Drama Recaps
Romance Town: Episode 15
by | July 3, 2011 | 45 Comments

AHHH THE MONEY! AHHH THE MONEY! Yeah – that’s really my only worry going into this episode. The characters? Screw them – they’re all screwed anyways. AHHH THE MONEY…!!

It’s ridiculous (in a good way) how this money just pretty much ruined everyone’s lives in this episode, in logical, physical, and emotional ways.

Hyun Joo is practically hyperventilating as she calls up front desk about the four people fainted in the room. Ambulances arrive and the four maids are quickly wheeled out of the hotel. The concierge stops Hyun Joo for a moment; they have all the garbage bags that her fainted friends left behind. The chambermaid was about to toss them until they realized the contents of the bag, and then kept it in a safe place.

Garbage bags? Hyun Joo remembers the maids’ suspicious activity with those bags and goes with the concierge to claim them. Without looking at the contents, she asks that they help her into a taxi with those bags, and checks out of the hotel.

Soon Geum awakens first in the ambulance, and she quickly wakes up Soo Jung. Da Kyum and Zar Lin, who are in the other ambulance, also wake up in surprise at their surroundings. Both sets of maids plead with their EMTs to bring them back to the hotel. They’ll die if they go to the hospital! They need to be at the hotel!

They rush up to the concierge, who happily informs them that their companion took their garbage bags away. Hee. The women’s faces turn black with fear and worry, but Soon Geum believes that Hyun Joo would never cheat her friends like they cheated her… right!?

Hyun Joo opens the bags one by one in the taxi, and nearly screams at the sight of so much money. She has the taxi drive around for a bit, refusing to go home or the hospital.

The maids all rush to Hwang Yong’s home, asking him quite rudely if Hyun Joo came home. She didn’t, and so Soo Jung, Da Kyum, and Zar Lin enter Hyun Joo’s room and start tearing it apart. They discover she left her cell phone, rendering her unreachable, and can’t even contact her son to ask where she is.

Hwang Yong asks Soon Geum if she told them he was a gangster, because they’re all treating him as if he is one. She blames everything on him; even if he doesn’t know the reason why or doesn’t think he ought to be blamed, he has to take the blame! Hwang Yong then reveals that Hyun Joo did call. Well then what did she say?! He tells Soon Geum that Hyun Joo won’t be back for a few days, and she’s only a little sorry about that because he still has Zar Lin around. However, Hwang Yong’s face closes up, and Soon Geum picks up that he’s withholding information about the phone call from her.

He is – Hyun Joo had requested to meet him alone tomorrow. She needed his advice, and meeting him will help her figure out what to do in the future. Uh oh. He distracts Soon Geum with another question though: Which one would she pick – the guy whom she likes, or the guy who likes her?

It’s easy – Soon Geum picks the guy she likes, since he likes her back. Suddenly, she picks up on it – does Hwang Yong like Hyun Joo!? And he should stop liking Yoon Joo while he’s at it, because she’s a married woman! Hwang Yong doesn’t answer, although it’s clear that question is troubling his mind.

Back in the room, Da Kyum gets a text message from her credit card company about a recent, expensive purchase. Soo Jung curses her out – how dare that thief start spending their money! (But who’s really stealing from who here!?)

Meanwhile, Young Hee grabs a soju bottle from the convenience store and manages to purchase it without using his last 1000 Won. Poor guy can’t even afford a 50 Won paper cup, so he resorts to using the cap as a mini sipper. He wonders if he should just tell Da Kyum the truth about the painting, and the scene plays out in his mind…

Da Kyum refuses to give back the painting when she learns how much it’s worth. Young Hee pleads with her – she didn’t sleep with him, therefore he has nothing to be sorry for, and therefore he’s entitled to get his apology gift back! They get into a tug-of-war over the painting, and Da Kyum threatens to smash the painting. It ends with Young Hee being slammed with a huge pile of rotten bananas.

Nope. Telling the truth is not a feasible option right now. So Young Hee wonders if he should just lie to her….

In a candle-lit bedroom, Young Hee confesses that he’s in love with Da Kyum. They don’t need a wedding; as long as she’s there with him and the painting, they’re good. Da Kyum shyly kisses him on the mouth, and he pulls her down on the bed.

Nope. Young Hee shivers at the thought of giving up his bachelorhood for a painting. He gives up the cap and guzzles the bottle.

