Drama Recaps
My Girlfriend Is a Gumiho: Episode 13
by | September 23, 2010 | 185 Comments

Oh, My Girlfriend Is a Gumiho just kicked it up a notch. Yeah, I cried like a baby in Episode 13.

Ratings-wise, this week was a real hit, since Baker King is out of the picture. Numbers shot up to 15.2% for Episode 13, then even more to 19.2% for Episode 14, which aired back to back on Thursday night. (For consistency’s sake I use AGB numbers, which are more readily available, but TNS numbers for these two episodes were even higher — 19.4% and 22.5%.)

Meanwhile, Playful Kiss had a 5.8% (6.0% TNS) and Baker King’s special drew a 16.8% (17.9% TNS).

Special request: I know you’re all probably itching to discuss both episodes, but we’d really appreciate if you could keep the commentary in this recap to this episode. We promise the next one will be up for you to talk about soon!


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Mi-ho is coming to terms with the idea of dying in order to protect Dae-woong, so the remaining days take on heightened meaning. Dae-woong had thought she’d want to cross the days off the calendar quickly to get to the human part, but she explains that every day with him is precious.

She wants to go for a “walk,” but now that Dae-woong’s all grown up and accepted his feelings, he calls it a proper date, taking her hand as he asks her out.

Adorably, when Dae-woong orders ice cream mash-ups for them, he uses terms Mi-ho understands best: cow color, mixed with some pig color and some chicken color. Mostly cow.

Then, Dae-woong notices an affectionate couple nearby — the ones who taught Mi-ho her cheesy finger guns — and gets the idea to feign tiredness as an excuse to lean on Mi-ho.

But Mi-ho takes him at face value and looks at him worriedly, then picks him up to carry him on piggyback. How appropriate for this drama to reverse another gender stereotype after giving us the wimpy hero and the assertive heroine. I love it.

Dae-woong sees the girl feeding her boyfriend, and opens his mouth to signal that he’d like some of that action… only to find that Mi-ho’s all done with her ice cream. How great that Dae-woong’s getting a taste of his own medicine, after Mi-ho tried to cozy up to him earlier.

Mi-ho looks over and sees the cheesy couple making hearts with their hands, and Dae-woong demonstrates a big one, lifting his arms over his head. In response, Mi-ho puts up V signs, which disappoints him — after his heart, all he gets is another cow reference?

Mi-ho’s explanation turns him around, though — she learned it from Aunt Min-sook, and they represent her “heart’s antenna,” always pointed in his direction. Aww.

Speaking of whom, Min-sook meets with Director Ban, who has come back directly from film shoots in the Chinese desert. So directly, in fact, that he smells. Min-sook suggests gently that they clean up and start fresh with a day at the saunas, so off they go — where Dae-woong and Mi-ho have also ended up.

Dae-woong has come back to Korea without the director’s knowledge, so he hurries to keep out of sight, and he and Mi-ho take refuge under a towel together. Director Ban sniffs at the public display of coupley affection, but Min-sook finds it sweet.

As they walk along, Dae-woong notices an elderly couple walking hand in hand and says that they’ll be like that in fifty years, which is a thought that dims Mi-ho’s mood.

Dae-woong shows Mi-ho how to toss a coin into a fountain to make a wish, and she thinks of how she has to leave him in order to save him:

Mi-ho: “But after I’m gone, don’t be too shocked or hurt. Even so, call for me every once in a while… Then I’ll live in your heart forever. Right? You’ll remember me forever, right?”

Hye-in is peeved to hear from Byung-soo and Sun-nyeo that the happy couple plans to go to China together while the movie finishes filming. Knowing Mi-ho’s identity, she doesn’t understand how Mi-ho could have a legitimate passport, but she suspects that Dong-joo’s behind it.

Dong-joo owns up to making the documents, but he intended to use them to send Mi-ho away. Since Mi-ho won’t budge, he decides that they have to work on Dae-woong, and tells Hye-in to scare him, to insist that he’s in danger and needs to stay away from Mi-ho. Hye-in resents being forced into this, but she’s still scared enough of the Gumiho Hunter to comply, albeit grudgingly.

