Navillera Episode 1 Recap

Navillera Episode 1 Recap

At the table, his granddaughter Eun-ho is informed to work exhausting, or she’ll end up like his uncle Seong-gwan. And then Lee Chae-rok’s story starts, and his coach Ki Seung-joo is berating him for not being good enough. He wonders why the dancer is hesitating and asks if it’s about his father.

A 70-year-old with a dream and a 23-12 months-old with a gift carry each other out of harsh realities and rise to the problem of becoming ballerinos. Netflix supports the Digital Advertising Alliance Principles. Learn extra about our use of cookies and knowledge.

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Overall, I suppose this is going to be a really feel-good, coronary heart warming drama which I want after the depth of the Vincenzo episodes on the weekend. Also, one small gripe, as someone who used to bounce ballet, some of the scenes where Chaerok was dancing a routine, the steps did not fit the music in any respect. I think that pulled me out of being immersed within the drama. The different airing drama I watch is Vincenzo and I needed this show to sit back out.


Hope the drama would not get tooooo sluggish-paced or boring although. For now the pacing seems alright and the following ep looks prefer it’ll have some laughs thrown in. I’m loving the feeling the scenes evoke, with its muted autumn colors and melodic piano score. The sparse dialogue and quiet scenes make me feel like I’m watching a film instead. Amidst the motion-charged Vincenzo and Sisyphus which might be on-air right now, Navillera looks like a pleasant calm respite from all of the gunfire and CGI visible results. I’m loving how we get to have a simple going drama a day after being crushed psychologically by vincenzo hahaha.

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Navillera is greater than a visually appealing drama for viewers who like ballet. It’s a sweet joke about the value of human connection. Shim Deok Chool, a 70-12 months-old retiree, at all times dreamt of turning into a ballet dancer.

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