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[Spoiler] Kim Tae-hee falls off a horse and aborts baby

2013/05/21 | 699 views | Permalink | Source

Kim Tae-hee had a miscarriage.

On the fourteenth episode of the SBS drama "Jang Ok-jeong", Kim Tae-hee was so happy she had conceived a child.

Min Yoo-jeung and the Queen also knew this and plotted against her. A drug was fed to the horse that she was riding.

Jang Ok-jeong was on the way to the palace with In-hyeon (Hong Soo-hyun) and according to the palace law, In-hyeon got in a carriage and Jang Ok-jeong got on the horse.

The horse staggered as it had taken the drug and Jang Ok-jeong fell off the horse and fainted.

The doctor taking care of her said, "I am so sorry my Lady, you have...You must tell the Lord about this". Jang Ok-jeong refused.

She said, "Please tell me no. It's not real. Don't tell anyone. Don't. He would be so devastated as he wanted a baby so much. I want to bury this on my own. Keep your silence".

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