Mi-ho sees that Dae-woong has posted up their life plan, and he’s fully onboard now. However, she grabs it down, saying they’ll have to put it away for the time being; she rushed into things, and she can think about those things after she’s human. Right now, she should think of what to do in the remaining 52 days of being a gumiho.

Dae-woong is a little concerned as he make sure that she doesn’t mean to get rid of the plan for good. She can’t answer that, so she deflects. As they flip through their photo album, Dae-woong things of all the things they can do to fill it, like going skiing in the winter, or preparing for Christmas.

Mi-ho knows it won’t snow within the next 50 days, but she agrees to his plan to fill the album with new photos. For instance, she wants to go to the zoo, which for some reason makes Dae-woong uneasy, and he suggests the aquarium as a substitute.

At the very end of the night, Mi-ho finally allows herself to cross that day off the chart. She even finds sleeping time to be a waste, and wants to stare at him all night.

The next day, Hye-in finds Dae-woong to try to dissuade him from bringing Mi-ho along with him, not convinced that it’s safe for him to keep the fox bead. She’s not doing this because she wants him, she says, but because she’s truly worried — she is positive that Mi-ho and Dong-joo must be hiding something. He’s being used by them for something, she can sense it.

To her surprise, Dae-woong admits freely that Mi-ho is using him, and that he told her to do so.

Dong-joo sees that he can’t stop Mi-ho, and just asks her to be sure to come back in a month. He makes an excuse to run an errand, asking Mi-ho to stay behind to wait for him, and she eagerly agrees. The reason being: She had actually followed Dong-joo when he went to put away his magical dagger, to make a note of where he kept it. With some time to search his place for it, she heads down to his Emo Lair.

Dong-joo’s no dummy, and he suspects that Mi-ho has figured out that she can kill herself to save Dae-woong. He waits a few minutes outside before heading back inside.

Mi-ho finds the case on the desk and opens it, and the blade starts to emit some sort of energy. Dong-joo’s voice cuts in to warn her not to touch it, and Mi-ho sees that she’s been caught. But she doesn’t make excuses or defend herself; she tells him, “I need your knife.”

Dong-joo asks whether she’ll kill herself if he tries to force the bead out of Dae-woong, and she nods. He confirms that she’s going to give herself up for him, and she answers, “I have to protect Dae-woong.”

This frustrates and angers Dong-joo, who calls her actions too one-sided, deciding everything on her own. She may love Dae-woong enough to die, but does he feel the same? Dong-joo believes not.

He tells Mi-ho to ask if Dae-woong could die for her, guessing she doesn’t have confidence in his answer. And given that, isn’t it too unfair and wrong for her to die for him? Furthermore, if Mi-ho dies without telling Dae-woong, he’ll soon forget her and another woman will take her place by his side.

Mi-ho asserts that Dae-woong would never forget her, but Dong-joo disdains her “immense fantasy about love.” Even if Mi-ho says she doesn’t feel that it’s unfair, he urges her to confirm it.

So she goes home and tries it out, presenting Dae-woong with a few what-if scenarios: What if they’re about to drown and there’s only one wooden plank? What if there was a fire and only one person could safely escape? What if they were clinging to a cliff, and there was only one rope?

Not understanding her motivation, Dae-woong laughs off the scenarios, saying that they’d never happen anyway. When she grows increasingly agitated, he concedes that he’d give her the cliff-rope, but he’s just humoring her and she knows it.

Calming down, Mi-ho consoles herself with the thought that he doesn’t have to want to die for her for their affection to be real: “That’s not what I want. All he has to do is keep remembering me. That I’m sure of.”

But even that conviction takes a hit when forgets that he already bought sneakers for her. She tests his memory, asking what they were running from when they met, and what he called her. His memory is intact but a little fuzzy on the details — like whether the leaves on the tree she put him in were pointy or round.

Mi-ho gets more and more worked up, and Dae-woong guesses that she must be worried that a fading memory is part of her de-gumiho-ifying process. She retorts that he’s wrong: “I remember everything!”

