Bossam — Roubar o Destino (2021) poster
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Sob o governo do rei Gwang Hae, as viúvas da Dinastia Joseon eram frequentemente raptadas durante a noite e forçadas a casar com o sequestrador delas, contra a vontade. Essa prática, conhecida como bossam, era um procedimento habitual empregado por aqueles que desejavam facilmente ganhar uma esposa e havia aqueles, como Ba Woo que ganhavam a vida raptando essas viúvas para outros homens. Enquadrado por um crime que não cometeu, Ba Woo foi forçado a desaparecer muito jovem. Escapando de forma fracassada, ele foi forçado a se esconder. Crescendo em uma pobreza abjeta, Ba Woo sobreviveu da melhor forma que conseguiu. Agora um malandro e degenerado, com um hábito de jogo desagradável e uma inclinação para provocar brigas, Ba Woo não era do tipo que se casa; mas não tinha escrúpulos ao raptar viúvas para outros homens. Frequentemente contratado para bossam, Ba Woo nunca teve problemas ao raptar uma esposa, pelo menos não até o dia em que sequestrou acidentalmente a princesa viúva, Soo Kyung. Agora preso com a nora de um inimigo declarado, Ba Woo percebe que a vida dele está dando uma virada inesperada e cada vez mais complicada. Ele será capaz de se libertar de Soo Kyung e retornar à sua antiga vida ou a presença de uma princesa o levará por um caminho diferente? (Fonte: Viki) Editar Tradução

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  • País: South Korea
  • Tipo: Drama
  • Episódios: 20
  • Exibido: Mai 1, 2021 - Jul 4, 2021
  • Exibido em: Sábado, Domingo
  • Original Network: MBN Wavve
  • Duração: 1 hr. 5 min.
  • Pontuação: 8.0 (scored by 2,551 usuários)
  • Classificado: #2487
  • Popularidade: #2034
  • Classificação do Conteúdo: 15+ - Teens 15 or older

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Jan 6, 2023
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No geral 9.0
História 8.5
Acting/Cast 10
Musical 8.0
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"Roubando uma viúva", literalmente!!

Vamos começar pelo começo... O conceito de "Bossam" pode parecer um tanto estranho e engraçado se você o observa com os olhos de hoje em dia (Sequestrar viúvas para se casar com elas, ora essa), mas em sua época, ele tem seus motivos. Ao partir de um fato histórico para construir a narrativa, os envolvidos deram a história uma profundidade maior do que parece à primeira vista. Principalmente se você percebe as nuances e entrelinhas escondidas na primeira metade do drama. Já na segunda metade nos vemos diante de diversas conspirações contra o rei e somos apresentados a problemas complexos dentro da corte.

Olhando para o desenvolvimento da história que prestaram-se a contar, apesar de apresentar tantos conflitos e traições, este não me saiu tão corrido como eu pensei que sairia. Isso mostra uma preocupação em tornar a narrativa consistente e para mim vale uma nota de apreciação ao trabalho dos autores. Apesar deste ponto favorável, acho que pecaram na segunda metade da história mesmo assim. Muitas intrigas e conflitos resolvidos de maneira um tanto quanto insatisfatória, de forma que para mim, vê-se que poderiam ser resolvidos de outra forma ou mesmo muito antes no decorrer da narrativa. Também acho que a primeira metade foi mais bem escrita que a segunda, pelo modo como a narrativa se desenvolveu de forma fluida e tão leve para se assistir. Talvez eu esteja sendo injusta com o roteiro, sendo que me algum momento seria necessário resolver os problemas causados e apresentados na primeira metade, então a segunda metade ficou encarregada de solucionar tais problemas.

