Drama Recaps
Shut Up: Flower Boy Band: Episode 4
by | February 7, 2012 | 130 Comments

Love is in the air, or at least a whole lot of crushing, as lovelines come flying left and right, and end up crossing one over the other like one big web of angst to come. We see another side to our hero and our villain as well, for a nice change of pace, and the boys gear up for the first big battle over practice turf, with the odds stacked against them.


Ji-hyuk kneels in front of Seung-hoon, blowing everyone’s minds, including mine. He grits his teeth and asks him to make it so that they can remain at school. Do-il holds the other guys back from jumping in.

Seung-hoon takes Ji-hyuk aside to talk it out, and asks why he’s so dead set on going to school here. Ji-hyuk just says it’s because they have to, and tells him to make it happen. Seung-hoon reminds him that it’s Pyo-joo he should be talking to, not him.

But Ji-hyuk knows to go straight to the leader, and besides, Seung-hoon knows exactly what happened to Byung-hee that night. “You saw it happen. You could’ve stopped it.” He tells Seung-hoon to reveal the truth about Pyo-joo’s involvement that night. Seung-hoon asks how, and Ji-hyuk just breezes, “You’re the smart one. Figure it out,” and stalks away.

Su-ah gathers her things in the art room, and Deo-mi happily reports on the glorious day when “our side” won, and Ji-hyuk bowed to Seung-hoon. Su-ah tells her she doesn’t know what “our side” and “their side” means anyway, and pretends not to comprehend her. I like her, this girl.

Deo-mi wonders what she’s doing, and she says she’s not going to waste expensive art supplies on a talent she doesn’t really have, and plans to drop art class. Not realizing that it really is about the money, Deo-mi guesses that Su-ah’s father required her to drop her frivolous classes for more business-related ones so she can prepare to inherit the company. Su-ah doesn’t have the guts to correct her.

Eye Candy angsts it out in the schoolyard, about how unfair it is that some people can just toss envelopes of money at people to get away with their crimes, while others have to you-know-what just to remain in school.

But they vow to do right by Byung-hee and stay here, and win that rock festival for him. Now it’s just up to Seung-hoon to deliver on that promise, whether it’s out of guilt, self-preservation, or both. By the end of the school day, he tells the principal.

Maro informs Ha-jin and Kyung-jong that the battle for the practice studio is back on since the charges have been dropped, and they happily call Ji-hyuk with the good news. To each other, they gush about how a man kneeling is putting his life on the line, and that their leader is really something. Aw.

Ji-hyuk lets out a triumphant shout just as Seung-hoon drives by in his fancy towncar, and though they don’t show it to each other, they each smile to themselves.

Su-ah starts work at the restaurant, and tells Dad over the phone that she’s okay and no one’s come looking for her yet, and besides, it’s not like she knows where Dad’s hiding out anyway, so there’s nothing to tell.

But that night Ji-hyuk comes home to find two scary thugs knocking on the door to Su-ah’s downstairs neighbors, looking for her. He quickly runs up to his roof and throws something at Su-ah’s window, trying to get her attention without calling out to her.

He alerts her to the thugs and she cowers in fear, but he directs her to the other side, where he helps her get down via ladder. She slips on her way down and he catches her in his arms, startling both of them.

I love that it’s the eye contact that does them in. They look away awkwardly, which is even funnier because he’s still holding her. Ha.

They manage to sneak up to his rooftop room undetected. As soon as they get inside, her stomach growls, and he snickers that she could be hungry at a time like this, and says she must be stronger than she looks.

He makes her a pot of ramyun and asks if she got herself into some trouble, and she says no. But he doesn’t make her explain: “Princess, rooftop room, gangsters. I pretty much get the picture.” Heh. Watch a lot of dramas, do you?

She sees a guitar nearby and asks if it’s his, and he pauses before saying that it’s Byung-hee’s. She grows silent, and he tells her again that it’s not her fault, and to stop blaming herself.

By the time he’s done with dishes she’s already asleep, huddled in the corner. When she wakes up in the morning, she’s in his bed all cozy, and Ji-hyuk is curled up on the floor below.

