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49 Days: Episode 8

Han Kang! Kang-aaaaah! Why so cute? You’re killing me with your I-was-gruff-at-sixteen thing. Your bewilderment at feeling feelings is the most adorable thing about this drama, which is saying somethin’, since I’m including Reaper Boy and his array of pouty faces. Oh, now they’re warring… Can’t. Choose. Just. One.

Maybe they can have a shouting match, or a pout-off, to determine who is the meanest-with-a-heart-of-marshmallow of them all. Yeah, I’d buy tickets to that.

 
EPISODE 8 RECAP

In-jung walks into Min-ho’s apartment, and to her utter horror, she finds Ji-hyun (in Yi-kyung’s body) glaring right back at her. Ji-hyun’s the one with the upper hand here, despite being the help: for one, she’s the one with the proper invite, and two, she knows that In-jung’s relationship with Min-ho is super-secret. She turns that fact around on her, asking what the secretary is doing here, and how she knew the lock code.

In-jung lies that she’s here on an errand to deliver food, and Ji-hyun accepts it with a cold send-off. In-jung leaves, unable to shake the feeling that something is terribly amiss here. Yeah, I’d say so. That’s what happens when you date a sneaky bastard.

Sneaky Bastard arrives home soon after she leaves, and is quite flustered when Ji-hyun tells him about In-jung’s little visit. She notices that he comes home with a file, which he takes into his room.

He calls In-jung and suggests dinner out to do some damage control. (When he works In-jung like that, it makes my hair stand up on end.) Meanwhile, Ji-hyun re-enters the apartment to search for the mystery file, which he’s locked in his safe.

In-jung can’t understand why he’s hired Yi-kyung of all people as a housekeeper, which he just tries to brush off as no big deal. But she points out how out of character it is for him to help someone because she got fired, or give her a second chance when she was so rude to him.

He asks if in the two years he’s been with Ji-hyun, if he ever fell for her. She answers no. So…he was faithful to you…behind her back? Doesn’t that like, negate the definition of faithful? Whatever. No honor amongst these thieves. He refuses to discuss the matter further, feeling it beneath him to even consider falling for someone of Yi-kyung’s position. Evil AND snooty? You’re just going for the trifecta, aren’t you?

Ji-hyun returns home, finding that her new schedule gives her more free time. She decides to go for a run, deciding that the only thing she can do to repay Yi-kyung is to eat well and exercise. Aw, that’s adorable. I kinda love her for that. And for the way she talks to Yi-kyung, like she’s really an unni.

During her run, she starts getting chased by the sound of a ghost, running along beside her, and she freaks out. Um… duh, it’s your Scheduler, and HELLO, you’re a ghost too!

Reaper Boy shows up in workout gear, complete with sneakers that have wings on them. This kid’s wardrobe alone is a spectacle worthy of its own recaps. He teases her for not having any friends to gather tears from, and she makes excuses for them that they’re busy, and they don’t know how dire the situation is for her.

He figures that she’s trying to kill two birds with one stone, working for Min-ho, and raps her daily routine at her (gah, as if he isn’t cute enough). She asks if he’s ever just thought about his life for four days, which of course he hasn’t because he’s not alive.

She tells him that being trapped in Yi-kyung’s house made her realize how precious each day was, and how many things you could accomplish in just one day. Stop making me feel lazy, Show.

She promises to make each day count. He’s proud of her for growing up a little, but makes sure to nag that she not get into any more scrapes, please. She puts her arm around him, grateful for his concern, and he puts his arm around her and adds: “I’m worried about ME.” Heh. He points out that she’s his last troublemaker (because she’s the last of his reaper duties at the end of his five-year term). Yeah, I’m sure it’s just smooth sailing from here on out. No trouble at all.

He disappears, and she shouts that she’ll call. He looks on from above and scoffs that she thinks that they’re friends or something, all the while holding his arm out like she’s still there.

