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Monstar: Episode 7

Best. Episode. Yet. It amazes me how a series can keep us engaged for so long and still carry us through new waves of emotions. I feel like I’m drowning in an ocean of feels and am totally okay with it. We finally get to witness the epic showdown between our newbie band versus the elite orchestra where the competition is fierce, the rivals are formidable, and the music… well, it’s just pitch perfect.

Monstar continues to lead the pack on Fridays with this episode hitting a solid 2.3% in ratings.

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Kang Ha-neul & Dahee – “사람, 사랑” (Human, Love) [ Download ]

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EPISODE 7: “Finally the Battle! Color Bar vs. All for One”

Sun-woo’s acoustic serenade wins over the girls’ hearts (including mine). Unbeknownst to him, Nana looks heartbroken behind him as she looks on. However, her voice doesn’t betray her emotions when she tells him to sing another song for them: “Human, Love” (by Lena Park & Kim Bum-soo).

He points out that it’s a duet and Nana quickly shoots down the idea that he sings it with their vocalist, Se-yi. Unfortunately, we don’t get to hear this potentially awesome duet as an irritated Seol-chan interrupts to end practice. He doubles over in frustration in the car.

Next thing we know, he scares the bejesus out of Se-yi on her way home. He can barely utter words, let alone sentences before he barks, “D-did you like it?!” and runs off, embarrassed. Hahaha, I love jealous Seol-chan.

In the car, Seol-chan literally beats himself up over the head. His manager reluctantly hits him when asked (it shouldn’t be funny, but it is a little) which is enough reason to let the tears finally come. Though he outwardly sobs over the ridiculousness of his tears, it’s apparent that the serenade has gotten to him more than he lets on.

As for Nana, she stops outside of Sun-woo’s place and chucks a CD over the gate—a BoA album.

It’s still lying on the ground when Sun-woo finds it the following morning. On the way to school, he stops the car when he sees something fall out of Nana’s pocket and he silently watches her walk away.

Then he sees her arrive at school from the classroom window. Ooh, does he see her in a different light now? If so, it’s a nice reversal to Nana’s memory in the previous episode.

Just then, Sun-woo is called away by Seol-chan, who still has a bone to pick with him about yesterday’s cheese-tastic serenade. It’s nothing compared to Seol-chan’s move, Sun-woo reminds him. Those words leave the idol boy understandably confused since he has no idea Sun-woo has seen the almost-kiss.

We move onto the other broken bromance. Reminded of the ajusshi’s words that shielding your friends does more harm than good, Kyu-dong bucks up the courage to confront Do-nam. He pushes through despite Do-nam’s increasing aggravation to get out everything he’s been meaning to say.

When Do-nam retorts that he should say something else instead, Kyu-dong yells, “You don’t give me a chance to say it!” I love that Kyu-dong doesn’t shrink away this time and refuses to back down.

They’re joined by Jae-rok and his incessant sneers about them stops Seol-chan in his tracks. He pointedly remarks how their elite orchestra doesn’t need to practice in order to win their upcoming competition. You sure talk big, Cymbals Boy.

Seol-chan retorts that all of those rich privileges like expensive instruments and private lessons don’t compare to the human voice. Which is when Joon-hee steps in with a mockingly polite apology that they should even the playing field.

So Joon-hee calls their opponents (okay, I give in. Seol-chan’s team call themselves “Color Bar”) to the auditorium to get a taste of what All for One has to offer. It cracks me up that Seol-chan yawns as soon as they begin. But just when he’s about to leave, a strong voice rings out from onstage.

You can see the collective looks of Oh crap that settle on their faces at the realization that Hyo-rin can sing. Ugh, and she even challengingly smirks in their direction as she belts out Jo Sumi’s classic, “If I Leave.”

Seol-chan doesn’t hesitate to use Sun-woo’s previous knowledge of Hyo-rin’s hidden singing ability as ammo to accuse Sun-woo of being a spy yet again. He’s irritated when Se-yi rises to Sun-woo’s defense. The others step in before the situation escalates any further as voices of reason—instead of fighting, they should focus on what to do now.

This calls for a change in song, which clearly pushes the boundaries of Se-yi’s vocal range when they go over it at practice and ends up with Seol-chan to storm out in frustration again. At the mention that they need someone else to sing it, Sun-woo momentarily glances at Nana. *gasp* Do you know about her strong pipes?

Kyu-dong’s comforting words that everyone can tell that Seol-chan is trying too hard to win manages to calm him down. But his jealousy flares again when he sees Sun-woo and Se-yi looking chummy through the window. He marches back inside to resume his stern music directing, and this time, it drives Se-yi to tears.

Seol-chan chases after her and grabs her by the wrist, silently refusing to let go despite Se-yi’s protests. Gah, that look of reserved guilt just about kills me. Just tell her that you’re sorry for being an ass!

She asks why he keeps doing this to her—what on earth did she do to him? She demands to know why he almost kissed her that night, but Seol-chan remains silent. He finally lets go when the ajusshi steps in.

Meanwhile, Sun-woo calls Nana outside and asks her to help them out. Ack, so you do know that she can sing! He reminds her that she once asked him what he sees in her. He now admits that he did see her talent once, but never mentioned it since he figured she didn’t want anyone else to find out.

Nana denies it and she asks why she should help Se-yi. But Sun-woo tells her it’s for the team and when she refuses again, he drags her back inside. Then he picks up his guitar and starts playing “Human, Love” before Nana can leave.

She slowly turns to face Sun-woo as he sings, his eyes fixated on her. Her eyes glaze over in tears, moved, and from the way she looks at him, it’s as if you can almost see her imagine herself as the object of his serenade. Hell, I’m imagining him sing to me.

Then Sun-woo stops to invite her to sing the duet together. He starts over and over and over again, patiently waiting for her to join him. And then… she does. And it’s GLORIOUS.

