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Synopsis King Eternal Monarch, Lee Min Ho is playing with Kim Go Eun again!




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Friday, June 3, 2022


SEWAKTU.COM - Eternal Monarch King Synopsis Who doesn't know Lee Min Ho? This handsome artist has returned to Korean dramas and plays an extraordinary figure.

In this fantasy drama, Lee Min Ho will play the heir to the throne named Lee Gon.

Lee Min Ho fans, let's get a little closer because this handsome actor is once again welcoming his fans in a fantasy Korean drama called 'The Eternal Monarch'.

In this drama, Lee Min Ho ran into Kim Go Eun, who was previously the Goblin's lover in "Guardian of the Lonely and Great God".

This drama begins when Lee Rim (Lee Jong Jin), his half-brother, commits the assassination of the King of Korea.

Li Rim tries to get hold of the Manpasikjeok, a bamboo flute passed down from their ancestors. He wants eternal life and the whole world in his hands.

In the midst of the action, it is revealed that Lee Gon (Lee Min Ho) saw firsthand how his father was killed and managed to get his hands on half of Manpasikjok.

Lee Rim finally escaped to the parallel world, in the parallel world, Lee Rim met a figure similar to him and then killed him and brought the man to the Korean Empire.

This incident also made Li Lim a traitor and was declared dead. Back to Lee Gon, since he is the crown prince, it is his duty to replace his father's throne and become king at a very young age.
Years have changed, Lee Gon has become a king, smart and very handsome. Lee Gon is also known as a genius mathematician.

One day, Lee Gon finds a door in a bamboo forest and the door transports him to a parallel world he is unaware of, the Republic of Korea.

Riding in the middle of a city traffic jam, he meets Jung Tae Eul (Kim Go Eun). Tae Eul is a police officer who initially hates Lee Gon due to his strange behavior.

Want to know all the details? Come on, just watch, don't be curious. Can be watched on your favorite streaming site.


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10 Bromance Moments that are Unforgettable

Who doesn't love a good bromance? The tight friendship and the brothers who got each other's back make for one of the best side plotlines within a drama! Here are 10 of the most iconic and unforgettable bromance moments from some of your favorite dramas!


The Eternal Monarch King: Jo Eun Sup and Jo Yeong

Rarely do viewers get to see someone play two roles in one drama, but actor Woo Do Hwan pulled off the roles of Jo Eun Sup and Jo Yeong seamlessly.







Drama Characters Who Wore Suits and Conquered With Their Look


As you know, Woo Do Hwan played two different characters in The King: Eternal Monarch but when he became Jo Young he was a bodyguard with great poise and elegance.








5 Fantasy Korean Dramas Full of Imagination and Magic


Here are five recommendations for Korean dramas on Netflix that  present stories rich in imagination, thick with magic, and carry elements of fantasy.




The King: Eternal Monarch


The King: Eternal Monarch tells the story of two parallel worlds that run side by side and the relationship of the people who live in both worlds. Get ready to explore the mystery that opens the gate between the two worlds with King Lee Gon (Lee Min Ho) of the Kingdom of Corea and Detective Jung Tae Eul (Kim Go Eun) of the Republic of Korea. This series is able to spark curiosity with a murder case that connects two worlds, as well as the dual appearance of each character.



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5 Korean Drama Artists Who Wear Luxury Watches in a Movie


Watches are no longer used only based on function.

In this modern world, watches have become an accessory item or an appearance support item, so that we feel more confident.

Likewise with Korean drama artists . A watch model will make it more charismatic and give off a certain aura.

Reported from the Horology Story Youtube account on June 2, 2022, here are 5 watches used by Korean drama artists in a film .


1.The King Eternal Monarch

The film tells the story of a Korean imperial king who loves science, and he manages to find the door that connects his country with the Republic of Korea.

Lee Min Ho, who plays the king, is seen wearing a Longines Master Collection Chronograph brand watch in the L2,673,478.3 model.

Classic and elegant watches make Lee Min Ho seem authoritative when playing the king of the Korean empire.



