Sep. 11th, 2012

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Did anyone else see the new haircut and think 'Bidam!!!!' Just me? Ahhh, Bidam, light of my heart...



This is not related to anything in the episode, but I keep thinking that the best ending for Eun Soo would be to go back to her own time - 21st century is better than 14th century, even if the former is Choi Young-less. And the more the drama goes on, the more it is evident that CY is a person of his own time and would stick out badly in the 21st century. Even if that was fixed, I'd think it would create pretty drastic changes in history if Eun Soo took him away 40+ years too early and thus all his battle victories and politics wouldn't have happened (not that it bothers her, seeing that she invited him to go with her back in ep 7). OTOH, Qing Chuan brought the Eighth Prince into modern time in Gong (I would have KILLED to be present at that conversation with her mother - 'sorry I've been missing for a while but, on the plus side, I got married. Mommy, meet my new husband, an 18th-century Qing royal'). OTOH (I am running out of hands here), Eight was only taken to the present right about the time he historically died - whether he disappeared into white time-travelling light or got offed by Yongzheng had little effect on history. Hmmm, but maybe this is an alternate timeline anyway? Seeing that I am pretty sure historical Choi Young didn't have wuxia powers...

My head hurts.

Anyway, on to the amazing episode itself )

Ep 10, here I come!
dangermousie: (Faith OTP by vierran45)
Did anyone else see the new haircut and think 'Bidam!!!!' Just me? Ahhh, Bidam, light of my heart...



This is not related to anything in the episode, but I keep thinking that the best ending for Eun Soo would be to go back to her own time - 21st century is better than 14th century, even if the former is Choi Young-less. And the more the drama goes on, the more it is evident that CY is a person of his own time and would stick out badly in the 21st century. Even if that was fixed, I'd think it would create pretty drastic changes in history if Eun Soo took him away 40+ years too early and thus all his battle victories and politics wouldn't have happened (not that it bothers her, seeing that she invited him to go with her back in ep 7). OTOH, Qing Chuan brought the Eighth Prince into modern time in Gong (I would have KILLED to be present at that conversation with her mother - 'sorry I've been missing for a while but, on the plus side, I got married. Mommy, meet my new husband, an 18th-century Qing royal'). OTOH (I am running out of hands here), Eight was only taken to the present right about the time he historically died - whether he disappeared into white time-travelling light or got offed by Yongzheng had little effect on history. Hmmm, but maybe this is an alternate timeline anyway? Seeing that I am pretty sure historical Choi Young didn't have wuxia powers...

My head hurts.

Anyway, on to the amazing episode itself )

Ep 10, here I come!
dangermousie: (Faith OTP by vierran45)
Did anyone else see the new haircut and think 'Bidam!!!!' Just me? Ahhh, Bidam, light of my heart...



This is not related to anything in the episode, but I keep thinking that the best ending for Eun Soo would be to go back to her own time - 21st century is better than 14th century, even if the former is Choi Young-less. And the more the drama goes on, the more it is evident that CY is a person of his own time and would stick out badly in the 21st century. Even if that was fixed, I'd think it would create pretty drastic changes in history if Eun Soo took him away 40+ years too early and thus all his battle victories and politics wouldn't have happened (not that it bothers her, seeing that she invited him to go with her back in ep 7). OTOH, Qing Chuan brought the Eighth Prince into modern time in Gong (I would have KILLED to be present at that conversation with her mother - 'sorry I've been missing for a while but, on the plus side, I got married. Mommy, meet my new husband, an 18th-century Qing royal'). OTOH (I am running out of hands here), Eight was only taken to the present right about the time he historically died - whether he disappeared into white time-travelling light or got offed by Yongzheng had little effect on history. Hmmm, but maybe this is an alternate timeline anyway? Seeing that I am pretty sure historical Choi Young didn't have wuxia powers...

My head hurts.

Anyway, on to the amazing episode itself )

Ep 10, here I come!
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and OMG did Eun Soo just unknowingly save the life of the man who kills Choi Young, according to history? OMFG!
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and OMG did Eun Soo just unknowingly save the life of the man who kills Choi Young, according to history? OMFG!
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and OMG did Eun Soo just unknowingly save the life of the man who kills Choi Young, according to history? OMFG!

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