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Wish Upon a Star: Episode 12

(Awwww. And look at the little-boy slippers next to the grown-up ones!)

A very good episode for Pal-gang, I thought. Is it strange to feel proud of fictional characters for making mature decisions and being levelheaded? That sounds like it ought to be boring stuff, but on the contrary, it’s really satisfying to watch her grow and actually be the voice of sense.

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EPISODE 12 RECAP

As Kang-ha leans in to kiss Pal-gang, she cringes in shock and bursts out nervously, “What are you doing?!”

Kang-ha stops and pulls away sharply. He grumbles/roars (groars?) in frustration, angry with himself for this lapse of judgment. He staggers in the house to his room, where he stews in self-loathing.

Unable to sleep, Pal-gang heads to the kitchen to get some housework done, where she runs into Jun-ha. She explains that working is the best way to settle an uneasy mind.

Jun-ha asks why her mind would be troubled, and she hedges, not feeling comfortable sharing. He prods her — aren’t they secret-sharing buddies? — so she lies that it’s work-related. Jun-ha knows there’s something more, so he requests, “Don’t keep secrets from me. It discourages the person trying to come closer.”

In the morning, Kang-ha acts normal — well, normal for himself, which is stiff and cool. Saying that he drank too much last night, he asks Pal-gang if they had met in front of the house. Seeing that he doesn’t recall their almost-kiss, she answers no — they didn’t meet.

It’s the answer that is most comfortable for both, but Kang-ha is uncharacteristically upset by it. It makes him so angry as he drives that he has to pull over with a sudden dangerous swerve.

Kang-ha’s mother finds him at the office again, berating him for being so rude as to hang up on her. She promises that this is really the last time she’ll ask for his help, which is probably what she said the last time.

Kang-ha ignores her and walks on by, but his mother calls after him in a veiled threat, “Lawyer Won, we’ll be seeing each other frequently.”

Jae-young asks Chairman Jung for help marrying Kang-ha. She’s embarrassed to resort to begging for Grandpa’s interference, but she has only ever loved Kang-ha and doesn’t want to lose him. The chairman holds sway over Kang-ha, and surely he could talk on her behalf.

The chairman feels that this is a matter best left for the two to figure out on their own, but gives it a try for his granddaughter’s sake. Calling Kang-ha in for a chat, he asks how he feels about Jae-young, suggesting that they’d be a good match and wondering if he could be persuaded to agree. Kang-ha is polite but firm: He’s sorry, but he’s never seen Jae-young as a woman.

After being assured by Kang-ha that the wage garnishment would leave her with minimum living expenses, she anxiously checks her bank account to see how much she has been allotted. She half-expects there to be nothing, so it’s shocking to see the full amount: 1,649,574 won, or about $1,400. Pal-gang protests that this isn’t right — it’s too much. Something’s wrong.

Jang-soo diverts their attention with something even more interesting. He had looked into Pal-gang’s parents’ car accident and found something curious. Although the accident wasn’t caught on CCTV, footage does show that the car was being tailed by a truck. Jang-soo doesn’t think it’s as simple as a hit and run — considering that this accident happened in a location where there were no CCTV cameras, there may be more behind it.

Meeting with her creditor, Pal-gang finds out that her wage garnishment has been canceled. Since the creditor promised Kang-ha not to say anything about his role in this, the man has no problems making himself sound heroic, explaining that he pulled some strings at his office. After seeing Pal-gang caring for a baby, he felt moved by sympathy — after all, is he not also human, with warm human emotions? Therefore, he told his office that this was not right, that she was trustworthy enough to pay back her card debt reliably if they but gave her the chance.

Moved, she jumps to her feet and bows in gratitude, thanking him with tears in her eyes: “I won’t forget this for the rest of my life!”

On her walk back, she’s filled with new energy and vows to herself, “You’ve got to do well, Jin Pal-gang. With everyone helping you like this, you’ve got to keep a clear head and do a good job.”

But of course, Murphy’s Law dictates that just as her future brightens, she must be hit with a big obstacle. An angry policyholder calls her, outraged at the company’s response following the death of his wife. The company says that the signature on the policy does not belong to the (deceased) policyholder, and therefore they refuse to pay out the life insurance. Pal-gang apologizes earnestly and promises to look into it, but the man is not appeased. He warns that he has been badly misused and will take this to court.

In a dither, Pal-gang bursts into Kang-ha’s office. (He gripes, “Has it become a habit for you to burst in like this?”) Pal-gang gets right to the point: The company paid for the patient’s hospitalization, but because the patient’s handwriting wasn’t on the contract, they won’t pay the life insurance. How can they pay one but not the other?

Kang-ha answers that the first scenario doesn’t require an investigation of the signature. He asks sharply who it was that signed the contract if not the claimant. With trepidation, Pal-gang answers that she did. But there was good reason for it — the deceased client had hurt her hand, so she had held the patient’s hand and helped sign the form.

Jun-ha starts to speak up, but Kang-ha (already feeling short-tempered in matters relating to Pal-gang) barks at him to butt out. He says that Pal-gang should have known better, and that such a signature wouldn’t hold up legally. Pal-gang swears that she’s telling the truth, that the client had signed — what was she supposed to do in that situation when the signer had hurt her hand? Kang-ha fires back that she shouldn’t have made the contract, or waited until the client could sign.

He says coldly, “You feel like you’re doing this all for the client’s benefit, don’t you? Coming to the company lawyer and demanding the impossible — it’s all for the client, right? Don’t mistake the matter — one small mistake on your part can yield a cruel result for the client. Now leave.”

Jun-ha consoles her, offering to look into possible alternatives. But dully, she replies that Kang-ha is right: “I’m always doing this. He’s right that I don’t think from the client’s perspective. I was just thinking of my record. I did briefly think that a problem might arise because it was a big insurance policy, but I ignored it. The client asked whether it would be better to wait until her hand healed to sign, but I insisted. I said it would be no problem, that I would take care of it.”

With self-recrimination, she remembers that she had been thinking of going to the hair salon afterward to give herself a nice hairdo, like the one worn by the woman Kang-ha was with.

Jun-ha eyes her sympathetically, saying, “The problem is my brother, then.” She says, “No. The problem was always me.”

