Ki Seung-joo refuses to let Deok-chul ballet, but Deok-chul insists he desires to learn at his institution. The subsequent day, Deok-chul turns up to watch ballet apply again. Deok-chul admits to Ki Seung-joo that he’s never capable of do anything he wished his whole life — he desires to give it a shot. Episode 1 builds the foundations of a heartwarming story that brings ballet as the commonality.
Overall, I suppose this is going to be a feel-good, heart warming drama which I need after the intensity of the Vincenzo episodes on the weekend. Also, one small gripe, as someone who used to dance ballet, a few of the scenes the place Chaerok was dancing a routine, the steps didn’t fit the music at all. I assume that pulled me out of being immersed within the drama. The other airing drama I watch is Vincenzo and I needed this show to sit back out.
It’s clear he’s in ache although and with every spin and twist, his leg continues to provide method. To make matters worse, Mr Ki arrives and sees him trying too exhausting, commenting how there’s no emotion and it’s all very robotic. In truth, Mr Ki even tells him he doesn’t deserve to bounce. That evening, Deok-Chool spies an commercial on a bus shelter for Swan Lake, and heads there to observe it. With a giant grin plastered on his face, Deok-Chool claps enthusiastically when the present concludes.
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Navillera is more than a visually interesting drama for viewers who like ballet. It’s a sweet comic story about the worth of human connection. Shim Deok Chool, a 70-yr-old retiree, all the time dreamt of turning into a ballet dancer.