Crap! Crap! Crap! I cannot believe the editor committed a crime against us shippers like this. I have noticed that they tend to place scenes in the preview that don’t make it to the official broadcast episodes, but this inconsideration towards our hearts is a sin! We waited so long to have some tender moments and yet they chose to cut it down by 10 seconds? Why? WHY? Omgosh. I’m so angry I almost stopped watching this episode altogether. Luckily, I improvised.
A name that matches perfectly for this photo: It’s us against the World.
Hooray! Guys, this is by far my favorite episode because I can see it! I can see our Beanie ship reaching shore now. Jae Ha is back on my good side. As long as he’s not being Mr. WiWa, he can stay there. As for our beanie couple, a huge thanks to Miss Jane for sparking that flame out of Joon Young. It is long overdue. *pats back* Miss Jane, I think you will fit with In Woo, a pair of troublemakers. heh!
And thanks for the kinds words everyone. I don’t think I point out anything significant, but if you were me, watching an episode 3 times (subbed, raw, screenshots) might force you to pick up all the little details as well. Cheers! 😀
Is it only me but this episode went by pretty quick? The addition of a new cast member clearly brightens up the whole episode. The actor playing Joon Young’s brother, In Woo, is Jin Tae Hyun. Apparently, they have worked together in Snow Queen before. For the life of me, I don’t remember what role he played.
Yay to new clothes….from Cupid Baek. Mother-son scenes are so adorable in here that inadvertently wish for more. I find this screen shot above very cute. If you haven’t noticed, actor Lee Sang Woo has huge, thick hands so he can perfectly cover Yuri’s small face. Joo Sang Wook, on the other hand, has beautifully structured hands – I’m envious of his slender fingers. heh.
My least favorite episode. I think I snored through this episode so I won’t blame you guys if you all fall asleep at some point during this dull recap. Things we have seen, stuff we have heard, all recycled once more, with them just wearing a different set of clothes. They better bring Jane back because all the female characters (minus Cupid Baek) are grating on my last nerves!
Finally, she learns the truth. Her reaction is disappointing, though. I foresee a lot of frustrating moments in the next few weeks before the elders catch on. If I could just sit down and chat with the writer, everyone is annoying me. All the good (honestly dull) characters are spineless fools, while the evil ones GET AWAY with everything!!
I’m going to have a ceremony soon to knock some sense into our leading girl. The truth is on her side yet she remains meek, passive, and teary-eyed? No wonder you’re a doormat for In Joo! Argggg! This show is nowhere near good, not as addicting as others. It’s average but I come back week after week. WHY?????????????????? Him? It must be him.
Tell me guys, is there anything this slowpoke can’t do? I love how detailed he is – the bangs, the little hat, the chubby cheeks, and the small knife! I keep smiling. My love for him keeps increasing with each episode. He’s all sort of awesome here, doing everyone a favor, even towards his rival.