Category Archives: The Princess’ Man

Kim Yeongcheol on Mun Chaewon and Park Shihu

       This is my another translation of the short recapitulation of the interview with Kim Yeongcheol who plays Grand Prince Suyang (King Sejo) where he talks about the story and two leads in this story. I’m not a butthurt … Continue reading

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Blood, lot of blood.

       As we are left with only four more episodes to go, without any talk of extending (thanks for that!), the ending is still open. As I mentioned it earlier, I will accept any scenario, tragic or filled with … Continue reading

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Cuts

       Yes, I will write that publicly – FileFactory is a bunch of non-professionals. I stored there my files, because they promised to “keep your files for-eva” (say that with Latrine’s accent and you’ll get my point). Well, apparently … Continue reading

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TPM – another background

8 people including Kim Jil and Jong The Princess’ Man is heavily inlaid with politics. It takes up over 50% of the time screen. Various meetings, scheming, subterfuges and traps set in such a way it’s practically impossible to avoid. … Continue reading

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TPM Ep 19 Preview

Oh well, as in the title… Now let me take my cardiac drops again…

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Park Shihu’s metamorphosis

   What is the best way to spend a boring hour of consultations when no one is coming? Of course with your friendly uncle google. This may lead to short yet cute articles. I wrote cute, because this one I … Continue reading

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TPM – short notice

   I’m gathering material for new post with Official Administrations and such stuff that appear on TPM along with few words on the famous “six martyred ministers”. So far, while looking for more info on buddhist temples I found this: … Continue reading

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