So, are you enjoying The Slave Hunters a.k.a Chuno on KBS World?
Malaysians will only get the drama’s 4th episode tonight and I must tell ya, Chuno has kicked off with a really good start.
So far, the story is interesting, the leads are full of charisma and the comedy is spot on. I rarely spend time watching dramas (preferring to watch a 2-hour movie and be done with it), but I think I’ll make time to watch this 24-episode series. Of course, it doesn’t hurt that Oh Ji-ho is in the drama ;-).
I’ve only watched two out of the three episodes and surprisingly, what has caught my eye – up until this moment – is not the leads but supporting actor and comic relief Kim Ji-suk (Likeable Or Not). He’s a hoot as the lascivious Wang Son, an apprentice slave hunter who has nothing on his mind but girls.
Kim is reportedly set to exchange his torn and tattered Chuno clothes for a more contemporary attire. He will be appearing in Lee Min-ho’s new drama Personal Taste.
As for the stars of Chuno being chummy, Lee Da-hae, who portrays Hye-won in the show, has put up a series of photos of her with her leading men. Don’t they look cute together?
To check out what I’m ranting about, tune in to KBS World (Astro 303) tonight at 9pm. Chuno goes on air every Wednesday and Thursday.
Are you watching Chuno? What do you have to say about it? No spoilers, please.