Re: [WangGuhn] Re: It's that Viceroy again!
- View Sourceagain guys i know i'm late but just reading for first time.hey fret what u said about WC is half right but in this seriesthe rebellion is being played as "a good guy"by one of kd'sbest "good guy" actors(think name kim myung-kook).is koreannewspapaers entertainment sections,they view the rebellionas needed.as ui-bang, u be right on the subject of dah fishes.besides the importantpoint doesn't seem to be ui-bang so much as his relationship & affecton ui-min.btw........ms. linda i think u recommended the "generals & scholars"novelby edward schultz. excellent!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 3chaps to go till end. makes AOW mindboggle ling!!!!!!!!!!!!!can't wait for each eppy!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! thanks for info!!!!!!!!
fretless_ib <fretless_ib@...> wrote:
Some interesting posts about the Warriors.
It's true, men through out history have gotten themselves into
trouble with the same problems; power, money, and women.
When will they ever learn?
Anyhow, isn't it ironic that the Viceroy from the West Capitol
is leading an uprising? I was thinking about Wang Guhn's cousin
and how much trouble he caused in D.O.T.E. Now another one
from the West Capitol, and then there's the former Superior General
who played him in DAWN......not much different.
He plays a "bad guy" well.
I have a feeling that Ui Bang's days are numbered, well according to
our narrator anyway.
If he does "swim wit' dah fishes," I'm sure going to miss that
character. This drama has kept me on the edge of my seat from the
beginning. So that's my comentery for today.
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