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You From Another Star: Episode 16

This episode is chock full of adorable, which is on one hand hugely entertaining, but on the other hand also unsettling because giving a couple happy moments with so many episodes left to go means that pain can’t be far behind. Time is ticking in earnest now, and has a way of putting a damper on the sweetness of the here and now—because how can you fully enjoy something when you know it won’t, can’t last?

SONG OF THE DAY

Sung Shi-kyung – “너의 모든 순간” (All of your moments) from the drama’s OST.
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RECAP: SIXTEENTH RECORD

THE KISS. Oh man, that flying alien kiss.

It’s Song-yi who breaks the embrace, pushing Min-joon back with disdain, thinking he’s playing with her feelings yet again. “There’s really nothing you wouldn’t do,” she says with narrowed eyes before turning to leave.

Min-joon bolts after her to stop her, and she asks, “Why, do you like me?” It looks like he’s struggling to find a way to respond but he doesn’t say anything, and she interprets that as a denial.

Song-yi turns her back, then stops to ask one last question: “Is that how they act on your planet?” On this planet, men kiss women when they like them, and his behavior is unacceptable. She gets no response, and upon turning around she finds Min-joon collapsed on the ground, clutching his heart. Oh no, is his saliva tolerance getting worse or something?

Cut to: Song-yi struggling to pull Min-joon along, swearing and grunting as she gets him to the car. He’s barely conscious by the time she takes the driver’s wheel, and slumps over to rest against the crook of her neck.

Song-yi weaves dangerously through traffic, honking obnoxiously and yelling at all the cars in her way to mooooove. I love her. She’s so concerned about his welfare—he’s broken out into a sweat by this point and looks halfway dead—that she nearly rear-ends a car because she’s looking so intently at Min-joon.

They make it home, where she manages to drop him in the foyer before getting him into bed. She’s connected the dots by now and demands an explanation for why he keeps collapsing after kissing her. She prods him for an answer, musing that it must be a skinship-related condition. By now she’s fully accepted the idea of him being an alien and says, “I have to know what we can and can’t do.” She asks haltingly, “So, does that mean you can’t do anything above kissing? After that… is that all impossible?”

Tired of the chatter, Min-joon pulls Song-yi down and nestles her against his chest. “I can do this,” he says. She looks pleased, but tests him by saying that he can let go now that he’s established that rule, only to have him hold on tighter. After a thoroughly unconvincing non-attempt to get him to let go, she snuggles closer.

Then she settles back and decides she’d like to talk it out to make sure they’re on the same page. So she recounts their relationship progression, beginning with her confession and his rejection, wanting to know how he feels now.

We can see that he’s fallen asleep by now, but Song-yi continues her monologue, saying that the worst kind of love triangle is the kind involving a woman of the past. She asks, “So was your kiss for me, or was it for the woman who looks like me?”

She prods for an answer several times, and just when it seems time for her to realize she’s not going to get one, Min-joon says, “It was for Chun Song-yi.” Loving this too much to let it go at that, Song-yi feigns innocence and asks him to repeat himself several times, wanting to hear him confirm it over and over again. Then they snuggle up again and fall asleep.

In the morning, Yoon-jae looks around the empty house for noona, wondering where she went. Song-yi takes his call as she’s creeping out of Min-joon’s room, saying that she’s just arriving at the building after spending all night in film shoots… just as she turns around and finds Little Bro glaring at her. She hastily offers an “It’s not what it looks like” excuse. Yoon-jae bellows like an overprotective father, “Follow me!”

He sits her down at home to berate her. She mumbles defensively that he’s got it all wrong and that Min-joon was sick and in no condition to do any of the lurid things Yoon-jae’s imagining. He scoffs, saying that all men are the same, sick or not, and that once darkness falls and they’ve got a roof over their heads, there’s only one thing they’re thinking about.

Song-yi’s denial cracks me up, because she tells Yoon-jae that Min-joon was too sick for any of that, sounding awfully put out that sexytimes weren’t even a possibility. “We couldn’t do anything, I said! Anything!

Jae-kyung knows that Hwi-kyung saw Killer Secretary amongst the stunt coordinators. I daresay he’s already thinking up ways to silence his brother, but to his chagrin he finds that Hwi-kyung has woken up from his accident. Their parents are beside themselves with relief, and Jae-kyung tries not to let his disappointment show. Oh, brotherly love.

Thankfully for Hwi-kyung’s sake, he seems to be aware of the danger to himself and plays it safe by feigning a lapsed memory—he can’t remember anything other than going to see Song-yi.

The investigators rewatch footage of their interrogation of Jae-kyung, and now we get to jump back and see that conversation. (This drama often plays with chronology in fun ways, but it also overdoes the jumping around for unnecessary moments too, I’ve noticed. Not everything has to be told in flashback!)

Jae-kyung clarifies that while he never considered Yura to be his girlfriend, she may have misinterpreted the relationship based on some dinners out and work-related meetings. The investigators mention that Yura met his ex-wife, and Jae-kyung feigns ignorance as he asks if that means Yura flew to England to speak to her. He’s a good enough actor that the investigators aren’t sure whether to read his surprise as genuine, though they do decide to keep on the search to track down the ex.

Unfortunately, Seok gets bad news: He’s being taken off the case. We aren’t told whether his boss is acting under pressure from Jae-kyung or if he actually just believes that Seok is wasting his time with an investigation that should be closed, but in any case the boss states that this is a simple suicide. Seok is to wrap up the proceedings immediately.

I’m curious to know what Chairman Dad knows, because he appears to have his own suspicions about Jae-kyung’s involvement but is eager to gloss over any hint of unpleasantness. Are you trying to tell yourself your son isn’t a murderer, or do you not care that he’s a murderer as long as he can run the company? Dad adds that after his first son’s abrupt death, all his hopes now rest on Jae-kyung to handle the company.

Yoon-jae heads next door for a man-to-man talk with Min-joon, pushing his way inside and making himself at home as he demands whether Min-joon likes his noona. Min-joon chuckles to himself, probably because Yoon-jae is an adorable mix of glowering protectiveness and little-kid innocence. And Yoon-jae occasionally forgets his mission and lets himself get distracted, such as when Min-joon asks if he’d like some chocolate milk and Yoon-jae automatically blurts, “Do you have any?” before recalling himself.

