Having an investment of up to VND 600 billion, The King: Eternal Monarch (King of Destruction) is expected by the audience to become a great work of 2020. But from the beginning until the 6th episode aired, the film has encountered many critics about content, acting or post-production techniques, … Recently, the brainchild of screenwriter Kim Eun Sook has again become the focus of public opinion because of Lee Gon (Lee Min Ho) ‘s costume. full deviation from history.
The scene is accused of being biased against history.
Specifically, in Lee Gon’s portrait portrayed in episode 6, many viewers pointed out that the golden crown he wore was similar to those from the ancient Silla dynasty. Meanwhile, the embroidered cloak seems to belong to the ancient Joseon Dynasty. The “getting his beard stabbed her chin” made the film crew strongly criticized, many netizens commented, “If you don’t know the history, don’t go to the movies” or “The crown and Historical misleading costumes. The film team constantly let me down. This error is too heavy. “
Costumes of ancient Joseon kings.
Crown Silla era.
Lee Gon’s clothes did not match.
Viewers complained about Lee Min Ho’s crown
In the past, the Undying King was also involved in plagiarism when the royal palace in the Korean Empire was thought to be similar in design to the Todai-ji temple in Japan. Not only that, the badge in the movie is also said to be the royal emblem of the country of the rising sun. Despite apologizing, the long-standing political and historical tension is still an unacceptable mistake for Korean audiences.
The badge in the movie is also said to be the royal emblem of the country of the rising sun.
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The King of Eternity airs at 20:00 Vietnamese time every Friday, Saturday on SBS and is updated later on Netflix.