It's only 6 episodes.I was thinking of watching it.
I too have watched a few of them, but I also equally has stopped watching a few, because they were too much. To be honest, I'm quite fuzzy about what I watch.I've watched two Korean shows (Misaeng and Solomon's Perjury) and enjoyed them both.
I have the same problem and I'm Finnish. It's just we don't know, because there hasn't been much of cultural or historical reference. You'll have to be a local or have some sort of relationship probably to get some of the nuances. Thing is, the medieval Chinese or ancient fantasy China is very different to their stuff and they have bigger relations with the Japanese than China, even though you'd believe it's the opposite.When I watch Korean tv, I wonder... how much of the cultural jokes, innuendoes, and messages am I missing because I'm an American?
Kingdom mixes zombie outbreak with political intrigue in winning comboWriter Kim Eun-Hee has said that he originally planned to adapt his webcomic into a "webtoon," where the crown prince would be much younger, but he seems pleased with how this fleshed-out, live-action drama turned out. The production values are stunning, bringing the historical period to life in rich detail, although doing so pushed the series well over budget and beyond the planned four-month production period. Each of the six episodes (there were originally supposed to be eight) cost roughly $1.78 million to make, according to Variety, and I think it was well worth the investment.
Plot-wise, it's a juggernaut, with plenty of sword-play, suspense, and hints of comic relief. Kingdom ends with one heck of a cliffhanger, but fortunately season 2 is already in the works, with production slated to begin next month. Hopefully we won't have to wait too long to find out what happens next.
What lover? Did I miss something? She was too busy cleaning up the effing mess left by her boss, that sharpshooter guy, and all those foolish power-mad Lords and officials!For a while she was leading them, as all the men were acting were acting goofy, especially her lover. I really hope she finds a way out from the Frozen Valley.
I agree, but in the Eastern drama's the role of a fool is often a great one. In other words, he has two choices, a) he can remain idiot and die as one, which might likely happen, when the opposition is mostly made from the fast moving dead people, b) he might use the conflict to resolve his cowardice and as he loved Seo-bi, he'll have to show unprecedented brewery. In his case, this might show as cowardice, and he might run before he fights, but if that'll keep them both alive, he's starting to redeem himself.(And he *is* an idiot and coward)
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