Hwanhee (played by Yoo Seung-ho) stages enchantment. An extraordinary old stage enchantment the smooth kind. There truly is something delightful about watching Hwanhee hauls balls all of a sudden, pull off persuading vanishing acts, controlling pulley frameworks, and faking his demise. Yoo Seung-ho truly charms in this part, so it’s little astound that Hwanhee can get the consideration of Cheong-myeong (played by Ko Ah-ra). She’s an in disguise princess who hates her ordered fate.
“The Joseon Magician” is an adjustment of an Internet novel, and that much is obvious given the essential design of the plot. “The Joseon Magician” is a great sentiment where the principle unmistakable components are the Joseon setting and the enchantment traps, and these plot components exist for one reason alone-to make the scenes Hwanhee and Cheong-myeong have together ridiculously adorable. Hwanhee makes such an unsure decided push to charm Cheong-myeong it’s anything but difficult to overlook the way that his strategy comprises totally of sleight of hand.