As they belt out in beautiful harmony, a flashback reveals that Sun-woo had indeed heard her sing as she walked to school that morning. Their voices cohesively overlap in the present as they sing together. Rewind, replay!

When they finish their jaw-dropping performance, the others break into applause.

Elsewhere, Se-yi sits with the ajusshi on a park bench. She confides in him, saying that she doesn’t get why Seol-chan is acting this way. But even though she’s angry with him and hates him, he keeps weighing on her mind. There was something else he did to her but rather than getting angry, she’s hurt and sad instead. She wonders, “Why is this happening to me?”

The ajusshi gives her a knowing smile and tells her that someone else asked that of him once. He got angry then because they already knew the answer… and so does Se-yi.

Seol-chan collapses on his bed in a dejected mood, reminded of how he made Se-yi cry again. Then he rises to unveil a package by the bed and breaks out in laughter. Omg, you got Se-yi’s encouraging note framed? Ha, you would do something like that.

He’s back to his usual self by morning and sincerely apologizes to Se-yi for his actions last night as they walk up to school. Sun-woo joins them and doesn’t miss an opportunity to spark Seol-chan’s jealousy as he takes Se-yi to walk with him.

Seol-chan calls from behind: “Hey, let go of my seat partner’s hand!”

The math teacher offers to spice things up a bit at the class’s general disinterest… with a lightning round relay of a math formula? Then he lays down a beat and starts spittin’ out variables like a boss.

Oh gosh, this looks WAY harder than the quadratic formula tune. Am suddenly so thankful I didn’t go to this high school.

Given how the others jump, it must be a familiar routine to the class, but both Seol-chan and Se-yi are caught off-guard. When it’s Seol-chan’s turn, he hilariously starts dancing, completely baffled.

Naturally, they’re assigned to memorize the formula. Seol-chan blurts out that she had the same blank expression when he nearly kissed her, and they both flush at the mere mention of the incident. Then Seol-chan walks her through the rhythm, breaking it up into parts for her. It’s sweet to see how patient he is with her now.

After they perform it for their teacher, Seol-chan asks why she keeps staring at him—has she fallen for his idol star image charm now? Se-yi rolls her eyes at this. When she asks what they’ll do without a power vocal, Seol-chan tells her that they’ll perform as is.

So of course they’re both left awestruck when they hear Nana’s powerful voice, and Seol-chan looks so happy that he can hug her. He does (Se-yi slightly grimaces, heh) and the gesture earns him a punch to the jaw.

Se-yi notices that more flowers have bloomed outside and learns from the ajusshi that they’re violets. And the ajusshi wears a lighter-colored shirt now. Hm.

The Color Bar band gets to work immediately, their cheery mood and cohesiveness now returned. I appreciate how we get a rough cut of the music in practice, as the MR adds to the feel that this is practice, setting us up for a big reveal later.

The Color Bar members are briefed about tomorrow’s battle after school and they overhear Nana take a gruff phone call. Do-nam and Se-yi follow behind her and can only watch as she’s quickly whisked away by a car.

So Do-nam shares his hypothesis about Nana based upon what he previously overheard. He presumes she must work part-time at a room salon, i.e. entertaining older men by pouring them drinks.

He tries to shake Se-yi off when she offers to come with, but Se-yi stubbornly tags along. Both Sun-woo and Seol-chan spot the two hurriedly race off and follow behind in their respective cars.

Sun-woo confronts them as they argue outside of the club. But before he can say another word, Nana suddenly runs out of the doors and into his arms. She’s quickly followed by a rough group of men, who bark at her to come back in. Both Sun-woo and Do-nam intervene and engage them in a fight.

It’s not long before Seol-chan joins them and Nana runs off. Fists fly in every direction until the fight abruptly stops at the word of an older gentleman, who seems to recognize the group. As for Seol-chan, he’s whisked away by his manager to save his idol image.

The older man is Nana’s father, who sits the kiddos down for a chat. He may have a scary presence but his fatherly concern for his daughter is the same as any parent. He’s determined to find the boy who broke her heart—do they know who it is?

He assures them that he’ll make sure to send Nana along tomorrow. He looks back at Sun-woo (the only one who maintained eye contact) before he leaves. They wonder if she’ll actually turn up tomorrow.

Unfortunately, Nana’s still a no-show the next morning, and Se-yi receives word from that she’s unreachable. The group grows nervous with less than thirty minutes to spare before the competition. Then Sun-woo calls back and before he runs out, he tells them to stall for time.

Which means we get a hilarious scene of the Vice Principal trying to squeeze his car into a narrow parking spot. His repeated attempts to park are blocked off and he’s unable to get out from either side. To make matters worse, his phone runs out of juice when he calls Teacher Dokko for help. Hahaha, he’s going to be there for a while.

Thanks to Nana’s father, Sun-woo arrives at the one place she could be. It’s a fashion design studio, where she’s currently at the sewing machine as tears fall from her eyes. She bends down to pick up a rogue spool and cuts her already injured hand. Ah, so that’s how she scraped it, and the new injury reminds her of Sun-woo’s concern.

Sun-woo finds her in her crying state, and she lashes at him when she hears that they spoke with her father. They must find her pathetic to see the rumors about her come to light. Now they know about her parentage, with her gangster boss for a father and her room salon owner for a mother. Through her tears, she bites out:

Nana: “You probably thought to yourself: ‘Oh god, that I hung around with that girl. That I exchanged words with that kind of girl! That I lowered myself to sing with her.’ Didn’t you?”

She tells him to get out. But Sun-woo stands firm and reminds her that he only believes what he sees: “What I see isn’t a gangster and room salon owner’s daughter, but Kim Nana the student, Kim Nana the Color Bar member, Kim Nana who sings well… and Kim Nana whom everyone is waiting for.”

The Vice Principal finally finds a way out of his car and bursts into the auditorium, annoyed and sweaty. He calls for the battle to begin immediately, ignoring the protests that Color Bar isn’t ready yet. At that moment, Sun-woo returns alone and relays the bad news that he wasn’t able to persuade Nana. So Seol-chan reassigns Kyu-dong to take over Nana’s part.

