The K-drama industry offers a range of content, though it is believed to focus primarily on romantic dramas. Whether tackling serious social issues or exposing political atrocities, these K-dramas never fail to get their point across. In recent years, they have turned their attention to historical dramas and have produced excellent TV shows such as kingdom And Arthdale Records. The latter are becoming increasingly popular, although they are still underappreciated and underrated.Game of Thrones Koreanby many international viewers.
Arthdale Records It is a 2019 historical fantasy drama starring descendants of the sunSong Joong Ki in the lead role. The plot is set in the fictional land of Arthdal during ancient times, and the fate of Eun-seom (Song Joong-ki) brings disaster to Arthdal, resulting in great suffering for him and his mother. However, his mother eventually leads him out of danger by sacrificing herself, leaving Eun-seom in the able hands of the Wahan tribe. On the other hand, Ta Gon (Jang Dang Gun) is a war hero of Arthdal. With a desire to become king of Arthdal, he commands an army to capture the Wahan tribe, setting Eun Seum on the path to confronting his great foe and uniting the land under his leadership.
While the series aired 18 episodes divided into three parts, it only made it to the first season. While the second season has been announced for some time, it does raise the question of which characters we’ll be able to see in the next season. With that in mind, here are our best guesses for the characters and how they’ll affect the story in the upcoming season.
Saya (Song Joong Ki) is the identical twin of Eun Seom, Asa Hoon and Nayanthal’s two sons, Ragaz. When Ta-Gon kills Ragaz, he secretly brings up Saya and raises him as his own son with the help of Tae-ha (Kim Ok-bin). In the first two parts, Saya is a regular character, occasionally offering ideas to Ta Gon on how he can become King of Arthdal, but in the third part of season one, he ups the ante by thwarting Tae Al Ha’s plan as a reward for killing Senari, the girl he loved.
He is a skilled strategist who aids Ta Gon in his crusade to become King of Arthdal, but at the end of Season 1, Eun Seom unites the tribes that Ta Gon had suppressed. Going forward, it will be interesting to see if Saya follows in the footsteps of his father, Ta-Gon, or realizes the truth about his brother and chooses to stand by him.
Tai Elh, the daughter of the chief of the Hai clan, and Ta Gon were childhood sweethearts. However, despite her vow to make Ta Gon king and stay by his side forever, things changed at the end of the first season. When Ta-gun intended to torture Hae Mi-hol (Joo Seung-ha), who was only loyal to San Woong (Kim Eui-sung), she had no choice but to poison him and free him from his misery.
She then reveals that she is pregnant with Ta-Gon’s child, once again explaining why she is still alive, because Ta-Gon will not try to kill her now. It will be interesting to see what Tae Al Ha brings to the table in Season 2, regardless of whether she works with Eun Seom to eliminate Ta Gon or schemes on her own.
Tan Ya (Kim Ji Won) has come a long way from being an ordinary girl who fell in love with Eun Seom to becoming Asa Sin’s ancestral mother to the full Arthdal. At first, she is depicted as the great spiritual mother of the successor of the Wahan tribe, but when her entire tribe is enslaved, she is forced to serve Ta Gon, learning through hardship that only by force can we save our loved ones.
Her character development was almost the same as Saya’s, as she only developed at the end of the first season. In the next season, we can see a plot where she falls in love with Saya instead of reuniting with her old lover, Eun Seom. Although many fans are different, Tan Ya and Saya have great chemistry, and we can’t wait to see how Tan Ya affects the land of Arthdal in the future.
Yeseurobeu and Rottip
Neanderthals have been enemies of humans since the beginning of the story, resulting in a sneak attack that wiped out nearly every member of their species. In the course of the show, few Neanderthals are still alive, which brings us to these two characters: Yiseuroobeu (Song Jong Ho) and Rottip (Choi Ro Woon).
Even though they didn’t get much screen time in the first season, they were shown to be incredibly strong when they rescued Eun Seom from a tiger. While Yiseuroobeu was next in line to be the leader of the Neanderthals who were betrayed by the Arthdal League when they massacred his people, Rottip was a child who was saved by Eun Seom’s parents. These two joining Eun Seom in some way in the upcoming season will make things very exciting.