Again, a little time to calm down is enough to get her to convince herself that it’s okay if he forgets some things. She suggests that they go out today and make sure to remember everything about it, and he agrees. But he needs to be reminded of where she said she wanted to go yesterday, and that freaks her out again:

Mi-ho: “If you can’t remember what I said yesterday, what in the world will you remember? You’ll forget everything, and you won’t give me the rope, and you’ll be with Internet Slander [Hye-in] and Melong [“neener,” aka Sun-nyeo], won’t you? If that’s true, then it really will be too unfair to me!”

Mi-ho broods, asking the chicken ajumma if people just live on happily after someone dies. The ajumma says of course — the living have to keep living. If we all clung to our memories, we’d be crying all day and never be able to move on.

She realizes the wisdom of that and heads home to make up with Dae-woong, but finds the door locked. Thinking he’s mad at her, she apologizes to him through the closed door, but Dae-woong won’t open it, so she breaks open the door and heads in — where she finds that he’s surprising her with a packed lunch for their trip to the zoo.

They drop by to see Grandpa after their outing, and Grandpa surmises that Mi-ho must really be special to get Dae-woong to go to the zoo. After all, his parents had died in an accident after they were coming home from the zoo, and ever since, he hasn’t liked them.

She hadn’t known this, and it makes her reconsider things: “I just wanted you to remember me. I didn’t think of how painful that memory would be.”

As she and Dae-woong cross off Day 51 from the calendar, this puts them square in the middle of the 100-day process. She says, “I’m sorry if you feel pain, but I want to give you a lot of things to remember. Then I won’t feel wronged at all.” She thinks to herself that she’ll be satisfied with 50 days “that are more beautiful than 500 years.”

Day 50 marks the day of their departure for China, and the couple plans to meet at the airport, because Mi-ho has a few errands to run first. She makes the rounds saying her goodbyes to Dae-woong’s family and the chicken shop ajumma. While the others assume she’s saying goodbye for the duration of her short trip, she knows it’s for good.

Hye-in finds her to make one last attempt to stop Mi-ho from joining Dae-woong — she just has a bad feeling that something will happen to Dae-woong if Mi-ho continues to stay with him. She even threatens to reveal that Mi-ho is a gumiho, but Mi-ho laughs at that, since everyone will just think she’s crazy, especially since Mi-ho is now a documented citizen.

Hye-in snaps that Dae-woong’s the one who lost his mind. How did she bewitch him? Mi-ho replies simply: “By liking him. Because I liked him so so so so much, he liked me too.” If Hye-in wants to get a guy to like her, she out to try telling him she likes him so so so so much, too. And she teaches her the finger guns.

With that, Mi-ho says goodbye to the loft and gets ready to leave — which is when Dong-joo finds her, knowing she must have made up her mind to disappear in China.

Mi-ho asks if he thinks she looks pathetic for dying instead of Dae-woong. Dong-joo doesn’t see why she would do that for one measly human, but she thinks she’s rather impressive for doing it and asks him not to stop her.

Mi-ho: “I’m a gumiho and I can’t end up as a human, but to the one person I like, I can give everything. I like that me.”

Now Dong-joo reveals his motivation for trying to prevent Mi-ho from trodding down a path that, to him, is all to familiar:

Dong-joo: “I believed that doing what the other person wanted was love. I did that, and for more than a thousand years I have regretted it. I don’t want to repeat the same mistake.”

Mi-ho tells him, not unkindly, “I’m not your Gil-dal.”

Hye-in tells Dong-joo that there’s no stopping the couple, who are determined to leave together. So finally, Dong-joo brings out his last card, and says that the only thing he can do is tell Dae-woong the full truth.

He explains the whole gumiho-turns-human concept, including the part where the human who gives the bead back to the gumiho must die. Thus armed with the truth, a shocked Hye-in is instructed to stop Dae-woong from leaving with Mi-ho, at all costs.

Hye-in cuts off Dae-woong’s van as he’s leaving for the airport, and urges him to run away. By now he’s tired of her meddling, but this time she has important information to reveal: That if he stays with Mi-ho, he’ll die.