In-jung stops by Kang’s to do a little digging, and asks the waitress why Kang fired Yi-kyung if he likes her. She gets back an answer she doesn’t like: because she made a move for Min-ho. She gleans a second tidbit from that news too, realizing that Kang thinks a lot of Ji-hyun (to protect her fiancé), when they all assumed he disliked her.

Kang, meanwhile, is still worrying over Yi-kyung/Ji-hyun, thinking that she’s working at a bar because of him. Manager Oh catches him mid-reverie and tells him to go find her then, if he’s so worried.

Ji-hyun heads home and when she pops out, remembers to thank Yi-kyung sweetly. At the new coffee shop, Yi-kyung gets her first customer of the night: Dr. Noh. He smiles and says, “I seem like a stalker, right?” Haha—I was just going to say that exact thing! Points for self-awareness?

She tells him that he did the best he could as a doctor, and that “it” wasn’t his fault. He agrees—he’s always done his best as a doctor, and knows that he did everything he could. But then he adds that when he met her five years ago, he was a newlywed.

He had met Yi-kyung at the lowest point in her life, when he was at his happiest. But then three years ago, he watched his wife die in a car accident. He explains that there are some things that people can’t understand unless they go through it themselves.

He tells her that if she can’t forget, then to just miss him—that’s what he did, because he missed her so much. Okay, I’m now convinced that he’s not a stalker. Whew.

His words stir something in her, and she finally takes out a picture at home, as Ji-hyun watches. It’s a picture from grade school, of Yi-kyung with her little brother, Yi-soo. She finally lets herself remember and miss him, and she cries, as the Scheduler’s song “Scarecrow” plays on the soundtrack.

Ji-hyun wakes up and goes to Min-ho’s apartment to officially start work, and he adds a slew of tasks for her to do, including hand-washing his things, because he’s a little princess.

But then he notices the burn on her hand (from the espresso machine the night before) and it weighs on him. It finally niggles at his conscience (I know—he has one?) enough for him to duck out of work in the middle of the day to go back home.

In-jung spots him driving away and catches him red-handed in another lie, so she rushes over to Kang’s. She makes up the excuse that Min-ho is going ahead with the Haemido project believing that Kang is still onboard, and that Kang ought to go in person to make it clear, either way.

Ji-hyun uses her time to search for the file, finally discovering his secret safe, but Min-ho arrives before she can even make an attempt at safecracking. He gives her ointment for her burn, totally lying that he didn’t come back just for that.

They discover that while they were arguing, the pot she left on the stove has started to burn, and Min-ho rushes to open the door…just in time for Kang to appear, unannounced. Ruh-roh.

Kang flips his lid to see Yi-kyung there, and tries to wrist-grab her out of there. But she holds her ground, declaring that this is where she wants to stay. Even Min-ho looks surprised at that. In her head, Ji-hyun apologizes to Kang, that she’s got unfinished business here.

Poor Kang-ah. He’s all turned around, from jealousy mixed with his protective instinct, all the while being totally rejected. He asks, angry and disappointed, “Was it this all along?” She turns her back to him, and starts to cry.

Kang leaves, angry at himself for worrying over Yi-kyung so much that he was planning on finding her. Ji-hyun cries in the bathroom, unable to make things right with Kang. He heads back to work in a bear of a mood, and trashes his office, remembering her words that she had no interest in Min-ho, now thinking they’re all lies.

Meanwhile, Min-ho actually smiles to himself, thinking that Yi-kyung really does like him, what with her outright declaration to Kang that she wants to stay. He suggests they go out to dinner, and takes her to a small family restaurant that Ji-hyun notes he’s never brought her to.

He says it’s a place his mother used to frequent. She makes a jab that he must’ve brought his fiancée here, and that she has no intention of being treated like a woman by him. He calls what he thinks is her bluff: if she isn’t interested, why didn’t she leave with Kang when he re-offered her a job?

