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Triangle: Episode 20

For a show that certainly knows how to take things slow and easy sometimes, it still knows how to deliver an hour of small victories, heartwarming teamwork, and shattering reveals. Most of all, I appreciate how Triangle surprises us with character moments which subvert conventional drama tropes while also remembering that episodic payoffs are important. Love is a many splendored thing, isn’t it?

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EPISODE 20 RECAP

Dong-soo’s arrival puts an end to the physical aspect of Young-dal and Yang-ha’s argument, but the verbal assault continues. Yang-ha sneers that Young-dal made a big mistake in provoking him, only for Young-dal to shrug off that threat—he knows how Yang-ha works already, and he isn’t afraid.

Since he knows Yang-ha was responsible for putting him and Dong-soo behind bars, he warns the little prince not to do something so foolish ever again. Because no matter how low Yang-ha goes, Young-dal can always go lower, and swears that he’ll repay any affront one hundred times over.

Dong-soo doesn’t tell Young-dal why he was so concerned about his fight with Yang-ha, nor does Young-dal pick up on it. He believes his hyung when he says he came to Sabuk because he was worried about him facing off against Myung-jae, and assures Dong-soo that he’s got nothing to worry about since his plan is airtight.

Young-dal walks in on Jun-ho giving Myung-jae the unfortunate news that he can’t be accepted as a Daejung VIP because he doesn’t have enough class. But Young-dal plays the good cop to Jun-ho’s bad cop by issuing Myung-jae a VIP card.

However, there’s a caveat: Myung-jae can’t have the VIP room all to himself, since it’s already been reserved. Myung-jae doesn’t like this idea until Young-dal tells him that there’s a perk to playing with other people—like being able to bet past the maximum limit, for instance.

Once they’re outside, Young-dal soothes Jun-ho’s frazzled nerves and gets him ready for the next phase of the plan. Boss Min will be joining Myung-jae in the VIP room.

Jung-hee and a few other dealers are called to work in the VIP room after Hyun-mi uses her new promotion to put the annoying sunbae trio in place. Their leader vows to get Hyun-mi back for embarrassing her.

Dong-soo thinks back to Kim Jin-soo telling him to give up on his revenge against Chairman Yoon if he cares for his little brother before meeting with Young-dal.

He kiiind of tests the waters about giving up on their revenge when he reminds Young-dal about his dreams to marry the girl he loved and find his two brothers, but barely gets into talking about how “the past is in the past” before Young-dal catches on, all but scolding his hyung for thinking about giving up.

Those are the men who killed their father, Young-dal reminds him. “And you’re just going to let those bastards get away with that? I’ll never forgive them for what they’ve done.”

Chairman Yoon tears into Yang-ha as he blames his affair with Jung-hee as the reason why Jiyeon’s father cut off his partnership with Daejung. However, when he orders Yang-ha to break things off with Jung-hee and apologize to Jiyeon, Yang-ha replies with a quiet but firm, “I can’t do that.”

He gets a hard slap across the face for that, as his father tells him that if Yang-ha can’t end it, he will. But Yang-ha fights back that he’ll leave Daejung if Jung-hee is fired, to which his father asks incredulously if Yang-ha would give up everything he’s given him.

“None of that matters to me,” Yang-ha retorts, causing Chairman Yoon to finally make good on his threat to disinherit Yang-ha. Ugh, finally. Is it for good this time? I doubt it.

Before Jung-hee and her fellow dealers go into the VIP room, they’re warned to be on their toes with their mobster client. The last thing they need to do is make any mistakes.

Jung-hee greets Myung-jae when he enters, only for a shock of surprise to hit the both of them as they recognize each other from the whole kidnapping incident. Myung-jae gets over it quicker than Jung-hee does, though props go to her for swallowing her fear in order to do her job.

Even Boss Min is a little nervous before joining Myung-jae in the VIP room, even though Manbong declares that she’ll be safe as long as he’s with her. Aww. After some last minute pointers from Jang-soo, they march into battle.