Yoon-jae sucks down some chocolate milk as he continues talking, explaining that he’s dealt with guys chasing his sister around for his whole life, but Min-joon is the first one she’s liked on her own. Then he gets distracted again and stops mid-sentence to drool over Min-joon’s fancy telescope. All his animosity drops away and he gasps, “Daebak” and calls Min-joon hyung and asks to take a sel-ca with his telescope. Adorable.

Min-joon cements his hero status by offering Yoon-jae some photos he took in Chile, from a vantage point in the Atacama Desert that Yoon-jae is dying to travel to himself someday. By the time he’s ready to leave the apartment, Yoon-jae is pretty much smitten with his hyung and asks him to treat Song-yi well, and finishes with one last favor: “Can I come by to play again?”

Song-yi visits Hwi-kyung in the hospital, wearing a long face and feeling overwhelmed with guilt and relief. She hugs him and says that she wouldn’t have been able to live with herself if something had happened to him, feeling bad not only for being the cause of his injury but also because she’s never done anything for him. Hwi-kyung tells her, “You let me love you.”

But that doesn’t make her feel any better, and she cries as she apologizes to him. She’s making him unhappy, she realizes, and confesses that she cares for Min-joon. Hwi-kyung takes this well, holding back his hurt and telling her not to be so dire and cutting her off before she has the chance to say they shouldn’t be friends anymore. “Chance!” he exclaims.

That spins us into a flashback to their teenage years, when Hwi-kyung had gotten beaten up after defending Song-yi from harassers. She’d hovered in concern, fussing over his bloody nose, but Hwi-kyung had told her to let him use this as a “chance” in the future—a favor to be redeemed later.

So now he claims that favor, having steadfastly resisted asking for it over the years. What he wants is for her to not say those words she meant to say—he acknowledges that loving her while she can’t love him back makes him a little unhappy, being without her entirely would make him unhappy in earnest.

Jae-kyung visits later that evening and casually brings up the topic of Song-yi, wanting to know how much Hwi-kyung knows. Hwi-kyung does an excellent job in allaying hyung’s suspicions, pretending to know nothing. Then he makes a show of holding his aching head and saying that trying to think of those memories makes him dizzy. Jae-kyung urges him not to overdo it, mollified for now.

When Song-yi comes home, Yoon-jae has had a complete change in attitude and tells her that their neighbor hyung is a pretty decent guy, having been won over by his love of star-gazing. Song-yi sighs that Min-joon doesn’t love the stars so much as he came from them, and when she asks her brother if he thinks aliens could exist, Yoon-jae says absolutely. Why, he’d have no trouble believing one lived right next door, and Song-yi marvels, “He’s a genius.” Heh.

Song-yi heads out to the balcony and very quietly calls out Min-joon’s name, curious to see if he’ll respond. Mere seconds later he heads out to his balcony and asks what she wants, and she marvels at this proof of his super-hearing. Upon realizing that she was just messing around, Min-joon grumpily heads back inside, leaving Song-yi calling after him about missing him.

She gets no response, so she mutters under her breath at his thoughtlessness, only to find him standing right behind her. Min-joon takes issue with her name-calling and pinches her cheeks, ha.

Song-yi asks about Min-joon’s father, and Min-joon explains that Lawyer Jang is a father-like figure, but not actually a relation. She realizes that he’s spent all those centuries on earth on his own, commiserating with his loneliness. Then she shares her happy news, informing Min-joon that she reunited with her father after her accident. Just knowing that he’s here has lifted a burden from her shoulders, and Min-joon is pleased to hear it.

Song-yi surprises him by placing her hand on his and telling him, “You have me now. I’ll stay at your side now for a long, long time.”

But then a horrifying thought strikes her and she gasps to herself. “But… is your face going to stay like this?” He explains that aging and the passage of time are different on his planet, and Song-yi exclaims that she’s going to get old and gray and wrinkly. He tells her she’d still be beautiful, but she cuts him off: “This is why in vampire movies, the girl always gets bitten and turns into a vampire too! If the man stays young and handsome but the girl gets old, even if they stay together that’s not a happy ending!” HAHA.

The terrible thing is that it is a valid concern, but seen through Song-yi’s eyes it takes on a hilarious filter. She heads inside to slap a mask on her face, whining that it might not be good enough. She dives into her fitness routine with renewed vigor, crying out, “No! It can’t be! What’ll I do?”

Min-joon shares the story with Lawyer Jang, who muses that Song-yi’s worries about aging are understandable. Just as he starts to mention Min-joon’s impending departure, however, Min-joon shushes him and points to his briefcase—he has just noticed the bug planted there. He writes a note telling him to talk normally, then changes the topic to his meeting with Jae-kyung.

Lawyer Jang swallows his gasp of outrage when Min-joon says he’ll probably accept the deal to protect Song-yi’s life, then writes a note of his own: “Really?” He relaxes when Min-joon shakes his head no, then continues playing along for the bugger’s benefit.

Song-yi’s mother tells the family that Min-joon handled the contract termination, including paying the breach penalty. Yoon-jae declares Min-joonie hyung to be awesome and gives his wholehearted support for noona dating him.

Hwi-kyung is released from the hospital and heads out with his brother, and thus runs into Jae-kyung’s new assistant. He clearly recalls Killer Secretary’s face and knows this is a replacement, but he acts as though he recognizes New Secretary from the office. New Secretary corrects him and Hwi-kyung sighs that he keeps making silly mistakes because he’s not remembering faces correctly.

Jae-kyung takes note, and Hwi-kyung keeps up the trusting facade for the whole time they’re together. As soon as he’s alone, though, he embarks on his own investigation, starting with questioning the stunt crew about who set up the rig. The stuntman apologizes for the accident, feeling responsible for Song-yi’s fall after discovering the bolt that had been loosened, and recalls that there were a few part-time hires brought in that day to work on the set.

Min-joon drops by to pick Song-yi up for work, and Yoon-jae yells at noona to come out. Min-joon carefully notes that Yoon-jae is a tad impolite to his sister, and immediately Yoon-jae promises to fix his behavior. Adorable.