Chairman Jung tells Jae-young that he had spoken with Kang-ha, but doesn’t have the news she was hoping for. He tells her philosophically that it isn’t meant to be, and that she should let go. Jae-young protests, “But I can’t let him go.” She doesn’t even know how to turn her affections to someone else, having only loved Kang-ha for so long.

Tae-kyu had told Pal-gang that he will gather his friends for another policy pitch session, and he calls her to the bar that evening. Kang-ha sits alone in silence when, suddenly, a glass of water is thrown into his face.

It’s Jae-young, angry that her grandfather was placed in the demeaning position of becoming her emissary. For some reason, in Jae-young’s mind this justifies taking it out on Kang-ha rather than herself. Even Kang-ha has to give an incredulous laugh — why’d she make that happen, then?

She insists, “Because I can’t be without you! Did you have to go that far and be that cruel? You had to say that you wouldn’t want me even if we were the last two on earth? You couldn’t just say you’d think about it?”

Kang-ha replies, “I didn’t want to say that to him. I can’t lie to an elder who cares for me.”

Kang-ha leaves the bar, but Jae-young doesn’t know when to quit and follows him up, ignoring Jun-ha’s attempts to hold her back. She’s so persistent that she pushes Kang-ha into shouting, “Stop it!”

Kang-ha: “No matter how much you act like this, I won’t change.”
Jae-young: “What do I have to do?”
Kang-ha: “There’s nothing you can do. No matter what you do, I can’t make myself love you! Do you know why? Because I don’t have a heart. So please don’t just waste time. I’m saying this for your benefit, since I think of you as a sister.”
Jae-young: “Should I die? Should I take pills and die? Then will you change?”
Kang-ha: “Don’t mess around with a valuable life. Not for a man like me.”

Kang-ha walks away, and Jae-young calls after his retreating back — fine, she won’t make demands of him, so can’t he just stay with her? Jae-young slumps to the ground: “It’s okay if I’m just your sister, if I’m not a woman to you.” She doesn’t want to live without him.

Jae-young seeks comfort from Jun-ha, who holds her as she cries. She asks him sadly to do something about Kang-ha, because “I feel like dying.”

Jun-ha answers, “I’m in the middle of trying. I’m trying to do everything I can for you.”

Pal-gang had turned the corner (on her way to meet Tae-kyu’s friends) in time to catch the end of the Jae-young’s exchange with Kang-ha, and now watches Jun-ha holding her.

Jun-ha’s admission explains Episode 11, and thankfully, Pal-gang has now seen him with Jae-young. (I’m hoping this means she won’t harbor any confusion about his feelings in the future, despite his nice words. Her reaction suggests that she feels hurt — not because Jun-ha likes another woman, but because she feels used.)

At home, Tae-kyu scolds Pal-gang for not coming to meet his friends. She’s feeling conflicted and confused, and tries to answer him calmly. However, he continues to complain, not noticing her mood, and she loses her patience, raising her voice: “Woo Tae-kyu! Stop it.” First off, stop calling her “jagi” — she’s not his girlfriend, and she’s told him that over and over again. “I’m not your toy!”

Tae-kyu is taken aback at her sudden outburst, and says he’s never seen her as a toy.

Pal-gang tells Tae-kyu that his treatment of her is insulting to her, just as Kang-ha walks up the pathway outside toward the front door. As he approaches, he can hear the raised voices just inside as Pal-gang asserts, “I’m not someone you can just treat carelessly. I’m a person too!”

Poor Tae-kyu, who has been caught in her anger without any warning. Bewildered, he asks, “When did I not see you as a person?” Pal-gang warns, “Don’t use me in your emotional sport.” Tae-kyu slips and calls her “jagi” again, so she returns, “I said don’t call me ‘jagi’! At the end of a month, I’m going to leave this house if it kills me. So please don’t grab onto me, and just leave me alone! No matter what, I’m going to take my siblings and leave!”

Kang-ha doesn’t realize Jun-ha is standing there, also overhearing this exchange, until he turns and comes face to face with him. In the wake of Pal-gang’s hurt outburst, he tells Jun-ha, “I’m warning you. Just leave that woman alone.” Jun-ha challenges, “And if I don’t want to?” Kang-ha replies, “You heard her. Even if she appears dumb, she knows everything worth knowing. And she’s moving out in a month. So until then, don’t do a thing to her.”

Jun-ha answers, “She may leave this house, but I won’t let her leave alone with her siblings.” This provokes Kang-ha’s anger, and he grabs Jun-ha’s shirt: “Do you think I don’t know why you’re doing this?” The implication is that it’s because of Kang-ha, and Jun-ha admits that at first it did have something to do with Kang-ha. However, now it’s turning into something of its own.

Even if Tae-kyu has never meant anything harmful, Pal-gang’s words have a ring of truth, and he asks Jun-ha if the way he treats her might make her feel bad. Could it look like he’s just playing around?

Jun-ha: “Do you know what the most loving way to treat the person who doesn’t love you? Not loving them either.”

In a friendly tone, Jun-ha asks Pal-gang to join him for coffee. However, she is feeling tired from the night’s events and answers in a cool, detached voice, thanking him for taking her side and helping her: “There are many things I’m grateful enough to cry about. I may be thankful to tears, but I can’t be your source of amusement.”

Jun-ha turns more serious as he says, “I’ve had a lot of girlfriends. Because I couldn’t be harsh, I couldn’t reject the women who approached me. But I’ve never approached a woman first.” Perhaps he thinks this will make him more believable, but Pal-gang is skeptical: “Why do you have to go that far for a nobody like me? Why would you? Don’t you think it’s strange? I don’t have enough time to spend stopping such odd behavior. I’m so busy with the work that I love that I don’t have the chance to worry about other things. So please seek out someone who does have the time.”

This is a clear rebuff, but Jun-ha isn’t going to give up. He just answers, “I’ll need a lot of time, then. I can’t be harsh, but I’m patient.”

Pal-gang takes out the trash, and sees Kang-ha sitting outside in the cold. She tells him to go inside and passes by, whereupon he grabs her wrist. She flinches, as though bracing herself for his words.

