Shin Hye-sun in a still from Mr. Queen, a Korean drama that is part royal palace period piece, part body-swap comedy. She plays a queen whose body is invaded by a male chef from the present day. Photo: Viu Shin Hye-sun in a still from Mr. Queen, a Korean drama that is part royal palace period piece, part body-swap comedy. She plays a queen whose body is invaded by a male chef from the present day. Photo: Viu
Shin Hye-sun in a still from Mr. Queen, a Korean drama that is part royal palace period piece, part body-swap comedy. She plays a queen whose body is invaded by a male chef from the present day. Photo: Viu

In K-drama Mr. Queen, body-swap comedy meets period drama, and scores laughs amid the royal palace scheming

  • Shin Hye-sun stars as a queen from Korea’s Joseon Ero whose body is taken over by a male chef from the present day
  • Comedic moments ensue as the character tries to adjust to rigid court decorum while asserting her/his masculinity, and seeking a way back to the 21st century

Topic |   Korean drama reviews
Shin Hye-sun in a still from Mr. Queen, a Korean drama that is part royal palace period piece, part body-swap comedy. She plays a queen whose body is invaded by a male chef from the present day. Photo: Viu Shin Hye-sun in a still from Mr. Queen, a Korean drama that is part royal palace period piece, part body-swap comedy. She plays a queen whose body is invaded by a male chef from the present day. Photo: Viu
Shin Hye-sun in a still from Mr. Queen, a Korean drama that is part royal palace period piece, part body-swap comedy. She plays a queen whose body is invaded by a male chef from the present day. Photo: Viu
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