Moonshine also known as When Flowers Bloom, I Think of the Moon / Flower Blooms, Moon Shines (꽃피면 달 생각하고 / Kkotpimyeon Dal Saenggakhago) is a Korean drama starring Yoo Seung Ho, Hyeri, Byeon Woo Seok, Kang Mi Na. Premiere Dec-20-2021 on KBS 2TV.
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 8, 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
“Moonshine” is a drama set in the Joseon era, during the time when prohibition laws were at their strongest. The series will tell the love story of Kang Ro Seo (Hyeri), a struggling aristocrat who starts illegally manufacturing alcohol to support her family, and Joseon’s biggest inspector Nam Young (Yoo Seung Ho), who is known for living a life of principles.
KBS2 Monday-Tuesday drama , which is being aired as a follow-up to 《Yeonmo 》 from December 20, 2021 . It is a fusion historical drama brought to the background of the late Joseon Dynasty, when strict prohibition was imposed , containing the story of four youths who ‘cross the line’, growing up as they grow up in the age of prohibition.
From the moment we come out into the world and weep for the first time,
we learn and learn various taboos, big and small.
“You should hold the chopsticks with your right hand.”
“Men don’t show tears recklessly.”
“Don’t shake your legs.” “What is this sissy room?”
“Didn’t I tell you not to get involved in talking to adults?”
Some things are so accustomed to
being invisible that we cannot even feel them with our skin.
As if it were a part of us.
But the moment we throw it away, the world changes terribly.
Pointing fingers, cursing, and laughing.
Only then will we be able to see for the first time.
A bridle called taboo that is fastened to our ankles.
In the 18th century, fictional Joseon, an era in which even questioning what was forbidden was not permitted.
It is a story of young men and women who become entangled like fate in the era of severe prohibition, disobeying the
world’s expectations, doing things the world does not want, and
tearing down the existing solid world.
But let’s not be too afraid.
They will be broken, frustrated and weeping, but at the
same time they will grow up in love and friendship. I hope you will feel liberated together through the delightful and dangerous rebellion of young people who rebel
against the forbidden world and jump into a completely unfamiliar world .