While they’re having their tete-a-tete, Dong-joo finds Mi-ho at the airport, waiting for Dae-woong, and tells her he can’t let her go after all. He drops the bomb that Dae-woong has now been made aware of the conditions of borrowing the bead.

Mi-ho is upset — why did he do that? She’d wanted to make sure he never found out the truth. She never wanted to put Dae-woong in the position of making that choice between dying or living for her.

Dong-joo insists that Dae-woong won’t come once he knows he’s dying — he’ll run far from her. Even if he came now, as death looms over his head, he’d run later. Once again, he calls her faith a foolish fantasy, and says that he’s here to shatter the illusion. That’s exactly why she can’t give Dae-woong the chance to make that choice honestly, because then her grand illusion of love will shatter. She needs to protect herself, and once she realizes that Dae-woong won’t come, she can accept the reality and live on (with the bead, of course).

Now Dae-woong understands the choice they face — that at the end of the 100 days, either he dies or Mi-ho dies. Hye-in thinks Dong-joo had his own reasons for telling her the truth, and Dae-woong deduces that this must be his way of breaking up the couple. He understands that he is expected to run.

Instead, he decides to go to Mi-ho, which prompts a shrill outburst from Hye-in, who can’t understand why he’d do that when being with Mi-ho would make him die. Dae-woong bursts out, “I won’t die!”

With that, he runs to the airport while Mi-ho waits for him, growing ever glummer the longer the wait grows. (One word, people: PHONES!)

All the while, Dong-joo keeps watching, and makes another, gentler push for her to listen to him. If she leaves it to him, he’ll take care of everything, and they can go together to Japan. She can rethink her decision over the next 50 days.

Dejectedly, Mi-ho agrees to try it his way, and walks with him as he leads her to buy new plane tickets. Except, the moment his back is turned to ask for directions, Mi-ho bolts. She races toward the exit, aided by a crowd that keeps Dong-joo from spotting her running away. As she runs, so does Dae-woong, speeding toward the terminal just as she’s leaving it.

She’s not quite sure where she’s going — I think she just wants to get away to think for herself — but she tells herself it’s okay even if Dae-woong doesn’t come, because her feelings aren’t fantasy.

And then, Dae-woong’s voice calls out to her from across the street. With purpose, he walks into the crosswalk, pausing at the halfway point to ask, almost angrily, “Are you just going to run? Even though I’m here?”

Her reaction mixing worry with relief, Mi-ho makes up her mind, and starts walking toward him, meeting him halfway. (Agh! All this symbolism about meeting in the middle? IT KEELS ME. In the good way, not in the OMG what do you mean Dae-woong’s gonna die? way.)

He confirms that it’s true that one of them must die, and challenges, “Since that’s all decided, you want me to just sit still and accept it, or to save myself and run away?! Well, I can’t do that. I won’t!”

He turns his head to see Dong-joo watching, and tells her he won’t accept those two options: “Half of the 100 days have passed. Mi-ho — take the bead now.”

What in the WHAT? Mi-ho’s scared of that prospect, and Dae-woong admits that he doesn’t know what’ll happen. “But,” he adds with a pointed look at Dong-joo, “that guy won’t know either.”

Dae-woong: “We’ll make the decision and take it how it goes. I’ll give up half my life, and you’ll give up becoming human, and we’ll see what happens. I don’t know if we’ll live or die.”
Mi-ho: “Then we’re both grabbing the only rope.”

Dae-woong nods.

Dae-woong: “Mi-ho. I love you. So I won’t die alone for you, and don’t die for me either.”
Mi-ho: “Dae-woong, I love you. I won’t die for you, and don’t do it for me either.”
Dae-woong: “As the person who loves you, this is my decision. Who knows where this will go, but let’s do it together. If we live, we both live. And if we die, we die together.”

With that, Dae-woong kisses Mi-ho while a tear falls from his eye.

He pulls back momentarily, then moves in close again — and this time, a blue light starts to glow between their mouths as Mi-ho retrieves her bead.

Dong-joo looks at this in angry disbelief, while back in his lair, this cosmic disturbance sends the Sandglass of Doom toppling — with the sand divided perfectly in half, equally among both chambers.