The All for One orchestra takes the stage first and begin their performance of “Amazing Grace.” Hyo-rin sings as her brother plays on the piano before he joins in song. The orchestra drops out and a chorus chimes in to robustly round out the song in soft harmony.

When they finish, the teachers break in applause (as do the small group of students who snuck in, hee). The Color Bar members hang their heads.

The Color Bar band takes the stage and Kyu-dong nervously stands in the center, trying to calm his nerves. He gets silent looks of encouragement from his teammates before they begin. The spotlight shines on Kyu-dong and he squeaks out the first few lines, to everyone’s dismay.

Then the sound of approaching footsteps grabs everyone’s attention, and the stage lights come up—it’s Nana. Oh, whew.

She takes her rightful place on stage and they start over their performance of (Shin Seung-hoon’s) “Don’t Make Me Cry.” Her talented voice takes the audience by surprise and the others join in after an impressive legato.

Their remix includes a dance break, which spotlights Seol-chan’s DJ skills, and the music picks back up as Nana belts out the chorus.

They finish their performance in a line, fingers pointed upwards to the sky.


COMMENTS

SO AWESOME. Surely the wait was worth it to watch the band finally perform onstage, even if it was just for the chance to perform elsewhere. We’ve seen what each individual member can do in the previous episodes as the show gave us a sample of what each of them can offer. But what we were really waiting for was to see how those talents would join together as one and boy, was it beautiful. I wouldn’t necessarily call it my favorite music number of the bunch so far, but I appreciate what this performance means to them: that an unlikely group of students can band together to find a common passion and give a killer performance. I only hope that this is the first of many to come.

On that same note (hur), I love how the show integrates their musical choices into the narrative. The show’s own renditions of oldies and new-ish Kpop songs alike hold a certain meaning to the story at present or to our characters. That isn’t to say that the show has always utilized music perfectly (did we really need to hear all of MIB’s upcoming single in last week’s episode?), but even in those cases, the lyrics can still hold some relevance to the scene we actually see.

Nana and Sun-woo’s duet is a wonderful example of music integration where Sun-woo’s serenade speaks to Nana’s already broken heart. Though she’s fully aware of Sun-woo’s feelings for Se-yi, the combination of the invitation to sing with her crush, to be momentarily serenaded by him, and the fact that he knows she’s talented… is anyone else swooning yet? Plus, it’s an awesome duet of bottled musical perfection.

So it breaks my heart to hear how she deliberately alienates herself in shame of her family background and allows false rumors about her to spread. Perhaps she feels that it’s easier to bury herself under these misconceptions and to live quietly with a passion virtually unknown by those around her. Thus, I can understand the vulnerability and emotional nakedness she feels when the one person she never wished would ever find out knows what she’s worked so hard to hide.

The broken bromantic relationships are still at the heart of this series for me, and I love how emotions continue to bubble at the surface despite the group coming back together again. It’s a reminder that the boys have a long way to go and we have to continue to wait and bite our nails to see what it takes for these relationships to heal. I love how Kyu-dong took a courageous step in this episode to confront Do-nam in an effort to repair their friendship. Wah, I just don’t want them to fight anymore (even though I love that the glares can easily be misconstrued as lovers squabbles)!

As for the battle itself, I have to admit that All for One’s performance took me by surprise. I didn’t expect for Hyo-rin to stand her own with her own vocal chops, and the orchestra still deserves due credit for their talent even though I don’t want them to win. And though the name “Color Bar” is an apt name for our group of misfits to act as a slap in the face to their enemies, I somehow expected a more kickass name for our band. C’mon Hallyu, wouldn’t something like Monstar be more fierce and badass?

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whoo hoo!

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My fellow K-Drama Addicts,

It has come to my attention that dramacrazy.com is going to be out of commission soon (as per their website).

Problem is: that is my only source of KDrama, JDrama, HKDrama and CDrama episodes -- old and new.

Can anyone please share with me any other websites I can go to watch episodes? epdrama.com face the same fate.

Please help :(

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Hi there! I came back to re-experience the episode (haha) and saw your comment! And I just saw that Dramacrazy is indeed down :(. I didn't use dramacrazy as frequently as some other sites but they seemed to always have every drama that I wanted to watch or look up when I couldnt find it on other sites. Sigh, I think it's a result of drama companies cracking down on the streaming websites. There was a previous set of popular drama websites that went down earlier this year or late last year too.

Anyway, I mostly use viki to watch my dramas. But I'm going to take a guess that maybe there's region restrictions that prevent you from using sites like viki and dramafever (boo). I know a couple of other sites that I sometimes use but I'm not sure if it's a good idea to post all the links here... (yunno, for fear that theyre also taken down).

Let me know if you see this message by replying back again here and I'll be happy to share my list with you!

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Hi MeeIsLee
I would be very much interested to know what other options are available now considering these recent changes in the website streaming of dramas.
Don't they know that the only way Dramas of all genres can become popular is through these streaming sites? I have been watching all these american movies and shows until I discovered Asian dramas... huh...

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Pardon for not expressing my gratitude for your prompt reply yesterday. Thanks much ! :) I will await your info with regards to other websites...

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I think it's the whole copyright issue.

But yeah, like some other people have mentioned, gooddrama.net is one I use. Also try kshow.tv and http://www.mykpopnote.net/

There were 3 other sites that I use to visit but they seem to be down or no longer posting video links :(. Hope those ^^^ help though!

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It appears that they moved there stuff to

http://www.gooddrama.net/

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Thank you again MeeIsLee... and everyone here
and yes I do agree gooddrama.net works great in my area... reminds me of dramacrazy...
cheers! here's to more drama-watching in the days to come :)
and more importantly cheers to all fellow K-Drama addicts who are all so kind, prompt and generous with their time and information with regards to other websites to check... hats off to you all!!! lastly, to dramabeans for giving us the space...

