Episode #1.21 

In 1453 Prince Su-Yang kills Kim Jong-Seo to eventually become the 7th king of the Joseon Dynasty. One year before the coup, Kim Jong-Seo is the most powerful liege and the most trusted by ... See full summary »

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Episode credited cast:
Chae-Won Moon ... Lee Se Ryung
Shi-hoo Park ... Kim Seung Yoo
Jong-ho Song Jong-ho Song ... Shin Myun
Soo-Hyun Hong ... Princess Kyung Hye
Soon-jae Lee ... Kim Jong Seo (as Lee Soon-jae)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
So Young Choo So Young Choo ... Cho Hee
Hyo-Seob Eom Hyo-Seob Eom ... Lee Gae
Ik-tae Kim Ik-tae Kim ... Jo Geuk Gwan
Roe-ha Kim ... Jo Suk Joo
Yeong-cheol Kim ... Prince Suyang (later King Sejo)
Hyun-Sang Kwon Hyun-Sang Kwon ... Lee Soong
Tae-won Kwon Tae-won Kwon ... Min Shin
Dae-yeon Lee Dae-yeon Lee ... Kwon Ram
El Lee ... Mae Hyang
Hee-do Lee Hee-do Lee ... Han Myung Hwa
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In 1453 Prince Su-Yang kills Kim Jong-Seo to eventually become the 7th king of the Joseon Dynasty. One year before the coup, Kim Jong-Seo is the most powerful liege and the most trusted by King Moon-Jong. King Moon-Jong becomes sick and his brother Su-Yang plots to take the king's throne. King Moon-Jong to ward off his brother, joins forces with Kim Jong-Seo to protect the next king, Prince Dan-Jon. Kim Seung-Yoo is Kim Jong-Seo's youngest son. He is smart, good looking and the son of one of the most powerful families in the country. Seung-Yoo likes to drink alcohol with his close friends. In the palace, Kim Seung-Yoo becomes a teacher for Princess Kyung-Hye. Lee Se-Ryung is the eldest daughter of Prince Su-Yang. She hears talks of an impending arranged marriage for herself with Kim Seung-Yoo and becomes curious about her possible future husband. Se-Ryung pretends to be the Princess Kyung-Hye and takes a class in her place. That is a secret between Se-Ryung and Princess Kyung-Hye. ...

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28 September 2011 (South Korea) See more »

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