Quanto ao casting, nada a declarar... Só posso parabenizar os atores que os encarregados pela escolha destes para os papéis. Não esperava ver Kwon Yuri entregando uma atuação tão boa assim, apesar de já esperar que ela não fosse ruim; ou seja, fiquei positivamente surpresa pela competência dela enquanto atriz além de idol. De modo geral, todos entregaram os papéis muito bem, até mesmo o pequeno Cha Dol foi um personagem bem construído e interpretado. Eu só tenho "reclamações" quanto ao ator que interpretou o infame Primeiro Ministro Lee YiCheom, sinceramente, algumas vezes suas expressões eram tão falsas que eu não conseguia discernir uma emoção real do personagem de um fingimento. Mesmo no final, quando era claro que a emoção e preocupação dele eram reais, fiquei confusa com o quão falsa sua expressão (que me pareceu ser) de tristeza parecia. Talvez seja apenas um trejeito do personagem, depois de fingir tanto acabou esquecendo como demonstrar emoções de verdade? kkkkkk

A trilha sonora não foi tão marcante ou presente no decorrer da história como geralmente é nesse estilo de drama. Pode ser que na verdade, as músicas apenas não eram tão memoráveis assim e eu as esqueci rapidamente.

Eu vou fechar dizendo que parece que odiei o drama pelo tanto de reclamações que eu fiz. A realidade não poderia ser mais distante disso. Este foi um dos dramas que mais me prendeu nesse último ano. Não tenho um amor gigantesco por romance, mas o pano de fundo histórico e (eu diria) um tanto inusitado, despertou-me o interesse e pagou pelo meu tempo gasto assistindo o drama. Então, sendo assim, Bossam merece 9/10 em minha concepção de notas justas. Espero que mais pessoas possam ter acesso ao drama e que possam divertirem-se um pouco vendo-o! :)

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JulesL
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Jul 5, 2021
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Musical 9.0
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Highly entertaining but also frustrating

Bossam: Steal the Fate managed to be one of those intensely polarizing dramas where many viewers laud the series as the greatest, most engaging thing ever to grace the small screen, while others condemn it as a terrible waste of time. This drama was able to achieve the highest viewership ratings (9.8%) of any drama in MBN history, and yet, if you read the reviews and comments on MDL, you will sense the opposite sentiment.

As for me, I liked this well-written, intelligent and enlightening show that showed me another aspect of Korea's historical culture. Bossam was a custom in the Joseon period, in which a single man himself or through a hired hand kidnaps a widow by wrapping her up in a blanket at night and then makes her his wife. During those days, it was a way of getting remarried and an opportunity to get a new life for the widow who was obliged to live alone after her husband's death. Based on this custom, the drama unfolds the uncliched love story between the leading couple as they experience conflicts between social classes and families and survive being in the center of political struggles and turmoil.

Why highly entertaining?

From the get-go with the opening scene illustrations, I found this drama to be quite unique. It is a historical drama accompanied by non-traditional touches like the selection of eclectic songs and background music. The music producers deserved credit for being prolific and delivering quality tracks. The OST or BGM that underscored each scene was truly fitting and had elevated it to the next level for me.

Furthermore, the cinematography and directing were also a big part of the show's appeal, as one can tell that a lot of thought was put into each scene to evoke the necessary emotion and feeling. Every episode was nicely shot and expressed. Even details like how the hanbok skirt formed in a perfect circle surrounding a sinking woman was impactful. The settings and landscapes were lovely, like works of art. Visually, it was a treat to watch this show. The costumes and makeup also stood out for me because the show did not go for an idol drama feel with overdone makeup or glaringly obvious colors. The actors looked normal, good-looking nonetheless but refreshingly ordinary.

Acting-wise, I am impressed. I have heard of Jung Il Woo's ability but this is my first drama of his and I am blown away. He clearly has the experience and acting chops to pull off a complex character like Ba Woo, born from nobility but grew up a street rat. Shown initially as a rogue who was obviously a little damaged, it was also quickly apparent that our male lead, the heroic outlaw, was a good and generous person at heart. Jung Il Woo's micro-expressions were on point, and there was an underwater scene where he executed the scene perfectly by just his expression alone. His visuals are not my usual preference, but in this show, in that persona, Il Woo just exuded manly sexiness.

Shin Hyun Soo's character, Lee Dae Yeop, got a lot of hate for being the clingy second male lead who could not move on. However, I had a soft spot for Dae Yeop, especially after finding out his back story and romance with the Princess as well as his background. His actions may have seemed rash and selfish at first, but he never wavered from his desire to protect and ensure the happiness of the only one he loved. I had high hopes for his character development, and he did not fail me up to the finale. My heart ached for him a lot, and Shin Hyun Soo was brilliant in portraying this lost soul. With his eyes alone, Hyun Soo showed the hopelessness and defeat that Dae Yeop must have felt, trapped with no way out between his family, duty, love, and his own desires.

