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You’ve Fallen for Me: Episode 9

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ACK! Um. I think I should just get on with the episode, yeah?

P.S. Favorite man of the hour? Grandpa. He’s the cutest, most annoying, most meddlesome, and sweetest Grandpa there is. 🙂

So Shin confessed – eeeee! But Kyu-won takes it the wrong way; when he can’t answer her about whether he likes her or not, Kyu-won thinks he’s just stringing her along. Just because he’s popular doesn’t mean he can tell a girl to not like him, and then tell her to like him. He tries to tell her she’s misunderstood, but Kyu-won will have none of it. Bo-woon calls just in time, and Kyu-won asks to be taken back to the hospital.

Shin rides back home, confused. Good thing his sister comes barging into his room asking for some more autographs so that she can sell it to her classmates. He asks how she would react if a guy told her to continue liking him. Jung-hyun: “My butt! Who says I like you?” Heh. She tsk-tsks her brother for having bad moves.

Meanwhile, Kyu-won talks to herself in her room, convincing herself not to be shaken by Shin. She is interrupted by a visitor: Seok-hyun. He’s here to present her the lines and lyrics for the starring role, because he wants her to be Hee-joo’s understudy. (Ah – so that’s how he’s keeping her in…) Kyu-won is all, “I don’t want it!” and sounds like a petulant child. Seok-hyun sounds like the patient father, asking if she really means that. Heh – of course not. He also informs her of a team retreat so that everyone can bond. He suggests that she just stay at home and rest, but of course that makes Kyu-won want to go even more, even with her injuries.

The next day, the school Chancellor tells Seok-hyun to play nice. Now that he’s appeased Tae-joon by having Hee-joo as the lead, perhaps they won’t split off and create a new performance team. Seok-hyun grudgingly accepts, and then asks for permission for the trip. Since Tae-joon turned down the offer to chaperone (because he doesn’t want to breathe the same air as Seok-hyun) and Professor Hong is too busy, the Chancellor suggests Yoon-su, which Seok-hyun is only too happy to agree with.

Meanwhile, Tae-joon is stressed thanks to Hee-joo’s mom. His cohort, Kim Young-min, plays devil’s advocate: what could the mother be complaining about if her daughter’s already the lead? And the reason why Kyu-won gets more attention is because she was better! That doesn’t help Tae-joon, and he’s more determined than ever to bring Seok-hyun down. He wants the dirty secrets, and he wants Young-min to get them.

Seok-hyun supervises the practice, and provides some constructive critiques. He tells them to make sure they tap into their deep emotions while singing, rather than trying to appeal to the audience. And then, he gives a demonstration.

*CLAP CLAP!* (The following song is a rip from the episode.) [download]

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It’s a moving song that makes Bo-woon gush: if Kyu-won were here, she’d have fallen in love with Seok-hyun. Shin overhears, and he can’t help but think of Kyu-won while Seok-hyun sings.

Seok-hyun wants to make sure that everyone has understood about the emotion part – especially Hee-joo. The Three Angry Girls know that Hee-joo is being targeted for her soulless singing, and make fun of her after practice.

Hee-joo mopes at the playground, angry at their comments but also worrying about it. She gets a call from Seok-hyun, and lies that she’s in a cafe instead of out in the sun. But Seok-hyun catches her there anyways. He wonders why she’s sulking if she got the part, since she’s so good anyways. But he tells her that she’s quite emotionless in her performance because she hasn’t experienced love – the feelings of falling in love, of yearning for a person, of pain, of break-up. She is all technique, but no depth. Hee-joo snipes back – has Kyu-won loved? Is that why she’s so great?

Seok-hyun just says that Kyu-won will be her understudy, whether she likes it or not. He challenges her to break his prejudice towards doll-like actresses – prove to him that she’s better than he thinks she is.

So Hee-joo does a surprising move. She seeks out Ki-young and asks him if he thinks she’s an emotionless doll. He’s amused by her query, not knowing she cared so much, but he’s even more surprised when she asks for his help! She wants him to teach her how to love. (HA! Is this the triangle we’re going for?) Though Ki-young hasn’t really experienced love much, he’s acknowledged as a talented actor, so she wants Ki-young’s help. In secret, of course. Her pride can’t handle more than that. Ki-young simply marvels at the change in her.

