"The Queen"s Classroom" is admittedly riveting. It has a magnetic emotional draw this is created through a mix of very good writing, music, directing and acting. Especially the acting, which is very important in a character-driven drama. those youngsters are just amazing. maximum dramas leisure at the shoulders of adults, yet this one rests firmly on the shoulders of a classroom of twelve-year-olds. That"s fairly a role for one of these young cast.Their leader, Ko Hyeon-jeong, brings scary existence to her well-written character, the mysterious and harsh Ma Yeo-jin. Ma is darkly artful and uses that to terrorize her students. When one student, Move Na-ri (Lee Yeong-yoo), takes courage and tells her faculty board mom about the things taking place in the classroom, the youngsters take hope that their school scenario will improve. Na-ri"s mother gathers the opposite moms and in combination they hurricane the school, in a position to carry hell. They leave believing that Ma walks on water and assist her coaching methods.The kids are, in effect, left by myself in Ma"s classroom and no longer employing a outdoor interference, which is precisely what Ma wanted.
Dong-goo from The Queen"s Classroom Episode 2
One child, however, used to be already alone: funny guy Oh Dong-goo (Cheon Bo-geun). We learned final episode that he has a lovely lonely homelife. He also gets bullied by two older scholars who are quite brutal with their beatings and demands for money. They look ahead to him each day after school to torture him - instructor Ma watches the torture from afar.Instead of preventing the bullies, Ma teaches Dong-goo how to deal with them himself. opposed to somebody more tough than him, an individual can best run away. If he can"t, then he will have to surrender. If he has the courage, he can possibility his life because "violence against the susceptible stems from cowardliness. It's vital to attack that cowardice and menace your life".Is this army schooling for a death undertaking or an fundamental school seminar?But when Dong-goo takes courage and faces his bullies, they are utterly unnerved by his newfound courage; he called them cowards and dared them to overcome him further. If they did, they knew they"d kill him. that's a terrifying thought. The bullies leave him.Ma gave Dong-goo courage and for that, she earns his loyalty and admiration. that are intended to be a just right thing. But Ma doesn"t see it that way. She sees it as weakness. To expunge the weakness from him, she comes to a decision to strip him down further. She humiliates him to the point of tears in front of his classmates by telling them his tragic story: his teenaged mother left him with his grandfather because she didn"t like him. nobody else does either.Ha-na speaks up and publicizes that she likes him as a friend. Then she degrees a challenging stare at her teacher. I wonder what Ma will say to that to additional overwhelm these childrens" spirits.
Teacher Ma Yeo-jin isn"t a psychopath or a sadist. There are a couple of fleeting moments of empathy expressed by the twitch of a forehead or a shaky sigh. But, the ones moments make her much scarier. She has determined to be merciless to coach her students what she believes is right: the arena won"t can assist you so you want to assist yourself. whilst this is correct to an extent, we are human for a reason. We bond and feature empathy. We make buddies and love.The query is: why is she this way? What has the area done to Ma to make her so fatalistic? The directorial and writing choices shroud her in mystery. We hardly get complete frame shots of Ma unless she"s about to take someone down, be it kid or parent. more repeatedly than not we see her feet, or her arms, or her face. Bits and pieces of a lady became a monster.The mothers" interviews came about in a gloomy room where only Ma"s face turned into lit and the fogeys were spotlighted like criminals being interviewed. When Ma watches Dong-goo, we see her silhouette and the wind blows eerily. It"s a secretive taste of camera paintings that is in direct juxtaposition with how the scholars and other academics are filmed: with a lot of mild and color. I like this more or less camera storytelling.And, as a musician, I can"t overlook to mention the fabulous score. It"s totally orchestrated and uses normal subject matter instead of the karaoke versions of the OST songs.But more than all of that, I truly wish to see what happens. I"ve been drawn into this world. I believe for these kids. I"m focused on this teacher. And I don"t wish to wait a complete week to observe episode 3.
Written by Raine from Raine"s Dichotomy
"The Queen"s Classroom" is directed by Lee Dong-yoon, written by Kim Eun-hee-II and Kim Won-seok-II and contours Ko Hyeon-jeong, Seo Sin-ae, Kim Sae-ron, Ricky Kim, Kim Hyang-ki and Choi Yoon-yeong-I.