Ang Tanging Ina, Kung Fu Divas, and Feelenial Star Ai Ai Delas Alas posted her opinion on ‘The King: Eternal Monarch’ through an Instagram Post.
On May 24, the TV Host & Actress gained the attention of K-Drama fans due to her Instagram account about the ongoing drama ‘The King: Eternal Monarch’. In her post, she stated, “THE KING .. sa netflix kung hindi lang si Lee Minho ang bida nito hindi ako mag tyatyagang bigyan to ng chance pero sorry hindi kagandahan itong palabas na ‘to para sa aking panlasa.” (The main motivation behind why I watched this Series on Netflix is because Lee Min Ho is the principal cast and I won’t take a risk to watch this Series since it sometimes falls short for my preference for a dramatization.”.)
The actress also mentioned Kim-Eun Sook, the scriptwriter behind hit Korean dramas, including tvN’s “Guardian”, “Mr. Sunshine” (2018), KBS’s “Descendants of the Sun” (2016), and “The Heirs”(2013). She now serves as the scriptwriter for ‘The King: Eternal Monarch. The actress questioned, “Siya ang sumulat ang tanong ANYARE? Talagang hindi ako maka relate. Hindi ako makakapit sa story.” (Isn’t she the scriptwriter?? I just wanna ask, what happened??? I really can’t relate and I don’t think I can hold on to the story.).
Furthermore, the actress started comparing the ongoing drama to ‘Itaewon Class’ starring Park Seo-Joon. She mentioned that the drama (referring to ‘Itaewon Class’) is very simple but people will anticipate it’s next episodes compared to (referring to ‘The King: Eternal Monarch’) which she already gave 5 chances and wants to stop watching it.
Moreover, she stated in her post that she is wondering why the drama is at #2 trending spot on Netflix. She ended her post by stating “Sorry idol kita magaling ka pa din actor pero yung flow ng story waley talaga. @actorleeminho” (Sorry. You’re my idol and you’re a great actor but the flow of the story is not really good).
The King: Eternal Monarch is a 2020 romantic-fantasy South Korean television series, starring Lee Min-ho, Kim Go-eun, and Woo Do-hwan in the lead roles. Produced by Hwa&Dam Pictures and its parent company Studio Dragon. You can watch the drama SBS TV and Netflix every Friday and Saturday.
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