"The Joseon Gunman" Feb 2, 2015 0:56:12 GMT -5
Post by jewel on Feb 2, 2015 0:56:12 GMT -5
Close call for Mr. Hanjo. Was wondering if he had the compass on him again. It seems Hye Won is falling deeper and deeper in love with Mr. Hanjo. Hey, sorta like me! Very exciting when Soo In finds the compass, tho she really shouldn't have entered his room like that and went though his drawer. (I hate people who don't respect other's privacy.) The ending very exciting. Something about the way they look at each other very touching.
I hate torture scenes! I had to suffer through one in "Yi San" and then again here! Not fun. What is it they're doing exactly anyway? Like separating the leg joints or something? That was an awful scene. And Mr. Hanjo was again a hero... *sigh* So brave and righteous. Gosh, that Second Vice Primer is really evil.
I understood that Soo In wanted to protect Mr. Hanjo when she wouldn't tell about the gunpowder. If it were just her I would say that she's very brave to do that. But it wasn't just her. Her father was involved too. He's life was at stake too. I don't know... I felt like she was choosing Mr. Hanjo's life over her father's and that didn't seem right. Anyway, everything worked out thanks to the King's intervention. Thank goodness.
When Mr. Hanjo came to see Soo In and Hye Won excused herself so that the other two could be alone, it was a little sad. I felt bad for her. I also felt bad for Choi Won Shin when he had to kneel in front of Mr. Hanjo. I loved that look Mr. Hanjo has when he looked over his shoulder to see Hye Won looking on at her father kneeling.
Love his expression. It's like pity, dilemma, curiosity all mixed in.