Anyone speak Korean?
Posted: 25 Oct 2017, 06:29
Tabletop role-playing and miniature wargames
Sure, I watched the video with my friend during the weekend and I also enjoyed it.
Basically the goal of this TV show is introducing a country.
This episode is about Estonia and as a part of the episode, they want to introduce old culture of Baltic country.
A medieval re-enactment sword fighting is for that.
Generally Narrator said that it is very interesting and people reenact it alive since, they wore similar costumes, equipment etc. with medieval time.
Also, actors acting is very nice.
It sounds that they had a lot of fun there and talked about it very positive J
Nice! It turned out a friend of mine had gotten into Koeran TV shows and she gave me the gist of it. Apparently we were called actors and they got our names massively wrong, hahaha.EinBein wrote:With best regards from my Korean colleague:
Late Fall/Early Winter would be quite literally the worst time to come here. If you want to come, I'd recommend Summer. Or if you really like winter sports, then Winter, provided we have snow.nemedeus wrote:Man, the more i hear about Estonia, the more i wanna visit. It looks nice!
With such small demos, there aren't any referees to tell us when to go, so, we touch blades to make sure both are ready. Sometimes we back up after we do, but it comes down to opponent/preference/mood/etc.nemedeus wrote:Also higgs why does it look like you're always starting a fight in hitting distance? I'd be scared to stay that close to my opponent