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[Spoiler] "Jeong Do-jeon" Park Young-gyu points sword at Lee Deok-hee

2014/01/26 | 585 views | Permalink | Source

On the KBS 1TV drama "Jeong Do-jeon" on the 26th, Jeong Do-jeon (Cho Jae-hyun) was threatened by the district management for overstepping his area of exile.

They had favored him thinking he would come back. Choi Yeong (Seo In-suk) was ahead of Lee In-im (Park Young-gyu) in the race but Lee In-im wasn't a fool. He switched tables by sweet-talking King Woo (Jung Yoon-suk).

Lee Cheom (Sin Yong-gyoo) who appealed for Lee In-im's impeachment, was tortured. He made a fake confession from all the pain and Lee In-im was able to recover his reputation. Choi Yeong signed in his resignation since he couldn't do anything about it.

Lee In-im went to Empress Myeong-deok (Lee Deok-hee) and said, "I will now perform my duties to the country" and when he showed denial, he pointed a sword at her and said "I won't let you rule as queen if you refuse to let me".

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