She gently puts the pillow under his head and covers him with the blanket before giving a little wave and a smile. So cute. He waits till she sneaks out before opening his eyes.

Seung-hoon’s sister drops him off at school and wonders why he’s suddenly so interested in school again, even turning down Dad’s offer to go study abroad. He just says that things have suddenly become really interesting.

She asks how things are with Su-ah, and he wonders why she keeps asking about her. She says that there’s been a lot of chatter about her father’s company lately, that it’s in some trouble, but doesn’t say anything more.

The principal assigns their old teacher with the task of keeping the boys in line, and Teach of course wants to resort to fists first. But the principal says that’s not how they do things around here, and gives him his new weapon: the point system.

He goes on a rampage following the Eye Candy boys around, deducting points left and right for being tardy, for eating candy, for having too strong an accent (ha), for having rock n roll hair, for being girl-crazy.

He happens to catch Ha-jin horsing around and trying to give Do-il a kiss for getting rid of those gangsters last time, and Teacher interrupts them, “What kind of relationship do you have?” Minus points.

What they realize is that the point system isn’t just an annoyance, but a danger – once they get up to 60 negative points, it’s expulsion. They wonder how long they’ll make it, and Ji-hyuk just says they have to last till the festival.

Seung-hoon summons him to discuss the battle for the practice room, and Ji-hyuk saunters in. Pyo-joo is as tightly wound as ever, but Ji-hyuk treats him like a child, putting his arm around casually as if to say, you are the opposite of scary.

They flip a coin to determine the order (rich boys first) and decide that an audience vote is the fairest way to pick the winner. Both sides agree to the terms. Pyo-joo can’t help but get a dig in, that he should give up now unless he wants to get on his knees again in front of the whole school.

Ji-hyuk pushes his face away, and then grabs a guitar pick off the table, and sends it flying into the dartboard that Pyo-joo was playing with when he came in. Badass. Maro and Pyo-joo gape at it afterwards, in awe.

The boys wonder where they’ll practice for now, since they have to win the battle to win the studio, and Hyun-soo mentions that Woo-kyung’s been calling Do-il looking for Ji-hyuk because he doesn’t answer his phone. Ha-jin wonders why it’s always Do-il she calls when she can’t find Ji-hyuk, and something about the way Do-il looks down says it bugs him for a different reason.

Just then Woo-kyung comes running in with big news, saying that she got Ji-hyuk a present because he’s been so down lately, and she’s his muse after all. She takes all the boys to a building on the verge of being torn down.

There’s a basement space there with an old set of drums, and she tells them that they can use the space until it gets demolished. They ask when that is, and she says, “Well I’m sure it’s not tomorrow!” They do not look reassured at that.

Ji-hyuk thanks her and promises to buy her dinner, but that’s not the thanks she had in mind. She puckers up her lips. Kyung-jong goes gaga and Ha-jin shields his eyes, while Do-il watches with a sad look. Oh noes, he really does have a crush.

Ji-hyuk stares blankly, so she grabs his face with her hands and pulls him in for a kiss. Nice. I like your style. The boys go crazy while Ji-hyuk stands there awkwardly, and Do-il sighs to himself. Aw.

Kyung-jong didn’t get to see it happen, so he gestures at Ha-jin, pointing at his own tongue. Pfft, are you asking if there was tongue? Hee.

A few of the boys gather for practice the next day, and wonder where Ji-hyuk ran off to. Do-il says he picked up a part-time gig for his uncle again, which seems like a common occurrence.

It turns out that he’s recording a song, as a session musician. (He’s singing the guide version of the song as a placeholder.) He begins to sing the soft ballad and then Seung-hoon’s sister comes in to check on the recording. She calls her brother to ask if he can make it, calling him the songwriter.

Ooooh, interesting connection. Ji-hyuk’s standing there singing Seung-hoon’s song. Meanwhile his sister watches, wondering who this kid is, and tells the producer to get his contact info.

