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[Drama 2019] Haechi, 해치

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Can anyone PM me a good livestreaming link?  I intend to livestream the final episode next week. Thanks!  :)

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Feel sympathy to Go Ara because of injured she can only just standing of their scene.. 

 

Anyone can give spoiler.. I hate to wait one day.. Its too long but when I watch it too shortly..seriously time its same right.. 

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Not gonna lie, I felt teary when ah-bong found his comrades and celebrated! My heart stopped for a moment when he thought jang-dal was dead. Phew! 

Heh, the queen dowager lowkey hooking up yi geum and yeo ji. 

And lol inspector joo- cowardly, but ultimately harmless. 

Anyways- Victory! 

Next week is the last week! Gonna miss this drama. 

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What happened to Milpoong? 

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Will he bring conflict next week? 

 

The love story of Dal Moon and Yoon Young is way more developed than the YeoYeo. To think they have much much lesser interaction and appearances. Maybe heartbreaking romance is always the most effective love story. 

 

Everything is calm again but we know Haechi never stays calm. So I want to know what surprise they have for us in the final week. 

 

AND thanks to pd and writer for letting

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Ahbong and Jangdal live. Also Dal Moon's underlings. Hope the ending stays happy like this. 

 

The story of rebellion is the highlight of PMS in history so I don't think Go Ara's role has changed because of her injury. KY is supposed to be in the palace since he is now the king, and the battle is really the task for PMS, based in history. So, YJ is also supposed to be in the palace because our king needs someone who can calm him by his side while the battle (where his friends are involved) is ongoing.

 

One more week to go, chingus. Thanks for all your posts here!

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Yoon Young will die in the end, as she never wanted to be protected by Dal Mon. So next week, we will witness Mil Pong's final fall.  

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One hour before episode 43 and 44..excited to look war between them.. Yeah my handsome king wait for me.. 

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I don't know why but I have a feeling that YJ will die in front of our King. Perhaps Prince Milpoong kills her? My wild guess... but ...

 

Only 2 eps left. And this drama has me as its big fan. Love everything of it, included every short but touching moment of my YeoYeo couple. I'm surprised that I'm quite pleased with their warm hug, their stares in tears. And I consider what our King says to YJ about Dalmoon's feeling "just like my feeling toward you" is his official love confession.

 

So sad. Just 1 week to wait in eagerness. And then normal Monday will be back again. Sigh...

 

Happy to be here with all of you chingus :)

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So I just finished episode 22 (43-44).   I thought this drama couldn't get any better.  Since the second half of the drama started, it has been a rollercoaster ride for me.  The intensity just keeps building up.  It's so hard to choose a favorite scene because everything in this episode (as with the last few ones) are just so good.  Yet I especially love those scenes between King Yeongjo and his two highest officials, Minister Min and Chief Justice Jo.  These two men who have always been his staunchest and most vocal adversaries, who used to insult him to his face even as crown prince, now looks at him with admiration, respect and awe. I felt like crying every time King Yeongjo overcame a challenge and they would look at him with a mixture of disbelief and respect.  It's as if they now find that they are humbled when Yeongjo proves them wrong and shows himself as worthy to be king.  Their king.  

 

I realize now that what makes Yeongjo different is that he is a leader who listens.  He doesn't take offense easily, because he is humble and always tries to understand where the other party is coming from and why they think the way they do.  He doesn't force his will on them, but he isn't beyond commanding or bypassing them altogether when necessary.  And he speaks from his heart and isn't afraid to be among his people, as what he showed at the height of the plague scare, and when he spoke to his army.  Every time he made a speech, I felt like crying with pride, and whenever the faces of Minister Min and Chief Justice Jo, and everyone who knows Yeongjo were shown, you could see that that was exactly how they felt.  

 

@oceluna  I've always had that nagging feeling that the loss of Yeo Ji will be the one personal tragedy that Yeongjo will experience in the midst of his triumphs as king.  He has won over his political opponents.  He has earned the loyalty and respect of his subjects.  His friends and allies somehow survived the battles.  But we all know that somehow, somewhere, something's got to give.  

 

Between Yeongjo and Yeo Ji, there's always been that notion that what they have is fleeting.  And the words that Yeo Ji's always said to him, of her promise to stay by his side to protect him always and that she would rather be the one hurt than to have him hurt...I have a feeling she will make good on that somehow.  Yeo Ji's way of showing her love for Yeongjo is through her skill, her reliability and her effectiveness. 

 

Judging from the way it has been going since it started its second half, I'm sure this drama will give me an emotional high, then break my heart with Yeongjo and Yeo Ji in the end. :(    

 

 

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Yeah my feeling its empty.. I feel happy crazy and sometimes lost when know this drama will be end next week.. 

 

I just crying when people especially the minster can accept and approve the leader of king.. Its not only the politics. Its love make all these happen. I also remember what the father of king wish tell about you to world.. Its give its motivation we need the power to give better life nowadays in society. 

 

The king be confident and know what to do next.. Its shows minster can accept the king and cannot decide what will the king do.. How change happen when we follow in episode 1 until now.. Its shows improvement all character and sometimes I also sympaty to Milpoong also.He just naive and bad situation make him as like now..

 

Just 4 episode only.. 

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@oceluna @akhenaten , oh dear, i share the same fear. After episode 44, i was thinking maybe Lee Tan will make a last effort to kill  the King and YJ will die saving him. :blink:  Hope i was just over-thinking and that they will live happily every after 

 

in Ep 43, it was so refreshing to see the King's smiling and happy contented face when YJ was helping him with his robe. Otherwise in this series, he was frowning, crying, worried etc most of the time

 

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@hahanzyy if Yeongjo and Yeo Ji end up living happily ever after,  then it would be a nice surprise. But I doubt it will go that way because it wouldn't be historically accurate unless her character is based on one of Yeongjo's consorts in real life. There is the option of a separation,  where Yeo Ji leaves the palace, for the reason that they can't be together,  but that won't tie in to her character and her promise to stay by Yeongjo's side always. And I don't think Yeongjo would allow her to leave him anymore. 