Young-dal flashes back to Dong-soo reminding him that he once had vengeance-free dreams, as well as Jung-hee’s confrontation with him over knowing that he didn’t mean the harsh words he said when she was abducted.

His reverie is cut short when Jun-ho informs him that the game has begun so that Young-dal can watch it live from his office.

Myung-jae thinks it’s just coincidence when Boss Min joins him at the table, and listens when she offers to let this game decide the outcome of their personal battle. Whoever loses has to grant the winner a wish.

The big scary mob boss scoffs at whether she’ll be able to keep to her own rules if he wins, since he’ll demand that she hand over Young-dal as payment. Eek! Boss Min, now you really can’t lose!

She swallows her nervousness as she declares that it doesn’t matter what Myung-jae wants—but if she wins, he and his gang have to leave Sabuk for good. Myung-jae agrees to the terms, and the game begins.

Jun-ho tells Team Young-dal about the bets wagered, causing Jang-soo and Jailbreak to worry about what will happen to Young-dal if Boss Min were to lose.

But Young-dal tries to look at it positively, because they’ll gain everything they wanted if Myung-jae loses and leaves Sabuk.

Yang-ha calls a reluctant Jiyeon out to discuss whatever deal she made with Young-dal. She says that Young-dal told her he was just a thug, no better than garbage on the street, but then eyes Yang-ha as she adds that the real thug is someone else, aka him.

But she soon reveals that her real reason for taking Young-dal’s deal was to get back at Yang-ha for wounding her pride by playing around with her when he’d already given his heart to a lowly dealer.

He takes offense to the way she spits that word out, but Jiyeon continues on to say that he should’ve treated Jung-hee the same way she treats Young-dal—as a curiosity. Since he didn’t, she promises that there’ll be more repercussions for insulting her dignity to come. She can hold a mean grudge just as well as he can.

As Myung-jae starts losing in the game, his lackey is forced to take out more loans from Boss Yang in order for Myung-jae to keep playing. He has to go to Madame Jang to get the money to loan out, and assures them that they’ll get a return on their investment with the collateral Myung-jae put up.

While Young-dal is happy to hear that Myung-jae is digging his own grave by losing more and more money in the game, Myung-jae wises up to Young-dal’s plan when Chairman Go tells him that the game was set up by Young-dal.

So in order to help Myung-jae win, Chairman Go lends him roughly three million dollars, hoping to take down Boss Min in one go. At least Boss Min doesn’t immediately fall for the trap by matching Myung-jae’s enormous bet, and takes a time out to ask Young-dal what she should do.

And aw, I love Boss Min—she’s afraid of losing not because of the money, but because it would mean losing the battle with Myung-jae. Of course, with everyone advising Young-dal to back down since they’ll have more chances to win if they’re patient, we know he won’t.

Boss Min returns to the table and accepts Myung-jae’s bet. (Bad Young-dal, bad! *hits with newspaper*) Everyone waits with bated breath as the cards are dealt… and Boss Min’s hand turns out to be a dud. Uh oh.

However, Team Young-dal thanks their lucky stars when Myung-jae’s hand turns out to be a bust also. Phew. But the money’s still on the table, which means they have to play another hand.

Boss Min has a two, which leaves Myung-jae’s hand. If he has a higher number, they’ll be in trouble…

…Aaand he doesn’t. He doesn’t?! Wow, I was certain this was going to blow up in Young-dal’s face, but he won! Yaaay, he won!

Chairman Go receives the news that all the money he lent Myung-jae has been lost. Not only that, but he didn’t even get Young-dal out of the deal. Hah, that’s what you get.

For having lost a bunch of money, Myung-jae is actually in decent spirits as he concedes his loss to Young-dal like a good sport. He knows he’s out of the game for good now, and will leave Young-dal alone.

And in another display of good sportsmanship, Young-dal tells Boss Min return the building Myung-jae put up as collateral to him if he sticks to his word and stays far, far away.