The reason Seung-hoon blows off the recording session is to follow Su-ah after school. He follows her all the way to her part-time job at the restaurant, and puts together the pieces, from what his sister said.

Late that night, Su-ah walks home and senses someone coming up behind her. She braces herself, grabs her backpack, and whirls around with it with her eyes closed, and spins right into Ji-hyuk’s arms.

She stammers, “Oh it was you?” and he laughs that she should learn how to swing properly if she wants to use that thing as a weapon, otherwise it just looks like she did it on purpose to get a hug. HA.

He suggests she not come home so late if she’s so scared and she pretends not to be, but looks up at her rooftop, clearly scared to go up there. So Ji-hyuk goes first to make sure there aren’t any thugs tonight, and gives her the all-clear.

Up on her roof he asks for her phone and stores his number, for her to call if they show up again. She thanks him and he goes back down and up to his own roof.

What they don’t see is that Seung-hoon has followed her all the way here, and has seen the whole thing.

The next morning at school Ji-hyuk and Ha-jin head up the stairs, and turn right back around when they see Grumpypants Teacher standing guard outside the door, waiting to dock points for every little thing.

They quickly tuck in their shirts and straighten their ties, as Ji-hyuk sighs that it’s high school, not Miss Korea. Teach sees them coming up and practically rubs his hands in glee, only they arrive perfectly dressed, bow, and salute him. Heh. Thwarted at your own game.

Seung-hoon gives Su-ah the recording of his new song, which is hilarious because he has no idea that Ji-hyuk’s the one singing it. She looks up in surprise as soon as she hears the voice, but doesn’t let on if she knows who it is.

Seung-hoon tries to give her a bunch of gift certificates to a mall, but she turns it down, saying that it might not be very much to him, but it’s too much money for her to accept between friends. She walks away and he berates himself for the misstep.

Ji-hyuk sits outside with Do-il and Kyung-jong, and Teacher comes out from behind them, ready to go all Wyatt Earp on their asses. He scrambles their surroundings and finds the perfect smoking gun: a cigarette butt.

They swear it’s not theirs, but of course their protests don’t matter. Kyung-jong asks for a DNA test, ha. Ji-hyuk says he should just beat them instead, quoting what he used to say to them every time he hit them before, about how they’d end up street thugs if they didn’t get their act together.

He scoffs, “How can someone who calls himself a teacher run around trying to get students expelled?” Well I’m glad someone said it. Teach stews for a while, but it niggles at him all day, and eventually he scratches out the demerits in his notebook with a sigh. Aw. So he has a heart after all?

That night they practice in their basement studio, though Hyun-soo has been conspicuously absent for a few days straight. Woo-kyung arrives with snacks, calling Ji-hyuk “jagi,” which makes him cringe.

Suddenly sirens blare and they hear noise outside, and Woo-kyung goes to check it out. Some neighborhood ajummas have complained about the noise, swearing that it’s an abandoned building but they heard something.

Thinking quickly, Woo-kyung plays drunk and distracts the cops long enough for the boys to sneak away… only Kyung-jong drops a cymbal on his way out, leading to a chase.

They split up, and Ji-hyuk and Do-il end up in his pool hall, lying on a table and wondering why their lives are always this way. They have a good chuckle over it. Ji-hyuk sits up for a minute, “I think this is the first time in my life I’ve ever worked so hard. I want to hurry up and show them.”

Do-il gives him a pat on the shoulder to say he gets it, and Ji-hyuk pushes him away to cut the mushiness.

Su-ah leaves work that night to find Seung-hoon sitting outside the restaurant. He’s clearly waiting for her but they both lie that they happened to be there, and he takes out a red scarf for her, saying that it’s an apology for earlier. Aw.

He asks if that’s okay as a present and she smiles, so he wraps it around her, and then plants a little kiss on her forehead. They walk hand-in-hand to the bus stop, and he sends her off with a wave.

On the bus, she sighs as she touches her forehead, while in the street, Seung-hoon smiles like a goof looking at his hand. I’m glad we get to see this side of him, because up until now he hasn’t been the most sympathetic or layered character.

