Drama Recaps
Oh My Lady: Episode 10
by | April 26, 2010 | 52 Comments

Sorry this is up later than I intended — I’ve been out of town and traveling, so I didn’t have as much time to keep current with the past week of episodes. Time to play catch-up!


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After Min-woo tells Kae-hwa she’ll have to move out, in the morning he finds the apartment a mess, as though she’s rebelling by quitting her housekeeper duties. And I’d say she’s entitled, given his sudden and unceremonious decision to kick both her and Ye-eun out.

The Show Company employees fidget and fuss as they await their potential investor, to whom they will make a presentation for their musical. They are particularly nervous today, since this is their last hope of staying afloat, and it’s with some shock that Kae-hwa recognizes the man they are trying to woo — her ex-husband Byung-hak.

She can’t do anything and stays quiet, and the ex-spouses both pretend not to know each other, although he can’t resist making a few jabs at Kae-hwa (belittling her job and such). This is a bit inappropriate since the others don’t know their history, but he laughs off his comments as a joke.

Shi-joon makes the presentation, and things go pretty well. It’s not until after the meeting that Kae-hwa tells her co-workers who he was, and in a nice bit of office solidarity, Jae-hee asks worriedly if this means they ought not accept the investment. Kae-hwa isn’t worried for her own sake, but she wonders what possibly sneaky (or at least ill-advised) scheme Byung-hak is planning.

Meanwhile, Reporter Han sees photos posted online that show Min-woo at the zoo with Ye-eun. His hat and sunglasses obscure his face enough that he’s not 100% identifiable, but the shots bear the caption, “A dad who looks just like Sung Min-woo.” Reporter Han recalls seeing Min-woo carrying Ye-eun in the parking lot, so he goes off to confirm his hunch.

He therefore pays a visit to Yoon-seok, who has already seen the photos and taken damage control measures; he has ordered an employee to make a reservation at a Japanese resort, presumably for Min-woo.

Reporter Han fishes for info, but the manager is wary and answers vaguely. The reporter presents his theory, guessing that Min-woo must be married. Perhaps he married before he became famous, and thus had to hide both his wife and child. Han suggests that now is the time for Min-woo to come forward and go public about his family.

Despite his outer cool, Yoon-seok had been nervous in the face of the reporter’s confidence at figuring out the story, but now he relaxes since the speculation is so far from the truth. Still, he can’t be too careful: he excuses himself to take a phone call, sees that Reporter Han is watching curiously, and fakes a conversation to be purposely overheard. He “confirms” that Min-woo is heading to Japan tomorrow with a companion with the last name Hong (Yura), and then calls Yura to arrange things.

At lunchtime, Kae-hwa and Shi-joon are the only two in the office, so they head out to eat together. Shi-joon supposes that she’s uncomfortable about Byung-hak being a possible investor, and while she is, she answers that she is more worried about whether they can trust her ex. He’s not exactly reliable, and what if he’s just doing this to harass her?

Shi-joon alleviates her concerns, assuring her that he’ll have Byung-hak checked out anyway, so there’s no reason to worry about that. He’s worried about her, but Kae-hwa insists that she’s strong.

They don’t notice that another couple has arrived at the restaurant and have noticed them: it’s Jung-ah and her companion. Though she tries to act unaffected, we can see that she is hurt to see her husband smiling and seemingly enjoying himself when he’s so curt with her. Which might be sympathetic if not for the whole adultery angle. (Even if it turns out she’s not in a sexual/romantic relationship with her guy, she is presenting him as her lover so I don’t think she gets the moral high ground here.)

Yura meets up with Min-woo, who is back to acting the part of the bashful, enamored boy around her. (Sigh.) She asks if he’s free on the weekend, as she has scored tickets for a trip to a Japan. While we know that Yoon-seok has orchestrated this plan, she is acting like it’s her idea, so of course Min-woo is only too happy to agree. Idiot.

(I like Min-woo’s character and the portrayal by Choi Siwon, but you know how a person’s bad taste or judgment can alter your opinion of him? Although Min-woo is a likable guy and my derision is mostly reserved for the charisma-less Yura, the very fact that he is so puppy-doggish after her lowers my opinion of him. It’s like having a crush on a seemingly perfect guy and then finding out that all his girlfriends have been trashy, blathering imbeciles — suddenly the prospect of dating him doesn’t seem so appealing after all.)

