I’m not going to lie. I really don’t like this drama in the Korean version.
I love musical drama, but in here, the music seems to become exhausted because conflict is an integral part of the plot, it was overloaded to handle.
For the first few episodes, it was fun to watch, but then they failed the consistency to set back the settings of what a musical drama should be. The balance of melody has been turned off and the harmony vanished by adversities.
Only this drama showcase an enjoyable music list and fresh faces. Aside from that, nothing stands.
My boss is always reminding me to try fasting this month of Ramadan. Honestly, I haven’t tried ever since the world begun, and it’s almost a sacrifice for me that I couldn’t drink water from time to time or eat my meals at the right hour since we are refraining from eating and drinking in front of Muslim people and in public.
I got it when he explained to me the benefits of fasting, both physically and spiritually. I understand too that there were more than 200 car accidents occurred just for the first day of Ramadan. I noticed some people got sick while fasting, I have told them to take medicines, maybe they can excuse themselves for this matter, but they don’t, so I never insisted.
I respect their ways and belief, even there is always an inseparable conflict with our religions. If you want the world to be at peace, then start from where you are and who you are with. It may seem hard sometimes, but we must do it.
What I’m trying to say is let’s respect our “own” ways of shifting our attention away from the superficial needs by cleansing our soul and focusing on spiritual concerns.
This would be my first time to watch a drama with 50 episodes, such a long trip to Joseon Dynasty. Just in 2 episodes It’s already beautifully filmed, well-acted, and paced swiftly. Fighting!