He says that he doesn’t trust a poor woman’s pride, which is completely condescending, of course, but it also sounds like he says it out of personal experience—as in, he’s familiar with being poor, and the lengths a person will go to, to rise above it. It’s an assumption on my part, but I think it speaks to his character’s motivation.

After eating they part, and she walks away wondering why he brought her to a place that’s special to him…a place he never brought Ji-hyun-in-Ji-hyun’s-body. She thinks back to all his weird behavior, and it dawns on her…”Kang Min-ho, what is this? Do you like Song Yi-kyung…I mean…me?”

At home, Ghost-Ji-hyun asks Yi-kyung what all this means. Does he like her? Or Yi-kyung? Yeah, it’s confusing for the rest of us too.

She follows Yi-kyung to work, and calls the Scheduler to meet her there. She whines that for a Scheduler, he sure does make people wait around a lot, but he thinks she should be grateful he even meets her at all.

He asks why they’re here, and she reminds him that he’s the one who doesn’t like being at Yi-kyung’s house, and he just breezes, “Here, there…” Another hint that it’s not so much the place as it is the third party involved that gives him that uncomfortable feeling.

She asks him for a favor: to track down Song Yi-soo. He tells her that he’s not a Help Center, and to do it herself. Her remaining days are his last days as a Scheduler too, so he’s got a lot to do before his term is up. Like rock out in Hongdae?

Ji-hyun: Cold bastard. You were a person once. When you were alive, you must’ve loved somebody.
Scheduler: I could’ve never had the chance to love anyone. I died early, you see. At 23. Shin Ji-hyun, have you died at 23? What do you think it feels like, to die at 23?
Ji-hyun: Why wouldn’t I know? It feels totally awful.
Scheduler: No, it feels unfinished. Crazy unfinished.
Ji-hyun: I thought you couldn’t remember anything.
Scheduler: My memories are gone, but the feeling remains. Do you think I’m living large as a scheduler for no reason? I died so young that I’m living out the life I didn’t get to live.

Ooof. Cut my heart out and serve it on a plate, why don’t you. Ji-hyun sighs that she feels bad for him too. He tells her to stop wasting his precious time with matters concerning Yi-kyung, then. But as he whirls around to leave, he comes face to face with her.

It’s a beautiful moment, the two of them suspended between dimensional rifts, the closeness stirring his heart. It shakes him, and he tells Ji-hyun not to call him with Yi-kyung around anymore, and leaves.

In-jung is dying of curiosity to find out what happened when she sent Kang over to Min-ho’s the other day, and she decides that Kang’s birthday is the perfect excuse. She knows that Seo-woo likes Kang and already has a present ready for him, and suggests they stop by tonight.

Aw, poor Seo-woo, who doesn’t know a thing about Kang’s undying crush on her best friend. It’s going to be even harder for Ji-hyun to get tears from Seo-woo if she finds out that Kang’s ALSO got a crush on Yi-kyung.

Dad makes an impromptu visit to the office, spurring Min-ho to follow him to the hospital in fear that something’s up. He witnesses Dad throwing up for what he realizes is now the second time. He senses that something’s amiss, and goes to ask the doctor, who TOTALLY JUST TELLS HIM, wtf? Anyway, Dad’s got a brain tumor, and he refuses to be operated on with Ji-hyun in her current state.

Ji-hyun spends her day in a war against the safe and its six-digit code. She actually does the math to find out the number of possibilities of six-digit combos, and hangs her head in frustration. She starts searching for some clues, and finds today’s date marked on Min-ho’s calendar as Kang’s birthday.

Manager Oh goes to wake up Birthday Boy, who’s been on a downward spiral, following his outburst at Yi-kyung. He drags him out and has to inform him that it’s his birthday today, and gives him traditional birthday soup.