Even though Shin-hye is the one who was positive about Yang-ha being Dong-woo, she seems surprised when Dong-soo confirms it himself. She then switches gears to urge him to tell Young-dal the truth now, so that way he can stop fighting Yang-ha before the two hurt each other further.

But Dong-soo is unsure about the right course of action—what if Yang-ha/Dong-woo is happy? Wouldn’t Dong-soo and Young-dal be doing him a greater service if they just left him to live his life in peace?

Shin-hye strongly disagrees by explaining Yang-ha’s origin story, the one we could all recite from memory by now. Because she knows Yang-ha’s existence is a miserable one, Shin-hye is convinced that he’d be much happier living as their little brother than as the unloved heir of Daejung Group.

Jung-hee gets home late only to find a drunk Yang-ha waiting nearby. “I’ve abandoned everything. You’re all I have left now,” he admits.

When she rightly asks for clarification, Yang-ha continues like she didn’t: “But if you cast me aside now, then I really…” he chokes back tears. “I’m sorry. I’ll leave.” He stumbles off, leaving Jung-hee looking confused in his wake.

After Chairman Yoon declines to show Yang-ha any leniency in disinheriting him and firing Jung-hee, Jung-hee hears from the casino manager that she’s been let go. Yikes.

She’s in total shock since she has no idea what she could’ve done wrong, but her manager keeps it a secret from her (but not everyone else) that she thinks there’s a link between Yang-ha being ordered to quit and Jung-hee being fired.

Jun-ho delivers the Yang-ha news to Young-dal, who doesn’t celebrate like his buddies do since he knows that they’ve still got to take down Chairman Yoon.

But he reacts much differently when he finds out that Jung-hee’s been fired, and rushes off to presumably do something about it.

Everyone in the seedy underground is happy at their latest victory, since even Boss Min and Madame Jang have reconciled their differences enough to celebrate together and share the winnings.

Young-dal confronts Director Hyun over Jung-hee being fired, only to be told that it was Chairman Yoon’s decision—so if he wants to do something about it, he needs to take it up with the big guy.

Kim Jin-soo actually calls Shin-hye for a talk this time (instead of the other way around) to tell her that he’s worried about Yang-ha now that Chairman Yoon might even go so far as to officially disown him.

Apparently, the reason Yang-ha first went to Shin-hye was because he’d tried to commit suicide after he found out he was adopted. Kim Jin-soo is worried that these recent events have put Yang-ha back at risk for self-harm, and asks Shin-hye to help him.

Manager Bae finds Yang-ha passed out from all the heavy drinking he did the night before and attempts to make him get his head back in the game—especially considering that Manager Bae put everything on the line anticipating that Yang-ha would be victorious.

But Yang-ha just claims he’s tired of it all. No matter how Manager Bae pleads with him to reconsider, sure that no father would actually abandon his son this way, Yang-ha’s mind seems pretty made up.

While Shin-hye tells Dong-soo that Yang-ha might be at risk for suicide considering his current situation, we find our disinherited heir taking a sponsored hike to sort out his thoughts.

Meanwhile, Jung-hee also spends some time brooding. Does this show think we’re goldfish who need flashbacks from twenty minutes ago to remember why these characters are sad, or are the flashbacks being used as filler?

After another tiny scene where Hyun-mi fields off rumors about Jung-hee being fired amongst the other dealers, Jung-hee goes directly to Director Hyun to say that she won’t accept her dismissal without hearing a clear reason for it. (Go her!)

He comes straight out and tells her that he can’t do anything to help her since Chairman Yoon fired her over her relationship with Yang-ha, which only frustrates Jung-hee more.

She claims that she has no relationship to Yang-ha and that Chairman Yoon misunderstood. “Why must I be treated unfairly like this because of Yoon Yang-ha’s own personal feelings?” Furthermore, if Director Hyun can’t give her a real reason for her being fired, she’s willing to take this to court. (Again, go Jung-hee!)