Anyway. Barbie and Ken — so pretty, so bland together — embark on a shopping trip in preparation for their trip, attracting an audience as they try on clothing and browse in a department store. Min-woo basically buys everything Yura wants, and she happily accepts. The main thing I take away from this sequence is that montages are wasted on the vapid. Yeah, they make a good-looking couple, but that’s it.

Kae-hwa seeks out her ex, and unexpectedly (to us and to him), she lets him off the hook for worming his way into the production as investor. He hasn’t yet decided whether or not to invest with them, so Kae-hwa urges him to do it, which Byung-hak finds surprising. She’s not thrilled about the prospect, but says that they can be professional about this.

Kae-hwa gives herself a pep talk, vowing to make the most of this situation: She’ll do right by Ye-eun and the musical. With that, she cleans the mess she had allowed to accumulate, then settles down with Ye-eun to present Min-woo with a friendly gesture in hopes that they can start warming him up again.

Kae-hwa gets out the origami book and asks Ye-eun what she’d like to make. The girl picks out animals, which Kae-hwa understands as a reaction to their trip to the zoo, and they get to work building a miniature zoo of paper animals. To cap things off, Ye-eun cuts out paper dolls of people that represent their family.

Meanwhile, Min-woo is still out with Yura. After the shopping trip, they end up taking a walk, then head to the car for a more private conversation.

Min-woo admits that he had liked Yura in the past. While it’s clear that she was well aware (and it’s not like he was very discreet about it, if his behavior now is any indication), Yura plays coy, saying he’d never told her how he felt but hinting that she liked him too. Now that surprises him — she was much more popular, and one gets the sense he felt she was out of his league — and he suggests they start over now.

Still playing hard to get, Yura says she’ll think it over. Min-woo asks her not to take too long, then takes advantage of the moment to lean in for a kiss.

But his brain chooses this moment to flash back to the refrigerator kiss with Kae-hwa, and he freezes. Suddenly he’s disturbed — why is he thinking of this now, of all things? — and he pauses so long that Yura opens her eyes to peek at him, wondering what the hangup is. Min-woo tries to shake it off, but the moment has been marred and things take on an awkward air, so they decide to call it a night.

On his way back to the apartment, Min-woo berates himself for letting the moment slip by. How could he think of Kae-hwa then?

He enters the darkened apartment, and without taking a look at what they are, he kicks the zoo animals off the coffee table carelessly to drop his purchases on it. Kae-hwa bursts out of the room carrying Ye-eun as though to surprise him with their offering, while the girl holds up a sketchpad depicting the three of them at the zoo, wearing their bunny ears.

Alas, both ladies see the origami animals scattered on the ground, which hurts Ye-eun’s feelings. Kae-hwa tries to mitigate the disappointment, saying that Daddy didn’t mean it and made a silly mistake, but the girl understands Min-woo’s feelings and trudges back to her room unhappily.

Trying to bring Min-woo around, Kae-hwa promises to look after Ye-eun even more, even better. She’ll be super careful and they won’t ride in his car anymore. But Min-woo has already taken on the role (in his head) of being the bad guy with no conscience, so he tells her she’d better just acknowledge that and leave. It’s like her goodness is making him feel even worse for his foibles — she doesn’t have any trouble identifying what the Right Thing To Do is and sticking to it, which makes his human weaknesses seem more glaring in comparison. He tells her, “I know you’re an outstanding person, so stop repeating the same thing over.”

At work, they hear that Byung-hak is indeed going to invest in their production, to everyone’s relief. Kae-hwa assures the others not to worry about her — she asked her ex to go ahead with the investment, and they appreciate her effort.

Kae-hwa calls Min-woo to inform him that rehearsals are starting up again tonight, leaving a message because he ignores her phone call. He packs for his trip to Japan, and heads out to meet Yura.

Following her father’s rejection the last night, Ye-eun is extra clingy this morning when Kae-hwa drops her off at her therapy. And sure enough, her hurt manifests again that morning; Kae-hwa has to come back to check on her because the girl has had a tantrum, refusing to work with the teacher and throwing her toys.

Kae-hwa sighs that she must be old enough to understand everything, and Bok-nim agrees that she understands rejection clearly. Kae-hwa comforts Ye-eun with extra affection, trying to convince her that her father does love her — it’s just that the doesn’t know his own feelings yet. So can she wait until he is ready? Kae-hwa promises to watch over her until he does.