Hyun Joo phones the hospital from a phone booth asking about her friends. She’s relieved to hear that they all woke up and insisted on returning to the hotel instead. With that, she goes to the bank the next day to make a very. large. deposit.

Soon Geum mixes her leftovers into a spicy bibimbap with some soju on the side. Gun Woo wants to eat with her, but she doesn’t feel like sharing right now. Besides, they’re not in a relationship to share spoons. “What’s wrong with that? We’ve kissed!” Gun Woo exclaims. “Three times? That’s not enough to share a spoon,” Soon Geum replies.

WELL THEN. When you put it that way… Hey Gun Woo, think you can kiss her again!? Like… now?! No? Fine. *grumbles off*

Gun Woo is jealous (again) that she only cares for Young Hee. They’re back at this argument again… But Soon Geum is not in the mood to talk after all that’s happened today.

In a dark church, Soo Jung prays to God for her money. She knows she’s done a lot of wrong, stealing from her mother at a young age, keeping a dollar here or there wherever she found. She was a true follower of Finders-Keepers Philosophy, but even then, she thinks that losing her 2.5 million is just too much to lose. She tearfully cries that she just wants to be loved for once, and yet God is preferring pretty Hyun Joo over her.

(Gah. I can’t sympathize Soo Jung on this after all she’s done. However, kudos to the actress – she really knows how to cry.)

Suddenly a voice yells from across the church: can she tone it down!?!?!


Soon Geum visits Bong Yi in his office, under the pretense of asking after her father. But Bong Yi wises up fast, knowing that Soon Geum just wants to check in and see if he told her father about her winning the jackpot. Bong Yi is honest – even if she can try to buy his silence, he has a loose mouth that starts spilling secrets after one drink.

Miserable, she makes a phone call to Gun Woo to say she missed him. She admits that she won the lottery jackpot but got found out by the other maids. And now, her father will find out that she won through Bong Yi. She herself doesn’t know what her heart feels, but she asks if he will stay by her side, where they can fight and talk and see each other anytime.

But then… her phone rings! She never dialed to Gun Woo! But speak of the devil – he’s the one who’s calling her!

He just wants to know if she’s feeling better; will buying a bunch of balloons help cheer her up? He also wants to let her know that his father’s finally been released, which is much to Soon Geum’s relief.

Gun Woo is having lunch at a hotel restaurant with his father, Yoon Joo, and the lawyer. The lawyer credits Gun Woo for getting Tae Won out, but Tae Won refuses to thank his son for anything. They then spot Hwang Yong entering the restaurant to meet with Hyun Joo. Tae Won finds it interesting that Hwang Yong would have a special relationship with his maid, while Yoon Joo glares with jealousy.

Hyun Joo wanted to meet with Hwang Yong for one thing: does he like her? If he does like her, she’ll be able to let go of her greed and return it (back to the other maids). She’s fallen for him because he’s been so nice to her, and she wants to know if there’s sincerity to that kindness. Hwang Yong frankly apologizes. He was only nice to her, and hired her, because she helped him during the hotel incident and because she looked pitiful after getting fired. Hyun Joo breathes heavily; it is now going to be very hard for her to give up the money, as she no longer has a chance to become a madame.

Meanwhile, Da Kyum, Zar Lin, and Soo Jung mope in the front lawn, jealous that Soon Geum’s wealth didn’t disappear. When they see her, they find out that Soon Geum only lost 150,000 Won to Hyun Joo, which is nothing compared to the others’. Soon Geum scolds them – see, if they had followed her idea and just shared it with Hyun Joo, none of this would have happened. Soo Jung insists that she’s a victim of a robbery and wants to report it to the police. Soon Geum immediately vetoes that idea – if they go to the police, they’ll be caught with all that money and be forced to pay taxes for it, meaning that they will have even less money.

Young Hee muses over seeing Soon Geum’s money in the large duffel bags. He’s been rejected by all of 1st Street for a loan, and so he gets the crazy idea of asking Soon Geum for a loan. He asks to meet her that evening, but suddenly loses his nerve.

Soon Geum urges him to just tell her what’s on his mind, and he finally asks her for a loan. She’s surprised that no one has lent him anything, and he replies that everyone seemed to be judging his worth, and didn’t think he was very worthy at all. He tells her to forget it, but Soon Geum says she’ll think about it. That puts a small smile on Young Hee’s face – there’s some hope left!

