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Mary Stayed Out All Night: Episode 7

Finally, some DRAMA up in this drama! It’s certainly about time, I tell ya. Things finally come to a head, punches are thrown, lips get kissed, and everyone gets spun around due to the overabundance of those pesky feelings. The last episode sincerely had me believing the two boys were more into each other than Mary (thanks jb), but in this episode they finally come around and start to fall for our girl. (Not that we’re not…keeping that other option open…)

 
EPISODE 7 RECAP

Mu-gyul makes his declaration that Mary is his woman (more specifically, his wife) in front of Seo-jun and the whole party, dragging Mary out. Seo-jun stands agape as the band members behind her mutter that Mu-gyul went and outed himself, when he told them to keep it under wraps. She confirms with one look from Jung-in that she was the only one who didn’t know, throwing her glass down in anger.

Mary pulls free from Mu-gyul, shouting at his rash behavior. They start arguing, but Jung-in comes to split them up…by decking Mu-gyul in the face. Mu-gyul responds in kind, and the two end up in a round of fisticuffs, with Mary struggling to get the two hot boys to stop fighting over her. Hm. Sounds a lot like this dream I had…

Jung-in shouts that Mu-gyul isn’t thinking about things from Mary’s point of view (and breaking the terms of the contract), which is exactly when the struggle sends Mary to the ground, clutching her forehead in pain. Yeah doofuses. Stop groping each other and pay attention to the girl. Remember her?

Mary takes Mu-gyul to her house to treat his wound, wondering what on earth made him blurt out that they were married. He doesn’t know either; it just came out. It’s called jealousy, dear. He peers tenderly at the bruise on her forehead, making her feel awkward again at his touch.

She yells at him for breaking the contract, worried what her dad will say, and to his credit, he apologizes. She says an apology isn’t going to cut it, but he reminds her that she dragged him into this charade for weeks with nothing but an “I’m sorry.” She acknowledges as much, but isn’t about to let him off the hook for being irresponsible, adding that he simply used her to one-up Jung-in. Hurt, she spits out, “What do you really think of me?!” and goes to her room in a huff.

Mu-gyul goes home and gets blocked trying to write, and re-reads Mary’s note about their made-up backstory, “Love’s Traffic Accident.” He smiles to himself as he remembers their early encounters. Aw, feelings. Welcome to the party. He thinks about her words that he just always does what he likes, with no sense of responsibility for his actions.

So…he shows up to work early the next morning, to greet Mary with public displays of cuteness, declaring that he’s got to work hard to feed his wife. This just pisses off an already wounded Jung-in, who is hilariously sporting a side-bang sweep, to cover up his bruise. Haha. I swear, the boys in this drama and their hair.

They get interrupted by the shouting entrance of Jung-seok, yelling about the announcement that the drama would be pre-produced. Mary sees him and grabs Mu-gyul to run away…running smack dab into her father, who’s just arrived.

Everyone sits down for a pow-wow, and the dads of course freak out (Dad is especially pissed about Mu-gyul’s hair. Listen, you’re the one who believed that ridiculous wig was real. It’s not like the Great Hair Con of 2010, or something.) Mary decides that she’ll quit the company, so that Mu-gyul can stay. Huh? Why? I don’t see why it’s any different to have the two boys working together without you…unless you’re bowing out to let ’em have sexy fun times in the office. Just sayin’.

Mu-gyul doesn’t want her to quit (because she loves dramas) but Jung-in assures him that she’ll still be working for the screenwriter, outside of the office. He acknowledges that Mu-gyul has won Round 1. The boys have a stare-off as they prepare for Round 2. Okay, drama queens. Mary just sighs.

She schleps over to Mu-gyul’s place, only to find his mom lounging on the couch, suitcase in tow for a lengthy stay. Funny how your lengthy stays usually last less than twelve hours. She drags Mary along to the grocery store, for some ice cream. There, she gets the bright idea to have Mary make some more kimchi, so they return and Mary slaves over another batch, all the while leaving Mu-gyul voicemails to hurry home.

Work goes well at the studio, and Jung-in is pleased with Mu-gyul’s work on the OST. Seo-jun arrives, after having been MIA for a few days, and asks to speak to Mu-gyul alone. She asks angrily how he could do this, when he swore up and down that he’d never get married. She’s upset that they lied to her, and slaps Mu-gyul across the face, calling him the one thing he hates to hear: an unlucky bastard.

