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  1. Just finished watching ep 1 and man oh man, I feel so bad for the crown princess having to give up her daughter just so the daughter can survive. And the ending! Gah! Like most of you have already said, I felt bad for the prince as he would've made a great leader I think. He also seemed like a kind and smart boy. I loved the way he treated his twin sister - despite her being a lowly maid, he treated her with kindness and respect. It says a lot about him. Now on to watch ep 2....
    9 points
  2. I wonder if cavities were bad during these times. or they just pulled everything out till no teeth left?
    8 points
  3. Wow, what a twist! So as it turns out, Du-Sik lost his hyung.. an upper classman who treated him like a brother. Although unclear yet as to what led to his death, it looks like the wife blamed Du Sik. Also, what a surprise that Du Sik is connected to the director's dad! It looks like a number of unfortunate things befell all these people surrounding Du Sik and somehow he was blamed for them and he feels responsible. No wonder he's been holding on to all that guilt and feels he doesn't deserve Hye Jin. Can't wait to find out what really happened. As for Hwa-Jeong and Yong-Geuk, what a beautiful scene between them. I cried too! Can't say I'm surprised about the Cho Hui, I suspected as much right from the beginning. Eun Chul and Mi Seon are so cute together!
    8 points
  4. They quickly raise up become my fav couple - Glasses Pair ! @bairama@abs-oluteMWhy it become like Lost lols, he want to jump ah?
    8 points
  5. Ahhh so the guy who died is DS's brother - not sure if it's blood ties or perhaps someone he came to call as his brother. Could it even be the cousin? Not sure why hyung's wife blamed him though Long time ago I had this feeling she liked the Hwa Jeong! Wahhh this drama tries to touch on all social issues eh? This cute pair had their 1st kiss
    8 points
  6. I actually liking the show for the villagers life, the side characters is so fun to watch. Finally found the reason for Hwajeong's divorce. The reason is not very surprising, but kind of felt sad for HJ. Also Mi Seon & the police, Ijun & Bora, and all those gossipy villagers are so lively. And it's nice that they don't forget about PDnim, I like the romance with the writer. He looks good with the glasses. The main couple story is not that strong, but thanks god those additional life surrounding them can make up for the lack of it. Having said that, I just slowly watch this, can't even promise I will complete it. Haha...
    8 points
  7. Episode 13 The "happy" episodes lasted longer than I've expected. And we're finally heading towards the angst. @abs-oluteM I think there will be a time jump (at least a year) coz it seems like a foreshadowing scene where we were informed Doo Shik made alcohol for Hye Jin (which she puts her name on) and it'll take a year to be ready. The aegyo has toned down tremendously in this episode, actually I don't think there is any. Their honeymoon period is officially over! This episode had more focus on the other Gongjin couples too. I was crying a little for Hwang Jeong and ex husband's story. I was feeling upset for Yoon Kyung when she broke down in frustration—her outbursts are pretty relatable and realistic for a woman who lost herself after becoming a mother, a wife and a pregnant lady. I enjoyed the bit between Ji PD and his assistant PD too. Having baby at Hye Jin's house is the most unrealistic of this episode which FF through. I'd expect all the grandmas to be at the scene and someone boiling hot water etc. The most infuriating scene of this episode had to be Hye Jin's classmates. Yumi's Cells happened to have exactly the same kind of scenario too this week. And even more infuriating is both drama's protagonists were desperate to prove to these judgmental airheads that they have a boyfriend. Are we to take that this is how SK's society works? Because these kind of unhealthy human beings aren't worthy to stay in contact with at all. Doo Shik was a good sport in going to golf with them but I really dislike Hye Jin listing out Doo Shik's credentials to appease to those ladies. As we can see, he wasn't comfortable about that and Hye Jin really doesn't need stamp of approval from these women. With Hye Jin wanting to know everything about Doo Shik, it's understandable; however, does everyone need to tell their current partner everything about their pasts without keeping some things private to themselves? Doo Shik's trauma I do believe is some thing he must eventually share with Hye Jin and that in due time, he will. From preview of episode 14, it seems like someone is giving advice (to Hye Jin?) some things are difficult to say and drawing from this statement, I do (want to) believe it was just difficult for Doo Shik to talk about it, even though it's Hye Jin and maybe especially Hye Jin. P.S. The scene before Doo Shik spouted out "I'm sorry", Kim Seon Ho's trembling lips and tears had me
