I urge you to avoid this course - King’s are new to law conversion courses and are not listed as one of the practical legal education providers by the SRA. Yes, it’s better to go to ULaw or BPP or City university and do a PGDL/GDL there first, they’ve been providing LPCs and SQE practice for decades, you’d be in safe hands. ULaw + BPP + City University mark GENEROUSLY, but it was virtually impossible to score above 66% at King’s. Also, firms regularly seek out law graduates from ULaw, BPP and City all the time and these unis are highly equipped in finding you a job ASAP.
It’s worth noting that as an international - it would be astronomically cheaper. The king’s MSc is around £30k for international students I believe, the PGDL is always under £15k, so you’re saving half the money.