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Ki Tae was eating chicken for days I like the double irony in Ki Tae bringing Hoon Dong chicken when there is chicken in his own restaurant and Yeo Reum asking Jang Mi to run his restaurant when she her family owns a restaurant. I was offended by the age discrimination against Jang Mi, but I understand Korea is a different country where people get plastic surgery to be able to take a good picture for their resume before even being considered for a job. The writers miraculously redeemed Se-Ah - kind of, especially during the coffee scene.
She was all like "Hey guys, thanks for your concern but don't worry about me now just go get that girl. I feel like such a cynic, but I don't buy those character turnarounds as "redemption. It seems like the writers want us to like those characters, but they've been such mirth-sucking black holes that I just feel indifferent to them and pretend they don't exist.
Yea I too feel it to be weird. Did I watch wrong drama?? And if they manage to bring our OTP to right place, who am I to get mad. Btw Mom sure have worst timing ever around Jang-mi, eh? Coincidentaly met the mistress not once but twice, caught Jang-mi supposedly red handed, again not once but twice..
Thanks girlfriday for the super awesome fast recap! You saved me from haunting your site all week-end. I guess the writer needed to create some conflict for the remaining episodes. No matter, this show is great. True, Ki Tae is still rich, but his practice is in danger of going out of business. The focus was never on how poor Jang Mi was because Jang Mi's not poor, she's just working class. The focus is more on Jang Mi finding herself. Ki Tae offering to pay her in today's episode was so insulting, which I found to be out of character because he never bragged about his wealth before.
Which reminds me, who do you think is Yeo Reum's backer for his restaurant? Do you think it's Ki Tae? But Ki-tae wasn't bragging about his wealth. He was honestly clueless about how to fix things with Jang-mi's life, and money was the first thing he thought of. Stupid move, but not terribly out of character.
And Ki-tae is getting flack for using money as compensation, but Jang-mi did the same thing to Yeo-reum. She felt bad about all the things she'd done to him the truffles, losing his job, breaking his heart I don't see that much of a difference between her gesture and Ki-tae's because he basically did put her in her situation.
You guys tapioca pearl and mo0mi make a good point. Then I'll buy all your chicken for you. Like Jang Mi said the Ki-tae she knows always chooses the most hurtful thing to say at all times. I am so happy with the direction the writer is taking. No more nonsense noble idiocy circling or missing each other except the wedding, com' on!
KT's confession was true to his character, you could still see how difficult for him trying to say "I want to be with you" and "I love you" but he did it and it was sincere. JM's "cool dating" shows how much she's grown as an independent woman, and while I wasn't expecting that I wasn't totally surprised because it shows us not only her growth but also how both of their roles are reversed now.
YWJ must be real tired with filming because the amount of breakouts and heavy make up is so obvious. Still, KT is the cutest love sick puppy yet with wolfy desires! I think this is the first time I have ever seen an episode where the writer actually explains to the audience why a successful guy has all this free time to stalk his loved one. We always see chaebols running around doing everything but work.
I loved how he try calling jm and going to her work to locate her instead of jus not doing anything after the wedding scene.. Does anyone know what song was playing at the top of the hour when Jang-mi and Ki-tae were fighting? Sure, the second leads are annoying as hell in the previous episodes. I just don't get Hyun-yi at all.
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But other than that, I can't say enough praises about it. I absolutely love Ki-tae and Jang-mi's relationship, so much that I never want the show to end. I could just watch them doing their usual, daily activities and never get bored. To top that, just throw in a lot of sexy taims, thanks. I mean, I know she's trying to help her friend but er hello, let the man eat his food okay.
All through the confession scene, I kept thinking, who's minding her purse? Very distracting couldn't concentrate on the kissing: That is something a woman would never do.. I enjoyed this episode especially when KT was going to the naughty place in his mind. The fast strip and the shower scene with sound effects was hilarious. I'm glad KT mom finally woke up from her fake marriage and told her philandering husband about getting a divorce. He wanted to have cake and eat it too. He should have been kick to the curb a long time ago and get a good divorce lawyer. Finally, KT blurts out his true feelings, but I wish he said it in a different way since it sounded harsh.
I love the reversal of attitudes, but it threw me regarding Jang Mi just wanting to date only. All this time, she has been wanting to get married. I don't think it will last that long because KT won't be able to suppress his naughty thoughts. Thanks for recapping so fast. Can't wait to see KT's dad rejected by his mistress who has no interest in doing his laundry and making his meals! After all that useless, aggravating angst. It feels really nice that we can finally get back to the we all know and fell in love with. Because I like Yoo-reum and Se-ah so much better when they aren't being clingy and manipulative.
