I’ve been saying this for a couple weeks now Ruler: Master of the Mask is definitely heading towards its finale. After last week’s insistence on perpetuating the love triangle, I was seriously doubting this show, but now I am fully invested once again. Our characters have gotten rid of all pretenses of playing nice and are finally taking some decisive action against each other. We even managed to address a few plot points that have been sitting quietly in the background waiting to be acknowledged. All in all, we’ve had a strong batch of episodes this week, with lots of action and twists, and it’s got me excited for how the end will turn out.
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Kim So-hyun and Yoon So-hee went through a power struggle.
On the latest episode of the MBC drama "Ruler: Master of the Mask", Mae-chang (Lee Chae-young) offered Han Ga-eun (Kim So-hyun) poison and passed out after drinking it.
False king Lee Seon (L) worried about her and took care of her. Prince Lee Seon (Yoo Seung-ho) sneaked in to see Ga-eun and cried over her. The Prince knew that the Queen (Kim Seon-yeong) was behind this. Kim Hwa-goon (Yoon So-hee) also knew that the Queen did this to get chosen as queen and spoke to the Pyeonsu.
This week’s episodes of Ruler: Master of the Mask were filled with everything the drama has promised from the beginning. There’s action, betrayal, drama, and even a little comedy. The tension is steadily increasing and the dramatic conclusion is on the horizon, but we still managed to be surprised by the actions of the characters we have been following for 9 weeks. We see interactions happen this week and they’re all in the name of love and power, which is the overarching theme of the drama.
The percentage of "Ruler: Master of the Mask" is close to 14.0%.
According to Nielsen Korea, the MBC drama "Ruler: Master of the Mask" rated a record breaking 11.9% and 13.8%, respectively.
"Ruler: Master of the Mask" is a drama about the lonely struggle of a prince against a powerful organization that possesses the Joseon's waters. The cast are Yoo Seung-ho, Kim So-hyun and L.
Meanwhile, "Mystery Queen" rated 8.4% and SBS "Suspicious Partner" rated 6.8% and 8.3%.
I used to think that Dae-mok was smart, but his plan for maintaining power after murdering the royal family is...disappointing. And also accidentally hilarious. The other Seon does not look, sound, or act like the real Prince Seon. He couldn't fool Dae-mok for a single scene even when the unexpected help of a false witness. Yet apparently, the other Seon is now the lynchpin upon which all of Dae-mok's evil schemes rest.
The actual ambitions of Dae-mok's evil schemes are a tad inconsistent. He had a good thing going with the water price gouging scheme. Water is something everyone needs, but very few people know about the capital costs necessary to procure it. Rather than just continue with that, Dae-mok uses his victory to unnecessarily antagonize the peasantry. At which point Ga-eun comes up with an equally silly and improbable plan to escape, which of course works. Although this is mostly because Dae-mok straight up forgets that the peasants exist for five years.