Soon Geum returns to her room and begins counting out some bills. There’s a faint knock on the door, but she doesn’t answer, and so it automatically opens. It’s Gun Woo. Soon Geum immediately stuffs the bills back in her bag and closes it up, but Gun Woo already knows. He too, quietly asks her for some money. He won’t tell her what he’s using it for, but knows that she has some “extra funds.”

She awkwardly tells him that she has no money for a loan (despite her wealth sitting right there between them). Gun Woo apologizes for even asking and leaves her room. I don’t think he really wanted to borrow from her, but was just testing her to see what her response would be.

He immediately suspects Young Hee and confronts his friend for asking Soon Geum for a loan. Does Young Hee really like Soon Geum the Girl, or Soon Geum’s Money? Young Hee stands up – he likes both, ok?! That warrants a good solid punch in the face.

Meanwhile, Soon Geum is struggling over the fact that two men are asking her for money. But the next morning she decides to give Young Hee the loan. “I have money,” she says, as she hands him the envelope. She even asks him to keep it a secret from Gun Woo; too late though, since he’s watching from across the lawn, incensed that Soon Geum would rather give Young Hee money than give him. Young Hee is embarrassed at having taken money from the girl he likes, but accepts it under Gun Woo’s watchful eye.

That day, Hyun Joo is also on a spending spree, purchasing expensive sunglasses with her credit card rather than the cash that she took. The other maids are alerted once again through her cellphone, and they decide that if she buys a plane ticket, they will report her to the police.

Gun Woo is in a totally bad mood and throws a tantrum around Soon Geum. All he wants to know is what it will take to get the words “I have money” out of her mouth and say it to him. (I think his desire to hear the truth from her has reached this point of extremity.) Soon Geum scoffs – is this all he thinks of her?

He grabs her wrist and drags her inside to confront his dad and stepmom with her. He wants Tae Won to hire three maids; from tomorrow on, he’ll be living with Soon Geum: “I clearly told you before, I like her and I love her.” Soon Geum will no longer be a maid, but will be his girlfriend, and his equal in status. Instead of holding her wrist, he holds her hand. He wants her to be accepted as family. If not, he will not give his father a penny, since he holds the real lottery ticket.

That does not go over well with Tae Won, who yells and throws papers after them. Gun Woo whisks Soon Geum into her room for a breather and asks for her to hug him. He’s so nervous and scared he feels like he’s falling apart, but so is Soon Geum. They clutch each other…

Gun Woo: You like me, right?
Soon Geum: More than you know.
Gun Woo: Even though I know Young Hee is having a hard time, I’m getting jealous. You give him preferential treatment.
Soon Geum: Being jealous is a good thing. (But) I’m telling you I like you much more, Kang Gun Woo.

Gun Woo declares that from now on, she can sleep in his room – that’s how they’ll cohabit. The second floor is all theirs; they will not move out.

The other maids are basically waiting around for another purchase to come through on Hyun Joo’s phone – and another one it does. This time it’s a plane ticket. Soo Jung dials in the police.

She goes over to Soon Geum’s later to let her know that they’ve called the police already. She, Da Kyum, and Zar Lin are going to take Young Hee’s car to confront Hyun Joo at the airport before she flies off to Australia. Soon Geum quickly runs over to Hwang Yong. Everything is going to be lost! She quickly tells him what has transpired, and that the maids are seeking revenge. What will happen if the police get to Hyun Joo first?

Well, Hwang Yong explains, 1) Soon Geum will be in trouble for receiving more money than the ticket is worth; 2) Hwang Yong will be in trouble for giving more money and buying the ticket; 3) all the maids are in trouble for having touched that “tainted” lottery money; 4) Hyun Joo will be in trouble for stealing it, and 5) the person who purchased the ticket from him with even more money will be in trouble. Basically, everyone is friggin’ screwed.

Gun Woo joins them – he wants to go to the airport too. He drives Soon Geum over, while Hwang Yong ends up with his brigade of black cars, full of his men. Young Hee and the maids are also driving over, and Young Hee is in absolute denial that the nice Hyun Joo would betray them and steal their money like that.

The police are also on their way, and Hwang Yong’s cars catch up to the police car. He orders his men to create a distraction: have an accident with the police car and stop them from getting to the airport!!

