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1 hour ago, CarolynH said:

 

I couldn't find a clip of my favorite scene from ep 4, after the funeral of ??? LG is traumatized having to wear a necktie.  I'm getting a lot of good idea for favorite scenes and lines during the rewatch.  What was your favorite scenes from ep 3 and 4?



I would have a few, especially those scenic bamboo forest scenes with the rustling leaves , wind blowing but the one that makes me laughed a lot is his return scene from the present world to his kingdom - the scene which Head Court Lady Noh kept saying Oh My Head, Oh My Heart, upon discovering his jacket off those the diamond buttons and Captain JY glaring at Lee Gon the same time.

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21 hours ago, CarolynH said:

Today, my watch party chingus and I watched Lee Gon discussing math with JTE.

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I couldn't find a clip of my favorite scene from ep 4, after the funeral of ??? LG is traumatized having to wear a necktie.  I'm getting a lot of good idea for favorite scenes and lines during the rewatch.  What was your favorite scenes from ep 3 and 4?

Most favorite scene on eps 3 for me was the poem reading on the ending. Lady Nohs voice, the content of the poems, the cinematography in front of jte house and in bamboo forest were all amazing. 
 

eps 4, i have many. 1. definitely the one when we got a flashback of jte and Gon talking in the forest. Nice script there. 2. Library scene where Gon and jte at the same place but different world with Maze as a backsound 3. time stops in the kingdom 4. I love ksj lol so i like the scene where he let the police took his mother after gambling 

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you mean this part, @CarolynH:)

 

I liked his elegant and effortless fight scene in epi 3. I also like the visuals when there are time stops. Very nice cinematography!

 

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13 minutes ago, syntyche said:

 

you mean this part, @CarolynH:)

 

I liked his elegant and effortless fight scene in epi 3. I also like the visuals when there are time stops. Very nice cinematography!

 


You do very beautiful gif @syntyche  Thank you :1646639759_ezgif.com-gif-maker(1):

I love that fighting scene too - with one hand initially, whipping them off, as you said, effortlessly.  

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I loved the fight scene with one hand using his flute whip. So swashbuckling

When time stopped the first time and he looked at JTE

When Lady Noh lamented the loss of those diamonds

When he removed his necktie as he felt suffocated

The scene at the library. Sweet and hilarious scenes.

When he was hurt because JTE did not think to share her ice cream with him.

Had a great time with the re-watch.

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10 Korean dramas with the highest production costs

 

Many Korean dramas require a high budget for production. Action / action dramas, fantasy dramas, and historical dramas often require more budget for special effects. Some production teams even make films outside of Korea. Of course, the selection of actors is also an important part.

The production of a K-Drama is considered a big budget if it hits the 10 billion won mark. But lately a growing number of dramas have surpassed that figure.

Not only Korean films invest in production costs , but also K-Dramas. The following is a list of Korean dramas with the highest production costs as quoted from Kpopmap:

 

 "The King: Eternal Monarch" - Estimated Cost: 30 billion won

"The King: Eternal Monarch" (2020) is a drama starring Lee Min Ho and Kim Go Eun. The drama uses a lot of special effects for action scenes and fantasy elements. The production team also spent a lot of money on imaginary sets and cities.

 

https://yoursay.suara.com/lifestyle/2021/04/27/122910/10-drama-korea-dengan-biaya-produksi-tertinggi-salah-satunya-vagabond

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Charismatic and noble, these 4 Korean actors have successfully played kings.

 

Sukhum Ela Vahyuningram - KoreaBanget.com
04/27/2021 - 13:30

 

In every film or drama, an actor or actress certainly has a role to play. It depends on the casting and production of the director. Now, to practice acting, actors or actresses usually challenge themselves by playing different roles. In South Korea, an actor who needs to try is to become a king. Because South Korea has also been synonymous with kingdoms in the past.

Well, several Korean actors have successfully played the roles of kings. Who are they? Curious?

 

Lee Min Ho

 

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Lee Min Ho in The King: Eternal Monarch. Photo sbsdrama.official

 

Lee Min Ho is a legendary actor from South Korea. He has starred in many roles. The role of King adds to his acting skills. He became a handsome and charismatic king in the drama The King: Eternal Monarch. In the drama, he played the role of a king named King Li Gong ...

 

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https://koreabanget.hops.id/berkarisma-dan-ningrat-4-aktor-korea-ini-sukses-berperan-sebagai-raja/

 

Thoroughly Selected by Korean Drama Critics! 11 Korean Dramas You Can Fall In Love With


Watch a Korean drama that Kyun doesn't stop 

 

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2021.04.28

 

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The excitement that entertainment gives us is irreplaceable. Yuko Shibamoto, a Korean drama critic who has been fascinated by Korean culture for 20 years and watches over 50 Korean dramas a year, will present Korean dramas filled with love ...