Meanwhile, Ji-hyuk sits inside a convenience store, staring out the window. He passes the time with ramyun, snacks, and then jumps up with a start and smoothes his hair before running out when he sees Su-ah pass by. Are you waiting there for her? Why so cute?

He silently walks behind her and then notices that she’s passed her own house without realizing it. The way he gets her attention? He chucks a lollipop at the back of her head. Ha.

She yells “Ow” with a start and turns around, glaring. She picks up the lolli and says if it were gum like the last time, she’d have his head shaved, and rips the wrapper off.

His face turns to horror when she makes a move to eat it, screaming, “THAT’S MY LAST ONE!” Hahaha. Well maybe you should’ve thought of that before chucking it at people’s heads, buddy.

She scoffs at his nerve and says fine, she’ll give him the candy if he apologizes. He pauses, and then agrees, “Yes, that’s apple flavor [apology and apple are homonyms in Korean],” and snatches it out of her hand and pops it in his mouth. Cheeky.

He wakes up the next morning and finds a yogurt sitting outside his door.

At school the students are abuzz with bets on which band will win the practice room battle. Deo-mi asks Su-ah which side she’s rooting for, and gasps when she implies that maybe it’s not for the side she thinks. But Su-ah just says that they can enjoy a good concert either way.

They start setting up for the battle, and throw insults back and forth at each other about their instruments, and Ha-jin goes to take out his bass… which he finds stringless. Whoops. He realizes that he lost his strings in that panic when the cops crashed their practice space.

Eye Candy asks to push the time back, but Maro insists the rules must be kept, and instead tosses his motorcycle keys to Ji-hyuk. They go on as planned, as Ji-hyuk races to get the strings before their turn.

Seung-hoon’s band plays a jazzy piece as Ji-hyuk finds the strings and rushes back. But as Eye Candy sets up and waits, a news story pops up and starts circulating on everyone’s phones.

It’s news that Su-ah’s father’s company has gone under, and that he’s being prosecuted. She stands in the crowd, frozen, not knowing what to do.

Ji-hyuk finally arrives but then sees the same thugs from the other night standing outside the school, asking after Su-ah. He runs inside, and his bandmates ask for the bass strings. The other band announces that they have a minute to start, otherwise they forfeit…

Ji-hyuk turns around, grabs Su-ah’s hand, and they get the hell out of dodge.


I didn’t actually expect the relationship between Ji-hyuk and Su-ah to develop so quickly, but I really like their growing friendship. I love their little moments of chemistry, like awkwardly doing the doorway dance just to get past each other, or every time they get close. It doesn’t feel strange because Ji-hyuk was the one who had a connection with her even when Byung-hee was around, and Byung-hee’s muse-crush on her was so one-sided and crazy.

I’m glad that Seung-hoon isn’t being written as a total sociopath or something, because I was concerned that he was going to end up a one-dimensional villain type, while everyone else got interesting backstories. But he’s shaping up to be more than just the bad guy, so I like that there’s the possibility of something other than just the expected rivalry between the two bands.

But I’m the biggest fan of Ji-hyuk’s character, who continues to surprise me at every turn. You think he’s a punk kid, but then he schools the teacher on right and wrong, and it turns out he listens to everything he’s told even while being beaten. He seems like a reckless prideful leader, but puts that on the line when they need to stay in school. And then again, when the battle is on the line, he puts Su-ah’s safety first. I can’t wait to see where else we go with his character.

I think what resonates with me the most is this world, the way it conveys the teenage malaise and feeling of being lost. It’s not actually a depressing world to me because they struggle with a version of the same things every young person fights against – feeling powerless, lacking purpose, wanting everything and having nothing. Tonally it strikes the perfect balance to say that this is what they feel, but that they can also have a sense of hope and pure joy in something that might seem insignificant: a piece of music, the perfect performance, a connection with one other person who might get it. And that just gets me in the heart.


130 Comments from the Beanut Gallery
  1. 51 Stephanie


    The last paragraph, brilliant.
    AND, spot on.

