But still do not understand why they did not use the imagination of one of the two to show that scene. That's why I just love how everything unfolded so differently and much more satisfyingly than I expected! Lastly, can I just say I love the theme of Girl who never wants to be alone love together with a Boy who only wants to be alone? If I tried really, like reaally hard I could say that she found a new toy the foreign guy and decided to switch. One of the biggest issues I have with it is that almost every single drama has the male lead planting a kiss on his girl when she's not expecting and quite often not wanting it and she just remains there all wide-eyed and uncomfortable or, even worse, angry and hurt. She asks Se-ah to explain, and Se-ah truthfully says that she asked Yeo-reum to find out the true relationship between Ki-tae and Jang-mi. And oh, thank you for keeping your words. I would have to give props to the actress though don't know her name because as awful as this role was, she gave the character some nuance and she was quite relatable at times.
I dont know it for sure, because i watch this drama after i finish jealousy incarnate and i really love that drama, but for this drama, i try very hard to love this drama and force myself to finish without skip or fast forward any scene but still dont like this drama. She just throws herself fully into whatever her characters demand of her. Then when the male lead gets drunk the female lead piggybacks him home and undresses him. Yeo-reum bursts her bubble a little and tells her that he was really inspired by a girl he knew a long time ago, who made wonderful kimchi pancakes. And yet, Show finds a way to allow these two women to break down the barriers between them over the course of its narrative, and even bond in a deep and meaningful way. She should take what they offer and then throw them away first.
I think it's a nice twist, since I assumed she was a manipulator in love, but nope, she's just selfish, and that goes so effing well with her character! I think Jang-mi had already begun to understand that, but this was the first time she saw just how much of a struggle it is for him. I salute you for sacrificing precious sleep in the name of fangirl love! When Ki-tae deepened that kiss, ohmygawd. She makes you believe everything is actually happening as you watch the drama. I love these openings by the way because I'm finding they keep me hooked. What annoyed me before getting to where she started to peel off the hard exterior was that I was watching yet another drama where the big bad wolf was one of the parents. Ki-tae is furious, since he had told her how precious this home was to him.
They don't feel that strongly about each other yet so I'm okay with them taking things slow. At some point I think he actually started to feel for Jang Mi and wanted to keep her to himself. Han Groo's Jang Mi is so charming! Aunt Mi-jung calls Ki-tae and informs him for a 200,000 won bribe, ha that his mother is paying her to find out the relationship between Jang-mi and Yeo-reum. It felt soooo, sooooo uninspired and cliched. My eyes glazed over at points, I… Tweeted Error: Please make sure the Twitter account is.
Besides, she really is a good actress. Which is precisely why I like it. And I really loved that in spite opening some very nasty wounds, Ki Tae let Jang Mi in and told her everything especially when he never did that with Se Ah despite making himself extremely vulnerable in the process. Well, Yeo-rum has a case of abandonment to factor in, and yet I wonder how Se-ah was brought up. That is, I want to believe that Se-ah selfish wanting is a result of bad parenting too. I have a problem with this because consent isn't just about sex, it should be about any increase in physical intimacy. The episode starts with a future scenario, and then goes into a flashback, counting down to the actual incident.
Se Ah, on the other hand, was plain annoying. I still remember there were some of us over at that drama's recap that really liked his depiction of the evil yet not entirely heartless villain, brilliantly portrayed. I believe it was to reach the conclusion that it was too soon for that. And the getting drunk with his father in law scene was so good. I truly loved that about Jang Mi, and it was her happiness that I rooted for juust a little more, all series long, despite the fact that I also had a lot of affection for Ki Tae. She seems to be an extremely controlling person - and maybe thinks that if she is a single mother she can mold the poor kid into her exact self image we all know how well that usually works out in real life.
And I was also uncomfortable with Yeo Reum as a character. Bed scene, with the belt buckle Remember, that scene was also a fictional tease. When Ki-tae got drunk and bonded with her dad I was already super satisfied, but then he went on to be such a hilarious drunk! How interesting is it that both JangMi and YeoReum experienced abandonment as children but they have grown to deal with it in opposite ways? I just don't understand why this is such a popular scene in Korean dramas when skinship is such a big deal. In a crazy free for all, he was my anchor. Throughout the show, we see her demonstrating compassion to even the most undeserving people around her.
You can see the little shocks on her face when strangers show her human decency that her family doesn't extend her. The Wacky is just the way this particular world works, is all. First, thank you GirlFriday and LollyPip for choosing to recap this show! I see his one-armed embrace for two reasons: 1. So, essentially, Hyun-hee raped Dong-hoon. And Kim Hae Sook is breaking my heart here. And in spite of the jolly-merry-happy-go-go, I could connect with the leads and their insecurities, their confusion leading to minor heartaches.