The Wednesday episodes are much weaker than the Thursday episodes. It"s frustrating to take a seat down in the process the choppy pacing and plot adjustments of the Wednesday episodes whilst knowing that the Thursday episode it is going to be stronger.Music used to be a robust point of this show. The composition fo the soundtrack is crisp. Song selection fits the mood. However, the music is beginning to foreshadow emotional changes much too soon and sapping the tension scenes. Also, the dependancy of Korean dramas to reuse the similar music for all the drama makes timing incredibly vital in terms of gambling the songs. Badly timed entrances make the soundtrack sound like a damaged listing instead of anything that complements the drama.
As for the plot, this episode involved in Ma"s venture to have youngsters and oldsters keep up a correspondence about wants and goals. Koreans position massive emphasis on education and youngsters ceaselessly be afflicted by the immense pressure. Kids battle to reside up to the expectancies in their folks and society. Ma addresses those problems in her customary unwell and twisted way: she acts callous and unfeeling all while observing her psychologically sadistic strategies bring families closer together. She is in reality a Machiavellian personality.Although the effects are positive, the show"s message isn't as positive. It gets bogged down through the "means" to the end, once you will. the youngsters are treated so badly, it"s tough now not to get preoccupied with horror of it. And, the teenagers movements are fashioned around where the creator needs the plot to transport instead of let the kids react as tots naturally would. For example, Do-jin created a big number of horrifying hassle in class, like Na-ri did, and changed into approved back by his classmates. this is very unrealistic. most youngsters would be afraid of a bully and it might take them a while to settle for him again.
A sturdy point of the episode is that Ha-na is breaks down from all the pressure. Warring with instructor Ma Yeo-jin isn't any simple project and the tension manifests at home. Ha-na"s mom pressures her to wait yet any other hagwon (cram school) so as to get into a famend heart faculty and Ha-na snaps. It"s a moment I"ve been looking forward to this whole drama. there were small moments where she"s cracked, yet unlike this one: she ran out of the house! It was emotionally poignant and a miles wished personality development.While Ha-na wanders, she spots Ma seeking to convince a choice woman of something. The call girl turns out to be Dong-goo"s mother. Ma has been searching for her and convince her to deal with Dong-goo. This is in the end an overly type gesture, but I can"t assist but think back to when Ma told Dong-goo that his mother left him because she didn"t need him. Is the finish value the approach if the capability spoil an individual beyond repair?
Written by Raine from Raine"s Dichotomy
"The Queen"s Classroom" is directed by Lee Dong-yoon, written by Kim Eun-hee-II and Kim Won-seok-II and contours Ko Hyeon-jeong, Seo Sin-ae, Kim Sae-ron, Ricky Kim, Kim Hyang-ki and Choi Yoon-yeong-I.