And I'll just have to chip i with girlfriday because Yoo'reum's one sided love towards hyung is sooo cute. Yeon Woo-jin, once again, reigns this episode. I bet that right after MND finishes he will get tons of romcoms offers, left and right. So will Han Groo, for that matter. Both, him in the latter episodes, her in the earlier episodes, tackled comedy with so much ease but not overdramatic that you can't help but to laugh off your seat everytime they do something bizarre or out of place.
Yeon Woo-jin's faces are definitely something to be praised of.go to site
He's not that handsome, IMHO. There are tons of Korean actors with faces many times more handsome and statuesque than his. But funnier and more charming? I don't think so. I especially like his shy slash surprised smirk, I notice he does that a lot, like when he's in the fortune teller scene and here again when Jang-mi was telling him to go take a bath. I know you guys know which face I'm talking about because he is just so goddamn cute. Oh, I think YR was being manipulative.
I just didn't mind it so much, because it will lead to awesome friendship scenes later on. That character seriously gives me the heebie-jeebies, she is so creepy. This drama is so utterly satisfying from a writer's perspective. There was such a clever flip of characterization here and you saw how absolutely honest it felt because the writer s have been diligently laying the groundwork for this in a believable fashion.
When I compare this to something like Trot Lovers, another rom com with cute characters that started out silly and cute, and see where we end up on two completely different levels This episode nail it for me.. Finally yr has become the 2nd lead I been wanting.. An open ear for jm to complain to while knowing noting will ever happen..
Hoon is still the crack up he always will be but man I feel sorry for him.. The mom still bother me tremendously in this one.. If he stays by her side then she will never divorce him.. Kt and jm were so cute this episode.. Ohh we need more.. The best scene to me was kt realizing that jm would never try to purposely hurt him.. I was kinda nervous since we all know jm would jus enter his house without ringing the door bell even though kt keeps thinking she would so I was so surprise when he called her out for wanting to help him when she thought kt thought the same thing as his mom..
I totally thought Jang Mi's idea of helping Ki Tae was to go online and leave nice comments under aliases and defend him to the bad commenters all "He's a great doctor who really cares about his patients! Is it just me? Or does anyone else notice that during the scene when Jang Mi swatting flies, she looks like a cute tennis player holding a tennis racket. It's safer in Korea. Gi Tae flashes around ohmanwon in his wallet. Ha, about the purse!
My friend left her phone in the subway when we were traveling in korea, an ajumma actually went off the train to give it back to her. Maybe income gap is nonexistent in korea lol. This is off topic, but your comment reminds me of when Yoon Doo Joon from Let's Eat, Iris 2, Beast had lamented about leaving his MP3 player on a bench in the subway station. He realized it after he boarded the subway as the glass doors were closing. He got off at the next station and went back to the bench, but it was already gone.
Reality is the huge disparity between the homeless living permanently in subway stations in their stowed away sleeping bags Seoul Station subway was memorable - there were even bonfires outside to cook their raw food in cans I think I'm the only one amused by Gi Tae's shirt during the confession scene.
It says, "Lies" and "More lies" in a cross shape. I liked she smacked some boundaries on him and got upset about trying to secretly fund him, but then he threw back at her she was doing the same thing to him. The character reversal is nice and a bit true to life. Often when your foundation gets shaked you swing too far in the other direction.
Their version of that is not the exact same as the other person's version, which is a nice little bit. I'm guilty of watching the episode 4 times and then about more times on the park to apartment parts of the episode, mostly to study it. The acting was so good, and there were subtle parts I really liked, such as him wiping his hand before trying to grab her hand, and then when failing, wiping it again.
How he wiped his face and then paused, then doubled down anyway, paused for permission before the kiss, the way she grabbed his waist as a form of consent The under dialogue even in the silence was well done. Which is why I watched it about 4 more times. Plus the under dialogue of what she was thinking was also well mapped so that the noble idiocy didn't feel so idiotic. She had good reasons to stay away, but she couldn't bring herself to put herself in that mess again. Yeah, I get this is a bit more on the technical side, but it's because the emotional side was so well mapped, I wanted to see how they did it.
Im on mobile data but ive rewatched the park to apartment part for three times now!!! Aggressive nods to everything you said. I lo o o o o ve their unspoken dialogs. What i really love about gitae is despite his seemingly rude behaviors he always respects jangmi's boundaries. He "asked" for consent. Not the usual forces kiss that kdramaland usually offers where the girl looks more pained than loved. Ggah im crazy for a guy who hugs before a kiss and gong gi tae did just that. I have so much respect for both leads in this show.
