King Seonjo comes face-to-face with his own demons in the kind of a guy he once trusted: Do-chi. Like the king, Do-chi is crammed with arrogance and the theory that he's invincible. Neither are ready for their downfalls, which makes this episode and their crash to rock backside the most attractive thus far.Do-chi has spent years manipulating and mendacity to people, construction up his energy base and hoping to bring about alternate in Joseon. The irony of it all is that he has changed into the guy he despises so as to do it. He has develop into as twisted as he imagined King Seonjo to be. All of his deceptions are now coming back to hang-out him and the poetic twist is that he is too corrupted through the facility he accuses the king of abusing to peer what he has become. It"s the maximum productive a section of his character"s creation, this culmination of his pathetic being.
Gah-hee, at the other hand, has come into her own whilst Do-chi jumped off the deep end. She stands robust in the face of the new, very arrogant queen and works neatly with Gwanghae"s quiet, yet strong-willed wife. I actually like that the ladies have a greater role to play now as they sorely lacked any veritable activity. Even though Ga-hee used to be a warrior, she was still two dimensional and that warrior"s spirit didn"t appear to hold over into her lifestyles as the king"s companion. Now it in spite of everything shines via and makes me wish for personality consistency.The introduction of Queen Inmok, like the introduction of Heo Gyeon a couple of episodes ago, serves the similar reason - bringing in a brand new face and together with it new interest. Unfortunately Heo Gyeon"s novelty temporarily wore off secure for the infrequent spats he has with Eunuch Im. Queen Inmok may hang some intrigue, but the writers eliminate her lack of confidence and most effective display the confidence that mask it, growing yet some other stale character.
Also, the direction from time to time tries to be inventive in the shape of fast camera cuts which are more nauseating than effective. It"s a flailing try to seize for more cast written floor that fails.Written by: Raine from "Raine"s Dichotomy"
"The King"s Face" is directed by Cha Yeong-hoon and Yoon Seong-sik, written by Lee Hyang-hee and Yoon Soo-jeong, and contours Seo In-guk, Jo Yoon-hee, Lee Seong-jae, and Sin Seong-rok.
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