    8 points
  8. @ktcjdrama @mademoiselleOne of the saddest parts was when the young eunuch who served Lee Hwi was crying for the dead Lee Hwi and crying for Dami when she went missing. The child actors in SK are really good. I can say that the premiere episodes for Affection are very good. I was a bit worried before this. But the way the backstory was told and how they set everything up was very interesting. One of the scenes that touched me was when Dami and her mother had that heart to heart. I sympathize with the Crown Princess ( this actress is so beautiful & elegant) who had to quietly mourn for the son that died and encourage the daughter who doesn't know of their true relationship. I am assuming Dami doesn't know she is the twin right? Also I have to say I was so impressed with Park Eun Bin! I love how she brought arrogant Prince Lee Hwi to life. I can imagine that Lee Hwi like the uncle said has to overcompensate because she knows that her place as the CP is not secure, & more importantly she has to make sure no one knows she is a girl. So the father seems to favour the current queen's son right? Apart from that, was happy to see our handsome Rowoon...I am glad he became a physician. So how does he become her tutor then? Actually it must have been traumatic that he witness his father killing the court maid. Was there any mention about what happened to his father?
    7 points
  9. I read many praising tweets about Yeonmo coming from a non-fans of both lead. The emotions I had while watching the two episodes. The child actors specially the young Lee Hwi is astonishing. The amount of the acting she has to be able to pull of the twins scenes. Good job indeed. I am just a little worried for this one. You know knetz are merciless when it comes to canceling. I hope KBS will do necessary actions for this one. Yeonmo is really had a good start to begin with. Anyway Good Data has released its Top 10 buzzworthy dramas for the first week of October 2021. Drama — The King's Affection at #6. It's for the first week, meaning that yeonmo has really been anticipated a lot before the first broadcast!!
    7 points
  10. CPR really started as a 20th century practice. Though as @mademoiselle said, wikipedia does note techniques that are mentioned to try to resuscitate and keep people alive. Reading the entries and doing a little digging, however, most of these don't seem to have involved chest compressions which is now stressed as being the most important aspect of CPR. Haven't started watching this drama yet, btw. Park Eun Bin looks too pretty to be a guy, though. Not to mention, aren't they going to start wondering about lack of facial hair and why he(she) keeps refusing royal attendants to help her dress?
    7 points
  11. I finished the episode. Two thumbs up from me - I thought it was a good premiere and story is not hard to follow. I felt a little sorry that the actual Prince Lee Hwi had to die as I can see he had the makings of a good crown prince. He's intelligent and had character. Twin sis despite her lack of formal education is clever too seeing how she could read ( rare in those days for young girls who weren't from noble families) . Felt sorry for the Crown Princess who looked so longingly at the twin sister and having to give the order to send her away the second time. Hmm looks like the Crown Princess's father is the one that is manipulating the old King, and had a hand in the beheading of Prince Lee Hwi's teacher / mentor. And now I can see what you mean by the Crown Prince likely being a puppet king @mademoiselle. Anyway , I am so looking forward to seeing our leads tonight.
    7 points
  12. Hahaha it looks good, but also just take it with a grain of salt as @SilverMoonTea has it bad for the shipping here! Hello everyone! Popping in to say hi once again. Life has been targetting me with a lemon cannon so I haven't been here as much. It feels pretty full on to have to take on all these on-going issues (that have somehow been delegated to me to be fixed ) so I haven't had time to watch many dramas. I hope life fixes itself and then I can live the way I always live...watching dramas I got fully vaccinated! Yayyyyy...and @TRaNz @mademoiselle Pinchy's Lobster rolls went on tour and I ordered Lobster rolls, crab tacos etc as a treat. Have you both tried any nice food boxes lately etc?
