kakashi: Go for the tree! Climb the tree, Se Ra!
JoAnne: I like that. I want her to have both. Since I can't have either, you know.
We see the bunk-bed room though? Where everybody else sleeps? Haha, no, I don't know who sleeps where but it took me a while to realize she had moved into Jae Woong's previous room. I think he had a single room because he's the oldest.
That was my conclusion as well.
ahhhh, so snooping is acceptable if it's possible to be done?
(putting that new rule aside for future use)
Passel of puppies! Awwwwwwww.
We do love passels.
I like basically everyone. That doesn't happen often, bravo, show.
Yes, they're all endearing in slightly different ways.
Well, the king of these puppies. The actual King of Puppies isn't in this.
I have never had Korean fried chicken before. And I WANT IT so badly every time they eat it.
I order fried chicken from the Chinese restaurant down the street. It's not the same (as described) but it's still different than ours, and I like it.
I know you guys can't tell me why they're all living in a house together as high schoolers - but could we not safely assume that even if something like this happened, they wouldn't have an ahjumma cooking for them?! I mean ... who'd pay for this?!
Most of the houses I know like this do have what they call a "house mother" who basically cooks and sometimes cleans for them. I know some sororities have this as well. Some will even pack lunches.
Yes. One of the things that surprised me very much about the Korean system of having groups live in a house together is that they DON'T have someone to cook/clean.
She genuinely thanks him, but wonders how they were able to keep the residence. Woo Jin looks guilty and says he has to go home. It looks like he really does have to go home, but it also looks like he’s happy not to have to answer her question either. She is surprised that he doesn’t live there, but he says (as cryptically as someone with a shining smile like that can), “In order to protect this place, I have to go home.”
So... why does he stand no chance with her?! He is so damn adorable.
I think age, maybe, although I don't care about that so much if it works between the two people. Not when it's so few years like this.
Cause they needed him and her alone to give us second-lead syndrome?
*Looks around* That rice cooker is in every drama.
I'm doing okay with my anger management today, but I feel a stirring of annoyance again.
Under the circumstances how on earth could Jae Woong object to this kid? Seriously.
In other words, Jae Woong is a stuck-up idiot. Take the puppy-tree, Se Ra.
Jae Woong is an idiot. There's nothing to discuss.
She goes to find some of the others who might. Outside Hyung Sung and Han Sol are (awkwardly) lifting weights. She asks them. Han Sol doesn’t remember, but Hyung Sung remembers Jae Woong collapsing during a match. He doesn’t remember much else. San Gyun comes out with a bag of garbage and fills them all in, berating Han Sol for forgetting the incident when he had caused such a ruckus because he was so excited about seeing someone going away in an ambulance. Sang Gyun, speaking to her in extremely polite speech (I know this because I recognized all the endings that I never remember during my Korean lessons) and as though he is reciting from a news article, tells her that it was Jae Woong’s pleura (had to look this up: https://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/pleuraldisorders.html). He was already sick before the match, but he didn’t feel he could stop playing since he is the best player. This makes Hyung Sung remember that even then, when Jae Woong wasn’t playing they never won. It makes sense now how they can be in last place—with Jae Woong's time off . . .
Will he die? No? Not that kind of drama? The exposition stuff from smart-ass San Gyun was a bit clumsy. And I didn't get why nobody knew or could remember. Was it supposed to be funny?
Perhaps it's just meant to emphasis the gulf between him and them, to make our acceptance of her and him easier. They are haksaeng. He is namja.
I've been on teams, and I don't remember everyone's injuries. I might remember that they were taken by ambulance, but often the other players aren't told details. I would only know if the other player was a specific friend of mine.
I forgave him at the push-ups. Those were very nice, very smooooth push-ups.
I'll forgive him anything if he wears shorts.
Shallow. You two are so shallow.
She really isn't very competent at life, isn't she.
I never understand the cars that drive like they have no idea anything else is in the road. Plus, her face is too shiny. Dewy does not equal smothered in Vaseline. In general, though, I approve of her styling. This is what I'm thinking about.
I thought she was staring up at the room over her head, thinking about the boy who sleeps there.
Needs to be giffed. I don't know why he is so embarrassed about this later, by the way. So she saw your dingdong? So what?
Especially since she seemed kind of impressed.
Take the tree, Se Ra. CLIMB it.
Yes. CLIMB IT. He is SO CLIMBABLE. His trunk is sturdy. His limbs are perfectly positioned. HE HAS RIPE FRUIT. Climb him! Climb him!
I think I like Han Sol best.
Han Sol is pretty darn cute, yes.
I think he deserves MUCH better than Soo Bin. What does he see in her?
Hehe. Why? Don't hide your assets, boys.
I'd institute an automatic ban on wearing clothes into the shower area. So unsanitary! Towels only.
Can she go away already?
I vote Trot for principal of that school!
And we come visit!
You wouldn't like me. I'd establish a "No grabby hands rule."
We all have it, too. My sweet Giant Puppy wins all hearts, every time. I'm not sure he'll ever be a lead, though.
What a sissy. Be proud, boy!
I actually wonder why men don't wear a bra-type thing for their junk, like we wear for ours. Put it out there front and center, make it look good. Like Aaron's pants in Refresh Man.