 

З from 13

 

Legend of the blue sea

 

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 A fantasy love story about a fatal love between a handsome con man and a mermaid who have met over time. “It's also a masterpiece where you can enjoy fashion with actress Jung Ji Hyun. Tsundere, Kyung Kyun and cry! All are packed. "

Now available on Netflix, U-NEXT, and more.

 

8 from 13

 

King: Eternal Monarch

 

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A romantic fantasy from another dimension, set in a detective story with a young emperor who came from another world to modern Korea. “I'm surprised there are people who look good on Hakuba, and I'm fascinated by the role of Prince Lee Min Ho. The setting is complex, but Lee Min Ho's toughness should be more than enough. "

Exclusively available on Netflix

 

Published in the May issue of MAI TAKANO 25ans (released on March 28, 2021).

 

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https://www.25ans.jp/lifestyle/ent/g36143735/drama-210428-vc/

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9 hours ago, nina_mitrokhina said:

Charismatic and noble, these 4 Korean actors have successfully played kings.

 

Sukhum Ela Vahyuningram - KoreaBanget.com
04/27/2021 - 13:30

 

In every film or drama, an actor or actress certainly has a role to play. It depends on the casting and production of the director. Now, to practice acting, actors or actresses usually challenge themselves by playing different roles. In South Korea, an actor who needs to try is to become a king. Because South Korea has also been synonymous with kingdoms in the past.

Well, several Korean actors have successfully played the roles of kings. Who are they? Curious?

 

Lee Min Ho

 

 

 

Lee Min Ho in The King: Eternal Monarch. Photo sbsdrama.official

 

Lee Min Ho is a legendary actor from South Korea. He has starred in many roles. The role of King adds to his acting skills. He became a handsome and charismatic king in the drama The King: Eternal Monarch. In the drama, he played the role of a king named King Li Gong ...

 

Translation from Indonesian google

 

https://koreabanget.hops.id/berkarisma-dan-ningrat-4-aktor-korea-ini-sukses-berperan-sebagai-raja/

 

Thoroughly Selected by Korean Drama Critics! 11 Korean Dramas You Can Fall In Love With


Watch a Korean drama that Kyun doesn't stop 

 

Author 25ans
2021.04.28

 

 

The excitement that entertainment gives us is irreplaceable. Yuko Shibamoto, a Korean drama critic who has been fascinated by Korean culture for 20 years and watches over 50 Korean dramas a year, will present Korean dramas filled with love ...

 

З from 13

 

Legend of the blue sea

 

 

 A fantasy love story about a fatal love between a handsome con man and a mermaid who have met over time. “It's also a masterpiece where you can enjoy fashion with actress Jung Ji Hyun. Tsundere, Kyung Kyun and cry! All are packed. "

Now available on Netflix, U-NEXT, and more.

 

8 from 13

 

King: Eternal Monarch

 

A romantic fantasy from another dimension, set in a detective story with a young emperor who came from another world to modern Korea. “I'm surprised there are people who look good on Hakuba, and I'm fascinated by the role of Prince Lee Min Ho. The setting is complex, but Lee Min Ho's toughness should be more than enough. "

Exclusively available on Netflix

 

Published in the May issue of MAI TAKANO 25ans (released on March 28, 2021).

 

Translation from korean google

https://www.25ans.jp/lifestyle/ent/g36143735/drama-210428-vc/

That is interesting, two from 13 are LMH's. Cheers!

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Top 3 Best K-Dramas About Time Traveling and Parallel Universes to Watch

 

29.04.2021
by Martha Yiling

 

Traveling through time and historic events is a common theme of TV series all around the world, as the audience can have a quick glance at events that happened in the past while spicing it with some fantasy notes, giving the vibe of magic that every one of us needs sometimes.

South Korean TV series or as they are commonly known among fans - k-dramas - are no exception, as screenwriters there are intrigued by the world of fantasy just like their colleagues everywhere else.

So, here is a list of Korean dramas worth watching on this theme:

 

The King: Eternal Monarch

 

The first K-drama, starring the King of Hallyu wave Lee Min-ho, who shot the film right after being discharged from the military, tells a story about two parallel worlds, where not only the Republic of Korea exists, but also the Kingdom of Corea. And Emperor Lee Gon (Lee Min-ho) manages to find the door between the two alternative realities and gets into the modern Republic of Korea. He meets detective Jung Tae-eul, played by popular actress Kim Go-eun, and recognizes her as the person whose ID card he found in his childhood, when the previous emperor, his father, was slaughtered by Lee Gon's half-uncle, Lee Lim. The criminal found his way to a parallel world and was hiding from justice by switching between them for a long time, creating a network of intrigues in order to capture Lee Gon’s throne. Now the young emperor needs to stop the uncle and find out what role Kim Go-eun's character plays in this story.