  2. 52 laya

    Thanks for the recap!

    Whew. Finally done with backreading almost a month’s worth of posts 😀 I’m now back at my childhood home with an unstable internet connection. 🙁 But I don’t want to miss the recaps!

  3. 53 news

    I don’t know why no one ever thought to make Jung Eui-Chul a vampire lead in a drama or film. He would be perfect for it don’t you think?

  4. 54 Tani

    absolutely adorable show! I got curious as I saw the preview and as I watched the first episode, fell in love with it. And the romantic pair-> cute and lovely!
    best korean drama since…? 2011!

  5. 55 ziren87

    Thanks GF…so happy to see this recap..it really made my day…

  6. 56 RaeRae

    WooHoo!! 😀 Another excellent episode! I’m so head over heels for this drama and how great it is, I can’t even watch Dream High 2. It doesn’t even compare! 😀 Can’t WAIT for next week!!

  7. 57 kirara

    This is SOOO interesting.. much better than Dream High.. I think I’m going to try to watch this when I get a moment from my busy school/work schedule.

    I’m reading both recaps, Dream High and Shut up flower boy band, but I can clearly understand why this one is soo much better and INTERESTING!! 🙂

    Thanks for posting! 🙂

  8. 58 A-M

    Oo. Another solid episode 🙂

    I do like how all of the relationships are developing. I’m really loving Seung-hoon right now. I’m actually having a hard time thinking of him as “the bad guy.” He’s friends with Pyo-joo who is a complete weakling and could easily become a “bad guy” I think. Right now though it seems (to me) that Seung-hoon is enjoying having the challenge of these guys around and doesn’t want to mess with them unfairly–as he he likes having rules of the game and following them. Beating Byung-hee, outside of the rules, the guys getting kicked out for beating up Pyo-joo, outside of the rules. He doesn’t even report them for use of the practise room (which it seems like he could have) and instead Maro just quietly warns them off.

    And seeing him giddy over holding Su-ah’s hand? So adorable.

    Also really enjoying seeing Do-il stepping up to the plate as the 2nd in command.

    Still seriously hating Deo-mi, maybe she can redeem herself in how she reacts to the news of Su-ah’s father (but I don’t have much hope.)

    And yeah, really loving how Seung-hoon is someone who can change course very quickly. He isn’t all bulldozer on a mission the way so many Kdrama heroes are.

    Thanks for the recap, next week should be fun! 🙂

  9. 59 mud

    I was starting into the first 15 minutes of Dream High 2 episode 3 when I found myself not paying attention and just wanting something more to chew on. Shut Up is so much more than what Dream High 2 is offering and I can’t wait for the next episode. The one thing that is ticking me off is the girl’s acting. Jo Bo-ah’s “acting” is the same wide-eyed acting that afflicts Moon/Sun, which is unfortunate since her character seems to be spunky and lovely, but she seems to self-aware to deliver. So I predict that in the end, I will like her character based on Ji-hyuk’s good intentions and benefits.

  10. 60 Cruelsummer

    Finally had a chance to watch properly. Thank you, Dramafever!

    So much love for this show. Sung Joon is just blowing me away. Intense and adorable.

    Doemi is a horrible friend. Why does Su Ah tolerate her? Even though the cute little Busan boy (I can’t remember his name :() doesn’t have a love line on the chart, maybe he can sweep her off her feet and she can see the error of her ways.

    If I were in High School I would not be swaying and jamming to that Yacht Rock being played by Strawberry Fields (Is that their name?). Those kids in the audience were just being kind.

  11. 61 jomo

    Thanks for the recap!
    Agree with you on the vibe of the show. What I also like is how earnest they are with each other. I feel like they really are good friends who have hung out since they were younger.

    The other cute thing is seeing them play in their school uniforms feels like throw back to olde tyme videos of boy bands in matching suits.
    Even the Rolling Stones wore suits for a little while:
    In this video, Mick Jagger is the same age as Sung Joon.

  12. 62 sjs

    me too I’m in all the way Shut Up.

