While the hospital and military scramble to deal with the M3 outbreak, Myeong Joo is facing a life or death struggle, Chi Hoon is looking for redemption, and Argus is up to his usual antics. But episode 11 provides opportunities for Mo Yeon and Shi Jin to get a better understanding of each other. The question is, how far will Shi Jin go to be the "everything" to Mo Yeon?
JoAnne: More than ever this week, it does seem that they have an eternal love . Or at least, he does.
She's so precious to him. At first I was thinking he'd never give up the military for her...but he gave up HER for her, and here he willingly throws away his health...I think maybe he would. Shi Jin, on the other hand: I'm not so sure he would leave the military for Mo Yeon, even though I know he'd give his life for hers. The thing is, he'd give his life for anyone.
I was struck by that as well. They edited the episode in such a way that it really plays up the similarities, and for a while now we've been watching her come to the realization that they are not actually all that different as people. I'm glad about that, because I STILL feel insulted by her dismissal of him as a killer.
Awww, they've been friends since school? I root for this couple, they're so cute. They could be a drama of their own. Actually...Dae Young and Myeong Joo have a drama-worthy romance, and I would TOTALLY watch a Daniel-Ye Hwa drama.
Not gonna lie, at this moment I became convinced that one of them was going to die.
I have seen him in something else - he played a similar character. I couldn't think of what it was, though, so off to Wiki I went. Turns out I've seen every one of his dramas and a couple of his movies!
Ah, they're so CUTE. Song-Song couple forever!
This scene sparked a conversation on Twitter where a friend and I agreed that we would totally watch War and Peace and Werewolves. (But seriously, let this man die.)
I like Onew and I don't think he has done too badly here. There have been some issues with how the character is portrayed, especially at first, but I don't think they were acting issues. I've had some sympathy for Chi Hoon as a character, too. But I have to say that his wife is going to have a hard time raising him AND a baby.
Whenever an actress is sick in a series, I wonder this: did they make her look sick, or is this just what she looks like without makeup?
Can we pull a Cheese and get some more Daniel in here? Not that I want less Shi Jin.
He gives English the Shatner treatment: This is...not...a lost and... found. Still giggling over shut your mouse, though.
I always get a kick out of that rush of motion and the sound of all the triggers being cocked.
Of course it has.
Just give them the damn diamonds already!
Your segue just there had me thinking thoughts. (Also, don't forget here that the cops are actually with Argus.)
Did you notice? She finally doesn't look blind.
Did he ever know Korean? Regardless, put the fact that he allowed the conversation at all on the WTFList.
This outfit is very generic. We've seen it a million times, for years and years. And yet, it will never not be Healer for me now.
I don't know why but I just kept thinking about Arnold Schwarzenegger during that little speech. 'I have a date.'