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Crown Prince Lee Shin and Crown Princess Chae Gyung’s love story is the typical I-was-not-meaning-to-fall-for-you-but-I-fall-anyway romance.
You will love how the marriage for convenience and ancestor’s promise to marry their future descendants pave the way to one of Korea’s most endeared romance tales of young love.
What we all hope for is that all our favorite shippy couples end up like Eugene and Ki Tae Young.
Onscreen chemistry: middling (great from him, okay from her – likely due to the acting ability disparity between them since Lee Byung Hun is just a much much better actor than Song Hye Kyo when they filmed All In).
In the end, it’s their lives, and I’m just a happy viewer of their acting projects, wishing every one of them happiness with whomever they end up with.
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Sprinkled with melodramatic tones, the lead girl’s vibrant presence and the hero’s quirky surprising humor neutralize the heavy layers of the plot.To complicate the love picture, Prince Shin’s cousin – Prince Yul returns to Korea, and eventually grows fond of the princess as well.If not for his father’s death, he was supposed to become the Crown Prince.Modernizing the usual Royal Family’s internal power struggle as its main driving conflict, the romance prospered for the couple who had difficulty admitting their true feelings.Threading on a smooth love progression, the narrative draws its addictive hook from how the love begins from nothing at all to I-want-you-to be-always-beside-me kind of adoration.
Offscreen chemistry: sizzling Status: Kaput after 2 years.