KMUSE- I liked that it actually felt like a vamp show and not just a regular kdrama that says people are vampires but tend to ignore that fact most of the time. I hope that this concept remains strong and not just until their time and extra CGI money runs out.
KMUSE- Now that is the vamp look that was missing from Lee Soo Hyuk's stills. I want to see him looking otherworldly and scary. His parts in the trailer finally delivers that.
KMUSE- I actually think the face fuzz is benefiting his character. It helps to make me forget he is the same actor that starred in Paradise Ranch. That's 16 hours I wish I had back.
DONGSAENG: It's been a while since I have seen a little magic, so I got excited at the mystical side of this for sure, like when they are all "wooshy" as they move around. And talk about intense, angsty emotions! Lots of those too. Biting, crunching, slicing, screaming, and crying all with some misty magic moving about? Sold!
Kmuse- It totally gave me Arang and the Magistrate flashbacks.........which is a good thing. The only thing I am sad about is that it looks like Jun Gi actually changes into a vampire in the drama. I kind of would have loved a story about a very old vampire suddenly falling in love and connecting with society and saving Joseon. I dread that the drama is going to be all about finding cures and such rather than fun supernatural hijinks.