This was very late to YouTube, but I did upload this as a podcast earlier last month. In this one, I finish my final thoug0ts on the whole drama as well as the last three episodes because the schedule changed suddenly and threw me off.
*I’ll post on YT once every Wednesday.
Um drama que vai muito além do contexto de serial killer, do gênero romance policial, ele explora preconceitos em relação a saúde mental, explora a manipulação midiática, explora como um diagnóstico psicológico errado, pode mudar a vida de uma pessoa para sempre. Hyun Soo era sim capaz de amar, não só em sua cabeça, não era algo fingido, ele sentia isso com o seu corpo, com as suas ações, seus gestos. E mesmo no fim, com toda uma reviravolta que deixou a Dramaland nos nervos, ele conseguiu mostrar que o amor que ele sentia por sua mulher e sua filha, superava tudo.
Flower of Evil acabou, e foi mais um dos kdramas de 2020 que me ensinou e me surpreendeu do início ao fim. Um drama cujo o tema levava o telespectador a pensar que além do protagonista ser o filho de um serial killer, ele também havia cometido assassinato. E anos depois assumiu nova identidade, como novos pais, e se casou com uma detetive, sem que ela desconfiasse de nada. Uma família aos olhos de todos, perfeita. Até que tudo começa a dar bem errado. A vida de Hyun Soo (o filho do serial), vira de cabeça pra baixo, e a segurança que ele pensava ter, vai embora. A sua mulher começa a desconfiar, e ele vai ter que provar a sua inocência, até o fim.
all in BLACK and WHITE.
Flower of Evil 10/10
It was such a superb plot and acting! Every episode made me long for the next one! Such emotions they made us feel to the extremes! Pain, sadness, despair, guilt, anger, injustice, and lastly, happiness.
There was some similarity with My Fellow Citizens, but its more complicated, twisted, and serious.
Some parts were really just WOW!
Lee Joon Gi and Moon Chae Won made us feel all other emotions that came with ‘love’. Surely, Lee Joon Gi drama never disappoints.
This got to win an award really! Kudos to the cast, writers, staff and production crew. This song too is LIT!
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Hi everyone! Well, I just finished one of the best kdrama I’ve ever watched, Flower of evil. I want to share a little bit (or maybe a lot) of my thoughts here with u guys.You all must’ve agreed with me..this drama is AMAZING. Well, plot-wised, it’s very interesting, all of the ups and downs, the problem, etc. It’s not just some drama with lovers quarrel or serial killer stuffs, but they can combine it with family matters, even with true, but realistic love between the roles.
I think i want to rant my thoughts about the 2 main roles here. Well, for Lee Joon Gi, I think his amazing skill and taletns in acting cannot be questioned anymore, isn’t it? He came back with those amazing acting skills, along with his minor expression which could easily breaks my heart. Even when in all of those scenes where he holding in all of his feelings, his madness, his sadness, everything.. I feel like I can feel it too. Not only the male male lead, the female lead also plays with my feelings too, you know. The female lead, Moon Chae Won, is .. may I called her a dream woman? Dream lady? Dream mom and wife? Not only she pursued her dream as a detective, she also doesn’t forget her roles as a wife and a mom. Her acting is also as amazing as the male lead. Tbh, this is the first drama that I watched, with her as the actress. I’ve never notice her before. Now, my list of fav actress increases! For IU, to Shin Hye-sun, and now? Moon Chae Won.
I also want to talk about this role, Baek Hee Seong. You know what? Even though this role portray madness, a psycho man.. which can kill people without even blinking.. but. guys. Please. Kim Ji Hoon really played a big role in the plot, with his wonderful acting. You remember when he smiles warmly at his mom.. after she was interviewed by Ji Won’s sunbae? I guess? He smile warmly.. and then at a split second, he changed his expression into a madman. Also when we talk with Do Min Seok in the woods, with Jung Mi Sook tied to the tree. His expression suddenly turns from a flat-faced, into a psycho man who wants to kill someone. OMG.. its kinda freaking me out, but the fact that it does, meaning that his acting skills is just… amazing. Even when his dad, turns crazy in the hospital after his dad, we can feel that his dad really cares for his son. I thought that Baek Man Won (is it?) Only cares for his own careers. But its turns out that I was completely wrong. The fact that he turns crazy, or unstable after his son is death, shows how much he loves him, and shows how much is his sorrow, and grieve. He, who has hallucination, that Hyun su is Hee Seong, really breaks my heart you know? And Hee seong smile at that time.. is also very2 sweet, but sad at the same time. Whoa.. thinking back on that scene makes me want to cry. What tragedy that has befallen to this family.
Well anyway, i managed to not to cry, after all! Though my heart breaks for several time.. lol. And for the ending.. I think its very fulfilling.. and somewhat.. realistic. Hyun sun didn’t just suddenly regain his memories whatsoever, but he wants to start a new journey, from zero, with Ji Won and Eun Ha. The most important part is, he can start their life, with him as Hyun su, and not as someone else.