And at that, Ye-eun finally says, “Ajumma.”

Kae-hwa can’t believe it, and takes a few moments of stunned silence to register the moment. Excitedly, she tries to get the girl to speak more, and even though that’s all they’re going to get today, this is big news and Kae-hwa dials Min-woo right away to convey the good news. He, on his way to the airport, hangs up on her before letting her say anything.

But as we know, Min-woo isn’t as cold as he’s trying to force himself to be, and we have more proof of this when his car stops at a red light and he sees a little girl crying on the street. She has been separated from her mother and is all alone, and Min-woo briefly hesitates before pulling over at the curb and walking out to her. But when he’s halfway to her, the girl’s mother finds her and comforts the daughter, so Min-woo turns away before he’s noticed.

Instead of heading to the airport, however, Min-woo makes a detour to Yoon-seok’s office while Yura waits for him at the gate. The manager isn’t in, so Min-woo calls him to ask him about the orphanage and to make sure they send Ye-eun to a good place. Yoon-seok assures him that it’ll be no problem, and orphanages are much nicer now than they used to be.

Min-woo accidentally moves the computer mouse, bringing Yoon-seok’s computer out of sleep mode, and something captures his eye. There’s a folder on the desktop marked “Zoo,” and when he opens it, he finds photographs of his outing with Kae-hwa and Ye-eun. Remembering the photographer he had seen on that day, he realizes that Yoon-seok must have been behind it.

This suggests that his manager is gathering material that might be used to force Min-woo’s hand. He’s absolutely stunned at the discovery and even though he knows Yoon-seok is coldly businesslike, this is a huge disillusionment. Min-woo spends long moments brooding in silence.

Meanwhile, Yoon-seok approaches Kae-hwa as she heads toward her office building, and with the help of one of his accomplices he shoves her into his car. Shi-joon happens to see this scene as he leaves the building, and immediately gets in his car to pursue the kidnapping vehicle.

He follows them closely for a while, amidst some pretty dramatic music — are we in some gangster movie now? — but at the last leg he is forced to stop when his path his cut off by another car. He calls Min-woo, apprising him of the situation, and asks where Yoon-seok might have gone.

Yoon-seok takes Kae-hwa to a private room in a bar/room salon, where he often conducts business. His tone is vaguely menacing as he tells her he’s poured tons of money into making Min-woo a star, but these day’s he’s becoming “more and more strange.” She retorts that other people would call that being human, but Yoon-seok only cares about recouping his investment in his client, and until he does, they won’t let Min-woo go. Therefore, he advises, Kae-hwa should really just take the money he’s offering her and get lost.

Kae-hwa accuses him of treating Min-woo like a mere commodity, but that is hardly an insult to Yoon-seok, who agrees: “He is, a really important one.”

He presents her with contract agreeing not to reveal anything about Min-woo under threat of punishment (a large monetary penalty) and orders her to sign it. Kae-hwa tries to keep a brave front and challenges him — what’s he going to do if Ye-eun gets adopted and tells people that Min-woo’s her father?

On his way to meeting Shi-joon, Min-woo checks his messages and now hears the message Kae-hwa had left earlier, exulting that Ye-eun had finally spoken.

Shi-joon is parked in the spot where he’d last seen Yoon-seok’s car before losing sight of them, and suspects that Yoon-seok took Kae-hwa somewhere close by. Min-woo has a pretty good hunch, having been here before, and tells Shi-joon he can handle it alone. The latter insists on following, however, so the two take off together.

Therefore, both men arrive at the bar together and charge into the meeting just as Yoon-seok loses his temper with Kae-hwa’s refusals to sign. One of the henchman moves to stop him, so Min-woo punches him, then takes on the other accomplice. (Easiest takedown of burly bodyguards ever! Lucky thing Min-woo’s the hero, huh? Otherwise he might have actually had to exert himself.)

Min-woo looks down intently at Kae-hwa, who is stunned to see the two men here to rescue her. Shi-joon grabs her by the wrist (always the wrist!) to help her up, and says, “Let’s go.”


This drama hasn’t met a single cliche it hasn’t liked, has it? I’ve said it before so I’ll be brief about it this time: Oh My Lady is purely enjoyable because of the relationship of the two leads and the girl. Without Chae Rim and Choi Siwon specifically in these roles, I don’t see much to get excited about, plotwise. The drama doesn’t try anything new, and even its shining moments aren’t outstanding; they are mostly just lifted by the cute chemistry and the characters.