Kang-ha tells her, “I’m sorry. For last night’s mistake, and acting like I didn’t remember.” She replies, “What’s the big deal about that? I know that last night I was nothing more to you than a girl sitting next to you in a room salon. So don’t worry about it.”

He insists, “I may be mean but I’m not that bad!”

This is the first time I felt that Pal-gang may be starting to feel for Kang-ha as well, because she looks back at him and answers, “You’re making a mistake. You should have just pretended you didn’t remember.” (It’s as though she would have felt better — more able to leave in a month, as she reminds herself she’ll have to do — if she could ignore the moment and think that he doesn’t care for her at all.)

As she continues on her way, Kang-ha bursts out, “It bothers me. It just… keeps bothering me. Because of you, I keep feeling bothered.” While this isn’t the same thing as a confession of feelings, it’s the first step — the word used (“bothering”) refers to a preoccupation with thoughts you can’t get rid of, or a feeling of uncomfortable awareness.

However, Pal-gang chooses to deliberately misunderstand the usage of “bother” and addresses him politely: “I guess so. You have a strange housemaid like me, so it’s natural that you would feel bothered. Just for a month — no, there’s not even a month left — please put up with me, even if I get on your nerves.”

Aww… I’m simultaneously proud of Pal-gang and sorry for Kang-ha — it’s the first time he extends a hand, and it’s rejected. But we get another sign that she doesn’t actually mean her words fully, because once she’s out of sight, Pal-gang lets tears fall.

Tae-kyu approaches hesitantly, this time addressing her by the more appropriate “Pal-gang-sshi.” She tells him to call her noona instead, and apologizes for getting angry at him — she was upset with something else and had taken in out on him.

Tae-kyu tells her what Jun-ha had said about not loving one who doesn’t love you back: “But I don’t think I can do that. I wanted to tell you that.”

While Kang-ha broods alone, Pa-rang sleepwalks into the room. It’s adorable how he remains asleep and heads right for the bed, and this time Kang-ha pulls back the covers to allow Pa-rang to climb into bed.

Patting Pa-rang on the head, Kang-ha wonders, “What kind of people were your parents? If I was born to parents like yours, I wouldn’t be like this now, would I?”

Kang-ha covers him with the blanket, then lies down on his side, facing the boy. He adds, “If I showed my feelings, I was always hit. So after a certain point, I couldn’t show them anymore.”

True to her threat, Kang-ha’s mother is once again in the lobby waiting for Kang-ha the next morning. She notes that he’s stronger than his father, who would always cave immediately whenever she threatened to come by to the office. Seeing that her methods aren’t working, she manages to break through Kang-ha’s stoic demeanor by asking, “Doesn’t your brother work here too?”

He grabs her arm, asking if she really wants to see her only son dying. Airily, Mom answers that she understands business well enough to know that she’d better not mess with his Achilles heel. Still, a person can become awfully unpredictable when backed into a corner: “Don’t put your mother into that position.”

Next, Kang-ha’s mother breezes into the office of Min-kyung, and it’s clear they’re very familiar with each other. In fact, Kang-ha’s mother had once taken in Min-kyung, although the latter had to do the laundry and menial chores to earn her keep. (This makes me think they were both bar hostesses or some such.)

They both harbor a mutual disdain for the other woman, which manifests in the form of passive-aggressive barbs at each other. I swear, it’s like Smug and Smugger with these two. When Kang-ha’s mother threatens to go around to all of Min-kyung’s usual haunts to chat about her past (a veiled attempt to extort some cash, perhaps), Min-kyung replies that everyone already knows about her. It’s a nice aspect about living with your past in the open — there’s no reason to feel nervous.

Jae-young walks in and recognizes the woman, following her out to ask why she came looking for Kang-ha. Min-kyung leads her daughter away, but Jae-young keeps pestering her mother about the woman until the latter finally says, “She’s Kang-ha’s birth mother, okay? Do you know why I hate Kang-ha so much? It’s because he’s the son of a woman like her.”

Chairman Jung had heard from Pal-gang about her client’s problem, and now makes the executive order to settle the case. He tells Kang-ha to pay out the policy because the company’s employee made the mistake. Therefore, the company should take responsibility.

Pal-gang remains unaware of this and busily works at the funeral wake, doing the only thing she can think of to help. The widower is still furious and orders her to leave because he doesn’t even want to see her face. However, his mood changes when he answers a phone call informing him about the insurance company’s decision. He hangs up and asks Pal-gang what she had told her company, because they’ve agreed to pay the policy without additional investigation.

Ecstatic, Pal-gang bursts into Kang-ha’s office (he mutters, “This really is a habit now”) and thanks him.

He informs her that he had nothing to do with it — a higher-up made the decision and he was just following instructions. Pal-gang doesn’t buy it, saying he’s just being humble, and thanks him anyway.

Kang-ha repeats that he didn’t do anything, but Pal-gang is undaunted (no doubt used to his brusque ways). She leaves the office in a giddy mood, chuckling to herself.

Jun-ha catches her in the hallway and comments that she must have good news. Pal-gang’s smile fades and she avoids his eye as she tells him the case worked out.

Jun-ha notices her avoidance and asks why. Pal-gang responds, “It’s because I think of the lawyer, you, and Tae-kyu only as my employers.”

Suspicious, Jun-ha asks his brother if he took care of Pal-gang’s client — does he want to be some benevelent Daddy Long Legs figure? That’s not really his thing, and he should refrain from such acts in the future.

Kang-ha: “And if I can’t? If I don’t want to?”
Jun-ha: “What are you doing?”
Kang-ha: “What do you think?”
Jun-ha: “Has your competitive spirit come out again? Have you been provoked into playing the game of who will win over the lovely girl first? But Jin Pal-gang isn’t enough of a great catch to inspire you to feel competitive. I’m not interested in playing a game, so back off this time.”
Kang-ha: “You said yourself that this was the first time you’ve seen me speaking so much because of a woman, or getting angry.”
Jun-ha: “So?”
Kang-ha: “I wondered why I was like that. I want to find out the reason for it — so why don’t you back off?”
Jun-ha: “You have Jae-young, who loves you to death.”
Kang-ha: “Then she’ll need your comfort.”
Jun-ha: “Wake up.”
Kang-ha: “I think you’re the one who needs to wake up. Think carefully why you’ve turned your attention to Jin Pal-gang.”