Then Song-yi comes out, and you really do just have to see the effect for yourself. She’s done her best to age herself down with pigtails and youthful clothes, looking like a thirty-year-old aiming for twelve and landing on anime cosplayer instead. “Is it very weird?” she asks. “Yeah,” Min-joon grunts.

One clothing change later, Song-yi and Min-joon head to the set. Song-yi has an action scene and a kiss scene planned for the day, and Min-joon immediately insists, “Use a double.” She enjoys his reaction and lets him go on for a bit about how she should try being a creative actress who doesn’t do things like all the other actors of the world. It’s a ridiculous argument, but she then admits she was lying—it’s just action work today.

Min-joon still insists that she use a double, given the doctor’s cautions about overdoing it, and she teases, “Then should I ask to change all the action to kissing?” (He barks at her indignantly, and she giggles.)

Getting serious for a moment, she asks him to keep watching her. She knows there are people eager to rip her apart now that she’s a mere sidekick, but she’s happier now than when she was the leading lady, all because she has him with her, watching her. It may take a while, she says, but she’ll reclaim her standing, she says. And as happens every time she references the far-off future, Min-joon’s face clouds over sadly.

They arrive at the filming location alongside Se-mi’s entourage, and Se-mi is back to her sweeter self. I’m going to hope this is her truer nature now that she’s flirted with the dark side and come back from it, so I take her words at face value when she talks to Song-yi in her usual friendly manner. So when Se-mi brings up an interview request that’s based on the idea of them being besties, Song-yi finds herself roped into participating, somewhat against her will.

The interviewer asks about Song-yi’s recent dating gossip about that chaebol, and Min-joon nods approvingly when she says they’re just friends. (Only to then grimace when she adds that he’s a very dear, very beloved friend.) Song-yi’s career has been full of romance scandals, while Se-mi’s own has been very quiet, so the interviewer asks Song-yi to share a few secrets. Song-yi looks at the camera and says flatly, “Just be pretty.” Ha.

It’s hilarious because Se-mi gives good interview and makes the host’s job easy, while Song-yi is the stubborn mule who doesn’t want to play this game. Like a balloon-popper at the party. So while the host gushes over Se-mi’s answer about finding Song-yi a wonderful source of support in her first leading project, his face falls when Song-yi makes ridiculous faces and rolls her eyes, totally not going along with the scripted narrative.

It’s so pronounced that even Min-joon comments on it afterward, saying that she could answer a little prettier, like Se-mi. Of course, Song-yi snaps that he’s taking Se-mi’s side, so it’s probably a good thing that they get interrupted by the director. She gets a cursory apology when the director realizes that his staffer failed to tell her to go home the last time, but Min-joon picks up their sniggering afterward that Song-yi deserved it. They also conspire to rearrange the shoot order so that Song-yi has to film the first and last scenes of the day, just to make her wait.

Song-yi tumbles down a hill in her first action scene, and the director calls NG for every take. You get the sense he’s just doing it to make her suffer, and Min-joon repeats his suggestion to bring in a double. Song-yi insists on doing it herself, though, and throws herself into shooting, even as the director keeps declaring it not good enough. After multiple scenes, he smugly says that the first take was best after all. Ass.

Thankfully we’ve got Min-joon on our side, because he uses his powers to send the director tumbling down the same hill Song-yi did. His AD gets sent down after him, and Min-joon just shrugs at Song-yi innocently.

Song-yi’s pretty sure she knows Min-joon was behind it, though, and says it’s nice having an alien manager. She’s shivering in the cold and asks if he can light a fire with his hand, and slumps in disappointment when he says no. “Can’t you do something to warm me up?” she asks. So Min-joon slings an arm around her, and she’s satisfied.

It’s snowing as they wait around in the woods for Song-yi’s next scene, which is when a crew member declares an hour delay. Song-yi sighs that she’s bored waiting around, then catches sight of some staffers playing a game of Go-Stop.

Next thing we know, she’s the life of the party as she cleans up. The crew members wonder if she’s a high roller, just as Min-joon freezes time to swap her card. Haha. Has he been doing that with all her plays? Is that why she gives him a knowing wink?

In any case, it makes Song-yi’s night, and she confides to Min-joon that tonight was the most fun she’s ever had while being on standby, and that she could wait all night if she had to. I love the little smiles on his face—he loves making her happy, whether she knows why or not—but that smile fades as she asks what they’ll do for their hundred-day anniversary.

He asks what she wants to do, and she says that she wants to do all the stuff couples do, even though she’d scoffed at it previously. But now she sees the fun in couple tees and rings and the Namsan Tower restaurant and making wishes. For their one-year, she wants to eat ice cream (you know, with rings hidden inside), and for the thousand-day she suggests backpacking in Europe.

Min-joon’s face crumples for the teeniest second, and Song-yi wonders at his lack of response. She asks if she has it all wrong again and he wasn’t meaning to date her, but Min-joon says with tears forming in his eyes, “All the things you want to do, let’s do them right away.” Say, within the next month.

She asks why it has to be this month. Min-joon says in a choked voice, “I… have to leave.”

She asks where he’s going, and he replies, “Where I came from. In a month, I have to return to the place I came from.”

 
EPILOGUE

One hundred days later. It’s the top of the Namsan Tower, where couples fasten locks and make wishes for their future together. There’s one lock with the names Chun Song-yi and Do Min-joon written on it, and Song-yi sits alone at a table in the restaurant at the top, looking expectantly to the door every time somebody walks in, and deflating when it’s not the face she hopes to see.

 
COMMENTS

Oof, that epilogue. Of course they left plenty of room to interpret it in a mundane, not-at-all-heartwrenching way, but that doesn’t keep it from making my heart sink for Song-yi anyway. Maybe Min-joon’s just late! Maybe he never left Earth, or died after trying to stay on Earth, or in any way suffered after his supposed last month came and went. Yup, that’ll be the story I keep telling myself.

With Hwi-kyung figuring out his brother’s villainy (or at least being on the fast track to confirming it for good), the focus shifts more to him and away from the investigators, which I welcome. If we must spend time on the details of our villain’s crime, then at least let that investigation have some character relevance, and shifting the suspicions to Hwi-kyung makes me a lot more invested than I was when it was just the cop and prosecutor doing their jobs.

