Drama Recaps
Thousand Day Promise: Episode 8
by | November 8, 2011 | 41 Comments

The scenarios aren’t amusing, but these characters crack me up. Who would’ve thought a wedding cancellation would be funny? At a certain point, you have to step back and marvel at the way the rich folks in this drama think; it’s like you’re watching people from another planet, I swear.

That said, could we please return the focus to Seo-yeon and her oppa and dongseng, please? They’re the heart of this drama, and without them front and center, the drama starts to feel distant and amusing rather than moving.


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In the morning, Moon-kwon asks why Seo-yeon was so late getting in last night. Rather than telling him she was with Ji-hyung, she lies that she took her time at the public bath. His reactions always kill me, with his struggle to maintain a brave face so evident in his expressions, never quite able to hide his fear.

Meanwhile, the rich people are in crisis mode. Ji-hyung’s parents are in quiet panic because it’s wedding day and there’s no sign of the groom, who didn’t come home last night. Dad heaps the blame on that hussy Ji-hyung was seeing, but interestingly, Mom is much more sympathetic to her, saying that it’s not her fault, and that Ji-hyung is responsible for this on his own. Dad’s all, “You think she’s right for dating a man who’s marrying someone else?” Mom returns, “And what about the guy who’s engaged to one person and dating another?”

I knew she felt a measure of respect for Seo-yeon after meeting her, but I didn’t think she’d be that understanding.

Dad turns this around on Mom, blaming her for not raising Ji-hyung right. He argues that he barely sees Ji-hyung a half-hour per week, so whose fault must it be? Wow. You’re using your negligent fathering as an argument for why you’re right in this scenario? Then Dad declares that there are tons of men out there just waiting to see him fail, and now he has to give them that satisfaction because of one measly woman? Ha, I knew this was all about you, but nice of you to put it in such clear terms, Daddy Dearest. Good lord, you people are amazing. And not in the good way.

Mom bursts out, “Stop saying me, me, me, me!” She argues that Ji-hyung has thought of both families before making his decision, and asks for some understanding. Okay, I take that back; Mom’s a little bit awesome. But Dad just shouts, “Why should I do that?!” Uh, because you’re a grown-ass man who should strive for maturity?

Mom tells Dad calmly to give up, because there’s nothing they can do. She wants to start alerting family while it’s still early, who’d be traveling for no reason. Dad stubbornly says that it’s only 8 am; they have until 1 pm. Right. Just enough time for you to adopt a religion and pray for a miracle, I take it?

Hyang-gi’s mom calls to confirm that the wedding is off, and to scream off Ji-hyung’s mom’s ear in discontent. In her mind, anybody who’s not reacting as loudly as she is must not be taking this seriously. Oy, well that volume = sincerity argument explains a lot about you. I’m amused at how the situation is entirely flipped on the bride’s side, with the mother flipping out and demanding somebody’s head on a stick, while Dad reasons that there’s nothing the groom’s parents can do to force their son.

The hour of truth for this family is 10 am, which also amuses me, with all these arbitrary deadlines flying around. Declaring that waiting till 10 when they already know it’s fruitless “would be a comedy,” Mom declares that the wedding is canceled.

Even with all this railing, the parents harbor hope; when Hyang-gi comes to talk to them, they eagerly guess, “He showed up.” But no, that’s not the reason, and Hyang-gi tells her parents it’s really not happening. He sent a text this morning, and it’s over. Accepting the situation, the dads confer and decide to break the news to wedding guests together.

Ji-hyung thinks back to last night with Seo-yeon, who had urged him to go home and beg for forgiveness. She’d been driven to tears as she made that her “last request” of him — go back, get married, and don’t let Seo-yeon be a burden to him. Neither does she want to show her deteriorating self to him.

Jae-min still wants Seo-yeon to get treatment, but she replies that it’s not really treatment. She even teases him about forgetting something she asked him yesterday, making Jae-min worry, “You really don’t remember?” She smiles, “Just kidding.” Man, I get the desire for some gallows humor, but that’s just mean.

She tells Oppa that she met Ji-hyung last night and used all the harsh words in her arsenal to persuade him to let go and get married. Jae-min says he doesn’t think Ji-hyung will change his mind, though, saying that men are a lot more cowardly than women suppose — so if he overcame that fear to call off the wedding, he must mean to stick with it.