Back at home, Mary hears Mu-gyul’s mom saying the phrase, and she asks her why Mu-gyul hates to be called that. She answers that it’s because she had him at seventeen, so he was unplanned, and it was the one thing he heard all his life, growing up. (Because the phrase itself means something closer to “unfortunate mistake.”)

Jung-in tries to talk Seo-jun down, as she angsts over Mu-gyul and threatens to quit the drama. Oh, where’s your devotion to the project NOW? Jung-in is surprised that she’s so upset over it, and she plants a seed of doubt in his mind: Mu-gyul would never marry, and never someone like Mary, at that. She’s not his style. Says the EX-girlfriend.

Mu-gyul arrives home to find Mary slaving over yet another batch of kimchi, and this time, he adorably sits down to help her. They have another typical married couple conversation, her complaining about the mother-in-law, and him apologizing and being sweet to make up for it. Aw. Seriously, the cuteness of these two is just ridiculous. Mom notes their adorableness as well, saying that they really seem like newlyweds.

But by the time she runs out for a snack and returns, Mary’s dad has shown up to yell at Mu-gyul for making Mary make all this kimchi. She tries to intervene, and then the two parents start a yelling match, ending in Dad grabbing Mu-gyul by the collar, and Mom biting Dad’s hand in retaliation. Mary finally manages to drag Dad away, but not before he takes a load of kimchi as recompense. Heh.

The next day, Mary and Mu-gyul apologize to each other yet again for their parents. She’s calling from Jung-in’s house, where she’s brought her friends as social buffers to keep from being awkward with Jung-in. While she’s on the phone, Jung-in takes the opportunity to ask about Mary not wearing a wedding ring, which her friends say was skipped because the wedding was rushed, but they do have couple rings—14-karat gold ones.

Her friends leave, and Jung-in asks Mary herself about the rings, and gets the same response, except she says that the couple rings are silver. That’s enough for Jung-in to ask plainly if Mary and Mu-gyul really got married for love. She gets flustered, and takes off, to avoid getting caught in another lie.

Mary heads over to Mu-gyul’s place in the rain, only to run into Seo-jun outside. She asks Mary who wanted to get married first, and Mary replies truthfully that she did. She also adds that there are extenuating circumstances, and that she can’t explain, but that Mu-gyul was just following her request to keep it all a secret. She runs off, leaving Seo-jun stewing in anger.

When Mu-gyul shows up, Seo-jun lays into him for lying to her, even though she does apologize for calling him the one thing she shouldn’t have. When she mentions that he’s being evasive just like Mary, he worries what she might have said to Mary, just angering her more. She notes the mittens, sourly realizing that back when she had first seen the yarn there, he did in fact have a girl—it was Mary.

She gets up, announcing that her pride is wounded (oh, geez, people who care more about their pride than their hearts) and turns her back to him, as tears start to fall. I in no way feel sorry for this girl, but Mu-gyul seems to feel bad for wounding her.

Mary runs away to the bookstore, and Jung-in follows her there (having come to Mu-gyul’s to bring her an umbrella), and they have a bonding moment over their love of books and poems and bookstores. Finally, some cuteness for the other couple. They adorably sit amongst the books and read together, stealing glances. Yay, for dorky cute.

Seo-jun and Mu-gyul sit on the couch, staring at each other silently. She reaches over to feel his forehead, since he’s shivering from getting rained on all day. She asks what his real feelings are for Mary, and he answers truthfully that it began as a joke, but it didn’t end up that way.

Mu-gyul: She’s…like family to me.
Seo-jun: Isn’t family something annoying and burdensome to you?
Mu-gyul: It was. But now, when I think of Mary, I feel like…this is what family is supposed to be.

She jumps to the conclusion that he was able to be with her over a month because she’s like family…and therefore not a woman in his eyes. Mu-gyul tells her that Mary is loyal, but she tells him that he’ll end up doing what he always does: bail when things get tough.

She leaves to go grill his bandmates over Mu-gyul’s relationship with Mary, asking how and when they got married. They stumble through the details, but essentially cover for them.

Mary and Jung-in continue their date, going to the local open market. She warms to him, and Jung-in marvels at the cuteness of Mary. Over dinner she asks what he meant by calling his father a god. He tells her that when he was younger, he was kidnapped and his father rescued him, and raised him this way to make him stronger.

