Drama Recaps
Love & Marriage: Episode 14
by | October 14, 2008 | 35 Comments

This episode probably shouldn’t be taken with too much seriousness, because it felt like everyone regressed for a moment into adolescence and acted like a bunch of kids. It almost seemed like the actors were having a bit of fun — and while it wasn’t, uh, realistic, it was cute how they joked and played around more than usual. (Also, there are a lot of funny faces today.)

SONG OF THE DAY

Holladang – “Beat One” [ Download ]

Audio clip: Adobe Flash Player (version 9 or above) is required to play this audio clip. Download the latest version here. You also need to have JavaScript enabled in your browser.

 
EPISODE 14 RECAP

With their relationship out in the open, Hyun-soo meets Kang-hyun’s friends. Hee-soong is introduced as the friend who gave her the spoiled kimbap, so Hyun-soo thanks her, since the incident led to their first kiss.

Hee-soong and Soon-young point out that they’re still addressing each other formally, with Kang-hyun calling Hyun-soo “Attorney Park” and him calling her “Kang-hyun-sshi.” Since he’s older by four years, he ought to drop the formal speech and just call her “Kang-hyun-ah,” and she should call him “oppa.”

They try it out but find it too awkward, so they brainstorm for terms they can call each other, drawing up a list of candidates like “honey” and “darling.” Her friends are nonplussed at the sight of the couple acting googly-eyed and in love.

Kang-hyun’s parents worry over the relationship, and try to come up with a way to break the kids up. They scold Kang-hyun and tell her to quit her job (fearing her proximity to Hyun-soo), but she insists that Hyun-soo has been acting cold ever since her parents talked to him. She also agrees to move back in with them, and abide by their 10 p.m. curfew (midnight if she’s with Kyung-hwan).

At work, Kang-hyun is faced with two issues. First, she stresses over finding Hwa-young the perfect date. Partly out of guilt and partly out of relief, Kang-hyun would like to get Hwa-young a fantastic date and be done with it.

Second, Hyun-soo’s brother Hyun-sung is fed up with his brief but unsuccessful experience with the dating company, and withdraws his application and Hyun-soo’s. Kang-hyun is pleased to have Hyun-soo no longer in their client database, but because that means she failed in her bet with him, Hyun-sung remains opposed to her relationship with his brother.

But Sung-ho has other intentions for Hyun-soo’s profile. He’s reluctant to withdraw him from their membership, because an angry client is demanding a date with Hyun-soo. Sung-ho has been trying to deflect her requests, but she says she joined their service because of Hyun-soo’s profile and threatens to sue for false advertising, as well as making her five friends quit the service.

Kang-hyun insists Sung-ho remove Hyun-soo’s membership anyway, because Hyun-soo wouldn’t like it. And also: “He’s my man!”

Sung-ho agrees to comply, but he goes behind her back to arrange a date to appease the client, then calls Hyun-soo to the venue. Once there, Sung-ho begs Kang-hyun to go along with the plan just once, and she relents — but only as long as she can act as their couple manager.

Therefore, Kang-hyun introduces herself as their representative, and informs the woman that Hyun-soo is so busy that he can only spare 30 minutes today. Oh, and today is Hyun-soo’s last day as a member.

Hyun-soo’s date is almost creepy in the level of detail she knows about Hyun-soo (and his former job, and his former in-laws), but he extricates himself after 30 minutes. In the restroom, he gets a text message, which he reads with a smile: Kang-hyun writes, “Smiling prohibited! Keep silent!”

Hyun-soo overhears a guy’s phone conversation as he’s about to leave the bathroom. The guy is a particular jackass about his date, because while he was perfectly polite to her face, he brags over the phone, “Yeah, she’s good enough to play around with.” Turns out his date is Hwa-young.

Hyun-soo calls Hwa-young and prevents her from continuing the date, and tells her the truth. Hwa-young thanks him for worrying about her. The next day, Kang-hyun apologizes to Hyun-soo for setting up Hwa-young’s bad date and promises to take better care in the future.

Kang-hyun isn’t genuinely bothered by Hyun-soo’s concern for his ex-wife, but that doesn’t stop her from feeling the teeniest bit of satisfaction when he expresses a prickling of jealousy when Kyung-hwan calls.

When Kang-hyun is out of earshot of Hyun-soo, she talks on the phone normally, but speaks in an extra-sweet tone when Hyun-soo moves closer. Hyun-soo asks jealously if Kyung-hwan is still bugging her, and she points out, “You’re still in contact with Hwa-young.”

