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My Secret Hotel: Episode 10

This is an episode packed with character developments (and regressions…) and focuses largely on the love triangle of Sung-gyum and the newlyweds. The male posturing continues, ranging from comedic and petty to crushing, and more than one heart is trodden on as things come to a head. Gestures only pay off when there’s already understanding, and for some of our characters, there may be a long way to go — but it’s up to them whether they crash, or hit the ground running.

We also get some significant revelations in our mystery, so we’re one step closer to solving it… or are we? (And would it be bad to say this week, I’m just here for the romance?)

EPISODE 10 RECAP

Sung-gyum asks Sang-hyo to recharge him. Apologizing in advance, he draws her in for a kiss, while in voiceover, Hae-young asks, “Shi-chan, what do I do now?”

We cut to the bar where they’re drinking, and Hae-young continues that this must really be the end, but Shi-chan has no idea what he’s talking about. Hae-young just downs more shots, and finally asks his friend to stay with him tonight: “I really…don’t want to be alone.” As usual, Shi-chan takes this the wrong way, lol.

Still outside Sang-hyo’s apartment, the couple slowly pull apart and Sung-gyum admits he thought that kiss would earn him a slap. He’s sheepish and reflects that he must have done pretty well, the cuteness of which makes Sang-hyo smile back.

He asks her if she really did get married for the sake of the hotel, or if she had lingering regrets about Hae-young. He reminds her of his earlier words, that if a man has a woman he loves, even if he falls off a cliff, he’ll climb up to find her again — and it feels like he’s hanging from a cliff-edge right now.

Sang-hyo assures him that she has no desire at all to start over with Hae-young. Sung-gyum beams in relief and the two laugh shyly together.

Alone in her apartment, Sang-hyo replays the conversation, but memories of Hae-young’s words intrude, about his sincerity in marrying her. She tries to shake them off, repeating to herself that she did it for the hotel. She vows, “I’ll go back to the time before I met you.”

An illusory Hae-young literally haunts her at every turn, calling her name, as she struggles with herself. She dissolves each apparition with fighting words — she won’t be taken in by him again. She climbs into bed and hides, when he calls out her name again — except this time, it’s no apparition. When she opens the door, drunk Hae-young spills inside.

Sang-hyo surveys Hae-young passed out on her couch with exasperation. She sits, watching him, her hand an inch from his face, when her phone rings. Moving away, she answers with a whisper and explains to Sung-gyum that she doesn’t want to disturb the neighbors, which surprises a laugh out of him. He wants to tell her something, but puts it off to say in person.

When they hang up, Sang-hyo grumps at her snoozing interloper. She flicks at his annoying hair and annoying eyebrows and annoying nose, but then relaxes into a smile at his sleeping face, before catching herself: “Nam Sang-hyo, don’t be fooled by this face.” Her eyes fall on her makeup scattered on the table and she rummages for an eye-pencil — LOL are you about to do what I think you’re about to do?

Sure enough, morning finds Hae-young wearing a drawn-on mustache, à la Clark Gable. Ahahaha! He wakes up and sees her, and asks what she’s doing there — she points out he’s the one in her house, and he realizes she’s right.

She’s heading out for work and tells him to eat the ramyun she made for him and scat. He remarks on how she’s remembered that he has ramyun after he drinks, which she quickly denies — she just didn’t want to waste rice on him.

Outside, Sang-hyo scolds herself for the ramyun, but remembers another morning seven years ago, when Hae-young guzzled down ramyun while she jokingly complained about how hard it was to cook (also: curry). He pulls her forward for a kiss over the table and tells her that’s why it’s so delicious.

Mooning over the same memory, Hae-young — still sporting the mustache — noms up his present-day ramyun with contentment.

At the hotel, Sang-hyo cheerfully greets her colleagues. She brushes off inquiries about the honeymoon and asks about absent Young-mi. Just then, Eun-joo comes along with… winking jjajangmyun boy? She introduces him as Young-mi’s replacement, Yoon Sung-min, but Sang-hyo still isn’t satisfied about Young-mi.