Uh….what now? Seriously, Show? First of all, didn’t you get kidnapped BECAUSE of your father’s shady business dealings? And what kind of father wouldn’t rescue his son? Is that somehow supposed to make you any more beholden than a regular son, especially when Daddy is still making threats to you that you’ll have no home to return to, if you don’t succeed at both business and love? Weird ass family.

Mu-gyul lies in bed, getting sicker by the minute, and finally caves. He calls Mom, begging for her to pick up, but she doesn’t. Aw, puppy. He calls Mary next, who answers in front of Jung-in. She notices right away that he sounds sick, and starts yelling into the phone about running around in the rain and letting himself get sick.

It’s that tone that you involuntarily take on, when you’re worried about someone you care about. The nagging mom voice just comes out. Jung-in notes it with a pang of jealousy, as Mary tells Mu-gyul to stay put while she gets him some medicine.

So what does the stupid boy do? He WAITS OUTSIDE. Gah, Drama, I know you need him to be outside, but that’s just dumb. Sickie, go back to bed! He decides he can’t wait any longer, and goes to get some medicine himself.

Mary and Jung-in arrive, and she gives him the fluffy socks she bought at the market. She thanks him for opening up to her, and tells him to share his feelings more often, and to not be so afraid of his father. She adorably tells him that if he wears the socks to sleep, he won’t have any more nightmares (Aw) and he smiles.

She turns to leave, but he calls her name, and grabs her in a sudden kiss. Aw, yeah.

Of course Mu-gyul arrives just at that moment, and in a flash of anger, he decks Jung-in. Mary rushes between them and Jung-in stands there in shock, as Mu-gyul angrily takes her inside.

He yells at her for bringing Jung-in there, and Mary rushes him to bed to keep him warm. There shivering under the covers, Mu-gyul tells her, “Let’s stop.” She agrees to quit arguing, but he says it again, this time with a tear.

Mu-gyul: I don’t know if it’s just that I want to win, or if it’s because I like you. I can’t figure out if it’s fake, or real. I’m tired. Let’s end it.

Her eyes fill with the most tears any eyes could possibly hold (seriously, they’re like two-gallon capacity) as she agrees. She says it’s been hard on her too, and apologizes.

She hides in the corner to let her tears out, not wanting to cry in front of Mu-gyul, but then decides that she can’t go like that. She rushes back to take care of him while he’s sick, and puts a towel to his forehead. He throws it down in anger, yelling at her to stop, and she yells back that she knows the contract is over, but that she’ll just take care of him while he’s sick, and then go. Aw, Mary, you’re killing me.

She makes him soup and feeds him, melting his anger.

Seo-jun doesn’t get what she wants from Mu-gyul’s friends and declares that she’ll never see them again, so one of them finally caves and promises to tell her everything. Ugh. Of course you would.

Meanwhile, Jung-seok finally finds out about what happened at the party and throws a fit. He decides to go to Hongdae, and pick up Mary’s dad on the way. Oh dear. Why do I smell a congregation of most awkward proportions, headed our way?

Jung-in still stands outside of Mu-gyul’s place in the rain, stunned by his own surge of feelings and this whole mess of a situation. Seo-jun arrives, and he stops her from going in.

Mu-gyul wakes up to find Mary asleep on the floor next to the bed, and he puts the blanket over her, sighing because, well, girl won’t help him NOT love her.

The dads arrive to have another screamfest at Mu-gyul’s expense, until Mary’s dad finally crumples in tears over how this kid has ruined his only daughter, who he raised with such care. OH REALLY, Dad? Mary’s mother is turning over in her grave to hear you claim such things.

Mary tries to stop him from hurting Mu-gyul, who’s barely standing in his state. She finally decides to put an end to it once and for all. Of course, since this is a Major Declaration, all parties must be present, so Jung-in and Seo-jun arrive to the party, just as Mary declares:

“It’s all a lie. Mu-gyul and I aren’t married.”

 
COMMENTS

Well, it’s certainly better than what we’ve been getting so far, since there was actual conflict in this episode, and lots of feelings rising to the surface, from every corner of the love-square. I particularly liked both boys’ realization of their feelings for Mary, as they seemed within character for each. Mu-gyul finds himself attached to Mary despite his abhorrence for…attachments, and Jung-in finds himself taken with Mary’s warmth when he had these grandiose plans of being detached from the whole love-in-marriage thing.

