Discussion in 'Korean Drama Discussion' started by ralphrepo, Apr 16, 2019.
Anyone watching this?
Not a Netflix watcher, but I recognize the actor and actress and seems like they got a good casting
I’m watching it ! Just started on the second episode!
I’m enjoying it so far , it’s made me jump twice
~ also the crown prince, Ju Ji Hoon, I have not seen him since Princess Hours, barely recognised him lol
Edit: I just binged watched up time ep 4 now
I’m pretty sure the queen has had a ~miscarriage~ now and every time they in the village cooking a pot of soup, i get a dodgy feeling lol
is it ancient show?
Yeah set in ancient period ~ it’s good give it a try
was hoping modern lol like Train to Busan
Lol when you see the zombies, it will give you the train to busan feel lol
These zombies are some next level zombies
waiting for season 2 to come out so I can binge watch. I heard it ends abruptly, so I don't want to watch it yet lol
That’s what I would normally do too but I couldn’t help myself.
I just finished it yesterday omg! The twist! I can’t wait for season two to come out lol
Yes indeed. Unfortunately, it's a cliff hanger end to season 1. They're readying defenses and waiting for a huge zombie horde to attack; and these are '28 days' class type zombies (meaning they don't shuffle, but run like Olympic sprinters or the kind seen in World War Z, or 28 Days). The defenders think they know the zombies weakness, but then at the end of the first season, it's revealed that their understanding of the zombie weakness is totally wrong and their defensive strategy thus is misguided. The season ends on that note, setting the stage for a new season of zombie fest in a Korean period drama. Can't wait and hope the next season comes soon. Great that Netflix can do this, that is, bring non western fantasy period dramas.