They can only focus on one point of choreography at a time and it takes everything they have to coordinate AJH's kicks. He does try hard, though, I give him credit.
Wasn't bad. At least they minimized the slo-mo crap. And, yes, she's an idiot for not running.
Hey, we'll get to see his legs in shorts faster, that way. All of that was just so the bad guy could tell him 'stop your research or I'll come back and kill you dead'
Better than being killed undead, I suppose. I don't think this will scare him that much though. Since he already had an inkling that he was researching scary not-quite-human people.
I like that guy, though. We met him first in School 2014, the one where the OTP was Woobie and King of Puppies. He was the nicest of the trio of brat boys. He's shown up in pretty much every drama cycle since, but his roles are still supporting.
It's nice he's not stuck in only one type of role, though.
Nooooo, I meant Ahn-boy! Ahn-boy should stop making faces that involve biting your teeth together R E A L L Y hard!
It really isn't much of an angry face. I'm not scared, I'm wondering what that tiny thing is that is stuck between his molars. I know! His acting skills!
I think if Pampire knows he can kick both Vampminions butts, maybe the fear factor is gone?
She is upset that he is not more forthcoming. He insists that he's trying to protect her. You know that drill. But she does soften him a bit with her plea to be allowed to help save that boy from the forest, who saved her first.
Pita is already involved too deep to plead ignorance, Ji Sang. But you scored points with the "he killed my mother" story.
Even though she is now clearly badass, I think Intern Girl is swayed by the humanity of those she's keeping secrets from. I think eventually she moves to Ji Sang's side of the battle. You watch.
I would really hate this drama if she did.
Maybe these vamps are related to Jiro Mochizuki and get more powerful with a bit of virgin's blood? That's why CreepVamp is eyeballing them. Which doesn't make it any less creepy.
Actually, Jae Wook GOT warned. He wants to start Round 3 of the vaccinations and Bad with Glasses warns him that it's not quite ready and Jae Wook lets his ambitious side take over from his people caring side and tells him do it anyway, it's ready enough.
I'm kind of thinking "almost" is not a good idea in this case, but VampDoc had an expectation that Pampire is going to join his League of Evil. Why, I don't know, since he's rejected every overture. On the other hand, VampDoc said they will have a very intelligent problem solver to their ranks, so maybe he's not talking about Ji Sang at all,
She wanted to know his story, and he showed it to her. I wonder if they ever kiss. I'm not particularly interested in seeing it but they do a lot of touching and now they're sharing life stories and you know, they're totally into each other.
He turns off the cold bit and tells her to just think of it as a stone bed. Not for the first time, I marvel at the toughness of Korean bums and legs, all that floor sitting and lying they do.
I think I would opt for the couch instead.
What happened to this dude? He seemed all weary and sad about being a bad guy and now he's like, ooh, let's go kill people.
It might be the writing?
Which of course makes me think that they shared the bed before, because why did AAF have to sleep out there? Awww, did they fall asleep talking into the night?
They slept with their heads awfully close together.
Rita has cooked breakfast and Pampers looks absolutely horrible in a white sweater. Of course, the career girl can't cook, but at least, we get treated to AAF's absolutely adorable face. BTW, he is wearing a "Twilight" jumper. The show is going meta on us, wow!
I did not even notice that. He really is cute though.
And I never understand why they don't taste test their own food? I know I do, even when I'm just cooking for one.
I like them both, character-wise, but JJH is a better actor, of course, so Jae Wook seems less cartoony. Although even he wasn't doing that great a job at the start.
Imagine a roll of frozen cookie dough...
With or without those bumpy chocolate chips? [giggle]
I like Scruff. He better not die.
He's really the adult for the Good Guys. So of course he has to die!
Oddly enough, what she has on the recorder and who she uses it against is NOT Jae Wook.
Rita and Ji-sang tour the hospital together (yeah, their secret dating method again), He wants to know about her dental hygiene routine. She flosses. Every day. He is impressed. Why, she asks, don't you? Well, he says, we vegans don't need to floss all the time. Hahahaaaa, she says, but you should! Your breath ... it smells like dead animals ... he is mortified. Listening to the two ... Intern Girl. She is SO onto them. And jealous.
