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  1. Ahhh so does the kid has 2versions (one in Corea and one in Korea) then? So the bumping into JTE is accidental and not plotted would you say? Hmm that would make it more diabolic then. Thanks for clearing up the minion's bookstore and farm.... I may have understood it wrong.....the whole Korea and Corea thing finally got my brain fried
  2. Hi, you're right....that yo-yo kid did stumble into and make JTE loose her badge. Looking at the two scenes, here is me connecting further dots in Lee Rim's web- Kid playing yo-yo in front of a bookstore-----Woman who looks like the Palace maid spy comes and goes into bookstore, side eyes the kid-----Lee Rim said that Salt farm henchman's doppelganger runs a bookstore in Korea----Lee Rim gets the King's whereabouts through a book in a bookstore------Yo-yo kid runs into JTE in Korea to make her loose badge----Lee Gon gets shoulder burns and crosses over to Korea. What do you guys think? Question- If the bookstore is in Korea where Lee Rim gets the messages, how does the maid spy from Corea get it there without the Flute to crossover? EDIT---- @scrawford thankfully cleared up the question for me....but I'll let it remain here in case it sparks some other good ideas
  3. And that I think solidifies @bebebisous33 theory of replacing people from one Korea to the other Corea and also Shin Jae's origin being in the empire. Thanks @Aleenaaa for that visual chart
  4. When Lee Rim was elaborating on the legend of the Flute and its powers at the very beginning of ep 1 (to JTE) I got the sense that it was not only the kingdom or being the king that he was after. I think he wants to be some kind of God or have ultimate power or that sort of thing. As hypothesized by some others here, that Lee Rim keeps painting the Temple probably for that very reason. Being the king of a country would really be mostly a figure-head without any real power, especially if you have a parliament, like they seem to have in Corea.
  5. yes Einstein's formula is e= mc2 (square)...but the e in this equation stands for energy, m stands for mass and c2 is the speed of light squared (or multiplied to itself). The "e" as in euler's number is a constant of mathematics just like you have pi (π) which is 22/7 or 3.14.... Actually thanks to you pointing out Einstein's formula and our King's love for him I came across some good explanations for the whole time travel....no aging...GPS tracking etc Read on if you want Einstein's equation E = mc2 shows that energy and mass are interchangeable. In physics, mass–energy equivalence is the principle that anything having mass has an equivalent amount of energy and vice versa, with these fundamental quantities directly relating to one another by Albert Einstein's famous formula. One of the most famous equations in mathematics comes from special relativity. The equation — E = mc2 — means "energy equals mass times the speed of light squared." It shows that energy (E) and mass (m) are interchangeable; they are different forms of the same thing. If mass is somehow totally converted into energy, it also shows how much energy would reside inside that mass: quite a lot. (This equation is one of the demonstrations for why an atomic bomb is so powerful, once its mass is converted to an explosion.) Another strange conclusion of Einstein's work comes from the realization that time moves relative to the observer. An object in motion experiences time dilation, meaning that time moves more slowly when one is moving, than when one is standing still. Therefore, a person moving ages more slowly than a person at rest. So yes, when astronaut Scott Kelly spent nearly a year aboard the International Space Station in 2015-16, his twin astronaut brother Mark Kelly aged a little faster than Scott. This becomes extremely apparent at speeds approaching the speed of light. Imagine a 15-year-old traveling at 99.5 percent the speed of light for five years (from the astronaut's perspective). When the 15-year-old gets back to Earth, according to NASA, he would be only 20 years old. His classmates, however, would be 65 years old. While this time dilation sounds very theoretical, it does have practical applications as well. If you have a Global Positioning Satellite (GPS) receiver in your car, the receiver attempts to find signals from at least three satellites to coordinate your position. The GPS satellites send out timed radio signals that the receiver listens to, triangulating (or more properly speaking, trilaterating) its position based on the travel time of the signals. The challenge is, the atomic clocks on the GPS are moving and would therefore run faster than atomic clocks on Earth, creating timing issues. So, engineers need to make the clocks on a GPS tick slower, according to Richard Pogge, an astronomer at Ohio State University. In his "Theory of Special Relativity" (e=mc2 one), Einstein showed that the speed of light within a vacuum is the same no matter the speed at which an observer travels. As a result, he found that space and time were interwoven into a single continuum known as space-time. Events that occur at the same time for one observer could occur at different times for another. Okay, I think that's enough Science I feel like more would result in JTE and all of you blanking out
  6. Thanks for that. A lot of us keep using 'e' in labs or in our works but honestly I had forgotten the value for it....no wonder it felt familiar. Now the question is why did Lee Gon think of 'e' for the period of time stopping. I hope that for nerds like me out there, he will actually explain that in some ep And for anyone else interested to know about "e" then here is a vid
  7. Hehe you're not the only one. He just has that devilish smirk to swoon over. Btw Lee Jung Jin was pretty popular sometime back. If you haven't watched it then I would recommend '9 end 2 outs' it was one of the original friends- to- lovers story. He had a great chemistry with Su Ae.
  8. I don't know about you all but I actually really liked ep 3 today. The story is finding its groove for me. After watching the second half of the ep today, I realized that LMH's screen time being limited in Korea is intentional. Lee Gon hasn't committed a crime, he has no pressing desperate goal here nor is he in any danger as of yet in Korea...so honestly Lee Gon taking up too much of the narrative in Korea to show fish-out-of-water scenes probably makes no sense in the context of this drama. What it does show me in counter-intuitive way is how much of an extra he is in Korea right now. This world has no need or room for him (unlike Corea where everything revolves around him). The world of the detectives go on as usual. Even so, it establishes the backstory of everyone a little bit in this world and it is going to be important going forward. Like a chingu said before, it might just be a subtly smart narrative plot and we are gonna miss a lot of clues if we don't pay attention, just because LMH is not on screen Lee Gon actually grew on me today much more than he had before. Now I am actually invested in him and his feelings rather than just admiring his visuals and superb carriage And kudos to his sharpness.....the "I should have"s got me. I am really looking forward to tomorrow.
  9. I sure know how you feel....have known for the past 11 years that I have been watching kdramas.....so yes its a huge deal to see LMH's drama in Top 10. I feel dramatic....like I have been waiting for this day to arrive forever
  10. Its #10 in NETFLIX INDIA....you have no idea how happy I am to see that...India is one market that Kdramas have yet to conquer....so being in Top10 is big @JC's Lingxi High five! just wrote the same thing heh
  11. His demeanor reminds me of Kim Bong Do of Queen In Hyun's Man in that they both accept time travel/ parallel universe as the logical and plausible explanation instead of it being something kooky and impossible. I also love how composed and just very stable he is in both the worlds. It was cleared in this ep 2. BTW hello everyone.....so happy to join you all. LMH is ruling the heart Here's hoping the drama will be awesome all round.