I dunno, I like that when a show is recapped by more than one writer, we get different opinions and viewpoints. Not sure if it's just me feeling that way or anyone else sharing the same feeling. Plus she did a great job explaining the problems she saw in the show's recent episodes. Grandma tries to interrupt but Jang-mi has one more thing to say. .
I have adored Yeon Woo Jin since Ojakgyo Brothers and Arang and the Magistrate but I love him so much more right now in this drama. But when it comes to Ki-tae's dad, nope, nothing like this. It was such a perfect mirror for how his feelings had fully evolved and bookend to the moment when those feelings started. I felt so heart wrenching watching him - realising that Jang-mi is on the couch as if waiting for him and him watching Jang-mi and stroking her gently. If this was hh and hoon it might be a different story but I was hoping she would of fake staying asleep so he was able to store her hair her. If she had clearer motives, we would know.
Looking for novel in all the library does not dating sub indo bush hager the wrong places? I notice in ep 9 girlfriday dissapointed with the show, then i read ep 10 recap lolypip is just in love with it. Hoon-dong and Ki-tae drink and have pretty much the exact same conversation — except Hoon-dong thinks Ki-tae is in love with Yeo-reum. Which leads me to my next gripe: eavesdropping. They said since they had so much on their plate thay they were splitting th recaps. I think this episode brought a lot of things to light, especially the parallels between the characters have with each other. He starts to get upset, but his mother finds them and tells him to hide his facial expression and voice, or everyone will find out.
I give him kudos for pursuing the girl and being active unlike a lot of second leads. Yeo-reum manages to flail his way out of it, and carries Hoon-dong outside to dunk him in a barrel of freezing water. She is literally all alone, at least until Jang Mi becomes her daughter-in-law, then she will finally have someone to confide in. Also JangMi is such a sweet lovable character. They have a mutual understanding for each other. I can't wait for next week's episode! I'm glad they are more in tune with how they feel about each other, and the more we can get away from the second leads, the better.
I'm living every moment between kt and jm. With her strong reservations that the engagement happened so quickly, she was thrown into panic that her son would make a rash decision and marry without real love, and I can see why Mom defaulted to Se-ah, who does still care for Ki-tae. Jang-mi asks why Ki-tae kissed her, and he bluffs that it was to shut her up because she was talking too much. Everyone gasps in shock, but when Jang-mi lifts the stone, we see that the pink diamond is dust — it was a fake. In an effort to get his parents off his back about the constant string of blind dates and marriage prospects, Ki Tae purposely brings Joo Jang Mi home to meet his parents posing as his girlfriend, certain that they'll never approve of her. I freakin' loved this episode. After ep 9, I feel more sympathy for the character.
Is the woman even capable of maternal love? Please let this be an ongoing misunderstanding! The one that really understands him and the one that makes him not want to live alone again. I'm so relieved she has Ki Tae. When if they were against the show I would still like to argue my point instead of jus calling someone e closed minded since we don't view it in the same manner. I think that may have happened here as almost nothing of interest has happened with the secondary characters -- even the pregnancy seems tossed in and underwritten. Jang-mi says that this was the last time, and holds out her hand for him to shake. Having gone for help, Yeo-reum finds Hoon-dong drunk and alone in his room and tries to wake him, and Hoon-dong suddenly sits up and grabs Yeo-reum for a long passionate kiss.
What is the dude supposed to read from all that? I wanted an emotional investment. And it was part of the fun reading their seperate insights. They seriously took their relationship to whole new levels this episode and I can't wait for more. Otherwise their comments about the show won't be constant. Both those scenes got me thinking that it would be really funny if there was just this.
I think it's interesting when the recappers don't always 100% agree, because it gives readers different points to consider. This episode feels like a drag. Sometimes writers fall in love with a character or characters and sometimes they just lose interest in one or more. Her voice gets high and strained as she says she understands that Mom wants Ki-tae to be happy, but that she needs to be happy first, and not just look happy. Just felt that smile was his 'easy-going' way of masking all underlying issues, real and otherwise, including his won deep-seated vulnerabilities.