She feeling sure that her words had an effect, but just then a mutual friend calls Jae-min to tell him of the cancellation. The news is out and now everyone’s spreading the word.

Stunned, Seo-yeon borrows Jae-min’s phone to call Ji-hyung, but stops short because she can’t remember the number. Oppa urges her to think calmly and let it come back to her, but she can’t, so he engages the call for her. No answer. “Because he thinks it’s me,” Jae-min tells her.

Upset, she storms off, but when she looks around the neighborhood, she doesn’t recognize any of the buildings.

Seo-yeon asks Jae-min where they are, and he tells her they’re on the way home. Even so, even though she should know exactly where she is, she looks around with confused eyes. It takes a moment, but she remembers and makes it home. She ransacks her room for her phone, calling Ji-hyung right away. He picks up.

Angrily, she accuses him of adding to her burdens when she’s already in over her head with her own. She calls him names — rocks-for-brains, empty-head — and he hangs up.

Jae-min comes by to check on her, and Seo-yeon looks at him with frightened eyes, admitting she still can’t think of the number, that she got lost and is scared to death. She cries for herself and for the brother she’ll leave behind, and Jae-min comforts her.

Ji-hyung’s mother makes phone calls, downplaying the crisis to relatives and saying that the couple has had incompatability issues for a while. Hyang-gi’s mother is impressively calm as well on her own set of calls, explaining that she’d love to rip Ji-hyung to shreds and reveal the reasons for the split, but out of deference to Hyang-gi and the other family’s reputation, she’s keeping mum. Ha, I love that her version of being quiet basically announces that Ji-hyung is at fault, while letting her seem generous with the offer to let it go.

She gets a new call as soon as she hangs up the first one, and bitches at her ringing phone about all these inconsiderate people who are pretending to be concerned just to sate their curiosity. Hyang-gi’s father asks the housekeeper to take away her phone, and Mom adds, “Flush it down the toilet while you’re at it.” She’s serious, too, which is what makes it funny; she tells Dad to get her a new number asap.

Mom announces that they’ll go on a family trip to Europe, since it’ll be embarrassing showing their faces in public for the time being. Hyang-gi would prefer to stay at home, and Dad steps in to say that they can stay, but it’s better for mother and daughter to leave the house separately. His reasoning: Mom’s hovering is going to make things worse on Hyang-gi. Heh.

Mom protests at having nobody to go out with, and Dad tells her, “I’ll send you a secretary, one you can pester all you like.” Haha. Dad cracks me up.

The calls get overwhelming, so both families leave them unaswered. In the groom’s household, both parents stand in silence ignoring the rings. In the bride’s house, Mom storms from phone to phone with a pair of scissors, cutting the line. Why is this so funny?

At Aunt’s house, dinner is chicken, cooked whole, with Aunt tearing up the body to divvy up among her family. She sets aside the legs for Seo-yeon and Moon-kwon, who are on their way, and Myung-hee protests since her default setting is dissatisfaction. Aunt tells her she can have the neck that she likes so much, and the wings, and the breasts, but now that the legs have been reserved for Seo-yeon, that’s the only thing Myung-hee wants. Did this woman never graduate from the junior high school mindset?

So when Moon-kwon joins them without his sister, distracting Aunt momentarily with her worry about Seo-yeon’s lingering cold, Myung-hee sneaks a leg off the plate and helps herself. Ha.

Aunt is eager for Seo-yeon to join them because she has news: She’s found a great mat-seon blind date for her, a real catch. Not about to concede anything nice to her cousin, Myung-hee snipes that he sounds too good to be true, so it’s probably a scam.

Jae-min tells his mother not to push, since Seo-yeon’s not the type to marry a mat-seon date. Myung-hee chimes in, saying that they have to let her marry her own choice so that later on, even when she complains about wanting to shoot the guy with a silent gun, they can toss it back in her face and tell her that it was her decision. At that, Myung-hee’s husband looks up and asks how many times she’s shot him with that imaginary gun, and she retorts, “More than a dozen!”

Ji-hyung finally comes home, telling his mother again that he’s sorry. She tells him to go see his father, and to not talk back but just accept whatever Dad says. Which seems like a needless concern to me; hey lady, have you met your son? Has he ever talked back in the history of ever?