Kwon Yu Ri, however, is the show's biggest hidden gem. Her acting as Soo Kyung/Princess Hwa In, a demure, well-bred but humble Princess who was also passionate, brave, and intelligent, left a firm impression. Knowing that she is a Girls' Generation member, I was not prepared for her wonderful performance. In a way, this drama was also about how the Princess chose her own happiness by freeing herself from the societal rules and obligations, and Kwon Yu Ri portrayed this character's growth well. I appreciate the female empowerment theme featured in this show, like when Ba Woo constantly praised and respected Soo Kyung's intelligence and strength.

With the addition of seasoned actors like Shin Dong Mi, Song Sun Mi, Seo Beom Shik, Yoon Joo Man, Kim Tae Woo, Lee Jae Yong, and Lee Joon Hyuk, you have a cast that was able to deliver the story effectively. The child actor, Ko Dong Ha, who played Cha Dol, has potential as well.

I love that the characters were shades of gray. We had the antagonists who felt justified in their actions, people on both sides helping each other for justice and principles, and there were the protagonists who made bad decisions, said and did things they did not mean in the heat of the moment. The show scored points with dynamic characters who struggled with their actions, who were not always clear if they were doing the right thing or what the right thing even was.

To me, the show's strongest point is the way it executed the plot. I liked how the drama encouraged and engaged the viewers' imagination. It was my imagination that filled in and enriched what the show's visuals or soundtrack both concealed and alluded to at the same time. At least, I prefer to think that what was left out was not a mere lack but instead a conscious artistic act of intentional omission and suggestion. Coupled with somewhat predictable plot twists but, when revealed, were simply shocking in terms of magnitude and nature, the result was a story that kept me engaged from start to finish, with each episode leaving me eager for the next one.

Why frustrating?

Even though I appreciated the moments of omission and suggestion, the conspicuous use of them for the romance between Ba Woo and Soo Kyung left me wanting for more. The chemistry between those two was palpable, and I wanted to see more than hugs. Ideally, I would have preferred more tantalizing or passionate scenes, but if not those, then at least some other obvious display of affections that provide the anticipation and build-up that one usually seeks in a show with a romance tag. That said, I did find the scenes between the leads incredibly romantic, especially with the setting, music, and dialogue. There was a dignified and pure way about how their love for each other was shown, and I did believe that they truly loved each other. I also like the phrase they used for each other "saranghae yeon-mohada (연모하다)" which means to love and long for someone. Seeing them together left a good feeling and I was satisfied with how they ended.

With the romance underplayed during the second half, the show somewhat got derailed by the heavier focus on the palace and court politics. The villain, Lee Yi Cheom, constantly got on my nerves with his audacity and arrogance, but really, this was a good thing because it showed how terrific the writing was. I was glued to the screen, on the edge of my seat, wondering what was going to happen to the OTP and the other good guys. Had I not wanted more romance and pleasant "slice of life" episodes featuring the main couple, I would have appreciated the political shenanigans even more.

Overall
I would rewatch this drama since there were many nuances and subtlety that I may have missed the first time. I also enjoyed the story and characters enough to watch them another time, although I am unsure if I want to feel Dae Yeop's pain again.

I do recommend that you try this drama out and see for yourself. Thematically for me, Bossam: Steal the Fate is a show that encapsulates life in many aspects and topics. It touches upon self-identity and personal growth, love (romantic and familial), respect and loyalty (to self, family, country, and principles), politics, societal obligations and problems, the balance of power and inequality, friendship, and more.

Side note:
For posterity, I have enclosed the link to the soundtrack list: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bossam:_Steal_the_Fate#Original_soundtrack

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Detalhes

  • Drama: Bossam — Roubar o Destino
  • País: Coreia do Sul
  • Episódios: 20
  • Exibido: Mai 1, 2021 - Jul 4, 2021
  • Exibido On: Sábado, Domingo
  • Original Network: MBN, Wavve
  • Duração: 1 hr. 5 min.
  • Classificação do Conteúdo: 15+ - 15 anos ou mais

Estatísticas

  • Pontuação: 8.0 (avaliado por 2,551 usuários)
  • Classificado: #2487
  • Popularidade: #2034
  • Fãs: 7,698

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