Kyung-hwan has been completely stressed out studying for his law exams. With all his former confidence gone, he wants to quit school and give up now. Even with a job offer at the law firm awaiting him, Kyung-hwan doesn’t think he has the smarts to pass his exam.

On the other hand, Hee-soong gets a real job working at a magazine. With Kang-hyun moving out (temporarily, although her parents don’t know that) and taking her income with her, the friends hold a yard sell to raise money for a month’s living expenses. Kang-hyun plans to return to the apartment after working out her parents’ opposition to Hyun-soo.

Hee-soong complains that Kang-hyun has set up all of her friends but her. Kang-hyun hadn’t known Hee-soong was interested in dating, and promises to set her up with somebody right away.

This turns out to be Hyun-soo’s lawyer friend, Hyuk-soo, who is immediately taken with Hee-soong and thanks Kang-hyun profusely. While he steps away to take a call, Kang-hyun tries to place his familiar-sounding voice… and then remembers that Hyuk-soo is the guy who got her fired from her previous job.

Thankfully, this doesn’t present a huge problem, because Hee-soong and Hyun-soo calm her down, telling her that she never would have met Hyun-soo if not for the guy.

Hyuk-soo and Hee-soong tease the couple for still being so formal with each other. Kang-hyun answers that they haven’t decided on what to call each other yet, and Hyuk-soo tells them to just go for it. He demonstrates with Hee-soong.

Unfortunately, Kang-hyun’s newly imposed curfew means they must run home immediately to make it the 10 p.m. cutoff.

In an effort to soften her parents, Hyun-soo arrives on the weekend bearing gifts, intending to pay formal respects. However, Kang-hyun’s parents have taken a trip to her mom’s former convalescent center and don’t plan to be back until the next morning.

Foreseeing that Kang-hyun would want to sneak out with her boyfriend, her parents warn that they’ll call once every hour to make sure she stays home. But that doesn’t prevent them from spending time together as long as they stay home, so they settle in and enjoy each other’s company.

Kang-hyun remembers her mother’s claim of hiding a golden frog in the house, and declares a treasure hunt. Judging from her mother’s description, it ought to be a pretty big hunk of gold, but it’s not until they find it (screencap up top) that they realize (1) Mom’s memory exaggerated its size, and (2) it’s a turtle, not a frog.

Unexpectedly (to her, not to us), Kang-hyun’s parents come home early, and it’s a mad dash to hide Hyun-soo, and then to sneak him outside unseen.

Kang-hyun’s parents wonder what to do about their housekeeper girl, Kyung-ae. She’d come from Yanbian (a Chinese region heavily populated by Koreans) to marry an abusive Korean husband, only to be kicked out of the family. With her visa running out, Mom suggests that Kyung-ae marry a Korean man to keep her from deportation.

Mom asks Kang-hyun if she knows of any available men, and Kang-hyun remembers Hyun-soo’s brother.

It turns out to be a big success, because Kyung-ae is pretty and sweet and finds all of Hyun-sung’s corny gag jokes funny (which in turn gives Hyun-sung the confidence to keep impressing her with his, uh, wit). Even Hyun-soo and Kang-hyun are surprised at how well the two get along.

One problem, though, is that they run late getting back home that night, and by the time they arrive at the apartment, it’s 10:30. Rather than face further censure, Kang-hyun remembers that her parents gave her extended curfew if she’s out with Kyung-hwan, and calls him.

Reluctantly, Kyung-hwan plays along, confirming over the phone that he’s with Kang-hyun. But Mom and Dad aren’t satisfied, and go one step further, wanting Kyung-hwan to see her home. (Heh, what suspicious parents. Reminds me of high school, actually. Psst, mom and dad! If you trust your kids, they won’t lie to you. As much.)

The three of them go along with the scheme, even though nobody’s really happy with it.

Kyung-hwan takes this chance to make an important announcement: He has decided to quit school. He still wants to marry Kang-hyun and assures them that he can provide for her, but his decision changes everything for her parents. If he’s not going to be a lawyer, the lack of a good job will make Kang-hyun’s life difficult, and their whole reason for supporting the marriage is no longer valid.

They also happen to remember all of a sudden that this guy dumped their daughter for another girl. The wedding is off.