 

This drama was long-awaited not only because of Lee Min-ho, but also because of screenwriter Kim Eun-sook, who is famous for scripts of such hit TV series as 'Secret Garden', 'Defendants of the Sun', 'Guardian: The Lonely and Great God', 'Mr. Sunshine', 'The Heirs' and many others.

 

The series was spotted at the top of Netflix in the Philippines, India, Malaysia and even the US after its release.

 

The King : Eternal Monarch Season 1 | Official Trailer | Netflix

 

 

https://sputniknews.com/asia/202104291082732954-top-3-best-k-dramas-about-time-traveling-and-parallel-universes-to-watch/

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5 moments from The King: Eternal Monarch’s bloopers that made us LOL

 

The behind-the-scenes of the show had us laughing as much as the show had us rooting for the lead couple. Check out some moments below!

 

Written By Afreen Khan 4432 reads  Mumbai Published: April 29, 2021

 

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The King Eternal Monarch's behind-the-scenes are as fun as intense the show is!

 

Netflix’s romantic-fantasy show, The King: Eternal Monarch has seeped into our hearts since it’s release. Watching Kim Go Eun in a similar land and a similar broad storyline, but opposite Lee Min Ho was charming, to say the least. On top of that, we had the OST of The Century (for us), which was Hwasa’s ‘Orbit’. Not to forget the funny bromance scenes between Woo Do Hwan and Lee Min Ho.

Throughout the entire 16-episodes series, we rooted for the leads to be together, for them to have their first kiss or those intimate moments, waited with bated breath when Woo Do Hwan’s characters had to swap places. While the actors made sure to never lose their character for even a bit, immersing themselves into the show, they made sure that the audience was immersed as well! But we all know that behind those stern eyes and romantic moments, are multiple retakes! And mostly because someone or the other ends up laughing.

We were scrolling through some behind-the-scenes and we wondered why not talk about our favourite moments here? So here we are! Let’s start!
 

The iconic moment when Lee Gon fights everyone to run to a wounded Jeong Tae Eul
 

Who can miss the iconic scene of Lee Gon riding the horse, fighting bad guys and carrying Tae Eul in his arms? The scene still remains iconic, no doubt. But the behind-the-scenes was funnier than it was saddening in the actual show! Lee Min Ho even stumbled a bit trying to carry Kim Go Eun in his arms!
 

The other bromance duo, Kim Kyung Nam and Woo Do Hwan
 

The characters Kang Shin Jae and Jo Yeong might be at each other’s throat throughout the show, but in real life, they showed great camaraderie! In one of the scenes where Jo Yeong has to throw a bottle at Shin Jae, Kyung Nam rehearses how he wants to catch the bottle in a cool manner. After some time, the duo does 2 retakes because Do Hwan flung the bottle at the side mirror once and in the next, ended up hitting Kyung Nam! But they got it right in the third take.
 

Hand injuries or doctors?
 

When Lee Gon brings Tae Eul back to the palace, they of course need to have their injuries intact. To get ready for the scene, a makeup artist was touching up their hand injuries, making them seem similar. After the touch up, both Lee Min Ho and Kim Go Eun kept their hands raised up straight, just the way surgeons do when they wash their hands before entering an operating room. Go Eun noticed them both raising their hands and said, “We’re like doctors.” Min Ho laughed while she said, “Scalpel! That’s the only thing I know.” Min Ho again laughed, gathered himself and said, “Suction”, in the typical way that doctors do. Go Eun leaned forward and started making noises while enacting someone who does suction!
 

The original on screen and off screen bromance!
 

Eun Seob takes a bullet for his friend, the King Lee Gon in one of the iconic scenes when Lee Gon comes face to face with the bad guy. The scene shows Eun Sup collapsing in Lee Gon’s arms as the world falls still for him. We’re guessing this scene was recorded after some time because in the behind-the-scenes clip, as soon as Do Hwan arrives, he and Min Ho hug each other while Min Ho keeps on saying “I missed you!”. When they start filming, and Eun Seob gets shot, even Maximus, the horse has his own fun and tries to wake him up, leaving both Min Ho and Do Hwan laughing!