The attacks happened because Intern told Jae Wook that Ri Ta definitely knows that Ji Sang is a vampire, and Jae Wook wants to send Ri Ta a message that knowledge can be dangerous to her. He wants her to run away. I think Intern is surprised to find that Ri Ta is even more supportive of Ji Sang, you know, because they all believe that humans will consider them monsters.
Actions are always more important that abilities. You only need to read the news to know how monstrous humans can really be. I know that without a medical degree, too! I don't know why Intern should be surprised. Pita's laughing overaction has reached Mount McKinley heights of suckage, by the way.
Time will tell.
Jae-wook asks what happened to Scruff (ASS) ... and then sucks up to Scruff by mentioning his father again, whom he knew so well. But Scruff doesn't fall under Jae-wook's spell. Yet. He has Ji-sang! His secret love!
Scruff despises Jae Wook and it's very obvious and I love him for it.
He is my abso favorite character in this mess. Maybe Scruff is the intelligent problem solver? I'm glad he's not even faking his disdain about The League Of Evil.
She's not dead, just sleeping.
Can you go to hell for lying to a nun? I wouldn't do it. And she calls Uncle Pita on it like a boss.
I don't think they mentioned it - the discussion was first that Liver Girl speaks casually to Pink Girl (who is 25) - but won't allow Sad Daughter to speak casually to her - so how is that fair? And then the cute useless doctor (who is much smarter than anyone realizes) comes in to check on Pink Girl and sees all the veins and gets a bit tweaked about it. Not that he knows veins = vampire vaccination, but she's not part of anything so it shouldn't be happening - and plus Intern Girl TOLD them not mess with Pink.
I want to know, is there really such a thing as no-salt kimchi?
I'll come back to this. I just watched it yesterday and already don't remember what they talked about. Mothers, maybe?
(1) Uncle Pita tells VampDoc that Lady Admin keeps her job and her responsibilities despite her interference with his Vampirus studies. Uncle Pita is also aware of Pita's extracurricular activities, but isn't willing to curb her actions. VampDoc warns Uncle Pita that he will warn Pita in his own way if she keeps it up. (2) As for Intern, she casually mentions that she touched Ji Sang's hand during surgery and it was ice-cold. Pita bluffs and says it was a momentary thing because he felt fine to her. When she leaves Pita has a poorly-executed jealous grumble. (3) Uncle begs Pita to back off; she won't, and he gives her a final warning before performing a thoughtful wall-lean and looking at Lady Admin's recorder. (4) I can't believe you made me watch this section for real.
You know, it didn't make any sense to me either. I kinda thought maybe he was just really pushing his rep as an idiot so that no attention would be brought to anything that he does - did he take some blood from Pink Girl or something? And I think Intern Girl knew that he was trying to distract them from paying him any real mind, but since he was nice to her and brought her a drink when the other interns were mean to her, well, she's returning the favor.
It was a relief to FF through the entire scene.
I really don't pay much attention to them talking, I guess.
I like cucumber kimchi myself. And Rita was inviting herself to his house for a slumber party.
There's an entire scene missing here, where our Scooby Gang gets together to compare notes. (No no, I summarized it as "there's a meeting of the Righteous Doctors") Pampire admits that he has also been attacked like Scruff and warned to stop his research. Plus, he believes that his research information was stolen by another party who wants Vampirus exclusivity. Scruff asks if there is anything else that Pampire might be keeping from him. Ji Sang looks away and denies. They agree to halt research for the nonce, and they share companionable beverages in matching tumblers.
Who else wonders for how much longer Administrator will live? Jae-wook looks at her like she's dessert.
Right but because she's intriguing, or because she's dead meat soon? I can't decide. I think he's sort of having a little fun that she's not as easy to get rid of as he thought.
Yeah, and I think he was looking at her ass.
I predict she will make it. I hopes she makes it as a human and not some sort of VampDoc bride.