Ji-hyung kneels before his father, who asks if he intends to marry the other woman now. Ji-hyung answers yes.

Calmly, without even looking at his son, Dad tells Ji-hyung how it’s going to be: Go upstairs, pack your bags, leave the car. Move out of the officetel. Return the investment Dad put into Ji-hyung’s architecture firm within a week. End of story.

Damn, that’s cold. It’s pretty much what I think Ji-hyung should do regardless, but it’s harsh to have even that decision taken away and made a punishment.

Dad: “Get out.”
Ji-hyung: “I’m sorry for disappointing you. I can’t even ask you to understand me.”
Dad: “Get out.”
Ji-hyung: “I should have dealt with this earlier. I was foolish.”
Dad: “Get out.”

There’s one thing in particular that Ji-hyung’s mother can’t understand; after meeting Seo-yeon, she believes that they ended things and that Seo-yeon told Ji-hyung to go ahead with the wedding. However, most women would be thrilled to hear the man called the wedding off, and yet that’s not the case here. Does Seo-yeon even love him back, or is he in this delusion solo?

Ji-hyung says that Seo-yeon wasn’t up to the ordeal she’d have to endure to be his wife, and that’s why they had their affair despite knowing he’d have to marry someone else. Mom just sighs that she doesn’t understand youngsters these days.

When Ji-hyung explains that Dad has kicked him out, Mom finally shows emotion. Shocked, she tries to convince him that he can stay and just avoid Dad’s path until he’s gotten over it. Ji-hyung says he deserves to be kicked out, and that it’s better this way.

Mom confronts her husband, who argues that he doesn’t have to treat Ji-hyung like a son if Ji-hyung doesn’t treat him like a father. Uh, is that what it said on the Daddy pamphlet they gave you when he was born? Because I’m pretty sure kinship extends beyond a mere “He doesn’t treat me like a dad!”

Dad says this will ruin his lifelong relationship with President Noh, and that he can’t harbor his son in his home and then marry him off to someone else. He couldn’t do that to President Noh. Mom says that Dad has resigned his position at the hospital, and that’s enough: “We are not that family’s slaves.” How can he kick out his own son for fear of their wrath?

Ji-hyung says his goodbyes (his aunt, cutely, cheers him on for making a “courageous” decision) and Mom lends him her car and tells him to stay in the officetel, which is technically hers. She offers to give the office investment that Dad is revoking, and sends him off with a hug.

Getting lost must have really spooked Seo-yeon, because she takes out her wardrobe and puts slips of paper in the pockets, which list her name, address, and the numbers for Moon-kwon and Jae-min. Okay, that is easily the most heartbreaking thing in this episode.

Hyang-gi calls, and Ji-hyung picks up, to her relief. She tells him she’s working at being okay, and that she recognizes that their feelings for each other were different. Therefore hating him for not returning her affections would be childish; she says neither party is at fault. (Except…you know…that whole cheating thing…)

That’s pretty mature, which I suppose is a relief given that the parents are sorely lacking on that score. Even if her reaction does gloss over the craptastic way he handled everything.

Seo-yeon clears away her uneaten ramyun dinner, experiencing a moment of fear when she looks through multiple drawers before finding plastic bags. Moon-kwon comes home bearing chicken porridge from Aunt’s house, and there’s another fleeting moment of fear when she asks, “Did I ask you to bring me some?”

Moon-kwon keeps up his gentle, cheery face until he tries to convince her to take her medication, only to have her decline again. He bursts out about her getting lost, and that does it. She turns on her brother, accusing the men in her life of talking freely behind her back, practically announcing her condition to the world.

Moon-kwon cries, “You’re sick, and when you’re sick, you need to take your medicine! Do you think we talk because we enjoy it? Jae-min hyung and I are worried to death!” She fumes, “What you feel is only worry — do you feel the desperation I feel? Do you feel as hopeless as I do? Are you as scared?!”

Huddling into a fetal position on her bed, Seo-yeon tells herself over and over to calm down, because losing it will only make her condition worse.

A very long scene in the architect’s office boils down to tell us: Ji-hyung is looking for his own apartment. An equally long scene in the publisher’s office boils down to tell us: Seo-yeon has a “dentist” appointment today.

Hyang-gi’s mother checks into the hospital due to emotional strain, although she seems just fine to me. Certainly none of the strength has left her speech, that’s for sure. It seems to be her go-to cure for stress — and why not, when it’s her hospital? All the benefits of a spa stay, with the sympathy of a hospital visit!

