In-depth Look At The ‘Rebel: Thief Who Stole The People’, Is It Worth The Watch?


In-depth Look At The 'Rebel: Thief Who Stole The People'

In-depth Look At The 'Rebel: Thief Who Stole The People', Is It Worth The Watch?

“Rebel: Thief Who Stole the People” is the newest TV series of MBC, starring Yoon Kyun Sang, Honey Lee, Kim Ji Suk and Chae Soo Bin. Hong Gil Dong’s life is the main focus of the drama. He is a famous literary figure in Korean history, much like with England’s Robin Hood. Hong Gil Dong is said to have stolen from the Korean nobles, and gave the stolen goods and riches to the poor people. It is one of the well-loved stories in Korea, which have amassed various adaptations throughout the years, both in drama and in films.
According to Asian Wiki , the MBC’s version of Hong Gil Dong puts him as a second child of a poor family who works for a nobleman who has connections to the palace. The costumes that were used are simple and very basic. Even the nobles who should have worn robes with brighter colors just wore simple ones. With this, the drama instantly gets a negative blow. However, the problem with the costumes is put to the sidelines, thanks to the beautiful cinematography that the drama had. Every shot of the drama will surely be appreciated by any viewer, thanks to the breathtaking landscapes and rich terrain featured in the series. The mountains were shot perfectly, together with the palace compound of the nobles. With these, the aesthetics and cinematography of “Rebel: Thief Who Stole the People” is surely an A+. According to Soompi , the drama’s quality is also pretty good, knowing that MBC is one of the most reputable entertainment companies in South Korea. The effort that the crew put in the sets can clearly be seen. Surely, the first two episodes of “Rebel: Thief Who Stole the People” had showed that Koreans really know how to make historical drama series that can touch the lives of its viewers. With the combination of its breathtaking cinematography and touching plotline, the drama surely brings Korean entertainment to the next level.

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