Plus, with Hwi-kyung taking up the brunt of that storyline, it leaves our main couple to focus on the issue that’s far more relevant to their interests (and ours, of course), which is Min-joon’s impending departure. I do wonder if the show will bother to give us any explanation for the mechanics of his comet-hopping trip back to his home planet, because I’ve always wondered just what the significance of the comet’s approach was. We know because Min-joon says so that it’s his ticket home, but how exactly does that work? This point isn’t crucial to my understanding of the show but it IS something I’d like to know, because right now all I’ve got are visions of Min-joon jumping onto a comet, Little Prince-style, and doing a jump-and-roll off its back as it swings by home.

For all that I loved the progression of the romance for Song-yi’s sake—she who wears her heart on her sleeve and takes chances, pain be damned—I appreciate how the later episodes highlight just how much this love does for Min-joon as well. Seen from his perspective, we understand that he feels pity and guilt for leaving Song-yi behind when she’s so starved for love, but in classic noble hero fashion, his feelings are dominated by a lot of selfless concern and sacrificial love. But it’s only once he owns up to that selfish desire that we see how much he blooms, too, under the influence of being loved, and having an outlet for his own love. Selfishness isn’t always bad, folks! Sometimes it gives a story exactly the kick in the pants it needs.

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Thank you for the wonderful recap. This is the first drama that I searched for a recap to read. i've been reading the recap and went through most comments for several week now and truly enjoy the interaction and the so called group support here...I was wondering what has the Alien guy done to me.

I seriously hope for Do Min Joon to decide to stay on earth after the case of JK is wrapped up. We all don't know what will happen in the future anyway including himself. Nothing might have happened afterall even though his Alien power may be gone or he may suffer the sickness, feeling cold, growing old and die like everyone else on earth as time to come, or he may just die instantly once his time caught up. But all these possibilities have the conclusion for both himself and those that love him (i am certain that there are more than one now, right?). Since Do Min Joon has said it in the previous episode with Lawyer Jang that he sincerely doesn't mind dying on this earth as long as he can be with her like in the happy dream. And since Song Yi has accept all the facts about him by now. The decision should not be so difficult. They can simply lead the mundane and happy life together with understanding of the consequences of uncertainty that may come.

Although the future is important, I think the Now is also important. As it was said earlier... I hope Do min Joon realizes that and make the decision that him and all of us are happy ;)

Thank u all... You have helped me all this while.

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OMG, my heart! Kim Soo-Hyun's crying face breaks my heart every single time. Putting all my faith in this writer to pull an awesome unexpected happy ending, but I'm scared he's almost written himself into a corner here.

Loving the cute episode, though now I'm scared for the next one! DMJ's amused smiles when he talks to SY and YJ were so adorable!

Also, Hwi Kyung is a genius, but I'm so scared for his life right now! Maybe he should team up with the Prosecutor and they can be the most gorgeous team to every hunt down a killer together!

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about Hwi Kyung: I wish I was a real superfox to fly for help should he get in bad trouble. He needs a right hand, I say. doing this alone without someone to look out for danger, it is very... but really he is cut out to be a superagent.

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This show MUST have a happy ending. Really, it's not worth traumatizing us with literal star crossed lovers. I take the twilight route, having DMJ converted to human.

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favorite moment most definitely Yoon-Jae - Min Joon interrogation / bonding. so sweeeeet. now MJ is leaving more and more people behind to miss him. heartbreaking. cmon, Fairy Godmother, where are you? if you manage to turn a pupkin into a carriage (although you must have been very drunk to think of that) then what´s it to you to turn an alien into human? cmon, you wimpy auntie!

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i love this drama soooo much but thank you JB for pointing that one thing that i kinda dont like about it. its full of flashbacks! i mean in some cases it works but not everytime.

i felt bad for hwikyung when songyi was telling him that she cant love him back. i mean the guy is a good guy. i want him to get his happy ending but i want minjoon more for songyi than him.

i also have a feeling that jaekyung is sensing that hwikyung is faking it. i hope not but i dont think hes that dumb not to know hes pretending that he cant remember some stuff that happened. especially when he greeted that new guy who he apparently had mistaken for another guy. i really think jaekyung has his suspicion. im getting scared for hwikyung.

the most adorable episode so far. i watched it on live stream and im non korean so i didnt fully understand what was going on with my minimal knowledge of korean language but i still enjoyed watching it.

that epilogue though. ugh. but i think were getting a happy ending.

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Yeah, I'm scared for Hwi-kyung too, but he's a lot smarter than I thought!

On a side point, when Chairman Dad told Jae-kyung that he thought of him as his only successor, Hyung didn't look that happy ...? What's his problem? He's gonna get the company, guaranteed - isn't that enough for him? What more does he want?

I actually thought that the Chairman was also trying to "protect" Hwi-kyung by directly telling Jae-kyung that the company would be his. He's definitely got his suspicions about how Jae-kyung's older brother died, but he's also in denial.

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Oh wow, I would have so much respect for dad if he intended to protect HK by telling JK that everything would be his.
Maybe he suspected JK killed their hyung out of jealousy, so by giving everything to him, he preserves HK.

I'd love this!

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Well, it seemed weird that the Chairman had to take JK aside and tell him that. I mean, JK's currently the oldest son and next in line to the "throne" and he already runs the company anyhow, so it's kind of bleedin' obvious (to me, anyway). So then why the spiel about "you know you're my hope and successor"?

It's so clear that the Chairman and his wife love HK a lot - how happy they were at the hospital when he woke up, and all those bodyguards outside the door!

If JK killed his hyung cos he was jealous, that would be a "normal" emotion. But that would mean JK had feelings...! :D

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Seriously love both dmj and sy.
Some of the scenes are downright hilarious
I was one of those who felt ksh was outshone by Jjh in the earlier episodes so much so that I felt he was the weaker link and underwhelmed. But he does grow on you and it's more of a understated acting in contrast to Jjh strong presence. For some reason the chemistry is just great (esp considering their age differences)
I am beginning to think it will be a sad ending. I just want it to be beautifully filmed and yes no reincarnations gu family book style. Those suck!

