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[Spoiler] "The Great Seer" Lee Jin angers at the death of Choi Jae-woong and Lee David

2012/10/25 Source

Yeong-ji became pale.

SBS drama "The Great Seer" showed Yeong-ji (Lee Jin) angering because of Soo Ryeon-gye (Oh Hyun-kyung) and Lee In-im's (Jo Min-ki) cruelty.

Yeong-ji was shocked to see a golden ring on Jeong-geun's (No Young-hak) finger.

When she had to part with her baby Ji Sang (Lee David) when he was born, she had put her ring on his finger.

Yeong-ji asked, "How do you have this and where did you get it?" roughly and Jeong-geun confessed he found it in his father, Lee In-im's room.

Yeong-ji turned pale and went to find Lee In-im. She demanded, "Where is my child. I am asking about the boy who was wearing this ring".

However, Soo Ryeon-gye and Lee In-im answered without a blink of the eye, "The father and the son are both dead".

Yeong-ji became speechless and started shaking. She then gathered the energy to say, "Our marriage ends here. I am no longer Jeong-geun's mother". She announced the end of the relationship she maintained with Lee In-im for her son.

She then said to him, "I will not forgive you or the queen". She then gathered her stuff and left him.

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