JoAnne: See that look on his face? That's my face that you would reject my lovely Kim Young Kwang AND the not inconsiderable charms of Lee Soo Hyuk. Also, my face at seeing the Cheater Friend from Five Children again so soon.
I say no to beige suits. Beige suits are worn by really boring men.
I kinda think that's exactly the point.
I really, really thought this was her imagining what he would do and that she would have a terrible surprise at the actual event but no. This is really what was happening.
When he looks like this I do not find him attractive at all. I mean, not ugly, certainly, but just.. no spark. It's okay though. I've followed you down the Kim Ji Hoon path many times, because it's always worth it. (Well, there was the Goddess of Marriage...so not ALWAYS...) but I'm in that early 'meh' stage, I guess. Plus I'm waiting for the real star of the show.
See? Put him in a black suit, make him look a little tired - already a huge improvement.
Let's not get carried away here. He's waiting at the airport for Hong Na-Ri, who is a stewardess. They seem to be in vogue lately. Both Hong Na-Ri and Do Yeo-Joo receive texts from guys they love... apparently, Yeo-Joo is known to be a flower snake/gold digger, but seems to like "this one". She hasn't dumped him yet. Are you thinking what I am thinking?
Brain-dead zombies are thinking what you're thinking. This show is not exactly challenging.
Oookay, back to Kim Ji-hoon. So HOT. Yep. Here he is, being hot. The more rumply he gets the better he gets. It's quite unmistakable how his eyes rest on Yeo-Joo much longer than on his "girlfriend" (so I guess they have not found time to tie the knot). He is also quite obviously NOT waiting for his girlfriend. He lies, wow, he's really absolutely horribly bad at it, first about having to go to China, then about having Chinese investors coming here.
He at least has the grace to look conflicted about it, the putz. And hot. He looks hot.
Back to looking not-hot. Jerk. Also, quite a departure for Miss Jo.
This is where I learned that dull as dish water Soo Ae is actually way more fun in a rom-com.
This was very, very satisfying.
Oh, how I hope she gets the rug pulled out from under her at some point. That little tramp set her sights on him at the FUNERAL.
And why? He's not exactly sizzling. Is it to hurt Na-ri?
In truth, he's the one that broke a promise, not her. But we can see her manipulativeness from early on and that fake cutesy shit and ugh, just punch her, someone.
That's him some time later:
Na-Ri is already drunk (and depressed) and he makes her drunker before he tries to get her apology. She's pretty matter of fact about them being over. Her father cheated her mom too and she cannot be with a cheater. Never, ever.
I thought he was making a very sincere (although probably ultimately insincere) gesture toward reconciliation. For probably all the wrong reasons, of course.
Yes, he seems sorry, the weasel.
Oups, but apparently? Her uncle borrowed quite a lot of money from Dong-Jin. He does not want it back, it seems, but I think this means to him that they cannot split. He adds: "Whom else do you have but me right now?" Oh, you entitled PRICK.
Except it didn't seem like he was rubbing it in her face. It seemed like a genuine argument for her to return. Am I that terrible at reading people?
Indeed, he means it. He thinks that's because he gave money to her uncle, because she is in a bad spot right now, she kinda HAS to forgive him.
And then, she shouts at him in front of a convenience store, creating a huge spectacle for everyone else on the street.
I mostly spent this time admiring her over-the-knee boots and making a mental note to buy a pink sweater, because it's been a while since I had one.
Ha, noticed her clothes here too! And his, which are horrible.
He's not giving up, following her into a supermarket. And then, he DOES give up.
Ten bucks says he'll be back.
Hopefully, or I can't do any more KimJiCaps :D
What can I say ... Kim Ji-hoon was really good! Hahahaaaaa. What a DOUCHE. I bet you he really is sorry, that's the kind of spineless prick he is.
YES. He'll marry her because he can't face the disapproval of his family and their friends, even though in his secret heart he doesn't want to - and he'll cheat on her the entire time if she takes him back, all the way crying about how guilty he feels.
Lee Soo-Hyuk has really bad skin, by the way, but that's off topic.
Sigh. Kim Young Kwang is delicious and BAKES BREAD and takes care of people, but that is also off topic.