10 things I learned from 50+ hours of King's War: Legend of Chu and Han
Know who you can trust and whom to cut off from your circle.
Create a compelling story to unite people and make them join your mission.
Give yourself a strong and powerful title.
Timing and organization.
Art of War by Sun Tzu is like the bible for the generals and Kings.
People in high position read scrolls and scriptures on a daily basis.
Heaven has a different meaning than the current day’s definition.
Belief in being heaven sent.
Have a number of trusted advisors.
The leaders truly care for their fellow men.
King's War, also known as Legend of Chu and Han, is a Chinese television series based on the events in the Chu–Han Contention.
Each episode is about 45 minutes long and a total of 80 episodes. It took me about 2 months to complete the series.
Overall, I would rate it 8.5/10. I admire the time and effort put into this series and I feel like there are some very important lessons that the viewers can learn.
I was also fascinated with the names as a lot of them sounded very familiar.
The only thing I was concerned about was that near the end of the series. The production felt like it was rushed. But all in all, I enjoyed the series and if it had a Season 2 or the next series following it, I will definitely watch it.
- Limbu Subash Chandra (Explorer and note-taker)