The King Of Tears, Lee Bang Won Episode 13 is coming soon, bringing another dispute in father and son. The recent episode has turned the whole table with Queen Kang going out of the picture. However, even without her presence, the fight between King Taejo and Lee Bang Won doesn’t seem to settle. First of all, it’s Queen Kang’s plot to send Lee Bong Won as an envoy to Ming. After all, sending a prince as envoy to Ming is almost like indirectly walking down the death path. Despite knowing this, Lee Bang Won goes to Ming since it is King Taejo’s royal decree and not favor as his father.
Secondly, this death trip of six months changes everything about Lee Bang Won and his surrounding. Many things happen while Lee Bang Won stays in Ming. The crown princess, Lee Bang Seok’s wife, is found having an affair with a eunuch. At the same time, Queen Kang’s health begins to deteriorate, and she discovers that she doesn’t have more than six months to live. Swallowing down the bitter taste of her karma, Queen Kang begs Sambong to look after her son, Crown Prince Lee Bang Seok.
Lastly, we see Lee Bang Won return after completing his task. Around the same time, Queen Kang’s body completely gives up, and she falls sick spending her last moments with King Taejo. She requests an audience with his son, but instead, Lee Bang Won enters her chamber, where she threatens him and even strangles him. However, this scene King Taejo witnesses! After watching such a shocking scene, how will the father-son relationship turn in The King Of Tears, Lee Bang Won Episode 13?
What To Expect In Ep 13 Of The King Of Tears, Lee Bang Won?
The preview of The King Of Tears, Lee Bang Won Episode 13 is out, which will leave you in goosebumps. Therefore, fans should get ready for exciting parts since majors twists are coming our way! First of all, it seems Queen Kang’s story will conclude in the upcoming episode. However, her non-presence will still create an unbreakable wall between Lee Bang Won and his father. Secondly, Sambong will continue his teaching and properly guides the current crown prince, Lee Bang Seok. It seems he has already accepted the fate that Queen Kang and he are in the same boat.
Meanwhile, Lee Bang Won’s wife, Crown Princess Min (Lady Min), will encourage him to find courage. She will advise him to make a move since their time has come. However, Lee Bang Won may hesitate initially, knowing many people will have to die for the future he needs to build. Then again, conspiring against the royals is not only Lee Bang Won’s team doing but also his brothers. His third brother, Lee Bang Ui, and his fourth brother, Lee Bang Gan, will also step up their games. Lastly, the highlight of the preview is the conflict between King Taejo and Lee Bang Won. Falling into Queen Kang’s trap, King Taejo will take out his sword to kill his only son. But will he really be able to kill his once-favorite son? Find out how this tragedy ends in The King Of Tears, Lee Bang Won Episode 13!
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The King Of Tears, Lee Bang Won Episode 13 Release Date
The King Of Tears, Lee Bang Won Episode 13 will be released on 5 February 2022 at 9.40 pm KST on the KBS1 channel. The historical tale of Lee Bang Won has taken an interesting turn in the latest episodes. It reveals that the constant disputes and wrath have changed King Taejo and Lee Bang Won’s relationship for the worst. It seems there is no turning point at this moment. So, where will this tragedy lead father and son in the end? To know more, watch every new episode of The King Of Tears, Lee Bang Won every Saturday and Sunday. All episodes air for 50 minutes.
Watch The King Of Tears, Lee Bang Won Korean Drama Ep 13 Online- Streaming Details
The kdrama is broadcasting on the KBS1 network at 9.40 pm KST. After broadcasting, it will be available on Wavve for South Korean viewers only. In other nations, the episode will be out on the same day at 6.10 pm in India, 11.40 pm in Australia, 7.40 am in the USA, and 12.40 pm in the UK. For international viewers, The King Of Tears, Lee Bang Won is streaming on Kocowa and Rakuten Viki with English Subtitles.