Young-dal confronts Yang-ha over causing Jung-hee so much suffering when he can’t even take care of her. “Becoming a dealer was her dream,” Young-dal grits out. “Do you know how precious this job is to her and how desperately she needs it? Who do you think you are to crush her dreams?!”

Yang-ha is NOT about to take this from someone like Young-dal, and tells him as much when he claims the only reason he became interested in Jung-hee was because he couldn’t understand how she could like a piece of trash like Young-dal.

“Because I couldn’t stand and watch her give her heart to a thug like you,” Yang-ha spits. “Anyone else in the world can insult me, but not you, you bastard.”

As you can imagine, Yang-ha gets punched for that one. When he gets back up, Young-dal punches him again, sending Yang-ha sprawling to the ground.

“That’s enough!” A voice calls out to put a halt to the fight—it’s Jung-hee. She tells Young-dal that she’s not going to quietly give up on her dreams just like that, and entreats him to stop feeling upset about it.

And to Yang-ha, she says she isn’t blaming him for what happened. “So please, don’t make things any harder for yourself because of me.” Finally, a drama heroine who does more than gape like a mute fish when two men fight over her.

Jung-hee comes home late after a few drinks, and shares a cute backhug with Grandma. She apologizes for all the suffering she thinks she’s brought on Grandma, only for Grandma to get all choked up when she tells Jung-hee that she’s the one who’s had to bear the weight of supporting her and her two brothers all by herself.

If anything, Grandma is the one who feels sorry. Aww. But I can’t shake this eerie feeling when Jung-hee promises Grandma that she’ll make enough money to buy her nice things and send her on vacations soon, because promises like that never seem to come true in dramaland.

But once she’s alone in her room, Jung-hee lets out all her bottled frustration in tears, her fingers grasping at the necklace Young-dal gave her which still hangs around her neck.

She’s not expecting Young-dal’s call announcing that he’s outside her house, and runs out to meet him. She doesn’t see him at first and frets that he’s gone, only to hear him softly call her name from behind her.

They walk up to each other in silence, an unspoken agreement passing between them as Young-dal pulls her into an embrace. He pulls back only to look into her eyes…

…Before he leans in and kisses her. Omo omo. A tear falls down Jung-hee’s cheek the second their lips meet, and if you can believe it, they actually kiss. Maybe this is my twelve year old self talking, but their lips move, and the action is reciprocal. (Mind = Blown)

After Director Hyun gets Chairman Go’s support for his bid to replace Yang-ha and take over Daejung, we find our displaced heir with (who else but) Shin-hye.

He admits that he’s not sure what his next move will be—either he’ll try to regain his father’s acceptance or accept his own shortcomings and give everything up. Shin-hye tries to get him to see that it’s his father who has shortcomings, not him: “Don’t let this weaken you and stay strong.”

“The reason why I don’t have anyone in the world to stand by my side must mean that I’ve been living my life all wrong, right?” Yang-ha asks ruefully. But Shin-hye shakes her head and says that he’s wrong—he may not know who they are, but he has people on his side.

Cut to: Young-dal and Dong-soo as the former updates his hyung on how well his plans are going, and even wants Dong-soo to meet Jung-hee because he’s going to live his dream after all. Awww.

But now that he’s checked everything off his list except for Chairman Yoon and Chairman Go, “We just have to find Dong-woo.”

“I found Dong-woo,” Dong-soo sighs. Young-dal excitedly asks the usual questions—how? Where? He’s only further confused when Dong-soo tells him that Dong-woo is already in his life…

“Yoon Yang-ha is Dong-woo,” Dong-soo finally says. “Chairman Yoon adopted Dong-woo and raised him as his own.”

 
COMMENTS

Dun dun dun!

While I’m glad Dong-soo got to deliver such relevant information, we’ve spent enough episodes with him just floating around that now’s as good a time as any to say: Man, does that man need a job.

