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Three Musketeers: Episode 10

In what might be the best episode yet (again), our boys race against the clock to save their friend and their princess, who may or may not have totally owned this hour with her strength of will and ultimate display of courage in the face of almost certain doom. Same goes for our three musketeers and their plus one, too—everyone pulls their weight this episode, and the synergy created makes for an engrossingly enjoyable watch. Would you have expected anything less?

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EPISODE 10: “One For All, All For One”

When we last left off, Dal-hyang was about to turn into No-soo’s human pincushion after finding himself underneath the floorboards in Ingguldai’s room—but this hour begins by rewinding back to the point where Ingguldai first attacked Dal-hyang in a drug-fueled haze.

While a disguised No-soo had been sneaking around outside, Dal-hyang did his best to try and dodge the big swing we saw Ingguldai take before, the one that splashed blood back onto the general’s face. Now we see that he did in fact land a hit on Dal-hyang, but it could’ve been worse: He nicked Dal-hyang’s thigh when he probably meant to decapitate him.

Ingguldai had tried to stab him again, but Dal-hyang jumped away in time and knocked him out with a vase to the head. That’s when one of No-soo’s men entered to finish what Ingguldai couldn’t, but Dal-hyang was able to defend himself and stab his assailant first.

Before his attacker stopped breathing, Dal-hyang had demanded to know why he tried to kill him, only for the man to eke out that he’d been sent to find out if Ingguldai had killed him yet.

Left confused and wounded, Dal-hyang had no way to escape out the high window or the hallway, especially when he could hear No-soo and another would-be assassin approaching.

He bought himself a few spare minutes by rigging a door lock and, in an unexpected turn of events, used Ingguldai’s sword to behead the man he just killed. (Smart, Dal-hyang!)

So by the time No-soo and his man broke into the room, they found Ingguldai unconscious and a man they presumed to be Dal-hyang beheaded. Dal-hyang had left the body with his identity tag and the prince’s sword to add credibility to the ruse, and hid himself and the decapitated head beneath the floorboards.

Dal-hyang had already begun to fade in and out of consciousness by the time No-soo arranged Ingguldai’s body at his desk and dumped the drugged wine on the floor—and after being doused in the wine, Dal-hyang passed out completely.

Cue the scene everyone else stumbled upon, with an unconscious Ingguldai holding a bloody sword next to a decapitated body. No-soo and his lackey were chased off in their effort to find the missing head, not quite believing that it could be Dal-hyang’s.

Flash forward to the present, with No-soo back at the scene of the crime. Since he’d suspected foul play from the beginning, No-soo begins stabbing through the floor, and Dal-hyang doesn’t have enough time to react as No-soo’s sword comes down…

…And lands solidly in his arm. Dal-hyang covers his mouth to stifle any noise of pain he might make, even though No-soo knows he’s got him once he spots the fresh blood on his blade and prepares to stab down again.

Having arrived in Anju because he’s heard about the suspicious circumstances surrounding Dal-hyang’s maybe-death, Sohyeon confronts an unusually jovial Kim Ja-jeom over what happened under his roof. He reiterates that his visit should remain a secret, but he certainly can’t be foolish enough to expect Kim Ja-jeom to do him any favors, right?

Kim Ja-jeom tells Sohyeon that there’s nothing more to what happened than a murder case, all but clucking his tongue at Seung-po and Min-seo for telling the prince otherwise. But he’s practically giddy when he tells Sohyeon that Ingguldai isn’t there to answer for his crime, as we cut to the town square where Ingguldai is set to be executed.

Now we’re as present as present can be, since Ingguldai’s fate had been left on an uncertain(-ly bleak) note. No sooner does Kim Ja-jeom mention him that we see the executioner swinging his sword for the killing blow.

Someone gets hurt, it’s just not clear at first whether it was Ingguldai. But all hell breaks loose when the executioner, who’s been shot by an arrow before he could kill Ingguldai, keels to the floor.

Snipers from the rooftop take out all the attending guards before a masked man cuts Ingguldai free. It turns out that this event has already happened, and what we saw was Kim Ja-jeom’s version of the scene as he lays it out for Sohyeon, even though he claims not to know who saved Ingguldai and helped him flee. (Ten bucks says it’s Kim Ja-jeom.)

Sohyeon must suspect the same, but he doesn’t have any hard evidence to use against Kim Ja-jeom—and no one knows that better than the guilty minister himself.

As if on cue, Kim Ja-jeom hands the three musketeers a box that he claims contains the head of Dal-hyang, and even though Seung-po reluctantly looks inside to see that it is a head, his devastation at the idea that it could be Dal-hyang’s prevents him from looking too long—and that’s exactly what Kim Ja-jeom wants.

Sure, Kim Ja-jeom claims that it’s Dal-hyang’s head even though decomposition has made it impossible to distinguish his features, and expects the three of them to just believe him at face value. I know our boys are smarter than that.

Poor Seung-po and Min-seo are beside themselves, but Sohyeon continues to look Kim Ja-jeom square in the eye as he just goes on, and on, and on… until Sohyeon finally snaps and punches him in the face—not once, not twice, but repeatedly until he’s pulled away.

And after a brief attempt by the two other musketeers to stop Sohyeon, they decide to join in the brawl against Kim Ja-jeom’s men, at least until they’re stopped by the governor of Anju. He has the three musketeers arrested (does he not know what Sohyeon looks like?), while Kim Ja-jeom watches on, laughing maniacally.

Because Yoon-seo can’t tell her mother the actual reason behind her visit, Mom naturally assumes the worst and thinks that Sohyeon dumping Yoon-seo off at her natal home means he’s getting rid of her for good.

But Yoon-seo receives an unexpected visitor in Mi-ryung, who arrives dressed as a noble lady under a false identity. Yoon-seo’s fist clenches the moment she recognizes her, but she says nothing until they’re in private.

Only then does she confront Mi-ryung over her broken promise that she’d never reappear in front of her or Sohyeon again, but Mi-ryung just wears her signature condescending smirk as she tells the princess that she’s just returned from Anju and hands her Dal-hyang’s nametag: “Park Dal-hyang died in Anju.”