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epdrama.com, there's a lot now these days...

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Heyyy! If you are still having this problem, you should watch it on Viki or Dramafever! They both have an app for apple products too. Although I suggest getting Viki more. Good Luck~

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You can also try watching Korean dramas on Hulu.com
Unfortunately ad block doesn't work on this site.

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Hi, you probably got your fix already... but just in case...
I find that Dramafever is the best, but sometimes Viki will have the eng subs up sooner. Though you can get some korean dramas on Hulu and Netflix, their drama selections are limited. Worse, even with the paid subscription, Hulu has ad interference, which is very annoying. They get their dramas from Dramafever, so you might as well go straight to the source. Dramafever and Viki both have apple and samsung apps. Viki has an app for a smart tv (at least Samsung) However, the absolute best picture I've found is Dramafever through a Roku3 (HD) on an HD TV. The broadcasted shows appear so fuzzy after watching dramas via HD roku. Hope some of this helps!

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gooddrama.com ! thats where i watch my drama if dramacrazy isnt working for me. its also similar to dramacrazy as it also has another player if one of the videos isnt working...if you get what i mean... O.o

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ohh i meant gooddrama.net xD

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tks so much khiin! :)

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finally!!

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Thanks!

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many many thanks 4 the recaps!

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thanks a million for the recaps! been biting my nails for the last 4 days awaiting the raw vids from doramax and your amazing recaps would at least pacify me till they post one....

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My love for this drama is endless! There's just nothing I don't like. The Human love duet was beautiful. But I believe my favorite part was the beginning with Seol Chan's little jealous tantrum. When he shows up in front of Se-Yi and can't say anything. Priceless. Then when he tells his manager to punch him. God, I almost died laughing. I love this show sad that there's only a few episodes to go

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I know right? Oh man, too funny. Be careful what you ask for Seol Chan :)

Follow up awesome moment: He keeps hugging Nana and gets punched for it. I knew the moment he heard her sing he'd hug her...and fully expected him to get hit for it, ha!

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I love how he just wears ALL his emotions on his sleeve - he doesn't even know what they are, half the time, but we always do. He's a hot-headed, affectionate, lonely boy and I LUFF him. I luff them ALL.

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I LUFF him toooo! :). Am loving the drama and this episode was just AWESOME. I hope it maintains this good all the way and then I can have it to marathon :)

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Yes, I also can't believe how much I love this drama. I'm not really into high school dramas, but this one is outstanding. All the kids are so talented and are either really playing all the instruments or are good enough to fake it really well -- bad fake playing is the worst in music scenes. Although, I laugh out loud every time they show Jaerok getting ready to play his cymbals, it's such a random choice of instrument to play with an orchestra, haha.

On another note, just wanted to mention -- I know all y'all at DB are short on time, so I greatly appreciate the recaps, which are always so well-written (I'm a grammar nazi, but have yet to find an error on DB) and are at times more entertaining than the actual drama. If JB wants to put up a donate through paypal button up, I'd be more than happy to donate some cash, just as a sign of gratitude for the work you do.

:-)

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I wonder about the cymbals too. I don't play an instrument, so I know very little about orchestra settings ( I was in choir all my life). To me the cymbal seems like the least played instrument in a group. So it cracks me up that he is so proud if being in this group, yet he really does not contribute much to it.

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Viva Kim Na Naaa

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Oh my word. Thank you for that..."You sure talk big, Cymbals Boy" Seriously, sometimes I think he has more pride than the rest of the orchestra combined.

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i just find his character so silly because his head is so much bigger than the others and he always talks the talk but when it comes down to performing all i see him do is slap cymbals together every minute or so in the song.

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but he does have to know the exact moment when to do that, doesn't he? without falling asleep during the piece... But I can't stand this dude not one bit.

On another note, I did not like One for All's performance at all. It was kind of tacky. I've seen better performances than that. Might be because I really hated the song choice.. and the choir in the end was just too much. I cringed my way through this scene.

But I just about loved all the other moments in this episode! :)

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The camera work was terrible for that scene where Na Na throws the CD over the gate. If you actually pause and take a close look (it's *really* hard to read), the album is specifically BoA's Atlantis Princess, AKA the song Se Yi's theme song in Sun Woo's head.

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Thanks for the info. I was wondering which CD it was and what was the significance. Though, I was thinking that it would be a song with a message. Something that says, turn around look at me... see me for who I really am... I love you from afar but you're too good for me...
SOMETHING from Nana.

I don't like/get the Atlantis Princess... why give him a song to remind him of SeYi?

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Daebak!! How can this show keep getting better and better?? Nana's voice was just amazing! I wish Kyu-Dong will become more confident and showcase his talent soon.. Maybe in the actual performance? And Se-Yi likes Seol Chan!!! FINALLY!!

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I absolutely loved the duet between Nana and Sun-woo as well as the Color Bar performance. I can't tell you how much I hit the replay button for those two songs.

I'm not the biggest fan of Sun-woo as OTP material, but man, when he sang his last two songs...it's like he was serenading me.

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the song I can't get out of my head - it's really just the line - from when Sun Woo sang to Se Yi:

*nan saranghagesseo * something like that

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this episode was delivered very very very well, could not have been better than this. my heart is still racing figuring what next episode is about. perhaps in the future performance, they will use 'monstar' they might find the word later ;)

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Ohmygosh. I just thought of something.
What if Seol-chan and Se-yi team up as a unit group (sub group?) of Color Bar...and name themselves Monstar?

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been wondering this for a while.....what could be the meaning of 'monstar'??...

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"Star" for Seol-chan, "Mon" for Se-yi which I don't know what it could mean. hehehe!

I am dying to see when they will use Monstar.

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I think it's a play on the words monster and star, which is a dig at idols getting too big for their britches.