I actually liked Episode 10, but it felt like a mix of every other drama I’d seen before. The bumbling paparazzo, the scheming manager, the simpering first love, the interrupted kiss, the kidnapping, the random car chase, the heroic beatdown, the love-triangle-reinforcing rescue scene… Yup, all there.

And lastly, the below screenshot is pretty much irrelevant to the entire episode, but after going a few episodes without seeing some skin, I figure we ought to take a moment to acknowledge the effort to give us a little bit of fan service, yeah?


52 Comments from the Beanut Gallery
  1. lawababy

    yeh…finally. Thank u

  2. curiouscat

    made me so happy when i refreshed my screen and out comes your latest recap! Thank you so much for recapping this drama! you are spoiling us soooo much. thanks again!

  3. coftea :)

    Thanks so much for the recap JB~~
    It’s always so great to finally understand what they’re saying 😀

    You’re just awesome~

  4. gia

    i justed finished ep 11, it’s so good… best episode until now…

  5. kaedejun

    see? all that working out justifies being able to take out bigger bodyguards.. =P

  6. celestialorigin

    Thank you JB! Yes, the girl, Ye-eun, she’s the cutest thing!

  7. chajjye

    OOOH.. thank you dearest javabeans! 😀

    ur recaps are like dessert. MUST HAVE!

    everytime i see ye-eun i want to eat her up. >.< she's just so adorable…

    lol, it is very cliched but if it wasn't for siwon and chaerim and ye eun, i would have dropped this long time ago. i think three of them are just perfect.

    this drama is oozing cuteness and adorable. sugar overload!

    frankly, i actually think siwon looks best when he only teases. * cough cough

    @kaedejun: he's preparing for that hour! AWWW….our hero, min woo!

  8. mimi

    I still don’t see the romance!!

  9. linz

    i really like this drama but i kinda laughed when they started the whole gangster kidnapping and threatening crap. just felt so out of place in this drama! but whatev, what I really don’t like is min-woo continuing to be enamored with yura who he knows is a bitch. hope that storyline ends soon, but i doubt it. hopefully there will be more min-woo/kae-hwa moments to come, that’s what i love about the drama 🙂

    Thanks for recapping!

  10. 10 rhea


    Thanks so much!!


  11. 11 catyeo

    Hi Javabeans,

    Thanks for the recap. I understood the episode better after reading this. Btw, did you notice that when Min-Woo and Kae-Hwa were REALLY close together, there was the sound of heartbeats but with Yura…SILENCE. I guess that took Min-Woo by surprise. What do you think?

  12. 12 okdubu

    hope you had fun travelling!! i didn’t realize oh my lady was out already kyekeke be back later after watching~

  13. 13 prinssibelle

    Thanks so much for the recap, JB.. 🙂
    Have been waiting for this, I actually did the jumping jacks move when I found this recap…

    Really loving it…

  14. 14 tfftff

    Honestly, I’m only watching this drama because I enjoy Chae Rim. Dal Ja’s Spring was the first drama I truly fell in love with (also when I started reading your blog) and I wish to fall in love with another one of her dramas but I don’t think it’s gonna happen with this one. Hope the episodes after this show more of their relationship developing and maybe more Kae-hwa’s daughter. I feel bad for her being stuck with her crappy dad.

  15. 15 Drama Dazed

    Thanks for your breezy recaps. The last comment makes me smile. I love Oh My Lady purely because of the heartfelt performance from Chae Rim and her great chemistry with Choi Si Won who acted pretty well in my opinion. And the two little girls Minji and Yewon are absolutely adorable.

  16. 16 Kelela

    Always the good ones that show some skin. Oh Siwon…

    I love the 2 leads, but I adore the little girls so much. I wish we had more of them just hanging out.

  17. 17 vero

    Thanks for the recaps. As you said the story in very different from all other stoies we know, but the important thing is the chemistry between characters. That what makes a drama likable. But wait until you watch episode 11! It is so emotional. Can’t wait till you recap ep. 11! I was really moved!

  18. 18 jaeng

    love you

  19. 19 Porcelain

    *did happy dance in my head* when I saw this… coz am at work…
    Thanks for this Javabeans!