 

Check out the videos below where we see these moments occur:

 

[Behind the Scenes] Lee Min-ho & Kim Go-eun’s emotional kiss | The King: Eternal Monarch [ENG SUB]

 

 

 

[Behind the Scenes] Neck kisses and heroic rescues | The King: Eternal Monarch [ENG SUB]

 

 

 

https://www.pinkvilla.com/entertainment/5-moments-king-eternal-monarch-s-bloopers-made-us-lol-718820

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The Best Bubble Tea Shops In Hong Kong

 

Get your bubble tea fix at the best bubble tea shops in town, whether you're looking for healthier options, creamy flavours or fruit-based favourites

 

Bubble tea, boba or tapioca—whatever you call it, the craze is alive and well in Hong Kong, boasting an almost cult-like following.

 

Of course, this is fuelled by the plethora of bubble tea shops that continue to last, with new ones popping up over the years, introducing new concepts and flavours, and reviving classic favourites. I've seen my fair share of bubble tea-flavoured pizza, ice cream and candy––so one thing's for sure: this love affair with bubble tea isn't going away anytime soon.

 

If you're overwhelmed with the choices in Hong Kong, we've made things easier for you by rounding up the best bubble tea shops in town, whether you're looking for healthy options, creamy drinks or fruit-based tea.

 

The Alley

This cult-favourite Taiwan-based bubble tea brand was all over social media when it opened its doors to Hong Kong. The cult following extends to other places in Asia including South Korea and even gracing our screens in the popular K-drama, The King: Eternal Monarch.

 

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The highly Instagrammable deer-themed cup isn't its only appeal but its loyal followers also fall for the brown sugar Deerioca series. Of course, we also recommend that but we also find the crème brûlée milk equally sweet and creamy.

The Alley, Shop F, G/F, Alpha House, No. 27–33, Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong, the-alley.hk

Shop No.3, G/F, Sun Kong House, 2J–2Q Sai Yeung Choi Street South, Mong Kok, Hong Kong

 

https://hk.asiatatler.com/dining/bubble-tea-shops-hong-kong

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Top 20 K-Drama OSTs To Listen Right Now

 

K-dramas have made a special place in our hearts, and now this place cannot be made void for any other thing, no other genre, no other source of entertainment. As we all know that K-dramas make us live the best parts of our lives; they are simple stories covering various topics of the life of an individual. K-dramas create an emotional connection with the viewers. Through the help of their plot, narration, and musical backgrounds, which sets the mood of the whole plot, K-dramas teach us how to handle our relationships without letting a single one of them suffer.

 

The special effect created by K-dramas which captures our hearts is the music of each and every drama. The OSTs of these dramas are equally fascinating. They are a perfect blend of pleasure and lesson. Each drama consists of OSTs that range between five to ten, or more sometimes. Music, be it in a language we understand or in the language we are not familiar with, creates a deep impact on our minds. Just like the K-pop tracks, K-drama OSTs are a big hit all around the world.

 

This article will focus on one of the best OSTs of our favorite K-dramas of all time to listen to when you feel low or when you want to celebrate. They are the tracks that will make you jump out of your beds and celebrate the magic of life. These OSTs are the blend of love and dedication by the artists, both on and off the screen. There comes the much-awaited list of Top 20 K-drama OSTs of all time to listen to. This is a compilation of one of the most popular tracks from the highly celebrated K-dramas, as well as from the dramas which haven’t been a thorough success but will be in the terms for its OSTs.

Here comes the list of top 20 K-drama OSTs to listen to from our favorite dramas of all time.

 

I Just Want To Stay With You (The King: Eternal Monarch)

 

This drama is a Netflix original that premiered in the year 2020. It was the comeback drama of the South Korean superstar Lee Min ho, after his military services. The story revolves around a king who is in search of a mystery man who saved him from his father’s assassins. It is a fantasy drama, which showcases some magical aspects in the lives of the king and his love interest. The show was a great success outside South Korea and was among the top 5 best dramas of the year in countries like India, the USA, Malaysia, etc.

The lyricist and musician behind the song are DOKO Son Jae-min. Likewise, the artist of this song is Zion.T. ‘I just want to stay with you’ has received about 4.3 million views on YouTube.

 

 

My Love (The King: Eternal Monarch)

 

My Love is one of the popular tracks from the Netflix original series The King: Eternal Monarch, starring Lee Min ho, Kim Go-eun, Woo Do-hwan, Kim Kyung-nam, Jung Eun-chae, and Lee Jung-jin in lead roles. The artist behind this song is Gummy. Likewise, the lyricist is Hana. The song has gathered over 2.3 million views in such a short span.

