Joo Won in a mask... well that just gets EVERYBODY nostalgic doesn't it.
SBS's historical drama remake of 'My Sassy Girl' has come to a wraps. Thank you to any of you who've stuck around to endure through until the end. All in all, it was a heartwarming, happy ending like everyone assumed it would be since the very beginning of the episode, although some of the tragic deaths we saw in the last 4 episodes did catch my by surprise.
To recap, Gyeonwoo (played by Joo Won) teamed up with royal guard chief Kang Joon Young (played by CNBLUE's Jungshin) to exploit the power-hungry advisor Jung Ki Joon for being the plotter behind every bad deed. Jung Ki Joon, surrounded by masked men, the royal guard, and face to face with the King himself, meets his demise (I can't even remember who it was that stabbed him... but it was an unexpectedly brutal death, let me tell you). The Queen is also exploited for having plotted to depose of the former Queen, and tries to run away, but is ultimately chased down to her death by Jung Ki Joon's men. Three unexpectedly tragic deaths happen here - the Queen, the scarfaced protector of the Queen Wol Myung, and the Queen's loyal maid servant. Even if they were all the bad guys, I personally just find it difficult to watch all the same when people die in dramas and films. Thankfully, none of the good protagonists had to die, though.