Yoon-seo’s eyes go wide as she remembers her husband being dodgy when she suspected he’d heard bad news, and now assumes that he’d heard about Dal-hyang’s death and kept the truth from her. Oh no.

The three musketeers find themselves in yokes and shackles, facing the box that supposedly contains their friend’s decomposing head. Seung-po can’t help but think of the eunuch whose job it was to report back to the king that Yoon-seo’s hairpin had been found in Ingguldai’s room, and how he’d made the eunuch agree to hold off on the report if Seung-po could prove that the rumors about the princess were fabricated by finding Dal-hyang alive. So much for that.

It soon becomes clear that the governor of Anju doesn’t know who Sohyeon is, and Kim Ja-jeom is intent on keeping it that way. (For now.) But the whole point of lording that power over Sohyeon is so he can use it at will—but he won’t have to, he claims, if Sohyeon will only join hands with him.

Kim Ja-jeom then admits that he was behind saving Ingguldai from the executioner’s sword, and that he’ll let the general return to his home country like Sohyeon so badly wants if he agrees to their partnership. He even sweetens the deal by promising that he’ll save the princess from being executed after she’s dethroned. How magnanimous of him.

Meanwhile, Mi-ryung attempts to further convince the princess that Dal-hyang is dead, much in the way Kim Ja-jeom was doing to the three musketeers. They both know that Yoon-seo doesn’t have the hairpin she’d need to prove her innocence to the king, so it’s only a matter of time before she’ll be dethroned.

“Why are you telling me all this?” The princess asks, clearly struggling to keep her composure in front of her rival.

Mi-ryung: “Once you are dethroned, it is said that I will be the next princess. I truly did intend to disappear, and I wished for happiness for the two of you. But at those words… yes, I wavered at those words.

I thought it was impossible, because I dared to hang onto an unattainable dream to become princess. But they say it is possible. That I can dream. So I am sorry to Your Highness, but I have decided to dream once again. If you were awaiting news of the hairpin, I believe it has gone to hell, so I came to offer a suggestion. The letter will not arrive. Therefore I came to offer a suggestion to find a different way.”

Yoon-seo’s face turns into a mask of horror once those words truly sink in: “‘A different way?’ Are you… telling me to take my own life?” Mi-ryung just smiles, “I simply suggested a different method.”

Out of prison (for now), the three musketeers watch on in solemn silence as a sobbing Pan-swe buries the box they think contains Dal-hyang’s head.

Yoon-seo paces worriedly in her room that night as she flashes back to asking Minister Choi if the news of someone dying was about Dal-hyang. He confirms it to be true, but can’t dwell on the sad affair long when Yoon-seo still doesn’t have the hairpin—and though he wants to try having a forgery made, Yoon-seo is too devastated by the news to have any hope that they’d fool the king.

Now that she’s had time to process the thought that Dal-hyang is dead, Yoon-seo cries for him. Another flashback reveals that she’d asked Mi-ryung if she truly thought Sohyeon would accept her as his wife, and Mi-ryung had said he would—because doing so would be his only way to save Ingguldai.

Even though she recognized that her plan was to blackmail Sohyeon into marrying her, Mi-ryung seemed confident that he’d come around eventually.

Suddenly though, Yoon-seo stops her pacing and fixates on a rafter in her room. Oh no. Don’t you dare, Yoon-seo!

After sharing a drink in silence with Seung-po and Min-seo, Sohyeon finally breaks it to announce that he’ll do what Kim Ja-jeom wants. It seems like his defeatist attitude has a lot to do with Dal-hyang, whom he remembers fondly as being loyal and true.

Because he feels guilty for failing to protect Dal-hyang, Sohyeon now doubts his ability to be king and is ready to just give up. When Seung-po asks what this means for Yoon-seo, Sohyeon says that doing so will at least keep her alive, like Kim Ja-jeom said. Everything just like Kim Ja-jeom said.

Later that night, Yoon-seo’s court lady enters her mistress’ dark bedroom, only to drop her tray and jaw when she spots the noose Yoon-seo has hung from the rafters.

But by the grace of the dramagods, Yoon-seo isn’t hanging from it.

Her court lady finds her outside, surprised when she doesn’t meet a suicidal woman but a resolute princess who announces that she’ll be returning to the palace.

Now that he knows Sohyeon is (reluctantly) willing to play ball with him, Kim Ja-jeom hands over a contract for him to sign stating that the next wife he’ll take as crown princess will be from Kim’s family. What better way to get closer to the throne than to insert a relative into the royal family?

But it’s not just a relative of his, and Sohyeon suspects as much when he flat-out asks if it’s Hyang-sun/Mi-ryung. Kim Ja-jeom doesn’t deny it, but when he says that he took her in because he felt sorry for her near-dead state, Sohyeon begins to shake with rage.

Yoon-seo brings her palace-bound envoy to a halt when she spots Mi-ryung by the road, and ushers her to her palanquin. Already Mi-ryung can see that Yoon-seo is not the meek thing she just confronted, which Yoon-seo confirms by noting that she’s still alive—despite Mi-ryung’s wishes to the contrary.

Of course, Mi-ryung says she never wanted the princess dead, only that Yoon-seo has failed to preserve her honor by not killing herself first. But Yoon-seo disagrees: first, because she knows Dal-hyang wouldn’t die so easily and being shown his nametag isn’t enough to convince her otherwise.

And second, because she knows Sohyeon well enough to know that even if he doesn’t love her, she knows he wouldn’t shun her just to take in a murderess as his wife: “We’ll see which of us is right. Even if I die, I will die in the palace as a crown princess.” Add to that a How dare someone like you presume to tell me how to live, and Yoon-seo has just taken Mi-ryung to school.

Maybe it’s because Kim Ja-jeom senses Sohyeon’s reluctance to make his mark on the marriage contract that he makes sure to mention that it’s the only way to save both Ingguldai and Yoon-seo. Sohyeon’s hand shakes as he takes up the ink brush to sign…

…But they’re interrupted when they hear someone say they’re looking for the “Three Musketeers” by name, only for the little Manchu girl who had eyes for Dal-hyang, Tani, to come bursting through the door.

