Oh wow, what a great, great episode, with some crucial developments for pretty much everybody involved. That excludes the security guard and the suspected owner of the house, whose love story does not progress much - and Watanabe, who, sadly, seems to have become sidelined as a character to do some product placement (bibigo) and provide the space for all our protagonists to meet (cooking lessons).
Enrique's growing attraction for Dok-mi is becoming more and more obvious (to everybody but himself?) and Jin-rak finally gets to speak more than a few jumbled words to Dok-mi. Sure, it still seems rather obvious that Enrique will "get the girl", but in an odd way, this stopped to matter for me at this point. This drama does such a wonderful job in showing us how people change by interacting with other people. The romance and the cute rivalry between the boys gives Flower Boy Next Door an additional flavor of awesomeness - but I would not be disappointed at all if Dok-mi stayed single and friends with both guys in the end.
Here are my gif-caps of tonight's episode - enjoy!
Sangría. Glühwein makes more sense cause you could well drink it with the Fondue, while sitting in a cozy châlet in the Swiss alps (you drink it hot!) - but Sangría would make more sense cause they boy is kinda Spanish. Sort of. Yeah, definitely Glühwein - see the cinnamon?
Yeah, show, please don't tease us, okay? I know he will not get this girl, so don't pretend. I'm already suffering from second lead syndrome without these little tricks!
But we do not want to end on a sad note tonight, cause this episode was not in the least (all) sad. Right, Enrique?
The Editor! I love her. Nobody shouts "RIGHT NOW"! like her
Awesome little interlude with Dong Hoon's ... lips, uttering Papua New Guinea. And again. And again ...
More! We want more! See you tomorrow. ^^