Moon Lovers: Scarlet Heart Ryeo K-Drama Review

Drama name: Moon Lovers: Scarlet Heart Ryeo

DramaFans Community Rating: 9/10

Episodes: 20

Aired on: August 29, 2016 (Monday, Tuesday) 

Original Network: SBS

Director: Kim Kyu Tae

Genre: Fantasy, Romance, Historical, Melodrama

Moon Lovers Scarlet Heart Ryeo is one of the best 2016 Korean shows that was cherished by a lot of people. The show was likewise adjusted from the Chinese form of a similar title. The fascinating plot lines, startling adoration plots, and astonishing projects spread the word about dramatization all around the world.

Moon Lovers recounts the tale of Go Ha Jin (IU) who out of nowhere turns back the clock to the year 941 during the Goryeo Dynasty as Hae Soo. This occurs after she tumbles off to a waterway to save a suffocating youngster. Hae Soo winds up among sovereigns (children of the initial architect/ruling head). She develops near the vast majority of the rulers and even becomes hopelessly enamored with some of them. The show takes us through how Hae Soo gets sucked into the confounded existence of the illustrious family and her battle to break free from it. I will not be looking at everything and everybody since there were simply such a large number of characters. I’ll simply zero in on those that affected me and those that didn’t work for me.
My most loved dramatization scene for IU in this show was the point at which her chief, Lady Oh (Woo Hee-Jin), proposed to bite the dust in Hae Soo’s place. I sympathized with Hae Soo’s aggravation, culpability, outrage, and weakness. I cherished Hae Soo’s relationship with Lady Oh – how they were similar and they were like mother and little girl to one another. At the point when the sovereign consented to have Lady Oh, the best love of his life, killed, I just realized this show planned to have an exceptionally odd feeling of equity.

Even though Hae Soo had her blissful minutes, she carried on with an exceptionally tragic life. She persevered through a great deal just to wind up with nothing. She bit the bullet by permitting her first love, Wang So/King Gwangjong (Lee Joon Gi who had an appearance in She Was Pretty), wed another person (Kang Ha Na, as Princess Yeon Hwa, who is on Oppa’s rundown and whom we found in Record of Youth and Start-Up and who gave one more stunning execution here as a miscreant). However, Hae Soo needed to surrender/lose Wang So. It was an extremely, terrible completion for her to pass on without Gwangjong in any event, perusing her letters. Thus, indeed, this was one more magnificent execution from IU. However, what put Hae Soo aside from her different jobs was that IU’s skin appeared to be truly brilliant and shining here. I simply adored checking out her impeccable face every time it was streaked on screen.
Oppa loves IU such a lot that he’s stepped up – he currently needs to watch a 50-episode IU show. How about we check whether his affection for IU would win over his limited capacity to focus.

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