She’s shocked when Eun-joo tells her the truth, and angry that she was sent away in that situation, but the latter is firm on having done the right thing. Eun-joo tells her that everyone’s worked hard to settle their minds so she shouldn’t rock the boat now. She also confides that Young-mi wasn’t really a good person.

Sung-gyum glowers in his office, as Simon reports that he couldn’t find Young-mi’s pilfered necklace. In a flashback, we see Sung-gyum approaching the woman who sent him the mystery card about his dad: She reveals herself as Young-mi.

Sung-gyum asks her if she knows something about his father’s death. She gives a noncommittal answer that raises his ire, which only amuses her more. She thinks his anger is misdirected since she isn’t the killer. According to her, it’s true his father was murdered, but she doesn’t know the culprit is either, although she has her suspicions.

She claims to have a necklace (the necklace) belonging to the killer — a solid piece of evidence which will tell him, if he were to see it, who the killer is. But she’s not about to give it up for free. She leaves him with the words that someone else besides him is also after it.

Meanwhile, GM Lee arrives and Sung-gyum angrily upbraids him for not reporting Young-mi’s death, as well as for disclosing his private trip to the resort management. Lee offers a weak platitude, and Sung-gyum gets angrier. He asks if there is some other reason why Lee hid the fact from him, but the older man plays dumb.

Hae-young lounges in Sang-hyo’s apartment, admiring her improvement to his face. Full of curiosity about her home and life, he wanders around poking at everything. On her bed, he hugs her pillow… and then smacks it. Haha. He proceeds to have a human-marshmallow dance party by himself.

Shi-chan tells everyone at the firm that Hae-young’s in bad shape. He shares his suspicions about Hae-young’s romantic preferences, particularly that he likes Shi-chan. At this timely moment, mustacherrific Hae-young arrives with a cheery good morning, and greets the men with affectionate butt-smacks before heading into his office.

This leads to a whole round of extended misunderstanding as we view Hae-young’s general jubilations through the filter of “omg he’s gayyy,” particularly agonizing to Shi-chan, who thinks everything is a sexual advance. Oh my lols.

In the wedding planning office, Sang-hyo asks Kyung-hee to deliver some documents to Team Leader Cha, and Gi-chul looks nervous.

He follows Kyung-hee out, and offers to take it for her, since he promised to protect her. He whispers that Cha is someone she shouldn’t get close to, because if you cross him, you could get killed.

Alone in a meeting room, Kyung-hee holds back tears, until Cha joins her. She asks, sobbing, if he really did it, while he says nothing. She sinks to her knees, still crying: Detective Kim and sidekick Lee witness this curious tableau as they pass through.

Armed with his new intel, Detective Kim interviews Sung-gyum, who plays difficult. He masks his reaction when Kim asks about GM Lee and Hwang working with his father, and gives non-answers while the detective baits him with the information that Hwang called his mother. This is clearly news to Sung-gyum, and his consternation shows.

Next for the hot-seat is GM Lee. Kim asks him if he knew Sung-gyum’s father, Jo Min-tae. Lee pretends surprise at the connection between the two but Kim tries to blindside him with questions about Papa Jo’s death. Lee says he heard it was an accident, but is forced to admit that he benefited from the death by being promoted to the deceased’s former position.

Soo-ah meets up with Jung-eun, who wants to know the truth behind Hae-young’s marriage: Did Sang-hyo threaten her? She complains that doesn’t like either of them, but dislikes Sang-hyo more — at least Soo-ah has money even if her personality stinks. Soo-ah takes exception to that and sticks to the story about stepping aside for twoo wuv, and I love that she’s now firmly rooting for her unni. But she agrees about her personality — and knocks a glass of juice onto Jung-eun, whereupon things devolve into an all-out catfight.

Hae-young — how am I meant to take you seriously with that pencilstache? — gets a call about the two women and first claims not to know them, but loses this argument. He hangs up with a defeated sigh.

The disheveled women wait at the police station under Detective Kim’s vexed eye and quickly break into argument. Can we just agree both of you have rotten personalities? When Hae-young arrives, they clutch at him and tattle on each other, while Detective Lee marvels at his popularity.

Away from the detectives, Mr Popular forces them to make up by shaking hands. His work done, he leaves them behind. But he can’t resist, when Soo-ah asks what’s up with his face, turning back to tell them it was Sang-hyo’s handiwork. It cracks me up that Hae-young is the most adult of the three.