She’s dragged straight out, but Sohyeon picks up on her use of “Three Musketeers” because he’d only ever called their group that in front of Dal-hyang way back when, which means no one else BUT Dal-hyang would know it.

Kim Ja-jeom has no idea why Seung-po and Min-seo go running from the room, and even Sohyeon has to work to suppress a happy smile. Dal-hyang is alive!

We revisit Dal-hyang in a flashback: While he’d still been underneath the floorboards, he overheard Kim Ja-jeom telling his lackey to find his head at all costs—because a living Dal-hyang would mean the end of Kim’s plans for Ingguldai and Yoon-seo’s dethronement.

But No-soo, having known Dal-hyang wasn’t dead after identifying the corpse as one of his men, guessed Dal-hyang’s hiding place beneath the floor and sought to finish the job.

And in another timeline reveal that’s inching ever closer to Nine proportions, Tani leads a group to the crime scene where No-soo’s just stabbed Dal-hyang, meaning that we’re finally in the present. (Which is still technically in the past, since this entire story is being read in the future-past while being consumed by us in the present-future. Orrr is it?)

Since Dal-hyang had asked the men who found him to hide him and tell no one of his presence, he wakes up to find Tani keeping vigil at his bedside. The kindly man with Tani can speak both Manchu and Joseon languages, and is thus able to tell Dal-hyang that everyone thinks he’s been killed by Ingguldai.

Dal-hyang worries about the danger everyone (read: Yoon-seo) in the capital will be facing unless he can get word to them that he’s alive, but can’t get word to them fast enough. But aw, the kindly caretaker went through the trouble to retrieve the sword Sohyeon gave Dal-hyang from his “grave” in order to return it to him.

As the caretaker tells him how the sword was put there by three men, a flashback reveals Sohyeon reverently sticking the sword in the mound of dirt with tears—yes, bonafide human tears—streaking down his cheeks. All three of them were crying for him.

In the present(?), Dal-hyang can’t help but smile thinking of the Three Musketeers, overjoyed that they’re in the same city. In order to keep his Not Dead status a secret, he’d instructed the kindly caretaker to just look for the “Three Musketeers” by a moniker only they would recognize.

Cue Tani combing through the entire town asking, “Three Musketeers? Three Musketeers?” until the right party actually heard her. She happily leads the way for Seung-po and Min-seo while Sohyeon slams down the brush and tears down Kim Ja-jeom’s contract.

Kim warns him that he won’t get this offer again, but Sohyeon could not care less when he was threatened with a wife swap as well as Ingguldai’s death. Now it’s Kim Ja-jeom who should be afraid of him, Sohyeon warns.

With a little ingenuity, No-soo manages to track a still-recovering Dal-hyang down to his safe house for a fight to the death. Though the tracking shot only lasts a little under a minute, it’s still a fun, edge-of-your-seat way to follow Dal-hyang as he fights off multiple lackeys in his attempt to escape.

He’s finally overwhelmed by No-soo’s men, but before one of them can strike him, three swords intercede to block the one headed straight for Dal-hyang. There’s no time for chitchat as Sohyeon tells him to ride straight to the capital—he can only save the princess if he proves he’s not dead.

But at least there’s room for a little bit of bromantic humor as Sohyeon makes sure to mention that it’s not an everyday occurrence for him, the crown prince, to be protecting instead of being protected—but that’s just how important Dal-hyang’s life is today. D’aw.

Seung-po doesn’t let Dal-hyang leave without tipping his gat in a proper goodbye, since he didn’t get to say one when Dal-hyang selfishly died earlier.

After joining in with the three of them in raising their swords together, Dal-hyang is sent on his way. The cherry on top of the friendship sundae comes when Pan-swe happily delivers Dal-hyang his horse and leaps to hug him, overjoyed to see him breathing.

Tani makes it in time to see him off, and Pan-swe, acting as her interpreter, calls after Dal-hyang that he has to keep his promise—you know, the one he made to marry Tani if she saved him. Haha. If only. (And in a few legal years, let’s not make this weird.)

And after a failed attempt to dissuade No-soo’s men from attacking a crown prince they don’t even recognize, they go to battle in style.

It’s Princess Jeongmyeong’s birthday, aka the deadline for Yoon-seo to wear her hairpin in front of the king and prove her innocence. All the ladies, including the birthday girl herself, are all maliciously excited to see if Yoon-seo shows up with the pin or not—but Yoon-seo still resolves to go without it, knowing full well what she’ll face.

As King Injo and Yoon-seo both head toward the party at the same time, the eunuch bearing the news of her supposed infidelity is stopped just moments before sealing her fate. Is it Dal-hyang?

Injo arrives at the party before the crown princess and is not pleased about it, which Yoon-seo finds out about on her approach. Still, she musters up the inner courage to enter, even though she can’t help wringing her hands in nervousness…

…Until something is suddenly placed in them. Not only is it her hairpin, but it’s Dal-hyang’s who’s taken a knee to hand it to her. “You were alive,” Yoon-seo whispers unsteadily, only for Dal-hyang to beam up at her: “Of course I was. I can’t die that easily. I’ll live for a long, long time to protect you, Your Highness. Don’t worry.”

Yoon-seo’s eyes fill with tears as she thanks him—not for the hairpin, but for being alive. Then, with the pin in place, she can face the king with her head held high. The second Injo sees it, he’s instantly ashamed for even suspecting her.

After confirming to a disbelieving Eunuch Kim that he’s very much not dead, Dal-hyang takes the damning letter he almost delivered to the king and rips it to pieces.

Things aren’t quite as rosy for Sohyeon and his buddies, who’ve been arrested by the town police (who are also too countrified to recognize him, hah) and are at the moment being carted through town like criminals.

Even though Sohyeon tells a curious officer that he is the crown prince, nobody believes him. At least Seung-po gets in a dig about hating the countryside while also digging for gold.

So when the officer demands a real answer, Sohyeon just grins and says they’re the Three Musketeers.