    7 points
  13. From slice of life healing drama it has become super makjang or what @mademoiselle??? Oh man what is this? The sort of trauma he has is not easy to overcome and honestly is he in the best mental shape to be in a relationship?
    7 points
  14. E15 Previews Angst coming in FULL FORCE now! But Kim Seon Ho's crying is so beautiful I'm
    7 points
  15. @LaLa @im0202 I watched 3MAD, Kyung Ho is quite clumsy ah haha? He want to make sujebi and drop the flour and water Eventhough so, everyone seems rely on him and kept calling him non stop haha... Probably I should binge HP2, since I'm kind of dramaless...
    7 points
  16. @SilverMoonTea @abs-oluteM That dimple... aish source: ByulE This one is for myself source: This, too.
    7 points
  17. When I saw the pig USB, it reminded me of the Chinese marriage necklace that @mademoiselle or someone posted in Dabang a long time ago -- the necklace was three layers with pigs as the design.
    6 points
  18. Just done with Ep 2 and I actually had to rewind the part where the Crown Princess was on her deathbed because the cut was so sudden I thought I’d missed something erm...😂 So there was probably a time skip that they didn’t bother to specify, right? The CGI animal left much to be desired but it’s not an important part of the story so I’ll just close one eye regarding that lol. Yes he’s also an inspector(?) I think. He killed the young prince and he’s the right-hand man of the Crown Princess’s father.
    6 points
  19. I loved Episode 7. I loved it so much that I rewatched parts of it several times. What can I say... the progression between the leads felt organic and it's not hard to buy into their romance when they demonstrate themselves capable of communicating with each other on a deeper level and no fear of being vulnerable. They're both likeable people with a good balance of strengths and weaknesses. I like how Da-li is able to see through Moo-hak's bluster and bravado to say conclude that he's at his core a thoughtful fellow. She gets him and she's perceptive despite seeming like a pushover to some. The flashbacks to Moo-hak's childhood scenes with his late mother were instructive. Not only did we get a sense of where he's come from emotionally but it helps us understand why he's so insistent about Da-li not missing her meals... and also perhaps why he's become a really good cook. His dynamic with his mother and her absence for much of his life created the trajectory he's been on ever since. If there's one thing that Dad did right in raising Da-li is that he taught her to look beyond the surface with regards to people especially in the case of Won-tak. Dad was no snob in that regard. Though he was old money, he really did practice philanthropy sincerely to the point where he got his hands dirty. He put his money where his mouth is. He was a good man (even if he could have done better with the financing of the gallery) and Da-li isn't a spoilt princess especially when contrasted with the much more aggressive Chak-hee. Da-li's dynamic with Won-tak it seems to me provides the foundations of why she finds Moo-hak attractive. The two men are birds of a feather. It occurred to me that even in this brief time they've shared together that it might be that Moo-hak might have a better grasp of Da-li's personality than Tae-jin. Or maybe it's just guilt and jealousy talking. No doubt he's feeling competitive and territorial. There are a couple of things I like about this love triangle. One is that Tae-jin is someone even though he really has no chance with her anymore who can help Da-li with getting the gallery back in the black. I don't discount his part in her life especially at this point in time when she needs to rebuild the gallery and make it an ongoing concern especially when there are people eyeing the land. The confrontation between the romance rivals was indicative again of how shrewd Moo-hak is. The gallery business is not really his scene but he's not stupid. He knows he's being denigrated and the come back was beautiful. And the metaphor is perfectly suited to Moo-hak's personality. The best part of the exchange showed too how respectful he's become of Da-li's independence. Some have commented on how the curators often take a dig at Moo-hak. It is a form of snobbery and it can get old fast particularly because they're subject to the whims of clients and patrons. Da-li is pretty special in that regard. Despite her wealthy upbringing she doesn't put on airs. Can't wait for the next episode.
    6 points
  20. Challenge accepted. Wait for it... Eww.... I would never want to put slices of beef on my face. I'd rather wrinkle with grace. But, it's a very informative and comprehensive page on sheet mask. None of the ones I've ever used was featured though. The video clip showing taking off the sheet mask from forehead and downwards though, whereas I would take it off from the chin and upwards.