I had high hopes when he initially quit the police force to pursue his revenge, but ever since he took a back seat to Young-dal’s master plan, all he gets to do in any given scene is be worried. It doesn’t help that the only person he has to talk to during the day is Informative Vending Machine Shin-hye, which is probably because every other character spends those hours doing their, I dunno, jobs. He’s a perfectly good character that could not be any more of a free agent right now—they need to find a better use for him other than being Shin-hye’s male counterpart.

It was a pleasant surprise to see Young-dal’s risky plan to get rid of Myung-jae work, and was actually doubly nice since it yielded an actual character exit from the show before Myung-jae really got a chance to wear out his welcome. The victories in this show may be small, but like Young-dal pointed out at the end, they’re starting to add up. I have a feeling that Young-dal isn’t quite as close to reaching the boss level as he thinks he is though, at least as long as Director Hyun is around.

Yang-ha choosing Jung-hee over himself and his inheritance should’ve theoretically carried so much more weight than it did, and I’m honestly a little confused as to why it didn’t. Maybe it was Yang-ha’s fatalistic approach to it all, but Young-dal definitely had a point in berating Yang-ha for involving Jung-hee when he had no intention of fighting for her. And it’s true—I don’t doubt that Yang-ha’s twisted feelings for her are sincere, but I couldn’t get a read on what he was thinking by doing nothing when Jung-hee was fired regardless of the deal he tried to make with good old dad.

At least he wins points for being the most polite stalker ever, since he didn’t even expect anything from Jung-hee in return for his grand gesture. But c’mon, at least talk to the girl. Weren’t they even becoming friendlier with each other as of the kidnapping incident too? It’s not like we’re in the dark ages where Jung-hee wouldn’t even give Yang-ha the time of day… unless I missed the pivotal moment where we switched back. (Seriously, did I?)

But as far as post-noble-idiocy reunions go—a term I promise I’m using lightly since we know Myung-jae’s departure removed Young-dal’s reason for pushing Jung-hee away—that kiss scene was really aces. They earned that moment. And I’d like to think we did too.

 
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Thanks for the recap! Can't wait for reunion!

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Looking fwd to the brothers teaming up and whooping some bad guy butt.

Too add… writers…. more kissing scenes please!!

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2 Major Kdrama trope busting things happened this episode:

1. Someone actually stood up and threatened to sue for wrongful termination. Bravo! How many times have we seen this scene, someone getting fired for dating a chaebol, and time and time again, the candy just takes it and packs up and leaves. So score one for the "little people"

2. Baek Jin Hee actually did a kiss scene. Is this her first? She usually does the pecks or closed mouth pecks, ala Park Shin Hye, but in this instance, she not only did an open mouth kiss, she reciprocated- no stiff hands at the side, shocked face. Wow! I guess it helps that she and Jaejoong, have actually developed an off-camera friendship.

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hee.. Dalhee no need to talk just do it~ kiss <3

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Yes, less talking, more skinship ♡♡♡♡

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Finally!!!! They kissed!!!!!Biggest reward from this CP!!!
They both are great kissers.I'm so envious of Jinhee awwwwwwww

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Now if only the series could do everything else as well as it did that kiss, we would all be a bunch of very happy viewers.

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I'm still squealing over that kiss!! Because.. they actually kissed!!

Well, I agree that the drama could have done some things better, but it still is an enjoyable show (for me at the least). And I like that all the last few episodes ended with a cliffhanger. This one especially after the big revelation.

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The best part is that while they kiss, he actually pulls her a little bit closer. It's so sexy to me when guys do that..

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I don't really like to see people kissing, not even in dramas and it's worse if they are exaggerated or too over the top, but this kiss was perfect! It had the exact amount of gentleness and realism at the same time ♥

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Gorgeous kiss is gorgeous! ♥

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It's not Yangha, it's JungHee, she only wants to talk to Youngdal. Girl was pining for Youngdal after the incident. Then again didn't she invited Yangha out for a meal as a 'thank you'? He should've let it all out at that place. I think the problem is how calculated Yangha is even when to someone he deemed 'close' to.