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I think it will be. it has always gone in unexpected directions.

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No way! It will be a happy ending.

Personally, I was getting sick of Song-Yi's over-the-top reactions. They were cute for the first 10 eps or so but...every time? Thank goodness the writers toned her down this episode.

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This is by far my favorite episode! So many couply-moments!!
Faves:
>SY saying like the thug that she is, "What good is having supernatural powers? He passes out every time we kiss?"
>The whole "BED SCENE"
SY shaking DMJ so that she can clear things up with.
The very sweet way SY was unabashedly asking for affirmation by making DMJ repeat her name over and over again.
>The Cheon sibling scenes!
>That instant SY realized how big the opportunity of the "bed scene" and the "sleeping together" she was being cheated on with all the talk from Yoon Jae! hahaha! That was hilarious! Nothing happened! “We couldn’t do anything, I said! Anything!”
>The YJ and DMJ "confrontation"! It turned out so heartwarming seeing our alien connecting more and more to humans!
>The balcony scene, funny and poignant at the same time.
>SY channeling a HS student!
>YJ and DMJ faces reacting to her outfit/getup!
>Jealous and very protective DMJ. Stand-in for kissing scenes! I love that SY was pulling DMJ's leg, she can really do that to the uptight 400year old fogey!
>I love how DMJ knew that Semi was "acting" coy and superficial! And how frustrated he was with SY during the interview. The sighs. Of. Frustration. "Why can't you be like Semi?"
>I hate how very unprofessional and petty the director and assistant director were.
>Love the nonchalant shrug he gave SY when the Director and the AD fell tumbling down the site.
>DMJ's ability to make SY warm! Sweet!! *hug*
>DMJ's smiles during the very rigged Go-Stop game and SY just owned it like the gangster that she is!
I love these two! The best OTP!
The ending scene and the epilogue makes my heart ache for these two.
Happy ending writer-nim please!
The rooftop prince and the gu family book ending sucks by the way!

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I love it when he's crabby too! Like when he muttered how about siblings just love to barge, when he told YJ that of course he'll make himself comfortable since it's his house, when he got annoyed cuz she called his name out for fun, and all his possessive pangs to her kissing scene lies. So so cute. (=

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Hi javabeans thx for the recap. I heard Suzy is visiting as a cameo tomorrow. WOAH we'll see how Song Yi jealousy burn her. FUN!!

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Loved the show and am so happy to have another episode tonight. And subs tomorrow! Yay!

I must say that I nearly spit my dinner at the computer screen when I saw SY come out in the high-school style.

Argh, my cheeks are hurting from smiling too much. And keeping my faith in a happy ending!!

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Incidentally, I think why DMJ was "laughing" at Yoon jae, was how alike the siblings were. Which ties in to his first comment when Yoon Jae burged into his house, his behaviour there and his persistent questioning "Do you like my sister? Do you?", just like SY who was very persistent in asking him, "do you like me?"

I loved Yoon Jae's transformation from hostile sister-protector to DMJ-idolising little brother. keke.

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This was a really strong episode! I laughed throughout this episode and was in tears from the last scene. This show is so strong at balancing the comic and the melo.

I love that we're now delving into the consequences of his departure. His limited time on earth was the subject of focus since episode one, but now we really begin to see the angst it is going to bring to our couple now that they both know time is short. It's a terrible situation for Song-yi as well. After weeks of heartbreak and uncertainty, the man she loves has come to her... only to leave her after one month?:(

I'm interested in the mechanics as well. I wonder if it has something to do with the alignment of the stars (hence the telescopes)? There are so many questions about his home planet that I would like to know!

I loved how Min-Joon had such a variety of expressions in this episode. Usually he's just grumpy or serious, but in this episode he was playful, happy and just so in love. I especially loved his interaction with Yoon-Jae that was the cutest scene!

I have to say, the new track, "All of your moments" is so fitting to our leads. The lyrics sent chills down my spine!

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Reading this recap with Sung Shi Kyung' s voice in the background. AMAZING!
I really hope this drama wont end.

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It wouldn't hurt to hear a direct confession of "I like you, CSY" from DMJ. Or is it that an alien thing? Lol

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SY already said, DMJ can't lie.
Saying "I like you" to her isn't the truth, but is it appropriate to jump right to "I love you"?

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well i have watched a lot of kdramas and the leads usually dont say "i like/love you" until like the last 2-3 episodes. i dont know is it a korean thing? or a kdrama thing? they never like confessing to each other but they would tell other people like DMJ told lawyer jang that she likes her but he never said to CSY

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I believe that HK has accepted that Song-Yi cares for our alien. But he also knows that he he can only protect her from his devil brother if he stays by her side, when things are settled he will move on; right now he cannot confide in her why he still wants to remain close.

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Javabeans. You recap so fast. Thank you for all your work because I love reliving the episode when I read every recap :)

I literally squealed all throughout the episode. My parents were slightly concerned, but you know, what can you do when you live with a k-drama addict?

I wish every episode could be as adorable as this one. gack.

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I laughed, cried, laughed and cried...i feel emotionally drained after watching this ep. I really hope they don't do the usual ending with the '6 months' later thingy, where MJ just magically re-appeared or returned to earth for whatever reasons. Please let them be together...for a long, long time.
Loving SY's brother here too (besides his cuteness). Glad that the writer managed to inject greater characteristics into him before the show ends.
All in all, I'm already dreading the end of the show comes..sob!!!! Because this is my favourite drama yet!

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Lol JB I love how you changed the yfas icon below from just kim soo hyuns face to the back hug between him and jeon ji hyun.

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Just noticed that after reading your comment! I am loving the new icon! *I am now hoping someone's going to make a YFAS header for dramabeans!

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Episode 17 Written Preview (Rough translation by bunni3fly from Soompi)

Hwee Kyung is surprised to find out what really happened to his dead oldest brother’s accident. Song Yi cannot accept that Min Joon is leaving in one month, so, she tries to push him away. Upset Min Joon drinks too much until he loses his mind (maybe it means he becomes too drunk).

Heh, when Min Joon becomes plastered, will he ride off into the sky again? ;)

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NOOOOO!! Don't push him away, Song Yi! You only have a month to be together, why are you wasting it?!!!
If you don't want him, I'll have him!