Hyun Joo arrives at the airport, reassuring herself that she can now start over her life and find a new man. (Seriously – what happened to her kids? Is she not going to take them? or give them money?) While waiting for her flight, she calls up Soo Jung…

Soo Jung, Da Kyum, Zar Lin, and Young Hee have all arrived at the airport, looking for Hyun Joo. When Soo Jung picks up her phone, she bristles with anger – that backstabbing liar! Hyun Joo points out that Soo Jung betrayed her as well; if she were never betrayed, she wouldn’t have gone through this extreme. But Soo Jung insists that the money never belonged to her anyways because she wasn’t there to contribute to the pot.

Soon Geum and Gun Woo arrive to see Young Hee (munching on a banana) and they chase after them. Right behind them is Hwang Yong with his swarm of black suits. Gun Woo takes Young Hee aside to give him a good yelling for taking Soon Geum’s money, to which Young Hee threatens a fight in a very public airport.

The maids all catch up to Hyun Joo but can’t get past the gate because Hyun Joo’s already gone through security. Soo Jung yells at her to come over and give back the money, but Hyun Joo has no sympathy. In fact, she looks more saddened by how money has changed her friends into unrecognizable monsters. They’ve totally betrayed her trust. So Soo Jung cops to begging – she apologizes for doing wrong, and Zar Lin and Da Kyum chime in too.

Hyun Joo doesn’t fall for it – she tells them to pretend the money never existed, that they only lost out on $5 for purchasing the ticket. Soon Geum asks if she’ll be comfortable with doing this as well, but Hyun Joo doesn’t reply. I’m kinda proud of her for turning her back on the whiny, greedy maids and boarding the plane.

Her actions are not without regret, as she does cry on the plane. Thank goodness Hwang Yong boards the plane and sits next to her. She doesn’t notice at first, so he gets her attention by noting the hot weather: “In this situation, your dessert is most certainly delicious.” Hyun Joo is surprised to see him there, and even more so when he says: “I’ll let you like me. So, will you come home with me?”


Wow. Hwang Yong is so awesome. I love how he doesn’t mention the money at all and uses her feelings to convince her to come home. It’s beautiful how the two of them have a separate, but equally important issue that needs to be resolved. Her feelings for him have equal weight in convincing her to stay, just as her discomfort over taking money almost worked in getting her to stay. Plus, he orchestrated a traffic accident to buy time – yeah!

I personally don’t want Hyun Joo to fall for Hwang Yong’s ploy because I don’t want the maids to get their money back. (Soon Geum’s alright, but not the other maids.) Seeing how terribly childlike Soo Jung is when the money disappears makes me want to puke in disgust, and I don’t want to see them get something they don’t deserve. Those maids only apologized to get Hyun Joo to come back, but there’s no sincerity in it.

As for Soon Geum and Gun Woo, there was plenty of satisfaction in seeing the two of them comfort each other and reaffirm their feelings for each other. I understand why she lent the money to Young Hee, but I do wonder why she is so insistent on lying to Gun Woo about her money when it’s so obvious that he knows about it! What is so important to her in making sure that he doesn’t get a single cent? If she’s still worried that he’ll like her for her money, then I think she’s not really paying attention to him. He’s done enough to prove that he’s trustworthy: helping her unconditionally, protecting her from her dad, and declaring his love for her twice without any prodding.

I get this feeling that the whole money issue will be resolved soon, and if so, I’m praying that no one gets a cent. It’s a very risky situation we are in though, because the police could get involved, and everyone could get found out. It’s also not easy to reform a greedy person like Soo Jung overnight. Oh the pain of enduring her wails again…


45 Comments from the Beanut Gallery
  1. pampi

    this is getting better and better

    • 1.1 Stephanie

      It’s getting worse and worse! OMG this show makes me hate money

      • 1.1.1 Yurinaa

        I feel the same way 2 it started really good but 2 bad I feel like I dont want to watch it any more but I have 2 ….

  2. ohemgee

    LOVE LOVE LOVE. totally agree with pampi!

    • 2.1 ohemgee

      Hwang Yong is seriously my favorite character.

      <3 him!

      • 2.1.1 maez

        He’s my favorite too!!!

      • 2.1.2 Christy

        haha me too!

  3. reeen

    It’s really refreshing that the romance is not the most imprtant thing in this drama. I like it for its character studies.

  4. lambayyx

    all the maids are quite frustrating, except soon geum. although i understand that hyunjoo feels betrayed, she has NO right to take all that money. they’re all thieves, none of them deserve the money.

  5. YBisTOP

    This drama is so boring and stupid. The main characters are better off acting in a different drama with a different storyline. I stopped watching this drama a long time ago because I didn’t get the point of it.

