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Set in present day South Korea, but under the premise that the country is governed by a constitutional monarchy.
Oh Ssu-Ni is a musical actress with a bright personality. Suddenly, she marries Emperor Lee Hyuk. There, Oh Ssu-Ni goes up against absolute power of the palace and fights against the power. Meanwhile, she falls in love with Na Wang-Sik who is a bodyguard of the imperial family. Na Wang-Sik came to the palace to take revenge on the person responsible for his mother’s death. Due to death of Emperor Lee Hyuk’s grandmother, Oh Ssu-Ni breaks down the royal family with the help of Na Wang-Sik and finds true love.
- Native Title: 황후의 품격
- Romanization: Hwanghuui pumgyeok
- Type: Drama
- Country: South Korea
- Director: Joo Dong Min
- Genres: Action, Thriller, Mystery, Comedy, Romance, Drama
- Episodes: 52
- Aired: Nov 21, 2018 – Feb 21, 2019
- Aired On: Wednesday, Thursday
- Original Network: SBS
- Duration: 35 min.
- Type: Drama
- No. of Episodes: 52
- Quality: 480p & 720p NF WEB-DL
- Audio: Korean
- Subtitles: English
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The Last Empress (2018) Korean Drama Review
In a modern day South Korea ruled by a beloved imperial family, most citizens are unaware of the corruption lurking behind the palace walls – a deceit that extends to the inexplicable death of the late Empress So Hyeon. Aspiring musical actress Oh Sunny is a longstanding fan of the Emperor, Lee Hyuk. When one day she is given the opportunity to visit the palace and attend a luncheon with him, she invites him to one of her performances. To her astonishment and delight, he not only attends, but proposes to her onstage – which she readily accepts.
To Sunny, it seems like a dream come true. In actuality, it is Lee Hyuk’s alibi and a scheme concocted by the royal family and their closest confidants to cover the death of a woman in Buchido caused by the emperor’s recklessness, and the ruthlessness of his lover and royal secretary Min Yoo Ra. Unbeknownst to Emperor Lee Hyuk, the woman he killed was Yoo Ra’s adoptive mother and the actual mother of Yoo Ra’s boyfriend Na Wang Sik. Wang Sik, having pieced together the clues to ascertain Lee Hyuk’s guilt, vows to take revenge on him. After faking his death at the hands of the emperor’s guards, Wang Shik undergoes a complete transformation to become virtually unrecognizable. Less than a year later, he enters the imperial palace as a royal bodyguard under the name of Cheon Woo Bin. Here, Wang Sik sets his plan in motion to ruin the emperor’s life as he did for Wang Sik’s mother, all the while growing unexpectedly close to Empress Oh Sunny. Sunny, meanwhile, slowly begins to uncover just how rotten the core of the imperial palace is and begins her quest for justice not only as a slighted wife, but a woman who refuses to play along with the corruption of the Emperor’s family.
I have to come into this review from a place of total honesty – from the lens of a critical viewer as well as someone just looking for a bit of mindless entertainment. This drama is not good. Not in the strictest sense of the word, where the finer elements of composition and story-telling and just simple logic belong. But this drama is endlessly entertaining. So as much as I admit the story itself is absurd, it is absurd in a way that led me to have way too much fun while watching the majority of the production.
I realized as I was writing the synopsis for this review just how ludicrous this all sounds. After all, the bare amount of plot I recapped as a summary occurs in only the first four or so episodes. Four of fifty-two. There’s obviously a lot to unpack here, so bring out your suitcases and let’s look at what makes The Last Empress such a compelling train wreck. A word to the wise, however: this drama really did crash and burn in the final stretch.
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