KDRAMA REVIEW|| SIX FLYING DRAGON

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After binge watching all 50 episodes in 4 days straight, I am not over how much power this drama holds. From the characters to the story line, everything is just so beautifully written and structured. Although it was 50 episodes long, it wasn’t slow paced, the story went by so fast that one just had to keep up. After completing this drama and going back to glance through a few other sageuks, I realized that there were a lot of things I over looked because I just didn’t know any better and I just had to accept. But this drama really opened my eyes.

This drama serves as a loose prequel to deep rooted tree.

Title

Six Flying Dragon

Genre

Political

Historical

Year

2015

Cast

Yoo Ah-in

Shin Se-kyung

Yoon Kyun-sang

Byun Yo-han

Kim Myung-min

Chun Ho-jin

Episode

50 episodes

Synopsis

Set during the foundation of the Joseon dynasty, we follow the life of real and fictional characters as they set the roots and laws of the new regime.

Review

Through the whole drama we see 7 different kings on the throne.

You start this drama banking on specific characters because you think they are the good guys then very suddenly without you almost realizing it, the line between good and evil blurs and you can’t tell what is moral anymore. Its almost like they want you to root for the evil person (to me, I don’t even call it evil, its more characters who are willing to do anything to get what they want). I will not go too much into the drama, as I believe it is one that everyone needs to watch at least once in a lifetime. The world and morality is all shades of gray.

I am not going to attempt to talk about all the six dragons but I specifically like Yi Bang-won.

Yi Bang-won is the 3rd king of Joseon who killed his brother the crown prince, he killed Sambong who was his master and also the architect of the the new regime and he killed a lot more people to get himself on the throne. I honestly don’t know how I feel about it because they was something just so good about the evil he did. Because we start with him at the beginning of the drama, where he is trying to find himself in a world filled with corruption. He was not necessarily corrupt and neither was he fighting to remove corruption, he just wanted a world that was structure to ensure that the commoner were happy and peaceful but he also wanted the world to be his i.e. he wanted to rule that world.

There is really something to learn from the drama.

Little Spoiler

They never end up together.

Rating

I gave this drama 10 out of 10 stars

Thanks for reading.

7 thoughts on “KDRAMA REVIEW|| SIX FLYING DRAGON

  1. I’ve been binge-watching a few KDramas during this time as well. Finishing up some I had started and never completed, such as Bring It On, Ghost and then starting a couple that didn’t work for me and ended up dropping.

  2. Gosh I remember watching this drama, I was all for the drama not the romance, this bring back memories. My kdram current list are Nobody Knows and Memorist

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