The Moon Embracing the Sun TV Series (HK Version) (4discs) 해를 품은 달
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TV, Drama, Traditional, Romance, Fantasysubtitle:
Dolby Digital 2.0release date:
Mar 19, 2012
Region Code: All, NTSC
3 Discs HD DVD-9 Plastic Bag Packing Ver. ( 20 Episodes Complete Series )
Rating for English subtitles: Average
HK Version K-Drama DVD
HK Version K-Drama DVD does not have good quality English subtitles.
Incorrect grammar and typos are found and sometimes the translation has serious defects.
If English subtitles matter, please buy another one.
Also Known As
The Sun and the Moon
The Moon That Embraces the Sun
The Moon in the Sun
Broadcast: January 4, 2012 ~ March 15, 2012
Based on the novel written by popular author Jeong Eungwol (“The Lives of Sungkyunkwan Scholars”) and directed by Kim Do Hoon (“Royal Family”),
The Moon Embracing the Sun” is a fantasy series that fuses romance into a historical backdrop..
Set in a fictional time of the Joseon era, a chance meeting between the crown prince and a nobleman’s daughter gives rise to political strife, conspiracies and a fateful love that surpasses even death. Though chosen as Crown Princess, Heo Yeonwoo is torn from her rightful place and is forced to undertake a new life. Years later, the star-crossed lovers reunite as Wol, the secretive shaman, and King Yi Hwon, the man who lost his innocence with the death of his beloved.
“The Moon Embracing The Sun” tells a love story between King Lee Hwon and a female shaman named Wol. Wol was born from a noble family and became the crown princess, but she was entrapped and faced execution. Finally, she lived as a shaman.
A court romance drama which is set in a royal palace during the rule of a fictional king. The story centers around 23-year-old king Lee Hwon and his first lover whom he is ready to give all his life. It is a story of innocent love among young people of a different era. Their sad but beautiful love story. Their pure royal romance shrouded in gloom. Love of different colors... The drama also talks about right-positioning. Every element should be set in its proper place. Just how it is dangerous for the solar system if the sun and the moon were to swerve off course, the whole world can be dangerous when things stray from their original path. This is the political ideology of King Lee Hwon.