Excitement Continues in New Trailer for “Arthdal Chronicles”

Arthdal Chronicles Korean Drama - Jang Dong Gun

Here’s our next look at the upcoming Korean drama Arthdal Chronicles (or Asadal) starring Song Joong Ki (Descendants of the Sun), Kim Ji Won (Fight for My Way), Jang Dong Gun (Suits), and Kim Ok Bin (Children of a Lesser God) with a new trailer. The epicness continues with plenty of action and excitement as well another look at all of our main cast. It looks great!

Arthdal Chronicles is an epic historical set in ancient times with a story that blends myth and history as a power struggle ensues during the founding of the nation of Gojoseon. It comes from the writers of Six Flying Dragons and Tree With Deep Roots.

Arthdal Chronicles is scheduled to premiere June 1 on tvN.

See the trailer here: https://youtu.be/7HiJBWyszEI

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2 Responses to Excitement Continues in New Trailer for “Arthdal Chronicles”

  1. humbledaisy1 says:

    While I’d be there for Song Joong Ki for most anything, this one strikes me as mish-mash of cultural appropriation. Since the culture left behind from Gojoseon (simply Old Joseon) is mostly pottery and weapons (bronze and some iron), the clothing and faceprint in the clip looked to me like the producers said, “Eh, Africa is close enough,” and just let it go. By the way, there’s a great book, “Korean History in Maps: Pre-history to the 21st century”, that has a lot of information about these and later times. It was particularly helpful when I watched “Scarlet Heart: Ryeo” because it has a lot of information about neighboring states and their relationship to Goreyo. Anyway, I’ll probably let this one pile up episodes and I’ll wait on the reviews.

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    • Kay says:

      I think they are taking more liberty with it since it the story is mythical rather than basing it off of some true historical elements like most sageuks do. It will be interesting to see how they try to portray the ancient times especially with such a strong mythical element to the story. I’m pretty sure I’ll watch this one, but I will wait until it’s almost completed to do so 🙂 I’ll also have to look up that book since I love history.

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