Drama Recaps
49 Days: Episode 18
by | May 12, 2011 | 359 Comments

HO. LY. CRAP! That would be the sound of my heart exploding. Basically, this is the episode where I die a thousand deaths, from the Swoon / Tears / Cute / Cry / Cute … aaaaaand back to Tears. There’s only one cure after this emotional rollercoaster of an episode: a hug from Kang in a Trenchcoat. It’s the latest model, and it sure is pretty.


Yi-kyung grabs Kang in a backhug, startling him, and nearly giving me a heart attack. He tries to stop her, calling her Song Yi-kyung-sshi, but then she holds on, crying, “Just a little… a little longer…”

He realizes that it’s Ji-hyun. Oh, thank god. I nearly had an aneurysm at the thought that the lovelines might cross that way. Not that I thought it was anything but cold comfort on Yi-kyung’s part, or that Kang would ever waver, but mostly I was crushed at the thought of Yi-soo looking on.

He puts his hands over hers (swoon) and says, “Tell Ji-hyun to say what she wants to tell me right now… when she wakes up. That I want to hear it. And not to go without saying goodbye.”

Waaaah. Heartbreak. Ji-hyun cries, unable to say anything as herself, but just holding onto him for dear life. He adds: “And not to go like Mom did.” Aw. She nods silently. He lingers for a moment, and then breaks their hands free and walks away. Aaack! Why are you so hot?

Turns out they have an audience (as does EVERYONE, ALWAYS in this drama) in Min-ho, whose eyes flare up in anger. He watches, thinking back to when he was told that Yi-kyung had full control of her body.

Downstairs, Ji-hyun thanks her unni, and Yi-kyung says that if she could, she’d like to give her life to Ji-hyun so that she could go to Yi-soo and Ji-hyun could remain with Kang.

Ji-hyun tells her not to even think that way, and feels disappointed, since she thought Yi-kyung helped her out of concern and attachment, not just guilt. Yi-kyung says it’s a mix of all of the above, adding that Yi-soo isn’t someone who can come back to her. Ji-hyun points out how messed up their lives are. Yeah, you think?

In-jung stirs in bed, and opens her eyes to find Ji-hyun lying right next to her, smiling all scary and ghost-like. And then… the ghost hugs her. AH! That totally creeped me out. She wakes up from the dream, but can’t shake the feeling that Ji-hyun is haunting her ass, as promised. K-A-R-M-A, baby.

Over at Heaven, Yi-soo and Ji-hyun sit up while Yi-kyung sleeps. Yi-soo sits by her bedside, watching her with tears in his eyes. He can’t resist and brushes the hair out of her face, leaving his hand on her cheek. Yi-soo: “This is so cruel.”

In-jung calls Min-ho in a panic, and waits up all night for him to show. He finally arrives, and tells her that she was right—it IS Ji-hyun, and Yi-kyung is Ji-hyun and vice versa. Huh? Now I’m confused. I think he just means that Ji-hyun’s soul is in there too.

She’s scared that Ji-hyun threatened to follow her around for the rest of her life, and Min-ho says there’s but one solution: get rid of Ji-hyun, and her soul goes poof. He surmises that she’s not really a ghost, and that her spirit is wandering around because she’s still alive. Well it’s logical, but it’s also MURDER.

He says that her father knows everything and that he can’t gain access into the hospital. So In-jung has to do it. Min-ho: “You started it, so you have to end it.” Way to pass the buck, dude. In-jung shakes, crying in shock at Min-ho’s suggestion. You people are scary.

Ji-hyun sits by the calendar, lost in thought, and she muses to Yi-kyung that she only has four days left. She asks if Yi-kyung remembers last night (when Ji-hyun was driving her body, hugging Kang) and she smiles.

Ji-hyun notes that it’s the first time she’s seen her smile, and wonders if she isn’t afraid of her anymore. She asks why she doesn’t have more questions about Yi-soo, and why he’s coming to see her. Yi-kyung says that she knows—it’s because he’s coming to take her with him.

Kang calls Ji-hyun out and takes her to the market. He tells her how to choose vegetables, and she’s impressed that he knows stuff like that. Kang: “Do you think that a man living alone in the States maintains this appearance and health with no effort?” LOL. I love vain Kang.

She jokes, “Is Kang Min-ho in there?” Ha. He gets pissy and takes back his offer to make her breakfast, so then she threatens to eat elsewhere, and he re-takes it back: “I was going to make you breakfast, and then I was NOT going to, but then I decided to.” Pfffft!

He makes her breakfast and asks what she’s doing today. Ji-hyun: “Work.” Kang: “On a beautiful day like this?” Haha. Why am I not surprised that you don’t want to work? I’ve never seen a man with so many job titles do so little work. Ever.

He hands over her part-time pay, and says that he’s going to the hospital to meet with Dad to discuss Min-ho (to file an official suit against him). Ji-hyun beams over being able to stop the bankruptcy, and says that she has no regrets and no grudges anymore.

The company isn’t really out of the woods yet, as Dad confirms the likelihood that the Haemido deal goes south, requiring a ginormous sum of money to be put up as a guarantee. No investor guarantee means that Min-ho’s shell company gets Haemido anyway, just as he has planned.

Basically, they’ve blocked one maneuver, but the counter-attack is in full swing. Min-ho makes it clear too, as he interrupts Dad’s meeting to bluster about not being invited, and refuses to offer his resignation (because Dad has no grounds to fire him). If I were him, I’d still fire his ass first, and then deal with the lawsuit later when he fights it.

Kang can’t believe that In-jung is still working there and refusing to back down, and he asks her to stop Min-ho. She tells him that Min-ho isn’t someone who can be stopped, and that she can’t leave him. She’s come too far, and she has to see it through to the end.

All the way to murder? Also, why is this the prevailing logic of K-drama Evildoers? I’d rather you just say you’re that greedy. The I’ve-come-this-far-so-I-have-to-keep-going thing just makes me roll my eyes.

Kang tries to appeal to the fact that she was Ji-hyun’s friend. In-jung correctly points out that she did all this…despite being her friend. I have to say, I think you are correct in deducing that you are therefore the bigger baddie. In one sense, anyway.

The Scheduler shows up at Heaven, and openly ogles Ji-hyun-in-Yi-kyung’s-body. He flirts at her that he’s here to see her face, and Ji-hyun has to remind him to stop confusing her for Yi-kyung.

He doesn’t even care anymore, and says that this is all he can get (since she’s always sleeping when Ji-hyun isn’t driving). “Besides at night… you looked like you were shooting some movie. What’s with that melo crap with my Yi-kyung’s body?” Haha.

