This was a very entertaining sageuk, probably because it was not focused on being historically accurate to events, but on an engaging story line. Also, it had some super stellar actors such as Jang Hyuk and Lee Ha Nui. The costuming was also super awesome and beautiful. However it suffers from the typical kdrama complex where the ending just kind of went to crap. It got super cheesy, wrapped up too quickly, suddenly became boring, broke up the main couple for no reason whatsoever after they finally got together, and then tried to patch it up with an ambiguous band aid of an ending to imply that somehow they will be together, but not really, maybe in the next life? I don't know what it means, but seriously the second half of the last episode just made me roll my eyes, yawn, repeatedly say "this is so dumb" and tweet about how it was so dumb. Also, there was way too much Luscious Locks (Lim Ju Hwan). He was so dumb, his hair was bad, and we hated his face. He needed to be in this show way less. We don't care about him, especially when they cut away from our OTP to show him giving up on the girl for good. They even wasted our time at the very end to show him fixing his life, like we care. This was HeyCurdy's first drama obsession, and literally first Kdrama she started and sat all the way through, so the ending was extra devastating for her. But since the beginning was super cheesy, I guess I should have guessed the ending would be too. But that was 24 episodes, how did they expect me to remember that? It was very deus ex machina, cheesy, drawn out, and kind of lame, which is sad because it was so good for the first two thirds to three fourths of the show. Ah well, that's fairly typical for a kdrama. At least it wasn't Night Watchman bad. Compared to that, this was a great show. At least everyone could act. Also Jang Hyuk = one of the sexiest men who have ever lived.