Today, we’ll be discussing Episode 8 of Mr. Queen, the hit K Drama on Netflix starring Shin Hye-sun as Kim So-yong, Kim Jyung-hun as King Cheoljong, Seol In-ah as Jo Hwa-jin, Na In-woo as Kim Byeong-in, and Choi Jin-hyuk as Jang Bong-hwan.
The song we feature during the recap: Here I Am by Jo Hyun-Ah. It seems both the king and the queen are looking to the other to see them as they really are.
How the queen’s memories are back and this is really messing with Jang Bong-hwan’s mind.
How we learn more about the connection between the king, the queen and Jo Hwa-jin from when they were kids.
The queen accuses Jo Hwa-jin of being the fake Kim So-yong. What does this mean?
The king now clearly knows that Kim Byeong-in has inappropriate feelings for the queen.
Kim Byeong-in has basically declared war against the king, in his quest to protect the queen.
The king is showing more of his true self to Kim Byeong-in when he protects the queen against what he thought was an attacker.
The Dowager Queen is playing dangerous politics when she gives Jo Hwa-jin a jade phoenix hairpin.
The ending of the episode when the king fights with the scarred eunuch. The queen, in trying to protect the king, hits him with a ceramic pot. When Kim Byeon-in rushes in, he sees the king and queen kissing, because “there will be no No Touch tonight.”
Neolttwigi, of the Korean jumping game that girls played to jump on a seesaw and see outside their family compounds.
The amazing filming locations for Mr. Queen