She says that she got permission and that it was Yi-kyung’s idea to begin with. She remembers Yi-kyung’s words and asks the Scheduler if his one wish was to take Yi-kyung with him when he goes.

She tells him that it’s what Yi-kyung thinks, and his face goes white at that. Ji-hyun muses that he sort of acts that way, what with his treating her like she’s still his girl. He just repeats, “That’s what Yi-kyung thinks?” He gets up and walks away, probably half-angry at her for thinking that, and half-angry at himself for even letting her think that.

In-jung meets with Min-ho and pleads with him to back out now, and just run away with the money. He tells her that it’s never going to happen, because money isn’t the reason why he started this. No, it was your god-complex.

She surmises correctly that he’s actually caught up in his feelings—that he’s really in love with both Ji-hyun AND Yi-kyung. He doesn’t even try to deny it, and then, like the evil genius that he is, turns that fact around on her. He says that as long as Ji-hyun is around, he’ll never be able to be with In-jung, for fear that she’ll always be haunting them, or even inhabiting HER body.

That’s the ticket that gets In-jung debating bloody murder. She takes down their picture and heads to the hospital. Ji-hyun is there in spirit form, waiting for Kang to return from dropping off her parents at home.

She follows In-jung inside…

In-jung starts shaking as she approaches the bed. Ji-hyun: “What’s wrong? What are you doing?” She raises her hand up to Ji-hyun’s oxygen mask.

Just then, Kang returns, and walks in to find In-jung mid-attempted-murder. He freaks out and pulls her back, screaming, “Shin In-jung! Are you crazy? How could you do something like this? To Ji-hyun… Are you a person? How could you do something like this? You want to go this far? What did Ji-hyun do wrong? What did she do to you? You guys aren’t human, are you? Go. I might kill you. So go.”

Sometimes it does take being caught by someone sane to acknowledge how crazy you are and how low you’ve sunk, and it seems that In-jung is crying more than just you’ve-caught-me tears. She leaves without a word. I have this urge for her to get hit by a truck and then turn into a ghost, so that Ji-hyun can slap her, ghost-to-ghost.

Ji-hyun is crouched on the ground, sobbing in fear. God, the trauma of witnessing your own almost-murder?

Kang shows up at Min-ho’s apartment the next morning, wearing a trenchcoat. Buh… there are words coming out of his mouth, I think.

Oh, right. He tells Min-ho that he’s here to tell him what kind of person he is… a shameless one. He drops the “hyung” (dropping any sign of respect) and tells him that he’s become the one thing his mother slaved her whole like to keep him from becoming: his father.

He gets him right where it hurts, spitting that he’s trampled on his mother’s hopes. Eye-to-eye he lays it out: “You’re the man who made the woman who loves you lay a hand on her friend’s respirator.” Min-ho’s shaken at the baldness of the facts.

Kang asks what he’s going to do when Ji-hyun’s gone, since Kang’s got a soul AND a body, that plans to stick to Min-ho’s side. Hehe. I’ve never heard of a living haunting, but he’s learned a thing or two from his girlfriend the ghost.

Downstairs he discovers Ji-hyun’s camera, and flips through her old pictures with a smile. He then finds the videos she took of her friends crying (the fake tears), and it dawns on him that she’s already done it all, and that this is how she’s spent her days.

He comes outside and watches her work, his look saying a million things that he can’t say out loud. Manager Oh: “Kang-ah, if you stare like that, it’s weird.” Pwahahahahaha. Can’t argue there. Bunch of weirdos all over this drama, if you think of all the stalker-on-stalker action.

In his office, Kang cries, breaking my heart. Through his tears he says, “Ajusshi, I want to save her. I want her to live.” Aw. Manager Oh comforts him, and Ji-hyun listens from the stairs, watching Kang cry for her.

Now it’s her turn to cry, as she meets the Scheduler and sobs that she wants to live as Ji-hyun, to Kang. “I want to hear him call me Ji-hyun, and I want to answer, “Kang-ah.”” Aw, so simple and yet speaks volumes.

Scheduler: I understand Shin Ji-hyun’s heart. Seeing, but unable to acknowledge that you know, unable to say that it’s you. I don’t know why I’ve remembered myself, and given such pain either.

She asks if there’s some sort of trade-off so that she can be Ji-hyun in front of Kang, like trading her remaining three days for three hours of being herself. The Scheduler firmly puts the kibosh on that, as there is no such loophole. He asks if she’s really that resigned to die.

She counters that she isn’t even going to remember any of this anyway—memories or feelings—even if she does live. Everyone around her will remember, except for her. Aw, another reason for heartache—knowing it’ll all disappear for her, no matter which way she ends up.

She calls the 49 days cruel, and the Scheduler muses that he’s always heard that there are 49ers who turn melo in the end. What’d you expect? For her to skip off to the elevator with bells on?

Over in Land Deal Battleship, Min-ho starts phase two, by pulling out one of the major investors in the Haemido project. It’s as feared, and now Daddy Shin has to put up another chunk of cash in a big hurry if he’s going to save his company from going under from this one deal.

Meanwhile, Kang meets Seo-woo, and tries to remind her that Ji-hyun is still alive. He adds that even if she were to die, that people’s connections don’t die along with them.

He gets the call from Ji-hyun’s mom that the company’s back in trouble, and sees Ji-hyun walking back to Heaven. They instantly light up at the sight of each other, and he asks what she’s doing wandering about.

She pouts that now that she’s free, he’s really busy, and he instinctively raises his hand to her face… only he has to stop in mid-air. Eeeeee!

They walk back together, their hands brushing against each other but unable to touch. So. Cute.

Kang decides on his last-ditch effort: to go see his estranged dad in the States, to ask him to invest in Haemido. He knows that asking for this amount of money is no tiny favor, and ironically enough, knows that he can present it as a sound investment because Min-ho did the work, and in that one arena, he can be trusted.

Here’s the hitch though: Kang thinks he has five days until Ji-hyun’s time is up. But no, she’s down to three days, and this is one area they haven’t cleared up with each other. (Nor can she say so directly, because it violates the rules.)

So Kang plans his trip, thinking he’s got plenty of time to go and come back in two days, and then have two days left with her. Oh crap.

Min-ho tries to send In-jung abroad, giving her some money and telling her to go before being around him messes her up any more. What, now that Kang has seen through you, you’re all of a sudden worried about her?

She doesn’t want money; she wants him, and protests. Just then, Ji-hyun’s mom arrives at In-jung’s door, and runs right into Min-ho. Her jaw drops, not because she doesn’t know, but because she’s being confronted with it so blatantly.

