The King 2 Hearts
The first and second episode of ‘The King 2 Hearts' finally on air.
‘The King 2 Hearts’ starring top actor and actress Lee Seung Gi and Ha Jiwon aired its first episode on March 21 and 22. ‘The King 2 Hearts’ is following the end of epic historical drama ‘The Moon that Embraces the Sun.’
In the first episode, Jae Ha (Lee Seung Ki) and Hang Ah (Ha Jiwon) had their first meeting as they participated in the World Officer Conference.
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When both of North Korean and South Korea attended the conference, Jae Ha gave concerns to North Korea team each time which made Hang Ah to get upset. Tension arose towards the end of the 1st episode when Hang Ah brought Jae Ha to the rest room and oppressed him telling him that she is a member of the special elite forces, her orders are ‘To kill Lee Jae Ha the public enemy of North Korea on sight.’
But in the 2nd episode, the atmosphere turns back to Jae Ha. Jae Ha and Hang Ah came to use same dormitory room during the World Officer Conference, Hang Ah confessed the fact that her purpose of attending the conference is because she was promised to get introduced to men until she finds who she likes to marry while she doesn't have any experience of dating. And she confessed another fact of her got rejected by one man.
Drama is receiving good reviews by viewers for its strong storyline and perfect dialog of North Korea. There were other 2 competing dramas of 'Rooftop Prince' and 'The Equator Man’ that kicked off their first episode on the same day. 'The King 2 Hearts' recorded No.1 with 16.2% viewership rating while ‘Rooftop Prince’ received 9.8% and ‘The Equator Man’ 7.7 %.
'The King 2 Hearts' is introduced that all of humanism, melodramatic, love, and revenge are in this drama. As the teams including producer, writers, actors, actresses are well known as good, idea of constitutional monarchy is also gaining interest of people, now everyone's attention is on whether 'The King 2 Hearts' will make another syndrome continuing on 'The Moon that Embraces the Sun.’