Meanwhile Shin goes to visit Kyu-won in the hospital. She’s not pleased to see him, but he reminds her that he still needs tutoring. As Kyu-won goes over the notes in an angry tone, she eventually gets on his nerves – why is she so mad at him? Kyu-won: “Do you still have to ask? Are you slow?” Annoyed, Shin stands up – he’ll go and find someone else to tutor him instead.

He rides back to school, looking hurt. (Yes – I read that emotion on his face!) He announces to his bandmates that they’re no longer practicing with the Wind Flowers, which bums them out, ’cause, yunno, they liked those girls. Too bad though – they’re forced to follow Shin’s whims. I love that everyone always assumes that if he or Kyu-won change their plans suddenly, it’s always because they fought, and not because of any excuse/reason they may give.

Kyu-won’s father and Grandpa bring her home from the hospital, and they bump into Shin outside. Shin greets them politely, and Kyu-won quickly whispers to her father that he’s the “Arrogant Prince” she always talks about. The father says hi, not having met his ex-girlfriend’s son ever, but then has to rush off to teach. Grandpa wants to have a word with Shin, since he heard about the boy mixing traditional and western music for the performance. Kyu-won tries to get Shin to leave, but he thinks Grandpa will be a better tutor than her.

And what is Grandpa’s idea of tutoring? He goes into his whole spiel about his own history of how he became a famous singer – exactly what he told Seok-hyun! Heehee! Kyu-won and I enjoy watching Shin grimace in pain, having sat on his crossed legs for too long listening to a boooooring history of this Grandpa’s life.

Kyu-won gets a call from Bo-woon, and confirms that she’ll go to the team camping trip. Now they can arrange something to do for the talent show together! Just before Grandpa is about to tell his story (from 14 to his twenties), Kyu-won decides to interrupt. You have no idea how relieved Shin looks to see her. She reminds Grandpa that Shin needs to study, so he can tell his story another day. Now who’s the better tutor, huh Lee Shin?

As for Grandpa, he muses over who is the better candidate for his granddaughter, since both men have endured his test of listening and endurance: Shin is good, but he’s in a band. Seok-hyun isn’t in a band, but he’s too old… HEE!!

The next day, Kyu-won basically leaves the house all packed up and ready to go for the camping trip. Though Grandpa tries to stop her, she pouts and begs, and promises not to do anything to hurt herself. Grandpa finally lets her go, but then he quickly makes a phone call to Seok-hyun. He drops hints about how folk songs are best heard at beaches and/or the woods, but Seok-hyun doesn’t get it. Grandpa hangs up, furious; how could Seok-hyun not realize that he wanted to go on this trip too?! Seok-hyun is out of the running!

When Kyu-won leaves her house, she bumps into Shin. They’re the first ones at the meeting spot for the bus, but don’t talk to each other at all. As for Jun-hee, he’s waiting to catch Hee-joo to make sure that she joins in on the trip as well. They all laugh as Sa-rang (the main leader of the Three Angry Girls) struggles with her two heavy luggages, wondering what on earth she could be bringing.

Soo-myung is going on this trip too, and he marvels at how punctual the students are when it comes to having fun. They all board the bus, and Sa-rang eyes a seat next to Soo-myung. He places his bag on the empty seat and says it’s already reserved. Heh.

Shin tries to find people to sit with too, but no one wants to share a row with him. He finds a seat next to Kyu-won, and before she can protest, he sits down: “There’s no room. I have no choice.” And then he closes his eyes and “falls asleep.”

Yoon-su boards the bus as well, and is met with great whoops from all the boys (minus Shin). Soo-myung lets her sit next to him, which makes Sa-rang pout with envy.

Young-min has gotten the dirt on Seok-hyun. Back in Broadway, Seok-hyun had gotten into a scandal with a lead actress. He kicked out the original lead actress for a play and replaced her with a nobody. However, that ‘nobody’ was actually really talented, and it ended up being good for the performance. But then people spread nasty rumors, so the ‘nobody’ and Seok-hyun ended up quitting. Young-min thinks that the rumors got to Seok-hyun in the end, but Tae-joon disagrees. However, this is useful enough for them to go to the media with.

The team arrives at camp, and girls and boys are split into two houses. While Sa-Rang asks for Soo-myung’s help in carrying her luggages, he flatly rejects her and offers to help carry Yoon-su’s small bag. (Heehee. This is such a random love triangle the drama is throwing at us…) But it turns out Sa-rang was carrying a lot of supplies – toothbrushes, shampoo, soap, you name it. And since Hee-joo hadn’t packed anything, she purchases the necessities from them, even if they’re ripping her off.