Kang looks down, surprised that it has mussels in it, and asks if his mom told him that he likes it this way. Manager Oh tells him that Yi-kyung made the soup; she dropped it off earlier because she made too much and had extra.

He peers down at the soup, as we flashback to his high school days, when Mom had come to school bearing soup on his birthday. He acted like a brat, rejecting her and throwing the soup on the ground.

Later in class, Ji-hyun heads to the front to do a magic trick, asking for bets on where her bottle cap will end up. Kang reliably makes a snide remark so she singles him out on the bet: if she wins, he has to do whatever she says.

He loses, and follows her outside, where she spreads out a lunchbox feast and tells him that his punishment is to eat with her. He looks down and sees his mother’s soup. Angry and embarrassed, he asks her if she saw everything.

Ji-hyun: “You’re the size of a mountain, but you treat your mom that way?” As in: you’re grown, but why are you still acting like a child? She basically has to bully him into eating the soup, and he finally caves, but only if she turns around while he eats.

Omg, his embarrassment is the cutest thing. She happily turns around and tells him to eat every last drop. He obliges, even cracking a smile, while her back is turned. I can see why he fell in love with her. And also why she never knew.

Back in the present, he puts his spoon down, head and heart totally spun around. He shouts, exasperated, “Why the hell is this woman like this?!” LOL.

He asks Manager Oh if Yi-kyung really brought this, and he confirms it, adding that she technically asked him not to say anything. That just confuses Kang even more, as he says, “This is my mother’s birthday soup. I don’t know what this feeling in my heart is. Is it because of Shin Ji-hyun, or Song Yi-kyung? I don’t know.”

And with that, he bolts, running right past In-jung and Seo-woo. He heads straight to Min-ho’s place and rings the doorbell and bangs on the door shouting Yi-kyung’s name.

She hesitates, but finally lets him in, and he asks her again why she’s here. “If you’re interested in Min-ho, then say so, and this’ll be the end of it.” He waits, and she says nothing. That’s enough of an answer for him, as he tells her to stop it then, and drags her out, laundry be damned.

 
COMMENTS

Raah! Kang-ah! I’m totally swooning right now. Well, I pretty much feel the same way about Laundry Min-ho, so go, go Kang! I’m kind of torn between wanting him to figure things out and not (because he’s got a lot of the puzzle pieces, this guy), but either way his character is progressing nicely.

I kind of laughed to see him as a teenager, being just as gruff to his mom for reasons yet unknown, because I dunno why—I just like the idea that he’s always been a curmudgeony guy. Like an old man trapped in the body of a sixteen-year old. Well, a thirtysomething playing sixteen, but whatever. I lived through 90210. I can suspend my disbelief for just about anything.

I’m finally coming around to the Ji-hyun/Kang pairing too, not that I was against it or anything. But her character is progressing nicely too, so I like the idea that they’re both growing as people because of each other, unwittingly.

Well, the Scheduler also has a lot to do with Ji-hyun’s growth, particularly her increasingly sweet relationship with Yi-kyung (one-sided though it is). I like that she’s becoming less selfish and actually spending some of her precious time taking care of Yi-kyung’s body and trying to find her brother.

I’m sure it’s not a spoiler at this point to discuss the Scheduler as Yi-soo, though of course the drama has yet to give the final word. But even with the one encounter in the coffee shop and her moment with the picture, Jung Il-woo and Lee Yo-won play the moments with such conflicting emotion, that I can’t wait for their real reactions when their connection becomes transparent.

 
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Awwww!!I wonder if Kang would ever figure out that the YK he's attracted to is actually JH. I was hoping he would but would his discovery brings any consequences to JH's mission (i.e. immediate trip to the elevator)? Can't wait for next week's episodes and more of Kang-ah and Ji Hyun!!

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Could it be that the scheduler is Yi-kyung's brother?????

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lovers

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Twins.

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twins

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I thought Jung Il Woo didn't have a twitter, what's his twitter username?