In his office, Sung-gyum speaks to his mother on the phone: Does she really think his father’s death was an accident? He doesn’t think so at all.

Sang-hyo finds him there and wonders if he looks so grave because of her. He lightens up with a joke but asks why she looks so down. On hearing she was thinking of Young-mi, he’s the second person to tell her she wasn’t what she seemed.

He surprises her by suggesting a ramyun-date at her house. He asks if she doesn’t trust Oppa (lol), and her jaw drops at the word. He promises he’ll only eat ramyun, not whatever she’s imagining.

MustacHae-young shops for flowers. He enthusiastically tell the florist he’s going to propose to his wife. When she asks about his face-art, he explains that it’s like Samson’s hair: Because of it, he has courage again.

He makes his way up to her apartment, happy with anticipation. But before he reaches it, Sung-gyum’s car draws up with Sang-hyo also inside. The smile fades from Hae-young’s face when he sees her laughing with his rival.

Sung-gyum tells her to go on ahead because he forgot something, and he’ll be right back. Hae-young watches their playful parting from around a corner. He looks disconsolately at his bouquet as Sang-hyo heads inside.

Meanwhile, Sung-gyum visits the same florist: It’s a special occasion since his girlfriend invited him to her home for the first time. While he waits, he smells with distaste the same flowers Hae-young liked.

Sang-hyo’s cross about the mess Hae-young left her apartment in. She runs around trying to clean up when her doorbell rings. She opens the door to flowers, and gushes over them. She enjoys their fragrance… until she sees the wrong man’s face on the other side. Derp. Hae-young lets himself in.

Sang-hyo tries to throw him out, but he settles in to stay. She drags him from the couch, but resisting removal, he runs away from her.

Sung-gyum is back with flowers — oh noes! They’re the same as Hae-young’s! Just as he’s about to ring the bell, Hae-young crashes out and they have an uncomfortable faceoff. Loool the first thing Sung-gyum does is reach for the ‘stache, which he absurdly flaunts. Sang-hyo comes out to finish ejecting him and it all gets (more) awkward.

Hae-young suggests they eat together, since they’re all here. He invites them in (’cause it’s his house, yo), and throws in a patronizing shoulder-squeeze for Sung-gyum. He settles himself lordishly in the center of the couch while Sang-hyo runs to pull up a bunny-beanbag for her boyfriend, as if he’s the unexpected guest.

Hae-young rubs in that his rival seems to be always one step behind him, like with the flowers. Sang-hyo still tries to get him to clear off but he loudly dissents: After all, she let him sleep over. He brags about that, as well as the mustache she drew on and the morning-ramyun she made. Sung-gyum struggles up from the beanbag (lol) while she tries to explain it isn’t what it looks like. He cuts her off, telling her he doesn’t need to hear any more — because he can see what a rude person Gu Hae-young is.

It’s Hae-young’s turn to be affronted. He points out that Sang-hyo married him, but Sung-gyum rejoins that they married out of love seven years ago: This time, it was only a wedding, and for the hotel’s sake. “Nam Sang-hyo and I decided to date regardless of that wedding,” he finishes, returning the patronizing shoulder-squeeze. When Sang-hyo repeats that he should leave, he’s finally sober and thoroughly crushed.

In his car, Hae-young wipes the mustache off at last. He vents his feelings by beating on the horn, while Sung-gyum watches pensively from the apartment.

Sung-gyum tells Sang-hyo that he doesn’t feel like dinner today, but he also doesn’t want to eat ramyun again — Hae-young’s jab about being a step behind hitting home. He leaves after a quick goodbye.

At home, Hae-young dwells on Sung-gyum’s declaration about dating Sang-hyo, while elsewhere, Sung-gyum dwells on the former’s words that he married her. Sang-hyo lies on her couch, pondering on the twin bouquets.

Detective Kim works on filling the spaces on his investigation board and gives us a round-up of key players: Sung-gyum, Jo Min-tae’s son; GM Lee, who got Jo Min-tae’s job; Hwang, who knew about it; Young-mi, who tried to reveal the secret. With only half the quartet remaining, Kim surmises that out of the two, one must be trying to hide the secret, while the other is trying to bring it to light.