I went into the show not knowing who they are but now i keep admiring their acting skills. Its as if they put everything into the characters theyre playing. Like not once were they afraid to make facial expressions that might make them look less attractive. And that just earns so many respect points from my pov. You know the director and writer trusts the actors when they use large silences in between. There were at least 3 lean ins from different distances, 2 over the shoulders, yet it was cut together beautifully.
That's at least 5 kisses and it was well mapped. The acting was so good on him and her, and it's clear her confidence in herself to some degree has gone up, even if she says it wavers in front of him, she's still the one that proposed the cool relationship, meaning she's learning to be more selfish and ask for things she wants.
A few times what she said and what he said contradicted their physical actions, which is just good acting overall But they both got it I want to put together a scene half so well. I totally thought of how strangely appropriate his 'Lies and More lies' shirt was. I noticed his shirt, too. I was like, "Whelp, looks like the coordi's trying to make a statement.
And I have to say that the sound effects are very well placed in this drama. Even the simple scene became funny because of the sound effects. My only annoyance with this show is how inconsistent the second leads are. Like, after yeoreum deliberately hug jangmi knowing gitaes mom is watching, were now given such a sweetheart version of yeoreum that wants to work with jangmi with no other motives. Do i trust that?
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I mean he didnt seem like hes ready to let her go just an episode ago. I would love for them to make peace with one another just not this fast. I would prefer to have hyeon hee being jangmis comfort during her lowest point. The female friendship was something i loved during the first 2 eps of this drama but hyeonhee seemed to have less of an influence this time. I get that she still has her parts in jangmi gitae relationship but i really wanna see a girl to girl talk more. Hey, I like YR, and even I know there's ulterior motive. He likes her and wants to be around her - and if she's not with KT as she's not when he initially talks to her , then why shouldn't he try to win her back?
And it's a smart plan - if proximity to KT prompted feelings, perhaps proximity to YR will shift those feelings back. Plus, he knows she'd be good for front-of-house, so win-win. I do feel a bit the same, worse, I think it is even 'outside' the drama scene I watched so many video clips And is nobody going to comment on Hoon-dong hilarious little dance? I died laughing when I saw him showing his new look to Gi Tae. What a great actor, he acts with his whole body, hahahaha!
Srsly that guy's so funny, I won't mind the absence of his six pack. And the cleaning scene was literally the cutest scene in kdramaland ever. Though we get frustrating scenes sometimes, there are still little ones we cannot help but to laugh at.
I won't mind his six pack absence as well, lol. Seems I'm not the only one here who notice and accept the lead male imperfections. Since I love this drama, I try to observe every small thing I can possibly find. Not to be harsh, look at Ki Tae's small scar near his right eyebrow or his asymmetric eyelids. But, those what makes him having human-like character, what makes him alive in this drama.
What being positive is that at the same time, I can see my own physical imperfections as somewhat cute. They just make us different, as we are Since, we--each of us, individually--are limited editions in this world I had a friend once who commented on the movie "The Full Monty" by saying that ordinary men generally have no idea how sexy they really are. But, those what make him having human-like character, what make him alive in this drama.
I was just wondering about the part where KT called JM's new cellphone-- wait a minute, how'd he get her new number? I think the same as well! I finished this episode, looked at my husband, and said "I can hear the dramabeans folks squealing from here. All you lead couple lovers had a lot to squee about, this episode. And also little backhanded digs "noona", lol. So many dramas, I'm staring aghast at the screen, thinking, "Why in the name of all the gods would you chose that jerk?
And I can't decide if Jang Mi's mother has cancer, or if she's pregnant from the sleepover. I hope it's the latter, because that would be maximum hilarity. I'm so glad that the funniness was back this episode - last week was difficult watching, so I'm pleased to be giggling again. Former podcast guest Mitchell Davis judges the challenge.
The "What's Up My Butt? Challenge", a variation of the What's In My Mouth? The "Shock Ball Challenge". First released episode to be recorded at Helbig's Los Angeles home, on February 4, The " Play-D'oh Challenge". Former podcast guest Chester See judges the challenge. Recorded February 3, Helbig had just been a guest on Hardwick's The Nerdist Podcast , thus this episode was recorded at Hardwick's midnight studio in Los Angeles on February 3, The " Bean-Boozled Challenge".
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