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Famous K-Drama Scriptwriters and their Works


As much as some dramas' success is mainly attributed to the popularity and talent brought by their main leads, dramas won't be able to function the way we know without their writers. These writers write the stories they portray, decide how the plot goes on, and provide the best lines that will invoke emotions depending on their depth.


They are the main reasons why plots can be enjoyable and desirable and why such tropes and so-called K-Drama cliches exist. They also become the ways to showcase genres that are either not that famous or put a twist on an overused trope. While doing their hard work behind the cameras, it is undeniable that writers can genuinely dictate the success of a drama, no matter who the actors and actresses are. 


Sometimes, avid drama viewers make it a point to check the writer of the drama they loved the plot so they could check more of their works. Among much more "veteran" fans, they realize the writer's usual concept as it is frequent among writers to a concentrated genre among their works, some focusing on melodramas, some heavily invested in fantasy dramas. 


In no particular order, here are some K-Drama scriptwriters and their most famous and successful shows to date.


Kim Eun Sook


Shows: Lovers in Paris (SBS, 2004); Lovers in Prague (SBS, 2005); Lovers (SBS, 2006); On Air (SBS, 2008); Secret Garden (SBS, 2010); A Gentleman's Dignity (SBS, 2012); The Heirs (SBS, 2013); Descendants of the Sun (KBS2, 2016); Guardian: The Lonely and Great God (tvN, 2016-2017); Mr. Sunshine (tvN, 2018);

The King: Eternal Monarch (SBS, 2020)





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The Unique Meaning of Flowers in Kdramas


Let's see the meanings of flowers frequently used in K-dramas that you may not know!

Flowers have always had meaning in fiction and are often significant in any story. If you are a long-time fan of K-dramas, you probably know that flowers are used as a symbol to convey love, friendship, confession or proposal, separation or reunion. 

The language of flowers is known as a popular metaphor/narrative device that speaks louder than words and sometimes even guides the plot. Below are the meanings of 5 flowers that are frequently used as symbols in K-dramas.


2. Delphinium (Larkspur)

Delphinium appears in quite a few dramas and conveys a special meaning each time. The most memorable example is when Lee Gon overcomes many difficulties to bring back her lover Jeong Tae Eul ( Kim Go Eun ) a beautiful bouquet of blue delphinium in  The King: Eternal Monarch  .




In the language of flowers, delphinium means "I will make you happy". In a broader sense, it means a strong bond of love.



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Best Korean Drama: The story of this Korean web series is beyond our imagination, Bollywood will never be able to make such a show!




June 16, 2022


Web series is dominated in this era. The OTT platform has broken the language barriers. People just want to see good content. A story that he could not even imagine. This is the reason that when the ‘Money Heist’ made in Spanish came, it became a worldwide phenomenon. The South Korean web series ‘Squid Game’ also got a lot of love from the people. One such South Korean series is The King: Eternal Monarch. Your mind will wander after watching this series. There will be suspense in every episode. There will be a lot of love and animosity that kills. The most important thing is that in this, South Korea’s most famous actor Lee Min-ho is in the lead role, whose fan following is all over the world. He is also compared to Bollywood superstar Shahrukh Khan. The beauties of India die a lot on him. His same magic has been seen in this series as well. So why are you late, you too take out time for two days this weekend and watch this jarring web series, but read everything about it from it.

‘The King: Eternal Monarch’ came in the year 2020. There are many stars in this series including Lee Min-ho, Kim Go-eun and Woo Do-hwan, who are very famous in South Korea (Best K Drama). You can also watch this show in Hindi on Netflix. Apart from this, she is also present in English sub-titles. The show has been rated 8.1 on the Internet Movie Database (IMDb). That is, you can understand from this that what a daring series this is. It has total 16 episodes. Each episode is about 1 to one and a half hours long.


Something different will be seen in every episode


Lee Min-ho’s best web series


In the opening episode of The King: Eternal Monarch, you’ll be shown the story in flashback. So you will be a little confused, but as you understand the story, your interest will only increase. There will come a time when whatever you are predicting will not happen at all. Every time something new and different will be seen.




