ESC to close 3.26 (by 53 users)daegun: sarangeul geurida 대군 - 사랑을 그리다
  • 2018
  • TV
  • Korea

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romanized daegun: sarangeul geurida
english Grand Prince
aka 대군-사랑을 그리다


genres drama, romance, fict. history


language Korean


country Korea
type real
format TV
network CSTV


date 03 Mar, 2018 - 06 May, 2018
episodes 20
duration 70 minutes
air day Saturday, Sunday
at 22:50
status released


avg. score 3.26 of 5 by 53 users
total users 146
rating 173



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Lee Hwi
Seong Ja Hyeon
Lee Gang
Yun Na Gyeom
Ru Si Gae
Queen Dowager Sim


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ilate 26 Nov, 2018
I agree with all the comments regarding the amount of crying in this drama. There was a looooooot of it. As for the drama itself. It was okay. Nothing more, nothing less. By the end I was getting quite annoyed with the acting. Surprisingly, because I always considered Yun Si Yun and Ju Sang UK to be good actors, but they really didn't stand out in this drama. I mean, Yun Si Yun can definitely cry lol. And Ju Sang UK was doing okay until his final scene.

The thing I did like about this drama was all relationships with Roo Si Ge. Especially the Roo Si Ge - Ja Hyeon line.

I don't regret my time spent on watching this drama, but I think I will quickly forget all about it.
purtysunshine 09 May, 2018
This story was very sweet but the trajectory of my thoughts while watching was basically:

Oh no. Yoon Shi Yoon is crying.

Oh man, Yoon Shi Yoon can really cry.

Damn, all the crying.

So. Much. Crying.

For real though.

I wasn’t impressed with the writing…the story wasn’t all that original or exciting. I never really developed much emotional attachment to any of the characters.

Having said that, many of the moments between Lee Hwi and Ja Hyun were very sweet and endearing. I won’t go so far as to say they had “sizzling chemistry” or anything like that but their devotion to one another was inspiring and they did have some moments that made my heartbeat speed up.

I think this was an interesting role for Yoon Shi Yoon. He was great as Lee Hwi but…I don’t know, maybe it was the facial hair? I just didn’t quite buy it. I’m so used to him playing cute, bubbly characters that seeing him in a more serious role was…weird. His gentle demeanor was spot on though and one of my favorite scenes was when
Lee Hwi and Ja Hyun spend what they thought could be their last night together and he laid her back and just…stared at her in the gentlest, sweetest way.
Gawd, that scene was perfect and HIGH FIVE to the director and Yoon Shi Yoon for that!

Since Lee Hwi and Ja Hyun’s relationship progressed so quickly though, a lot of the tension fizzled early on and it made many of the moments between them throughout the later part of the series pretty dull and repetitive. They managed to bring it back here and there but overall it just wasn’t that epic. Even though it was very different in many ways, this story and relationship dynamic reminded me a lot of The Princess’ Man (which was much more intense and impressive, in my opinion).

Hats off to Jin Se Yun and the first time I’ve watched her play a character I don’t loath (Bridal Mask—this is me, looking at you…) Ja Hyun had some good development but I would have liked to have seen her grow so much more, instead of just talking about how much she’s changed. Oh well.

Overall it was worth the watch and I don’t regret it. I just probably won’t bother ever coming back.
wickoo 08 May, 2018
THIS is a masterpiece.
The whole drama was absolutely amazing, relatable characters, had its fun and cheeky parts, but also looots of good old cry sessions.
Had a really nice OST and refined costumes as well, excellent work.
The plot is pretty guessable at some parts, but you can feel the tension building up as it goes on!
I especially loved the character of Ru Shi Gae, Prince Jin Yang and Cho Yo Gyeong.