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Re: the use of monstar, I found it funny that the background music that was playing while Color Bar was practising was a guy spelling that word in a cool remix sound.

m.... o..... n..... s...... t..... a....... r..........

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Great episode. I'm so happy that Nana was able to showcase her talents to her friends and the school. Especially to those All for One kids.

I like where this is going. Se-yi is slowly realizing her feelings for Seol-chan, which means, maybe, that Sun-woo will start to show more interest in Nana, once he realizes Se-yi doesn't return his feelings. I feel bad for him, because he's just so awesome, but I'm officially on Team Seol-chan after seeing that he framed Se-yi's note. Gah! Must you be so cute?

I'm happy that Kyu-dong stood up for himself today. I hope he and Do-nam can mend their broken friendship. I hope Seol-chan and Sun-woo can mend theirs as well.

Thanks for the recap, Gummimochi!

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cymbals boy! bwahahahahah i have zero musical ability but i do find it funny that the cymbals boy is the most arrogant. or at least the guy who does too much of the talking.

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haha, i said something similar to your post above before reading yours. totally agree

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and i also just saw pollyrose's comment :)

the moment i got to gummi's cymbals boy line i had to scroll down and comment. i sort of get how class prez and snotty lil sis became big-headed with their talents but cymbals boy??

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the snotty lil sis' voice reminds me of the annoying woman who's chasing LMH's character in Personal Preference...you know, the one who has that nasal voice? I had to literally mute the scenes that she was in b/c her voice really, really grated on my nerves. The same effect here, her voice is ULTRA maddening.

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The Chinese have a saying and I don't remember it exactly but essentially it's that the emptiest barrels make the most noise. So jae rok is being the emptiest barrel there

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what songs that he sings at the start of 7th epiisode? i love the songs, but can anyone told me the original singer and the title please?

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"I Will Love You" originally sung by Zoo if I'm not mistaken.

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It's "I choose to love you" by Hyorin (SISTAR), but I'm not sure if Hyorin was the first one singing it or she covered it from other singer :)

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i haven't heard Zoo's version, but i'm loving hyorin's version. it's my jam from time to time. her husky voice is gooooooodd...

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Definitely a cover.

Original by Dongmulwon (translation = Zoo).

The original sounds country and western-like.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sR0Ka3Y7-JE

I originally heard it in Delightful Girl Choon-Hyang where Choon-Hyang and Mong-Ryong's school friends sing it for them. I prefer that arrangement or the Monstar arrangement because of the simplicity. Hyorin does the best rendition, but Kang Ha Neul's version is probably best overall including arrangement.

Delightful Girl CH version:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zhdZQuOOsN4

Hyorin version:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dupw_3XhzNU

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I still watch their performance at the end of this episode everyday. Yeah, best episode so far, love Seol Chan and Nana
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The epic Math formula rap - it was brilliant. Writer - you are my idol!

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That was great, especially the animated variables and numbers coming out of his mouth and circling Se-yi.

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It was cute, even though I didn't get the rhythm since I don't speak Korean. I'm just glad my math teachers weren't musically inclined. Rapping calculus? No thanks! And I don't know the quadratic equation song gummi is talking about, but it scares me. We just had to recite it over and over.... negative b plus or minus the square root of.... *has math nightmares*

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I knew about the Quadratic formula song but refused to learn it cuz i didn't think it sounded ... musical.

I laughed out loud and then squealed when the teacher started rapping and I recognised the formulae from Arithmetic Progression and Geometric Progression. Oh, how I wish I had teachers who employed such interesting teaching methods when I was in school.

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Na Na, such a lonely, forlorn girl. Who'd have thought she was such a sad dreamer? Seeing her cut herself while sewing alone in that studio was such an empty feeling. And then having her crush come in and see her crying after finding all the skeletons in her family closet? Where's a handy bomb shelter when she needs one?

That duet was so amazing! They better have a studio version of that lined up for an OST release. And that boy needs to get over his childhood and start looking in the present, stat. Only five more episodes left, you can't keep Na Na crying till the end!

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Oh man, now I have to go back and watch it again...

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Yes pls let Nana have a happy ending.

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Nana was great and loved her getting the spotlight. I was waiting and hoping to see her talents showcased to the group and BAM it was present marvelously. I can't wait for the next episode. Thanks for the recap.

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Yes!! It's my favourite episode too. So many wonderful scenes. The sing-off was of course sheer awe! The math rap was hilarious (Seol- Chan's dance + Se Yi's baffled expression) and sweet (the duo's practice). Seol Chan's dam of emotions finally broke with that weep-fest at the car and when he would not let go of Se Yi's hand, as if he wants to, but for the life of him, just-can't-let-go! (awww, you are making me wanting to jump to your ship!). But no, my absolute most favourite of this episode or probably the whole show so far, is the Sun Woo-Nana duet! That, right there! It made me fall deeper in love with Sun Woo (Kang Ha Neul <3). And pardon me, Se Yi, but since your ship with Seol Chan is ready to sail, I think I have found another OTP to ship to kingdom come. Sun Woo/Nana... you better end up together or else....

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I just found the math rap to be so hilarious. And the fact that yong jun-hyung is a rapper in his group but once the teacher busted out with the math rap even he was befuddled. Yeah. Math does that to some people. So funny how he tried to play it off and go along with it by dancing, and se-yi's spaced out expression. lmaao girl was like dafuq. I do think that the look on her face when seol chan was teaching her the math rap was so cute, so priceless! The gal is obviously falling for him.
I think yong junhyung is doing a stellar job portraying seol chan. Hits the right notes. The outburst in the car showing his frustrations, the arm holding dont-wanna-let-go was so heartbreaking. This OTP needs to happen!

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Totally agree! Great episode. Lots of goosebumps moments. Esp with seol chan ( that can't let go the hand for the life of me scene) and nana ( singing ). And golly I LOVE sun woo's voice too. ARRRGH. Tis show has got me waiting for Friday!