I am so over the moon about flower of evil and can’t find a reason to not call it my favorite k-drama as of now, for countless reasons. the amount of times I was on the edge of my toes yelling at the characters in the screen or having crying sessions, especially after each episode’s epic ending already says enough. the plot. is. so. good. And the depth these characters have is *chef’s kiss* Do Hyun Su’s search for an identity. the intensity of family love, couple-wise and between father and daughter. *bawls my soul out*
I saw a recurring theme of CLEANSING, specifically washing away guilt from former sins. Hear me out: detective Cha Ji Won loves rain; rain often symbolizes rejuvenation, rebirth. Every time Do Hyun Su has an epiphany about himself and gains the willpower to change for the better– it is in the RAIN. Also, remember that scene where Do Hyun Su and his sister and Reporter Kim were splashing each other with water in a creek when they were younger? In a way, the entire plot of the drama revolves around these three character feeling profound guilt and then working together to wash their dirt-ridden past away.
Another thing I’d like to point out is that Do Hyun Su was SEEN as a psychopath whenever he played the role of Baek Hee song. Right when he lost his memories as Baek Hee Song (not coincidentally, the car crash incident), people no longer viewed him as a psychopath. Baek Hee song is the only TRUE psychopath of this story. And right when this horrible killer entered the storyline and woke up from his coma, Do Hyun Soo regained his real identity. the public (and including us, the viewers, at one point) only perceived Do Hyun Soo as a psychopath - as incapable of feeling emotions - but that is a fake façade, and in reality, he is just a victim of childhood trauma. Through out his life, he convinced himself to believe that he was only manipulating people for his selfish benefit– but that act is actually only truly taken by the village forearm of his past, who manipulated others to think Do Hyun Soo was possessed, in order to steal money. Do Hyun Soo allowed the negative thoughts from his trauma to shape a wrongful perception of himself – which happens to be exactly how his metal workshop is organized.
His metal workshop looks cheery and happy on the outside, but inside, there is a dark basement, similar to the basement of his serial killer father. This is how Do Hyun Soo viewed himself, until Cha Ji Won familiarized herself with his workshop better, hence, learning more about him and his past, and loving him regardless of it. Do Hyun Soo has an evil, depressing background, but he was still able to find the good inside of himself and nurture it as if it was like, dare I say, a fragile and beautiful flower.
oh dear God, I think I’m done.
Sorry for my absence guys 🙄 I’m pretty busy with work and I didn’t have time to draw… I’m currently working on the sketch I’ve started days ago (correcting errors here and there….).
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Que episódio tenso! Suspense demais. A ultima vitima Mi Sook está vivíssima! Por mais que eu suspeitasse, não sabia que ela estaria naquele maldito hospital, o mesmo hospital que o Hyun Soo foi “tratado” quando era mais novo. E eles tão incriminando o Do Hyun
Começamos o Ep na época em que o serial conheceu seu cúmplicee (Baek Hee Sung), lá no maldito hospital.
E tivemos também a fofa da filhinha do Do Hyun Soo descobrindo o pai dela, levando a desconfiança da detetive em relação ao marido. Pois a empregada da casa dos Baek já tinha sido assassinada pelo Baek Hee Sung, e ele tinha incriminado o Hyun Soo.
E o episódio termina mais que tenso, a Detetive Cha quer prender o Hyun Soo e não acredita nele de forma alguma, e ele solta a real para ela (
Poxa patroa, tá esse tempo todo confiando nele e dá uma bola fora dessa. Doeu ele falando isso aí :/ e aí do nada ele parte pra cima). Claramente acho que ele não vai fazer mal algum para ela, e é um plano para ele conseguir pegar o cumplice e achar a Min Sook. Se ele for preso, ninguém descobre nada.
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E isso aqueceu meu coração de uma forma, ela mostrando para ele o quanto ele é sim amado, e o quanto ele sabe amar.
Que a linguagem de amor dele é diferente da dela, ele ama através dos inúmeros cuidados que tem por ela e pela família, ela lembrou que ele que cuidou dela nos momentos mais complicados. Ele sempre esteve la por ela
Nossa, 11 episódio que dou uma nota 100000. A Atuação dos personagens de Lee Joon Ki (Baek Hee Sung/ Do Hyun Soo) e Moon Chae Won (Cha Ji Won) estão de parabéns, principalmente neste episódio.
Ela salvando ele, de quase morrer nas mãos de um dos organizadores do tráfico humano (O pai do verdadeiro Baek Hee Sung acaba contratando
esse homem para matar o Do Hyun Soo, se livrando dele e assim querendo trazer a “vida do filho” de volta) e ele descobrindo que ela sabe sobre todo o passado dele, e a questiona porque ela esta ainda com ele, e porque o salvou e não o prendeu.
Ele aprendendo a lidar com as emoções, é fantástico.
E finalmente, ele pode contar com alguém.
Tivemos também a confirmação de quem era o cúmplice, confesso que estou bem feliz de ter acertado <3. O episódio 10 deu muitas pistas boas, mas o 11 veio para confirmar que o verdadeiro Baek Hee Sung era o cúmplice do Serial Killer.
Claro, o atropelamento do Hyun Soo foi acidental, mas a troca foi toda premeditada pela familia Baek, a fim de proteger o filho.
O qual quero saber como ficou em coma.