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[Spoiler] "Empress Qi" Joo Jin-mo deeply thinks about Ha Ji-won

2013/11/05 | 1759 views | Permalink | Source

Joo Jin-mo felt something for Ha Ji-won.

On the fourth episode of the MBC drama "Empress Qi", Wang-yoo (Joo Jin-mo) made Gi Seung-nyang (Ha Ji-won) as a servant and found himself thinking about her.

Wang-yoo saw Seug-nyang with Ta-hwan (Ji Chang-wook), he felt jealous.

Gi Seung-nyang appeared in front of him just then asked if being with Ta-hwan made him mad. Wang-yoo replied, "I don't like him". However, she asked him charmingly if he trusted her. Wang-yoo was surprised by this response and smiled brighter. Wang-yoo raised his voice at her not to smile like that in a stern voice and woke up from his dream.

Wang-yoo's obsession for Gi Geung-nyang son became love for Wang-yoo.

Bang Sin-woo (Lee Moon-shik), his protector, read his mind and asked why he fell for a man.

Wang-yoo was slowly pushing away Bang Sin-woo out of the roon and asked if he had any work to do.

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