The next morning, Sang-hyo is surprised to find Sung-gyum waiting for her outside her apartment. She apologizes for the night before, but he unwillingly recognizes that there’s something special between her and Hae-young — she even married him twice. But if she is really serious about not wanting to start over with her ex, he wants to help her: They’ll start by telling hotel staff that they’re dating.

The pair arrive at work together. Sung-gyum takes her by the arm and sets tongues wagging. Eun-joo hears and is on the warpath, but is cut short by Sung-gyum’s presence. He invites Sang-hyo’s department for a company dinner and includes Eun-joo in the invitation because he has an announcement she specifically needs to hear.

Eun-joo stomps into Hae-young’s firm and yells at him for not doing his job as a man, even when she got him married. The whole office listens open-mouthed. In quieter quarters, she questions his abilities. Soo-ah, also there, eagerly confirms that he has problems in the manhood department, which he vainly denies. What went wrong, Eun-joo wants to know.

She tells him about the announcement-dinner scheduled for tonight. “I don’t know about Nam Sang-hyo, but you were sincere about that wedding,” she tells Hae-young, and urges him to do something. He finds out the dinner venue from her.

Over drinks, the planning department pesters their boss for his big news, while Eun-joo keeps running interference to stop him. Suddenly, the room darkens and a spotlight hits the stage — where Hae-young has the mic. He performs a song — eyes on Sang-hyo — about falling in love at first sight, and it’s raw and impressive.

His song closes, and he tells the audience that he’s here to find the woman he loves, who was stolen from him. He addresses Sung-gyum directly, and asks him to return her. Sung-gyum says they already had this conversation: It’s over for Hae-young, it’s his turn now.

Hae-young disputes that — this song was his answer to yesterday’s words. He won’t give Sang-hyo up. A call starts in the crowd for Sung-gyum to respond with his own song. Sang-hyo remembers that he told her singing in public makes him choke up — she takes him by the hand and makes to leave. Sung-gyum, though, picks up a mic. Still holding her hand, he starts to sing, about an uncertain love that first becomes greedier, then consuming and fearful, and finally thankful — because she’s next to him smiling. His voice gains confidence: What he lacks in power, he makes up with feeling.

Sang-hyo is moved to tears, and looks at him with so much pride. As he finishes on the words, “I love you,” they smile at each other and he wipes a tear from her face.

Eun-joo tells Hae-young they’ve lost, and turns heel, leaving him alone.

COMMENTS

This has really been Sung-gyum’s week. For the first time, I began to root for him with Sang-hyo (although disclaimer: It lasted until 10 seconds later when Hae-young’s voice breaks over “my heart hurts so much”). Because he’s so inscrutable, it makes it difficult to know how real he is, but he’s put his heart into her hands now, which feels like a big step for his character. Incidentally: There’s no real reason or evidence to think he’s not warm, but he just gives off that standoffish vibe. Being with Sang-hyo seems to tap into his softer, playful side.

This episode is bookended by his two big moments: the confession at the beginning and the song at the end. The confession was really hard for him: his nervousness, his palpable relief when she reassures him — it’s great to see him shaken up, and her given the power. The thing with power is that one person shouldn’t hold it all the time — it naturally needs to oscillate and shift between people. He starts off with with the upper hand, that’s why the equalizing is so gratifying — and then to actually see him voluntarily cede more of it away to her is even better. It’s more romantic than kisses, you know? Because it means trust. And trust is hot.

The song-challenge put him on the spot, but he put his nerves and ego aside willingly for Sang-hyo, which is a big deal. The best part is that she knows exactly how hard it is for him — moreover, only she knows, which multiplies the impact of his gesture. That look on her face! I don’t think she’s in love with him (still too much unresolved baggage), but she wants to try, and he keeps on giving her reasons: He treats her with the respect that Hae-young doesn’t seem to realize is necessary, and takes care to really listen to her. I think their sympathy really begins with their conversations, all of which manage to be heartfelt. So in a way, their relationship is built on communication, which contrasts with her connection with Hae-young, which while elemental and intuitive, has much more potential for (and history of) misunderstanding.

