Lim Joo-eun in “Empress Qi” as Kim Yeong-ho’s niece
Actor Lim Joo-eun is joining the MBC drama “Empress Qi”.
Lim Joo-eun stars as Bayan Khutugh, a real existing character in history.
She stars as the niece of Baek Ahn (Kim Yeong-ho) and forms a conflict with Ki Seung-nyang (Ha Ji-won).
She is the third evil woman in the drama following the death of Tanasili.
Lim Joo-eun recently starred in the SBS drama “The Heirs” as Hyeon-joo and created romance with Kim Won (Choi Jin-hyeok).
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