Lee Min-ho’s web series ‘The King’


What To Watch: This is the story of a boy who is a handsome prince of the Korean Empire. Very sensible Prince immersed in books. The girls of his country are ready to die for him. Something like this happens to him in childhood, about which he only keeps searching till he is young. He has a broken flute and this flute is the root of enmity and trouble. Through this stick, he goes to another world, where his near and dear ones are living. He starts moving from this world to his world, but his ‘search’ still continues. In this world, he also meets his love Jeong i.e. Kim Go-eun. After this the real story of the show begins.


The show is popular in other countries as well.




best korean web series


This series has been very much liked in Korea as well as in other countries. It is quite popular in India as well as Malaysia, Philippines and Singapore. Its story is beyond your imagination. There is more than one show in Bollywood i.e. Hindi film industry, but it is almost impossible to make such a series. The show has also received many awards.



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Are you a Korean Drama Fan? These 4 Things You Must Know!


K-Drama History of Korea
Historical K-dramas are referred to as Sageuk, which means historical drama. This drama packs culture and history in Korea in an interesting way but still respects the laws and traditions that run. In the mid-2000s, historical K-dramas were gaining worldwide popularity.


There are several K-dramas that have begun to acculturate the times with history in Korea such as The King: Eternal Monarch.



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'Happiness' To 'Vagabond': K-dramas With A Perfect Blend Of Romance And Action

From Healer to K2, this list is filled with K-Dramas that deliver action scenes which will keep you on the edge and truly give you butterflies in the stomach.


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The King: Eternal Monarch


This is a 2020 romantic fantasy directed by Baek Sang-hoon, and has Lee Min-ho and Kim Go-Eun as its lead. It has a unique plot involving the shift of Lee Gon (Lee Min-ho) into an alternate universe, between the ancient and modern worlds. With brilliant cinematography, action scenes and romance, this Korean Television Series is a must-watch. It has an 8.1 IMBD rating and is also available on Netflix.


The King: Eternal Monarch | Official Trailer | Netflix [ENG SUB]




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The King: Eternal Monarch captivated international fans from the moment of its release, but as we delved into the romance of the story, this effect increased. Do you remember the love scenes?

Just a few years ago, Lee Min Ho 's return to Korean dramas caused a stir on Korean television and social media around the world. After the actor completed his military service, he came back totally ready to pamper us with a new character. In the plot of The King: Eternal Monarch, Lee Min Ho plays Lee Gon, a young king who after losing his father at an early age had to take the throne. However, beyond his work as a monarch, we also saw him experience love. Lee Min Ho and Kim Go Eun brought to life the leading couple of this drama and here we tell you about some scenes they filmed together that revealed the sweetest side of Lee Gon.






On Tae Eul's first visit to the kingdom of Korea, the protagonist was in charge of pampering her and personally went to the kitchen to prepare a dish for her.



The Queen of Korea


A scene that took everyone's breath away occurs when Tae Eul is taken from one world to another and Lee Gon rushes to her rescue in the company of an entire army. When Lee Min Ho referred to the girl as the future queen it was like everything else stopped.



An unexpected kiss


When Tae Eul is resting in the Palace, they both discuss the theories about the journey from one world to the other and because of this the girl exposes her neck, but Lee Gon takes the opportunity to give her a surprise kiss.



Your own language of love


The protagonists traveled by helicopter and, although there were other people around them, they made sure to convey their emotions with a very peculiar conversation.






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9 inspiring K-drama women who encourage us to be the best version of ourselves


Although we love Korean dramas and all the mushy feelings the leading couples leave us with, in recent years, K-drama women have graduated to being more than just damsels in distress who require constant saving. Their characters are both independent and successful, and they don't hesitate to fight for what they want. When tested with conflict, these relatable protagonists no doubt emerge from the fire victorious, but not without being humanly changed by it. Here’s our round-up of the 10 strongest K-drama women that we love and look up to.