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I'm in love with Kim Nana!!!!!!!

Seriously, BEST EPISODE!!!!

I watched this episode Saturday morning and since I've been relistening and rewatching clips from the show. Why must they torture me so :(.

I've found some new love for the kpop girl group GLAM (Dahee/Kim Nana is in it) and BTOB (4 of the members of Men in Black are from this group) and of course, B2ST. The kpop love goes round and round!

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Once again Nana steals the show with her heartfelt singing(and awesome duet with sun woo; i just think their voices blend SO well together), her mysterious past and her surprising hobbies. Fashion? Daughter of a gangster. Cool-looking room. Who wouldaa thought. I mean, the daughter of gangster part wasn't too surprising.
I'm shipping nana and sun woo hardcore.
Also, se-yi and seol-chan seriously just need to admit their feelings. Se-yi's showing signs of liking him and my poor star boy has been jealous for too long! too long!
Next episodes preview got me excited for more OTP goodness to come. Thanks gummi for the recap!

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my ships:
Kyu-dong / Se-yi
Nana / Sun-woo
Sun-woo / Se-yi
Seol-chan / Sun- woo
Sun-woo / myself
Seol-chan / Se-yi

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LMAO! I love all of your ships! XD

Lets not forget Kyu-Dong/Do-Nam. They need to fix their bromance.

ANd I'd like to add Seol-Chan/Myself! I luff him, he's so adorable. :3

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KIM NA NA is awesome!

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Isn't it the truth, about cymbals boy. When HyoRin sings and her brother joins her on the piano, we notice cymbals boy lean up against the piano, his contribution being a smirk and helping to hold up the piano.

Thanks again for the recap -- I have been waiting patiently for this. I love love loved this episode. I've been waiting and waiting for the cute albeit pretending to be tough Nana to show what she has, and boy she has a lot to offer. I'm wondering what the boys the the school are looking at when they see her -- she's very attractive, but what do I know.

Anyway, while this WAS a competition, truly only one of them wanted to win, and that being Seol Chan. The others just didn't want to be embarrassed or shown as lacking talent or ability. I like that Eun Ha just wanted to get it over with, to perform and prove that they could at least hold their own against All for One. Whether they win or not -- and since sweaty vice principal is doing the judging, the odds are stacked against them -- is not important to me. They succeeded in their assignment, if you don't pick them, that's your loss, not theirs. They proved that they weren't losers but real people with real talent. I hope they continue to play together -- I love all of the songs they sing. I have to admit the first song HyoRin sang was beautiful. I'm not sure it was her voice but it was wonderful. Sun Woo's version of Zoo's I Choose to Love you was impressive and heartfelt. He seems too talented for this school. But then again they are all really talented.

I hope Seol Chan gets over his anger and communication issues. Whether someone likes you or not, or you like them, you need to communicate better, and bullying or non-verbal grunts doesn't always do it. If I was Sun Woo and knew that Nana liked me I'd be very flattered -- but then again Nana is a hottie Idol singer IRL so fat chance. Either way, I can't wait till next week's episode -- I hope they don't have any more hardcore math equations. I found that song frightening -- I know the quadratic equation, these equations I have no clue what they're supposed to solve . . . the unified field theory in physics?

Finally, vice Principal sweaty shirt has his hands full in the judging. On one hand, All For One's performance was glorious. But on the other hand, they needed a whole truckload of musicians as well as an entire chorus at the end. Color Bar's music is really good, current, and their front man(woman) is wearing a hotter outfit that All For One's.

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=[ i don't like the fact that kyudong became the 'mimi sisters' in the last performance.. such a waste... =/

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I know I love his voice

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i HATE wrist grabbing moment
it makes me uncomfortable

i notice from past few ep, SC is being ROUGH on SY
forcing/doing something towards SY against her will

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Same here. It was well acted, and I get that he felt terrible for making her cry again and couldn't figure out how to express it, but physically overpowering her isn't the way to solve that.

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yeah I hate it too

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Welcome to k-dramas girls, there is always at least one wrist grabbing scene! I love my SeolChan and Seyi couple!!!
I agree it was well acted but can they stop doing that?
I guess not...

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AAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHH!!!

So. Good.

You said it girlfriday, best episode ever indeed.

But actually. Whenever Sun-woo opened his mouth to sing I melted into a puddle of fangirl excitement.

Speaking of Sun-woo (aka Mr. Perfect) I will forever now ship him with Nana. It's just that he always knows what to say to her. And he *believes* in her. Awwwwww.

I'm so proud of my girl Nana. Afterall, she carried the song. AND we finally got to hear our Colorbar group perform. And they rocked it!

The *only* part I got a little impatient with was when Se-yi talked with Ajusshi about her confuses feelings. Just admit you like the idol boy.

Anyways, thanks for the recap!

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Was I the only one who was disappointed in the episode? It felt disjointed to me for some reason.

I loved Nana's duet with Sun Woo and the Color Bar performance was pretty awesome.

However, as I stated before this episode felt rather disjointed to me in that the scenes seemed somehow to be separate from each other. Particularly the first couple of scenes.

Also, I'm sorry, but the All-for-One performance was actually pretty pathetic. Maybe it's because I'm a singer who speaks English as a native language, but to me that performance was not very good, particularly when they try to make it a duet. Hyorin, IMO, wasn't very strong, and then when her brother came in, it sounded completely off.

OTOH, the choir they brought in at the end was pretty fantastic, but it just highlights how poor the performance was up until that point.

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I wish they'd chosen a different song. Amazing Grace was just...meh? I was excited after Hyorin's little preview earlier...

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I thought it was a very boring and uninspired rendition of Amazing Grace

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Agreed. Hyorin's Amazing Grace rendition was weak. She didn't have the power or clarity of her earlier performance. I could barely hear her brother singing and didn't understand why it was made a duet when his vocals are weak. The chorus was great singing wise but meh - I've seen choir coming in at the end done too many times. Amazing Grace is one of those songs that you want to keep simple not fussy arrangements. The power is in the meaning of the words. The song was written by a repentant slave trader turned abolishinist.