Seok-hyun arrives with all the food, pans, and supplies, but he forgot to bring fruit because Yoon-su didn’t write it down on the list. (Men…) He gathers the entire cast into a small performance room and has them yell out their dreams.

 

Hee-joo: “I’m going to be the best actress in Korea!”

Ki-young: “I’ll be on Broadway one day!”

Kyu-won: “I’ll do my best at the 100th Anniversary performance!”

Sa-rang: “I’m going to be Soo-myung’s girlfriend!”

Soo-myung: “NO WAY!”

Shin takes a stroll outside the compound and sees Yoon-su. He’s about to pass her silently when she stops him to say that she’s looking forward to hearing his ending song. She’s reaching out to him this time (as a teacher) instead of the other way around, which is good for both sides. She notes that he’s happier now, and he apologizes for having been annoying to her before. (Besides, he’s got a new “someone” to annoy.)

Kyu-won escapes in a large room to rest and sit down. And who shall come to antagonize her but Shin. He’s checking up on her, but since she insists she’s fine, he wants her to scooch over so that he can sit at her spot. Grudgingly, she moves over for the big baby. On the other end of the spectrum, Jun-hee comes bounding in with Hee-joo and he lays down a mat for her to sit on. Now that’s someone you should learn from, Lee Shin.

However, Soo-myung interrupts the four of them. He needs two people to cook, and another two to get the watermelon. Jun-hee the Food Lover volunteers himself and Hee-joo on kitchen staff, and Shin gets the keys from Soo-myung to go to the market. Though Kyu-won is tired, she has no choice but to go under the watchful eyes of Soo-myung.

Shin and Kyu-won bump into Yoon-su and Seok-hyun. They bid them a safe trip, and Yoon-su notes that Shin must like Kyu-won. Seok-hyun can’t believe that, and a cloud covers his expression. HMMMMM – more tension?

In the kitchen, Hee-joo can’t cook for her life, and she accidentally cuts her finger. Jun-hee immediately sucks her finger to stop the bleeding, much to her chagrin. He dashes to get a Doraemon band-aid from his bag, and applies it, singing “Heal quickly~!” to her finger. Hee-joo is touched, and she finds out that Jun-hee usually sings that song to his sickly mother nowadays. Since Hee-joo can’t slice, Jun-hee has her wash the rice.

In the marketplace, Kyu-won goes from seller to seller, wanting to get the best deal for the watermelons. Shin gets impatient, and he starts walking ahead of her. That’s when Kyu-won starts to feel the pain on her waist. She tries to call Shin to wait, but since he ignores her, she just goes into a nearby pharmacy and purchases a pain relieving patch.

Shin turns around and realizes she’s no longer behind him. Immediately, he grows worried, and starts retracing their steps. He completely misses her in the pharmacy, and so when she steps out, she no longer sees him ahead of her anymore. Kyu-won also didn’t bring her phone. Great. Meanwhile, Shin desperately searches for her through the streets, worried that she might be hurt somewhere.

Back at the camp, Jun-hee painfully bites into a small rock in his rice. The other students all find their rice dirty, and still having some rocks in them. Hee-joo glares at them – she totally did a good job of washing that rice! – that is, until she bites into it herself and finds a rock. Everyone complains about the stew Jun-hee made; no one ever puts cucumbers in the recipe, and not everyone likes what Jun-hee likes in his stew. Jun-hee and Hee-joo glare at all their critics, and pretend everything tastes good to them. Hehe.

It’s already late at night when Shin finally finds Kyu-won at a stall, purchasing a watermelon for $15. She’s happy at having finally gotten a deal, whereas Shin is furious. Does she not know how long he’s been searching for her?! He grabs the watermelon and they head back to the car. Kyu-won asks if he regrets looking for her, but he tells her he was worried sick. She’s already hurt, and he was afraid she might have gotten even more hurt.

He tells her to sit back on the chair so that she can rest her back.

When they finally get back, Shin moodily drops off the watermelon and leaves. Seok-hyun wonders if they fought (again), but Kyu-won sheepishly admits that Shin’s mad he lost her at the market. When they both leave, Yoon-su notes that Shin didn’t look mad, but looked worried. Again, Seok-hyun has that weird conflicted expression on his face.

