If you are going to go out, then you need to go out like Lee Kyu! He not only protected the King politically, he also got rid of his biggest Royal threat, and all at the same time! But there is still trouble brewing, Daebi is still out there plotting, there is another prince somewhere that might want that throne (with Daebi’s help), and the army is still two days away! Goodness, y’all. I can not wait to watch.
The coup is here! The intensity that has been building is finally coming to a head! Yesterday’s episode was crazy intense. I am actually very worried about anyone surviving. Most pressingly, Lee Kyu. He had his happy moment with his love, Woon-sim, had a very respectable and touching moment with Hasun, and gave up his position to help at the border. It was a heroes send off, which makes me think that his days are numbered. Is Chisoo going to be the one to do it??? Say it ain’t so!
Two more episodes left after today y’all! That last episode was so satisfying to watch! I was on pins and needles through the entire thing so I didn’t really get a chance to really enjoy Hasun’s reunion with his family members. I always thought someone would be listening in and figure out that he really wasn’t the real King.
The face off begins! I am stunned because I thought they didn’t have enough episodes left to address all the situations they have set up. But now I think they have too many episodes left after Hasun revealed to Chisoo that he is the clown he threw 2 cents at. How are they going to make this work for 4 episodes (including today)?
We have a Queens life to save, a Chinese ambassador to please, a Jurchen war to stop, an impending coup forming, and an arrow in the back for good measure. There is so much happening! But it all fits together so well! Y’all, there are only 4 episodes after this one. Hoping for a happy ending, but preparing myself for a tragic one. (But hoping for a happy one, did I say that?)
The show that let me wanting in that closing scene of the last episode is back! That ending scene was so well done y’all and then they just ending with a black screen and credits. I mean what! I was stunned that an hour had already passed AND they left me with that high of an ending. It wasn’t even a cliffhanger and yet I felt like I was dangling by my fingertips! It will be hard to eclipse that, though I am so hoping that they will try.
The ending of that last episode made me feel so alive. How can they put so much triumph in one moment, goodness! That stare Hasun gave Moo-young with all his grit and determination to get out of that hole will stay with me. I need to catch this kids other dramas, y’all. I heard Circle was good, so I need to hop on that.
Loved loved loved the first two episodes of this drama. They were intense to a level I did not expect. Though I love the intensity, I’m not sure if I can hang with this level, people were just dying left and right. The Kthree’s Marisa did say that the tone in the movie version did slightly changed once the Clown is King. So, that’s something for my nerves to look forward to.
The stakes are raised, like woah, y’all. This is one of the best second episodes I have seen in awhile. Everyone has something to get or hope for and, after this episode, pretty much everyone has someone they want completely destroyed.
Watched the first two episodes of The Crowned Clown yesterday and was completely absorbed in the story, the production value, the acting, and just everything. I loved it so much! I feel like I am setting myself up to be this taken with a kdrama so early on, but my emotions feel what they feel, y’all.
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