Oh, they had a plan for her to die? That would have worked, but I still think Mo Yeon would have been the best choice. Nothing personal against her, just the most unexpected option.
|Me, while watching DotS: Sob - this is so disappointing! Why wasn't this so much better?|
I don't need to waste time watching this. Song Joong Ki, I love you!
Mo Yeon and Shi Jin are reunited after a year (?) of everyone thinking Shi Jin was dead. While I would have found it slightly more plausible if it had not happened in the middle of the desert, I have to say I felt real emotion here. I like the scruffy look, too. Well, I look every look on him, basically.
Yeah, I mean... you could put him in a pumpkin suit and he'd make it work. It's not that he's hot...he's cute, but it's him, not his looks, that bring the fire.
I actually thought they'd leave him dead, when he didn't come up over that dune with Shi Jin. But that was when I thought he just randomly found her in the desert.
There is not one single thing not to love about this. I'm getting choked up just watching your gif.
I wonder if he rattles? Also: shaving your guy is sexy. If we can't have sex, KDrama, can we have personal grooming?
I don't care, I like the guy, I'm glad to see him.
Okay, this was funny. You have to concede that.
Yep, hilarious. I was crying I laughed so hard. And I loved his incredulous 'did you just kill me AGAIN?'
I'd watch it. At least one of those couples would have had sex. Not that I want to watch the sex but the lead up to it, you know what I mean.
Oh good. Because hey, we could have had them break up AGAIN.
It had to have. It had to, come on. I mean, they poop and we don't see that, right? They pay bills? They take out the trash? Stuff happens we don't see. I choose to believe that there was a lot of sex happening right before and right after each scene they were in together.
I was thinking about this, because yes, to us it's ridiculous. But think about the way fans are so possessive of their bias...as if they have a right to them, as if it's an actual relationship on par with personal connection. I guess this would be the flip side of that? Although I find it difficult to believe that these women in particular would have behaved this way...but who knows.
Someone has to be practical when one half of the couple is always running off to mysterious destinations!
Yeah, he decided that a year ago, and then the guy died...fortunately he came back to life! I guess it would have added salt to her wounds if Dad had told Myeong Joo oh, by the way, I decided I was a cool with Dae Young. Uh, sorry he died.
Maybe we get to see that disgusting diamond stealer in prison. Oh, and the patient who gave Chi Hoon a hard time, where's he? and that weird voiced guy, and Ye Hwa...and where's the hospital director? Do we get to see Chi Hoon's baby?
(ha), rushes in to use Dr. Song's computer. Apparently he has a message from Bleki, who is telling him his real name. Unfortunately right when he says it, the goat neighs, so the secret of Bleki's real name is never revealed.
Not a funny joke, the black/Blek bit. *side-eyes the writer* But it IS funny that Chi Hoon never figures out the name
They've apparently known each other their whole lives? That I didn't know..but we did know that he paid for her sibling to go to school - I guess she's always felt like a less than equal person when it comes to him. But the childishness...well, aegyo is big, just not here.
But he likes that about her, so...
I love what he does with his hands...well, his hand.
Girls table? Boys table? COME ON. And where is Ye Hwa? We don't even get to see the bride? Bite me
A few final thoughts. I did not hate this drama as some others did, but that doesn't mean I thought the writing was at all good. I really liked (or loved) most of the cast, so unlike Heirs were I have an aversion to Lee Min Ho and didn't finish the first episode, it wasn't a hardship to watch. I will admit to shaking my head for much of the time. I think it had good actors who for the most part were able to rise above the writing, so while the script and cheesy lines were cringeworthy, the actors were able to pull them off to the best of their ability and make an unbelievable story almost believable. As one person said, we're not watching War and Peace. But I did feel immensely disappointed that with all the time given and talent cast, the writer could not come up with a much better drama. Yet whenever I would think enough is enough, Song Joong Ki would give the slightest facial expression that would draw me back in. I was excited to watch for him, and for that I don't regret the hours spent doing so.
Yes, praise all that is holy for this cast because...it could have been others... *coughcoughGuHyeSuncoughcough* *coughcoughAhnJaeHyuncoughcough*