Maharani [Empress Ki] Season 1 Complete Hindi [Dual Audio] Web-DL 1080p 720p & 480p HD Free


Maharani [Empress Ki] Season 1 Complete Hindi [Dual Audio]
 Maharani [Empress Ki] Season 1 Complete Hindi [Dual Audio]

Full Name: Empress Ki (Maharani)

Korean Name: Ki Hwanghoo (Original title)
Season: 1
Episodes: 1-51
Language: Hindi
Release Year: 2013
Size: 500MB (Each Episode)
Quality: 720p HDRip
Format: Mkv


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Series Info: 
Full Name: Empress Ki (Maharani)
Korean Name: Ki Hwanghoo (original title)
Season: 1
Episodes: 1-51
Language: Hindi
Release Year: 2013
Size: 500MB-600MB (Each Episode)
Quality: 720p Bluray
Format: Mkv

A Korean-born warrior girl had to be a servant at the Mongol Yuan court but somehow overcame her low status to become an empress in another land.

The story of the woman depicts her struggles to become Empress and to protect her love.


Sung Nyang was born a girl but now pretends to be a boy to avoid becoming a palace maidservant. To get revenge on her enemies, she hides her true identity but gets caught up in a Yuan Dynasty conspiracy while watching over the Yuan crown prince To Gon, who was exiled to Koryo. Through a series of twists and turns, she saves To Gon, but her secret about being a woman is discovered, and she is forced to become a royal maidservant. To Gon was the rightful heir to the throne, which was stolen from him by his half-brother, who then exiled him to Koryo. To avoid being murdered, he plays dumb, but he has a fierce rage and sadness within him. He eventually returns to Yuan and becomes Emperor, and with the help of Sung Nyang, a royal maidservant, he becomes a dignified king and fights against those who are a threat to him.

The early working title was Hwatu (Korean: 화투; lit. "Battle of Flowers") but the title was changed to prevent confusion with the similarly named playing cards


"Empress Ki" takes over the MBC Mondays & Tuesdays 21:55 time slot previously occupied by "Jung-Yi, The Goddess of Fire" and followed by "Triangle" May 2014.
Early Korean working title was "Hwatu" (literally "flower cards").
The first script reading took place on September 13 and September 14 at MBC Dream Centre in Ilsan, South Korea. Each session took about 4 hours.
Filming moves to Hengdian World Studios, located in Hengdian, China, from October 12-23, 2013.
Ep. 19 & 20 of "Empress Ki" originally scheduled to air December 30th and 31st did not air due to award shows and special programming. Ep.19 & 20 will air during the first week of January 2014.
Ep.29 airs at 22:15 instead of 22:00 because of Winter Olympics. In addition, Ep.30 will not air on February 11, 2014, and instead air on February 17, 2014.


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A very well-written script, a greatly acted drama, and amazing scores. I did not watch many Korean series but this is the best I have seen to date. Thanks for all the hearted work. Warmest regards from Turkey. Love you Korea.✨🇰🇷🍀💐
  1. Kim Ji-han - Tal Tal (Togon)
  2. Kim Seo-hyung - Empress Dowager Hwang (Budashiri)
  3. Jeon Gook-hwan - Yeon-chul (El Temür)
  4. Kim Jung-hyun - Tang Ki-se (Tangqishi)
  5. Cha Do-jin - Ta La-hae
  6. Kim Young-ho - Baek-ahn (Bayan)
  7. Lee Jae-yong - Wang Go
  8. Kim Myung-gook - Jang Soon-yong
  9. Lee Won-jong - Dok-man
  10. Lee Moon-sik - Bang Shin-woo
  11. Yoon Yong-hyun - Jeom-bak
  12. Jung Woong-in - Yeom Byung-soo
  13. Choi Moo-sung - Park Bul-hwa (Bak Bulhwa)
  14. Kwon Oh-joong - Choi Moo-song
  15. Kim Hyung-bum - Jo-cham
  16. Song Kyung-chul - Jeok-ho / Mak-saeng
  17. Jeon Se Hyun - Toghon Temür's concubine
  18. Yoon A-jung - Yeon-hwa
  19. Lee Ji-hyun - Hong-dan
  20. Jo Jae-yoon - Golta
  21. Yoo In-young - Yeon Bi-soo / Batoru
  22. Seo Yi-sook - Court lady Seo
  23. Cha Kwang-soo - Go Yong-bo
  24. Park Ha-na - Woo-hee
  25. Kim Mu-young - Na-moo
  26. Kim Jin-sung - Prince Maha
  27. Sul Wo Hyung - young Prince Maha
  28. Kim Jin-woo - Biligtü Khan
  29. Lee Shi-woo - young Biligtü Khan
  30. Jo Woo-jin as Wang Go's soldier
The series attained high ratings during its run, ranking first in its timeslot with a peak viewership rating of 33.9 percent.[4][5] According to a report by Taiwan's drama channel ETTV, the series was ranked as the best foreign program for 2014 with a 5.35% viewership rating, becoming the second Korean drama after Jewel in the Palace (2003) to do so.[6] It also received positive reviews for its strong acting skills, gripping background, and elaborate scenes.[7]

Despite its popularity, the series was criticized for its inclusion of fictional elements regarding the characters and storyline. Much concern was raised over the series' depiction of the titular Empress Ki, who was portrayed as a brave warrior in the series. Historians were worried that the audience would overlook the fact that the real-life Empress Ki was responsible for attacking her native land

Release date
October 28, 2013 (South Korea)
Country of origin
South Korea
Official site
Official site (South Korea)
Also known as
Qi Empress
Production company
Roc Pictures


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