But that's nice that the two closes people he can talks to are his sisters-in-law. Come to think of it, it's a nice set up because the two sisters-in-laws can convince the two older brothers to spare the kid if they ever have thought of killing.

"Informative Vending Machine Shin-hye"

ACCURATE!

Dongsoo really need a job, is he even bother to look for one? YoungDal is so high up in Daejung, why can't he just hired his older brother as a security guard? Also, Youngdal should hire JungHee as his secretary and have her visit his suite.

Youngdal's dream and Junghee's promise to grandma can easily be solved by marriage. JungHee just have to marry Youngdal and she'll be rich, he'll marry his dream girl and have the family he wants.

Yangha's dream, have always been Daejung, this can also easily be solved. Allowed Youngdal to take revenge on Yoon Tae Jun and Go Bok Tae, he will be the heir to take over, however his dream is to marry his girl and live elsewhere he can just hand Daejung over to Yangha.

Dongsoo's dream will then be fullfilled.

To those who keep thinking that YD will give JH away to YH just because he now knows that YH is his younger brother, what is JH? I'm sure she's not a toy or any object to be 'given' to out of guilt. She's the one who chooses, and she already chose YD. If YD pushes her to YH, then she should slap him then leaves Sabuk and go find herself a more worthy man. She isn't safe in Sabuk though, because if she goes to YD, then she'll have to deal with Go Bok Tae and Pilsang, if she goes to YH, she'll have to deal with GBT, Pilsang, Yoon, and that new girl. Hm...2 vs 4, better to go with YD.

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then she should slap him then leaves Sabuk and go find herself a more worthy man.
THIS!

that hipotetical scenario when she ends up with YH becuse YD gives her away may work with any other female character but JH.
She won't allow it. that's it.

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That's our Sasuk girl.

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"JungHee just have to marry Youngdal and she’ll be rich, he’ll marry his dream girl and have the family he wants"

That's actually the perfect scenario for a lovely ending, but I have learned to hard way to not get my hopes high for a happy ending in korean melo. I just hope the writers don't kill any of the brothers at the end.

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I really wonder how things will be once Yang-ha realises the older two are his brothers. Knowing how he is, I really think he'll be in denial and reject it because he has no memory of his brothers and will think they're saying it to fool him. Dong-soo's reaction already killed me, now Young-dal's realising that Yang-ha is the baby brother who was taken from him.....can't wait to see that.

And yeah, Jung-hee will not tolerate being 'given' to Yang-ha like some kind of toy. She's made it clear so often just which one of the brothers she prefers. Though I don't know how happy Yang-ha will be to think of her as his sister-in-law...

The real problem in Yang-ha's life is that he has no friends. Dong-soo has his old squad and police mates, Young-dal has Jang-soo and Jerry, but Yang-ha has no one besides that awful actress who plays his coworker.

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We didn't really see Youngdal's reaction yet. I am curious of what will he do next. Will he approach him? Will he reject the fact?

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when finally they kisse and Young-dal know about Yang-ha
so like any drama Yang-dal will give up on Jung-hee for yang-ha but Can’t wait for reunion

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i would like to say even this drama is moving at a slow pace, it's really enjoyable. the male characters are strong. they dont do stupid actions and the female characters here are really good. no damsel in distress which is really good haha

as for this episode, i got really nervous when myungjae is betting over youndal's life. phewww. he is safe. i thought things gonna get more complicated.

and yay junghee stand up for herself. she knows her rights and what she said to yang ha after he is punched, kudos to her. *clapclap*

i actually pity yang ha since he is brought up without love, no close friends and no one to hold to. at least dong soo has shinhye, youngdal has his loyal gangster buddies. but to watch young dal's battle with yang ha, it is heartbreaking. they are distroying each others life without knowing they are siblings.

and for the kiss scene, i could't say anymore. my fangirl heart screams happily for the couple. and they actually kissed. yay! *didisoundperv?* LoL

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Hopefully, he will find in his brothers the affection he needs. I pity him too :(

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we got your JH back. Not that she was missing, but last episodes leave a feeling she was going to be the weak lead female character... but no she's not!
Go JH! Yes to JH telling both YD and YH to, just stop. yes to JH telling the Director Hyun she will take her case to court if needed. You know what yes to JH.

