Yes, you heard it right, that’s what the first episode of Vagabond did to me. At first I thought it was just an ordinary action drama that I usually see, but I was wrong. I will not give you specific details that will become a spoiler, instead I will give you an introduction and what the drama made me feel.
Initially, I really thought that this will be a slow-paced long introduction type of drama. I did not expect how fast the introduction would be and how each scene held a lot of meaning. Lee Seung Gi amazed me with his action stunts, OMG he’s so good! His action scenes kept me on the edge of my seat; restless, but wanting for more. I guarantee that you will have the same feeling I had when you watch this. There is no dull moment. And this is just the start of the long journey that we’ll have but I believe it will be worthwhile.
Vagabond is South Korean Drama distributed by SBS, Sony Pictures International and Netflix, that started last September 20, 2019. Starring Lee Seung Gi, Bae Suzy, Shin Sung Rok and many more. The locations for this production are Portugal, Morroco and South Korea.
Cha Dal Gun’s (Lee Seung Gi) is an aspiring stuntman, but then stopped doing stunts to look for a better job to provide for his nephew. His world was shattered when a mysterious plane crash that killed a lot of civilians including Cha Dal Gun’s nephew. He then found that there was a possibility that the plane crash was not an accident. As he embarks his journey on finding the truth, his life intertwine with Go Hae Ri (Bae Suzy) who is an undercover agent for the National Intelligence Service. Join him as he embarks his journey for the truth.
The Vagabond, Lee Seung Gi is coming here in Manila on October 12, 2019 at the New Frontier Theater. If you haven’t bought any tickets you may still do so. Just click the link below.