In-jung sends Min-ho away, and then Mom gets a good slap in. In-jung actually becomes defiant rather than apologetic, and throws it back in Mom’s face that she’s the reason for all this—because she always knew that Mom hated her.

She actually blames them for taking her in, as if it’s their fault for having been nice to her. So… what you’re saying is, you’re jealous of the love that Ji-hyun got, from her own parents, and you’re upset that they didn’t love you 100% the same? But… YOU’RE NOT THEIR DAUGHTER. Gah. What’s a little denial to a crazy person?

Ji-hyun asks Yi-kyung for some advice on something nice to do for Kang, and Yi-kyung says that she used to make kimbap for Yi-soo and go on picnics. She wonders where she can make food undetected.

Kang is just outside, saying a quiet goodbye as he gets ready to leave. But! You were the one all big on goodbyes! Nooooo!

Manager Oh thinks he should tell Ji-hyun, but he doesn’t want her to know what’s going on with the company and spend her last days worrying. So he sets off without a word.

Ji-hyun returns to Yi-kyung’s apartment to make kimbap in secret, which is where Min-ho finds her. She nearly jumps out of her skin in fear, but then gathers herself and manages to put up a good you-don’t-scare-me front.

It turns out that Min-ho’s here to draw up a contract for this apartment… in Yi-kyung’s name. She wonders what it means.

The Scheduler is busy training his replacement, which is just funny because this ajusshi in a suit is calling him sunbae. He receives his last reaping schedule, and looks to see who he’ll be taking the elevator with for the last time…

Ji-hyun returns to Heaven with her kimbap all ready, and asks Manager Oh where Kang is. Hilariously, he just says that Kang went to America, when Kang expressly told him to lie. Well, he kind of covers for him, saying that something came up with his dad, and that he’ll be back the day after tomorrow.

Ji-hyun: “The day after tomorrow? NO!” She runs outside, calling out, “Kang-ah! Kang-ah!” over and over again, sobbing like a little girl. Oh, it’s breaking my heart.

She crumples to the ground in tears, “Kang-ah! I won’t be here. I won’t be here…” NOOOOOO! KANG-AH, why are making her cry?

She continues to cry in bed in her spirit form, and Yi-kyung tries to comfort her that they can meet when he returns. Ji-hyun makes it clear that she won’t be here then, and Yi-kyung says, “The day after tomorrow, Ji-hyun-sshi will be gone too…” She says it wistfully, like here’s yet another person who’s leaving me behind.

Yi-kyung goes to see Dr. Noh for the last time, to tell him that she’s living for the traveling soul, which he doesn’t understand. She thanks him for looking out for her, and says goodbye.

The Scheduler shows up to give Ji-hyun her final notice, in an official capacity. She’s got a little over sixteen hours left, at which point she’ll be taking the elevator at the exact time of her accident. He tells her that she can’t leave anything behind that reveals her identity—that means no letters, no recordings, nothing.

He finishes his speech, and then adds a pat on the back, saying that he’s cheering her on till the end.

In-jung lies on the ground alone in the apartment, next to the picture of the three girls, now sitting on the floor. Seo-woo finds her like that, and muses that In-jung has lost everything. She sits down next to her with the photo in her hands, and says that she’d felt bad about Kang liking Ji-hyun because she’d believed that Ji-hyun wasn’t going to make it. She repeats Kang’s words, that people’s connections don’t end because they die.

On her last day, Ji-hyun goes out and buys things for Yi-kyung, like skincare products and new underwear. It’s so sweet—it’s her way of telling her unni to take care of herself.

She goes for a walk to take in the world one last time, and notices little things, like a rock in her path. She picks it up and says to it, “You’re so pretty.” It’s so heartbreaking and uplifting at the same time.

OMG, this Last Day stuff is killing me. Not gonna cry… Not gonna cry…

She then goes to see Seo-woo to buy a cake for her parents’ anniversary. Seo-woo gets adorably jealous that “Yi-kyung” knows Ji-hyun better than she does, and she counters that she’s Ji-hyun’s best friend. “We’re total beppus!” [best friends]

She agrees, and tells her that Ji-hyun told her that after her parents, she loved Seo-woo the most, and that she was the kind of friend who was like the shade from a big tree. Aw.

She heads to the hospital with the cake, and wishes her parents a happy anniversary. They tell her that Ji-hyun used to always sing them a song, and she plays them a CD that she brought.

Ji-hyun asks Yi-kyung to eject her soul, and as the song plays (the same one that was Kang’s mother’s favorite), she stands there in her spirit form and sings.

Damnit, I’m totally crying.

Yi-kyung walks over to Ji-hyun’s bedside, and it stirs something in her. (It seems like she sees or notices something, but we don’t know what.) She watches Ji-hyun sing with tears streaming down her face, and she cries too.

Back at Heaven, Yi-kyung muses that some parents are like that, while others abandon their children. Ji-hyun counters that she could’ve been lost rather than abandoned, but Yi-kyung remembers very clearly how her mother had her little brother, and then considered her annoying. Ji-hyun and I both gasp in horror. Seriously, no wonder this girl has such serious abandonment issues.

She reaffirms that it’s why Yi-soo was sent to her, to be her mom, her dad, her brother, her everything. Ji-hyun says it must be why she lives this way, because someone like that was taken from her.

Yi-kyung apologizes, that because of her Ji-hyun has to leave such parents behind. She confesses to living that way for five years, trying everything to die—cutting her wrists, hanging herself, overdosing.

But every time, something happened to stop it. The landlady would find her, or the cord would break. She says that day was the anniversary of Yi-soo’s death, and says that she’s sorry.

Ji-hyun: If you’re sorry, then live well. When it’s hard, think of days when you had regrets, just like this. Find strength, and live.

Wow. It’s really the best gift she could ever give Yi-kyung.

When Yi-kyung wakes up a few hours later, she finds Ji-hyun gone and a present with a breakfast table set for her. He looks around in a panic.

Outside, the Scheduler waits and Ji-hyun comes downstairs. He offers her a ride anywhere, as a special Last Day service. He asks what she wants to do with her last seven hours.

She tells him to call the elevator down now, because there’s nothing left for her to do. She doesn’t want to linger and feel the weight of her final minutes counting down, so she’d rather choose to go now. I’d probably do the same if I were her, and yet as an onlooker, I’m like, Noooooo!

She looks up at him and thanks him, but he averts his eyes, saying that they should save their goodbyes when they’re in front of the elevator. You big softie.