    *Do not argue with MY opinion of the drama.

  6. Shash'V

    I think she doen’t to tell him she has money because she doesnt want him to feel bad cause he cant support. she fears he would feel small bacause she is richer than him and maybe he ‘d leave her for it.

  7. cinderella

    You know what? I’m really starting to hate on this drama… Before I used to watch this drama for the Soon Geum-Gun Woo-Young Hee trio but my hatred for all the other maids have absolutely put me off this drama…

    I admit, every week I always wonder what will happen in the next episode but I find myself tuning out while I’m watching said episode.

  8. Jomo

    I have to say that Hwang Yong’s plane speech to HJ felt to me like it came out of nowhere, meaning out of desperation. Wouldn’t it feel the same to HJ?
    Why would she believe him? What evidence has up to this point has she seen that would lead her to believe his change of heart? So far, HY has only shown that he loves YJ.

    I guess the “I’ll let you like me” isn’t exactly a declaration, which confuses me even more that it would move her.

    The maids, the maids, the maids and their money.
    I don’t care about them anymore.
    Why they think they need or deserve a mere 5% more of a huge and totally unearned! fortune is beyond me.

    But I guess that is the nature of greed. It is not rational, maybe like love isn’t rational.

    Like you, kaedejun, I would like to see more romance in this town of romance. Couldn’t they just throw in a kiss now and again? Oh! We did get one with YH and the little maid, so that was good…

    I feel that there is so much untapped sexy with JKW…He has something, I want to see it, and they won’t show me.
    Arrrrgggggh! He moves so nicely, and smiles so bedroomy. Why are these shows so chaste?

    Anyway, thanks for the recap. The subs are still confusing. It helps to get the whole picture from you.

    • 8.1 Dara

      Totally agree, JKW is so hot and tender here, which they could explore more on that, and his muscle arms….kyahhh!
      My first time with him btw, and love.

  9. YerVang

    And the rollar coaster continues.

  10. 10 Jossy

    Ohh thanks a mil K!
    Been religiously following RT’s recap and I adore them!
    Not Gonna Lie, Ive been harboring this Grand Ahjusshi Crush on Hwang Yong..
    More than the lead and 2nd male leads -_- … Lol no joke, I mean he’s a gentleman-anti-gangster. How.can.you.not.love.that!

    • 10.1 mary

      I’ll fight you for him.

      He’s my Gangster King! >.<

  11. 11 ricky the royal highness

    “It’s not about the money, money, money
    We don’t need your money, money, money
    We just wanna watch K-dramas
    Forget about the Price Tags”

    I’m paraphrasing on the song by Jessie Jay here ’cause I’m reading read this recap and the song came on the radio. Heh

    Thanks for the recaps 🙂

  12. 12 crazedlu

    baaahh! dang. freakin maids are going crazy over money. yunno, i never imagined they would be THAT money hungry. geez. please don’t let any of them have it!!

  13. 13 laya

    Thank you for the recap! <3

  14. 14 asianromance

    Thanks for the recap!

    At first, it seemed like the maids were filled with both good and bad qualities, but now it seems like they’re just money-hungry biatches, especially that Soo Jung. I’m so glad Hyun-joo got back at them, though i think the best way to solve this is to just burn the money right in front of everyone’s eyes. Maybe Soo Jung will then jump for it and get burned.

  15. 15 germaineora

    thanks a lot for the recaps! though a little bit late.. he he… love this drama and looking forward for the rest! thank you for the hardwork!!!

  16. 16 Ladymoonstone143

    Thank you for this awesome recap….

    I have no sympathy for the other maids because they let their greed rule them. I am so glad Hyun Jo got the money. And hopefully she will keep it. This is just getting so good…can’t wait for the next episode…:)))

  17. 17 jae

    ” money can make you happy but money can’t buy happiness? ”

    Hope Gun Woo & Soon Geum will find their happiness, with or without the money….^^

    thanks kaedejun for recaps!

    • 17.1 Taber

      I reather br rich and unahppy then poor in unhappy, Please I rather just keep being rich.

  18. 18 Dara

    Aww….it’s getting good! I love that I didn’t watch it for just the otp, that’s how this drama is a refreshing one imo, with all the love tri/sq going on in other dramas.

    I think SG won’t let GW touch the money, cuz she loves him so much, and doesn’t want to see him change (or is afraid he will change) cuz of money based on her experiences and the maid’s fiasco.

