Well, I’ve always thought he was good-looking, and has a good built, but never was I crazy for him. But how i wish i can travel to Goryeo now, and hope that he can carry me on his left shoulder (or right shoulder)… And be my knight in shining armor. Anyway, it’s really nice to see them having fun on the set. The cast is getting along really well, with Kim Hee Sun and Lee Min Ho even competing on some handphone game, snatching each others’ phone to level up or something like that.
Kim Hee Sun acts like a mother on the set, and it’s pretty cute to see them off screen, having fun. She’s so cute with Ryu Deok Hwan.
As much as she lacks in acting, we can’t deny her beauty, from over a decade ago.. or what she said on Running Man, since birth.
As you can see, coordi-noonas’ are having the time of their lives.
I’ve mentioned how much fun I’m having, watching Faith right? But don’t take my words for it, I’m probably just intrigued by fantasy sageuks at the moment, since its a fresh genre for me. Of course, I’m really enjoying it despite it’s flaws, like bad acting, bad editing, and all. But i love the story, and how history comes into place. It doesn’t help that we have lovely couples in the show, and cute warriors… Honorable mentions: Dae Man, Deok Man. So as much as it isn’t a great drama, it’s really interesting, making me want for more with each episode. Just lower your expectations, and it’ll be a great ride. Of course, episode 1-2 was really horrid, i would have dropped it then and there, but thankfully, i didn’t, and now, I’m happy. I take the flaws with a pinch of salt, especially when I’ve always been clear with Kim Hee Sun’s standard of acting, and I’ve seen way worse editing from China dramas, so it became an enjoyable watch for me.