Now about YD and his revenge plot... I do think he isn't aware of one of his most dangerous enemies: Director Hyun. Since day one, he is the character who is less loyal. He is only loyal to himself and would do anything to achieve his goal.

That makes him scary, and more so because YD has no idea of what motivates this guy, who he is, his weakness... does he even know his enemy is right there?

Also about YH, my fear from the previous episodes is that instead of hurting others he would be the kind to hurt himself and now with the revelation about his previous suicide attempts I do wonder about his reaction when he finds out.

I can't wait to see what will happen next week.

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That's a sweet kiss, I must say, and so's HeadsNo2's reaction to it. ^^
Triangle may not that good of a show out there but every episode's cliffhanger makes me excited for next episode.

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<<<they actually kiss. Maybe this is my twelve year old self talking, but their lips move, and the action is reciprocal. (Mind = Blown)

Yes, yes! The fake kisses in k-dramas drive me crazy, and when they do it right, you find yourself excited like a 12-year old. (Though I think when I was 12 I shouted "Ewwww!" and covered my eyes, hahaha).

Now, I just want them to adopt Yangha into their brotherly circle. They can give up their revenge (living happily is the best revenge, because all those bad people are not worth an ounce of their energy), or start conspiring together, as a badass team of three. Just 'rescue' Yangha already, to give him a chance to feel loved for the first time, and then able to deal with all his demons...

And I want all three of them alive and happy at then end of the drama please.

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YES!!! They finally kissed. BTW here's the BTS of the kiss scene. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OgF8q8BRzl4

As for the rest of the show, I'm curious to see how Young Dal will react to Yong Ha in the next episode now that he knows the truth. I have a feeling we will have to wait till episode 22 for yong ha to find out who his brothers are since this show loves its cliffhangers. Get the smelling salt ready.

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They are cute together :) Those mosquitoes though...

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ahahahaha he called her a watermelon, I really laughed.

But those mosquitoes.....I feel bad for poor Baek Jin-hee, having to endure them while wearing a shirt skirt, they really should have put her in jeans so at least her legs weren't left exposed to bug bites.

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I seriously doubt that the youngest brother will be happy when he founds wait. If I were a writer, I will write smth in the lines of: Yang-ha will get even more determined to “beat” them – out of revenge for the less-than-happy life he had with adoptive-father dearest, the older brothers – especially Young-dal – will back down out of guilty (and since Kdrama/kmovies have soooooo many of these, maybe Young-dal will accept a beating from younger brother without fighting back *)…. I just hope, that after a few episodes of deep angst and many, many teary/guilty close ups of Young-dal, the 3 of them will decide to go together after the man who killed dad.

ps:I watch way too many dramas ......

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yeah he will NOT be happy about learning they are his hyungs.....

but I really don't want any of the brothers to die at the end.

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They finally kissed OMG!!! asdfghjk
Ok. Sorry. Time to read the recap.

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This revelation is going to be the turning point of this drama. I made many scenarios in my head before, but right now I have no clue of what wil happen next. My only wish is that this revelation doesn' make it worse for them.

Thanks for the recap Heads <3

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yes..… they KISSED. awwwww!

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That was a great kiss- we waited for it for so long and I did not expect that Jung Hee would actually kiss him back since most drama heroines do not. But of course she would when you think about it, she is not shy when it comes to him even if Young Dal took a year to hold her hand lol.

but I'm also annoyed at the jerk who left a spoiler about the kiss in the episode 19 recap. Dislike them, fine, just don't spoil the experience for fans..we like some things as surprises..

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Yeeeeeeeeeeeeeey!

Winning!

Kissing!

And finally telling Young-dal about his baby bro!!!!

