'Great Doctor' Ryu Deok Hwan Grows Into King Gong Min
By Staff Writer | August 31, 2012 05:38 AM EDT
Ryu Deok Hwan is growing into the King of Goryeo.
King Gong Min tries to think about whether fighting Ki Chul is the right thing to do in order to look out for the well-being of the citizens and becoming the king. However, we know that in the eighth episode, scheduled to air September 4th, King Gong Min changes into the formal attire of Goryeo in order to become its king.
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King Gong Min wishes to escape from the Won Dynasty's hold on Korea, while trying to fend off Ki Chul, whose ambition is evident and who is putting a lot of pressure on the king. In this situation, people are wondering what he will do next.
"Great Doctor" production released a statement saying, "King Gong Min has been portrayed to be a weak king in the past but in the eighth episode, something will happen that will make you notice him for who he is and Ryu Deok Hwan will show off his trained acting skills, as the drama faces another plot turning point."
Ryu Deok Hwan said, "In that scene, King Gong Min becomes a true leader of a country this will be a turning point for his growth and improvement. I hope viewers stick around to see how King Gong Min will grow in his own right."
"Great Doctor" airs every Monday and Tuesday and lastly, viewers were left with a cliffhanger, watching Choi Young fall into Ki Chul's traps.
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