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why are they not suing the entire production team for that accident? they have every right to! Where's Lawyer Manager Do?

Otherwise, cuteness galore, I'm all for it!

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Soompi's Valentine Event

PLEASE SUPPORT DO MIN JOON - CHUN SONG YI COUPLE HERE: http://forums.soompi.com/discussion/comment/26993136/#Comment_26993136

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My first Kdrama was All About Eve and have watched probably hundreds of titles afterward. But I've never fallen in love so much with drama as much as this one. So much that I could put any deadline behind just to watch this (okay, maybe not-so-dead).
Anyway, God bless all the people behind this drama, director, writer/s, editor, all the crews involved and bless the casting director to cast Jeon Ji Hyun and Kim Soo Hyun who just became my fave actor and actress. Hope to see more awesome dramas like this in the future.

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the best part of this episode is actually the interview of song yi with semi..songyi's responses and face expressions towards semi's fakeness are just precious!!
i was laughing so hard

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DMJ, you had me at hello.
Yoon Jae, you had me at milk choco. You're sooo cute!
At least he really looks like a high school boy despite the older age (unlike the cast from Heirs). Sorry, can't help that side comment.

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U know in My step mother is an alien (my age is showing oopsie!) the alien remained while her brother in law I think, took her place and went to her planet. Cant they send someone we really dont need to take DMJ's place? Like evil bro maybe? Everybody wins!

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I love it SY was so funny I couldn't stop laughing at her antics and I just love how much MJ love SY.

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This drama, along with INR 3, is really hitting all the right notes for me. I'm such a happy fangirl.

I AM SO GONNA KILL THE WRITER IF THERE ISNT GOING TO BE ANY OF THESE SWEET SCENES IN THE UPCOMING EPISODES. ESPECIALLY THE FINAL EPISODE.

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Wow I love my SY&DJ

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Do manager kajimaaaaa!!!! :'(

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All these happiness are making me worry...

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Yooon yaaaaeeeee why must you be super adorable?? Best dongsae everrrr. Cracked up when he soon got distracted by the telescope. The actor is actually much older than the character.

My heart bleeds for Song Yi&Min Joon, please let them have their lovy dovy time together.

Seems to me JK is more out of this world than the actual alien, mén what a character...

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ever wonder, if you'd have walked from the lift to min-joon's door then reach the balcony beside soon-yi's balcony; arent they supposedly to swap?

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I just rewatched earlier episodes; SM's mother went to that fortune teller who couldn't see SY in the future any more. I deeply wish they BOTH go to his star; even if she continues to age; at least they will be together. OR he loses his alien powers (does he really need them? I mean other than saving SY what has he really used them for over the past 400 years? and he has money; he's smart).
I can't envision how this writer will end this series, but I am invested and LOVE this couple.

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Ohhhh!!! You are right! Since her future is black, does this mean she is no longer on Earth? She has no future on Earth as she leaves to where she was meant to go 400 years ago? Not the best ending, but if she can adapt and age slowly there too, and our couple remains together, I don't have any problem, mate.

I am going with anything if our OTP stays together!!

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Buthe's still in Earth 100 days later. :( I see the fortune teller's words as Song Yi's future is dark i the film industry. Well, not everything they predict comes true.

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Oi oi, doesn't hurt to think >.<" Fortune-tellers in fiction are always right, because I haven't seen one who's wrong.

Maybe they go away after their 100th day anniversary? I'd buy anything, because I have never shipped people together more intensely.

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Lol sorry dear. I should start thinking positively, eh?

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Thanks for the recap! ^^ What a lovely ep as we finally get to see the OTP in some REAL romance.

Knew our resident alien was gonna get sick from that kiss. So funny to see SY dragging MJ to the car and then driving like a maniac. The scene in his room was so sweet. She kept wanting to hear the confirmation that it's her and not the other girl that he was thinking of when kissing, and he obligingly said her name 3 times without getting frustrated. Pulling her close in his arms just made me happy to see them finally together. Also love how SY has completely accepted MJ as an alien and wanting to find out just how intimate they can get. LOL

YJ acting like the oppa is so sweet since he's always looking out for SY despite giving her attitude. Love how he took it straight up with MJ about his sister, and you can see how MJ is amused by all this protectiveness from the lil' bro. The chocolate milk and telescopes (selcas with an inanimate object?!) cracked me up!!! And then when YJ stares in awe at MJ!!!!! ROFL I had that fleeting recall to BJ looking at the flower boys YJ and HK entering SY's apartment when they had that glow and BJ just stared. XD Then, after that, he's all "Hyung!" to MJ and wanting to come over again. Hahaha... Bromance FTW!! He even called him Minjoonie hyung later when he gave his absolute approval if SY dates him. <3 (I read some of your comments about the actors' real age and remember reading it elsewhere as well. KSH gets to be called hyung though younger in real life. Kekeke~) Anyway, glad to see lil' bro developing a bond with MJ and how he told MJ honestly that he's the first one SY has ever had feelings for. Hope MJ realizes how important he is to SY!!

HK is being smart to keep his knowledge of Evil Hyung's deeds to himself and investigating on his own by speaking with the stunt team. Go HK Go! Let's solve this and close the case. Also, it's sweet yet heartbreaking to see just what a genuine friend HK is to SY. He's got her back no matter what!

As for prosecutor and detective, I'm sure the prosecutor finds JK's statement suspicious. I think it seems JK must have pressured the superior to get the prosecutor to drop the case. Seems too sudden to happen without JK's interference, so he must have pulled some strings.

Chairman Dad gives me this creepy feeling. Is he implying that he is somewhat aware of JK's involvement with the sudden passing of his eldest son, yet he's glad that at least he has JK to take over later on? o.O;;

I love SY's convo with YJ and how he is so nonchalant at saying that it's quite possible that an alien lives next door. Genius indeed! LOL

The whole balcony scene with SY and MJ was cute, funny, and sweet. I'm glad that they can finally spend time together. The cheek-pinching! Keke~ And then SY placing her hand over MJ! Awww... I'm sure she can feel just how lonely he must be without real family for 400 years. Probably something that she can hardly fathom since she hates being alone. It's touching to see MJ is so happy to see SY happy for reuniting with her dad. And what's a scene with these two without something funny? =P SY's reaction to aging and MJ keeping that same face for years was hilarious!!!!! And then dressing up like a high schooler later!! Pwahahaha!! At least YJ knows his noona is lacking and MJ loves her just the same. LOL Also love how YJ listens to MJ, practically worshipping the guy now. XD

MJ discovered the bug on Lawyer...