    Seriously, this drama has all the possible cliches but I am still watching for Siwon, Chae Rim and yes the 2 little girls…

    I totally love the part you describe Min Woo and Yura, as Barbie and Ken totally pretty and bland… you say it best… Yura what a manipulative bitch I gotta say…
    I like the “idiot” you added too and I love Siwon to pieces but seriously if Min Woo was a real idol top star, it will take a lot to like him beyond his choco abs.

    I seriously hope Min Woo would stop being such a puppy with Yura and look who really cares for him or at least care about his bb girl… with that totally DO NOT LIKE HIS MANAGER… and the whole gangsta-kidnap thing was quite hilarious actually…

    And baby said the first word… more to come! And thanks for the fanservice 😀

  20. 20 Deborah

    I KNOW. ALWAYS THE WRIST. I thought he was trying to help her up, not pull her arm off. My biggest concern about this episode is why Shi-Joon of all people is entitled to do the wrist-grabbing when Min-Woo was the one who clearly bashed ALL (…quite easily) those ~gangsters~ up. I mean come on!

  21. 21 Porcelain

    Just wanna add… I guess deep down Min Woo isn’t heartless coz he did care when he saw the little girl crying in the street coz it reminded him of his bb…
    Its his situation w his career, him being “trapped” and that awful mean manager who doesn’t see him more than a product.

    I like to see how this play out… how the manager and also Yura play less and less importance in his life and him realizing what really matters in life… but then that would be too J-dorama ehh? So drama… suprise me good!

  22. 22 MEL

    thanks JB, I kept looking for your recap this past week…………finally, thanks, your take is always refreshing….thanks, can’t wait for ep 11 and 12 recaps… just love Chae Rim and Si Won, those little girls need to be seen more

  23. 23 cheekbones

    I totally didn’t get that the evil manager is behind the photographer at the zoo when I watched ep 10. So, that must be it, then, huh ? Thanks for the recap !

  24. 24 tamu

    thanks jb….wuihhhh…finally…the recap for epsd 10 showed up….

  25. 25 animedork101

    His daughter is too cute. They could not have picked a better kid for the role.

  26. 26 mmmaggie

    You’re right, javabeans. This drama is ALL about the two leads and the girl. It’s not gonna reinvent the wheel or anything, but you can enjoy it for what it is.

    Having said that, Yura is beyond annoying and unnecessary — in the drama and in life. So vapid and transparent. And the fact that our “hero” can’t see through her, or rather refuses to, GAH. And for the last time, Kdramas, someone that plastic and surgically-enhanced is not and should not be the standard of beauty!

  27. 27 Anon

    Thanks for the recap JB! 🙂

    Just like Porcelain, the one that made me laugh were the Barbie-Ken referral and the Idiot one. Totally apt for them.

    I love that the first words of Ye-eun was uttered to Gae-hwa. Nobody deserves it more than her. 😀

    Only watching this for Chae Rim, Siwon and the kids. Just because their interactions are uber cute.

    Funny how Chae Rim motivates the kid (Ye-eun) into crying, Siwon said that he overheard her once saying to the kid to imagine what if your mom doesn’t cook meals for you? That’s how they get her into the crying scene.

  28. 28 sajor

    “This drama hasn’t met a single cliche it hasn’t liked” –good line there!

    the reason why i’m still watching this drama is because of chae rim, and she’s why i still enjoy this despite of the rather lousy plot embedded with cliches

  29. 29 reluctantbutaddicted

    Thank you! You’re right, it’s not heavily innovative, but it is fun.

    Won’t they do something about that hairstyle on Kae Hwa? It’s driving me nuts.

  30. 30 Moe

    Love the *NO KISS* ^^

  31. 31 Raquel


    Do you know the name of the music of reporter Han?

    I like it… lolo

  32. 32 Hazewon

    OMG OMG, guys I just finished epi12, and it was sosososos good!!!!
    I just can’t help coming here screaming….everything we’ve ever wanted finally is here!!!!

    Dont worry, I am not here to spoil you , but: You have to watch Epi 2! !!The best episode ever!!!
    I almost bursted my tears out!!

    Sorry I just can’t seem to have the ability to stop my high pitched voice!!!!

  33. 33 Anon

    @ 29 reluctantbutaddicted

    Don’t worry, they soften the curls in epi 11. I hope in epi 12 too.

  34. 34 Sobia

    Thank you for the recap, Javabeans!

