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[Spoiler] "The Great Seer" Lee Jin in solitary thanks to Oh Hyun-kyung

2012/11/01 | Permalink | Source

Lee Jin was shut in solitary thanks to Oh Hyun-kyung.

Yeong-ji (Lee Jin) made King Gong-min (Ryu Tae-joon) angry because of Soo Ryeon-gye (Oh Hyun-kyung).

Soo Ryeon-gye told King Gong-min that the documents Yeong-ji gave were fake. Yeong-ji was taken to the king and she begged for him to kill her.

However, the King couldn't stop being angry and told her that she would have to go through something even more and put her in solitary.

She asked for a favor and yelled not to trust Soo Ryeon-gye. She had tried to reveal the truth about the woman as she was in an affair with Lee In-im (Jo Min-ki).

However, Yeong-ji was shut up in solitary without having been able to complete her speech.

Meanwhile, Yeong-ji realized on the way to solitary that Ji Sang (Lee David) was her son.

Source : star.moneytoday.co.kr...

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