 

 

https://otakukart.com/top-20-k-drama-osts-to-listen/

 

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Fate and love connecting parallel worlds ... The huge scale and stunning plot of the Korean drama King: Eternal Monarch is a must see!

 

05/01/2021

 

King: Eternal Lord

 

 The de facto Republic of Korea and the "Korean Empire" where the monarchy continues. The King: Eternal Monarch is a fantasy that depicts a disturbing romance between a female detective and the emperor of the Korean Empire as they travel between these two parallel worlds. This piece, which aired in 2020, is written by Kim Eun Suk, who has unwaveringly established himself as a hitmaker with pieces such as “Tokkebi-Kimi ga Gotoku dear daidai”.

 

A complex plot with many hints and a multi-layered working world, which includes not only love drama, but also political drama with mystery, and historical drama with elements of science fiction, cannot be swallowed just by watching a few episodes. It's weight and huge.

 

 In fact, it's a complex drama that makes it difficult to dive into work just by watching the first few episodes, but at some point you suddenly empathize with the characters and can't get out of it. I think there is a Korean drama that says it is so difficult, but since there is a lot of information in this work, it is also nice to use it in the work. And that is not all. As expected, the story of how many clues are constantly being piled up for the final story is a great word. After watching the series, I saw a ridiculous masterpiece! It is a drama that makes you feel fulfilled.

 

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 Lee Min Ho stars as Lee Gong, the third emperor of the Korean Empire. Known for his appearance in Japanese originals such as Boys Over Flowers and City Hunter in Seoul, this drama was his first work after returning from military service. The rival, Korean detective Jung Tae-ul, will be Kim Go Eun, who played the heroine of "Tokkebi" and caused a big boom.

 

By focusing on the meeting and love of two people living in different worlds, their fates mix, and a complex drama develops. The screen is great because it features two popular actors. Woo Do Hwan, who plays an important role, and Kwon Yul, who played Lee Gon's father in the first episode, as well as the other actors who step back are great as well.

 

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And, above all, the amusement of the "King" lies in the fact that parallel worlds are drawn in parallel with completely different backgrounds. On the other hand, while realistic landscapes and life of the people of Korea are depicted, the Korean Empire, where Li Gong reigns as emperor, still has some old-fashioned culture that is similar to historical drama.

 

Human conversations are also unique in the world of Gon, while people in Taeul's world engage in light exchanges typical of contemporary Korean dramas. The scene of the meeting between Ghosn and Theul at the end of the first episode symbolizes the contrast between the two worlds. On a white horse (!), Rear chases Gon, who has lost his way in Seoul, South Korea, in a police car and in front of Gyeongbokgung, they look at each other, and when he meets the person he was looking for, he suddenly hugs Gon. I was arrested for violating the Traffic Law (laughs).

 

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 There have been many time travel and parallel worlds, but even though the political system is different, there are many parts that can be understood as common because they belong to the same progressive civilization. Thus, breakup and coincidence creates drama, including comedy. part and moves it. It is also interesting that two characters live in both worlds, and the characters are drawn in a completely opposite direction.

 

You will be fascinated by the huge palace of the Korean Empire and the magnificent nature. The ending of the story also makes the most of the parallel world setting and speaks of the scale of this drama. This is a piece that I really want you to watch to the end.

 

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https://ddnavi.com/review/776433/a/

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Thank you lovey Minoz for the watch party today morning. It was the best morning I had in the whole week. Thanks @CarolynH for hosting, cannot wait for next week.


my favorites this week was the war scene and the kiss. LMH oozes handsomeness in uniform and that kiss was the sexiest. I’m going to be more open minded next week to see if I come around for Shin Jae, but the odds are not in favor lol. 

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8 hours ago, Areumdaun said:

Thank you lovey Minoz for the watch party today morning. It was the best morning I had in the whole week. Thanks @CarolynH for hosting, cannot wait for next week.


my favorites this week was the war scene and the kiss. LMH oozes handsomeness in uniform and that kiss was the sexiest. I’m going to be more open minded next week to see if I come around for Shin Jae, but the odds are not in favor lol. 

Enjoyed the watch today too.  LG in uniform looks awesome.  Like the parts where he came down to rescue JTE and PM was jealous.  That JTE was anxious if she had to compete with Corea women and ex-girlfriends.  For a first kiss LG was pretty suave  :D.  Loved JY glares and the secretary's wide eyes in the helicopter as LG flirted with JTE.  Liked how JTE missed LG and LG was worried she would not miss him and reject him.  I love LMH acting disappointed and apprehensive. He is also very cheeky boyish to Lady Noh.  That he treasured JTE hair band and wore it on his wrist so that he could feel her presence. Such a romantic, first and last love.

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