Seo-woo goes to see Mom and Ji-hyun at the hospital, where the doctor tells Mom that it’s time they give up on Ji-hyun. He tells them that there’s no hope for her.

At the same time, Yi-kyung opens up her present. She finds the note that Ji-hyun had written back when she was going to leave the first time, when Dad’s company was in jeopardy. The note tells her not to be alarmed and that she won’t be returning, and thanks her for everything.

Ji-hyun tells her to stop eating ramen and to take care of herself, and Yi-kyung looks at all the things in the box, her eyes filling with tears. She begins to cry…

Ji-hyun and the Scheduler arrive in the garden, and he puts out his hand to shake hers goodbye. She tells him to hurry and call the elevator down before she starts to change her mind, and they’ll say goodbye then.

The clouds darken and he waves his hand past her to call the elevator… when he notices her necklace light up. A tear appears, surprising both of them.

She grabs it to look, which is when it glows a second time. The third tear!

Back at the hospital, Mom cries hugging Ji-hyun, and Seo-woo stands behind her, sobbing for her friend for the first time.

Ji-hyun and the Scheduler look at each other, stunned…

And in the hospital, Ji-hyun opens her eyes.


It’s ALIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIVE! OMG, I LOVE that she’s awake now, instead of waiting till the last episode. This show is so great at consistently getting to the next point faster than you expect, which means you’re always engaged and surprised, and quite possibly screaming like a crazy person.

I love that one of her final tears is from Yi-kyung, and the way that their relationship has developed. Yi-kyung went from someone who saw nothing but pain in life, to witnessing Ji-hyun’s earnest plea to live just a little longer, to feeling her love and encouragement directly—for her to live her life rather than wait to die.

And I’m sure that Yi-soo’s wish is that simple too—for her to know that he loves her, and to have her live her life without him. What’s great is that Ji-hyun shows that to her, even lives it for her, in her body, and it sort of brings her back to life. Both girls have been in a coma, one for five years and the other for 49 days, but they bring each other back from the dead.

I actually like that Kang went away, because it keeps him from swooping in and being the big hero (well, more than he already has). I wouldn’t feel satisfied if he somehow saved her in the end. He’s got plenty of heroing with saving Dad’s company, so I’m glad that it’s Ji-hyun herself who continues to make connections with people till the end.

I also like the idea that her last day isn’t spent melo-ing out with Kang over tears and whatnot, because that’s not what this drama is about. It could’ve gone that route, but I like the contemplative, life-affirming quiet moments with Yi-kyung better.

I can’t wait to find out how Kang is going to make her fall in love with him all over again. It’s gonna be SO. GOOD.


359 Comments from the Beanut Gallery
  1. Bamsa

    Yay!!! Refresh button worked and I am first !!!

    • 1.1 ninimi

      WONDERFULL… well done drama, i cry…
      it’s so touching..

      Yi Kyung – Ji Hyun momments are heartbreaking !!

      • 1.1.1 gustave154

        i cried and i am a guy…. this show turns men into sissies

        • pipit

          The singing scene in the hospital where Ji Hyun sings for her parents and when Kang Ah cries after he finds out she has tried everything to find those who really love her are my undoing. I cried like a baby.

          Never thought 49 Days could be this good!

  2. jacq

    Love this!!!!!!

  3. Jomo

    Don’t watch this ep in a conference room at work during lunch with people waiting outside for the room.
    I ended up silently sobbing in a stall for about 5 minutes!

    Holy COW! That scene was so well built up it hit me like a bullet train!

    • 3.1 MJP

      I know!!!! I had to keep pausing because my emotions got to be too much. The suspense, the emotion, simply too much!!!

      • 3.1.1 asianromance

        same here. If i watch it straight throughout in one shot, i would be a sobbing mess! JH singing to her parents. Had to pause like 5 times!

        • Celeste

          Even by just reading the recaps, tears are already forming in my eyes. *sob* This drama is so AWESOME!

          • gustave154

            can’t believe i cried when i watched the episode… and i cried AGAIN after reading the recap when i understood what they were saying xD

    • 3.2 Beng

      OMG, i was just crying my eyes out too. good thing i don;t have a meeting today.

      this is sooo good, i felt all the angst and feelings you mentioned above, GF. I also want to see how Kang can make her fall in love again to him. I just hope Ji-hyun remembers the thing she saw before her accident happened. Otherwise she might continue to cling to Min-ho and get married. oh, oh, oh, i can’t wait for next week.

      JB and GF, we know you are both lacking sleep. Hope you’ll both be ok and take care of your health. Take Iron vitamins. God bless you both =)

      • 3.2.1 simplyjude

        Even if JiHyun doesn’t remember what she saw right before the accident, there is NO WAY that Kang, Seowoo, Dad, Mom, and everyone else in the drama would let JiHyun marry Minho. Heck, I’m sure even Minho would be against her marrying him by now since he’s confused about whether or not he really loves her/YK.

        I can’t wait to see how Kang is going to pursue Jihyun now. It’s going to be great since the process will start all over 🙂

        • Jomo

          That is something I never even thought of.
          She will be so confused by how much they hate the man she loves!

    • 3.3 Schmazel

      I was sobbing the most during the scene when they were kids and YK tells YS that he is her mother, father, brother and friend. Somehow that scene really moved me. *sob*sniffle*sob* T.T

    • 3.4 Linda165

      I fell asleep on my desk waiting for the recap.

      I saw the episode twice and it got me both times… even now reading the recap, tears keep falling. Can’t wait for next week, but don’t want it to eeeeeeeenddd!!!!!

    • 3.5 ahjummabunny

      I’m reading this recap at my desk and can’t get enough tissues or stop the tears! People at work are used to this by now.

      • 3.5.1 Alvina

        ^Lol, I cant imagine how many times you’ve done it if people at work are already used to it XD

        • ahjummabunny

          My first at work drama was a melodrama and I watched at least 40 of the 55 episodes at work. I’m actually working about 3 hours a day and 1 hour lunch break so I usually watch about 6 or 7 episodes a day depending on when I start work.

          • Salam

            Wow….6-7 episodes thats like 6-7 hours……(a day i assume). God didnt give you two hearts (minds), take it easy on yourself.

      • 3.5.2 Jomo

        I don’t cry at my work desk.
        I “have allergies” at my work desk requiring a constant supply of tissues.

        • MELLIssa

          hehehe, you are as good as KANG at making excuses….

    • 3.6 obivia

      I totally cried watching this episode~!

      And then I totally guffawed reading this: “Kang shows up at Min-ho’s apartment the next morning, wearing a trenchcoat. Buh… there are words coming out of his mouth, I think.