Eun-mal and Jin-ju come by the house, and Eun-mal teaches Pal-gang how to make kimchi, which is a big hit with everyone. When Eun-mal goes to use the bathroom, she runs right into Grandpa Jung — and she, unlike Pal-gang, immediately recognizes him as the chairman of JK.

He speaks with her in private to ask her to cooperate (i.e., keep his identity a secret). He’s watching over Pal-gang to make sure she’s getting along okay. When she and Jin-ju leave the house, Eun-mal says that Pal-gang will be fine now (though she can’t explain why to Jin-ju).

That evening, Pal-gang prepares a lavish dinner spread, wanting to thank Kang-ha for helping with her insurance case. After sitting down and being served, the family digs in. Seeing that Pal-gang is still standing, he invites her to sit down. She declines politely, saying that it’s about time for Nam to wake. Kang-ha suggests that if she leaves the door to her room open, they’ll be able to hear when he wakes.

This is much more solicitious than he has been in the past, and Cho-rok asks her sister, “Doesn’t he seem a little strange today?” No-rang replies (loyal to the last!) that Jun-ha must have rubbed off on him.

That evening, Pal-gang brings Kang-ha his tea (and is proud of herself for knocking for once). Hesitantly, she asks if she can change the bedsheets now because she’d forgotten earlier. With uncharacteristic politeness, he tells her to go ahead. As she works, Kang-ha watches with a curious expression on his face, although he turns away quickly when she faces him.

Pal-gang bids him good night, but Kang-ha stops her by mentioning her contract, which gives her a month to stay in this house. Kang-ha proposes, “I’d like to extend the duration of the contract. Would that be possible?”

 
COMMENTS

As I said, I felt proud of Pal-gang for sticking to her professionalism. She’s being approached by Tae-kyu, then Jun-ha, and now even Kang-ha and her life is difficult enough without all of these complications. In order devote herself to motherhood, she has to stick to the lines she’s drawn, and they keep stepping over them and smudging them without a care for her feelings, as she points out to Tae-kyu. I like that she is firm with Jun-ha even though he seems to be the worst offender in disregarding her feelings. (Tae-kyu can be inconsiderate, but he’s harmless and Pal-gang recognizes that. Jun-ha is more of a danger, because he knows exactly what he’s doing and is smart and manipulative.)

I don’t know if Pal-gang has feelings for Kang-ha yet, because it could just be that she’s exhausted from all this emotional toying. It’s probably easier for her to lump all three men together and to consider their so-called affections as either false or fleeting, rather than trying to deal with each difficult man one by one. But her reaction after brushing Kang-ha off suggests that he affects her more than the other two.

I’m okay with Pal-gang not knowing for sure, because neither does Kang-ha, and I appreciate that he doesn’t jump to conclusions and decide he must be in love with Pal-gang. Instead, he’s feeling his way around his emotional reactions, and he tells Jun-ha that he’s trying to figure out the reason for his response to Pal-gang. He has a clue, but he’s testing things out carefully.

Kang-ha’s moment with sleepwalking Pa-rang confirms that he feels a connection to the boy, and I wonder if Kang-ha sees himself in Pa-rang. He wonders wistfully if he could have turned out like Pa-rang with loving parents, but conversely, I think he also wants to prevent Pa-rang from turning into himself.

As for Jun-ha….

I think some will disagree with this, but I actually think that in light of this episode, Shin Dong-wook has been doing a very good job keeping tabs on what his character should feel and convey, which are not always the same thing. Episode 11 had us all confused about his motivations, but I think we were supposed to wonder until this episode cleared things up.

Example: We all felt Jun-ha was being shifty and scheming in Episode 11, because his dialogue was delivered with that faux-sincerity that made us wonder what his real deal was. If he was supposed to be sincere, I think he would have acted it a much different way, rather than deliberately evasive and suspicious. Even when he told Kang-ha that he’s for real — and said so fervently — his little side smirks to himself told us that he wasn’t quite on the level.

THEN, in the scene with Jae-young in this episode, those ambiguities fell away and all of a sudden he seemed sincere; I immediately believed that THIS is the real Jun-ha. Perhaps your interpretation will be different, but his acting showed such a stark contrast in that scene that it left me no doubts.

I think Jun-ha is an inherently nice guy, but right now Jae-young is his Number 1. Therefore, if he hurts other people, that’s regrettable but not going to stop him from doing what he can to make her happy. So I interpret Jun-ha’s actions to mean that he is trying to woo Pal-gang to keep her out of Kang-ha’s way, and if he can prevent those two from bonding, Jae-young has a better shot at realizing her love. (If Tae-kyu won Pal-gang, that would have suited him fine, too, but once that fizzled, he had to make sure to keep Pal-gang wrapped up with someone else. Hence his advances.)

However, I do suspect Jun-ha will fall victim to his own machinations — a sort of Dangerous Liaisons twist.

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I wonder why Kang Ha despises Jae Young so much. There must be a deeper reason; something rooted from his past, perhaps? "I don't have a heart" is obviously not the real reason.

And WTG, Pal Gang! I've never said this before but here goes... Fighting! :D

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thank you JB for the recap.
i really love this series.

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I agree with JB that the scene with Jun Ha and Jea Young outside the club/bar solidifies what's been implied that Jea Young is someone important to Jun Ha. But later when he told Tae Kyu -- the best thing to do for someone you love who does not love you back is to stop loving them -- it made me think that he was also talking about himself with regards to how he felt about Jae Young. His feelings towards her are changing and I think because his brother is causing Jae Young's pain he feels responsible for her still.

I will probably be proven wrong, but I think Jun Ha's behavior towards Pal-gan is noble in a twisted kind of way. Almost like a "pick me I'm the better brother, if you pick me you won't suffer like Jae Young is suffering."

Any way the plot continues to thicken and confuse with the introduction of the Mother and the hint that Kang Ha is protecting Jun Ha from a dark secret. It will be interesting to watch how all these conflicts get resolved.

