Park Eun-bin (left) as Lee Hwi and Rowoon as Jung Ji-woon in a still from Netflix K-drama The King’s Affection. Photo: Netflix
Park Eun-bin (left) as Lee Hwi and Rowoon as Jung Ji-woon in a still from Netflix K-drama The King’s Affection. Photo: Netflix
Stephen McCarty
Opinion

Opinion

What a view by Stephen McCarty

Netflix K-drama The King’s Affection, bloody, gender-bending historical romance, could do with some edits

  • The drippy romance in Netflix’s The King’s Affection is offset by plenty of action – not all of it palatable – and the K-drama could have used sharper editing
  • Three-part documentary The Boxing Day Tsunami examines the 2004 Indian Ocean disaster, with minute-by-minute account of events as related by survivors

Park Eun-bin (left) as Lee Hwi and Rowoon as Jung Ji-woon in a still from Netflix K-drama The King’s Affection. Photo: Netflix
Park Eun-bin (left) as Lee Hwi and Rowoon as Jung Ji-woon in a still from Netflix K-drama The King’s Affection. Photo: Netflix
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