That makes it a solid successor to Sungkyunkwan Scandal, just with less seriousness and more cheek. I could really use a show like this about now. He sits reading a book with stately poise… and then his mouth quirks up in a grin and he shoots a surreptitious look around. Ha, are you reading something naughty? Lonelyhearts brightens at the encouragement.
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Though Shi-Won is last place in her class and has her head in the clouds, she is also forthright and sassy. He is intelligent and placed first in his class. As a teenager, Yoon-Jae falls for Shi-Won, and tries to keep it a secret. He harbors the secret that he is gay and is in love with Yoon-Jae, which only Shi-won is aware of after he confides in her. Yoo-Jung is known to be very fickle when it comes to love, falling for boys - whether in real life or in the celebrity world - at the drop of a hat.
Bodyguard Byung-yeon suddenly interrupts them to say that the prince needs to go somewhere, right this instant. But his face is obscured by light, and the guard orders Ra-on to lower her head in respect. Yeong says that the princess will hurt herself by holding the sword that way, and takes it out of her hands.
One one hand, proper English grammar, syntax, and logical reasoning feel wasted when used on the minutes that just transpired onscreen. Everything up to episode 6 was lovely and promising, even though there are some viewers who never warmed up to the drama from the outset. I quite enjoyed the premise, was patient to let the writer tell her story even if some elements caused me a sense of foreboding worry , and felt like this drama could be an underrated gem that offered something different.