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The make up of the women in this show has gotten progressively worse.
If they introduce another female character I imagine she will look like a zombie.
Ooops, excuse me. They just did that.

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Kudos, JB for the great recap/comments! I agree with you on Shin Dong-wook...he is doing a great job in putting his character out there! I loved him in Soulmate and feel this time around....the opposite personality is sure showing what a versatile actor he is and what he can portray. Although as Jun-ha he sure turns me off!!!!

I love the way the emotional/psychological story line is being presented through Pal-gang and Kang-ha....it's showing that Pal-gang is "smarter" than she seems and Kang-ha is "warmer" than that cold, steel glare he presents. When a person begins to think about their own actions/re-actions....you know something is happening. His feelings towards Jae-young is not something that happened over night....so she needs to really get her blinders up to see what the truth is all about.

I feel that when Kang-ha opens up he will be a very lovable person and that extending the contract gives him time to understand himself. The emotion he is experiencing with Pal-gang is totally "alien" and I think he deserves the chance to understand himself.

The sweet sleep walker is the key to the door.....aaahhhhh I am looking forward to the rest of the episodes and I know it's gonna be fun and exciting right to the end!

Maybe even grandpa might end up being the connecting link to a happy ending for Kang-ha and Pal-gang and the children! :-)

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As much as I love the Pal-gang and Kang-ha pairing, I agree with langdon813 and others who think that Kang-ha and Pa-rang are the OTP in this drama:)

I concede that Kim Ji-hoon is not the strongest actor in kdramaland, but he made me tear up when he pulled back the blanket to let the sleep-walking Pa-rang into his bed. And the gentle way he stroked Pa-rang's head made me cry.

LOVE how this drama is progressing! And to think I originally gave up after the first episode, until javabeans' fabulous recaps pulled me back in! I'm so grateful.

Now this may be waaay off base, but for some reason I get the niggling feeling that Jae-young and Kang-ha may be blood-related. (When his mother asked Kang-ha whether his dongsaeng also worked at the company, did she specify male or female dongsaeng?) Kang-ha is so darn adamant about the fact that he would never see Jae-young as a woman without ever giving a reason (not that we, the viewers, are blind to her mean and needy character).

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I thought the same about Kang-ha and Jae-young, and if the secret he does not want his younger brother to know is that Jae-young is their sister or if they have different fathers, that they are not brothers by blood at all.

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@51 Snikki

I'm not sure if he despises her (maybe dislike instead?), but he does despise what she is trying to do and he acts mean so there would be no room for misunderstanding. I wouldn't be surprised if part of it is because Jaeyoung is a bit like his mother. She would throw anything away to be with a man. Her happiness will only come in the form of a man. She is so needy, even if she seems independent with her cushy job and all. In contrast, Pal-Gang doesn't really make demands on him. She mostly asks for his help. And if he doesn't give it, she backs off and tries to find other ways to help herself. So he's going to kick her out of the house? She'll find a hostess job. So he's not going to help her with that signature mistake? She'll study the laws herself. And her happiness comes from taking care of her siblings and from her successes at work.

@56 birdscout
i also have that feeling. It's not because of the dongsaeng question...but i wouldn't be surprised if Jaeyoung's got pregnant by KangHa's dad and knowing that KangHa's dad won't marry her, convinced Jaeyoung's dad it was his kid and that he needed to marry her. That would be the sort of thing JY's mother would do and her dad is such a moron. But a part of me also thinks that if that was the case, why would KangHa let Jaeyoung go on liking him for years when "um, getting together with you is incest" would do the trick in dampening her feelings.

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"But of course, Murphy’s Law dictates that just as her future brightens, she must be hit with a big obstacle."

I would say it's K-Drama law.*grins*

Wow, quite a lot of speculation about birth going on in here! I've been quite proud of Pal-gang for a few episodes now, and I totally love how she puts her family before herself while still retaining the crazy aspects of her extroverted character. She truly is maturing and like you JB, I'm quite proud of her too.

Jae-Young should really give up. She's the headmistress of psycho stalkers. I think she's a little too much, even for a second lead.

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ok, JB! you helped clear my mind A LOT with this synopsis. for ep 11 and 12 I kept thinking about Jun Ha," what in the world is up with this guy?" he kept insisting that he was serious about palgang but yet his actions state otherwise. He seems a little undecided because in front of the 2 different women, he acts sincerely. So my interpretation would be that because he has the inability to say no to women, maybe that would lead to indecisiveness. so could it be that he was falling in love with pal gang, but yet keeping his love for Jae young? (leaning towards jaeyoung a little, of course)

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I don't want to misjudge KH's mother but I am feeling she is not that bad. I mean true she is doing everything for money. she is not strong towards money but she is a mother and i really want to give her the benefits of doubt that she actually love her son and did leave him for another reason. Maybe she was a bar hostess that why her fashion is kind of strange. and we can teh difference betwee JY mother and KH mother. How it change to leave in rich or poor environment. I mean JY mother is more wealthy so she looks more fashionable. and KH mother seems she is digging for some money

the scene with Pa rang sleepwalking is really cute
love how the story goes on and really hope that they won t give us a final episode with all the secret and problem resolve.

THANK JB for your recaps. it clarify some stuff i didn t understand while watching

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Wish Upon A Star is still growing strong and doesn't seem to slow down. This is awesome. Thank you JB for a marvelous recap.

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Thank you, Javabeans! Like everyone else, this episode was so good, I couldn't wait for the recaps!

I'm so proud of Pal-gang! She's smart enough to realize what's going on and strong enough to speak up for herself. And I love that it's Kang-ha who the first to give her credit for being smart enough to figure things out. (Pal-gang is reading law books at bedtime. That's not an easy read. Turns out our girl isn't stupid at all!)

You have to give Kang-ha a lot of credit too. Out of all three men, he's the only one who really is trying to see things from Pal-gang's position. He has far less to feel bad about in comparison with the other two, but he's the only one that offers her an apology. He clearly doesn't want her to think that he's using her too, so he gives her the only thing he can: his honesty.