After dinner, it’s talent show time! Of course, someone performs a lip-sync of “I’m a Loner” (외톨이야) as a nod to C.N. Blue. When it’s time for the Wind Flowers to go on for their dance, Shin grabs her wrist and stops her backstage. He doesn’t want her to go on; she’s too injured. Shin calls from across the stage that Kyu-won will not perform. And with that, the two of them slowly sit at the back of the audience and watch as everyone claps and dances along with the Wind Flowers.

Shin: Don’t be hurt. I’m worried.

And with those words, suddenly the two of them are lost in their own thoughts. The world melts away into silence as the two of them sit next to each other, sneaking glances, painfully aware of the other and yet unable to say aloud what they’re feeling or thinking.

Seok-hyun and Yoon-su go for an evening walk, a momentary escape to “date” while on this trip. Yoon-su thanks him for wanting to start over with her. She’s happy he gave her another chance, and he notes that she’s changed a lot in the six years they were apart. But I wonder – perhaps Seok-hyun has changed too…

Back inside, Soo-myung hands Shin a guitar to play a song for everyone. With a glance at Kyu-won, he breaks into song: “Lucky” by Jason Mraz and Colbie Caillat. (I’m sad he only sings the chorus) [download]

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He keeps looking at Kyu-won as he sings, and clearly, the “best friend he’s fallen in love with” is her.

Kyu-won then volunteers to get the watermelon, and Shin immediately follows her. She takes a misstep and sprains her ankle, and Shin is immediately by her side, checking on her injury. Their faces are so close to each other…and Shin starts saying her name. He seems like he’ll say more when both are interrupted by Bo-woon.

That evening, neither of them can fall asleep, and so both of them end up going outside to look at the night sky. He asks after her foot, and she says she’s much better. “Are you really ok, or are you just pretending?” he asks, and she insists she’s telling the truth.

Kyu-won sighs that she was hoping to make a wish on a shooting star. Shin wants to know what her wish is, but she won’t say, keeping it a secret. She asks what wish he’d make; “It’s a secret,” he replies. Heh.

He then holds out his hand to her. Kyu-won looks at it confused, so he takes her hand and holds it.

Shin: Do you want to know what my wish is? It’s for you to like me again.

O_O

Comments:

So. Two episodes. Ending with two confessions. From Shin. WHOAAAAAA! My head could burst! I’ll give him credit for this one though – his second confession came out way better than his first. Instead of giving permission for her to like him, he’s now hoping that she can start liking him, because clearly he likes her. Any confusion she may have had before is getting dispelled by the simple fact that he’s watching out for her.

This entire episode he’s been hovering over her and constantly worried about her and her injuries. In some ways, I can’t stop thinking that parts of the real Jung Yong Hwa is coming out, and he’s just being worried about his friend Park Shin Hye. (Maybe that’s why his acting is getting better…) Though Jung-hyun may think her brother is pathetic with girls, at least Shin isn’t trying to win her heart with stupid antics and little mind games. Instead, his sincerity is what’s pulling him through. I appreciate that about him, because even though he came off as a “cold, arrogant guy” in the beginning, we always knew he was capable of kindness and sincerity through his interactions with Yoon-su and his sister. Therefore, I like this type of growth for him; he is merely revealing another side to Kyu-won, a side he’s always had.

The Hee-joo and Ki-young loveline seems to be interesting, as this episode sets in place future interactions. I’m actually hoping we see more of them next time. This week we’ve built up a lot on Kyu-won and Shin’s relationship; now we should focus on the upcoming play and the conflicts that will play out.

I notice that some people are wondering about the parents’ relationship, and how it will affect our main couple. I’m actually not too worried about that, for the simple fact that I don’t think the parents will get together. While the parents may love each other, I think they’ve moved past the point of getting back together. The Grandpa may prove to be a bigger obstacle to Shin and Kyu-won than the parents because he will need to change his deep-seated prejudices towards western music. Shin and Kyu-won also aren’t siblings, so it’s OK.

 
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Dux hearts this drama!

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YAY! Finally, this is out. Though I've watched this Episode already, watching experience won't be complete without recaps. Hee.

Obviously, this is the best episode EVAAAAR. Shin finally found a better way, or at least introduction, for his confession to Kyu Won. His worriedness for Kyu Won is so sweet that I want a 'Lee Shin' in real life minus the parents conflict. Hoho. I totally love it that Shin is doing those things not for the sake of impressing Kyu Won but because he really is worried about her. But why did he look annoying when he did all those things for Yoon Su? Pwahaha.

