There are a couple of things that weaken the drama. First is the complete storyline involving her father. It"s cliche and the entirety about their coincidental assembly screams insincerity. 2nd is how they handled Seung-nyang"s crossdressing this episode. She acts very dominant and masculine many of the time, but if faced with Ta-hwan asking her to undress him, she becomes squeamish. That isn"t the habit of a lady who as posed as a guy for maximum of her life. It was once purely done for romantic storyline applications and it become ridiculous.Aside from that, the remainder of the Yuan main avid gamers gave the impression similar to Ta-hwan"s step-motherBudashiri Khatun and his sickly more youthful brother Rinchinbal who is the present Emperor of Yuan. El Temur, Ta-hwan"s best opponent to the throne had a better role to play this episode. he's the only searching for Ta-hwan"s existence and who controls the Yuan court. All this history is slightly accurate, yet the tale is without a doubt dramatized adequate to transform semi-fictitious. this is either the attractiveness and the weakness of Korean drama. it will create a heart-wrenching tale in line with minimum historic accounts, but it too can take it too far. "Empress Qi" hasn"t yet done that.
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"Empress Qi" is directed by Han Heui and Lee Seong-joon, written by Jang Yeong-cheol and Jeong Kyeong-soon-I and contours Ha Ji-won, Joo Jin-mo, Ji Chang-wook and Baek Jin-hee.