    6 points
  21. Hahaha will you? Bwahahahaha → https://skinlibrary.co.uk/blogs/librarian-edits/sheet-mask-101 No no, I was tearing up too. But maybe by JenL's definition it can't be counted as crying coz the tears didn't flow down my cheek hahaha. Oh the chubby child actor is really cute. I like him too. She knows. She overheard the mother's and grandfather's conversation and found out there and then the heart-to-heart talk, the mother mentioned she was carrying both her and Hwi. Yeah that's what the annoying Prince* said. This prince based on how he was addressed is Hwi/Dam's uncle so that makes him their father's younger brother I think. Hmm didn't he promise Dam he wants to serve the Crown Prince after he grew up? I think that's somehow he was appointed (plus might be planted by her grandfather since Ji Woon is son of the man who works for the grandfather). Ji Woon's father continue to serve the court and the grandfather. The child actress already knows how to cry in the way I like xDDD source: mood_otd
    6 points
  22. Hahaha should have been a lake. I always think of the lake in Kingdom where the evil people dumped the bodies after they murdered people....like it looked so beautiful on the surface and so evil under the water Oooh thank you! She had most of Episode 2 as well. She held the story together pretty well for the childhood of Lee Hwi! She does have a cool streak in her attitude though. I feel like it's more passable as long as she doesn't have her hair down. She's super girly when the hair frames her face. I do know some guys who don't have much facial hair though! I mean they get like one whisker and try to brag about having 'a beard'...this one particular guy who I'm thinking of is now a dad too. Granted, he doesn't look girly, but I guess it's possible not to have much to shave your entire life. Aw I like Jung Chae Yeon. She's so pretty Yeah, I found this scene super choppy. Like it's weird that they didn't just put in a time jump there...like 3 months later etc. I felt like it needed some explaination. It's not like she died 2 hours later right? YESSSS...I was really pleasantly surprised. They had correct accent and spoke very well too. There's nothing that breaks the illusion more than language. I hate when they say a character is fluent in English/ Chinese/ some European language and got top grades/ lived abroad for 10 years...and then the depiction doesn't match the description I LOL'ed at the face masks too
    6 points
  23. Count me pleasantly surprised too! I could actually understand them! Either they have recruited Chinese actors, or they dubbed it. Either way, I'm grateful. You tempted me to make a list, hahaha... That's what I've decided to do too Are we going to research too when was facial sheet mask created? LOL I thought I was the only one crying too much in ep.2... LOL...
    6 points
  24. Oh gosh...I am crying my eyes out watching eps 2 ....eh...I thought this was going to be a light sageuk????
    6 points
  25. Hahahahahaha I thought there weren't enough for the youth romance, well, at least not shown to us because it felt really quick that they liked each other xD but there was a scene that I saw in preview that weren't shown in these two episodes, which is them playing chase-after-me at the pond. You should have checked out Hong Cheon Ki episode 1. The youth romance was cuter there and she actually kissed the boy on his lips, unlike CPR here. Hahaha. I wondered the same too although I don't remember drowning in ponds in period dramas. I just know Empress Dowager killed a consort by pushing her into a well. I find palace a bit eerie because so many people died there. I think the plot of the story is about how people are beginning to doubt her. I've the same problem. For now I'm calling her Dam. Hahaha. OMG. I really REALLY want to be able to watch this till the end! I don't think it'll be as serious as cancelling the whole show but he's like a main villain here so it'll be hard to edit him out. That said, his DUI incident was back in 2017 so hopefully knetz had forgotten about this. Nearly forgot to post this... did you guys LOL when you saw this? Joseon's style facial sheet masks!
    6 points
  26. Anyone notice the bad edits or scene cut in episode 2. The queen comforts Dami then 360 scene to the queen dying. Had to replay the scene to make sure I didn’t miss anything. Am glad watched straight 2 episodes at one time, very frustrating watching episode 1. The attitude towards females is difficult to digest. overall this is very good drama that I hope Dami gets revenge.