    Thanks Kaedaejun. ^^

  19. 19 hanjiyoon

    Did Hwang Yong look extremely cool in this episode or what? Him and his entourage of men in the airport…. oh my goodness. So classy, so suave. I love him. xD I wonder what will happen to him in the end… and who he will end up with. It better be someone he deserves!

    The whole money storyline has gotten kind of tiring to me. The maids (minus Soon Geum) are really starting to get irritating with their undying greed. /:

  20. 20 fmv

    this is not romance town but instead it is money hungry maids’ town. lol.

  21. 21 ingridine

    Romance Town is my pleasure of the week !

    city hunter is ok…but too young actors to be credible, heartstrings is cute but childish…

    Jung Gyu Woon Fighting !!!!!

  22. 22 MimieJay

    There’s nothing interesting anymore..I don’t get the whole greed thing and the romance seems stupid..

    Though Hwa Young character is finee..oh maybe just for him. 😛

  23. 23 meanrice

    i find myself watching just to “follow the money” BUT i love to hate on trophy wife and Soo Jung. One thing I have to ask, did Hyun Jo intend on really going to Australia and not coming back…without saying a word to her sons?!?

  24. 24 mskololia

    Thanks kaedejun for the wonderful recap again.

    I liked this episode even though it was slow in some parts to me. Not really wanting HJ to give the money back or get off the plane with Mr. H.

    Let the three maids stew a little…

  25. 25 beggar1015

    The characters? Screw them

    Yeah, it’s all about the Benjamins, baby!

    Oh, wait. This is Korea.

    It’s all about the Shin Saimdangs, baby!

  26. 26 peony

    This drama is so boring now. I stopped watching it like 4 episodes ago. The plot went from an adorable story to like nothing but money making a mess. So boring. There is so much chemistry between the two leads and they aren’t even building on that.

    • 26.1 Schmazel

      I agree. I don’t like how the show has become all about the money. It should be about the ladies and their vocation as well as the romance which has developed between the leads.

  27. 27 [email protected]@M!

    it seems the writer is in a hurry^^….the drama jumped from nothing known to everything revealed in one epi… anyway, the drama is still refreshing ( surtout en ce qui concerne l’argent…mdr)

  28. 28 Mei


  29. 29 Isabella

    I swear that Hwang Yong is the only reason I watch this show…

    The drama is OK… the one problem I have with it is that they overworked the money issue and forgot about everything else (Seriously, I am soo confused about the whole lottery ticket/Money issue because it changes hands on EVERY episode).

    If they had taken that time to develop the characters and their relationships this would be a whoooole different drama. I hate how she just magically fell in love with Gun Woo and how Young Hee just magically fell for her (Ok, maybe not magically but there was basically no build up).

    I think Hwang Yong’s character and his relationship with Soon Geum (also his relationship with Hyun Joo for that matter) are the better explained and waaay more interesting than everyone else’s.

    I hope he does like Hyun Joo for real because I like her character, I like her better than any other woman in the drama (including Soon Geum)

    Soo Jung can roll over in mud for all I care, same with Da Kyum and now new found greedy Young Hee.

    • 29.1 Yeash

      I think the same, oh please …

  30. 30 Ju Ina-sshi

    Wait..how many episodes has this series….? I thought it were only 16 but ….is it 20???

    • 30.1 hanjiyoon

      Yeah. It’s 20 episodes! (:

  31. 31 ruky

    Am i the only one that wants this show to be over already…..I thought it was a rom-com but it feeling like a melo to me….IDK if it is bad script or acting but i want it to be over with

  32. 32 Anna

    ^~^ how much money did they actually win 10bill or 10mill?

  33. 33 Plan Bi

    I got very annoyed with Sungeum in this episode – she is supposed to be madly in love with Geonu but did her darnest to keep her wealth from him and told him she had no money to lend him when he asked for a loan. Yet when Yeunghee asked, she lent it to him without thinking too much.

    I know she is a kind and loyal character but isnt this too much? Yes, I considered the fact that she’s worried that Geonu’s feelings for her will change if he knows she is rich.

    But that’s no reason to treat Geonu the way she did

    Anyone with me ?

  34. 34 Plan Bi

    I also think Hwang Yong is lying when he says he likes Hyeon Joo ‘ cos I cannot see any sparks between those two and he is too worried about getting caught by the cops for his role in the lottery ticket business

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