 
COMMENTS

So, so fun. I don’t know why I keep being surprised by how the show manages to give me new reasons to like it each week—or at the very least, reminds me of the good times it gave the week prior when it ventures a little darker. But it’s clear that Three Musketeers is out to give us a good time first and foremost, and I suppose the fact that it continues to deliver bigger and better times seems almost too good to be true. (That does NOT make it a dare, dramaland!)

I’m honestly not too sure if Kim Ja-jeom’s increasing toothlessness is intentional or not, since No-soo still manages to be something of a thorn in everyone’s side more than the man who’s supposedly pulling all the strings. And while his plots and plans come with just enough of an explanation to wobble on their own legs with all the finesse of a newborn giraffe, I can see the purpose they serve. It’s much easier to forgive a weaker plot point when everyone believes in it so fervently—because otherwise, if anyone were to consider the suspicious circumstances around Yoon-seo’s supposed affair with Ingguldai too hard, they’d probably realize how silly it was.

But! With our good guys racing against the clock to get that hairpin just in time to save her from being disgraced, the validity behind it ceased to matter in the face of their conviction. That’s not a catch-all excuse by any means, since what worked for the ticking time pin didn’t necessarily carry over to Kim Ja-jeom’s threat to salt the earth Sohyeon stood on if he didn’t marry his newly adopted niece.

The focus veered sharply away from Mi-ryung’s inner workings the moment she was revealed to be a murderer, and while it’s too early to call the shift disappointing, her development lately pales in comparison to the multi-layered treatment she was once graced with. I guess it’s fair that she very well may have lost her mind—or never really had it to begin with—but it’d be a shame to relegate her to the ranks of scorned second leads when she could be so much more. Now that the show can take as a dare.

If there was any slack in the line created by Mi-ryung’s recent turn, Yoon-seo picked it up and then some. This episode was such a gratifying watch for her character, who we can feel a sense of extra endearment toward now that we’ve seen her growing and coming into her own even in such a repressive environment. And what I probably loved most about the way her journey was staged this hour was how capable she was on her own to the very end, since she had no way to know that her world wasn’t going to end until her guardian angel literally swooped in at the last minute to save her. And with three more on the way, I get to say something to Yoon-seo I never thought I’d have reason to say before: You lucky, lucky girl.

 
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YESSSSSSS Omg I'm just loving this more and more!!! haha lol Thanks so much!!!

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Oh, and first commentor!!~~ Yayyyyy <3 hehe lol I'm so randomly hyper XD

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i was feeling hyper right after watching this too! and i was waiting for headsNo2 to post this review so that i can come over here to hype it with everyone else LOL!

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Best drama yet dis year. We cry, we laugh, and its belivable. Have enjoyed it to date. Wish we could get 2 episodes in a week.

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Thanks for the recap! :)

I really liked this episode and I feel like things for the characters are starting to gel a bit more - they've all developed a bit more, some more than others as you pointed out.

Seo Hyun-Jin is doing such an awesome job with her character - Yoon Seo is my favorite character thus far.

This drama is going to force me to be patient...not too many more episodes and then we wait until next year, right? I know other countries do this but this format feels so weird for kdramas.

Also, I hope that we don't experience any cast changes in future seasons - I like this bunch too much!!

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This episode was *so* intense. I can’t believe the season will be over soon.

My highlights:
• The suspense of the opening scene. But learn from my mistakes: do NOT watch it while you’re eating. Those maggots crawling across the bloody floor – eeeewwww.

• Dal-Hyang being such an eager little puppy about the prospect of “training” with Jung Gul Dae. “Oh, we’re going to train? Cool. Wait, I haven’t even warmed up yet. Wait, this is kind of rough. What are you-what the heck?!” It was just kind of funny, even if the humor was unintentional. Yong-hwa is so good in this drama; he’s pulling off a range of emotions with equal skill.

• Dal-Hyang being the one who went all Salome on the headless corpse – I didn’t expect that twist.

• The Crown Princess standing up to Mi-Ryung. I know Mi-Ryung is supposed to be this tortured character who elicits our sympathy, but I just wanted to throttle her in this episode. Her essentially telling the princess to commit suicide was so low – just what I’d expect from someone who threw a mentally challenged girl down a well. I could care less if it was some symbolic reflection of the Prince telling her to do the same thing. When the Crown Princess decided to stand up to her, I practically cheered. In the scene where the CP’s attendant finds her outside, and the CP practically growls, in this voice with an undercurrent of steel, “We’re going back to the palace,” I got literal chills down my spine. #TeamCP

• Prince Soehyeon sadly remembering his sweet memories of Dal-Hyang. The bromance is real!

• Dal-Hyang using “The Three Musketeers” as the phrase to let the guys know he’s alive. A nice callback to his coining the phrase, and the scene where they hear it and start grinning is great (not to mention the comic value of seeing Dal-Hyang’s rescuer go around to every guy she sees and try the phrase).

• And of course, the ending. Dal-Hyang handing the pin to the Crown Princess just in the nick of time and grinning all cockily about how he doesn’t die so easily . . .the Western-movie music . . . what can I say, I’m a sucker for a happy ending (even a temporary one).

As a side note, is anyone else loving the soundtrack as much as I am? The music underscores the scenes instead of overwhelming them (which, sadly, is rare in K-drama land), and all the songs are so catchy (I found myself humming that electric-guitar-backed, “All for one, all for one” song throughout the day).

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I love the soundtrack so much! I wish they'd release it faster. But it looks like they finally released one song so I'm happy :)

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Love the music and the way it matches the action. Reminds me a bit of MC Sniper in Chuno.

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can someone please tell me the title and singer of the OST I really love it! all for one, one for all!

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Kim Yong Jin (김용진 – 삼총사 (tvN 일요드라마) OST

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I think the song you're referring to hasn't been released yet. They only just released Part 1 (the song above).

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oh yes i checked the most recent one is the one im referring to

anyway thanks for the reply chandler and woli :)

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I was so so happy to realize at the beginning of the episode that DH had managed to save his own skin. He eventually had some help but he really had to think quickly on his feet and it's great to seeing him growing.