    6 points
  27. I like the story telling... They don't dwell on the death of CP Lee Hwi, but they don't gloss it over either. We get to see each related person mourned for his death, at the same time effectively revealing the true identity of Dam and her reaction to it. Not long-winded as well about her adjusting and adapting to this new identity. It's really too bad that her mother died so unexpectedly sudden. Dam really has good loyal people around her while growing up. Like I said, I cried quite a bit watching her taking in and going through the revelation of her fate and future.
    6 points
  28. 2021.10.13 Jung Chae Yeon's agency MBK's Naver Update Love this group shot! More beautiful and colourful photos of Jung Chae Yeon → HERE Ohhh, little Ji Woon (child actor Ko Woo Rim) is also from the same agency as Park Eun Bin.
    6 points
  29. Basically one rainy night, she overheard him telling the cafe owner (while drunk) about his real view on his marriage, that it was more like a marriage of convenience, instead of marriage of love. It is in ep.12, around 1:02:21 mark, if you want to watch. Some people think she asked for a divorce to set him free.
    6 points
  30. Although Episode 5 was a bit wobbly, I like this show a lot. It does more things right than wrong to my mind and what it does really right is the lead's dynamic. To me this is how you do an "opposites attract" storyline convincingly even when the opposites seems to be poles apart. While ordinarily they don't move in the same circles, some unexpected events have inadvertently thrown them together. Money of course is the primary factor and driver of why there's ongoing interaction. Sure, Moo-hak is crushing badly on her so he has other motives but they are still bound by the fact that they do have a creditor-borrower relationship. If he had been left to his own devices without undue pressure from his loud-mouth Scrooge of a father, this need to pretend that he's hovering around only because of money would have even been an issue. In all honesty, his father doesn't seem all that bright judging by his choice of a second wife and the baggage that she's brought into that marriage. Dad's bark is far worse than his bite and looking at how he interacts with his wife and stepson I can't help feeling that it's mostly hot air as well. I'm not a fan of how K dramas do their pile on of female leads to make them look pathetic so I wasn't too happy about what transpired in Episode 5. That said, Da-li was able to turn things around with flair in Episode 6 and as I'd hoped she did take help from her ex. She had to. The important thing is that she did it on her own terms, her way. At least she did live up to her reputation of being intelligent. The whole thing about her getting robbed on hindsight did at least lead to further revelations about her cousin's scheming and collaboration with the assemblyman. At least it's confirmed who the candidates implicated in her father's death might be. For me at least the writing justifies the decisions that it makes. The difference for me between this show and HomeCha is that I really like both leads and their dynamic in this. It's true that they are an unlikely pairing but the show does a good job of showing why they might be attracted to each other despite the disparities in backgrounds. This is best part of the show to me. At least I feel that the show is conscientiously making a case for them as different scenarios play out. Despite tending towards being uncouth and bordering boorish (although Kim Min-jae himself has a certain elegance which obviously shines through), I really like Moo-hak's authenticity as a penny-pinching nouveau riche chaebol offspring. He is always himself. Although he doesn't want to look like he's an uncultured swine in front of the arty types, he will speak up like the boy in the Emperor's New Clothes if things don't make sense. There's a charm to that even for someone like me who loves modern art and art galleries in general. Like Da-li, I too find him amusing even when he pulls his over-the-top gangster shtick. Even if he's not educated in the arts, he's still a shrewd and observant fellow of reality. What he lacks in gentility, he makes up for it in brash kindness. Of course it helps that he likes her. What the leads bring to the table is a matter of balance. It's obvious and it's consistent. Right from when they met in The Netherlands in a case of mistaken identity until now. Moo-hak knows too that Da-li has something he lacks in his own life. She needs someone she can rely on when the chips are down. This is the kind of writing I appreciate. And the dialogue especially between them... sings. Tae-jin, the ex is an interesting beast. It continues to be a mystery why he dumped her so unceremoniously five years ago. My suspicion is that he was given some kind of ultimatum by the powers-that-were at Seji and he believed strategically that if he gave in then in the long run he could get both the girl and the power he lacked then. I don't think he's a villain but he made a calculation that he will live to rue. Perhaps it could be said that they aren't destined to be together anyway. It's not hard to see where much of this is headed but at least I think the show does a decent job with the storytelling.