Ji-hyung’s mother comes by with flowers, and Hyang-gi’s mother talks to her crossly: “You’re fine, and that makes me even madder!” Her anger doesn’t seem to be the sticking kind, though, and she grudgingly invites her friend to sit. She explains telling her husband not to accept Ji-hyung’s father’s resignation, saying that it’s childish to let a broken engagement wreck two lifelong friendships. Wow, is she actually being reasonable?

Ji-hyung’s mother says the gossip doesn’t bother her, although she is aware of a rumor that’s making the rounds about Ji-hyung cheating. Neither mother is that concerned with it, figuring it’s the work of overactive imaginations, and Hyang-gi’s mother reminds Ji-hyung’s mother about getting her son checked out. Since, you know, she suspects he’s having trouble in the sexual performance arena. (Hyang-gi mumbles, “That’s not true, Mom,” and Mom shoots back, “Don’t butt in when the adults are talking.” Haha.)

Seo-yeon undergoes a CT scan to confirm whether the results will show anything different. Unsurprisingly, it’s the same diagnosis. She has stuck with her first doctor after all, figuring that with her disease it’s better to stay with the familiar. Today she finally comes to that point: “Now I have to accept it.”

The doctor asks what’s happened since the last visit, and she explains that there are little things at work that crop up, and that her ex-boyfriend gave up his wedding. Then, while walking home she’d failed to recognize her surroundings.

The doctor urges her to start medication, explaining how her condition will worsen. In stark contrast to the last time he asks her to accept her situation, this time she answers readily, “Yes, doctor.” It’s enough of a change that the doctor calls Jae-min to warn that depression is one thing to watch out for.

As she walks out, she acknowledges that she’s past the confirmation stage, and now she is an Alzheimer’s patient who is “daily growing dumber.”

Her voice is resigned as she thinks that this is just her lot in life, and she has to accept it. “Ahh, but just the thought makes me feel pathetic. If not for Moon-kwon, I could just end it now.”

Seo-yeon takes photos of her walk home, then delivers the camera to Moon-kwon. She wants him to assemble the photos into a step-by-step (literally) map from the bus stop to their front door. Poor Moon-kwon accepts this all with a smile, though the strain seems taxing on his sensitive nature.

She thinks to herself, “I have forgotten his name now, but those eyes, those lips — they’re in my heart. Even when the wind blows and the rain falls, I can’t forget the shadowy night outside the window.”


I’ll be honest; this week’s episodes were pretty boring. Once Ji-hyung found out the truth of Seo-yeon’s illness, I expected some kind of shift in his attitude, but his resistance is of the quiet, firm kind. A valid personality trait for a person, but rather anticlimactic for the setup, I thought.

But I don’t think that’s the main problem I’m sensing. The thing about this show is that the conflict isn’t really changing from episode to episode. It’s the same predicament throughout, and what we’re doing is following Seo-yeon’s reaction to it. The acting is extremely compelling, and Su Ae is utterly commanding, but as far as story goes there’s not a lot going on.

It also means that I think I’m becoming inured to the whole Alzheimer’s storyline, which might be why I found this episode funny, rather than moving or sorrowful. We knew from the very start (even before Episode 1, thanks to promos and blurbs) that she would slowly start to forget him, so none of this is surprising. It’s actually to the show’s credit that it has been as engaging thus far given that it’s fairly predictable, but aside from the strong acting performances, I’m not really moved by the story anymore.

So in the absence of plot, it’s the small interactions, the sharp dialogue, and the smart writing that carry the show. We have plenty of that, which is what’s keeping my interest engaged. But I hope something actually starts happening, because if all we’re going to be getting is a slow-motion account of Seo-yeon falling deeper into her dementia, no matter how marvelous the acting, it’s just gonna bum me out.


41 Comments from the Beanut Gallery
  1. Vanessa


  2. laya

    Thank you for the recap 😀

  3. Cynthia

    This is the recap I’ve been waiting for – thanks!

    Seriously, Su Ae is slamming it out of the park in this drama.
    My heart breaks for her – when she lets go and really cries, you can feel the terror and anger in her. She’s a restrained actress and to see her go for it is truly amazing.