During the scene by the stairs, the only thing he wants from her is for her to understand is that he's not playing around with her and that, whatever it is he's feeling for her, it's genuine. But for Pal-gang, a lie would be easier to live with than the truth.... because she's beginning to feel something for him as well, as we saw when she went to put his jacket away and how, after the near kiss, she has trouble dismissing it and focusing on her studies like she could when it was something Tae-kyu or Jun-ha did.

I think Pal-gang already knows that Kang-ha's emotions are genuine, because she can't seem to help responding to them.... not because of her crush from before, but because of their current relationship. She already respects his opinion, trusts his judgement and is comfortable enough around him to speak her mind. It's not love necessarily, but it's a good start in that direction.

@ 56 birdscout

"Now this may be waaay off base, but for some reason I get the niggling feeling that Jae-young and Kang-ha may be blood-related."

Oh man! Me too! Though I'm still trying to work out how. (My theories keep on getting more and more unlikely.) I don't think Jae-young and Jun-ha are related or Kang-ha wouldn't be encouraging his brother to date her (or at least admit to his feelings) like he has all series. It also might explain why Kang-ha didn't feel worthy enough to know the Grandfather's dream. It's already been established that he hates lying to his elders. If he's keeping Jae-young's true parentage a secret, then, in his mind, he doing something unforgivable. Even if he has no choice.

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Oh, nearly forgot to mention...

I agree that Jun-ha is pursuing Pal-gang for Jae-young’s sake and that he probably will wind up falling for Pal-gang for real. But only because she has rejected him.

I think Jun-ha's childhood was just as unhappy as Kang-ha's, but he got twisted in a different way. While Kang-ha survived by becoming pure ice & by believing himself incapable of love, Jun-ha seems to be recreating patterns again and again where he's suffering from unrequited love. The moment the girl actually becomes interested in him (like his ex), he doesn't want anything to do with her.

And can we take a moment to appreciate just how many things are wrong with his "don't love them either" advice to Tae-kyu? First, as Jun-ha proves, you don't really stop loving them, you just repress things until your outlook becomes twisted. Second, he has yet to apply that advice to Jae-young! Isn't she a prime candidate for that?! Even Jun-ha's idea of what it means to love someone is totally messed up. Good for Tae-kyu for recognizing the advice for being impossible to actually do!

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Great recaps, as always. Thank you! And particularly thank you for the language clarifications (eg the connotations of "bother"), which add so much to the understanding of character and storyline.

I hadn't put much effort into thinking about Jae Young and possible parentage issues, b/c I just find her so loathsome. But seemingly there is something to hide about Jun Ha, so maybe about Jae Young, too. Sigh. I'm not so into the birth secret trope.

But I do agree with Quaggy, that you have to admire Kang Ha for his insistence on honesty, and I like that explanation of the scene on the stairs... he needs her to understand that he is being honest (conflicted maybe, but honest about the conflictedness), and she would have found the lie more comfortable b/c it would have made leaving at the end of the month easier.

Why is Jae Young so obsessed with Kang Ha? I think he's been remarkably patient with it until now. This is the first time he's raised his voice. I think he addressed his unwillingness to return her (freaky) affections a couple of episodes ago when he said that she didn't love him, he was just something she wanted to achieve. He's been a pawn in other people's calculated plans before--the way his mother sold him to his father, for example--and he has no doubt learned to gauge carefully the emotions of those around him b/c they could be dangerous to him, even while not showing his own emotions (b/c that was clearly dangerous to him, as he was beaten when he did). There's no sincerity in Jae Young's feelings for him, except in their single-mindedness... she doesn't care for him, as a person, and doesn't want what's best for him, and she clearly doesn't care for anyone else around her. He's cold, but his honesty and principles demand that he is scrupulously fair, which is why he is comfortable with law--the rules are all laid out and all you have to do is follow them. He's not going to be lured into a relationship based on her false emotions just so she, vile creature that she is, can get something she wants just 'cause she wants it. And he's certainly not going to fall for that bizarre and completely unwarranted I'll kill myself routine. Wow, some bad parenting has been going on there; she's arrogant, obsessive, selfish, and has no self-esteem, nor does she have any inner resources for dealing with disappointment.

What Pa Rang (oh how I love him!) has done, has shown Kang Ha that it's possible to love simply and undemandingly... just to love b/c the object of love is worthy. And what Pal Gang has done is shown him that she too can be honest and fair and clear-headed, and (bonus!) put the well-being and interests of others first. Who else around him has ever done that, except maybe Grandpa (in some ways)?

I thought, in the water-in-the-face scene, that she is not angry on behalf of Grandpa who had to lower himself to ask (she asked him to do so, after all!) but angry that he failed. I can't imagine that she cares about Grandpa any more than she cares about anyone else--he was just one more tool she tried to use to further her own ends--but she figured he was the trump card and he wasn't. How I loathe that woman. Too much to ask that she get written out soon, I know, but I can still hope.

Oh, I really should be working right now.

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I totally loved this episode!! So much happened and all of them were great! thank you so much for the recap, I love it!

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Thanks for the recap JB :)

Wowww, new theories here about JY and KH relationship...sister and brother !?!
Well, maybe that was the reason why they showed JY after harshley rejected by KH...pleading "Let me be your sister...?" ;)

The blood-relationship of JH and KangHa starts to confusing me again...

With Ep.12 I thought...KangHa's mother is also JunHas mother and they kept it as a secret from JH, so JH is dead /killed child they mentioned, the child she killed literally.
And in the preview JY is going to blackmail KH with this info....!???!

Well even if so, I think KH will not fall into this trap, he is/should be to smart for this.

But what I found very interesting with this blackmailing stuff. What will JH reaction to be, when he finds out about JY using him as a thread against his brother.
Will he still lovie her then ? Will he forgive her...? I hope not.

Regarding the first pic with PaRang and KangHa in the bed, its my favourite scene, too. I like KJH in this drama as KH a lot. I didn't think before he is an conving and strong actor before...But in this drama he is really good, seems that the role, character of KangHa suits him very well, and he really likes acting KH

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@Asianromance: I agree so much with you. I would say that given that Kang Ha was 5 at the time his mother sold him to his father, he had already seen a lot. Perhaps what murkiness he had seen is related to his brother AND Jae Young. There is also the reference to competitive games between them over girls - and the seen where Kang Ha thinks he has seen someone who it turns out not to be. Either the writers took some detour to confuse us, or there's more story line to unravel.

