Kim So Hyun Tries To Teach Na In Woo How To Fight In “River Where The Moon Rises”
A reinterpretation of a classic Goguryeo folk tale, “River Where the Moon Rises” is a drama that retells the famous love story of Princess Pyeonggang (Kim So Hyun) and On Dal (Na In Woo).
Previously, Pyeonggang announced her marriage to On Dal, and they started a new life together as newlyweds in Ghost Village. This was set up to deceive everyone, and it will be intriguing to find out how their relationship will affect everything in this game for power.
The newly released stills depict Pyeonggang and On Dal practicing how to fight. Pyeonggang turns into a patient but firm teacher, and she first teaches On Dal how to hold a sword. On Dal grins at her closeness, but Pyeonggang is nothing but serious as she instructs him. He looks lost and confused as he wields the sword, and it’s obvious he isn’t used to fighting with it. Unlike Pyeonggang who has mastered martial arts since childhood, On Dal has lived a life far away from swords, as instructed by his father On Hyup (Kang Ha Neul) in his will. So questions are raising about why Pyeonggang suddenly decided to teach him how to fight and why he decided to pick up the sword despite his beliefs.
The drama’s production team stated, “Pyeonggang begins to teach On Dal martial arts with a big plan in mind. Please look forward to how the story of On Dal, a fool who met Princess Pyeonggang and became the leader of Goguryeo, will be portrayed in the drama.”
The next episode of “River Where the Moon Rises” airs on March 16 at 9:30 p.m. KST.
Watch “River Where the Moon Rises” with English subtitles below: