The table gets turned around and it’s the time for the deceived to deceive the real culprit. Making the fake culprit one of their hands, would the real one gets carried away with the lie and falls into the trap? Only time could tell, mixed with how cautious the fake one and how sharp is the real one.
I always love the hero of a story, especially when he’s able to say something that people can’t object to. However, this time, I find it more interesting to have someone being able to challenge our hero’s perspective and slowly, he is accepting the fact that the thing the other person says makes sense. A hero that is doing the right thing is good, but one that admits his wrong is a tad cooler.
From a court lady to a princess. Shin Se-Kyung steps out of her colorful hanbok for a while to be the new ice princess for CeCi magazine, December 2011 edition. This 21 year-old actress is currently starring in the drama Tree with Deep Roots, bringing alive the character of So-Yi.
The drama just gets better with each episode. The new episode would always be better than the previous, and it’s hard to choose my favourite. If they are being judged from the ability of making the viewers cry, I would say that this is the episode that can make me shed my tears almost effortlessly. Congratulations for being the most touching episode so far, episode 14.
Secrets are known, and the rival gains another plus point for themselves. Not from me, obviously, because I’m always rooting the good side. Suddenly, my hate for the Mil-Bon people just increases, as I don’t even understand what is their real intention behind all these things. If Jeong Ki-Joon is aiming to make noblemen the masters of Joseon, why did he killed (through Pyeong) all those scholars? Weren’t them the noblemen too? Now, that’s so irrational for me. Now I’ll just go and look at my amazing Moo Hyul. Hum.