Thanks so much for the recaps AND for everyone's comments. It makes the drama watching that much richer.

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Waooooo so many comments.... I love reading all of it. Ep.12 was the best episode ever.

Sarah....... i love your header. And i did not notice that slippers.

OHHHH I hate the side characters...I can't stand Kang Ha's mom....

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Thanks to javabeans for the review-it is almost a required reading for me after seeing the drama episode. I enjoyed the analysis/comments and how the same scenario can be interpreted differently by others. Great job!

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Excellent recap !
I'm watching so many shows right now that i actually haven't watched this one yet. I just read your recaps, which are so good, its like watching the show. ^__^

Thanks for your hard work!

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Thank you for the recap!

I agree completely. The moment JH turned his attentions to PG I knew this was all for JY and to me that makes him even more despicable. I've been growing more and more upset with his character but the minute he started playing patty cake with Nam, I was livid!
With that said, I think that SDW is doing a wonderful job of making us very confused as to whether we should love, hate or feel sorry for JH. This makes him complicated and layered and as a character I appreciate that. For either way, you can't be indifferent to him, he invokes some type of reaction you can't help but think something about JH.

I am very pleased with this drama so far. I will admit that I am pleasantly surprised that this drama as turned out to be one that I love to see. I am a little concerned about the future being that we are more than half way through and new things continue to pop up but I'm eager to see how it all plays out.

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I absolutely love this series to bits and I love reading your reviews for this. But I just want to say an extra special thanks for this week because unfortunately I have not been able to load the episodes on viikii at all, because I was so desperate to watch the episode I had to resort to watching it without subs so your review was a lifesaver, without it I wouldn't have known what was going on :) thank you so much

And by golly there are so many people to hate in this show >><< gosh I've never known a show with so many hateful characters! lolz Well maybe that's a lie. But JY is the ultimate delusional cow, I don't think I have seen a woman more delusional until now! What part of "I don't see you as woman" "not if we were the only two people on Earth" "aren't you a bit trashy" "I see you only as a younger sister" does she not get!?!?!?!? And no offence why does she like him anyway!?!?!? I love him because I know how he is towards PK but he is absolutely rotten towards JY she must be going purely on his looks, how shallow :P
Also her Mom... well we all know where JY gets it from... I wonder JY will get reach her mother's stage someday!?!?! Also KHs Mom she is really bugging me, she abandons her son then comes clawing back to him for money, threatening him, she has some nerve I would tell her where to go!!!! Can't wait to see all of them get it come back to them! Finally really going of JY was so happy when PK told him she wasn't his plaything! You go girl! And when KH told him to back off, I don't know what he thinks he's doing but he's not stupid he knows how KH is starting to feel and he wanted to jump in, he's just manipulative and I don't much like him any more grrrrrrr gosh they all suck! LOLZ sorry rant over.

On a more positive note... how CUTE was the KH and PR scene today zomg ^0^ I had a tear in my eye, lolz so sweet. I thought at that moment, gosh KH would be a hot Dad! All the Moms would be jealous of PK having him :PPP XD

I am wondering if the previews I have read for eps 13 and 14 are true, I hope so because I really want PK to accept the contract and stay with KH some more :: grin :: =D

Thank you once again :: bows repeatedly :: x

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Thanks for the recaps! I've been reading your recaps since BOF and have been getting updates about the latest news in K-entertainment and Kdramas. I absolutely loved You're Beautiful (sorry honey MinHo, but oppa GeunSuk really did a great job) and also am looking forward to Personal Taste on March (loved SYJ since The Classic).

Anyway, I started watching SFFTS because of Javabeans, and I'm really enjoying it even if I did not watch episodes 1 to 5 (sorry!). I thought that it would be 16 episodes but was glad to find out that I'd get to watch 8 more episodes! Love KangHa and PalGang's interactions. I also find the second leading man refreshing. Meanwhile, JaeYoung is becoming more and more intolerable especially on the teaser for episode 13. Ugh. Can't wait for next week's episodes! =)

Keep up the great work and thanks!

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Awesome recap, as usual. I love this drama for the simple fact that everyone here in the drama shows some sort of growth - Pal-gang, Kang-ha, Tae-kyu, the kids themselves.

I've always thought that Jun-ha's number 1 is Jae-young, and this was (happily?) confirmed in this episode, but at the same time, I'm sort of glad because it makes his character more interesting than the usual insipid second male lead who is head-over-heels in love with the main female lead. Here, he KNOWS he's not in love with her and his loyalties, as it were, are with Jae-young - he does everything he can to make sure her way is clear.

I suspect too, that Kang-ha knows this (thus the tension between the brothers where Jun-ha tries to make Kang-ha accept Jae-young, and Kang-ha can't because he knows Jae-young, in a sense, belongs to his brother...which is why he can only ever see her as a sister, and not a woman, and yet this is not something his brother will ever admit, because the best way to 'love someone who doesn't love you is not to love them back'. Annoying, but I can get where he's coming from - it's that inherently nice guy in him again.)

And yes, I AM proud of Pal-gang and how she's matured through the drama as well - now, she's making sensible, responsible decisions, where previously, she could only think of how to get through life easily (the orphange for Nami, the working as a hostess). These decisions don't come without struggle, and that's what I'm most appreciative of.

I'm really looking forward to watching all the subplots untangle themselves in the little time they have left though - the drama did a really good job setting them up, and I hope they don't actually forget to explore them (because then what would have been the point of setting them up in the first place??!).

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Thanks for the recap, JB. Your perspective, as always, was a big help to me. Although I agree that Jun-ha's motive is to help Jae-young, didn't he also say something about initially he was interested in Pal-gang because of Kang-ha, but it's not that anymore? His motive or motives are confusing to me, but after the Tae-kyu proposal failure, his being nice to Pal-gang definitely had a falseness to it -- even his voice seemed higher, more forced (really good acting!) cheerfulness than previously when his kindness seemed natural.