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MJ discovered the bug on Lawyer Jang's bag! Whew! Finally! Glad he's gonna use that to mislead JK. So funny to see Lawyer Jang asking "Really?" on his phone and MJ's cute reaction "Nah..." =P

The car exchange between SY and MJ was another cute moment as she purposely tried to make him jealous by saying she has kiss scenes to do. Haha... Who uses a double for a kiss scene?! Anyway, glad to see MJ now seems to realize how fake SM is through watching the interview on set.

Once filming started, it was good that MJ could hear the director & co.'s convo about making SY suffer on yet. I'm sure all those NGs got him seething, so the payback with sending the director and assistant director down the ditch was so sweet!! SY totally enjoys the benefits of an alien BF. Hahaha... MJ putting his arm around SY to give her warmth was just what was needed! =P And it was cute to see MJ cheat for SY during the Go-Stop game. Seeing how happy it made her, he couldn't help but smile. He just wants to make her happy any way he can!! Awww... *heartstrings tugged* KSH is so good at acting out subtle yet meaningful details.

The final scene with SY telling MJ all the things that she wants to do with him was bittersweet. You can tell how much MJ wishes that he could do all those things with her, and it breaks his heart that he has to leave in one month and can't do all of them at the specified time no matter how much he wishes he could. At least he is honest in letting her know about the impending departure. Can't wait to see how SY will react after knowing. KSH cries so well!! *heart breaks with him*

The epilogue was sad with hopes dashed yet perhaps not completely... Guess we'll have to wait and see how the writer will wrap this up. I want the OTP to have a happy ending so badly, whether he leaves and comes back, or he can somehow stay, or he takes her back with him to the star... Please come up with a good solution!

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I felt exactly the same way. Guess that means he's got a really got card up his sleeves to be so confident!

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yikes some parts went missing. Comment was in reference to this part:

So funny to see Lawyer Jang asking “Really?” on his phone and MJ’s cute reaction “Nah…” =P

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Yep, Min-joon's cheeky smile and head-shake at Lawyer Jang was my favourite smile this episode! out of his many smiles!

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Haha... Me too! I just loved that MJ smirk and chuckled along at Lawyer Jang's question. XD

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he has to lose his powers so Jae Kyung would fail to prove he has them, and turn out the crazy man and switch places with asylum wife. min joon perhaps, and song yi, well, CAN DO...something to force his body to adjust

oh me god am I the only one thinking dirty
and even if a lover leaves, a hyung can´t just go and leave! so unfair! he would be abandoning too many people! Poor Yoon Jae too...

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awwshucks You made me giggle so loudly. x3 I wouldn't...mind, you know?

And it doesn't hurt to try. ;3

I won't be able to sleep now, thinking up such scenarios in my head. hihihi

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LOL That'd be a good twist if JK ends up in the asylum instead. Though with all his murder plotting, he belongs behind bars.

YJ is totally hung up on MJ now. Kekeke~ I wanna see more bromance: brother-in-law hyung and dongsaeng relationship. =P

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Guys guys guys - let me settle my thoughts.

The aftermath of the kiss was amazing. Haha...they are so adorable.
Yoon Jae is so sweet! I loved how he was so mature with all "man to man" talk and was then distracted by chocolate milk and how taken back he was when he saw the telescopes. MJ can easily win over Cheon(s) in the family, hehe. The girl, the father and now the brother!

And the terrace scene. *sigh* And CSY worried about her looks - it all seemed so funny and yet so natural. The writer is doing a great job. Loved how MJ is showing how much he loves her. Making the crew fall down, making her win at go-stop, it was adorable. :3 And he simply shines at crying scenes. It's heart-wrenching - I am trying to remind myself it is a drama, but the actors are simply great.

Andddd --- Song-Yi saw at DMJ in the epilogue. My first thought went to Hwi, but to be honest, she isn't the person who would actually treat him as a replacement. No way. NO WAY. Here is my head-canon -> MJ has to leave, and he's waiting for Song-yi and then she comes late, caught up in something totally unavoidable, and right when he is climbing or whatever, she shouts, "I will wait for you, Namsan tower, for our 100th day anniversary." He looks at her but as soon as he was going to reply, the door shuts. On that day, she waits for him, as promised, sure that he would come. And he arrives, turned fully human, and ready to copulate and looking as cute as ever. And they live happily ever after in a quiet place, with lots of happy visits to a maternity hospital. yayayay

The Little Prince has been my favorite book, because it is so simple and yet it teaches you a lot. The Little Prince statue was such a nice addition. The Little Prince went back to the rose he loved at the end. That's it. Cheon Song-yi was referred to as a rose. Everything points to a happy ending. No - no - no, what's the use of trying to show a romance that makes me believe that it is what makes the world go round and destroying it. How much does a happy ending mean to the viewers, don't they know? ;_;

It'll be happy, guys. The more they show these lovely moments, the more I believe it won't be a bad ending. I mean, he has waited 400 years for this reunion.

I'll be waiting all night for tonight's episode. <3

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I forgot to add this; Hwi Kyung is such a great second lead. And gosh, what sort of dad overlooks such stuff just to have a heir. Aish...And the fake Se Mi. "Just be pretty", lol, that answer hit the mark, amazing, Song-yi!

And oh Song-yi, it was great she decided what they can and what they can't do. Haha, and the way she told her brother they couldn't do anything, whahaha, she felt so genuinely frustrated. Kukukuku~

I need the Pros Yoo + Kyung + alien to reveal JK together. Why do I love all of them so much. Awww..

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I'm keeping my fingers crossed that it turns out like what you said!

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In addition to what you said, do not forget what was said in the book that they were both reading earlier in the drama, about the ceramic rabbit. The adventures of ... that was repeated. "how could there be love without a happy ending?"

