Native Title: 꽃 피면 달 생각하고
Also Known As: Thinking of the Moon When Flowers Bloom , Flower Blooms, Moon Shines , Thinking of the Moon When the Flower Blooms , Kkot Pimyeon Dal Saenggakhago , When Flowers Bloom, I Think of the Moon
Screenwriter: Kim Joo Hee
Director: Hwang In Hyuk
Genres: Action, Historical, Comedy, Romance
Country: South Korea
Aired: Dec 20, 2021 – Feb 22, 2022
Aired On: Monday, Tuesday
Original Network: KBS2
Duration: 1 hr. 10 min.
Yoo Seung Ho,Lee Hye Ri,Byeon Woo Seok,Kang Mi Na,Choi Won Young,Jang Gwang
With only two episodes left until the end of ‘When Flowers Bloom, I Think of the Moon’, the broadcast was confirmed on the 14th and 15th in the aftermath of the Olympics. The production crew of ‘Flower Dalz’ released the famous lines of the 4 famous scenes selected by Yoo Seung-ho, Lee Hye-ri, Byun Woo-seok, and Kang Min-a, and soothed the regret of the absence.
KBS 2TV’s Monday-Tuesday drama ‘Thinking of the Moon when Flowers Bloom’ (directed by Hwang In-hyuk, screenplayed by Kim A-rok) is today (14th), “There are many people who are looking forward to the ending, but unfortunately, due to the aftermath of the Olympics, this week (14th, 15th) was confirmed. ” and “We prepared a time to review the famous scenes of the famous lines to appease the regret of the viewers who are waiting for the main broadcast. We will review the famous scenes selected by the four youths, and please look forward to the last remaining episodes 15 and 16.”
In addition, Yoo Seung-ho (Namyoung), Lee Hye-ri (Kang Ro-ro), Byun Woo-seok (Lee Pyo), and Kang Mi-na (Han Ae-jin) selected the famous scenes themselves.
Yoo Seung-ho is playing the role of a principled detective, Nam-young. Nam-young is an upright scholar who learned the world from books, but she started to change gradually after meeting Ro-ro. She was faced with a world outside of books and rules. In addition, Namyoung is showing her love for her as a character and conveying her excitement to her bedroom.
Yoo Seung-ho said, “I think that Namyoung’s changing appearance was revealed through his attitude toward Roh rather than his lines, and his appearance different from before when making decisions. It seems like things started to change little by little,” he said, choosing the well-known scene in Part 9.
At the well where she fled from the Shim-heon and gang, Nam-young first asked why Ro-ro wants to earn her money by becoming a moonshine. She’d put her risk on her knees before, and rather than asking why she became a moonshine, she’d been annoyed at her breaking her law. At this time, she said, “I just wanted to have a rope like that, so that you don’t have to jump off the edge of a cliff even if you suddenly have a debt of a hundred nyang one day.”
Nam-young, who has only revealed her heart through her actions, speaks to her directly, and she takes her heart out and responds. left.
＃Hye-ri Lee as Kang Roo, a moonslayer, episode 7 “Why do we have to be allowed to drink?”
Lee Hye-ri’s role as a moonlighter for a living is a youth who ‘crosses the line’, questioning the standards set by the world and confronting it in her own way. Above all, in the era of prohibition, she is also a girl-crush mistress who overturns the board by playing the game properly, watching some break the forbidden and take profit.
Lee Hye-ri cited her conversation with her great-great-great-grandmother (Jung Young-joo) in the 7th episode of Gwangju Mil Ju-gye as her best scene. After becoming a moonshine because of a debt owed by her brother, after many twists and turns, she signed a moonshine deal with her godmother’s party, who came to Hanyeong to find her son, and decided to drink alcohol at the giraffe. After that, as late-night comrades and first drinkers, her godmother and her godmother formed a sympathy and shared their feelings about the sorrow of losing their family and the era of ostentatious prohibition.
Hyeri Lee pointed out that the word she gave to her godmother telling her to stop working as a dangerous moonshine seemed to properly show her character as a dignified person. He said, “In one of the words of Roth to her godmother, ‘Isn’t it bad? There is a scene where they say, ‘Why do you have to ask them for permission to drink alcohol that even Nara-nim doesn’t allow?’ I think it was the line that best showed his character as a character. I don’t think an average person would even imagine doing a deal with the biggest Kibang in Hanyang, but I think it was possible because Roth was a person with such a bold idea,” she explained.
Byun Woo-seok plays an active role as Crown Prince Lalari Lee Pyo. Lee Pyo is a prince who has excellent looks and martial arts skills, but avoids books. Above all, he is regarded as a troublemaker for the royal family because of his free-spirited aspect of enjoying alcohol during the Prohibition Period.
However, that does not mean that he is ignorant and thoughtless. In order to hide the scars left by a painful past, Lee Pyo is also a person who robs the gaze of his eyes with one sharp throw while laughing and enjoying alcohol.
Byeon Woo-seok, who played Lee Pyo, chose the scene where Lee Pyo confronts Nam-young in the 4th part as a famous line. Byun Woo-seok explained, “The scene in which Nam-young and Geum Joo-ryeong are opposed to each other is the most memorable scene and line.”
At that time, Namyoung and Lee Pyo had a sharp disagreement over the ‘prohibition rule’. At this time, Lee Pyo said to Nam-young, who was emphasizing the law and rules, “The prohibition of alcohol. It’s just a reason. “It’s a good excuse to stop wasting rice,” he said. This line of Lee Pyo, who pinches the fake system of prohibition, also contains a message that runs through the entire drama.
Currently, Lee Pyo found out that the culprit behind all the incidents is his uncle, Do Seung-ji and Lee Si-heum (Choi Won-young), and stimulated curiosity about what action he would take in the future.
＃Mina Kang as Han Ae-jin, the only daughter in Byeongpan’s house, Episode 8 “Please don’t waste your precious heart and give it to me
. ” At first glance, she appears to be a young woman who only values her appearance and loves her, but she is actually a person who feels frustrated that she is subjected to numerous restrictions just because she is a woman. Because of this, she wants to choose her as a good-looking person as long as she is her lover. She is the Joseon version of the ‘straight woman’ who does not hesitate to express her feelings for Lee Pyo even in situations where she and Nam-young are getting married.