Go princess!! I knew she'd be saved but I didn't know that she would prove to be so strong-willed. I think her determination and acceptance in the face of such a certain future really illustrated well the difference between her and MR. I am a bit disappointed in MRs progression though. That character in other version plays much more on the viewers emotions with whether or not she is bad or good (not as in it's a trick as to which but really just how complicated her life and choices are and what that truly makes her). I feel like that didn't make sense...sorry!

And I'm so happy for the three musketeers to be reunited! Just join up with DH now would you? Only two episodes left right? Way to tug at my emotions! It's going to be a long wait for season 2. Sigh.

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@4D -Re your point about Mi-Ryung - I've only seen one movie version, I think, so I can't speak much to the way Milady is portrayed. But in the book, she absolutely is depicted as a baddie. I actually think this version has been working harder to make her sympathetic to the audience, especially with the scenes of her as a teen. For me it isn't working, though.

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Fair enough. I've seen too many version to count so my memory of the book is a bit hazy. I think she always bad in the end but some versions portray her as her beginnings being a bit more up in the air...if things had happened differently then she'd be a different person.

I don't know how much they're trying to make her sympathetic. Maybe the first scene of her as a teen when you don't know the backstory. I actually think I'm not that bothered about her being so evil so much as that at least in her 'evil' persona I usually see the role as much stronger. She's doing what other people want but she's not usually so naïve. I don't know. The heartsick bit and then being led on by the promise of being princess...it's just not sitting right.

Clearly I'm a bit torn over the role because my explanation are a mess, but I liked her in the beginning (not as a person but as a character...I thought she was well thought out) and now I feel like she's one of my least favorites to watch.

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I don't think your explanation is a mess at all. And actually I do think there is room for interpretation. It's just that for me, Mi-Ryung has gone too far.

In terms of the show trying to make her sympathetic, besides the teen backstory, there were the scenes of her with the Crown Prince when they had their cutting little reunion. They made her very emotional there.

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Soooooo agree about Milady.

It's weird..I generally am all modern in liking equality but something about Hyang Sun's determination to become the prince's wife turned me off. A) Because she was so indifferent toward the disabled girl she was supposed to be caring about. Which shows she was cold at heart to begin with. If she had liked the real Mi Ryung would she have killed her so easily? B) Because she is so determined to go against the social idea of class and other societal rules. The rules against murder for instance.

So i don't see her as a victim of her class. Or even a victim of love. Or even a scorned woman. She was bad to the bone to begin with..and her former owners simply fed that evil by nurturing the selfish ideas already in her head.

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Carole, well stated! We can cheer for someone breaking class boundaries. Cruelty, deception, and murder are another matter.

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Very well said, Carole. I suspect they're trying to make her more sympathetic, but for me it is hard to see her as a victim of anything but her own worst inclinations. It's funny, because so many commenters complained they found the Crown Princess to be whiny and one note. But I've loved her from the start and I feel the writers are really letting her come into her own.

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Oh I LOVE Yoon Seo. She's cute and funny in the way she tries to lie and her expressions when she's caught in her lie is hilarious. She's sweet, loyal, sincere and innocent. She's not a beauty like Mi Ryung, but she has this sweet face that's so expressive. And despite her love for DH in the past, I feel that she genuinely loves the CP. Her 'love' for DH seems to me, more like that of a noona to a dongseang - she's concern for him, but I sense that her heart is for SH(CP).
I also sense that the CP is slowly being drawn into loving her. He was amused at her earlier, but not indifferent. And I believe that when he challenged DH to the duel in ep 5, he really was jealous - he just won't accept it.

I'm rooting for him to fall hopelessly in love with Yoon Seo. I feel that they have more chemistry than YS and DH.

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@crazyahjummafan -Yes to everything you said! One advantage of the three-season arc is that it gives the CP2 couple (my name for them) a chance to develop their love slowly, organically, and in a satisfying way. I like Dal-Hyang a lot and how he protects the CP, but I think we already see the relationship devolving away from romance. I'd like to see DH get his own new love interest.

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Very good points there, Carole!

I think, at one point, maybe Hyang Sun has the right to aspire for a better life, and maybe at that time in her life she was an inequality victim.

However, when she pushed the disabled girl down the well, from that moment she became a criminal, in a way that was more than a simple deviance (night rendezvous with the Prince? deviance. Murder? definitely a crime)

A disabled girl in that era would also experience exclusion and shunning (due to Mi Ryung's parents's shame, she never saw the outside world), and so, no matter how desperate and unfortunate Hyang Sun was, she should have considered Mi Ryung as similarly unfortunate.

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I'm firmly on Team Princess.

But just to play devil's advocate for a sec, I probably would feel sorry for Hyang Sun, who's got all the qualifications needed to actually be a Crown Princess (except maybe a heart), and even the Prince's affection (until he found out she was a murderess and a political conniver) - and the only thing in her way is the fact of her birth, which keeps getting flung in her face.

Well, I that's what I think with my mind, but while she says the right things, her heart's not in it at all. Nor is it in the right place - while Yoon-seo thinks about and acts for the one she loves, Mi-Ryung's not concerned with how the Prince feels. Instead, she's all: "yeah, he won't care for it at first. But he'll come round."

Unless they find Mi-ryung's lost heart within the next couple of episode, she's just going to be a 2D villain. If so, I'd rather have a new baddie, thanks very much!

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It's the lack of heart that disqualifies her as a crown princess. Particularly because it drives her to murder an innocent girl.

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Exactly, I was willing to consider Mi-ryung redeemable if it wasn't for her consistent inability to ever put the feelings of the one she supposedly cares about, ahead of herself.

She's been subjected to a lot of unfair things in life and yes, her birth was the sole obstacle standing in the way of her becoming the Crown Princess - but she puts the position first, rather than the person. She was the one who wanted to do the Crown Princess selections before she even set eyes on Sohyeon, it was just a bonus that he was immediately besotted by her looks.

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Such a great episode! I totally agree with HeadsNo2, it might be my favourite up to this point.

Loved the bromance all around, and Pan-swe continues to be a darling.

The Princess continues to grow, both as a character and as a person. I love watching her scenes and I love to see her interact with other people. I’ve always thought she was a strong person (but in a situation where she’s been unable to show it) but I really cheered for her when she decided to trust her instincts and go back to the palace. I loved her saying “we’ll see which of us is right”. She knows she might be wrong but that doesn’t mean she made the wrong decision.