  4. crysalide

    maybe they can make a plot twist where Soo Ae’s character went for brain surgery and be cured but the twist is she can’t remember her previous life. so start from scratch.

    maybe her family can move from Seoul to the countries and Soo Ae + Kim Rae Won love story can be attested again.

    • 4.1 cyn

      but alas, alzheimer is not a condition which can be corrected with a brain surgery, unless you mean a brain transplant.

      • 4.1.1 Kayleigh

        Yep, Alzheimer’s is one cruel bitch of a disease. I don’t think even the powers of Kdrama land can help.

      • 4.1.2 fallingstar

        “brain transplant”

        Um, that;s pretty ridiculous either way. Your brain is you. If they transplant someone elses brain into your body, that’s not you. It’s another person entirely.

        • cyn


          • L

            That is really cool if people can ever get to that point.

      • 4.1.3 Joey

        Actually they have sort of found a cure for Alzheimer – it’s in the MCT ( medium chain tryglycerides) found in coconut oil.

        But the drama is not about a cure for this woman…….and the writer kim soo hyun would not have known about this new cure precisely because it is so new.

        Somehow i find myself waiting impatiently for each episode, unlike Scent of A Woman for which i was unable to finnish watching and have to discard halfway through.

        Just love the pairing of Soo Ae and Kim Rae-won !

  5. via

    Thanks for the recap JB/GF, but I already in love with the story, I found episode 7 and 8 is great… you should give it more time since its only 8 episode now, and its just the process of someone that will losing all her memory and how to deal with it..

    • 5.1 Joey

      Righto…..agree with you !

  6. nuri

    Wow.. its super fast recap.. thanks JB/GF

    It took me these steps to understand the story: read your recap first, watch the raw episode, read again your recap then watch the episode with the sub and read again your recap.

    and im still hooked by this super sad story, so hopefully u wont get bored soon..

  7. Ani

    Poor Moon-kwon indeed. Sigh. There’s something sad about kids who have to grow up before their time. Hell, I know Moon-kwon is not that young, but youth is such a fleeting thing and the challenges he faces are sad. Poor thing.

  8. MJP

    Thanks JB!

  9. adette

    thankyoufortherecappp:) I don’t know what kind of direction they’re going to take this drama in, really, as far as plot goes, i mean…

    Oh, also, I was wondering… so tvN is airing these episodes, too, in the afternoons (and with some delay; I was just watching… I think it was episode 6). Is it common for a channel like tvN to re-broadcast episodes from an SBS drama like this?

  10. 10 mary

    I’m curious about Moon Kwon’s acting. Is it satisfactory then?

    When JB/GF writes about the dongsaeng’s heartbreaking attempts at being strong I’m also moved to tears. :'( But I can’t watch it yet and I’m not sure if it’s the acting or just the excellent writing skills of the recappers. <3

    Someone please comment on Moon Kwon's acting? 😀 Thanks.

  11. 11 risk4

    What can we expect from the story like this? This story will be end with just 3-4 eps. The message is just true love is never ending love…..just simple like that.
    I hope the conflict within the both of them is the focus of the story, but it is not.
    It’s getting dreary drama….

  12. 12 jdkk09

    Thanks for the recap! You put into words what I was feeling about these two episodes. It kind of fell flat for me. Although when Hyangi’s mother cut all the phone cords that was hilarious. There was the big build up to reveal the disease and call of the wedding and then-Nothing! I like the drama just not sure where it’s going to go. Guess we’ll see.

  13. 13 vic

    haha come on it’s a bad drama no matter how good you guys try to make it look ^^

  14. 14 yong in

    thanks a lot for the recaps. : )

  15. 15 Helena

    thanks JB,

    Thinking, If she forgot to take off her written address from her pocket when doing her laundry then what ?…
    who will come running for her ?.

    She must wear something permanent like ornament on her wrist or neck with family contact nos, address not enough !!. Must also inform the police post in her vicinity.

  16. 16 olsen

    Oh dear
    I just couldn’t help myself
    I HAD to read the recaps 🙁
    Gonna hate myself so much once I resumed watching the show!
    I’m stuck in episode 1:(
    Oh well, my big test’s coming up, and just must resist the temptation.

    • 16.1 olsen


      • 16.1.1 olsen

        Thank u so much JB!

        Seriously, how could I forget to thank you?

