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js.src = "//connect.facebook.net/en_US/sdk.js"; But as always, I approach with cautious optimism. Fingers crossed.. would love to hang on all the way with everyone here on dramabeans!! agree. Yeah, it's even more confusing because the drama itself keeps referencing the Yuan, and is explicitly turning this into a pro-Yuan vs. pro-Ming conflict. Please report us immediately (with short video or screenshot) when you see these ads.

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However, Lee Bang-won clashed with Jung Do-jeon and his differing ideals for how to govern the nation; he was therefore unhappy, to put it mildly, when Taejo named a different son as his successor.

The old man just figures Bang-won for a hungry beggar and orders him turned out.

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Director Shin Kyung-Soo and screenwriters Kim Young-Hyun & Park Sang-Yeon previously worked together in 2011 SBS drama series "Tree With Deep Roots.".

Also, a little confused by the timing of everything (didn't catch a date at the beginning, sorry if there was one). }(document, 'script', 'facebook-jssdk')); I’m always wary of jumping onboard a long-running drama, because man that is a time commitment, but I did find Six Flying Dragons rather strong in its premiere. (I hope). Sign up to enjoy Asian TV shows and movies, and continue where you left off.

Its getting so very intressting. Bang-won informs his father and brothers of the injustices going on under Lee In-gyeom’s roof, and all are appropriately horrified and press Lee Seong-gye to do something about it. Kyaaaaa~!

Well, aside from the bad guys on Lee In-gyeom’s side, because in standard sageuk fashion, they seem selfish and avaricious to a simplistic degree. For instance, Bang-won looking up to his father as both a war hero and his personal hero, and declaring that he’ll be just like him in punishing betrayers. Ratings are all.. quite low. Of course, they don’t know where that is… But the littlest urchin among them, GAB-BOON, pipes up that she knows where that big house is, and Bang-won lights up. Well. Next we meet their foes, the old guard of the Goryeo dynasty, led by crafty politician LEE IN-GYEOM. var js, fjs = d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0]; Not sure what all this business w/ Lord of the Pigs is in light of that. The two men draw their swords and reclaim young Bang-won, only to be stopped by the urchin siblings: Boon-yi and Ddang-sae accuse the bodyguard of kidnapping their mother, pointing to the image on the letter as proof.

Correction: Lee Seong-gye would of been the great-great-grandfather. I'm already loving Kim Myung Min and Byun Yo Han even though we barely saw them this episode. You can tell from this episode that he hasn't changed his old ways. Or, in other words, Joseon’s first three kings, in reverse order.

I'm thinking this takes place during the reign of King Woo b/c of all the hysteria about the Ming (though I'm not sure why it's being posed as ~we need to cut ties with the Yuan. He did rule strongly and effectively for eighteen years, and was father to King Sejong, considered the greatest king in Korean history. But I suppose that’s less of a concern since I don’t expect Lee In-gyeom to be the primary source of conflict—not when we have a richer conflict between our two headliners, Bang-won and Jung Do-jeon. The young man (Yoo Ah-in) speaks earnestly, calling him Teacher and saying he has waited a long time to see him. Lee Seong-gye makes preparations to head for the capital, and Bang-won insists (and pouts and pouts) that he be allowed to go too, whining that all his big brothers have been but he’s always left behind. I'm about to start my first 50-ep drama too. There were some Jurchens during the Ming dynasty but they deal mostly with Ming. Her grandfather would of been King Sejong. Dramacool regularly updates new technology. But first, they have to find themselves an easy mark so they can feed themselves for the day.

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I'm definitely curious as to how they're going to shape the character of Bang Won.

"But the kids are cute (good casting there).". Also excited to see Yoon Kyun-sang's take on Moo-hyul, my favorite character from TWDR!

Thanks for the nice recap and background. You all will betray Goryeo in the end. I'm just guessing just to make some sense out of this.

But Lee In-gyeom is a shrewd old codger, and he understands that you can neutralize a threat by either winning them to your side by fulfilling their ambitions, or by cowing them by utilizing their fears against them. Lee In-gyeom says he’s finally starting to understand the general, having previously wondered what drove him to throw himself into battle heroically and protect his people and never show much thirst for politics. I always find recaps especially helpful with the historical dramas since the plots and intrigue can get so convoluted. Like I said, it’s early days yet, and much of my hope is hanging on things that have not happened.

Pro-Yuan, those loyal to Goryeo (In-gyeon, General Choi Young, Jeong Mong-ju etc) and Pro Ming, those in favor of a new government (Lee Seong-gye, Jung Do-jeon etc). Young-kyu chases, and the urchin crew joins in on the hunt. Lee In-gyeom assures him that only the two of them know.

I am really interested to see how they handle the history though.

I’m surprised at how much I like little Boon-yi (and her sweet but kinda dense oppa Ddang-sae), and if she retains that sassiness as an adult, I could very well really love the main romance between Yoo Ah-in and Shin Se-kyung. Character teaser roll call for all Six Flying Dragons; Four Flying Dragons down, two left to go; Yoo Ah-in takes up the sword in Six Flying Dragons; Shin Se-kyung reunites with Yoo Ah-in in Six Flying Dragons; Baek Jin-hee drops Six Flying Dragons; Six Flying Dragons … Watched some of the first episode, thought it was trying to be grandiose and epic but fell a bit short. I have never watched a 50-episode drama, so we'll see how it goes!