As much as Kyung-hwan can be a big baby sometimes (and despite the sad-looking screencap, his crying is more funny than pitiful), it sucks to be Kyung-hwan now. He bemoans that he’s all alone (“There’s nobody in the world who’s on my side”) and starts crying drunkenly for his old girlfriend who understood him and treated him with compassion.

So Kang-hyun grabs his phone and calls the ex-girlfriend, who comes to retrieve Kyung-hwan.

Mom and Dad, on the other hand, are are embarrassed for having bragged about their future lawyer son-in-law. Kang-hyun brings up Hyun-soo, saying his divorced status isn’t such a big deal, but her parents clarify that their big concern isn’t his divorce but the fact that he knows too much about them. Kang-hyun swears she won’t give them any cause to worry about that, and starts to wear down their opposition.

With that goal achieved, she also moves back to her apartment.

Kang-hyun excitedly tells Hyun-soo that her parents’ opposition isn’t a problem anymore, and they rejoice together. However, because this occurs in the hallway at work, they’re seen by a client — the one who wanted to date Hyun-soo — and she sues Sung-ho for false advertising.

Hye-sun manages to smooth things over with the client enough to avert a lawsuit (although there are certain unexplained “administrative” measures remaining). But Sung-ho’s happiness is cut short by the realization that Hye-sun is going to marry her boyfriend.

He mopes at the office, and Kang-hyun finds out that his divorce came about because he had an affair. Kang-hyun is suitably disappointed in him, and Sung-ho explains that this kind of stuff happens when people don’t “do their homework” (in life, he means). Thus they end up doing stupid things as a result.

Kang-hyun advises him to express his feelings to Hye-sun, even if it’s to send her off, so Sung-ho appears at the restaurant where she’s making her formal greetings to her stepchildren-to-be.

Sung-ho tells her he’s sorry, and that he’d come today to see her for the last time. After she goes back to her party, Sung-ho writes a poem, which he leaves behind for her. He hasn’t been able to write poetry in ages, and this is his first in a long time — it essentially expresses his sadness at seeing her go, his loneliness, and ends, “To my last love, Yoon Hye-sun.”

As a result of the angry client, the Last Love office suspends operation for a month. The other employees look at it as a vacation, but Kang-hyun has never not worked, and isn’t prepared for an enforced break. Hyun-soo encourages her to take the time to recharge.

Her first day off, Kang-hyun tries to call out her friends, but they’re either busy with work, or it’s been so long since they talked that they respond to her text with a confused “Who is this?”

She’s so bored that she calls out Kyung-hwan for coffee. He’s a lot happier now, back with his girlfriend, and seems more mature this time — he’s stopped calling the girlfriend “noona,” and is treating her as an equal rather than letting her be the caretaker. He has also taken the girlfriend’s suggestion to take leave from school rather than quitting altogether.

Kang-hyun visits Hyun-soo at work, and at first freaks him out by telling him sadly, “Let’s stop dating.” Just as he’s about to panic, she giggles at the joke (and Hyun-soo looks adorably confused).

But it’s not a total joke, because she does want “a break.” Thankfully, we’re not talking Ross-n-Rachel-esque “We were on a break” vague territory, but Kang-hyun explains that she hates when women devote everything to waiting around for their men. In other words, her recent self: “I think I’ve changed ever since I started liking you.” She’s disturbed that all she does is think about him at the expense of other interests, and asks for time “to recharge.” Just for the month that she’ll be away from work.

Hyun-soo understands her need (although he thinks a month is too long) and is impressed with her drive to better herself. They’re not breaking up, but they are agreeing not to date for the month.

Kang-hyun starts her path to rediscovery… which apparently means lots of reading about Che Guevara. She reads at cafes, eats at restaurants alone, and generally rediscovers what it’s like to be solo. After all, you see things when you’re alone that you might miss when you’re with someone else: “We need two people to love, but we also need time to love ourselves too.”

Her goal is to do one new thing per day — eat new food, take roads she hasn’t taken before: “To see the world from the other direction.”

She sends Hyun-soo a care package with letters and items (“Things Kang-hyun likes”) for Hyun-soo to take a look at (which, gratifyingly, contains a copy of Anne of Green Gables).

On the last day of her month, Soon-young bugs Kang-hyun to be set up with a guy, too. Hearing that her only requirement is good looks, Kang-hyun calls one of the clerks from Hyun-soo’s law firm (identified only as “pretty-boy receptionist”).

They hit it off. She likes him because he’s good-looking, and he likes her because she thinks he’s good-looking. Ah, vain love. Their love story should be called “When Airhead Met Airhead.”