    6 points
  31. Two episodes in and I already like this much more than Moonlight Drawn by Clouds (Blasphemy right?). I am not a fan of fluffy historical dramas and this obviously isn't one of those. The first couple of episodes remind me of The Moon Embraces the Sun and the Princess' Man more than Moonlight. I really like the vibe of the show as it befitts something set in the 13th -14th century. People actually die at the whim of the emperor and there are ruthless court officials. Superstition abounds. The Crown Prince doesn't have a great deal of power. That's what a sageuk should be like. Of course I'm sure there'll be fluff and from the looks of the trailers, there's prospect of a love polygon. The reality is that she can't hide the fact that she's a woman forever. Especially because she lacks facial hair and has a menstrual cycle. And real antagonists who have reasons to unmask her. Plus every Crown Prince has to have a wife eventually. It'll be interesting to see how all that plays out. Park Eun-bin who I really liked in Hot Stove League passes off for a cross-dressing character well although we haven't seen much of what she's capable of. I'm not familiar with the male lead but he's certainly a good-looking fellow. It appears that Jung Ji-un has broken with his father. He seems to have become a physician of sorts. The show is off to a good start. The pacing is decent so far. It doesn't do anything particularly original but whatever it's doing, I'm on board so far.
    6 points
  32. Eun Bin is so gorgeous. So sexy too haha The visual of both Eun Bin and Rowoon are no joke. E3 Preview
    6 points
  33. I was also really curious! Like is it to make sure palace maids are not allergic to parrot's blood? Honestly old medical knowledge was so weird! So weird. So so weird. Like better be good at balancing your arm so liquid's don't drip But poor poor parrots. How many were killed for blood testing
    6 points
  34. @Alice Wonderland Wikipedia said "Prior to the inception of cardiopulmonary resuscitation, there had been some techniques to keep patients alive that were developed in the 18th century in Japan and in Europe, and as far back as the 15th century in Persia." @abs-oluteM Yeah I was surprised she can read! Honestly I thought the Consort (not sure if she's crown princess because they didn't address her as Seja-mama) would have at least ensure Dam was well taken care of living outside the palace. Like constantly send money to sustain her living but it didn't seem like that is the case. And also I wonder what's the story of her with the guard who took Dam away because he was the Crown Prince's guard (he was standing behind Crown Prince when she was begging him to let their daughter live).
    6 points
  35. Playing ep 1, this is bugging me everytime I see this scene in saeguk or any other period drama. Something that I could only thing possible in modern time. Since when CPR firstly learned actually? Was it already taught long hundred years ago? Or the writer only used this as a way to make the heart of viewers fluttering? Okay, brb later, continue watching again.
    6 points
  36. My arm is sore, but otherwise I'm holding up for now...we shall see tomorrow though! I've been sleeping earlier because I have no energy for stressful things anyway...but if I'm extra tired today, I'll know it was also the jab on top of that I'm surprised at the no food boxes! Though I know you enjoy eating at the actual places...but it's kind of nice to have little picnics. I'll put up my Pinchy photos in the foodie thread if I get a moment. I'm always planning to visit, but then get distracted by a drama thread
    6 points
  37. Yay! Congrats. So am I. How was your second jab? I was glad I did it on a Saturday so I spent Sunday lying in bed coz I have no energy at all. No nice food boxes at all. Sigh.
    6 points
  38. Okay done ep 13-14. Finally got the time write a bit of my thoughts. I like that they take turn on some other stories while DS and HJ are on their temporary break. The angst doesn't feel too annoying to watch so I still enjoy the show like usual. I am glad how BR's mom reconciled with her inconsiderate husband, that baby is a gift, his present is enough to vanish their confrontations before. My mom said, real life married couple life is much harder than that, sometimes you need to lose a bit to keep it going. I heard her as it sounds bitter, then she said, there is nothing in this world which can really be matched with you unless you try to put more of those egos and differences asides. It's good to see HJ got back together with IK's dad. Nam Suk is being a good cupid this time, I grow some love for her character now, I thought she would only remain as that annoying nosy gossiper. And what I dislike here, I have seen it coming tho, DS is being hesitated to be open-up to HJ about himself and his problems that bottled him up but in the end she will hear it from someone else first. The ending twist, that DH's dad connected to DS's past, I see that everyone are blaming him. But I'm sure like what grandfather stories he shared to HJ, this matter need more flasback for me to judge. Lols. Beofe it all confirmed clearly his fault, it means he's innocent until proven guilty. As I think I'm a good judge of a character, DS is actually a good person. Well let's see.
