Yeoning is in a pivotal rolecorrect now, studyingthe interior workings of palace politics, the molasses-like speed of the political machine, and the level of his own power. That might exista super direction for this prove to take, especially if they arecreating a play with Dae-gil as a contender for the throne. Perhapshe's going to convey over Yeoning's identity so Yeoning can run off with Dam-seo. I am imagining the rest more believable than one guy amongst overwhelming vitality and foresight. The maximumimprobabletournament of the episode was oncethe reality that Man-geum becamecame upon to be alive and a pawn of In-jwa's. It isfunny how those coincidences stayconstruction up.
On a more somber note, Sukbin succumbed to her sickness and true to history, Yeoning is devastated and not able to honor her as he desires to on account of her "lowly" social status. Seo Jin-goo does a commendable activity of balancing his grief with his rage at In-jwa. When the king collapses at the finish of the episode, I trustit bemore than likely just a fainting spell since the king and Sukbin traditionally pass two years apart. If he isactually dead, well, then we will get the sickly crown prince at the throne and more of In-jwa - he and In-jwa are buddies.
In-jwa's characterization is what bothers me most. He is in part mad with his dreams of the long run and his delusions of grandeur. He is partially grounded ampleto turnworry for Dam-seo. I would actually liketo peer more balance in him.