      Oh, right. He tells Min-ho…”

      Thanks, GF!!

  4. NV

    I was literally sobbing during the last scene, watching it unsubbed.
    Thanks Girlfriday!

    • 4.1 5chiawu

      May I know where you get your english subs so early?

      • 4.1.1 SilentMiracle

        You can get the fastest english subs for 49 days at darksmurfsub.com It finishes 100% comes out the day after it airs.

  5. Quarki

    I totally loved it too!!!

  6. kpopfan

    Yay!!! she got her tears! now did anybody wonder how Jihyun’s father got his hair back so quickly after brain surgery?

    • 6.1 MJP

      LOL! It’s just like in Playful Kiss the “super mutant healing factor” of Oh Ha Ni. She would break a leg and be back to normal in the next episode! Says MJP Hubby: “She was like Wolverine, without the claws!”

      Daddy Shin had some fast growing hair tonic. Korea sure has some great hair products! Where can I get some?

      • 6.1.1 Lost without KDrama

        Crack me up!

    • 6.2 YY

      He was wearing a wig cos he didn’t want to look different.

    • 6.3 Jomo

      There were some more funny moments like that in this episode.
      IJ was just going to waltz in a COMMIT MURDER and walk out, no worries about security cameras, or clearly having a motive, or ending up in prison?

      MH is off to the side somewhere ignoring IJ and being in love with YK/JH despite the fact that BOTH girls hate him with a burning passion, and he is destroying JH’s family. What’s love got to do with that?

      Kang-ah, I love you but do you really have to fly to the States with 4 days left? You gonna go meet Park Hae Young and his dad, maybe catch a Yankees game? I know Korea is the most networked country, couldn’t you do a video conference, maybe a Webex?

      Ah! Reality and logic, who needs you?

      • 6.3.1 asianromance

        In secret garden, you can apparently carry off an unconscious body without anyone being the wiser until you’re like 20 miles away. Being stolen away by Hyun-bin would be awesome, but would hate to have my body stolen by a creep. In kdramaland where doctor-patient confidentiality gets violated to the nth degree and where CPR is mangled….

        Minho is such a masochist!! I hope someone in the drama calls him out for it. I wonder if he will try to get with JH now that she can’t remember his dastardly deeds or if he would try to get with YK.

        Maybe Kang’s dad is like a lot of other dads where he doesn’t know how to do video conferencing? I can see Kang begging on his knees to his father to help him save JH’s dad’s company as a last resort – so maybe that’s why he went in person?

      • 6.3.2 greenfezza

        I beg to differ on your last point. I believe it’s because he haven’t met with and talk to his father for a long time. So, I think going to meet him in person would be more sincere. Coz yunno, you can’t just video conference a people you haven’t met for a long time and ask them for money out of the blue.

        But the most important reason will be that he needs to go to US and out of the picture so that we can get all that sobbing moments. SOBS :((

        • Jomo

          I am going to say something awful here, based on some guessing who the last S elevator ride belongs to.

          What if Kang’s plane crashes and HE DIES?!!!
          Take THAT audience!
          The viewers would set fire to the writer’s car, home, office!

          • One

            Considering that Ji Hyun and Yi Kyung are mirroring each other’s fate, wouldn’t it make sense that Han Kang and Yi Soo end up in the spirit world while girls continue living? Well, that would not surprise me a bit. Still, sad sad sad…

          • junaly

            No, if he crashed he would get 49 days and then the drama repeats itself…

          • Jomo

            I’d watch that for a dollar!
            With recently murdered (by IJ) Minho as the Scheduler!

          • cynthia

            lol 49 days but with kang? i would watch that!
            more kang ahhh for 20 more episodes!!!

          • vrosemarie

            EWW!! Min Ho as the Scheduler?? But I like the murdered by IJ part. Wakakakaka!

    • 6.4 Princess61

      I know , right? I was thinking that very same thing. But Ji Hyun’s father’s hair aside, O.M.G. This episode was E.P.I.C. This was the best episode E.V.E.R. Now I can relax a little easy knowing that there’s still hope for Kang and Ji Hyun to be together and wondering how it’s going to happen. And I hope there’s going to be a kiss in there too! As far as Yi Kyung, I want her to be happy as well. She’s been through so much. And I want Yi Soo to be at peace. Min Ho and In Jung…all I have to say is Karma baby. You’ll get yours in the end!

      And Kang in a trench coat? Swoon! I’m sad that the drama is ending and I hope the ending exceeds my expectation! Kang and Ji Hyun fighting!

  7. kathylovesdramas



  8. DQ

    Just wanted to post a comment, since its the first time that I am not the last one to read the recaps.. thanks for all that you do… You have a lot on your plate.

  9. So3

    I guess no one in the world could have guessed an ending like this for episode 18… i just wow-ed as i read the ending!

    so looking forward to next week’s last 2 episodes!

  10. 10 qwerty



  11. 11 flibbet

    i can’t remember the last time i saw a drama that got this much better as it wore on. i can’t wait for next week!

    • 11.1 nauna

      My thoughts exactly! Most dramas start out strong, but then sort of fizzle out towards the end, but not this one! It’s just gotten better and better. For once, it seems like the writer knew exactly where (s)he was headed. So glad I decided to go along for the ride.

  12. 12 grace

    i loveeeeeeeee 49 days!!! setkslegmalsfm;askakgts;dgkls
    can a week feel any longer?!

  13. 13 MJP

    I can’t believe it!!!! I can’t believe it!!!!

    WOW!!! What an episode! I was on the edge of my seat the whole time.

    Only two episodes left to have some peace because the tension to find out what will happen is driving me crazy!

    I just have to commend the writers of the show, they deserve some serious awards for this one!!! SERIOUSLY!!!

    • 13.1 Jomo

      As they show her wake up, and I am sobbing and weeping, all I could think was “I am so happy right now. I am so happy…for this…character inna show…BUT WHO CARES? I AM SO HAPPY FOR THEM ALL!”

      I keep picturing Kang-ah finding out over the phone from Chef and wanting to transport or apparate himself home.

      Talk about a hero run! He’ll be parachuting out of the plane so he can hit the ground sooner to see his JH, who won’t remember any of it! SO COOL!

      • 13.1.1 MJP

        Ooh, I am getting cold shivers!

      • 13.1.2 mellissa

        “Talk about a hero run! He’ll be parachuting out of the plane so he can hit the ground sooner to see his JH, who won’t remember any of it! SO COOL!”

        and as he removes his parachute thingy, we see KANG IN A SUIT , he then magics a bouquet of pink roses out of nowhere (using tricks JH taught him). He heads out to the hospital, JH sees him in his SUIT, gets up from her bed and lets out –


        • Jomo

          If ONLY!!!

