SONG OF THE DAY
Someone asked in a comment what the ending song for each episode of Hello! Miss was, and I’m nothing if not accommodating:
Crying Nut – “Funky Dance” — also happens to be the song to the opening credits, which you can watch after the cut. [ zShare download ]
Watch Opening Credit Sequence:
Actually, come to think of it, the question could have been referring to this song instead, which sometimes plays after the “Funky Dance” song in the ending credits/previews. This one’s a song called “Stay By My Side” by Miya. [ zShare download ]
(And btw, I find it adorable how Dong Kyu idealizes Su Ha in the bath scene, picturing her in soft back-lighting, with jeweled hairpin and flowered bathwater, when she’s really just taking a plain ol’ bath. Because to him, she’s just purty like that, even without her fancy citified makeover.)
^ I love this shot from Episode 5. They’re strolling side by side in the countryside, at ease with each other and having a pleasant, unhurried conversation. This is how their relationship should be at its best! It gives me hope for them (although yes, it’s obvious they’ll end up happy together), because when they’re both in Seoul, they’re running around, fighting and misunderstanding each other, and constantly being shoved around by the forces of others. But at Hwa An Dang, they’re calm and comfortable, free to breathe.
So anyway, I’m not totally caught up on Hello! Miss, but I remembered something funny in Episode 2 that I noticed but forgot to mention at the time. Perhaps you’ve already caught the reference:
In the scene where Dong Kyu prevents Su Ha from signing over Hwa An Dang to the scammers (who presented themselves as members of the “Save the Historical Homes” Foundation), he shows her the “Wanted” sign which lists Mr. Kwon as a fraud, and gives his other assumed aliases: Kwon Ju Hyuk, Kwon In Sung, Kwon Ji Sub, and Kwon Byung Hun. HA!
I wonder if they picked those names randomly out of a famous-male-celebrities hat, or if the production people are friends with the named actors. keke.Hello! Miss