    “Montages are wasted on the vapid…” In addition to being hilarious, this is so true. Whenever I see Min-woo and Yura together, my stomach gets queasy and I can’t wait for KH to pop back up again.

    I think Min-woo’s liking Yura is a pretty big sign that something is very, very wrong with him. =-) He is a (somewhat) nice guy stuck in a really plastic world, and has to make the choice between whether he wants to selfish and manipulative a la Yura and his manager, or whether he wants to be a good and genuine person, a la Kae-hwa. I know the show is cliche-ridden, but I love the fact that so far it has been more focused on Min-woo’s moral development rather than on the central romance. Kdramas are so different from American romcoms in that respect, where the romance is all that really matters — when was the last time you watched an American romantic comedy because you wanted to see whether the main character would develop into a better person? But I think that’s why I keep enjoying this show…

  35. 35 Jane

    @32, I saw the preview for it in episode 11 and I cannot wait!! It looks like things are actually coming together.

  36. 36 Anya

    I’m surprised you managed to update regularly on your blog when you were traveling JB. Kudos to you!
    And as #34 Sobia says, I’m more interested in how the character develops rather than the actual romance. I seriously want to douse Min Woo with an icy cold shower a la Tae-Kyu in WUAS. Sure Yura’s pretty, but there are prettier (and nicer) women in the world *cough* Kae-hwa*cough*.

    And did anyone else start crying when Ye-eun spoke? The tears just welled up in my eyes and flowed down my cheeks when that sweet little darling opened her mouth and said something. And I’m so glad she said “Ajumma” because Kae-hwa has been the one taking care of her and loving her.

  37. 37 lovin it

    yay yeeun is starting to talk!
    can’t wait for more minwoo-yeeun interactions
    thanks for the recap!

  38. 38 epyc

    Ep 12 is THE episode!

  39. 39 a_fan

    ha ha ha

    Javabeans, K-drama won’t be as much fun with out you! You’re the best.

    Of all 4 dramas running now (that are available outside Korea), I like Oh My Lady the best. I guess it’s because of the chemistry (what is this anyway) between Chae Rim and Si Won (which is not that strong between he leads of the other current rom-com) and maybe because I’ve only been watching K dramas in 6 months and still not jaded. Plus, i live on the other side of the culture.

  40. 40 crabapple

    Thanks for the screencaps ! haha i think min woo’s character is clothed too often now… I hope that there will be more upper body nakedness.

  41. 41 jun

    i think i was the only one hoping for a kiss between Yura and Minwoo, that would’ve been hot.

  42. 42 Barbara

    How will Kae Hwa’s daughter react to her mother’s relationship with Ye Eun? Does she even know?

  43. 43 Mel

    @Anya….me too, being clingy to Ahjumma,who wouldn’t be if you over hear that you’re being put away by Dad even if temporary. She’s got that special Ahjumma HKW/HGW….who’ll fight for her….. EP 12 …. THE BOMB!!!!

  44. 44 Sobia

    Episode 12 IS so awesome! So glad other people love this show as much as I do.

  45. 45 Lisa

    I just finished watching episode12. Omo! Omo! Omo!

    I love this drama. Some have complained that they find bits boring, but I feel it has moved quickly and not dragged ( I have not once used the fast forward button, nor felt the desire to use it )

    Can’t wait for next week’s episode.

  46. 46 s

    i even dreamt of ye eun last night. heheh thats how addicted i am.

    just finished watching episode 12 as well. if anyone wants to here’s the site i watched them, but with chinese subtitles though

    and yeah i can’t wait for ep 13 too and see what happens next!

  47. 47 HoNeY*B

    I didn’t expect romance in here though

    but I expect more relationship between father and daughter here

    hope they show more of that ^ ^

  48. 48 pabo ceo reom

    Haha that’s why I’m only reading the recaps and not watching. i have too many dramas on my plate already!

  49. 49 oscyani

    MW character is getting better and better! cuter and cuter! hotter and hotter!~
    the drama is definitely getting more AWESOME!

    thanks for the recaps! (((:

  50. 50 pumpkinattack

    The wrist, yes, the wrist. Let’s just say I hope no one does that to me… friend or foe, I wouldn’t be able to resist the urge to knock him out (in dramaland, of course, where I’m the super-capable heroine).

    Thank you for the recap!

    I think Chae Rim is an excellent mother figure. She’s so sincere in her love for the girls. Won’t they all make a beautiful family? ;oD 1-mother, 3-kids!

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