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I think the Scheduler is Yi-kyung's brother, that's why he feels so uncomfortable around.

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Let me guess too!

I think the pairing at the end will still be:

Scheduler & JiHyun
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Kang & YiKyung

You see, in the latter part of the story, YiKyung will eventually know about the spiritual thingamajig going around with her and JiHyun.
I'm also assuming that she will eventually cope with the loss of her lover/brother(YiSoo/Scheduler?), when she solves everything with JiHyun and the Scheduler, and live a new life.

The new/(or the old? Yeap, judging from her clothes and stuff) YiKyung, someone more optimistic, a little happier than she was in the last 5 years.. I doubt she'll change entirely, but I just know Han Kang will still like her. He's cool lyk tat. :"))

With Scheduler and JiHyun. I just see the scenario where the Scheduler (whom I assume is YiSoo, too) goes and does his job, fetching dead people, then poof! JiHyun shows up and tells the rules to the people. Mrs. Scheduler, anyone? Hahaha

They're gonna have to feel the pain of letting go of their precious first love before they can have a new life with someone else.
(They're like each other's first love.)

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Oh, & about the relationship about YiKyung and Mistah Scheduler
I think they were ex-lovers. In that scene where the scheduler was like face to face with her, I was like.. Oh my gawd, so much sexual tension... O.o This is sooooo not a brother and sister scene. :)

And yes, of course, I LOVE YOU HAN KANG. teehee<3

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awesome episode, I'm just falling in love with this show! <3 The moment when Yk and Scheduler face each other was so intense...I could see the tears in JIW's eyes and I do really think he's the brother...I feel like it's becoming more obvious with each episode, what with his ill feeling in her house and around her.

Also, I'm really intrigued by the YK/JH and Min-ho relationship...what I find interesting is that he apparently never liked JH when she was alive and well, but now that she's in someone else's body, he's attracted to her. Or is it YK's body and face? I think a lot of it has to do with that feeling of hate that rolls off JH when she's in YK's body...can't wait till wednesday! thanks for the recap :D

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Also, I'm a bit confused about why Ji-Hyun's friend would think that Kang dislikes her...I mean, I didn't really get feeling pre-body switch. I just got the sense that he acts very aloof, but not the fact that he dislikes her.

I mean, they all grew up together in high school so its kind of weird...

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I think something happened between them that made things uncomfortable for them. It was mentioned in an earlier episode where Ji Hyun tells Kang that it should be she who feels bad about the oast and not him.

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Oh God, we will cry a river once he know it's his sister

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Does anyone know how many episodes 49 Days will last? At the start, the info. said TBA (to be announced).

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20. There was an interview with Jung Il Woo where he said it, and it's now posted on Dramawiki as well.

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Thanks. I am looking forward to the next 6 weeks then. I seriously love this kdrama because it's not as cliche or predictable as many others are/have been. We know YK/JH can't stop working at Min-ho's, but it was great to see Kang react jealously and for JH to have acknowedgement of his feelings, even though it's not her body, it's her spirit which has brought out his true feelings. Did not imagine I would enjoy this drama soooo much.

Does anyone else have a crush on Kang's pouty lips? They're to die for. Some guys have the eyes (which he does), others the face (which he does) or body, but his lips are mesmerizing, especially when he's pretending not be interested in what's going on around him.

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Me too, have a huge crush on Kang's sexy lips! i keep getting distracted by his lips every time he comes on screen. I replay every scene he's in just to look at his lips! Seriously, how can a man have such sexy lips?

His eyes melts my heart, his beautiful face turns my brain to mush, but his lips - HEART ATTACK!

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Oh, I forgot to say this - KANG AHHHHHH!

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Amen to that! :)

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It's only a Sunday, 3 or so more days to go.

KANG AHHHHH....I miss you so.

Anyhow, here's my prediction:

HK = YK, this is a given.