 

I'm such a pessimist with this couple but I don't really see it ending any other way. And of course,  there are those two songs in the soundtrack that speak of a tragic love. I doubt they were referring to Dal Moon and Yoon Young. :(

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I've been caught with work but I've been catching up! Like many, I was so happy that the writers allowed Ah-Bong, Jong-dal, and Dal Moon to live as well as the storyteller and the other younger fellow. I was so afraid that Jong-dal was going to die when Ah-Bong was searching for him. The only thing I don't understand is how did Park Mun-su get all of that power in the first place? I understand that he was a high ranking official and in the drama, he's portrayed as the king's right hand man and brother, but it doesn't explain the power dynamic. I'm not complaining, I felt compelled to scream whenever he was hyped about winning the battle at Anseong. I enjoyed seeing those enemies getting what they deserved... Poor people being recruited though...

 

The Queen Dowager secretly wants to get King Yeongjo and YeoJi together... That eunuch was definitely in the plan too! I was so in for it. Yoon Young is a poor woman; Dal Moon desperately wants to protect her and she keeps running back to Mil Poong for protection that she cannot receive. I know that she wants to become Queen, but I think it's obvious that he isn't going to get power. 

 

I think through the episode, we can also see that the Norons are slowly stepping aside to let the King rule. MJH is constantly shocked and surprised by the King's wise decisions, and ends up trusting him along with the Sorons. The two political parties that were absolutely divisive in the beginning really came together to get the Namins under control and the rebellion to stop. This sort of reiterates that concept of "country before politics," and that truly reflected here which I loved. I can't to see what next week brings. I'm conflicted that I want to see the ending, but I also don't want it to end. Does anyone feel that it's actually okay if they don't put the King and YeoJi together at this point? There have been numerous subtle hints but I think I'm coming to accept it. 

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I just realized that Yeo Ji had another ominous line when she was helping Yeongjo with his armor.  She said "I will finish my job until the very end". Although she followed through with how he never seems to finish what he started,  I still felt like this line wasn't just put in there in reference to how Yeongjo acts around her. 

 

Btw,  why was Yeongjo wearing his crown prince robes when he met with Dal Moon about Yoon Young? 

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7 hours ago, akhenaten said:

 

I'm such a pessimist with this couple but I don't really see it ending any other way. And of course,  there are those two songs in the soundtrack that speak of a tragic love. I doubt they were referring to Dal Moon and Yoon Young. :(

 

after his conversation with DM, the king told YJ that she is that one person he wishes to protect no matter what. If the show were to kill off YJ, that will be so cruel to him  :bawling:

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If YJ is killed for the finale.. Its climax for the king who cannot have everything in life.. Have weakness although he can can be accepted everyone.. 

 

If YJ is survived also she will be continue to support the king until the end.. So far we dont know not yet.. 

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Whew, still have lots of catching to do 12-2.gif. But, I just wanna say, I hope YJ doesn't die, (and I still believe she won't). Everyone has survived (yet) so far, so does killing YJ in the end be worth it? If she were, I would have preferred her die in the battle, despite YN's plead not to. And yet all of the supporting characters even survived. Since from the beginning, no one died without any reason thus far. His father, his two brothers' death are inevitable because it paved the way for YN to sit on the throne. And there was not any death punishments given to those who attempted to do something against the former king (YN's brother) that was shown, some may have died but only those insignificant ones. Idk if this is what actually goes in the history, however I am only merely basing it on the events taking place in the drama.

This is a remake, so I don't mind if the writer actually let everyone, (at least YN's group), survive until the end, including Yeoji. Just her being YN's side is already enough for him that he wouldn't ask for anything more than that. Even if YJ is fictional, it won't necessarily mean she has to die. I mean, "cruel" isn't even enough to describe that for Yeoning if she does, because she's one of the reasons he's still standing firm despite all of the plots or rebellions against him, or the problems/troubles piling up like there's no end, not to mention the loneliness of sitting in the throne brings forth. I mean, haven't he had enough deaths he'd gone through already? Can he just have the love of his life alive and safe? That they may not actually end up together, but that their presence to each other brings warmth and courage to live? That just a glimpse of each other in the palace is just more than enough?

Their love is already as heartbreaking as it is, so I hope a death wouldn't just be the end of it. I mean, I don't even see the point 19-12.gif 

Anyways, that is just my personal opinion, so :). Wishing that it'll all end well next week! funnygifsbox.com_2016-06-24_19-36-33.gif 

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Its funny when we want to go finale we dont know what will happen to Yj because others characters are alive.. 

 

Why Im thinking we still have a lot episodes.. Just hope the finale will give smile in the end.. I want more succes to king actually. 

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@lightbringer06  I share the same view that it is pointless to let YJ die. Their love is already heartbreaking enough. Let's have the fictional YJ remains in the palace to be his moral and emotional support as he must overcome many more obstacles and problems during his reign. 

 

I have enjoyed Haechi so much and love the many touching moments of the king with his various officials, friends and people. It is heartwarming to find that his determination and humanity won over Minister Min and Chief Justice Jo.

 

On a personal basis, I just love his scenes with YJ. I am glad that he hugged her and pleaded with her not to go to war but to stay by this side. His happy moment when she helped him with his robe. And, his love confession to her! Yes!!

 

I have enjoyed reading the some many varied views and lovely photos/clips in this thread. Thank you friends. 

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