Black Knight: The Man Who Guards Me

2 thoughts on “Black Knight: The Man Who Guards Me”

  1. The acting and premise were good…
    But the way the story was potrayed was totally wrong…
    Actually the evil characters were comparitively pure-hearted and moralistic than the so-called”good-hearted” protagonist couple in the story.
    The “evil woman” who lived on was the one who was cheated, heart-broken, humiliated and undervalued to the very core. Yet she waited for centuries for the unfortunate history to repeat itself.

    The moral of the story is “Once a cheat, always a cheat.”
    This drama looked more like a conspiracy on the “evil character”.
    Its the truth of life…. if u don’t get someone u want to love, then leave it then and there pursue someone who wants to love u and give them ur very best.

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    1. Your take on the story/characters is something I would have never thought of. Different life experiences make people view things their own way. Thanks for sharing your opinion with Heart & Seoul readers. By the way, I agree 100% with your ending sentence!

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