JH will wake up from her coma; Dad gets his operation and survives;

MH who played with 2, ends up with no one.

IJ will be miserable for the rest of her life for deceiving a friend.

For Reaper boy, I wish I could say that after the 5 years of trial & his mission accomplished, he will be allowed to come back to earth and look after YK, in his own way, as a human. And, if the writer is really kind and generous, that he will meet JH along the way and they live happily ever after.

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that's head to toe jeremy scott! from adidas originals x jeremy scott obyo french fries jacket! 2ne1 <3 jeremy scott, CL and minzy rocked the french fries leggings too

strange to see it on a kdrama when the style is usually so...conservative rather than on 2ne1's stage!
http://21bangs.com/stylish/designerapparel-2ne1-best-female2010-style-icon-awardsjeremy-scott/

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You've lost me there - who's who?

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I especially like 3 moments in this episode:-

1. When HK saw YK working in MH's house. I can feel his disbelief and jealousy in the name of protecting his friend JH.

2. When Scheduler came face to face with YK in coffee house. There was such a conflicted, tensed and longing there. I have to watched it a few times.

3. When HK went back to MH's house, confronted YK and dragged her out of the house. That reinforced grip showed that he meant business and omg! what's next! I really held my breath for this one.

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Same here.

I just find those wrist & hand grabbing moments in kdramas - so romantic & sweet.

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Am I the only one who thinks the similar names could possibly be a purposeful red herring to throw us off? We all (even Ji-Hyun) assume it means they're related, when in actuality it could just be a coincidence and they were actually in a relationship at the time he died?

(...Did I make that seem rational enough that you can't see my rabid shipping of Scheduler/Yi-Kyung? I WANT IT SO MUCH SOMEHOW AND WE'VE BARELY EVEN BEEN ABLE TO SEE HER PERSONALITY UP UNTIL NOW, HOW CAN I BE SO SHALLOW?!)

Also, I wonder if people aren't overthinking the point that they can't ship Ji-Hyun/Kang because they don't buy Nam Gyuri's acting. Because surely the point (conclusion) of this drama is that by the end (hopefully!) Ji-Hyun will return to her own body. But if that's the end - we won't actually see Kang with Ji-Hyun while Nam Gyuri is acting her! Most of their interactions may still continue with Ji-Hyun's soul/spirit/whatever in Yi-Kyung's body, but Kang may somehow find out.

It's just a potential thought :)

(And how long has it been since any drama was so unpredictable with the pairings! It's so refreshing and awesome, I think it's definitely aiding all the excitement).

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The unpredictable pairings are what's keeping us hooked from week to week. We all know who we want with who (even the Scheduler should be able to find love) but right now there are only 2 couples who we know are and will be together: Manager Oh and his wife and JH's parents, hahaha. The rest are up for grabs as the writers decide who will stay with who and what storylines will be followed.

Anyone thought of a couple pairing for Seo-woo? She's so sweet so I'll pair her up with the doctor (YK's former psych/stalker, nottt).

I think I'll be sad when this ride is over 'cause for me it's becoming a roller coaster of emotions and those who want a thickeing plot, well I guess there are other dramas out there, so leave this one to us sentimentalists, please! ♥

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AHHH I'm a total YK-Reaper shipper too!

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Definitely a red herring. I'm like 99% sure they were lovers and not blood-related siblings.

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this drama completes me!

i totally love how Ji Hyun and Han Kang got a nice deep history with each other hidden under their sleeves. i'm rooting for JH and HK pairing! <3

but then, sometimes i like JH with the scheduler.. they're really cute together! they both look like dolls!

but sometimes, i also like Yi Kyung and Han Kang! Ahhh! this SO complicated! but interesting drama, i must say.

and yeah, no one cares about minho and in jung. bleh. minho deserves no one (i love Bae soo bin though~!)

as for the sibling thing.. i also think that our super handsome scheduler is Yi Kyung's bother (they both got that nice brown wavy hair! lol)

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my possible endings (still can't decide which one i want)
1.) JH dies, becomes a scheduler too, and ends up with our cutie scheduler. the scheduler is Yi-kyung's little brother and Han Kang ends up with her.

