TL;DR: I actually forgot to take a lot of notes, which is a good thing—it means I wasn’t looking for excuses to pause during these episodes.
So after sending the people into a panic, killing livestock, and forcing the king into ritual seclusion, Nan-jung, Dong-joo, and Dong-joo’s flunkie whose name I can never remember, finally got arrested for, you know, doing evil things. I’ll admit that, as much as I adore myself some female villains, I was extremely excited about this development. (Even though it wouldn’t stick, of course, because we’ve still got twenty episodes to go. But still.) Mmmm, sweet, sweet justice was almost served, and for a few days our villains got to go into hardcore panic mode. Continue reading “The Flower in Prison, Episodes 30 & 31”