I am really getting nervous about Seok Hyun's feelings. Where will it lead us to? Is the 'nobody in Broadway' thing a rumor in Broadway or a prophecy for the Centennial Concert? Not that he'd be with Kyu Won, he might, y'know, develop feelings... And I'm scared. Everything is just fine now. Oh well. A drama is boring if everything is doing well so I'll try to understand. What I'm scared about is what the team wll be facing when they finally go home and see all the evil schemes of Tae Jun. GAH. By the way, if Tae Jun actually pulls Hee Joo out of the concert, then Seok Hyun's lead actress spot would be vacant and who is the understudy for that role again? Oh right. KYU WON.

I actually NOT hate Hee Joo. She's someone who just needs people to understand and appreciate her efforts. Once people around her start realizing that, Hee Joo the Brat would, I think, vanish. And she's not to be hated for becoming the lead actress. It's not like she used her father's influence for it. If someone is to be hated, it's her mother and Tae Jun (for being a coward following all her instructions).

Anyway, I really feel like Kyu Won and Shin would go home happily from the trip and I don't think Grandpa would protest too much since he already knows that Shin is the son of his son's ex-girlfriend and that he plays in a band yet considers him as a 'candidate' for Kyu Won. I actually LOLed when Seok Hyun was dense about his hints wanting to come along with them to the beach and Grandpa said that he was out of the running. Hee. Looking forward to the next 7 episodes. And by 7, I really mean 7 (or they could add more. lol) and not the rumor that there would only be 6 left because of the 'Special'. A special is a special and it shouldn't count itself in with the 16 episodes. Am I making myself clear, drama? ;)

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I love the grandpa scenes too. Him testing his might-be/potential grandson-in-law for patience and endurance with his stories XD haha....a good one!

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RIIIGHT! Although he could be too sensitive when it comes to traditional music and Kyu Won's career, he is one sweet grandpa. I actually thought he was just bragging on how talented he was, it was actually him testing the guys... Okay. He was bragging, too. Lol.

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yeah, the face expressions/reactions of Seok Hyun kinda bothers me too. I can't tell if it's out of jealousy or just a concern for a student.

I can't also bring myself to totally hate Hee Joo. I'm liking her a bit in every episodes. Though she and the character of Minhyuk (forgot his character's name) has the tendency to be annoying sometimes but bearable. And at least they're cute.

And as for Shin and Kyo Won, I don't have much to say. They are just too lovable. :) Gah, Lee Shin's smile!!!!

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Gente, imagina um episodio que foi so cuteee, os dois são tão perfeitos juntos!!!!
Não vejo a hora de outra repescagem, muito obrigadaaa

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Spazz. spazz spazz spazz spazz spazz SPAZZ!

I am just LOVING the progression in the love story between the leads and I'm crossing my fingers for a passionate kiss scene (even though I'm sure it's unlikely haha). I flippin' LOVE PSH and JYH!

P.S. When LS sang "Lucky" to GW I about DIED! It was sooo sweet and touching!

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Love this show! I love it more and more with every episode. I hope Kyu-won gives in a little and says she like s Shin too. But then, again, I'm not sure she should. I'm so confused!

I don't really get why Suk-hyun is showing interest in Kyu-won. Why now? It makes no sense.

Also, the Tae-joon jealousy/separate musical thing is getting annoying. More so than last episode. If he uses that article the Prof got for him, what will that do to Suk-hyun and Yoon-su's relationship? Probably screw it up, which Tae-joon would be okay with, I'm guessing. And, if it is true, it could explain Suk-hyun's "feelings" for Kyu-won.

Can't wait for the next episode! Thanks for the recap, Kaedejun!

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thanks for the recaps! woah!! finally!!!

just saw the series rating and finally it increased!

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My favorite part of the episode is when Shin started playing guitar and singing Lucky. My heart burst out of my chest. I love how this drama turned me into the Mush Queen. I thought that I had become too desensitized to Youth dramas but I am loving every moment of this one and I just want them to kiss already!!

I love-love Shin now! Plus everyone else in love makes their characters so charming and heartwarming.