While both of them are spurred forward by jealousy and competition, it’s the little moments with Mary that make them actually fall for her—her love of poems, her knitting mittens, her gift of socks, her soup-making. She’s just so genuinely sweet (which Moon Geun-young sells to a tee) that they can’t help but love her.

I especially love the warmth of her character as a motif. She’s a kind of emotional warmth that neither of the men have had in their lives, and it’s echoed in the mittens that she knits for Mu-gyul, which he holds to his face while he thinks of her, and then again in the socks she buys for Jung-in, which he touches to his face, and then breaks into a rare smile.

I’m not going to pin my hopes on this plot shift, say, making any more sense than the previous road we were on, or getting rid of the clunky use of clichés and reliance on coincidence. But perhaps with the fake marriage out of the way, we’ll get some true admission of feelings without the contract to fall back on as an excuse. Let’s see Mary and Mu-gyul make an effort to stay in orbit when nothing dictates that they have to.

I have a feeling I might be happier with this shift in the dynamic, because for one, I’m getting tired of the we’re-married-I-swear runaround, and I feel like we’ve been going in circles for some time now. Let’s get this bus moving in a new direction, shall we?

On a superficial note, my biggest disappointment in this episode is the dearth of Mu-gyul-onstage scenes. No “Please Take Care, Oh Bus, My Bus” for me? Not that I don’t love angsty Jang Geun-seok, but he’s 30% less hot than Jang-Geun-seok-on-stage. Trust me. I crunched the numbers.

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my only problem is watching mugyul aka JGS is prettier than MGY aka Mary....
doesnt expect a lot about this drama but purely entertainment..and as long as this entertain me, that's enough

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This had to be the best episode soo far and im lovin it! cant wait to see the rest of it. I have to say that there is always some kind of stupid drama in all the dramas like someone had to die or sacrafice themself and the reason i like this one soo much is because the actors are soo HOT! that just keeps me wanting more! Thanks for the recap!!can't wait to see more :)

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thank you for making this blog & giving complete details per scene! it really helps us know what's happening since english subs for each episodes are taking a bit longer.. Thank you so much! please dnt get tired on doing this! can't thank you enuf!

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YES!!!!! finallly jung in is doing someting!!! yes!!
man i ship mokyul and maeri but
after reading this recap i am starting to ship her with jungin.
finally she told everyone that the marriage is fake. i thought they would keep it a secret till the end... XD

I love your recaps they are so much fun to read!

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thanks for the recaps!

it's going to be hard on Mae Ri because even as an onlooker, i can't even make up my mind which guy to choose.

we should have had two Mae Ris so that neither of the boys will cry in the end.

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the next time i'm doing this....the page refreshing thing...I'll make sure I count them....

Love the recaps GF and it is wonderfully written...as always... :)

My heart is torn for MG & JI and I feel for MR and I hope she will make a wise decision...hehehe or rather the scripte writer...LOL!

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Some saying that Mary & Mu Guyl seem like sibling. But they started to change already since they start realising their feelings towards each other.
Since Ep 6 and now 7, the drama is much better. I also feel a lot of meanings in it now. Love with marriage and in relations with each one's own family. The parents may be radiculous but they are parents, they just simply think that they are doing good for their children (though sometimes, actually for themselves).
I like the way Mu Guyl seriously thinks of his feelings for Mary.He seems to cry, not because he is sick, he is jealous, he is angry,...but because he hurts, he feels inconfident to love and comfort Mary who says she really needs a family, things that Mu Gyul used to never know about and not sure he can bring to Mary.
Meanwhile, Mary starts to know she likes Mu Guyl better but thinks he don't want to get married and like freedom better so don't dare to come to him or urge him or press him to help her situation.
Both are in love now, and so the fake marriage contract broke.
But for me, this episode is a break through, a fake marriage never be able to exist. It died for a real one coming true.
I love this drama now (not only about the cuteness from the begining) for its meaningful messages.

Jang and Moon acted well (I cry when they cry, laugh when they laugh). The 2nd lead actor/actress have their acting space now.We saw more of their emotional scences.

I just don't like the parents :D but that what they made success to make us hate them.

Can't wait to see next episode.
Love Jang Geun Suk!