Kang-hyun asks the guy how Hyun-soo’s been doing lately — is he sad? depressed? — but is a little put out to hear he’s perfectly fine.

Getting Hyun-soo’s day schedule from the receptionist, Kang-hyun secretly watches Hyun-soo consult with a client at a hotel, then visits the rooftop to write down something (numbers of some sort — a list, maybe?), which she leaves behind to retrieve later.

Just then, Hyun-soo drops by for some relaxation time, and Kang-hyun tries to hide herself. Excited to see her, Hyun-soo rushes to her side, saying, “I missed you!”

But Kang-hyun refuses to look at him, like a bride who’s freaked out that the groom has seen her wearing her wedding dress before the ceremony. She reminds him of the old fable of the nine-tailed fox, and asks, “Do you know why the gumiho couldn’t turn human?” Hyun-soo: “Because it waited 99 days, not 100?” Kang-hyun: “Right, it couldn’t wait one more day.”

Therefore, she insists (still keeping her face hidden), she’ll see him tomorrow when their month is over.

 
COMMENTS

I know I’m just repeating myself by now, but as with previous story developments, I’m really glad they didn’t stretch this “month break” thing into a whole prolonged angst-fest — which, I’m sure, could have easily been done. What I appreciate about Love & Marriage is that they know what they are — a light romantic comedy with somewhat predictable story elements — and they don’t try to overdo the drama. I think it was a worthy point to show Kang-hyun wanting to self-improve and work on being a full person without her boyfriend, but I also like that they decided that 15 minutes was enough to get the point across. (And it was.)

Also, while some of the pairings are a little obvious, such as Hyun-sung with the housekeeper (or Hee-soong’s date with Hyuk-soo, or Soon-young’s date with the vain legal secretary dude), I like that they didn’t come out of nowhere. I like seeing everyone paired up in a way that makes sense, and because we’ve seen enough of each of these characters well in advance, at least their pairings don’t feel like empty gestures to tie up loose ends. Now all we have left is Hwa-young, and I’m curious to see who she ends up with, because I don’t think we have any more eligible men to give to her…

 
RELATED POSTS

Tags: , ,
SPONSORED VIDEO
35 Comments from the Beanut Gallery
  1. Sevenses

    Yay recap! Much thanks for putting a smile on my face after a very long day.

    :D

     (0)


  2. Love Marriage fan

    yippeee.. thank you for the update

     (0)


  3. asianromance

    Thank you for the recap javabeans!!

    Three new couples in one episode! I love it when dramas and romantic comedies have more than one couple. And I’m glad the drama is bringing to the spotlight characters who would usually just stay in the background- like Hyun-soo’s former lawyer friend who had only appeared like twice? with not-too-many lines and the good-looking receptionist guy (whom I did notice and told myself to get the actor’s name). The Hyun-sung and Kyung-ae couple looks cute too! And the repairing of Kyung-hwan with that ex-gf! I’m waiting for Hwa-young to find love. The lady totally deserves it after being such a good sport through the drama- dealing with her one-sided love for Hyun-soo, dead mother and a sick father, and being supportive of Hyun-soo and Kang-hyun.

    I love this drama and the happy feelings it brings. This drama really stays true to being a romantic comedy.

     (0)


  4. A*

    Javabeans,
    How about the Cash King for Hwa-young? Remember he liked her and Kang-hyun promised to help him.
    Thanks for the recap as always. I really look forward to it each time.

     (0)


  5. Movall

    Great recaps, thanks so much.

    I so love the last part when Kang-Hyun wants to self-improve, meaningful and well done in such a short time. And beautiful shooting.

    So they explain about the housekeeping girl of KangHyun’s parents. I was curious since the first episode, what was she doing there? Their family is not rich enough to have a housekeeper. But then, knowing her situation, I’m glad that they help her, and find her match ^^
    Till this point, I like HwaYoung so much. She deserves happy.

    [They hit it off. She likes him because he’s good-looking, and he likes her because she thinks he’s good-looking. Ah, vain love. Their love story should be called “When Airhead Met Airhead.”]
    Bwahhhhhhhaa, love your witty writing.

    Thank you for introducing us this happy drama.

     (0)


  6. JD

    Cheers to Sarah for being generous to find time to recap this series. Just two episodes more to go then we’re full. Hehehehe. I agree with A*, maybe we’ll see the Cash King coming back at the end of the series. Maybe he has also embarked on improving himself to become a nicer person.

