The live-action series adaptation of the comic Bride of The Water God is way different from the original plot. I haven't finish reading the comic, but I would like to see a live-action following that plot. The costume for the adapted series is very good. The group in charge of designing and putting together the clothing and hair did an amazing job. I wish they would spend that must effort on the servants and the goddess. I would like to make some points/comments of what stood out for me. Spoiler [*]The gods are arrogant, at least the three we know. They believe themselves to be above human beings, yet even admit that they exists because of humans' belief. Habaek is the equivalent of a spoil rich young master. In fact, I think the Habaek from 1,200 years ago (along with the one that lives in the realm of the gods) and the world in the human world are somewhat different. Maybe because he is dealing with different things. The Habaek in his homeland has everything at the tip of his fingers. He doesn't need effort, thus that makes him appears more majestic. While in the human world, he has nothing. He has to exert a lot of effort even if those efforts are simply asking for money which in turns make him appears like a spoil young master. [*]I guess through out the series there was not a consistent concept of what the gods are. We can even say that the series explore the concept of gods. Personally, I would say that gods are just another race of being created from the energy human releases. They are vulnerable to extinction, despite the fact that they have superpower humans don't have. But who truly is more powerful? The people who unconsciously created gods or the gods who were granted power but at the mercy of their creators? Then we see that the gods can borrow the womb of human females to bear them children, yet because it is against the law of nature or so they say, it is a taboo. One thing the series outline again and again is that the gods are emotional beings. They love, fear death, feel the need for revenge, seek intimacy, and create friendships. They are not quite so different from human beings although they may think so. They just live in a different society with different regulating laws. [*]It was after I finish the series that I realized something. There are many lack of communication leading to misunderstanding. Have you seen this series? What's your thought? Any comments?