      • 13.1.3 maria

        and he’ll be thinking,”2 more days with the ji hyun who kiindaaa sortaaa mega loves me now”, and when he comes back, it’ll actually be like… OH SHOCK, why are being so nice to me kang ah.. where’s my min ho?
        RAGE. hehehehe

        • Jomo

          Out of her haze, she sees MH staring gloomily at some skinny sad-looking but pretty chick she has never seen before…

          Then notices IJ is standing behind MH, glaring at HIM.

          Waving weakly, JH gets IJ’s attention, who has given up all pretense of BFF ness. IJ yells over to JH’s hospital bed “You couldna died, b)tch?”

          Welcome back!!

      • 13.1.4 malta

        Ji hyun can’t remember anything now that she’s awake….That breaks my heart. I mean does she lose her character development along with her memories, like is she less mature and aware now that she can’t remember all those experiences she just had? Maybe there will be someway for her to regain the memories of the 49days…

        • Jomo

          I think they said she won’t remember the “things” that happened, but she will remember the feelings.
          That is how they allow her to have some sense of the evil that MH really embodies, and the HEAVEN that is Kang-ah!

  14. 14 Jenni


  15. 15 mellissa


    You are my hero!

    Thanks for the recap!

  16. 16 Sarah A.

    I really can’t wait for the subs on this episode. Soooooo tempting to read this before watching. No matter what I do, I always love your added insight on the drama. Awesome job on the recaps.

  17. 17 zakuropanda

    Thanks so much for the recap! Can’t wait for the finale! 😀

  18. 18 Abbie

    Am I first?

    • 18.1 Abbie

      no i’m not. dangit.

  19. 19 sb


  20. 20 stars4u

    aaahhhh!!! and I cried in this episode!!!

    It was so… they know how to get me everytime, this show…

  21. 21 YY

    I haven’t seen this ep but just reading the recap makes me tear….aw so sad.

    Kang-ahhhhh (sadly) going to miss you…..

    • 21.1 MJP

      Which YY are you? Are you the Original YY or are you YY #2? You are sounding a bit too sane to be the Original YY. If you are YY#2 could you please alter your name so we can distinguish between the two of you? Thank you!!!

      • 21.1.1 maria

        hahahaha, i love that they’re actually distinguishable in that way. LOL! no offense to the second YY, but the original YY has haikus and verses and i’m kind of in love with YY! hehehehe

        • MJP

          Yes, I love the original YY too!

          Let’s give a lotta YY Luv!!!


          • Ani

            Uh huh, yeah, I’ve been there. The doppelgängers on this site don’t like to listen. But on the other hand, might as well have fun while they’re around…. Also, YY#2, you can try TT as a username since it’s similar, yet untaken. And Yes, this is what I do with doppelgängers now, I give them name change advise. It’s fun that way. XD But I love the Kang love coming from this group. I am totally all about supporting the girls though and that’s just because I love the bond that they’ve developed beyond the host/soul relationship.

          • YY

            Yes, yes, I love you too….but I love kang-ah more he he

      • 21.1.2 YY

        Yo YY original here. Really truly cross my heart. I posted that comment here. Gee nobody believes me anymore. Ok my proof I’m YY: See Grandpa here? *pointing to Grandpa pics on ceiling* See me tilt? *jerks head maniacally* See my Kang-ah waxys? Ramen hair? Jomo cut-out? Ok my final indisputable proof TADAAAA MY CHAINSAW OILED AND GLEAMING KANG-AH IS MINE MINE MINE MINEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!!!!!!

        • Ani

          This Double Trouble thing is really causing some trouble. HAHAHA. You might have to include Haikus in all your posts… Or show all your Kang-ah love in one go everytime. XD

          • YY

            Er….Ani, your doppelganger just showed up LOL Freaked me out yesterday when I read YY 2’s post ….I had to tell myself You’re not going crazy, you did NOT post this.

          • Jomo

            Maybe you can develop a secret handshake to let us know it’s YYou. It kinda sucks, doesn’t it, to be picked on like that.
            The Owls send their compassion and wisdom.
            The Hand Towel offers you the towel at his waist to dry your tears. You decide whether he has to remove it or not to do so.

          • Dorotka

            I know that this is completely unrelated… but could somebody please enlighten me, why is Hand Towel called Hand Towel?? Thanks!

          • MJP

            I’ve got the reply for The Hand Towel this time…

            Dorotka, please read the article using the link below. JB and GF started it all.


          • Jomo

            Thank you for your response, Archivist MJP.

            Dorotka – In order to understand DB – lore even better, and for further study of the towels in question, please refer to the historical documents at this link:

          • Dorotka

            Thanks 😀
            Very educative 😀 😀
            I somehow missed those articles… or skipped the important discussion below with the “Song Soo Gun” explanation 🙂

          • Ani

            No worries, this one is all me. I just didn’t sign off properly. HAHAHA. I really hope I don’t start confusing myself too along the way. XD

            With Love,

            The Original Ani ^_~

  22. 22 myweithisway

    Watching it in the library isn’t the greatest idea ever either (unless you have tissue on hand).

    That walk underneath the trees took my breath away.

    • 22.1 Jomo

      It was such a beautiful shot for the perfect moment in the story.

    • 22.2 maria

      word. i got thrown out of the library once fro reading dramabeans, and laughing like a loon on loony pills.

      • 22.2.1 MJP

        Ba Ha Ha Ha Ha!!!

        I can picture that!

    • 22.3 Soo Ae

      myweithisway…do you know the exact location of that pathway under the trees? i notice that location is often used in kdramas, thanks!

    • 22.4 Soo Ae

      do you know the location of this path under the trees? sooo lovely!

  23. 23 Francesca

    Omo! I’m soooo excited!!

  24. 24 kanggggaaaaahhhh

    this drama is juss W0W!!!! 0ne 0f the best drama that I’ve ever watch in a l0ng time!!!Thank y0u s000 much f0r all y0ur hardw0rk in giving us the recaps!!!

  25. 25 Ani

    Welcome back to life Ji-hyun! im so anticipating how she will see Kang-ah now that she remembers nothing about 49 days. #

    • 25.1 Ani

      I know right doppelgänger? I still wonder if we’re going to see something similar to Just Like Heaven. There’s a possibility, but as fri mentioned, you never know with this drama. It sure likes to surprise its viewers.