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so .... on a more serious note. Speaking as a father of an 11 year old daughter, I need to make a couple observations.

SY is written pretty much perfectly ... gone are the uber cute uber "perfect" Cinderellas of past dramas that made me roll my eyes whenever my mom and wife watched them. She's got her faults, she isn't selfless and she isn't a saint. But what she is, is strong, honest and very practical.

She knows she's in the nader of her career and instead of wallowing, she moves on to fix things without losing any of her pride or ego. She accepts that she's no longer the "it girl" but still knows who she is. She also recognizes that the easy "fix" would be wrong on many levels and stays true to herself.

This is very much how I want my daughter to be. And while this character has been written perfectly, this actor pulls it off perfectly too.

Another observation .... if you think about it ...SM's character and outward personality is your typical Kdrama cinderella ... if this were a typical Kdrama, she would be the main character ... the one that works quietly in the shadow of a pushy star and in the end gets her man.

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Well said! I like your thoughts on Semi and how you described it if she were the lead character.

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okay one more post ... epilogue .... I'm thinking ... "An Affair to Remember" ...

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Adorable cute lovey dovey Do Min Joon - Cheon Song Yi always warmth my heart. But in this episode Cheon Yoon Jae was the cutest from them all.
I love his bromance scene with enemy turns loveable his future hyungnim, Do Min Joon. Everytime his distraction make me laughs, he just a lovable dongsaeng for his noona.

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Hi Javabeans! Thanks for the recap. Could it be possible that the comet is in fact a space ship that might appear to be a comet? I don't know. There isn't much to work with.
I do wish that we could get a little of Minjoon's backstory. It might not have anything to do with the main story, but it would contribute to how we understand him as a character. Did he not miss his home? What was life like? Etc.

Does anyone think that Jaekyung does not fully trust his brothers "amnesia"? He has an evil, distrusting character after all. Lol!

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*Correction* "...his brother's 'amnesia.'" And "He has an evil, distrusting nature..."

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I loved this episode!
In particular I love the budding relationship with DMJ and YJ.
YJ has been in SY shadow for so long, and ignored because of it. When their dad left, they fought over who got to keep SY and who had to take YJ. HK only uses him to get closer to SY and tries to throw money at him rather than actually be friends with him.
In DMJ he could possibly find a friend and mentor who "speaks the same language".
With only 4 episodes left, there may not be time, but still... I hope this bromance is given a chance to bloom just a little.

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This drama really kills. It gives me sweetness and it makes me afraid for the ending.

Every episode keeps getting better and raising the stakes--the happiness of MJ and SY.

I agree after all this pain and sweetness the ending must be a happy ending.

But the practical me is like how can DMJ become human? That just does not make sense. Like how can a human take out their DNA component that makes up that humaness?

The only thing that can plausibly make sense is like DMJ becomes indoctrinated or build tolerance to human saliva/blood.

DMJ cannot become human but through his long stay on Earth, his body acclimates and will slowly start to age along with SY since we know environment has a huge impact on the body development/progress.

So in the end DMJ and CSY will age, have children and die together!!!!!

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evolution!

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Hi GUYS! Please support MJ & SY and come to Soompi to vote this couple as THE Valentine Couple. Follow links below and wait to load, there's a lot of entries and pics so loading takes time, it will take you directly to our couple's area once finish loading. You can only vote once for one couple only....and by voting they mean you press the "Awesome" button....so far it looks like Heirs is winning....we can't let that happen can we?!?! LOL I really want to see the upsetting looks on all the fangirls if we actually win ;) more press for our beloved Show & Couple!!

http://forums.soompi.com/discussion/comment/26993136/#Comment_26993136

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I recently saw Min-joon's (Kim Soo Hyun) old dramas (the noon embracing the sun n dream high) and his movie (secretly greatly) and notice that he's left handed. It's strange that in this drama he's right handed from writing his journal to having a meal. Is there a reason for it? I was just curious.

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I read somewhere that he's ambidexterous. His character is right handed so he decided to stick to that :)

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He left handed but practised to use right hand too. So he can use either whenever the character is required it.

At first it difficult of cause, but till this drama he manages to write by right hand well.

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I first noticed that he used his left hand for a lot of things in this drama, like when he was eating, and then later he used his right hand. Also I noticed that the Prosecutor Seok and also Hwi kyung also appears to be left handed. If that's the case 3 lefties are in the drama.

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Yay! I'm so happy to watch this episode. It's a snow day too, which makes it even more special. Yes to the scenes between our leads - they're the best ones.

And Hwi-kyung is currently knocking my socks off in this drama. I hope that he's the one who takes his brother down, rather than the cop/prosecutor or Do Min-joon.

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There is one thing that I wish they had done differently in what is otherwise a superb drama.
Just to have made Se-mi's character way more likeable. I would have even preferred her not as a rival but a good friend for Song-Yi throughout. Not pitiful, angry and scheming.
just because
A) Yoo In-Na is so likeable, she was so charming and sweet in Queen In-Hyun's man
b) So that the awesome second lead Hwi-kyung could get with someone that is as awesome as him. (Because obviously, Song-Yi and Do Min-Joo are meant to be together.) I really do think that the writers are aiming for Se-Mi and Hwi-kyung to end up with each other, and right now I really don't think she deserves him. :(

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Wow. The actor playing Yoon Jae is actually older than KSH/Do Min Joon :p

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Ok am I crazy or is it impossible for CSY's balcony to be on the right (if facing outward) of DMJ? Shouldn't it be switched? How is this possible?!?

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"playing along for the bugger’s benefit"

I died laughing.

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I'm quite confused by Song-Yi attitude at the end of the episode, she acted as if she didn't know that Min-joon was going to leave soon. Yet, Lawyer Jang told her clearly that he was going to leave in 2 months but in this episode, it was as if she doesn't know anything about it :/

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I I think early on they said that the comet's approach allows the ships they came on tobe hidden. Maybe I am wrong or remembering it incorrectly but that is what I think they said.

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I find it both amusing and cute when Do Min Joon acts as a hyung to Cheon Yoon Jae when in real life Ahn Jae Hyun is older than Soo Hyun. He has such a baby face, gosh!

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