9 Responses to “The Great Seer Disappoints, But Why to Keep Watching”

  1. Nate Broadus says:

    When something is disappoint, I no watch. This how I avoid smelly garbage.

  2. Honey says:

    “The Great Seer” in last place, who knew? These are the type of stories that international audience tend to avoid, so it’s sad that Korean audience are not watching as well (given the low low low rating). 

    “Jeon Woo-chi” may be leading in rating, but the CG is so bad, I couldn’t finish it. 

    “I miss You” is a far better drama. Story wise, it could be better, but I’m not complaining since both the acting and cinematography makes up for it’s lack of. 

  3. Cincinn says:

    I have tried several times to watch The Great Seer, even going back and re-watching episodes thinking…..”maybe I missed something”. I have totally given up to the point where I don’t even know the characters names in the drama. So I started watching Can We Get Married totally love this show.

  4. glacierkn says:

    The plot is exactly why I watch it too!  After seeing Faith, I’m more familiar with the characters, and I’m really curious about the switch from Goryeo to Joseon, and with the power struggle with China.  The plot moves along nicely too, for a historical. 

  5. inxomnia says:

    If it wasn’t a saeguk, I’d probably watch this just for the great cast. Total eye candy and loved their appearance on Running Man.

  6. Jennyhime says:

    I’m hooked, I do agree that some of the casting is a bit odd (that one character ages and the rest don’t) but otherwise I think it has a solid cast for majority of the roles. Ji Sung is great and I really want to see how his character develops. As for the two female leads, Kim So Yeon whom I adore is stuck playing the cutesy type, I expected her character to a bit more fascinating and kickass but now she’s meh while the actress portraying Ban-Ya is more interesting.

  7. Aj says:

    I love the three leads but I cant make myself watch this show. I did enjoy their appearance in RunningMan though.I wish this one’s a better drama, I seriously fell inlove with Ji Sung in Protect the Boss so I was kind of looking forward to this but I didnt like it even from their stills.
    Maybe I got burned with Faith.

  8. John Smith says:

    I only watch historical korean drama nothing more than that love confusing twisting drama..beside, history must be remember so that the tragedy will not happen again in the future

  9. Evan Cat says:

    I’m into this movie as I’m so interested with ancient history, especially that of Asia. However, I noticed that the title of the movie veered from the focus showing what the great seer see. Instead, the center point gravitate to politics and political strategies. To feel a bit better, the story was punctuated, though very few here and there with the prowess of the seer in Feng Shui (which is not even about what the seer see), about how things should be placed for health purposes.

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