Archive for the ‘Janggeum’s Dream’ Category

Janggeum’s Dream: Episode 51 Commentary

Saturday, November 15th, 2008

The envelope Yeong-ro had apparently came from Janggeum. For whatever reason, I take it she was due to prepare a meal for the ailing old man, but because she wanted to check up on Sin-ssi (and probably tell her that the criminals had been caught), the task was passed on to Geum-yeong and Yeong-ro.


Janggeum’s Dream: Episode 50 Commentary

Saturday, November 8th, 2008

Things certainly have taken a turn for the worst for the Choe family. I know Jeong-ho headed Choe Pansul’s capture, but who was behind having Lady Choe and Geum-yeong imprisoned? They must have been taken in just in case they were working with Pansul.


Janggeum’s Dream: Episode 49 Commentary

Saturday, November 1st, 2008

I’m glad to see the series didn’t try to go in the direction of Janggeum’s mother still being alive. When the yin-yang man said something about Janggeum’s charm, and presumably about her mother, he could have recognized the design and knew which village Janggeum was from.


Janggeum’s Dream: Episode 48 Commentary

Saturday, October 25th, 2008

As I expected from the next episode preview from the end of the last episode, Hwan is one of the good guys. What I didn’t expect was the return of Haeya. Seeing the two side-by-side, they looked as if they could be siblings (or at the very least cousins), and I gather as much to be true by the reactions of the group when Hwan says something about the two of them.


Janggeum’s Dream: Episode 47 Commentary

Saturday, October 18th, 2008

The three who had left the group in the building and set it on fire look impressed to see they made it out alive. I’m not certain who their target is. If it’s any of the girls it would be Janggeum, or there’s Lady Han, but it probably isn’t one of the soldiers. Whichever they’re after, they add another three to the quickly growing cast of villians, alongside the possibly-defeated white-haired man, and the old woman. There’s also the masked man. His hair could be the same as Hwan’s, but anywhere where one can compare (such as the lower back, or upper front) is covered.