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Marry Me 三嫁惹君心 Episode 21 Recap

As a witness, Ju Muer was taken to the Criminal Ministry for questioning. She asked the two soldiers about the presiding judge. The two soldiers did not buy it. After they could enter it, Ju Muer looked at the people in the hall. Yun Qingxian. Yun Qingxian is unavoidably disappointed when he sees Ju Mu’er treating him away and politely.

At the same time, Long Teng, Long Yue and others are restoring the death scene in the Li Fei Palace. They used a scarecrow with stones to simulate Li Fei’s corpse and compared the strings of the piano shops in the city one by one, but none of them The strings of Li Fei can bear the weight of Li Fei’s corpse. Just as everyone was helpless, Shu Bo took over the case strongly, claiming that the perpetrator was Ji Yan.

Long Yue and Ju Mu’er believed that it was no coincidence that all of this happened. They were worried that Ji Yan would be beaten into a move by Shu Bo. Fortunately, Long Teng won the right of Wu Jinwei’s assistant assistant, which made Shu Bo feel jealous and could not act arbitrarily. Ju Mu’er and Yun Qingxian were talking in the room. Yun Qingxian said that he would help Ju Mu’er find out the real culprit. Ju Mu’er felt a little shaken. Then Miss Ding came to deliver the snacks, Ju Muer saw that the two were so harmonious and got up and left. Yun Qingxian wanted to send them off, but when she saw Miss Ding was also there, she had to send them back.

Long Yue, who returned to the Long Mansion, was told by his subordinates that Ju Mu’er’s face was not very good, so she hurried to check her situation in the room. Ju Mu’er concluded that the murderers were all the same person, and Ji Yan had no reason for the murder, so she thought Go to find out the real murderer. Long Yue was worried and told her not to take risks anymore. Ju Muer blamed herself for the two Lifei and Ji Yan who were all caused by him. Long Yue hurriedly embraced Ju Muer to comfort her.

Later, when Long Teng and Long Yue discovered that ghosts were haunted twice, the ashes left by a certain spice in the palace appeared. At the same time, Ju Muer took the initiative to find Shu Ruochen and persuaded Shu Ruochen to take her into the palace again. The two came to the scene of the crime. Ju Muer carefully recalled the scene of the crime and inferred from the sound of the murder weapon. Therefore, it was determined that the murder strings were most likely to come from Kun Yueqin, which is unique to West Fujian.

While talking, there was a noise in the closet, and Ju Muer boldly opened the cabinet. It turned out that Long Yue pretended to be Wu Jinwei and sneaked in here to investigate. Ju Mu’er returned to the Long Mansion and was quite angry. Long Yue knew that he was wrong and should not hide Ju Mu’er’s actions, so he promised to never conceal anything in the future. Then the two exchanged clues they had found, and unexpectedly discovered that the same smell of spices appeared in Liuyifang, so they decided to find the owner Lin Yueyao.

Shu Ruochen, who returned to Shu Mansion, saw that Shu Ruochen was at home and couldn’t help but froze in place. Shu Bo asked Shu Ruochen and blamed Su Qing for the crime. Shu Ruochen had to admit that he was wrong, and then Shu Bo happily lifted Shu Ruochen up and gave Shu Ruochen up. For pure reasons, let her not contact outsiders. Shu Ruochen told Shu Bo about the clues that Ju Muer had found. After Shu Ruochen left, Concubine Shu Gui walked out from behind. The two conspired to deal with Ji Yan, but Ju Muer was their obstacle.

Long Yue found that the clue was related to Liuyifang, and went to visit with Ju Muer that night, and accidentally saw Lin Yueyao bathing. Lin Yueyao noticed that Ju Muer made a noise accidentally. The two ran away in a hurry. They found Kun Yueqin downstairs. They were about to take it away, but Lin Yueyao stopped them. Long Yue and Ju Muer fled to the street, but were stopped by several assassins. Fortunately, Yun Qingxian arrived in time to scare the assassins away. Ju Muer realized that something was wrong, and immediately returned to Liuyifang, only to find that people had already gone upstairs air.

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