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[Spoiler] "Empress Qi" Lim Ju-eun's existence

2014/03/18 Source

Lim Ju-eun foresaw an intense conflict with Ha Ji-won.

She made a short but impressive appearance in the MBC drama "Empress Qi" on the 17th of March.

Bayan Hood (Lim Ju-eun) arrived at the palace as Ta Hwan's (Ji Chang-wook) next likely empress. Her charisma captured everyone's attention.

Ta Hwan and Baek Ahn's (Kim Young-ho) niece Bayan met for the first time. Bayan paid her respects to Ta Hwan and the Queen Mother (Kim Seo-hyung) was satisfied with the elegant and graceful candidate.

However, Ta Hwan who was thinking of choosing Ki Seung-nyang (Ha Ji-won) as his empress, said to Bayan coldly, "I am never choosing you as my empress so return to where you came from". Bayan then said, "You will choose me. I am happy that you are happy with me".

Her short but first appearance in the drama had a great effect. She was different from Tanasili (Baek Jin-hee).

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