I’m also starting to really enjoy Jung Yong-hwa’s acting! I wasn’t a fan (although I didn’t dislike him) previously but I think he’s nailing this role. In my opinion his physical acting is great and I can’t complain about the other parts. He really shines when he interacts with other people, he has amazing chemistry with everyone and I think he plays off other actors very well (and they him). I’m super impressed!

I think the suspense really worked for this episode, I found myself constantly expecting Dal-hyang to show up and the build-up really worked for me.

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Re the Princess: and when she declared that, if she had to die, she would die in the palace, as the Crown Princess - damn, girl, that was cool!! :)

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I have always loved Dumas' stories. The 1973 film adaptation of the Three Musketeers is my favorite version. This Korean adaptation is running a close second. It is my crack drama this year.

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I will be thankful if someone could draw the timeline. One hella episode, keep getting better and better..love it!!!
Just curious, how did Tani knows where to look for Dalhyang?

Thank you very much for great recap!!

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That's what I'm curious too...How did she find Dalhyang?Or she is just a fangirl version in Joseon era stalking his Oppa???lol

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I had the same question. But "a fangirl version in Joseon era stalking his Oppa?"! Haha it doesn't sound bad!

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This is all just wild guesses, but my take on it is maybe she overheard Eyepatch at Dal-Hyang's grave when they realised Dal-Hyang was alive. But then again language barriers, as she would't understand maybe. Or we could go with extreme stalker lol

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lol..I'd go with extreme stalker...lol...A girl can't help it once she has fallen in love..kekeke

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i would go with extreme stalker too, in the previous episode panswe did mention that she kept asking where is dalhyang .. or something along that line. let's hope they shed some light to this in the next episode

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I lolled on this one!
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oh, I love this story so much! It's gorgeously filmed and well-acted and the characters...the Three Musketeers, Dal-Hyang, Princess, Tani..Pan-Swe - INGULDAE...I love them all to bits.

So much action, intrigue, potential romance, actual bromance...I love it!

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Am really loving this drama. Loving all the Crown Princesses this season.

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I presumed that Mi-ryung's actually the one who conveniently set up the noose for Yoon-seo which was the turning point for the princess's resolve to return to the palace. I love her for that!

And the 3 musketeers crying over Dal-hyang's grave was just awwwww

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Ikr..That's the bromance I'm waiting for...They are crying for the baby in their group..lol....Cant wait for moooooore bromance...keke

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Wow this episode was amazing! Three Musketeers continue to impress me as well as the acting for Yong Hwa. I admit I was a bit skeptical at first but man, can't picture someone else being Dal Hyang at this point. This goes to the entire cast as well, such good chemistry with each other. Just out of curiosity, how popular is Three Musketeers? I know for sure if it were on primetime it would be a huge hit but since it is cable I'm curious as to how well received it is.

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me too! yonghwa really fit the dalhyang role! i think he's better when act with guys than woman. Not mention he loves to do the action thing.

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I think he is good in something that involves physical strength..He enjoys filming TTM and does the outcome shows. Plus he is good playing naive and innocent Dalhyang...

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Hooray for the Crown Princess, she really showed that she has the heart of a lioness in this episode! LOVED this episode, by the way, this is a rare drama that gets increasing better with each passing episode.

I loved the way the Crown Princess put Mi ryung in her place, showing herself a formidable enemy, despite her tears she is by no means a weak or easily influenced woman. Also the way she determined to face the King even when she didn't have the hair pin.

Isn't it telling that the Crown Prince didn't jump at the offer to take Miryung as his wife? I believe he's halfway in love with his wife even though he may not yet realize it.

Both her men (Dalhyang and the Crown Prince) rewarded her faith in them by proving themselves true, consistent and honest. A fact, for which I am very thankful and was the highlight of this episode.

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"Both her men (Dalhyang and the Crown Prince) rewarded her faith in them by proving themselves true, consistent and honest."

Yes, all 3 of them stepped up, in a big way! I really think "faith" was the operative word this episode, and it's what saved them in the nick of time.

The Crown Princess was again very compelling this episode - while the Three Musketeers were out and about trying to save the kingdom, she had to fight a lonely battle with her fears right up until the end. She conquered her demons and was ready to stand by her decision. What a girl!

Dal-hyang's pledge of loyalty to Sohyeon was also based on faith that the Prince would be the leader DH could believe in. It's a strong foundation, and I hope it's the basis of many more seasons to come!

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Ahhh, I loved this episode so much. I don't really have time right now to write about it, but I had to at least write something.

I'm seriously so stoked to have 2 more seasons of this show. This season is doing such a wonderful job of developing all these amazing characters and relationships and I'm already so invested. This really feels like just the jumping off point and I loooovee that feeling. There's so much potential for more in the seasons to come! But I also know I'm going to hate it 2 weeks from now when The Wait begins for the return of the Three Musketeers!

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I know that Three Musketeers is not a great work of art, but it is the first drama in a long time that I have really, really enjoyed.

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I love the fact that while Soheyon's heart is still a mystery to her, Yoon Seo knows her husband well enough to pinpoint one of his most character defining traits and that's his steadfast loyalty. She knows that even if he doesn't love her, he will always be loyal to her and what's a better foundation to build your love on if not unwavering trust.

Also, this is my first time watching a saeguk and my goodness, the clothing! They're GORGEOUS!! Even for the guys' outfits, the fabric and construction are exquisite especially for the Prince although maybe that's cause LJW is wearing them. hurhur.

Finally, much as I adore this drama and our musketeers the action sequence still make me laugh in 2nd hand embarrassment cringe. During the hiatus, can you please get some tips from your neighbor, China, and their awesome Wuxia skills, show?

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It just gets better and better!! Thoughts:

Our Princess is growing up! She was wonderful this episode! We finally see the grit I knew was somewhere under all that "cute"! I hope that for Yeon-soo's development we don't have to sacrifice Mi-ryung's layers. Prove me wrong show.