Min-ho's scheme got revealed, In-Jung found out that Min-ho also staged how they met (he "helped her from the kidnapers, right?) and she commits suicide. Min-ho background was he being actually a big fat stinking schemer who gets richer by using his girlfriends. In short, just a greedy lunatic.

2.) Ji-hyun ends up with Kang. The scheduler is actually alive, just under coma for 5 years, and ends up with.. no one, just with her sisyer Yi-Kyung (this is sad!) Yi-kyung ends up with the doctor. Minho and In-jung are both dead.

3.) Ji-hyun ends up with scheduler. Scheduler is actually alive, just under coma. Scheduler reunites with his sister Yi Kyung. Yi-kyung ends up with Han Kang. Minho and Injung are both dead.

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lol at the 2) & 3) where minho and in-jung end up both dead

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however, i'm also thinking about this:

Ji-Hun is alive and wakes up from being under coma. She finds out all the nasty schemes of Min-Ho. Min-ho dies and/or ends with no one. In-Jung feels guilty forever and/or commits suicide.

Han Kang ends with Yi-Kyung. The scheduler is actually Song Yi Soo, younger bother of Yi-Kyung. He is also alive and wakes up from being under coma. Ji-Hyun and the scheduler meet through Yi-Kyung and Han-Kang, but they remember nothing from the 49 thing. So the pairing is: JH and scheduler, YK and HK.

So, in other words, they are all related to each other because Ji-hyun ends up with the scheduler, who is the younger brother of Yi-Kyung, who ends up with Han-Kang, who is Ji-hyun's friend.

of course, this thing has a little probability to happen, because kdramas aren't simple as it seems. sigh. i really wonder what happens next.

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wait!! we're all after the pairing! who will actually cry for Ji-Hyun? i count in Han Kang, the bakery friend (not sure), and?

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Thanks for RECAP.

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I love the way our maginations are running away. We are so invested in 49 Days that we should all have a chance to end uo with Kang or the Scheduler. How about that for a great ending? Amen for either of these hunks. Wait, I was daydreaming :).

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Actually it's never been hard for me to like Jihyun's character. Yes it can seem like the world is revolving around her sometimes and she's more than a little bit dim, but it seems like she's always been a good person, who was generous with love. Maybe hard for some people to ship nam gyuri with jo hyun jae, but I sum up Jihyun's character from both Nam Gyuri and Lee Yo Won's portrayal so it's not that bad for me.

Dying to know how Yikyung's brother is involved in all this... if he is actually the scheduler? And really, I love the scheduler's wardrobe to bits. He really is a bit of a fashionista, eh.

I'm also wondering how Yikyung could actually 'grow' from this experience of being possessed since she's usually just sleeping and working the midnight shift. But I think the plot would probably take us there in the later episodes, since Jihyun is so set on helping her. Granted, she's no longer committing suicide, but I think that's also due to the efforts of stalker doctor.

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This is random, but I just realized why Lee Yo Won looks familiar - she was in Fashion 70s. I did not like her in Fashion 70s, and do not think I would like her in this either. I haven't been watching, but I've been reading the recaps. I think I'm going to enjoy the recap more than watching it. I will eventually watch it for Jo Hyun Jae, but not right now.

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Yes, do enjoy the recaps.

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I love Scheduler ^_____^

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I like how the drama is progressing...can't wait for the next episodes.
By the way, I'm from the Philippines...My Princess (Tagalog-dubbed) is now airing here in our Country and on May, Secret Garden will also be aired...for which I'm so excited!!!...
It was in this site where I've read of them and got hooked..thanks a lot!
We have also great dramas here...I heard that some were aired in Malaysia and now gaining popularity there...I wish that it can also reach Korea,so that I can know what you can say about them..
...thanks for providing us with this wonderful recaps..esp.for me who have no much time to fulfill my craze for K-dramas 'coz of work...your site is one of my "relaxing escape"...thanks!