    6 points
  39. done watching ep 14.. I appreciate this drama tried to inject social issues within the 'side' characters story in the magnet of dimple couple. Those bits that keep me continuing Homcha. Eventho there are some offs, but also on like the pregnant mom's story: how woman x woman respect each other, how we often find man like her husband in society especially from older generation from me which is suffocating and the drama tries to fix that, also the latest pick up is Chohui backstory reveals for liking Hwajeong, something like that. I still remember why I like this breeze of seaside drama. Moments like the tweet above. The glasses couple tho, manifest this one cause I also like how the drama manages to not over-glorified first love thing. Lol 2nd lead could be not that depressing & still can shine. They learned something from the previous 2nd lead boom drama. Hahaha. Pyo Miseon creeps up to my fave character in this drama, she looks so relaxed and Idk every time I see her, she is so comfortable? She is oozing comfort aura of relatable human. Not beautiful in that kind of way beautiful but she knows what look best on her. Reminds me of Gong Hyojin yes, my profile picture right now. I like her attitude from the start she was just starting live in Gongjin X) the actress also nailed her quirks. After pff on ep 11-13 (some cringe moments for example, he even lied about how her cooking taste?? Lol, it is not good for your health, white lie that really not necessary), I quite like it the development of Sikhye. I kind of understand now why Hyejin demanded that from him at first because silently, she is observing him, kind of curious (especially after all the Gongjins know there is something wrong with him) but keep it bottled up until that slice of moment made her unsure if she is that significant for Dusik thinks about the future of them. At first she might be not that wise, but I'm glad in ep 14 she concluded something & it is a good way to push the story for Dusik's 'dark confession' actually. It will be really weird and uncomfortable if it is forced by the PD's dad reveals only. It is a way to trigger him. I'm in love-hate relationship how Gongjins will know all the surface of private matters between their people tho. Hahaha, but this one, I think our Sikhye gained much help of wise points from the Gongjins. About Dusik might be not in best shape to start relationship, yeah I found it off at first, because the Dusik we know from viewers lenses he even didn't have courage to keep the life of hedgehog because of his trauma suddenly let's go for the moment with Hyejin. But to think of it, again, Gongjins raised him. He took much advices from them so he learned little by little and I can sympathize why he wanted to try the relationship even he couldn't open all of his deepest talk yet: he is on the way to the courage for finding his happiness that stolen big by what happened between 5 years.
    6 points
  40. Ma-ma-masterpiece? You know you open up a lot of expectations with statements like this
    6 points
  41. He's the CEO, right? I'd expect CEO to look like this: @im0202 So glad to hear your fiancé has recovered. It must have been scary for you all.
    6 points
  42. BTS Photos Hmm, what's all those tiny raised bumps on Min Jae's face? It looks like those are where his facial hairs grow...
    6 points
  43. @TRaNzwhere are u? Here' ur babe drama. @mademoiselleHis hair 🤔
    6 points
  44. @Dhakraep 11-12 Lost is a masterpiece! I'm so sad this drama only left few episodes to go 🥺
    6 points
  45. I have no idea. I'm still blur as to how he caused that PD's father's paralysis. It looked like he was also hurt (in hospital patient's clothing too and was suicidal after that). I'm sure it wasn't intentional! And isn't "love" itself is a healing remedy for some people? Doo Shik does really want to get better, else he won't be seeing a psychiatrist or taking medicines. It also look like he was going to tell Hye Jin near the end of this episode but was interrupted by the PD. P.S. The Hyung, Weibo said it was a friend from Uni, @abs-oluteM so not blood-related.
    6 points
  46. Your oppa got arrested @abs-oluteM
    6 points
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