I was surprised that Dal-hyang was responsible for the beheading. On a character level that is gratifying given his nature that he can step up to the plate and dirty his hands ethically speaking when need be. Logically however...I'm side-eyeing the fact that he had time to behead the guy, pry a floorboard and hide before Scar-patch got the door open, even if he rigged it especially without him hearing. Only a quibble though, it was still smart.

Though I'd read complaints, I hadn't noticed the gaffs in action scenes as much I did in this one. We're so close to finally getting a buddy fight though so I hope this is fixed.

THE EPIC WHISTLE IS BACK Y'ALL. How I missed the spaghetti western feel of the epic whistle.

YAY! INGGULDAI LIVES! That is all.

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Re Dal-hyang doing the beheading: unexpected indeed (and superhumanly quick, yes)! But I welcomed it, since his role so far has been of a more passive nature.

Still, playing a human pincushion had to hurt ... oww.

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When he decided to go ahead with the beheading, it did seem like he had to pluck up alot of courage and push aside all reluctance to do it.. i have to applaud him for making such a decision!

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Haha yeah the logistic of DH beheading the minion, finding a loose space underneath the board, getting himself under there with the head, all within like 5 mins made me raise my eyebrow a lot too especially since he was all moving slowly due to injury.

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Don't forget he also had the wherewithal to place his ID tag on the headless body and leave his precious gift of the CP's sword next to it to bolster the ruse. All while the one-eyed baddie was trying to knock open the door!

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Really enjoying this drama.
It was good to see Dal Hyang thinking quickly and getting out of trouble at the beginning.
I was getting a bit impatient for him to reunite with his 3 friends, but their reunion scene was awesome.

And the Crown Princess's fierceness was wonderful. Seo Hyun Jin is so pretty and adorable. I like seeing her cute moments along with her strong acting.

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My best episode so far, Im loving more for Park Dalhyang, he manage to survive himself and Tanni so cute and Im totally ship her and Dalhyang and waaaaaaah promise marriage.

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I love also the background music "One for all, All for one"

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Lol, the voice sounds like Yonghwa's to me, so I keep imagining Park Dal-hyang singing it!

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Nah..It's not him...But hope he gets to sing an ost in this one..

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Best episode yet (again) indeed! I wanted to give this episode a standing ovation when the credits rolled. It's that good!

i'm loving park dalhyang more and more with each episode. i would never have thought he was the one who cut off the head and hid himself underneath the floorboards! you clever clever boy! How did tani know where to find him though? Also i noted that KJJ said they found the head (the one given to the musketeers) underneath the floorboards, wasn't the head next to dalhyang? How did they find the head without seeing him?

the reunion of the three musketeers and their plus one was so awesome (background music totally played at the right time too!) When the swords came together to save dalhyang from the baddies, i was going "YES!"

This is one epic episode. EPIC.

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oh yeah! now i remember, the head was still there with PDH so i guess you were right, it's a random head

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Or the head was probably left behind when Tani rescued Dalhyang, and so was there for KJJ's men to retrieve afterwards? They did say they found it under the floorboards...

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It is an absolute pleasure watching this version of a true legend adventure. "One for All and All for One!" I was waiting for that. The princess could have raised a sword with the best of them this week as she mustered up her inner strength that ultimately could not be squashed by the circumstances to frame her or Mi-rung's words. I cheered out loud when Dal Hyang placed the hairpin in the princess' hand - and not moment too soon. The story is well paced first shocking events take place - and leave the viewers breathless - and then it goes back and fills in the details. i applaud how effective the writing and acting are.

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the plot twist! this drama made me fast forward (i can't wait to see the ending) and then back to re-watch again cause the plot really interesting.

i never expect dal hyang will be brave like that to cut iff the head, i think it's mi ryung who save him but no, he saved himself. he really knows how to survive.

and the princess! many people said that she's weak, too many crying scene, but nooo, I always love her character, she's not weak like woman lead in other dramas, she knew how to save her pride. love her line when she said "i'll die as a princess" you go girl!

TTM never fail to impress me each episode, my expectation grows near the ending, why it has to be aired once a week? i can't waitttt

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I am really enjoying watching The Three Musketeers and it really does keep getting better and better! The chemisty between all the actors is amazing and it really shines on screen. This week's episode was so delightful and rewarding as a viewer especially in the bromance department. I am defintely looking forward to more bromance action in the future and hey we have 2 more season for that!

On a side note, how did Tani know Dal-Hyang was hidden beneath the floorboards?

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How can this show keeps on getting better with each episode???Just when I thought they'd reach their limit, biy am I always proven wrong....I hope this show continuous to amaze and surprise us...Love every bits of it and a show that you cant predict comes once in a dynasty..lol...so this is such an amazing find...love it to pieces...

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"...calls after Dal-hyang that he has to keep his promise—you know, the one he made to marry Tani if she saved him. Haha. If only. (And in a few legal years, let’s not make this weird.)"

Oh, you KNOW they're going to make it weird. I think we just met Dal-hyang's future wife.

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Can't wait who will play Tani in the next season. I hope its a charming young actress like uri charming Dalhyang..kekeke...Girl better make us believe that she is worth crashing other ship of Dalhyang...lol

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I watched this episode TWICE in a row! lol. I don't know if I was especially sensitive when I watched it, but when Seungpo keeled over upon seeing Dalhyang's head, my eyes started tearing up too. I do believe he has the most soft spot for DH since the beginning (he welcomed him in the group right away, gave him Panswe as a gift, teases him about the princess etc) while Minseo and CP were more wary.
I love the confrontation between Miryung and Yoonseo, and I was like "Oh, snap!". I initially felt bad for Miryung but now, I just kind of detest her.
Does anyone know when 2nd season will be?

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i've watched it 3 times

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Watched it two times and I know its gonna be countless until the next episode..lol

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i suspect i'll be rewatching all of season 1 while waiting for season 2.

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i agree with you there..will be re-watching season one until season two starts ..

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Will do the same for sure....:)

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The Three Musketeers is my surprise drama of the year. (I watched it without having any expectations.) TTM just gets better and better. Now past the halfway point each week it delivers entertaining and engaging characters; leaves you wanting more; and in disbelief that again they find a way to kick the plot development up a notch and into the next gear with the suspense.