Jung Tae-eul in The King: The Eternal Monarch (2020)



Kim Go Eun plays a feisty inspector of a violent-crimes squad in this fantasy drama. As a child, Jung Tae-eul took taekwondo lessons from her father and dreamt of solving crimes. Now an adult, she has a no-nonsense personality and is determined to catch the culprits of the cases she handles. When confronted with bizarre events such as time travel and parallel worlds, Tae-eul keeps her cool and stays grounded. Kim Go Eun’s portrayal of the character is relatable and nuanced, and she shines in the action scenes.






Recommended Korean Dramas with the Epic Bromance Characters


Korean drama with the best bromance character of all time.

For those of you lovers of Korean drama, of course, you are already familiar with the term bromance .

The term bromance or brother romance is a warm friendly relationship between two or more men.

In Korean dramas, the term bromance is often used as an icon for the drama.

Even in some dramas, the story of the friendship of these two male characters becomes more interesting than the main plot.

Here, we present a series of Korean dramas with the most epic bromance of all time, quoted from Kompas.com.


The King: Eternal Monarch

The bromance between Lee Min Ho and Woo Do Hwan in this series is also very iconic and a favorite of many Korean drama lovers.

Despite the status of the king and his bodyguard, the relationship between the two is very close and emotional.

Jo Young's rigid and firm demeanor will change when he interacts with his king who is also his childhood friend .


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5 Recommendations for Lee Min Ho's Drama in the Last Decade


Lee Min Ho has become an icon of Korean drama thanks to his acting in many titles and his good looks. Lee Min Ho's 35th birthday on Wednesday (22/6/2022). Over the past decade Lee Min Ho has starred in various dramas. The following are recommendations for Lee Min Ho's dramas .

The King Eternal Monarch

The King Eternal Monarch takes place in two different parallel worlds. Lee Min Ho as Emperor Lee Gon of the Kingdom of Corea finds access to the Republic of Korea. Here Lee Min Ho acts with Kim Go Eun.


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Paradise City, the filming location of The King, was featured in 'World Resort Walker'. 'The Deluxe Pool Villa' is where the filming was done is 2 million yen per night.


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3 Dramas Starring Lee Min Ho, Song Kang, and Eunwoo, Korea's Leading Men


No plans?  Take advantage of the rainy season to watch the best romantic series live.




Just like K-Pop idols, dramatic actors have become the new hotties of soap operas.  Some of them star in the most popular Korean dramas on Netflix and other streaming platforms.  Stars like Eunwoo, Lee Min Ho, and Song Kang are fan favorites.


During the rainy season, you want to watch a good romantic series, especially to stay home for the marathon and with the rise in Covid-19 cases.  Check out this weekend's recommendations for dramas featuring Korean heartthrobs.




King: Eternal Monarch


The Netflix drama that brought Lee Min Ho back to drama.  The actor gives life to a monarch who rules over present-day Korea, but one day, while walking through the forest, he discovers a portal that transports him to present-day Korea, where he is arrested by a detective who discovers the file is missing.  with his name.   Convincing her that she is from another dimension, both will attempt to solve the mystery of said portal, as it appears they knew each other before.


The King: Eternal Monarch |  Official Trailer |  Netflix [ENG SUB]




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5 K-drama bromances that are better than any love story, streaming on Netflix


K-dramaland might love its fairytale romances, but it is also an unabashed celebration of male friendship—here’s proof


If Hollywood has led you to believe that male friendship doesn’t extend beyond drunken nights in Vegas, allow these K-drama bromances to put those frat bro comedies to shame. The stereotype-riddled wolfpack is redefined here to explore the same nuance and emotional depth afforded to female friendships. Tears are shed and hearts are broken amidst other overt gestures of affection between self-proclaimed brothers—gestures that have long been deemed as unmanly traits. If you are looking for a platonic male friendship that will give you the same fuzzies as a conventional romance drama, these are the best K-drama bromances to add to your Netflix queue:


Lee Gon and Jo Yeong, King: The Eternal Monarch (2020)


In a tale about a Korean emperor trying to shut the door on a parallel world, it is the camaraderie between king Lee Gon (Lee MinHo) and his stoic bodyguard Jo Yeong (Woo DoHwan) that attained cult status as they navigated doppelgänger drama together.