AH! This episode KILLED me. I was completely onboard, hook, line, and sinker, which I realize is a total mixed metaphor but I don’t have enough brainpower to think of one that makes sense right now.

Actually, it wasn’t until the latter half of the episode that the awesome really happened, because in the first half, I thought things were cute but wondered when the story would really kick in. But then the second half happened, and BOY DID IT EVER kick things up a notch.

I’m glad Dae-woong found out the truth one episode after Mi-ho did, because I hate these noble idiots who always decide to shoulder big burdens without telling the other person, thinking they’re sparing them pain. And I love that the growth is as much an emotional, mental thing as it is a romantic one — as the story progresses, the more Dae-woong is becoming assured of himself. His speech at the end? HOT DAMN it was fantastic. As I mentioned in the recap, the motif of “halfway” was done particularly well — it was built into multiple aspects of this episode with the 50 days, the crosswalk, the sandglass.

I’m sure we’ve all harbored our own theories and suspicions about what would happen with the fox bead, but I was still happily surprised by Dae-woong’s decision to remove it now. I wasn’t expecting him to be so decisive or commanding, but he really impressed me with his reaction. I was not surprised that he ran back to Mi-ho instead of running away (that was a gimme), but his conclusion about taking that step together was a very nice twist on that expectation.

It has the added benefit of flouting known gumiho lore — Dong-joo can’t interfere because he doesn’t have all the answers — and this sets up a metaphor I particularly enjoy: they’re heading into the unknown together.


185 Comments from the Beanut Gallery
  1. me.wuz.heer

    Wow! Thanks for the speedy recap!

  2. jackieness

    omo!the recap is here,,,Thanks!!!you complete my day!

  3. orangy911

    ::scream:: this episode was killer. The cute moments made me grin like an idiot…but GAHH THE ENDING. OMG I wanna know what’s going to happen……….sighh. I really hope they end up together….::spazz::

    Okay. I’m going to calm down. Thank you for the recap as always. =)

    • 3.1 melanie

      there are so many cute moments of them together that made me smile like crazy too πŸ™‚

      the part where mi ho was hiding from dw at the fountain, what she said reminded me so much of Autumn’s Concerto, a Taiwanese drama when gx had cancer and he left his love a letter that if he didn’t live, he told her to move on and not be hurt. but if she remembered him once in a while, it was okay.

      • 3.1.1 bubbic

        I looooovvveeeeddd Autumn’s Concerto it was so gooodddd. I dare say it is THE best Taiwanese drama I’ve ever watched~!

  4. sintia

    thnks javabeans, i’ve been waiting like crazy

  5. hoiyan

    thanks for the awesome recap! πŸ˜€
    can’t wait to watch it soon! ^^

  6. atsirk

    I want to smile soooo bad :((
    I want to watch this episode πŸ™‚

  7. ali

    gosh i really have to have to watch this episode now….dammed homework and school

    thanks for the recap

  8. hunterbear

    omg thank you thank you thank you thank you. I was torn between this episode, bones, and big bang theory. Guess the decision wasn’t all that hard to make :).

    Man JB, you really beat GF to the better episode didncha? I loved episode 13, and it was mostly DW that did it for me. I can’t stop gushing over his awesome-ness. I’m completely, totally in love. So much so in fact, that I am considering quitting my job, and devoting my life to constructing a woong-bot (I must resort to desperate means since GF doesn’t share..boohoo). But jokes aside, this was definitely one of the best episodes of the series. I wonder how the hong sisters do it everytime.

    • 8.1 hunterbear

      Oh and this may be random but the ice cream store….South Korea has Coldstone?

      • 8.1.1 kimkim

        Yes. And interestingly (because I’ve never seen this in the States), Baskin Robbins stores in Korea also serve Cold Stone- like ice cream.

        • hunterbear

          Baskin Robbins does too? Wow..yeah that is interesting.

      • 8.1.2 Lee

        It’s a Baskin Robins I recognised the writing

    • 8.2 Butet

      Will this Woong-bot be massed produced? If so I would like to place an order for one.. if not two.

      • 8.2.1 hunterbear

        LOL. Idk..maybe I’ll take customized orders. But knowing my fickle heart, I’ll prolly jump ship when another cutesy pants male lead comes through.

