Category Archives: Period

Historical, history based fictions

Flower in Prison: Kdramas have bad endings. Why? (spoilers)

It is actually 51 episodes and overall I enjoyed the drama but the ending sucks. I would have preferred to see Ok Nyeo live in the palace, as a princess, and married to Tae Won. She could still supervise the legal … Continue reading

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“Flower in Prison”: King Myeongjong, useless piece of shit

Watch free, Ep.50 recap and comments My comment: This drama really portrayed King Myeongjong in a very bad light. While his people were being killed and tortured, all he did was lie in bed, after having threatened to abdicate. He had … Continue reading

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Men with soft spots for pussies never accomplish anything big @Six Flying Dragons: Episode 46 recaps

Moo-hyul sits desolately in front of his friend’s memorial tablet, unable to keep from blaming himself for Young-kyu’s death—if he would’ve just taken the opportunity he had to kill Sa-kwang, none of this would’ve happened. Da-kyung also blames herself, since … Continue reading

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Betrayal: Never love a woman 100% #Six Flying Dragons: Episode 40 recaps

What Boon-yi did was a stab it the heart. That is why you cannot give your heart 100% to a woman. You must hold back so that you can discard them like used tools that have outlived their uses. She … Continue reading

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Wheehee! A good twist, reveal of Cheok Sa-Kwang #Six Flying Dragons: Episode 29 Recaps

I would like to see less fight scenes but Sa-Kwang’s was adequate. She quickly disposed of the two men who came to abduct the Prince while revealing to us who she really was. That was good! The drama should be … Continue reading

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1/2 way mark and yawn! #Six Flying Dragons: Episode 27 recap

The bit about the children who died of hunger in the caves were stupid. Anyone in their right mind would not have waited and left to find food. This drama is getting stale. What is needed is to inject intrigues … Continue reading

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DramaTalk: Mini-recap: The Great Seer Episode 4

OMG!!! Now we have a 23 year old Park Min-Ji playing the young Ban-ya who should be in the same age group as the others, Ji-sang, Jung-geun and Hae-in. It was around 1362, according to the drama’s timeline and these … Continue reading

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Crap casting! Improve on this, dudes #Mini-recap: The Great Seer Episode 3

“1363. Gaesung. Ji-sang (our young hero) grows up streetwise and clever.” According to this drama’s time Ji Sang would have been 10-11 years (born 1352/53) old but you have then18 years old David Lee (born 1964) paying a kid. Weird! … Continue reading

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The Great Seer: Episode 1 » Dramabeans Korean drama recaps

“But, we’ve still got Yi Seong-gye as an adult on screen…”. Yi Seong-gye was born in 1335 and that would make him 17 years old in this drama (as it was in 1352 that all these happened). He definitely did … Continue reading

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My darling, Yeon Hee (now an adult), reappears, finally #Six Flying Dragons: Episode 7 recaps

Spies and secret societies and revolutionaries, oh my! Poor Bang-won tries to gain admission into Jung Do-jeon’s adventure club, but even with all his wits and wiles, he can only get so far before running into ghosts from his past. … Continue reading

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