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50 Famous K-Drama OSTs That Deserve to be Added to Your Playlist Part 2


A soundtrack is recorded music made to accompany and synchronize to the images of a motion picture, drama, book, television program, radio program, or video game. In K-Dramas, music and soundtracks are essential as they convey emotions or set the mood for certain scenes.

From the earlier days, which only featured instrumental soundtracks, down to the recent days where OSTs include lyrics that deliver the message in themselves, we cannot deny the influence these OSTs bring not only to the drama but to their viewers and fans.

Here are another fifty songs from the plethora of the famous and award-winning OSTs that you should definitely add to your playlist!


Please Don't Cry by Davichi

Drama: The King: Eternal Monarch 





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The No.1 Most Buzzworthy Korean Drama Actors Year 2020-2022


In this article, we have listed 40+ Korean actors who topped the list or took no.1 in the Most Buzzworthy Drama Actors from year 2020 to 2022. The ranking is determined by Good Data Corporation, a Korean research organization that specializes in the analysis on what is most buzzworthy Korean dramas and drama actors of the week. The data is collected from social networking services, online news, blogs, videos, as well as community group reactions and media mentions.


The following stars also took first place in the list of Most Buzzworthy Drama Actors 2020-2022, in alphabetical order:


Kim Go-eun: #1 Most Buzzworthy Drama Actor for The King Eternal Monarch in the 3rd week of May 2020.


Lee Minho: #1 Most Buzzworthy Drama Actor for The King Eternal Monarch in the 1st and 2nd week of June 2020.





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5 Netflix Recommendations for Korean Dramas, Fantasy Stories That Drain Emotions, Including Starring Lee Min Ho


  Tuesday, July 19, 2022


TRIBUNWOW.COM – Check out the Korean Drama Movie Recommendations on Netflix, which are fantasy stories that can drain viewers' emotions.

  This recommended Korean drama movie is suitable to watch to fill your free time.

  What are the recommendations for Korean drama movies on Netflix that are fantasy stories?


4. The King: Eternal Monarch




The King: Eternal Monarch tells the story of two parallel worlds that live side by side.
  Viewers are invited to witness the relationship of people living in both worlds.
Get ready to explore the secret that opens the gate between two worlds with King Lee Gon (Lee Min Ho) from the Kingdom of Korea and Detective Jung Tae Eul (Kim Go Eun) from the Republic of Korea.
This series will spark curiosity through a murder case that links two worlds.  Prepare to be amazed by the multiple appearances of each character!


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Recommended Rating of Korean Dramas in Netflix Series What is your favorite job?




Netflix distributes many Korean dramas exclusively as "Netflix series".  Speaking of Korean dramas in the Netflix series, works like "Crash Landing on Love" and "Itaewon Class" have received a lot of attention in Japan.

So this time I asked the 505 men and women who are members of Mynavi News about "My Favorite Korean Drama on Netflix".

Recommended Rating for Korean Dramas in Netflix Series
When I asked the members of Mynavi News, “My favorite work is in a Korean drama of a Netflix series,” the rating was like this.


11th "The King: Eternal Monarch" [2020] (2.2%)




"The King: Eternal Monarch" also ranked 11th.  This work is a fantasy drama that will feature for the first time the roles of Lee Min Ho, known from the drama 'Legend of the Blue Sea', and Kim Go Eun, who gained popularity in 'Dokkebi ~ Beautiful Days'."

One day, Lee Min Ho, the emperor of the Korean Empire in another world, passes through the gates that connect the parallel world and ends up in the modern Republic of Korea.  There, he met female detective Jung Tae Ul (Kim Go Eun) for a fateful meeting...

· "It is interesting.  I'm worried about the sequel, so I want you to film a new season again" (man, 41)

Cast / Lee Min Ho, Kim Go Eun, Woo Do Hwan
Year of release / 2020


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