      With Love,

      The Original Ani ^_~

      • 25.1.1 YY

        LOL at Ani and her doppelganger chatting haha Is this going to start a new trend here? Chatting with our doppelgangers must be a first in DB!

        • Ani

          It looks like we’re both going to go about chatting with our doppelgangers on DB often. I seriously hope everyone knows that there really is more than one Ani (and two YYs) roaming DB these days and that I’m not just doing this for laughs. I’m going to have to remember to sign off saying:

          With Love,

          The Original Ani ^_~

          or something similar just in case there’s a need to differentiate.

          With Love,

          The Original Ani ^_~

  26. 26 maureen

    This is so good! Crying like a baby omg! Come on next week get here all ready.

  27. 27 XiaoFen

    Now that JH is back to life, how about Yi Kyung x Yi Soo story and fate now? I hope for many of their scenes in the last 2 episodes, must be bittersweet. Oh please Drama God, give my fav couple happy ending. I’m soooo worried about the fate of this Song couple. I feel like I’ll cry a bucket.
    When Yi Soo finally couldn’t resist to touch YK when she sleep, I was melt. Sooo full choke of unspoken love, longing, & regret.

    • 27.1 Suou89

      Be prepared for dramatic finale, dear. Dunno if it will really be tragic end for YK-YS, but strong rumors already blowing that the dead-to-be persons list S received for his last mission contain YK’s REAL name. Of course S now still couldn’t recognize it because he too, doesn’t know what’s YK’s actual name is (YK was a name he gave to her).

      • 27.1.1 B

        Hmm I can see how the writer would take it in that direction, esp since YK did mention how they never knew her real name and YS promised he’ll find out for her etc…I mean why bother mentioning that at all unless….

      • 27.1.2 Eva

        i was thinking the exact same thing…YK will die and that will be YS last job as the scheduler but I’m hoping that they’ll borrow both Ji Hyuns & Kang Han’s body to have the last date as a human being, and YS be able to propose to YK…

        This drama is the BEST EVER!!! Keeps me guessing all the time and hasn’t disappointed so far!

        Thank you for the great & fast recap!

      • 27.1.3 tepsnos

        Gosh @ Suou89 sharp mind to abt Y real name so guess its gonna b sad-hapi-sad ending 4 d Song’s couple…

        can’t wait 4 2c more revealing in next LAST 2 eps.

    • 27.2 Vienna

      Yes Yes Yes please writer-nim, save S-K, let them be together. I don’t care whether it defiles logic or not. I just want them to be happy…… Kang and JH now have better prospect and chance of being together and get happy end whether it’s JH remembers her 49 D journey or Kang work his best to win JH’s heart. But S-K on the other hand… 🙁

      I really can’t take JIW-LYW another heartbreak at the end. Their portrayals of S-K will make those last scenes super duper sad.

    • 27.3 haneul.

      Im actually hoping its her… I think the alternative is Kang…

  28. 28 ohemgee

    bawling. like. a. baby.

    KANG-AH!!!!!!!!!!! :'(

    2 episodes?!! gah.

  29. 29 purplesheesh

    Now I’m crying.. T_T

  30. 30 febbie

    wow.. as in wow.. I totally love 49 days, I actually cried in the last scene and screamed out loud when I saw her woke up, so loud that made my mom came up and yelled “stop watching k-dramas kung mababaliw ka lang “..

    • 30.1 CHEL

      mga nanay talaga…..kakatawa

    • 30.2 msposh387

      don’t worry di lang ikaw ang nababaliw…LOL

    • 30.3 Leina

      Hahahahaha buti mag-isa lang ako sa opisina pag nanonood 🙂 Astig ‘tong dramang to, SOBRA!

      • 30.3.1 cynthia

        Kang ah at 49 araw ay ang pinakamahusay na

  31. 31 B

    I sooo love this drama….

  32. 32 asianromance

    Thanks for the recap, girlfriday!!! I’m putting this drama up there with MNIKSS for awesomeness. I got the feeling a tear would be coming today but 2 tears! whoa! And that gives it enough time for JH to hopefully catch up on what has gone on for the past 49 days. NGR has really grown on me. She suits the solemn/melo and even creepy types of moments better than being cheerful and perky.

    I really like how this drama seems in tune with what the audience might think or speculate. For example, in this episode, JH brought up the possibility that YK may have been lost and not abandoned – which I’ve heard some people speculate.

    is there a way to put a restraining order on Minho for excessive stalking?? There should be a sign around Heaven that KMH should be stoned if he steps within 2 feet of the property.

    agree with you about how little work Kang actually does. He runs a restaurant but sits around. He is an architect but sits at his restaurant, doing nothing. But i love how he’s working overtime to save JH. I love how he told MH off in a way that would make MH feel that he is being a piece of shit.

    As for IJ, I’m pissed at her, but I did feel a bit bad for her during her confrontation with JH’s mom. While parents will care about their children first, I think they can also have enough room to express some worry if their kid’s friend, who lives with them, comes home beaten up. But still, that doesn’t justify what IJ did. If she wanted a parent’s concern, then she should have stayed home with her own mom. I’m glad she got spooked!

    “I like the contemplative, life-affirming quiet moments with Yi-kyung better. “—> I agree too! I think this is what makes this drama stand apart from other romantic dramas. And also, I don’t know where the drama is going to go from here!

    • 32.1 Kat

      Totally agree with your point about stalker Minho! The beginning scene with Kang & Jihyun was so touching…until the camera turned and we see Minho creeping there. I actually LOL’d because it was so random! Kinda ruined the moment :S.

    • 32.2 Sissey T

      Probably Minho and Yi Kyung are brothers and sisters, which may explain why he is drawn to her in ways he himself cannot understand. After Yi Kyung is lost/abandoned, their mom became mentally unstable and is never the same, blaming herself for treating her daughter so badly?

      • 32.2.1 asianromance

        I was also thinking this that they may be siblings. But as for MinHo being drawn to her because he senses this – I’m not sure. But I can betcha if this is true, MH will be even MORE crazy and may need to be committed by the end of the series. It’s already tough enough for him to deal with the whole being in love with JH in YK’s body thing. Now a sister complex! He is going to have a fit!