    What DH 2 ??? No way

  13. 63 julie

    ep 3 and ep 4 eng sub is already out on epdrama.com they are so great and fast!

  14. 64 obsidian

    This show really knows how to keep you hanging! The ending surprised me again. I really loved when Ji Hyuk’s speech to the teacher. Seriously, how can the teacher think that is right?

    I’m glad that Seung-Hoon has some development. He seemed really sweet with Su-ah. And when he spoke up for Eye Candy.

    I am entirely in love with Ji-hyuk. He has a gruff exterior but is so sweet inside. It was hilarious when he was waiting for Su-ah in the convenience store.

    I wonder what Hyun-soo’s story is. And how is Pyo-joo still in the drama! Ugh!

  15. 65 charitee

    i tend to write long-winded comments (when i actually do comment) so i’ll keep it short: MOAR. is monday here yet???

    • 65.1 kbap

      LOL I love your comment. I also tend to sorta rant. Long paragraphs. That don’t make sense. 🙂 But my Tuesday’s comment was shorter too. Yep, I want MOAR!

  16. 66 Pandora

    I love everything about this drama. <3

  17. 67 tarianantatoer

    I think I can convert my brothers to kdrama with this one. We’ll see. I love every little thing about this drama. Sung Joon is love, I even thinking of rewatching LTM (drop that drama) for him. Yea I know! Just his scenes tho.

  18. 68 Ashley

    Does anyone know where I can watch this show in China? I do not need subtitles, though they would be nice. Epdrama does not work here, and most viki shows are blocked here. If someone knows of a site, that would be great.

    I have not been able to watch the show I have only read the recaps, and I am already addicted. I have not felt love like this for a show since You’re Beautiful. Thank you for recapping this Javabeans and Girlfriday. I really appreciate all you do!

    • 68.1 MJ

      Hello Ashley,

      Where to Watch in China:

      Give Tudou.com a try – The Chinese Youtube, only more orange. It has a very user-friendly interface, and I’ve never had any streaming troubles.

      Tudou.com Official Site: http://www.tudou.com/

  19. 69 Mystisith

    Ashley, i’m in Europe and idk what could work for you, but i give you the links to the sites i visit for dramas ( maybe one will do it for you ) :


    • 69.1 Ashley

      Thanks Mystisith for the help!

  20. 70 Nokcha

    This show is just so awesome!!!!

  21. 71 NewKDramaAddict

    Loving this show and loving the comments. I could not believe the glee the Teacher was showing in working with the administrator to get rid of the boys! I was so glad when Ji-Hyuk put him in his place!! Shame he had to in the first place! And the comments about Su-Ah’s friend, how many of us wanted to jump into our PCs/TVs and slap her when she was gleefully talking about putting the boys in their place and the indifference in my boy Lee Min-Ki character dying? I cannot say enough how I am glad this drama came around to replace What’s Up? viewing time for me!! Again, I’ve given up in DH2.

    • 71.1 A-M

      Let’s form a possee to pelt Su-ah’s friend with guitar picks. (Besides being able to get one to stick in a dart board is a skill I want.)

  22. 72 Heather

    I’m so loving this show! I was worried after Episode 2 that it wouldn’t be the same, but I’m still digging it. I just feel like they really drew us into this world really well–they really sold this group of friends and made us want to be one of them. And, as people have mentioned, all of the characters are so complicated! Plus the style of filming fits the characters so well! I haven’t been this excited about a show in ages!

  23. 73 Heather

    Also thank you to whomever listed about watching the full preview on youtube for next week! EEK!

  24. 74 LadyIgraine

    i believe seunghoon and his bandmates will most likely team up w/ jihyuk and the boys if the story will shift to a different one. for example, if they end up going up against a rival school’s own band, it could force the two rival groups to form an ensemble team to beat them. at least that’s where i see how the story will lead too. i don’t see seunghoon as a bad guy, and i think he will eventually have to give up on pursuing suah once he sees that she’s not the guy she wants to be with.

    i also notice a rather difficult side of hyunsoo in the last couple of episodes. there’s some hints that he could possibly become someone who will go against the band, if he doesn’t agree on it. i already sense that after jihyuk round them up talking about staying in school so they can enter the rock festival. hyunsoo didn’t even think twice when he said that “things change…,” and also hajin was talking about how hyunsoo’s being a little too much lately.