Finally to the Crown Princess thrived in a clutch situation (facing the threat of dethronement) on her own. Yoon-Seo listened to her inner voice, drawed upon her strength of will, and allowed her intuition to guide her. Seeing the Crown Princess' growth in courage, resolve, and strength of character was well worth the wait.

At long last, Jung Yong-Hwa is finally being complimented on and acknowledged with acclaim/praise for his acting and portrayal of the character Park Dal-Hyang.

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Kept refreshing since yesterday, thank you for the recap! :) something tells me i shouldn't look for spoilers before I actually watch the episode, but that was how much I anticipated this episode since last week. Can't wait for this Sunday! Finally! ^^

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I didn't expect to say this when TTM began but I think I have fallen in love with Park Dal-Hyang. Said pretty much the same thing last week I think ? But PDH has my heart or is it Yong Hwa, no idea. But boy am I loving this drama and the boy. I feel like Tani the fangirl right now.
I also adored the three musketeers . Aww. But CPs was really quite the princess worthy of being queen too!

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Same here, i'm a new fan. and after learning that park dalhyang is also darn good singer/ rocker, i'm even more hooked. how could i have not known him before?

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Hi5! Glad I am not the only one. Watched a lot of videos of him singing on YouTube too. And have watched every episode of TTM more than once. This is a first so I am surprised at myself.

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he's a good guy with very nice sense of humor, at the same time hardworking for their music and band, composing songs, too. He's also a good leader to his blue brothers.. check their band's songs, i got hooked by cnblue because of his voice..glad you have appreciated his craft..

P.S. I love this drama!!!

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His nickname is "Bolmae Jung" which means the more you see him, the more you'll find his charm so good luck because there would be no turning back...:)

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i've been a fan of him and his band for so long, i'm so happy that someone appreciated his music and his acting!!

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thank you for acknowledging his acting here

so much has been said about his acting before that I felt sad with him when he acknowledge that it did get to him, and this made him want to improve so he can deliver his best in acting.

Im just so happy that his acting here is getting good reviews

(sorry for talking so much/ for being a diehard fan haha!)

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I know right. I've been a fan since his first drama was aired. Actually it's his character "Shin Woo" that got me into the Korean culture including Kpop, K-dramas, K-everything. I always felt bad when I read bad comments about his acting. I was a fan of his music but not his acting, it wasn't the greatest honestly, but still... the comments were too harsh and even too personal. I'm so happy that Yonghwa receives nothing now but praises. Everyone recognizes him as a good idol-actor now which makes really really proud of him. He deserves all the best. He worked hard and his work finally paid off. I'ma proud fan, I can't stop saying that. Fighting YongYong<3

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Clearly I had no idea what I was getting into when I strayed away from just rewatching the drama into the watching the real PDH and is it just me or does PDH have some striking similarities with JYH himself? I mean he is a rockstar not a warrior but the love for action and a general sweetness, wit, smarts and well-placed pride? Ah well, maybe it's just the newly turned fangirl (fan woman ?!) that is me: can't really say.

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honestly i am not used to seeing Yonghwa as yonghwa. i see him more as PDH since that's how i got to know him first. i am still finding him weird with a guitar and a mic instead of a sword LOL but he is darn good at it.

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I love this episode and how come each episode I keep saying best episode ever??lol...With each episode topping the previous...I hope they air season 2 right after season 1 but guess not..:( It's going to be a looooooooooooong wait..:(

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episode 11, come quick!! Park Dal Hyang <3

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At the risk of repeating myself and what other commenters have said, I was so proud of our Crown Princess for making the hard decisions this ep and coming through with flying colours!

I'm also thrilled that she's starting to learn that she can make choices about her life without leaning on her husband or anyone else - now Soyheon had better watch out! :)

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Our stoic, never-let-them-see-you-bleed crown prince snapped! Not only does he give Kim Jajeom that punch in the face we've been itching to give him (anger!), but he actually sheds tears in front of Dalhyang's grave (grief!). So it took Dalhyang to bring out the emotions that got suppressed by Hyangsun/Miryung back when. Now can we move on to love, please? XDDD

Thanks for the recap, HeadsNo2!

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Thanks for the recap and as always spot on I am loving this drama

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Wow what an episode..

I get to watch every TTM episode every Monday (my time)
once there is a kind soul who uploads the english subbed version on youtube and this episode really had me biting my nails!

Yey! for the Princess, she is so amazing with the way she stood up to Mi Ryung. Finally showing she deserved to be the crowned princess.

I cant help but feel sad with the her though when she finally acknowledged to herself that PDH might be dead (although I know he isnt).. The sadness of the three musketeers also got to me , even though they really dont want to believe that he is dead, they cant help but cry.

aww..these guys. really.

my favorite part was when they saved PDH in the street and then the raised swords.

and PDH..well what can I say. Im really a YongHwa fan and have loved him eversince I saw him in YAB.. but Im so happy and very proud for him with his role here.

I wish the show will let a grown up Tani meet him in the future and make him fall for her at first sight and without him knowing that it is Tani ..

So sad that there's only a few episodes left.

THANK YOU HN2!

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I really love this drama but only one thing that bugs me is that it is based on the characters from real and very tragedy history. It is kind of ruining my hope for happy ending and imagination.

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wawwww!!!!! dalhyang your so brave! i just can't believe it!!! the innocent bumpkin boy doing something like that to save him self waw so clever! every episodes of TTM is so unpredictable! i hope dalhyang has some romance in next season ~ so i can see jung yonghwa how yonghwa doing a kiss scene after 3 years haha *peace* Thank's for the recap H2N ^^

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All this praises for Yonghwa makes me want to cry....Yep, the boy works hard whether in music or acting and he deserve all this praises...Glad he gained new fans from this...He is charming whether be it PDH or JYH..

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feel the same way, too! So happy for him..love this drama so much..

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THIS is how you do:

1. Bromance

2. Love Triangles

Kdrama PDs take notes!

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I can't wait for 11th episode Park Dalhyang, Prince and Princess.

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