The final episode of IE aired last night on the TAN satellite network. I’ll hold off on the discussion until ajk writes up the last of the summaries, but as clumsy as that show was at times, I thought that the last episode wasn’t all that bad.
IE was replaced by a contemporary drama, “Hot Blood,” about young, aggressive, hotshot car salesmen trying to pull off a multimillion dollar truck sale. It was unimpressive enough that I quit Episode #1 halfway through, and switched to watching an un-subbed daily drama airing on MBC instead.
IE had its faults, but even so, it's sure going to be tough enduring Monday and Tuesday nights without a KBS historical to watch.
We just got KBS World in SF in the basic cable package too (other areas will follow i heard Comcast just negotiated a deal with them ),Too late for the final 9 episodes of Empress but i came into Hot Blood around ep 6 and i agree its not worth it ,its not bad just something we have seen many many times before . At the moment bar Sejong re runs there is no historical drama at all and most of the dramas airing seem rather run of the mill ,still im not complaining after weeks of nothing im just happy to have it . Chuno looks good though it should start in Jan .