i think this ship sunk like titanic

10 Reasons why you need to watch Scarlet Heart: Ryeo

1) The characterization is done superbly such that there’s no clear-cut black and white, good and evil, just like in reality - and the best part is that you know what drives each character’s motivations and why they think the way they do.

Originally posted by momokobel

2) Wang So and Hae Soo form one of the most beautiful love lines ever - instead of needing each other just for the sake of it, Wang So truly depends on Hae Soo to find love and acceptance, while Hae Soo relies on Wang So for protection as she navigates an unknown world.

Originally posted by beautifuliu

3) Wang Wook and Hae Soo’s love story is so tragic! I really wish this ship could have sailed but it sunk like the Titanic and I was sad. I want to hate Wang Wook but I can’t, and there’s something in his personality that really draws me to him.

Originally posted by xwangyoung

4) So. Many. Hot. Actors. Plus they’re not just handsome, they’re really great at acting too!

Originally posted by irrational-obsessions-gottcha78

5) Taeyeon, who is, like, my favourite OST Queen of all time, sang the OST for the drama!! Plus her OST is kind of like Wang Wook and Hae Soo’s theme song and it hits me in the feels in all the right places.

Originally posted by kimp05

6) If you’ve watched the original Chinese version (bubujingxin) or read the novel, you would know how amazing this adaptation is because they managed to mould the storyline to fit Korean history, while at the same time preserving several key scenes/motifs/symbols from the original.

Originally posted by younqshin

7) Even the sub-characters are developed so well that you feel something for them when they die.

Originally posted by younqshin

8) Baek Ah and Woo Hee~ If my Wook-Soo ship can’t sail, at least let this cute couple get together. I’m really excited to see where this relationship will go.

Originally posted by xwangyoung

Originally posted by loveholic198

9) It’s rare for a historical Korean drama to go so far back into Korean history. The only one I can think of is Great Queen Seondeok and maybe Hwarang when it comes out later in the year (plus it features Taehyung from BTS! Much excites!). So this series is “new” in it’s own way and I guess that’s why some customs (like marriage between half-siblings) is weird to the viewers.

Originally posted by sleepingtide

10) Jisoo-Joohyuk bromance everywhere.

Originally posted by kingjunmyeonn

Rat race.

Well lately i have been coming across with this term over and over. What is a rat race ? Well I kept thinking over it, the thought was stuck with me like a bad word uttered from a fellow classmate during our teen age days, so I kept thinking over it even when am skipping channels on my TV and I stop over some
Channel with titanic being played on it, coincidently the film had reached over a part where the ship is about to get sunk and all the rats are running out, it’s a nano second scene but to me it felt like a connection with the universe, you know that secret thing??? Ok So I observed that a rat race is something where people just run and run, they are chasing something, they wanna reach somewhere, just somewhere and they are so busy at it that they don’t even know what they are running for or where do they want to reach. So they get into a race where getting ahead of each other becomes an indirect life’s purpose, they are not happy while running because they feel they are behind so what happens when they beat their competitors ??? Well they are still not happy because there are more rats ahead of em, so guys lets just pay attention to this, don’t look at life like a race because it’s not, it’s a journey and we all are tourists. There goes an African proverb - if you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together.
PS - this is my perspective