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I always facepalm at the flashbacks. It is soooo....overused in this drama. When MBC announced that they'll be extending the drama, i wanted to reach into my screen and slap the writer. If they had done away with all those useless flasbacks, we could have had a tight plot that ends with 16eps. Not that i mind seeing more of Dalhee and Lee Bum Soo. I just dislike being treated like an idiot.

But if the extra eps will give us more OTP huggies and kisses, i will forgive you, writernim. Make sure Dalhee are glued together like remoras. Oh...and give Dong Soo a job. He's turning into a plot device and i feel indignant for LBS.

Oth...go Jung Hee!

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They kissed! Finally!!!!!!! I'm so happy they did it, and also so happy that it came towards the end of an episode where they were both awesome. It's a great kiss, too - I love that he pulls her a little bit closer while they're kissing, and that she kisses him back, and that they're holding each other instead of standing there like planks. (and it seems genuine, with some soul behind it, as opposed to seeming mechanical like even some open-mouthed kisses can be in dramas).

I've always liked Jung-hee, but didn't expect her to openly tell the brothers to stop fighting over her this ep, or - best of all - to actually threaten Asshole Hyun with a lawsuit for wrongful termination!! So unlike your normal kdrama heroine. I love her, and I love her and Young-dal together <3 I just really like all the female characters in this drama, barring Shin-hye - Boss Min is awesome, and I love that she's so protective of Young-dal, during the game it's obvious that the prospect of losing Young-dal worries her most of all.

And now, 2 of the 3 brothers know they're all related.... Yang-ha is going to have a breakdown when he finds out. (and Young-dal is most certainly not going to 'hand' Jung-hee over to him, Jung-hee has no tolerance for that brand of noble idiocy anyway).

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I'm. so proud of Jaejoong he is becoming a better actor day by day ?

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lots of thing can be resolves in the next 6 episode..i hope the writer really knows what he is going to do up till the end...
really want to see yang ha reaction about his brothers..
now that youngdal knew, i hope he and dongsoo can confront yang ha well...youngdal also should tell junghee about his family..so that girl wont be confused later on..

about the kiss..what can i say...it is so sweet and full of love...writer nim..you have lots of episode to insert skinship scene of dalhee..its better than watching flashbacks again and again..

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I get that Myung-Jae is supposedly a vicious mobster with honor, but he seemed too woosy when he lost and just walked away. The card game stand off would have benefited from more tension like “The Sting”. I’m hoping that Young-Dal’s gracious return of the building will turn up again later with Myung-Jae helping YD in taking down Chairman Yoon (non-violently.)

I agree that Director Hyun is the conniving one. He will do something to Yang-Ha to get YH out of the corporate way for good. YH will reject YD and Dong-Soo since he has no idea he had brothers. YD and DS will rescue YH in the face of YH’s rejection and then YH will understand what it feels like to have people on his side.

And then everything that Pungpung said:

"Youngdal’s dream and Junghee’s promise to grandma can easily be solved by marriage. JungHee just have to marry Youngdal and she’ll be rich, he’ll marry his dream girl and have the family he wants. Yangha’s dream, have always been Daejung, this can also easily be solved. Allowed Youngdal to take revenge on Yoon Tae Jun and Go Bok Tae, he will be the heir to take over, however his dream is to marry his girl and live elsewhere he can just hand Daejung over to Yangha. Dongsoo’s dream will then be fullfilled.”

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omygad!!! it's so nerve wracking here!

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I can't believe Kim Jin-soo thought that Chairman Yoon would make a good father. Hopefully he is seeing the error of his ways after the way Yang-ha was treated. Dong-woo/Yang-ha would have been better growing up with his brothers; they may have been dirt-poor but at least he would have been loved.

And THANK YOU for that kiss! I have been waiting 20 episodes for that.

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So many good things happened in this episode! DalHee kissed. The big revelation has finally been done~
Can't wait for next episode!

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they didn't need to talk, just hug ang kiss but we can feel their feeling....awww dalhee couple fighting!!!!!

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so true^^ dalhee couple fighting!

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