@53 ri -- (I will probably be proven wrong, but I think Jun Ha’s behavior towards Pal-gan is noble in a twisted kind of way. Almost like a “pick me I’m the better brother, if you pick me you won’t suffer like Jae Young is suffering.”) This is more what I had been thinking, up to the point where he actually hugged Jae-young. And this seemed to tie in with what I say above, namely, his reason was Kang-ha at first, but not now.

@68 Elena -- Good point! I had completely forgotten about the unknown woman.

I also would like to know why Jae-young is so obsessed with Kang-ha. Was there a reference anywhere to their childhood or something that happened? Or even what happened to make Jun-ha be so loyal and in love with her? Anyway, I'm really enjoying this drama -- am amazed at how quickly the episodes go by compared to other dramas that I also am really enjoying, but seem to drag a bit.

Thanks, again, JB. Your recaps are the best. I mean, ALL of the recaps on this wonderful website are the best!

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I agree with you! I too think that JH is dong this only to give room for JY in KH's heart, by taking away JY's only threat: Pal-Gang.

Anyway, I've been waiting for your comments as it really helps to shed light on this drama. Despite this drama being a romantic-comedy, it's a bit complex and confusing, especially Jun-Ha's character, which I appreciate. I like that I don't know what he's thinking or where he's going, it makes this drama so much more worth watching.... And the kids are adorable too.

Thank you so much Javabeans!! :)

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i luv ur recaps to death!! !
and i always learn cool awesoME new words!!
GRROARR!!

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Great recap javabeans. Reading your recap makes me rethink what I watched in the episode. Things that I hadn't considered- like the complexity of Junha's motives for example (the is he actually starting to feel something for Pal gang v. is he's just doing this all for Jae young?)

I also really like the song you posted with this recap. Is Serengeti a well known musician in korea?

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I like that SDW is playing a very different mold of a 2nd lead or the eventual loser in a a love triangle. His acting is quite good indeed. Making us think.

Thanks Javabeans and i'm a fan of your genius which you always put in your recaps =0

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I wonder if Jun Ha is actually not blood related to Kang Ha at all, different father, different mother. Maybe KH's father accepted him or just didn't know. But somehow KH's mother found out? Maybe KH's stepmother was also a former bar girl (seems to run in the family?)? and so JH would have been cut out of the will altogether and not have a place at the Insurance Co. except that KH is protecting him... ? Somehow, the fact that their mother (if they have the same mother) is a former bar girl and a terrible mother doesn't seem to be enough of a secret to hold over KH. Does JH not know that KH doesn't have the same mother? But Jae Young's mother does, so it's not a secret that he can control, really.

I can't think of another reason why KH could be blackmailed over him. Unless KH is the one who is not in his rightful place, should not have inherited his father's shares, and if JH learns this "secret" he would kick KH out... but that doesn't fit with KH's character thus far, so I've rejected that hypothesis.

I do have other things I could be doing, apart from speculating on something that will likely be revealed on Monday (or Tuesday), but this is just more fun.

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been reading your recaps of various dramas for a really long time, but never have i been induced to watching them in real time as i am now with wish upon a star (yes, before i was happy with just letting the dramas finish their run before i watch them so that i won't be left waiting for what's gonna happen next, week after week), but your recaps for episodes 1 and 2 made me really itch to know what's going to happen to the Jins, and thus my addiction to this drama was born. it made me laugh, cry, and go crazy like a teenager over kangha (whom i disliked so much at first). and now i'm proud to say that even before reading your recaps of each episode, i have watched and re-watched (twice!) each episode already, although your comments and narratives give me a different perspective of this drama everytime.

thanks javabeans and looking forward to more witty and well-written recaps!

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thanks for the recaps..<3

that bed scene made me crying cos it's make me feel how suffering kang ha childhood's life....n i just realize he is tearing when he looks on pa rang (T,T)

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As always, Wonderful Recap!!!
Thank you so much Javabeans.

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WOW!! the best recap so far!! thanks a lot javabeans!

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Their bathroom is somewhat similar to hwang tae kyung's bathroom in you're handsome.. what do u think?

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gahhhhh.....................at long last, I've found a drama to follow through "You're beautiful".and am i liking it, though I'm a bit behind...still, better late than never....loving loving this a lot.

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It's sooo manipulative to threaten someone that you'll take your own life if they don't love you back. Jae-Young is so pathetic. And even more pathetic is JunHa who obviously loves her, but is so much of a worm that he wants her to marry Kang Ha b/c she says she loves him.
Two words to describe JaeYoung and Jun-ha--- PATHETIC.

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thank you for this ep.
I will waitng for next ep.

LOVE YOU

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i just wanna say ..that Jae-young is some crazy, mental bitch.

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Confession: I skip over parts of the drama that don't grab my attention when first watching and read your recaps to fill in the gaps...
And I sincerely dislike (!) Jae-young, and I can't understand, for the life of me, why Jun-ha would be so hung up on her!? This is one point of the drama that really does not make sense to me.

@90 jandoe: Agreed!

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am I the one who see Jun Ha differently? I think, what he is trying to do is to force his brother to jump out of the 'nutshell', a man who can falling in love. And how is it? By making KH jealous. First he tried it with TK, and since it's fail, then he try it himself. He just want KH to admit that he fall for PG.

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As always, late to the game. But JJ's attitude of making KH love me, who cares how he feels is driving me NUTS!! The interaction between KH and PR was so, so adorable!! I think its a combination of the kids and PG that is helping him transform! This was the best episode!! Helped me with my confusion with JH and his sudden feelings for PG! That's worse that KH! At least he is blunt and straight to the point!

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I'm just watching this k-drama on netflix but at this point, I think it's safe to say it's one of my favorite k-dramas now. I'm surprised at how much I love it....

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Thanks for the recap db... i really enjoyed reading your recaps and I'm a fan of yours...i love every scene that Pal gang shows her maturity. Kang-ha is not a showy type bc of his family back ground and or the relationship he had with his mother. and i like Jun-ha style of showing his interest with pal gang that makes Kang-Ha annoyed at the same time. It helps him somehow to show up his real feelings to Pal gang. Thank you Jun-Ha...love every recap and epi of this drama! quiet inspiring... mabuhay DB!

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