Hae-young is a brat for a lot of this episode. He knows what he wants but his disadvantage is that he doesn’t know how to achieve it: The problem with one-sided gestures is that they’re one-sided. This episode is proof that he needs to do something new: tired and tried gestures don’t mean anything to her since, a) she knows her own mind, so she’s not swayed by the “romance”, and b) if he’s done it all sincerely before but still left her, why should she trust the same again? It would help if he were better at respecting Sang-hyo as her own person — which reminds me: I had Heirs flashbacks when he asked Sung-gyum to “return” her. Because she is a parcel. Also: Why are you talking to him? Lakjdfl jlskfd TALK TO HER SHE’S RIGHT THERE!!!1

Let’s talk about the ‘stache. That ‘stache nearly brought me to tears. He wore it like a trophy all day, so gleefully — tangible evidence that there was hope. Wiping it off was accepting defeat. But if he wants to win Sang-hyo’s affections, there’s no point competing with Sung-gyum, because 1) dat guy is ripped, I wouldn’t fight him, and 2) right now, what she thinks of other men is irrelevant — what’s important is what she thinks of him, and this is the master-key to unlocking the problem of their relationship: if she could believe in him and he could be reliable…I don’t think anyone else would have the slightest chance.

As it stands, Sung-gyum’s worry is that Hae-young is in a (nominally) stronger position by dint of actual marriage, but that’s offset to an equal degree by how much Sang-hyo isn’t interested, even if she struggles. Battling with old feelings isn’t a really a “sign” (nor is drawing on his face): All it means is that it’s still hard — not that you want to go back. It’s hard because you want to go forward. I am really curious how exactly she will come back around to Hae-young, because right now, I almost don’t want her to: Choosing yourself in this situation isn’t selfishness, it’s self-preservation, and that’s a side I’m always on. To have a chance, Hae-young needs to figure out what went wrong the first time, and fix it.

On the investigation side of things, the show is feeding us answers a crumb at a time. Although Detective Kim’s narrowed his suspects down to Sung-gyum and GM Lee, I wouldn’t be surprised if there were multiple murderers with different agendas. GM Lee is shady but we don’t know anything from him except that Cha is his right-hand man — just benefiting from Papa Jo’s death isn’t conclusive. As for Cha, we’ll probably get more on what he’s hiding from Kyung-hee next week. On the one hand, he seems too straitlaced to be on the wrong side of the law, yet on the other, he’s certainly done some questionable things for GM Lee.

For our roundup: we found out that Young-mi sent the card to Sung-gyum, and that he knew about the necklace. Since it hasn’t been found, the big question right now is: Where is the necklace?

For now, all clues about the owner — and therefore killer, according to Young-mi — point (too obviously?) to Sung-gyum’s mom. A (woman’s?) necklace, which Sung-gyum would definitely recognize, along with her refusal to entertain the possibility her husband’s death wasn’t an accident — it might be a little too pat to be endgame, but it’s certainly going somewhere. I do think Sung-gyum needs some other reason to believe his dad’s death wasn’t an accident — the card and Young-mi’s words aren’t substantial enough to build such a strong conviction on. I hope this means he’s holding something back.

I really enjoyed what felt like a battle of the hardheads between Detective Kim and Sung-gyum. Both of them play clever and seem like worthy opponents, so let’s hope the case turns out to be satisfying, too. I wouldn’t say no to some twisty Machiavellian maneuvering — okay, Show?

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That "hanging off a cliff" line KILLED me. (Why do I ship the 2nd leads so desperately?)

Wait. I love Hae-Young too. AUGH! I feel for Sang-hyo. I always thought having 2 great guys wanting you would be heaven. But this proves it's hellish.

This is my favorite current show. I'm loving it.

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Maybe you like Hae-young too because he's kind of also like the second lead to his former self? I'm usually not the biggest fan of love triangles but I'm REALLY digging this one for that reason...

The only reason we know Hae-young is the lead is because the show has spent more time fleshing out his character and back story, not because of his relationship with modern-day Sang-hyo.

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Ripped guy or 'stached guy? What's a girl to do?

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LOL!!!

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Take the ripped one and draw a moustache on him!