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Am I the only one who likes Min Ho? :D I know he's a jerk but I like the way he's attracted to Yi Kyung. I like bad boys, I'm helpless. :D

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You're definitely helpless :). Although he is fine (maybe even super-fine) and we don't know his "backdrop", just going on what he was planning to do to his fiance and her family is enough to call him a "loser". His attraction to YK does add the interesting touch to all these love triangles: MH/IS/YK, MH/IS/JH, YK/HK/MH, then there will be SW/HK/YK, let's not leave out Scheduler/JH. I am really enjoying the mixings and pairings. They make me hang on week to week and I definitely thought JH would not stop working for MH until she found the documents she was looking for. I thought Kang would be in for a letdown, but surprise JH was touched by his concern for her and what woman could refuse Kang? Mama mia, he's a cutie-potutie.

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If you go to this site you will be able to see your "boyfriend" smiling, laughing and singing.
He's toooooooo cute!

http://jo-hyun-jae.com/2011/04/14/49-days-2011-04-11-filming/

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:D Thank you! My BF... I wish! :D

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Scheduler fans will enjoy these images of Mr. Scheduler, So Hot! Mr. Scheduler and Irritated Mr. Scheduler. Enjoy!

http://welcometohappysworld.wordpress.com/2011/02/21/kdrama-paradise-ranch-episode-9-preview/

Even though it's for Paradise Ranch, the right hand of the screen has 3 images mentioned. Scheduler is too delish!

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ah...no wondr Kang likes her....but his EQ is really bad. he shud have confessed instead of hiding his feelings!!!

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OMG when i read the part..

It’s a beautiful moment, the two of them suspended between dimensional rifts, the closeness stirring his heart. It shakes him, and he tells Ji-hyun not to call him with Yi-kyung around anymore, and leaves.

shizz, the picture above it.. the way he looked at her! it's obvious that he's the guy that was YI-KYUNG's before! the one who got into an accident years before..

well that's what i think.. hmm.. i'm gonna find it out after i read this episode recap mwahahaha ;))

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that scene with Scheduler and Yi-Kyung just about killed me. damn that moment was SOLID.

this episode officially marks the fact that 49 Days... you've got me all hooked. (darn it should've only picked it up AFTER it ended)

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"At home, Ghost-Ji-hyun asks Yi-kyung what all this means. Does he like her? Or Yi-kyung? Yeah, it’s confusing for the rest of us too."

Gah. Jihyun feels this way about Minho, but is waaaay too obtuse to see this with Kang. But this story, for me, is kinda believable, because like JB said, they set-up rules for the soul-host relationship. Yeah, they're bendable, but at least they tell us that it's bendable because-so-and-so. Otherwise it'll just get confusing.

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love the scheduler and I'm dying to find out the connection between Song Yi Kyung and Him ♥

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Thanks for the recap! It's great!

I finally get what I like so much about recaps from this site. It's the moments where I have thought the same thing that you have written and I exclaim, "I KNOW, RIGHT?!" For example, when you wrote about how Seo-woo doesn't know about Kang's love for Ji-hyun and Kang's crush on Yi-kyung will make it that much more difficult to get tears. I KNOW, RIGHT?! She needs them tears and causing a girl to become jealous won't help!

But I also like when I don't realize something until I've read it here so I get these "ooooooooo" moments.

haha, so I like everything? I guess I love the comments you add and your explanations.

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"Raah! Kang-ah! I’m totally swooning right now." TOTALLY AGREE!!

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I don't find Kang attractive. At all. >.> Screw Jung Il woo for being so adorable, I might like Kang if I didn't love him so much! x]

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