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Mu Gyul has repeatedly stated that he has never dated anyone for over a month. That means he was with Seo Jun for about a month and this was over a year ago. In addition, Mu Gyul hasn't led her on at all. When she asked to start over, he flat out said no. He also hasn't done anything to encourage her to stay in his life. She has done that on her own, partly by using his friends. I can see why she is mad that he lied to her, but I still don't think that she had the right to flip out, slap him, grill his friends, and confront Mary. That behavior would be outrageous even for a current gf whose bf is cheating. This is why I don't sympathize with her character. Oh, and the lack of acting talent isn't helping her case either.

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It's amazing, the scence Mu Guyl cried is not in the script. He just couldn't control his true feeling during acting.

Actually, Ep 7 is the best episode up to now. So many feelings and meanings. I've just read through a forum of Mary drama's viewers. The comments are so thoughtful and sotisphicated. Now I start to believe this is a real good drama (not just a cute drama with excellent actors). Moon and Jang's crying scences are touchful and show their confused and complicated feelings towards each other.
I can't help posting a second comment here.
Feel relieved for the whole drama's production team with good feed back from viewers now.

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@ girlfriday

The last screencap of JR waiting outside and stopping SJ from going in, that's was a matured thinking man who had been hit by his rival, who thinks for MR only.

A man who cares about MR although he repeatedly say it was a business arranged marriage and had registered under Korean law.

Are they truly legally married by the law ? and need only be acknowledged through customary rites to become husband and wife ?. Thank you.

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hie thnaks for the recap its really fun to read.

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Thank u GF for such great fun recaps..the drama is really taking off now, I loved the first 6 episodes, they might have been slow for many ppl, but to me it was perfect to set up what is to come.

The end of ep. 7 was the catalyst, MG opening up about his confused feelings toward MR. Then we have MR suffering caused she has intrude and make MG life very difficult and crazy. To end this she decided to tell the truth about the whole marriage thing and own up to her responsibility. I love that backbone from MR, she might seem a little bit naive, but the girl got spunk and is resourceful, I mean she helped MG with the contract and is helping the writing team.

I know many ppl are torn between JI and MG....but if we look at this way, JI is the typical Mr. Darcy in a drama who usually ends up with the girl, and I think that what the writters are trying to give us, the typical male lead who doesn't know about love, distant, cold, and with a tragic pass, and here comes cheery Mary to brightup his whole life and show him meaning to it. But then comes the hippie, carefree musician to turn everything upside down, cause if it wasn't for MG, JI and MR would have been married by now. So, the drama shows that life never goes according to plan, specially about LOVE.

I'll keep watching for SURE!!!!!

Can u guys imagined if MR and MG really marry this time for real?.... :P

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I love you dramabeans!!!

i havent even read anything yet and i'm dying of cuteness over the pictures. how amazing was the episode 6 ending??!! I swear, without your episode 7 review, i would have a sleepless night. lol. its so hard to choose which guy suits her most!

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WAH // so excited for the next episode D;

The subs need to come quickly, yeah?

Its too good to miss D':

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I love this drama, especialy MG,even though he seems careless about everything, I can feel that he is very lonely inside. The part when he was in bed, talking and crying was heartbreaking for me.And his mother is one of the worst mother in the world, where was she when her son wanted her the most ?.

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oh this drama just got intresting... i can't wait to see the next episodes .... hope she'll end up with Mu gyul... but i'm not really sure... first i thought the rich guy wanted to mary her only because of his father... but now she finally got through him... he never shows how he feels... i have to admit it was kind of awkward seeing them two kiss... but if you think about it Mu gyul really likes too... she should stick with him since he told her how he feels...
"I don’t know if it’s just that I want to win, or if it’s because I like you. I can’t figure out if it’s fake, or real" please just stop playing with words and just say I'M IN LOVE WITH YOU... she's already confused as it is...

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oh thanks for the recaps it really helped... even though i'm trying to learn korean it's quite different from what i thought happened while watching the episodes without SUBTITLES!!!!

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I WANT MARY AND JUNG-IN ..they are so fine together...OMG once and for all can they just let the 2nd male lead to be with the girl???? he is totally so hot to me*_* i would take him hahha...thanks so much for the recap..love ya

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Me too! Let the 2nd lead have a happy ending please.

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NIce drama...I love JKS,MGY....but since there r ppl who want mary and jung-in to be together,why dont we hope them to be together and let mu gyul die in the end?I am sure eels would be crying like mad XD

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i really love this drama. i can't decide which of two guys are better. i love all the characters in this drama. and also love reading all of your comments it's really make my day. love you all guys!