  17. 17 3pleX

    the lines are great, sometimes even poetic… but great dialogue doesn’t necessarily mean great drama. and sadly, this is the case with this drama. the drama has become boring, it just keeps repeating itself. and how sad is it that the characters who still hold some interest for me are the support characters (hang gi’s mom, jae min, and moon kwon) while I have become indifferent to the 2 main characters?

    gonna drop this drama now, i think i have wasted too much time in it already.

  18. 18 jojo

    Thanks for the recap, JB. Agree with your comments. I had great expectations for this drama, but now feel it may be slipping away. The acting is terrific, so I’ll give it another week or so. Personally, I know of someone who has been helped by the Alzheimers drugs, so, I always think why wouldn’t a person at least try to stave it off. Guess it’s all in the hands of the writers, anyway.

  19. 19 meirav

    thanks for the recap:)

  20. 20 lakorn

    I’ll just have to marathon it when I have the time once the show is finished airing. I find the support characters annoying, especially Hang Ji’s mother and the female cousin’s constant bickering. I want to see more of 3 leads. Thanks for the recap.

  21. 21 Jin

    i wanna watch this epis first & then i can agree to disagree but thnx JB et al!

  22. 22 JJ

    i don’t like that actress playing hyang gi; she’s one of those rare actresses in Korea who overacts! she looks ok when she’s in a dramatic scene but not when she’s trying to be cute gosh yikes!

  23. 23 rllkm

    Hhh, unfortunately I still can’t feel the love between them and I agree this ep is boring. Anyway thankyou!

  24. 24 fallingstar

    Ji-hyung deserves to suffer. I don’t know, maybe it’s just that I’ve been cheated on before but that asshole doesn’t deserve much of the encouragement that he’s receiving from his mom. Yeah, motherly love and all that good stuff but sorry lady, your son is an amoral asshole.

    • 24.1 tb

      Honestly many men out there don’t have affairs? Just because they don’t get caught didn’t mean they are angels. Since he met SY, it was like over with HG.

  25. 25 jane

    It’s the dad from PTB!

  26. 26 more

    This drama does not have enough going on for 20 episodes. Half people know she is sick.


    • 26.1 tb

      that’s why you should continue to watch to see how the story is going to be, darling!

  27. 27 Nocoms

    How come a drama so boring gets good ratings? SMH.

  28. 28 Jomo

    Thanks for the recap! I am feeling a little the same about the Show.
    I had to drag myself to watch this when it finally appeared on Dfever, rather than jump on the raws and try to figure out what was going on.

    It is so dreary, aside from LMS’s crazy cord cutting.
    I was relieved that HG’s parents are NOT going to take this out on JH’s father.

    Some highlights:
    JH’s father telling the mom:
    “This is your fault. You raised him. I’ve spent a total of 30 mins a week with him since he was a child.” I see, I see…so that somehow does not make you guilty of anything? Like negligence?
    You are saying that this child could NOT have learned a thing of two from his father growing up? WOW.

    The “Get out!” scene with the dad and JH. JH really is a worm. I was yelling “Get Out!” before the father did.
    Get your own house. Pay for your own business. Stop sniveling. I wish the mom didn’t give him a soft landing.
    He didn’t commit a crime by not agreeing to the marriage, but he did effectivly cut himself off from them financially.

    Does he really think he has the guts to take care of this woman who’s live is slipping away from her grip?

    HG’s mom has shingles – which is the reappearence of the chicken pox virus with a vengeance. It is really painful. She may or may not deserve that. Here is a quote: “There have been quality-of-life studies showing that a bad case of shingles is worse than a heart attack in terms of how long the pain lasts.”

    I have some memory loss problems once in a while because of a seizure disorder. It is terrifying when you don’t know where you are for those brief seconds. But I can tell from experience, you do train yourself to look for context clues. You can train yourself to stay calm. She is doing the right thing to leave hints EVERYWHERE. As long as she doesn’t try to hide it from everyone in her neighborhood, she will be able to rely on folks to get her home. People aren’t all bad!

  29. 29 Sehelfdn


    I want to in episode 8 final songs but i don’t find. I’m searching songs not BAEK Jİ YOUNG. Can you help me?

    Thank you

    • 29.1 Osiris

      La canción se llama 박인희 – 세월이 가면
      La encontré gracias a shazam jeje xD

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