  9. asianromance

    Thank you for the recap!!!

    “I was still happily surprised by Dae-woong’s decision to remove it now. I wasn’t expecting him to be so decisive or commanding, but he really impressed me with his reaction.” —-> I was really surprised too. I had guesses about what could happen at the end, but it never occurred to me that they had that option of transferring the bead at midpoint open. Good job Daewoong!

    I think No Minwoo looks less girly in this episode. They went easy on the makeup.

  10. 10 Butet


    (at the moment, that is all I can say)

    and THANK YOU!

  11. 11 jaded

    I’m really,realllllllly dying to know what will gonna happen next. Thank you for the wonderful recap.

  12. 12 questions987

    Speculation: the beginning of the drama had the legend of the gumiho stating that she could become human if she married a human male. But fear and jealousy lead to no human male accepting her and no mother allowing their son to marry her. As a result, she sat and waited and waited and was finally put in the picture at some point. My point being.

    I think that’s the answer, she has to marry him or mate with him to become human without either dying.

    • 12.1 Alex Wyller

      Hell yea sister..
      It would be a great to seen one episodes with this scene.. fully hardcored unrated mating scene of dae-woong and Mi-ho.. Ho Ho..

    • 12.2 dimples

      Oh yeah! That might be the answer for them to live happily ever after.

    • 12.3 asta17

      Actually, that’s what happened with the little mermaid, so it’s equally fitting. If you will recall, when the sea witch turns the mermaid into a girl, her requirement for the mermaid to become a full human is to have the boy fall in love with her and marry her. The only difference between the Anderson version and the disney is that only in the disney one was she able to accomplish this

  13. 13 jaeyeon

    OMG im going crazy over this ep!!! it was really wowwww. thank you so much!! xD this makes my day. i havent seen ep 14 yet but i cant wait now. i wonder how theyll end this drama.. so many flying rumors on extensions and stuff.

  14. 14 kiki

    awesome recap! thank you πŸ™‚

  15. 15 Jewels

    Thanks for the recap JB. I’m presently sitting at Beijing airport waiting to board a plane to JFK. I have already downloaded episode 13 (raw) so I can watch it on the plane. I am so glad that I am able to read your recap so I can understand what’s going on.

    So far, I’m loving this drama.


  16. 16 meowmeow

    Thanks for the recap ! Love this drama !

  17. 17 Mediet

    OMG…Thank u JB for the speedy recap..I can’t watch the episodes right now becos they are not subbed…But i relinquish in your recap…Reading it makes me WANT WANT WANT to watch the episodes more badly T_T

  18. 18 misa

    gah! im dying to watch it now..if only i can watch it here in the office..haha!

    thanks for the wonderful recap JB! πŸ™‚

  19. 19 imel

    totally lost for words……for this episode…*sigh*

  20. 20 leila8mae

    I. LOVE. THIS.

    MGIAG has really placed itself in a special spot in my heart. I love Seung Gi and the twist of the story about going to the “unknown together” always is a plus for me since I love a story that keeps me thinking and not predictable (in a way).. this series is very interesting and I hope it keeps up until the end, next week.. sad that it will end at 16.. I was hoping for MORE.. MORE hoi-hoi awesomeness!! and MORE LOVE!! β™₯

  21. 21 Maria


  22. 22 K4Ice4Thu

    This was a fantastic episode – especially the end part..I love Daewoong’s speech; so powerful and meaningful..and man did i ever cry in this episode..

    You got an awesome episode to recap JB! Thank so so so very much!
    Can’t wait to read GF’s later ^^v

  23. 23 temposoul

    thank you so much πŸ™‚

  24. 24 moomooye

    I’m so thrilled with this episode’s ending!!! I was really glad they didn’t use the “I’m leaving to protect you” scheme. Now everything is out in the open, no misunderstandings, no lies.

  25. 25 trixicopper

    Thank you so much for another wonderful recap! Wow! Who knew that once DW put on his bigboy pants he would be so completely awwwwsome.That last scene at the airport was a real killer. Our little manchild has manned up QUITE nicely. πŸ™‚

  26. 26 simplemaine

    omo!! am i the first?hehehe
    Thanks so much jb for this ever so wonderful recap!!!im so excited to watch this episode!