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It felt a little off for me, too. The editing seemed jumpier than usual, and some of the musical sequences - the math class thing, in particular - went on longer than I would've liked.

The All for One performance was SO BORING, which was actually pretty perfect, I think. It's exactly the kind of song that snooty rich kids like that would pick: famous, in English, and with some classical prestige. But my eyes glazed over, it was so lifeless and dull. Technical ability is all they have to offer, and that performance highlighted it really well.

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OMG. My thoughts exactly. (Although I loved every bit of the math class scene). As I already mentioned above :)

I hate when people take on a song and then don't bother to find out what's the meaning behind the lyrics. It was empty, this performance, that's what it was. Whereas Nana completely knew what she was singing about. Could see it, hear it..

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Show - I love you! Finally, a drama where my attention doesn't waver off into lala land because I'm bored with certain scenes or characters. What's Up earlier this year was a similar watch.

The musical mash-ups and duets are stunning, with this last episode reaching right into my tear ducts - blubbering and smiling is my internal signal that I'm in love with a drama.

One big laugh I had was with the Vice Principle getting boxed in. Did anyone else wonder why, since he was driving a HATCHBACK why he didn't just hit his 'open trunk/rear' lever and just hop out the back?! Silliness abounding..

Thanks for the recap, Gummimochi - these are a joy to read!
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'Principal' not 'principle'! Mea culpa....

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I'm surprised no one has compared the showdown to Sister Act. All for One is the choir that is award-winning and technically perfect, and Color Bar is Sister Mary's chior that is talented abiet rough around the edges.

All for One sang/played Amazing Grace in their uniforms, and it was beautiful, but Amazing Grace isn't Amazing Grace without an organ and some soul in my opinion! Then Color Bar comes on in street clothes, singing, dancing, and rapping Don't Make Me Cry. Yes, definitely Sister Act 2013!

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I was wondering which American show or film that was inspired by, yup Sister Act. That was a boring cover of Amazing Grace, the should have did the song from earlier.

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Love this ep! This was all Kim Nana!
I'm super glad the show threw her into the spotlight and she killed it! I pretty much abused the replay button for the duet and then some. Totally shipping Nana&SeonWoo he's just bloody amazing. Seol Chan your tantrum in the car was adorably earnest, you take sheep girl my boy lol

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This may be heresy but I'm sorta glad that Monstar only has 1 ep. a week. It makes it a little more precious to me, like a rare treat that's to be savored. And what a treat this ep. was! I'm right there with you, Gummi, (happily) drowning in an ocean of feels. I really appreciate how this show includes small but meaningful details like SC's getting SY's note framed, and the reversal scene of SW on the windowsill, admiring Na Na.

Even though All for One kinda cheated with the inclusion of the chorus that we'd never seen before, and even though Kyu Dong's squeak-singing wasn't believable (he's way better than that), the showdown was epic, indeed! However, I liked All for One's "If I Leave" number even better than their "Amazing Grace" one. And of course, Color Bar's reveal was thrilling.

From what I'd read about this drama before it started, I was expected it to be mostly a vehicle for Mnet to promote k-pop (like the MIB numbers)-- I'm so delighted by the range of music they've included (I certainly was not expecting Lee Sora and Sumi Jo songs). And the way that much of the music has been woven in to serve a narrative purpose has also been a pleasant surprise.

Thanks, gummi... I look forward to squeeing with you and other Beanies again next week!

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Is it possible for you to give us the download link for Human, Love by Kang Ha Neul and Dahee? It's my favorite song so far, but I haven't been able to download it :(

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It's been added! :)

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Thank you so much :)! Love you gummimochi! <3 <3 <3

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Woohoo, finally we get Nana's story. Have been waiting for that.

And her voice is amazing!

Was shipping Sun-woo and Se-yi (tho I knew it'd never happen) previously, but after this ep, totally wouldn't mind Sun-woo and Nana. ^^

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But doesn't it seem like Nana's father was implying that she may have been hurt by Sun-woo? I couldn't tell if that's how it went, or if he was just warning Sun woo that Nana was wounded and to not go there just now...

Nana you rock! I wish you could have good HS years, and not be so burdened with adult life ~

I like the snippets of truth of HS life, how hard it can be, how cruel it can be, and yet somehow trust can be built.

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I dun understand Korean and have to rely on subbed versions.

Seems her dad was referring to Nana's angst over an unrequited love/crush and possibly suspects it's Sun-woo.

I want more Nana-SunWoo duets. (:

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Daddy can hint or imply all he likes but Sun Woo doesn't even know Nana has heart for him for she has barely say a word or string a sentence to anyone or SW till this episode.

Nana's heartbreak is understandable & very real for a teen who has inferior issues but daddy, please give Sun Woo a break..

It's communication awkwardness, seems to be the theme for this show.

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BEST BEST best episode far ...so entertaining its as if every one's time to bloom and show its beauty. Loved the last part kim nana was awesome wow very nice music and high pitch , loved the ram ram beats of maths formula's wish my teacher did that :) and mostly loved the duet human love song superb. Thanks for introducing these new songs for us ...

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found this BTS of the Color Bar number:
http://youtu.be/iuTukEDF5uc

its all about nana and sunwoo for me... i'm not as invested with the leads at this point. i find the n+sw ship much more exciting to watch and anticipate.

overall, great episode... drama, how are you going to top this one???

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For me, it's always been about Sun-woo. Period. Heh.

I wanted Se-yi for him because he's so sweet to her. But now that I've seen the chemistry between him and Nana (and it's apparent OTP is SY-SC), I want more screentime of them together.

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I sigh, I swoon, I squee... I... Fall madly in love with this fine young man who had catch my attention from ep 1 when he greeted SY in school front yard.

