Main diet of kdramas with movies and kpop on the side. And so I found it fitting that at the very end of his life, Seolhwa is there too, to send him off with tears, a smile and a song. How cute is that, that reel got real?? But they were fiercely determined not to be separated. I found their simple love story, cut short too soon, completly heartwrenching and tragic. Then he runs away and takes Un Nyun with him. OMG thank you for this!
Why did a man and woman who loved each other get torn asunder, leading to so much pain for both of them? And General Choi, squirming uncomfortably from all the attention? Chuno was really gruond-breaking. Tae Ha wants to protect him and Chul Woong wants to kill him! Dae-gil has a tendency to act different they he feels. She was shining at the sight of him, it was very gentle but absolutely sweet. It dramatizes the impossibility of a truly human life in slavery, and the evil repercussions it has throughout society, not just among the slaves, but among the nobles and other free classes, as well.
Finally I saw it, thank you!! She accepts the sacrifice and the burden that goes with it. She is also truly tragic.
My heart’s shattered – Review of the Epic Drama Chuno
Please let me know how best to send you the write-up. Loved and hated this movie.
I really really want to see how they will reunite. The scene is beautiful but too sad.
Delicious, hawt, sexay Jang Hyuk. It was such an awesome episode – it has been a while since I was so obsessed with a dramaveans.
Yet, she continues to set her eyes and her heart on him, and her earnestness is poignantly touching. It felt like he was just. How interesting that he was the one narrating at the beginning and the end. So just take it as it comes. I also love the scene when Wang-Son finds out that Dae-gil has taken the money he has been putting away for them to buy them each a house and land.
One thing to keep in mind, is that the cinematography is stylized, and quite majorly so. And where did those principles originate?
Chun Ji Ho proves that he is too stupid to live. At one point Dae Gil catches sight of her from behind, as she and Tae Ha are riding away on horseback. As he is running away with his guys, Tae Ha picks up a sword and throws it from 3 point distancecutting Dae Gil’s rope.
In Joseon society more commoners have been demoted to the slave class leading to an increase in slaves trying to escape their terrible lives. Some of the soldiers come to Chulwong and ask him which way Song Tae Ha went, and Chulwong tells them to forget about it. And we soon discover the shocking truth: I found it fitting, that the show chose to close on the idea that belonging, is completely different from possession. Their happiness would not have been broken up, and Eop Bok would not have committed a murder.
My heart’s shattered – Review of the Epic Drama Chuno – kdramadreamer
I thought the knife throwing incident was very uncharacteristic of Dae Gil though. TH is a bit of a sleepy head! I don’t think the old guy liked the epksode minister, I think they hated each other.
He was like a zombie at times. D I hope they have some babies too! I was really getting enough of DG’s hair hanging all over his face, I welcome the new improvement. Rumours suggest his own father, Epusode Injo had something to do with it.
I’m pretty blown away, by that tidbit of info, that JH filmed the flashback scenes in the midst of other dramaabeans. I have the feeling she would eventually find her way back to Choi and Wang Son and live with them. For most of the show, we see and experience Commander Hwang as a lean, mean, evil killing machine.
It dramatizes the impossibility of a truly human life in slavery, and the evil repercussions it has throughout society, not just among the slaves, but among the nobles and other free classes, as well.
I feel very emotionally connected to this drama. Plus, he thinks he is only killing opressors, he doesn’t know he is being manipulated. And who initially made that possible? I love her to pieces.