[Spoiler & Photo] "The Great Seer" Lee Seung-yeon's younger role, Lee Jin.
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Lee Jin from "The Great Seer" made her first appearance as the younger role of Lee Seung-yeon and blasted off a ray of innocent beauty.
On the first episode of the SBS drama "The Great Seer" on the 10th, Lee Jin acted out the younger version of Ong-joo Yeong-ji (Le Seung-yeon).
Royal blood and cadet of Seo Woon-gwan, Yeong-ji wanted to follow fellow cadet Dong-ryun (Choi Jae-woong) to find the far Land of Palaces but couldn't. Yeong-ji was shocked at the fact that Dong-ryun who had gone off his way 10 years ago was alive when she thought he was dead.
Yeong-ji told him, "I haven't been well because the person I was waiting for didn't show. Show the King what you have found. That is the only way you'll live". Dong-ryun pretended to head for the Land of Palaces but planned to escape. Yeong-ji stuck with him and created a greater bond.
Yeong-ji is a tragic character who is an elegant dynastic lover but also a reckless one who doesn't hide her feelings for Dong-ryun. Later she gives birth to his son Ji Sang (Ji Seong and becomes the wife of Lee In-im (Jo Min-ki). Lee Jin acted out the younger version of Yeong-ji, innocent and tender.
Meanwhile, Lee In-im was ordered to kill Dong-ryun and Yeong-ji and find out the location of the Land of Palaces.