        • Leina

          What if… what if… she’s the noona of HK!!!!!! And that she wasn’t abandoned at the train station, but she only got lost! Maybe that also started the rift between HK’s mom and dad, because the dad got mad at HK’s mom for being irresponsible? We never really considered this before because of the possibility of a YK-HK pairing in the event that JH dies, but now that that’s out of the window (YAY!), what if??? Ooooh, then HK calling JH/YK ‘noona’ all this time would really take on a profound meaning. 🙂

          • aiqcn

            I also think Khan is YK’s little brother. Reuniting her with her brother must be Scheduler’s wish for the last thing that he can do for her. He can’t come back to YK. I don’t think he would take her with him. He must have wanted to give her someone who loves her and cares for her. That someone gotta be YK’s family.Maybe YK recognized something that reminds her of her mother or brother when she was in JH’s bed side.

          • Leina

            Oh, HK went to the States to try to convince his dad to invest in the Shin business. What if his dad returns with him and somehow recognizes YK as the long-lost daughter? Perhaps the reason why HK never mentioned having an older sister to JH was because he was too little to remember (he was still in his diapers) or maybe he suppressed his memories or his parents never talked about it in his presence. Gaaaah, one more week to obsess!!

      • 32.2.2 blue1004

        I don’t think MH and YK can be siblings because MH is older than YK…

        • NN

          You’re right, cos YK is only a year older than Kang but MH is Kang’s “hyung” ie MH is older than Kang. So MH is at least same age or older than YK which would rule him out as her younger bro.

      • 32.2.3 Jomo

        It has to be MH.
        The writers have done a good job setting us up for that with his fascination with YK. He is troubled by it as opposed to being happy in love, he’s tortured.

        I think had it been Kang-ah, he would have mentioned it.
        MH, on the other hand, never talks about his unhappy past, his crazy mom.

        How old was the brother that YK talked about? Two years old? Three?

        • Eva

          What if Yi Kyung and Ji hyun’s are sisters which is why their souls are compatible??? hehehe…just some thought 😀

          • AC

            lol also can’t be JH since YK mentioned a younger brother

        • AC

          it can’t be MH for the same reason it can’t be HK, since MH is even older than HK

  33. 33 abel

    i super love it!!! many thanks gf for the recap.

  34. 34 amatsu

    thank you so much for this! such a GREAT drama! i wonder if i’ll be able to restrain myself from reading the last recaps. i really need to try watching a drama spoiler free. heh.

  35. 35 REdGlobe

    I have been refreshing this page for hours waiting for this recap thanx =) well worth it

  36. 36 ysang

    thank you thank you! i hope yi-kyung and jihyun be bffs since she woke up already. is there a rule where-in those who knows her as a soul that they can’t tell her the things that happened during her 49/47 days? ayyyuuuu… i wish yi-kyung can tell her the whole story!! ahhhh!! it kills me knowing that this drama is ending soon!

  37. 37 nonie2868

    I was sobbing too much, this drama is sooooooooooo great

  38. 38 mysterious

    SHE GOT HER TEARS!!!! SHE WOKE UP!!!! YEEEAAA!!! But she’s not supposed to remember the 49 days. Will the others-HK, YK, MH, and IJ-remember what’s happened? I wonder how this will all work out in the end. 😀

    • 38.1 Tyme

      IJ and MH will go crazy–It seems IJ is already crazy with her dreams of JH and such. xD

  39. 39 ilikehim

    Yes! I called it! Kang, Seo Woo and Yi Kyung are the three tears!

  40. 40 sorcy79au

    Waahh! I keep saying it but BEST! EPISODE! EVAH! Cute Scheduler is back in all his glory.
    Sexy Kang has never left me.
    I swear Crazy IJ and Crazy MH are just made for each other but the Haemido storyline kind of bores me. I know it kind of imperative to the whole story as it makes people do what they do but I find myself zoning out and just wanting to watch Kang-ah and JK together ^_^

    I was crying like a girl when JK found out that Kang went the the USA and then when she was saying goodbye to everyone. WAAAHHH T_T

    I’m confused though, I must have missed the bit where Kang’s waiter said he was going to do a double spy act because the last I saw was MH asking him for his loyalty and then the waiter reports to him. What ep does he mention to Kang about the double act?

    Quickly bring on next Wednesday!

    • 40.1 Alvina

      I know! That branch of the storyline bores me too, I end up doing something else during it lol.

      And, the double agent thing, I dont think he told Kang…right? He’s just a “single agent” (ie a spy) ’cause the only one who is paying him to spy is Minho.

  41. 41 timer

    good tat she wake but she will forgot everything tat happen right? & what about yi-kyung and Yi Soo ( good ending for them plz )

  42. 42 fourtynine

    OMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMG. i totally got goosebumps… she got her three tears !!!! but im freaking sad cause she wont remember yi-kyung or yi-soo.. & she wont remember her feelings for Kang…. ):

  43. 43 Lost without KDrama

    OMG!! She’s alive!!

    I’ve been watching the unsubbed version-I was up to Ji-hyun singing for her parents’ anniversary.

    And then I read the recaps beyond that scene and then Ji-Hyun is telling the Scheduler to call for the elevator…

    and, and…then there’s 2 more teardrops and, and…she ‘s alive!! That’s awesome!!

  44. 44 k-soup

    OMG! I don’t know what to say! This episode is just SUPER! thanks for the super fast recap! can’t wait for the eng sub..ugh!

  45. 45 sunflowery


  46. 46 mysume

    Too good! Too good! Thanks so much girlfriday!

  47. 47 Penn

    My eyes were red and puffy after this episode. Thank you for the recap.

  48. 48 Ybistop

    I haven’t watch the drama yet…but I’m confuse! Does Kang like the girl whose in the coma or the woman whose body is possessed?

    Does the scheduler like the girl whose in the coma?

    Does the woman whose body is possessed by the girl in the coma like Kang?

    Some one PLEASE answer my questions!!! 😉

    • 48.1 asianromance

      Kang is in love with the girl who is in the coma, Ji Hyun. He has liked her ever since high school.

      Scheduler doesn’t like Ji Hyun in a romantic way. I think he cares about her, but the one he is in love with is the girl who gets possessed, Yi Kyung. When he was alive, his name was Yi Soo and he and Yi Kyung were childhood sweethearts/boyfriend-girlfriend as adults.

      Yi Kyung only likes the Scheduler/Yi Soo.

      • 48.1.1 YBisTOP

        Thanks so much, asianromance! Now I get it. Thank you, Thank you! 🙂

  49. 49 Kim

    cried so much in this episode. When JiHyun got her 2nd and 3d tear and then wakes up in the end I was practically hysterical in joy. Than god it was 2am here when it was on. I dont think i’ll be able to breath properly until the next episode. I still hate the fact that she wont remember how she loved kang and she wont even remember her Unni.

  50. 50 -_-


    • 50.1 berdecinismo

      @ 49 -_-

      I love you for that~ LOL!

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