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I thought them to are going to kiss at the end...it was sooo dissapointing...though..I was like WTH??? Another confession...==" I wish Lee Sin can be blunt to his feelings.. ==" but None of the less, I love this drama and Thanks Kaede Jun for the recap :)

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finally! the episodes are picking up. I'm not a fan of the hee joo-jun hee couple cos for some reason they annoy me and I honestly don't see why jun hee likes her. Shin's version of lucky was cringe worthy tbh, and it's quite surprising how I'm starting to like supporting characters like bo woon and sa rang

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/flails/ Recap's here!

Thank you so much! <3

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oh yeah...Shin is starting to chase her....please continue! i think this changes the whole drama slightly...now it's 2 way but with both a little unsure how to really start! =)

And I really admire Park Shin Hye. I'm sure she must be in real pain, but she still managed to come back to film these scenes!

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I think this drama has become more interesting,..and i like it, because in ep 1-8 make me soooooo...boring hahahhahaa... LOL..
Fighting

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is it true that it will only be 15 episodes instead of 16??? just read from the fanpage in facebook...

please, can anyone confirm or deny this...

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I'm sorry, but who is Soo-myung ? He suddenly appears. Is he one of the Stupid ?

I haven't watched the drama, I just read the recaps, so pardon my question.

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he's the assistant guy of the director...he's also the guy in secret garden who became the director after philip lee/long haired guy(?)

(i like the characters he plays)

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Thanks ! :D

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Shin: Do you want to know what my wish is? It’s for you to like me again... BECAUSE I LIKE YOU.

Seriously. Why can't he just say that to her already. Well, hopefully she doesn't misunderstand again.

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Shin is being very careful I think. He confessed to his teacher and got his heart broken..

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Ha! Well that's just awesome if that happens in episode 10 because in the beginning of an episode they always have a little recap of what happened of the last part of the last episode. did that make sense? no?

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I love Triple girls especially the hat girl haaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa and I love grandfather just great show <3

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found this during surfing.....

In ep 10, Shin and Kyu Won will make known their relationship to others.

Due to the rumours revolving around Suk Hyun and Kyu Won, this will lead to Kyu Won being emotionally hurt by the baseless rumours. Shin, upon looking on and being able to relate to the emotional pain that Kyu Won is experiencing, wanted very much to comfort her. However, driven by his own jealousy, he chose to remain silent and did not come forward to comfort her. Due to all these emotional feelings they are undergoing, this will also inadvertently lead to Shin’s feelings for KW to grow much stronger than before. (I believe he’s now far more certain of his own feelings for her.)

Because of these rumours, this has caused much conflicts in their relationship and hence resulting in a bitter quarrel between them (Yeah, we know Shin can sometimes be pretty blunt and curt with his words.) Kyu Won then broke down and cried. Seeing the tears rolling down her face, Shin began to soften up and comfort KW with these words, “I really can’t bear to see you going through such great pain because when you’re hurt, it’ll pain me too”. He then moved on to wipe the tears off her face and they started to gaze at each other.

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Thank you sweet heart <3

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ep 10 preview is now available at y o u t u b e

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Kaedejun,

A very nice recap, once again, thank you!

What a big difference a change in script writer can make. It's a shame that the PD had to fill in because someone wasn't able to handle the storyline quite right. But I sure am glad he did. I hope he doesn't step down because with another person writing, they might lose what they have.

Now they just need to advertise that the storyline has actually become something the citizens of Korea would like.

Just how does a drama regain an audience once it has started? Hmm.....

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I read on one of the forums that Koreans were watching the re-runs rather than the on air show. So it might not be they're not interested. They're probably tuning into City Hunter because it's more exciting to watch.

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Does one of the guys taking bags out of the bus speak English?? haha I couldn't quite tell... It sounds like he says, "Oh my gosh, whose bags are these?" but maybe I'm just muddling the Korean into English in my head :P

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Lila,

Yes, totally speaking English with an American accent! Here's a picture of the guy! Woohoo!!!

http://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/5996757926/in/photostream

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Lila,

Additional trivia: He was also in a later scene. The one where they were standing on stage shouting what their dream was. He spoke Korean that time saying he wanted to be a Hallyu star. But the translator on dramacrazy's copy used Hollywood star instead.

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Okay, I'm not crazy XD Thanks!!

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While I know dramas are not real, how many people want JYH and PSH to be a couple in real life?!! MEMEMEMEMEMEME!

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Lots lolz
Even his mom approved her ^^''

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Kay, where's your source for that? I would LOVE to read/watch the interview that said that hahaha a fan can dream!

