I've been a fan since his I Remember You cameo. Another thing is So-hye's baby daddy. My fave in this drama is the normal life of our couple and the villagers. It's what got me going through the week, to be honest!! I loved the light-heartedness, but it was just oddly balanced with the drama. But I get most people wouldn't find that interesting. So after he burns down the library, I thought he had snuck the book out to bring to Yul.
When Je-yoon returns home, Dad tells him that Yul found them. But then later, he finds the journal in that other room in the box. It happens less and less the more dramas you watch and I know I'll probably be revisiting eps 4-11 for my go-to romance fix for quite some time. That bridge scene was so beautiful and poignant with flashbacks to their childhood. Je-yoon have known the rumor for a long time that the baby is not Yul's.
He holds his own mini-courts and makes decisions regarding the country. In the morning, Je-yoon heads back to Songjoo village. Unfortunately, we saw none of that and I can't help asking why not? The last fusion sageuk I watched before this was Moonlight Drawn By Clouds, which I loved in the beginning and was majorly disappointed with in the end. I'm glad I picked it up again or I would have missed the wonderful and sweet married life of Wondeuk and Hongshim. His village internship really taught him a lot. Forcing a 'one year later' plot device to artificially move the story onward is just lazy writing, plain and simple.
One day, Lee Yul falls off the cliff and nearly dies in an assassination. That said, as long as I don't pay too close attention to the pesky details, I admit I enjoyed the show from an emotional standpoint, even in the final episodes. He offers to reinstate her social class so that she can live as Yoon Yi-seo, and also says that she can be a single woman again, like she was before they married. I felt that this was the only episode when his character truly shined so far. Yul is told that Minister Kim went to the Ming camp to get the ransom money demanded by the Jurchens. And they crushed me when they missed each other, like parts of their selves are missing, and I'm grieving with them.
The chemistry is not just between Kyungsoo and Jihyun but with the other casts as well. I agree that the show is unlikely to kill off the baby for the sake of Plot-- either Sohye is also bound to be killed or she and her baby can live outside palace in isolation due to her misdeed. I had an inkling during the wedding night non-happening that that would be the closest the show would come to delivering on all the subsequent consummation chatter. I may die in peace now. Deflated, Hong-shim agrees to leave.
I can imagine it surrounded by wild flowers in the spring. Bong-soo, Good to see you, Chingu. A better handling of Yul's palace conflicts would have elevated everything, but I'm too satisfied with the romance to care, lol. That makes sense and I hope that Yul was the only one who knew the exact place that his diary was hidden. She goes all giddy thinking about Yul stepping down so that Seowon can finally become crown prince, so she tells Minister Jung to have his brother seduce Yul and get evidence.
Seja was and still is a cagey guy, and it has served him well. Sinopsis Drama Korea 100 Days My Prince Download 100 Days My Prince — Serial Drama Korea ini menceritakan tentang Lee Yool D. Would it kill them to give us a little more romance to get us through to the finale? Some of my faves are in it, and Do Kyung-soo is now among them. This girl has been gutsy with breaking tradition from the beginning to end. Instead of being afraid, So-hye yells at Minister Kim, for being unsatisfied with the power he already has. He tells Je-yoon to return to the palace alone, making it an order when Je-yoon tries to refuse, then he helps Hong-shim up and leads her away. Sedangkan ada seorang wanita biasa namun juga merupakan wanita pertama yang mengelola agen detective swasta pada zaman Joseon, ia bernama Hong Sim diperankan aktris Nam Ji Hyun.
Won-deuk's horror at waking up in his birthday suit -- and the two of them rolled up in the mat during the infamous Rat Squishing Incident -- was the closest we'd get to any on-screen shenanigans. Deflated, Hong-shim agrees to leave. I feel like this is one of the more wholesome episode so far, despite the never-ending guess on who's the baby daddy is I still think it's Mooyeon's though, based on the scene where Minister Kim said to Sohye that he wished she messed around with some strangers rathen than with Mooyeon. Again, I am not sure, but that was the way I remember interpreting that part of the story when I watched the episode. The journal is in a room that can be reached by passing through five doors from here. I want to see more of them together acting like a couple! Je-yoon concludes that they have to find a place with five squares, but there are no hanja characters with five squares.
It has been demonstrated how ruthless she can be, killing an innocent man just to throw off the baby daddy scent. All that drama and machinations to get that letter, only to use it to try to pardon his kids? What a great scene on the bridge as Yul calls the name by which he first knew Hong-shim, and holds out her hair ribbon that he has cherished since they parted during Minister Kim's attack on her home. Thank you LollyPip for the recaps and 100 Days My Prince for the fun ride. I would like to set your mind at ease over the making of whoopee in the dead of winter in Joseon. Lee Yul is the Crown Prince of Joseon, a perfectionist who disregards the majority of those in the royal palace and appears to be cold and demanding, when in reality, he is lonely. They bicker all the way to the inn, where they find Town Official Park stuffing his face with soup.