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[Spoiler] "Empress Qi" Lim Ju-eun gets dethroned

2014/04/14 Source

Evil Lim Ju-eun was dethroned.

On the forty-sixth episode of the MBC drama "Empress Qi", Bayan (Lim Ju-eun) was revealed of her evil deed to try and murder Ma-ha (Kim Jin-sung-I), the imperial prince.

Bayan had ordered Yeom Byeong-soo (Jung Woong-in) to murder Maha but Ki Seung-nyang found Bayan's ring dropped by Yeom Byeong-soo. She pulled out the ring in front of Ta Hwan (Ji Chang-wook) and the Queen Mother (Kim Seo-hyung) and said, "This is what the killer dropped".

Bayan explained, "Someone took my ring. It was you. You're trying to set me up". However, Dok-man's (Lee Won-jong) testimony turned out she was lying.

Bayan was dragged out of the palace as she yelled, "This is outrageous! Someone is trying to set me up!" She yelled at Baek An (Kim Young-ho) to save her but he ignored her.

Bayan was dethroned in front of Ki Seung-nyang and saw the last.

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