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Can anyone tell me the name of the song at the very end of this episode with the words "you'll be reminded of me." Any help would be appreciated. You can email me at [email protected]

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Kaedejun or someone with some Korean knowledge.

At the MT: Why did they ask the girl with the supplies if she had any swimming goggles and then squeal with horror/dismay and much hand waving when she said she had prepared a set?

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Someone was saying she sells everything. But one of them didn't believe and wanted to test her. So she shouted asking if the sales girl has swimming goggles. They can't believe she actually even brought swimming goggles to sell.

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Personally I believe Yong Hwa's acting here looks much more natural than him trying to act natural with SeoHyun in WGM. It took like 29 episodes for them to just hold hands with her and it was still awkward as all hell. His chemistry in this with PSH and some of the off screen stuff shown in youtube would convince me that maybe his confessions aren't just acting. It's not just the lines, but the majority of it is the connection through body language and just through that the audience can sense how they feel.

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i agree! :)

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I think PSH is easier to be friends with than Seo Hyun. PSH is easier going. You could tell from the BTS. However when I was watching WGM. I had to stop after the first few episodes. SH annoyed me to death. She doesn't seem personable. Maybe she's an introvert. But I didn't like her acting all intelligent, goody two-shoes and what not in front of Yong Hwa. Maybe it wasn't acting and she is like that. But somehow I felt she didn't fit with YH. I thought he felt uneasy too trying to match up with her.

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I agree! I did not like the pairing of JYH with that girl from Girl's Generation and was happy when their series ended.

I actually don't get the concept of WGM. Is it supposed to be the Korean version of the Newly Weds? I mean, these are the shyest married couples I've ever seen. It's like they've just started dating every single episode.

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Oh god, I so much want this to be true! JYH and PSH are the perfect couple in every way. I remember JYH said in an interview during the time of You're Beautiful that he liked the nickname PSH gave him the best... I wanted to read between the lines!!!

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I don't know about everybody else, but I'm really starting to warm up to Yoon-su. These last two episodes, she hasn't been such a downer as she was in the beginning. Maybe it's a change in the story, or the fact that she's dating Seok-hyun, but she was actually smiling and laughing in this episode! I was a bit more shocked than I think I should have been. The difference between Yoon-su climbing onto the bus and her bawling her eyes out in the dance studio; my mind is kind of blown.

Also liking that she is aware of and supporting the tentative, soon-to-be relationship between our two leads. Any gal who ships Kyu-won and Shin is a friend of mine! Yoon-su, don't fail me now!

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Lucky I'm in love with HEARTSTRINGS... good luck!!!

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Guys who want song Lucky the original http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=acvIVA9-FMQ

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here's the preview for episode 10 (with subs)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=37CMudBBeCo&feature=player_embedded

TEASER

Shin: It's annoying that our hands keep bumping into each other, so it's better that we just hold hands.

KYAAAAAAAAAAAAH sweetness overload

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I don't know you, but I love you already!!! I can't wait for ep. 10!!!!!!!!!

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Thanks!

So are they in a relationship already in episode 10? But... I somehow feel that it's too fast? I want more Shin chasing Kyo Won!!! Oh well, I'll just trust the show maybe their 'being in a relationship' has a big role in the rest of the episodes.

But still, can't wait for tomorrow.

Yong oppa! <3 Kyaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaah!

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Honestly My Thoughts ,

Jong and Park have TONS of chemistry on and off-screen. They had so much chemistry and praise from the fans that they decided to create this drama. How much secondary couples do you see getting there won show. There pairing outshined the Leading Roles! and that says alot!

Yi-young is cute with Gyuwon, but WHOCARES, we want lee shin. The drama is called You've Fallen For Me, and yes we have fallen for Both of you over and over again! Jong and Park!

Heartstrings KEEP FIGHTING!

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Park Shin-hye really seems to be getting better acting-wise as well as the show goes on. And somehow, prettier? I've always liked her-- always thought she was cute as a button. But I think she's become more comfortable with her role here and as such, her acting has become more natural and less over-wrought.

I really think as she gets older, she's really going to come into her own. I'm so looking forward to it.

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Hi!

First of all, I would like to thank you for doing the recaps. I really like the story and the characters. I feel like I was in college again. :)

By the way, can anyone provide me a link where I can see the videos for episode 1 and 9 with english subtitles?

Thanks in advance!

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Super LOVEd this drama...:)

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what the actress's name that play as park sarang? can someone answer me. I really want to know her real name.

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