2 serenades in 1 episode.. ♥ ♥ ♥ Noona is soo ecstatic.. over the moon. Wahhh, can't imagine how KHN will affect us when this man-boy transform into a real man in 5 years time or after military? Duh.. ♥◡♥

Other fave moment in ep 7 is when SW takes SY hand and walk away leaving SC in horror trailing behind them demanding SW to release his desk-mate's hand right away.. ^^

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Thanks for the recap.....

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Yippie! Thanks!!!

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Just LOVED this episode - and the shrewd and witty recaps, many thanks!

It feels now as if we have all the elements / clues out in the open now - hidden talents, OTP and bromance development, the present mirroring the past, family mysteries. But I keep wondering about Eun Ha - she seems kinda undercooked compared to everyone else. While it's nice to see a fan able to participate on an even keel with her idol and both of them developing a real relationship not the one promoted by the agencies, a riff on the relationships theme - I do think this writer might not rest on making Eun Ha a mere plot device and I wonder whether she might be a songwriter? What do you think? They'll be re-named Monstar and win big at the end with original material?

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****** possible spoiler **********

Just saw a vid on another forum of the actress who plays Eunha. . . playing the lead in the musical Hairspray.

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OMG that totally makes sense... Eun Ha has to have a talent and she writes fan fics so that would tie in perfectly. It did bother me that everyone could do something except for her... hopefully thats not an oversite. I hope they do change the name to Monstar too! ColorBar is kinda lame... I say that with nothing but love for them :)

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Nana is my favorite character by far. She's been protecting herself by creating a wall around herself and of course the rumors make sure that no one bothers her. She must be so lonely.
I loved Sun Woo's speech to Nana, that he doesn't see her like she believes he does. It just broke my heart to think that Nana thinks like she does.
And I have to admit as a couple Sun Woo and Nana are far more interesting then Se Yi and Seol Chan.
Now I'm guessing though Sun Woo will continue to brake Nana's heart into even smaller pieces because he isn't getting over Se Yi.
But Sun Woo when he sang, even I was imagining him to be singing to me ha!

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Thanks for the recap!

This episode is awesome in so many ways. Sun-woo is a bad boy! I'm not supposed to root for second leads anymore because it just breaks my heart. I am making yet another exemption. Awww for that framed note.

I really thought that they will name the band Monstar. Kim Na-na ROCKS!

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I shipped Sunwoo and Nana since ages ago and oh God, their duet was just mind blowing.
The premise of next week sounds awesome so I can't wait!

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This episode sealed Monstar as the BEST musical drama EVAR in my eyes.

Points I liked:

*EVERYTHING THAT HAS TO DO WITH KIM DAHEE/NANA – This was HER episode to shine, and I have no complaints about this. Even the abrupt way through which Sunwoo can convince her to do things doesn’t bother me that much! She's come a LOOOONG way from "the girl who voices SeeU", and I'm ecstatic that more and more people are witnesses to her talent. Oh, and she gave Seolchan a well-deserved punch across the jaw, which earns her bonus points in my eyes.
*Ju-Donam!! We finally see his famed fighting background come to light.
*All 4 One basically admitting they’re all wretches.
*Seolchan giving into his emotions, and in the process learning to be less of a dick. I was never a fan of SC x SY for many reasons (Having been a SW x SY supporter before learning of Nana’s feelings), including their dysfunctional dynamic resulting from his arrogance, but now he’s softening up. As he grows, I may grow to like his character, if not the couple. (Damn, I’m just gonna hate next episode, aren’t I?)

Points I disliked:

*Radio basically getting shoved aside. Five more episodes to fix that! Now that Nana’s given her moment, let’s give an episode to focus on him! (Hopefully the next.) Just WTH was his role in the Colorbar performance, anyway? Glorified dancer? Backup vox?
*Nana’s Dea Ex Machina (Consuturae). Yes, it was tension-building to have her absent, but what of her inner struggles to stay vs. go?

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Wow, whoever said that All for One's version of Amazing Grace wasn't that good was right. I just re-watched it -- Joon Hee's voice isn't strong enough to duet and actually muddies HyoRin's. His piano is fine, but interestingly -- you have to cut out a lot of the instrumentals when she sings -- leaving only the piano and cello. Cymbal guy uses them only once and that once is pretty much not needed.

Anyway, it's tricky sometimes to pick a great song when you have an overabundance of instrumentalists and only a soloist. I was thinking Leonard Cohen's Hallelujah would have been better but even that song works best IMO with less accompaniment -- like just two guitars.

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Officially shipping Nana and Sun-woo too. Though I loved their duet, my favorite is Colorbar's performance. I actually stood up and gave them a standing ovation because I was so impressed! The last performance that gave me goosebumps was Do-nam's beatboxing. Awesome! Anyway, I've downloaded the video cut and also converted it to mp3 and I've been playing it nonstop since Saturday. So far 40+ plays in total. I even downloaded Younha's cover of the song.

I thought this episode would be a little bit angsty like the last one, but I should've known that Seol-chan would do and say something that will make me laugh.

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Thanks.i already found myself fangirling over mr perfect.the ep being all about was kind of worth it.love this writer bringing Nana charector 7 ep long & shining some light on her personality keeping her crush while hiding behind rumers was an amazing job .but doesn't mean the cast have any excuse for keeping kyodang bromance in sidelines still i found myself toward S_N moments rather than main lead .i prefer they give more credit & chemistry to seolchan.eventhough found it funny in everymoment of his jealosy& giggled alot would be feeling better if our maincouples expression changes alittle, one being blank other jealous all the time.but the cast has such suprizingly talented artist that u becme distracted from slow pace of drama whit 5 more to go .still wish it find itself go to those goodplaces with help from one f the best idol cast.;-)

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Sigh why'd they have to make Seyi the usual airheaded heroine when it comes to love. What a cliche move man!!!

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muahahaha.. all for one kids expression was priceless.. esp hyorin..

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