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@samasta93 Let me try to answer some of your questions:
I think KJJ is indeed a step ahead of InJo. As for the deceased queen, I think InJo and all the three concubines were afraid of her.
Well. I think KJJ is doing well with YC. They are strategically linked together. And it is very moving when YC alld KJJ "Father".
#I don't understand those Joseon stubborn officials who kept emotionally intending to make Qing Dynasty angry...
I think the only analogy in western culture is religion. (It can not be reasoned.)
#In the ep. 4 ... the narrator mentioned something about Hwa Han Nyeo ...
I guess it is a later event that many Korean slaves moved back to Korea. Among the sold slaves, some were nobles in Korea, which made the system shattering.
And, I agree with you that they should have used a younger actor for Injo. Actually, Injo (born 1595) was only 42 in 1637.
# Her father was just a regular man blocked by the system. Futhermore. he was a winner in the system and tended to maintain it. I think YC hates the system
and her father is just a symbol for that. I dont think her father is all that bad, either.
Yes. InJo's deceased queen was the mother of his three sons. Well, Injo must loved and feared her ai the same time.
New pics, crown prince and crown princess
Yes I do agree. So far, the episodes were excellent. The actors and actresses are fantastic. :) Kudos to the production team of CPWOF. Looking forward for the next episodes.Anyone can give a link for the live streaming tomorrow? Thank you :P
Netizens have been buzzing about a scene in a recent episode of JTBC’s new drama, Cruel Palace: War of the Flowers. In the episode, Yam Jun (Kim Hyun Joo)
learns how to seduce men from a gisaeng, or Korean geisha. The gisaeng
takes Yam Jun out in the rain in a white hanbok and makes her stand
there. And then Yam Jun is told something kind of weird: “You have to
count every single raindrop wetting your body. Only then can you feel
the snake’s tongue licking your body.” Soon, her wet hanbok reveals the
silhouette of her body.
After this scene was aired, some netizens reacted
negatively. People commented that “it’s awkward to see such exposures in
every episode,” “there are many exposing scenes unnecessary to the
development of the story,” “it’s good to show the feminine side of
gisaeng…but this is too much.”
Do you think those netizens are overreacting, especially after the breastfeeding scene commotion, or are the scenes really too much for you?
I haven't watched any eps yet but if there is any bed scene, are they completely naked like in the movie 'A frozen flower'?
LHRCN said:preview*** Injo and Lady Jo are having fun and she started to throw up*I say she is pregnant, ahhhhhhhhhhhhhh**
....Is not loving because understanding,
but understanding because of love.....
To own something does not mean it is the beginning of losing it. Because even if you lose it, it had filled up that period of time. Life, even though at birth the person has already begun to move towards death, we will still leave something behind in this world...Cheer up! Only when gone, did I see the happiness I possessed
In Soon is pretty; Padam
Padam...The Sound of His and Her Heartbeats; Resurrection/
Winter The Wind Blows
@LHRCNmore likely NH's child, I guess..------I read from wikipedia, Lady Jo gave birth 3 children, two sons and a daughter.. InJo had 4 wives but produced only 7 children.. tsk tsk tsk.. very few production despite many supplies..
LHRCN said:@Agiethe drama is worth to watch, but you could do a marathon as well if its finished or watched the beautiful scenes, this drama has so many beautiful scenes which I like