    Oh, one thing that Love Marriage showed me is the tamed versions of the known villains in the Kdrama scene. Seeing Hyun Soo’s brother and the Cash King soften up uncovered their “hotness”. Hehehehe.

    May you be blessed Sarah! Looking forward to your recap of Episode 15.

     (0)


  7. ichi

    “Airhead meets Airhead!” that cracked me up! hahaha! if only getting along with a date is that easy i think there wouldn’t be any unhappy singles in the world!

    I’m voting for the creepy rich guy who wanted someone to love him not for his money but for who he is for Hwa Young–since he chose her in the first place. Though they don’t look like a good match but who knows hehehe

    Well then thanks for the recap….I’ll go find a handsome airhead too at least if we ever get married our children will have his looks and my brains! haha

     (0)


  8. Jennino95

    hah! maybe they can pair her up with her cousin (sung-ho)… :-S
    and whatever happened to that creepy cash king guy?

     (0)


  9. leo

    thank u so much . I really love this drama and all the character :x:x . And, excuse me , Does anyone know who is the script writer of this drama ? . The more I watch , the more I respect the script writer of Love marriage :x:x

     (0)


  10. 10 javabeans

    leo, the scriptwriter worked on Goong/Princess Hours.

     (0)


  11. 11 kbcharmaine

    Thanks….. so much for the fast recap!!!!!

     (0)


  12. 12 pabo ceo reom

    “Ross-n-Rachel-esque “We were on a break” vague territory”

    I swear if I had to go through that again……………………….. :P

     (0)


  13. 13 RSzeto

    Love & Marriage is truly coming to a close nicely, the other ‘couples’ development and how KH and HS are both changing and delevoping as a twosome as well as the nice touch where they show KH having an alone time to recharge herself. It is so true how sometimes when you are so enraptured with your partner that your mind is filled with him at the expense of everything else. So I thought the alone time was such a nice touch. I simply like the quirkiness of the characters and Kim Min Hee pulled that off to a T!! Thanks Javabeans for another great and insightful recap.

     (0)


  14. 14 mily2

    thank you dear.. love love love this eppie!!

     (0)


  15. 15 Priscila

    Thank you sooooo much for the recaps – as soon as I see the episodes are uploaded on My Aigoo, my anticipation for your recaps – always witty and fuuuuun as hell (not to mention you awsome screecaps) – goes through the roof!! Incredible job, as always!

    Also, this episode made me extra happy, not only because it was kyooooot, but also for the whole “I don’t want just to be someone else’s girl, I wanna be my own person, too” story line – and its brevity – and because it featured a Brazilian song!!! It played on the scene Hyun Soo and Kang Hyun meet before Hyun Soo’s “date”. As a Brazilian, It was a really cool moment for me! Aja, Brazilian music! XD

    :)

     (0)


  16. 16 yooboo

    Thanks for the summaries…to be honest reading your recaps sometimes is enough for me not to watch the series/episodes.Keep going…

     (0)


  17. 17 bree

    Such a cute and funny episode. Smiles all the way. I’m glad that Kang-hyun’s friends also noticed how the two are so formal with each other. But I guess it works for them. It’s kinda cute. Plus, honey and darling is so overrated. I also think Hwa-young will end up with the Cash King. The only thing they have in common is that they’re both rich and divorced. If not, Kang-hyun will figure something out.

     (0)


  18. 18 teokong

    Thanks for the recap. It’s great to see everyone is being paired up. Like everyone on this episode, hopefully cash king will pair up with HwaYoung and live happily everafter!

     (0)


  19. 19 eclipse

    Haha so I`m not the only one who thought the receptionist guy is handsome. Ever since i saw him taking KH`s pink bundle of things to HS office, mmm…this guy is cute,hehe…

    Aww…is it really have to end??I want more eps! I love KH-HS,they`re soo cute…

    As for Hwa Young,i don`t thing she match up with Cash King…but we`ll see…

     (0)


  20. 20 marz

    wow shocked to hear the writer was the one who wrote goong. gosh.
    that one dragged on but it had a good concept/story but yeah that aside. (i dont wanna hear bashing, i know many people loved that)

    anyways, thanks sarah! really really enjoy this drama.
    i love the way its played out and of course i love that its more straightforward
    but still giving cute, light, sweet moments.. :)
    hyun soo is just too cute.

    i love the when airhead met airhead comment.
    that was a hoot.
    i know L&M isnt exactly winning the ratings race
    but it sure does good for me overall.
    and a pleasant surprise too, plus most of all people are enjoying it.