  25. 75 Tani

    oh god! I can’t wait till next week to watch another episode! I just can’t! 😉

  26. 76 Lilian

    Jihyuk! Love the humour and the boys when they are together =)

  27. 77 Ree

    What an awesome recap! Makes me wait to watch the episode all over again!
    This ep was just DAEBAK! Ji Hyuk was too cute in this ep. 🙂


    After watching the preview. OMFGGGGG! I CANNOT WAIT ANY LONGER. Must see right away.

    Ji Hyuk and Su Ah are so adorable together. <3

  28. 78 karii

    I was very much, oh this is going to be a pretty boy drama where they don’t have any problems and everyone gets a girl. But because Byung Hee died it opened up so much potential for every character and I love it so much. This drama is going to be really fabulous. I’m really loving Ji Hyuk and Su Ah actually I’m loving everything. It went far beyond my initial expectations and I can’t wait for more

  29. 79 starrynighttt


  30. 80 tomatan

    I <3 Ji-Hyuk. He's not necessarily the best looking guy out there but there's just something about him that makes you want to <3 him. And the same goes for the rest of the boys in the group. They aren't the typical flower boys, but hot damn, do they grab your attention. I'm not all gaga for the whole group but the ones who stood out the most for me were Ji-hyuk, Byung-hee, and Do-il. Ji-hyuk because he reminds me of a fluffy lion…weird I know. Byung-hee because he just looks crazy and maybe the eyeliner? ahah
    And as for Do-il, well, I'm just a sucker for cute guys with long hair 😉

    I've been following this drama along with DH2 and so far, I like this one much, much better. DH2 is actually disappointing me. I can't help but want to like DH2 because I loved DH soooo much…which actually makes DH2 seem so much worse. I am desperately waiting for DH2 to catch up….

    Ji-hyuk and Su-ah all the way!

  31. 81 mihinikki

    Me encanta MUCHO! Perfect length at 45 minutes b/c it leaves you almost satisfied and totally addicted!

  32. 82 Lisa

    JiHyuk is pretty amazing in episode 4.

    I loved how he shines as a leader even after the death of BH. I also like the progression of his relationship with SuAh. SH is also stepping up his game but I think she SA is looking for the bad boy touch hehehe

    In case no one has pointed it out yet..
    BTW GirlFriday…it wasn’t yogurt…but banana milk.

    I know this because I was addicted to them in South Korea.

  33. 83 MJ

    Every time I see Su-ah’s friend named Deo-mi who looks like a pre-teen Velma Dinkley shown as an intelligent and quiet little girl from the animated TV Series titled A Pup Named Scooby-Doo (1988-1991). I wanting for her to say “jinkees” either when finding a clue or as a regular expression. or “My glasses! I can’t find my glasses!” in Korean. I waiting for her to show up with a briefcase which can transform into a computer, telephone, etc. Will Shaggy, Daphne, Freddie, and Scooby-Doo show up too?

  34. 84 Azura Skylla

    I wonder if anyone realize but the song that Byung Hee wrote was about Su ah and the song that Seung Hoon wrote was also about Su ah but in the end, it was Ji Huyk that was singing about of them. I guess it seem that it was fated for him to have her. I totally love the chemistry between them. Hurry up and get together alreafy!!!!!!!!!

    • 84.1 A-M

      Ooo. Good point.

    • 84.2 MsB

      You’re right! I caught that but thought nothing about the fact that Ji Hyuk sung both!!

  35. 85 ad025

    Can anyone tell me what kind of motorcycle or scooter that the glasses guy owned and lent to ji hyuk?

  36. 86 dstf

    i really hate the girl. she is so awkward. grrrhhhhhh
    and why the hell is she go flirting with everyone?????

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