[PHOTOS/VID/TRANS] Yoo Ah In is Captivating in Six Flying Dragons 3rd Trailer & Main Posters
So, having released the second teaser, Six Flying Dragons [aka Roots of The Throne] drops visually captivating official posters and the third trailer.
SBS 25th anniversary drama Six flying dragons airing on October 5, released its main poster to show the explosive charisma of the six dragons. The poster taken by Korean best photographer Jo Sun Hee -who have worked many times with Yoo Ah In (and who said on TV a few months ago that he was the best model she ever worked with)- gives an overwhelming feeling.
The tagline on the poster says, “Struggle of power and justice, we will create a new country.”
The black background with the red dragon embossing is a stunning contrast while placing all six dragons together emphatically asserts who the leads are and a glimpse of their character personalities – Yoo Ah In as prince Lee Bang Won, Chun Ho Jin as King Taejo, Kim Myung Min as Jung Do Jeon, Byun Yo Han as Jung Do Jeon’s bodyguard Bang Ji, Shin Se Kyung as Bang Ji’s sister Boon Yi, and Yoon Kyun Sang as the princely bodyguard Moo Hyul.
At the middle of the poster, there are the images of Kim Myung Min and Yoo Ah In. Kim Myung Min shows sharp and mysterious eyes. On the other hand, Yoo Ah In reveals his face as it’s to express Lee Bang Won perfectly. His eyes are strong and his hands holding a sword are firm and powerful.
In addition to the main poster, SBS also released the “Versus Poster”, which depicts the clash of the two most powerful dragons Lee Bang Won (Yoo Ah In) and Jeong Do Jeon (Kim Myung Min).
Definitely not your typical drama posters, I must say.
Six Flying Dragons unveils the 3rd teaser trailer, which is more like a character teaser.
It is the preview of King Lee Seong Gye (Cheon Ho Jin), but we get to see a glimpse of Yoo Ah In shedding the tears. Oh noes!
In this trailer, charismatic General Lee Seong Gye says, “We will fight to death, for if we end up losing, not one soldier should take the responsibility. Yet I have never been defeated in any battle.”
Six Flying Dragons will be aired every Monday and Tuesday starting from October 5.
Hope it won’t end up Tears of The Dragon! 😀 [pun intended]
“please be good, SBS”
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