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This EP 7 Jung In play it awesome. I agree with No.49 his kiss scene is hotter than MGY. and show more sensitive scene. I kind of turn to JI more than MGY. cheer mary to JI now.

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Wow KJW is such a good kisser.Ha Ha Ha
The way he used his hand and the lip press to her mouth is awesome.

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Still duno who Mary is in love with. But i'm in love with Jungin - rich, handsome, smart, understanding and mature. Dude#2 shipper!

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Still duno who Mary is in love with. But i'm in love with Jungin - rich, handsome, smart, understanding and mature. Dude#2 shipper!

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why does everyone want Mary to be with Jung In.... i need Mu Gyul fans... he needs her too you know... plus they match perfectly...
she doesn't have a mom, he doesn't have a dad... they both don't have enough money... both of their parents are always in trouble and he helped her out!!!! AND MOST IMPORTANTLY THEY LIKE EACHOTHER...

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im sorry, but does anyone else thing that jung in might ACTUALLY be gay!?

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Very. Much. So! It's just the look he gives Mu Gyul...it's kinda creeping me out.

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i love love love your recaps. hilarious. thanks!

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@girlfriday

How are you 100% sure that JI's father is really his father?

The drama left me with the impression that it was his father that literally rescued him, as in his parents abandoned him after he was kidnapped and his father kind of adopted him... which would be why he was in the orphanage for a short time (Due to laws) and it would also account for why his father is God.

As in that's not his biological father... also because JI never mentions his mother.

Maybe I've watched too many K-dramas and it's warping my mind...

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omg, cuteness scenes from JI and Marry^.^. Sorry MG, I love you too but I love JI more in this drama, muahahaha

I think it may be more than a normal kidnap stuff for young JI. I'm still thinking that the scar accident may have some connection with kidnapping or maybe with JI's mom.Remind me of Japanese manga where the two young kids played together and the kidnappers mistakenly kidnap the poor young girl because they thought the rich kid is the girl one. The girl lost her memory about that until she meet the rich boy when they grown up ^.^

Anyway, thanks for the episode!

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wah i want jung in and moon geun young together :D...
boooooooooooooo. poor second leads.

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You can also see Mary Stayed up all Night with fast postings and clear pictures and subtitles at http://www.natnatvip-online.com :)

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GAH DRAMA, YOU ARE DOING SO WELL.
I was about to burst at the end.

Hope it stays on this track and gets more interesting..

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I have got to say, that this is the first Kdrama with such a difference in background music!! I mean Dilemma by Nelly, I'm Yours by Jason Mraz, and All By Myself by Celine Dion???? 1996, 2002, and 2005?? I'm loving it!! It's so different from the other shows that stick with all Korean bands (not that it's a bad thing). But they really do fit the scene/moment. And I'm loving the show!! I've also got to applaude Moon Geun-yeong for her wonderful acting abilities! When I started watching, I didn't check on the cast. But throughout the whole first episode I was thinking, man I know I've seen her before!! It's such a drastic change from her role in Cinderella's Sister! Just shows her awesome talent! My one complaint? Jang Geun Seok's hair. It is just not doing it for me. His 'fake' haircut looked -eh- but something's gotta change. It just bugs me... Otherwise, good show!

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Oh! And I just wanted to add that I don't prefer it either way, about the music, I just ALWAYS notice music! Whether it be a movie, drama, Korean, English, Spanish.... And I do so love Mu Gyul's songs!!! I just found the range of the music funny is all!

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I am annoyed with Seo-jun in this episode. I liked her to begin with but now I feel she is going to be the evil plotting type which makes me screeemm (inside). I mean they both said they were friends, but she is acting like she deserves explenation on what is going on. Uhh a) your not best friends b) you have no right to be all pissy. I honestly wish, and I have with so many other dramas, that the ladies that are targeted (Mary in this one) don't just take their shit (I understand its for the drama that there is cat fights but that dosn't mean that our girls have to take it like a sucka) I badly wanted Miguel and Mary to both be like "ITs NONE of your buisness" plain and simple. Where is Kim sam soon's back bone is it for sale?

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I'm late to the party, but yeah - thanks for the recaps! I've been watching this show on KBS World so I'm totally behind you guys. But I just saw this episode tonight and I'm swooning all over it. So sweet. It's lovely to read your summary of it.

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can you tell me the name of that book?

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