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[Spoiler] "Goddess of Fire Jeongi" Jun Kwang-ryul kneels before Moon Geun-young

2013/10/01 Source

Jun Kwang-ryul knelt before Moon Geun-young.

On the twenty-sixth episode of the MBC drama "Goddess Of Fire Jeongi", Lee Kang-cheon (Jun Kwang-ryul) was scared out of his wits when Lee Yook-do (Park Gun-hyung) was charged with treason.

Lee Kang-cheon was shocked at the way Moon Geun-young avenged her father who was also charged with treason.

Like Lee Kang-cheon had deceived Yoo Eul-dam (Lee Jong-won) her father, to use an ingredient that the queen was allergic to, Jeongi had done the same thing to Lee Yook-do.

Lee Kang-cheon was furious and slapped Jeongi hard. He declared he won't just sit and watch but when he realized he didn't have a choice he was in despair. Queen Kim (Han Go-eun) ordered Lee Yook-do to be executed and everyone else who was bribed by Lee kang-cheon.

Lee Kang-cheon had found no way to save his son so he kneeled in front of Moon Geun-young for help.

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