Nope, she asks if he painted that picture, which he did, because he's never seen the dawn and wanted to imagine it. For some reason he can walk around in daylight (though it hurts his eyes) and at night, but not at dawn. Different spectrum, I guess. No mention of Twilight. Probably because those vampires come from an estranged branch of the family.
I think she was actually quite rude to just carry all that sh%% into his place, and then question his artwork. And then make him buy food she likes. I think it was meant to be cute; it fails, like so much of the writing.
Ji Sang noticed that the two attacking vampires also didn't have buzzy frequencies or any of that stuff, so he figures they must be getting drug from Jae Wook, even though Jae Wook said he developed the drug to HIDE from other vampires. AAF wants to test it, so Ji Sang gets some...and then even though it wasn't his original intention, he admits to AAF that he kind of wants to know what it feels like to feel human, and he's so sad about it that AAF says you know what, you SHOULD try it - so he does.
I wonder what the favor is that Jae Wook wants in exchange for two doses of VampHydocin. And I was thinking that there is probably some immunomarker in the fluid that binds Pampire to VampDoc forever. And do you require a new dose if you vamp out?
You made me laugh out loud. His temp is normal, his heart beat is normal, and he wanted her to feel those things. He's explained it away as a virus he must have picked up so that he's running a fever - she happened to overhear the last part of their conversation, but they had intended to keep it secret from her. She says well, I guess there are good things about being a vampire, too. He talks about hating it, wanting to taste things and not live in isolation, and she says you know, there are people who would love to live a long life that allowed you to be illness free and not have to die with regrets. AJH practices looking thoughtful in there.
I was happy that they have a statue of the Oriental Pearl Tower in Shanghai, rather than another stupid Eiffel Tower.
Wae?! Why doesn't he have his own laptop / hotspot? He can't be THAT stupid not to know that the hospital security goons monitor staff computers. Jae-wook gets a phone call from security: Scruff is at it again. The result: he is attacked in the parking lot. But this time, Ji-sang is there to help him! And yes ... this is the second guy that killed your mother!
So here's the thing. Earlier, when they were having that meeting, Ji Sang shared more of his info, but NOT that he was a vampire. And he specifically said that he wasn't hiding anything else, because Scruff said if there were any more secrets he was out of the Scooby Gang. So he doesn't know that Ji Sang is a vampire yet, right? But then that situation in the parking garage was CLEARLY a set up against the other vamp, so how does Ji Sang explain super strength and speed and all that?
Ah it's a set up. My faith is restored in Scruff. Clearly, Scruff knew Pampire was there. I think he already knows what Ji Sang is. But how does his vampy skills perform with the VampHydocin coursing through his veins.?
Or Bad Guy is just stronger than he is. I had to laugh when Ji Sang criticized AAF's sense of timing, there.
The whale sound is controlled by the drug. Or the drug lets them control it when they want to, something like that. Jae Wook was just learning there that Ji Sang knew there was a connection. He didn't know that before. He came up with a whole lot of lies about being kicked out of the group because he disagreed with Mentor who was actually experimenting on humans, and how when he ran away before, he left some drug behind and that's how they got their hands on it, those other two. Ji Sang totally buys it - until he gets home to AAF, who also thinks he buys it, until he says 'nah, but the way to catch someone lying is to pretend you believe them and then let it all build up until they can't escape.'
I get a feeling that last stuff happens in 14, but since you are the only one still watching this, it doesn't matter!
I'm gonna call this the 'neener neener' photo, since it seems to be a moment of 'oh crap' revelation every time it's brought out,
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I'm interested to see how VampDoc pulls another Plausible Deniability Tact out of his head now. Because this is the proof that his lies to the boy he wants as a protege have been exposed for a long time. How ya gonna climb out of that hole, there? And offering the sexchair probably won't help.
Last night our friend Samsooki said the reason I say this drama is terrible but I still like it is because the vampires aren't Healer-cool. I realized he was right. I do like the story, but I find the acting distracting. If Ji Chang Wook were Ji Sang, this would be a very different drama. One that I would watch right before bed.
Don't let Cherkell know you said this. [nervously looking around]