     (0)


  21. 21 sugarpunch

    oh yeah, the very memorable ross-and-rachel we were on a break thing… haha, very amusing:0 I like that this ep is still light-hearted!

     (0)


  22. 22 Astralyz

    Thanks Javabeans for the recap..I am addicted to this drama now. Too bad it’s going to end..

    When I first watched this drama, It reminds me of one of my all time favorite K-Movies which released in 2002 from the same writer titled ROMANTIC COMEDY/PERFECT MATCH played by Jung Jun Hoo and Shin Eun Kyung in which the female lead also a matchmaker.
    At first I didn’t know it’s from the same writer but I was a bit surprise that the lead male character from both the movie and TV series had the same name Park Hyun Soo although the whole storyline between them were different so I guessed LM might be inspired by this movie back then. Later on from the internet I found out they were from the same writer In Eun Ah.

    I love LM and Perfect Match as it give me a very nice feeling when watching both of them..

     (0)


  23. 23 moumounelabaleine

    @bree – i have thought tha same thing that maybe Hwa-young will end up with Mr. Cash King. So i hope at the end, we will have a surprise, to find a better good looking HIM to present anew to Hwa-young. So everybody’s got a partner…just great !!!

     (0)


  24. 24 vrosemarie

    Haha, this episode is so cute! I mean, three couples get hooked up! The airhead couple pairing is hilarious… Your Love and Marriage recaps are a delight to read… I always end up smiling by the time I’m finished reading it… Thanks! (especially when I have a lab exam tommorow. Boo…)

     (0)


  25. 25 yen_nguyen

    The story is really cool, I do like it. However, Kang Hyun’s clothes and hair style bother me a lot, I know i’m silly telling that but sometimes I feel like I can’t stand them any more.
    Thank you for your recap, I do like your comments, too!

     (0)


  26. 26 stace

    haha i love the beginning of ep 14 when they start calling each other different names. so adorable! (:

     (0)


  27. 27 Vi

    oh thanks you ^^
    it’s a really sweet drama ! I just love it !

     (0)


  28. 28 skye

    “when airhead meets airhead” ROFL
    remember that prosecutor Park guy, hyun soo’s classmate, who’s bitter toward him. i think he has a niche for hwa young. (epi 12)
    really enjoyed your recap. thanks!

     (0)


  29. 29 nixxochick

    ahhhhrg i feel so bad writing this :( especially after reading what others are saying about the drama

    but “Love & Marriage” is my “My Sweet Seoul”…I really want to like it, I watch every episode hoping that it’ll capture my attention but it just doesn’t.
    Its a cute drama but it just doesn’t do it for me and I hate that it doesn’t cause I don’t like being the only person who thinks this way..not that its bad but I feel weird not liking something that everyone seems to enjoy sooo much

     (0)


  30. 30 JJ

    Thank you!

    it’s sooo cute when she is hiding in the plants and she is totally visible… lol and he sees her but thinks he is seeing things (her) so he rubs his eyes and opens em and sees her so happily and starts running toward her all excited. and she is trying to hide her face. FREAKIN CUTE!

    ep 15 is cute too. more new coupes hahaha

     (0)


  31. 31 sweetmochi

    i’d have to say this was one of my favorite episodes just because of the cute moments like when hyun soo come out of the restaurant holding her purse and he’s obviously a little ruffled about the fact that she was talking to kyung hwan. hee hee too cute.

     (0)


  32. 32 Oil

    I Love This Story….

     (0)


  33. 33 Oil

    To day My Birth Day But Every Body Thay are Forget me ,So sad.!!!!! about Specially my sweetheart .I’m cry…..

     (0)


  34. 34 lauren

    Awww @ 33
    I know it’s WAY past your birthday but happy birthday!! :)
    I also want to say I admire Kang Hyun’s character because I know a few people where all they thought about was their sweetheart and forgot about the other important people in their lives and never took time for themselves because they were too in love, and eventually leading to strained relationships etc etc. Kang Hyun is good :)

     (0)


  35. 35 Kaye

    I love Hyun-Soo’s expression (coupled with the background song) when Kang-Hyun told him that her parents wouldn’t be home until the following morning. :D

     (0)


Add a Comment

Name (required)

Mail (will not be published)

Website

 characters available. Comments will be truncated at the word limit.