The Master’s Sun (2013)
Sometimes people find the most unexpected things along their path. There are times when they find themselves in an unexpected place during their travels. They think of it as unexpected luck, or even perhaps a sign of misfortune. But they’re not all just coincidences… it was a right turn. – Tae Gong Sil
The Master’s Sun Synopsis : Joo Joong Won is the stingy and greedy CEO of Kingdom, a conglomerate that includes a major department store and hotel. He meets the gloomy Tae Gong Shil, who started seeing ghosts after an accident. Their lives take a new turn as they work together to deal with the terror and sadness brought about by the spirits, while delving into a kidnapping incident in Joong Won’s past. And unknowingly, they fell in love with each other. (Source : MyDramalist)
- Gong Hyo-Jin as Tae Gong-shil
- So Ji-sub as Joo Joong-won
- Seo In Guk as Kang Woo
- Kim Yoo-ri as Tae Yi-ryung
- Also known as The Sun of My Master / The Sun of the Lord / Mr. Joo’s Miss Tae
- Genre : Romance Comedy / Fantasy / Horror / Mystery
- The horror-romantic comedy is written by the Hong sisters, and aired on SBS from August 7 to October 3, 2013 for 17 episodes.
- Perfect combination of romantic comedy and horror.
- So Ji Sub was a pure delight to watch on the screen. I’m in love with the way he played his character.
- Seo In-Guk was so charming, that he didn’t get completely over shadowed by So Ji Sub, which is very impressive.
- The OST of this drama was really likable. My favorites are No Matter What by Seo In Guk / Touch Love by Yoon Mi Rae / You Make Me Go Crazy by Hyolyn.
- The Master’s Sun was bittersweet, fun and heartbreaking. So, do yourself a favor and watch this.
My Rating – 8.5/10
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FANGIRL RECOMMENDS :
- Fantasy Horror – Arang and the Magistrate (2012)
- Gong Hyo Jin’s Drama – Jealousy Incarnate (2016)