Tonight we squeal and make merry, for tomorrow someone may die!
|Hey guys, I know rumbling furniture meant duck and cover in Urk, but that's a jackhammer, not an earthquake!|
I dislike him less than I did at the beginning. He's a pompous ass, yes, but kind of funny if he's not screwing with your life.
They are so well-matched - I love when she messes with him. His little moment of being off-balance is always cute, and then he just eats it up, like when you rough-house with a puppy.
Awwww, that's what you get for being a dick, poor thing.
I loved this. He was such a bland nothing that it became funny, because it was him.
After a long while of watching dramas, probably a couple years, I decided that when someone says they own a hospital, what they really mean is a practice, however large or small. Perhaps in some cases a clinic.
Yep. Either way could work - she could have been treating a VIP patient with political significance - but I actually think her personality is better suited to the ER.
I guess he can cry for a minute when the baby is born. No, actually, I want a montage of him crying every time he comes into his wife's hospital room and sees her and the baby, and whoever's in the room will look at each other every time like, 'oh, here he goes again' and finally she says he needs to cut that crap out or else she comments to someone that thank God the baby doesn't cry as much as his father does.
I think I'd still be feeling a little wary if I were her, too.
My phone is drunk! No one will answer!
|"That's my girlfriend? Really? Daebak!"|
They are each the cutest kitten in the world. When did she stop looking blind, though? Was it last week? The week before? Also, is it weird that he is at his most handsome when he's worried?
I have had Subway two, maybe three times since this started airing.
The more cute this gets the more convinced I am that someone really does die by the time this ends.
Myeong Joo's face is the best thing about this scene, which is full of really great things.
Yeah, great, he kisses good. This was just f**ng stupid and I can't believe that the auto manufacturer thought this was a good thing to do. They could have come up with a better way to demonstrate the feature.
It took me a minute to even understand WHY they were fighting. I get why she did it and I think anyone would have, but it was a pretty manipulative thing on her part. Once he told her that he had hoped her father would choose him because he was worthy on his own merit, not because she begged him to do it...then I got it. She loves her father; he is her only family. Dae Young loves her, but he also has deep respect for her father and he knows that relationship is important, besides. He needs to feel like he can look him in the eye, and if he's only there riding on her coat-tails (because she begged) then I can see why he'd say he can't do that.
Come ON. She's an ER doc. One of many. Did a plane crash in downtown Seoul? Why is she getting called in?
Oh I don't think he's a nemesis at all! These men like each other.
You can ponder that. I'm just wondering where all the feathers came from.