  27. 27 nixxochick

    i LOVE it!!

  28. 28 imaddictedtoyou

    argh! what happen next??!!!!

  29. 29 ilukd

    one of the best
    lee seungi and shin minha are awesome
    this is mind blowing drama
    thnaks for review

  30. 30 sl

    Oh man…
    I think this is one of the few dramas where I honestly have NO clue how it’ll end. Especially considering that the writers are still changing the script right now.
    hoi hoi?

  31. 31 balletbabe

    All I can say is that, so far this has been one heck of a GREAT DRAMA, complete with all the right emotions!!!

  32. 32 nadiyah

    my tears could not stop falling down :'(
    please have a happy ending !!!
    or else i don’t know what to do!!!

  33. 33 eb

    thanks for the recaps! i loved the ending of this episode.

  34. 34 starling

    OMG.. YAY.
    thanks so much :]

    just wondering tho,
    does anyone know where to watch it with subs?
    viikii doesnt have it yet >__<"

  35. 35 Anonymous

    “….another woman will take her place by his die. ”

    by his die? hehe.

  36. 36 SecretAddiction

    Thanks for the great recap!!!! MGIAG is the BEST SHOW EVER!! πŸ˜‰ I love it how it’s a love that they fight for against all odds…. <3 thanks again !!!

  37. 37 miniejungle

    this is awesome! i can’t wait to see what happens in the next ep! thanks JB and i’m looking forward to girlfriday’s recap!

  38. 38 evelia

    Thank you for the recap. This has been my favorite drama. I am glad both decided together and not settle for what the gumiho hunter is telling them.

  39. 39 tqah

    Awesome recap. THANK YOU JB!

    I haven’t watch this episode yet but i’m not regretting reading the recap first. OMG! They are so sweet. I wonder how will the final episode would be. πŸ˜€

  40. 40 ems

    like seriously, i followed this drama like crazy!!
    and i cant bear for it to end any time soon, but i really need to know all the happy ending…. -_-”

    anyhow, thank you ever so much for the recap u posted for us gumiho lovers *hugs*

  41. 41 cheanne

    Great…..super great episode and recap…..Thanks

  42. 42 melanie

    thank you so much for the recap!
    i havent watched yet but this seems pretty epic. and congrats to mgiag on the ratings πŸ™‚ hope it continues to rise despite the competition next week. i mean, there’s only 2 episodes left

  43. 43 bishbash

    OMO! i was having goosebumps all over reading that last bit!

    i think with a happy ending, this drama is gonna satisfy all the inner fantasies of ours ;p

  44. 44 fiey

    Thank you so much JB for this speedy awesome recap!!

    really, how did Hong sisters do it? straight 13 great episodes! i’ve been worrying they will go downhill with their live-shoot filming right now, but things just keep getting better & better! thumbs up to MGIG team!

    epic ending this episode is!

    i have watched Ep14 and eagerly want to understand whats going on and said. cant wait for GF’s recap!

  45. 45 miss_procrastination


  46. 46 curiouscat

    thanks much for the recaps!!!! =)

  47. 47 reverie

    OMG!!! smart Daewoong!!!! or should I say, smart Hong sister. This is entirely a path that we didn;t see. Who would have thought for them to meet half way????

  48. 48 lovenyc52

    thank you thank you thank you JB!!!

    gawd i love this show. i love how it throws us unexpectedly. i love both the Cute and the Angst.

    i love it all.

    3 more till the end… god help me…

  49. 49 Jobz

    O.M.G.!!! I downloaded the raw for ep13 and I just can’t wait for the subs to come out! Thank you very much jb yet again for another awesome recap. πŸ™‚

  50. 50 hyunjoo

    emo boy’s angry expression in that final scene was the best acting he’s done all season

    • 50.1 Meimei

      totally. I was crying because of his facial expression, not because of the couple haha. and the song by the time his face was shown, PRICELESS.

      matinnngggg is the answerrrrr

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