This is such a good show - I'd almost forgotten how much I like it.
It is almost too good. While watching this, I caught myself wondering why they don't act that well in ever KDrama. Even the same actors don't act as well in other dramas.
*cackles* The look of pure horror on his face is soooo satisfying.
Mary: scissors of justice! I love you!
He didn't really seem to mind though, did he? :)
Mary: That's better than actually beating the shit out of the guy and making him pee himself. RIP Hammer's self-confidence.
Chang-man returns to the colatec (where Madame hears how much the ladies love him as a manager, because he's always so polite - and also hears how they didn't like the "skin & bones"-guy and his depressed air, which is poor Gye-pal). Chang-man is to see Manbo - who has some thug wisdom to share. First of all, he's got it covered with Min-kyu's boss who is an old buddy of his. Second, if Chang-man ever needs to beat someone up again, come see him first.
Mary: I kept laughing at this because I've been wondering since ep1 why Jo Hee Bong has such a long face everytime he's onscreen. ^___^ Apparently it's a character thing?
"Just imagine that we're all dogs and try smiling. Uh…." "It looks like he's sneering at me." Poor Gye-pal! *cracks up*
(His manager at the host bar, so not exactly. I think Min-kyu's being doing some… "freelancing.") It's a good thing because Mi-sun overhears him talk about the three wealthy noonas his "is managing". While she is still processing that info, one of the other three noonas (a married woman with kid) comes running, delivering chicken soup. Min-kyu gets banned from the establishment for the trouble he cause - and when the pimp has left, Mi-sun gets a glimpse of Min-kyu making out with the chicken soup noona.
It was sad to see her suddenly hit by reality, but it had to happen - I only wish it hadn't taken so long.
Mary: Noooo, wait! We need to see more of him. More suffering!
*sigh* Poor Nam-su.
Mary: Nam-su T_______T you're too honest and desperate for this kind of work. You need to be cool as a cucumber for this. Like Yoona. Should I offer you a different jeob? I mean, job?
It's a bit weird hearing them talk about pickpocketing like it's any other business, but for them it's totally normal.
(I really want some corn on the cob, now.) He studied Shakespeare when he was in the States! Would you believe it! Right after, Madame overhears her daughter turn President's son down for a date (since it's her mom's birthday) and forces her to call him again to agree to that date. She is so driven, that woman. Haha.
Mary: I am distracted by Diver Ajumma now. Owner of The Black Pearl.
Aww, I love the Curlies (usually). And I love Manbo and Madame. When he told her that he notices everything (like when she changes her hair or that her shoes are worn out) even if he pretends not to, my heart just melted.
Mary: The curlies have a lovely marriage. :)
C'mon! Would one little peck on the cheek kill you, Yoo-na? He's worked so hard for it.
Mary: He's not your driver, Yoona! That guy does things because he lurrrves you. Sure, he's also nice to everyone else, but your errands come with an extra side of heart beams.
I'd forgotten about that… don't be so petty, Mr. President! Where will the girls go?
So. Awkward. You don't have to show off that she's seeing someone else, Manbo! Chang-man was never interested to begin with!
Yang-soon is at the hospital to visit Min-kyu! Chicken soup noona is there as well, immediately jelaous when she sees the karaoke owner. She calls Yoo-na - who is at the sauna with poor suffering Mi-sun - and tells her about the state Min-kyu is in. Not bad enough, is Yoo-na's verdict. They're going to rob him.
Min-kyu should really be scared now that the girls are out to get him - Chang-man is nothing compared to them! *cheers*
Mary: Chang-man has a conscience. Yoona has meat scissors. PERPARE YURSELF!!!!
- love her) bring her and Mi-sun some class A scissors. Yup, it's for Min-kyu. It's on! Mi-sun enters the hospital room first, briefly giving Min-kyu the feeling that everything is okay. Until Yoo-na enters. She boxes him in the face and ties him up in his blankets. Mi-sun sits on his legs. Outside, Yoo-ji is on the look-out, until they call her in ... rope expert, are we?
I love Yoo-na, too. "Whoa! Hey, Min-kyu, look at this! *cuts bottle*"
CommentsHaha, we wish. Of course they won't cut it off. And somehow, I'm not sure I buy the terror that Min-kyu is feeling. Would he really think these women are capable of such a crime? That said, who cares. He's a little shit and I love to see him quake in fear. But let's not forget that Mi-sun used to do the exact same thing to heaps of men .... not cool either. Is this her punishment? Yes, maybe.
Yep, she's far from being squeaky-clean. I'd like to think that she'll learn from all this and live honestly, but who knows? Human behavior isn't always so straight-forward.
Mary: I draw the line on domestic violence. They can cheat each other all they want, I think that's part of psych warfare in a (twisted) relationship. But when Misun faceplanted into her steering wheel and almost ran Chang-man over some episodes ago, my heart ran out and bought some scissors with Min-kyu's dick in it.