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HERE HERE!!!!

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the dancing part in the office when he though HY was gay was hilarious, there should be more comedy parts in this drama.

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I love this show - it's like watching a screwball comedy from the 30s and I too love the OTP. I never ever thought I'd embark on a drama of 50+ episodes, but here I am watching Empress Ki to get more of Jin Lee-Han. What a great voice, singing but especially speaking.

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What an astute observation. I hadn't thought of it that way, but I can totally see it now as a screwball comedy. Have always loved those.

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It took the moustache and Clark Gable references for me to realize that you are right on the money! If this show was filmed in black and white instead of color, it would work just as well. Everything, from the way the plot is played out, to the way the characters and hotel (at least on the inside) look, is a sort of homage to the '30s American mystery movies. Good call!

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Great insights - thanks for the recap, Saya! And thanks to Odilettante for the Ep 9 recap (and the all-important abs screenshot)!

First off, I love that song, "Like A Child" - the lyrics were so fitting, and you could literally see Hae Young deflate as it went on (felt a teensy bit sorry for him, but that's what he gets for trying to be a show-off. He should know better than to try and impress Sang Hyo that way... oh wait, maybe he doesn't know her that well).

"The thing with power is that one person shouldn’t hold it all the time — it naturally needs to oscillate and shift between people. - good point. Perhaps this is why I feel like the Sang Hyo-Sung Gyum relationship is more real right now.

Hae Young keeps unilaterally declaring/pushing his sincerity onto Sang Hyo, pushing his way into her apartment, and jumping all over her bed. All his efforts backfire on him, despite getting support from Eun-joo, Soo Ah, Si-chan...

Sung Gyum only relies on himself, but as he said, he "did good"! I was super impressed when he came back to pick her up next morning, even though he must have felt pretty discouraged by what happened the night before.

On the investigation side: obviously the sick manager Kyung-hee and Team Leader Cha have/had something in the past. That, and she believes he's capable of killing. I'd say it's inconclusive, but I really hope that the killer is someone we know, and not just someone they bring in at the end, that we could never have guessed.

Rave: Soo-ah's redemption - since Soo-ah flung that juice in Jung-eun's lap, I'm much inclined to think there's hope for her yet!

Rant: my gripe with Sung Gyum this ep - why announce that you're dating Sang Hyo?! She went through with the "fake" wedding in order to save the hotel (and staff, including Sung Gyum) from the fallout of a double wedding failure, which would be a PR disaster. If Sung Gyum announces they're dating, that just undoes all her hard work. Plus, she's already done the post-wedding and post-honeymoon interviews with the press, so they would have a field day branding her as a con who'd do anything for her job. Come on, Sung Gyum, you're not that silly, are you? Please tell me you have a plan!

Random: LOL, I was reminded of YIN's curry rice too! They both take three whole minutes to make - a true labour of love! :)

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i think he means announce it to the staff, who largely know that the wedding wasnt real. in any case, i dont like how insistent he is about it. it's clearly coming from a place of insecurity, but still.

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not to mention that when they they proposed her that fake marriage using emotion as a tool(and we know personal intrest) that place was full of people so all knew it was fake and were backing to get into it for their own reasons as well..so a secret isin't,only for the media is so i don't think at this point someone will blab it when they wanted it in the first place to keep their jobs etc...
All the stuff knows is a fake wedding so it's not a wonder he wanted to tell "his people" this good news and why not,not having her a women in the shadow...
and can i say i totally hate that HaeYoung doens't do anything to his stalker friend...everytime i see her i want to smack her

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I really dislike love triangles lol I dislike them more when it's men fighting over women, it's very unattractive to me. I feel that Sang Hyo needs to make her choice and stick to it, by marrying Hae Young she created this conflict, no matter what she says, she needs to tell Hae Young clearly that she is not interested in a romantic union and end the marriage you cannot string them both along and that's what it feels like she's doing. I don't like how Sung Gyum keeps wanting to announce that they're dating but if she truly wants to date only him then she needs to go all in because at the moment she's hurting both of the men. I don't really understand why its all on Hae Young to fix the problems between them both, they both have problems with communication (even now Sang Hyo keeps things from Sung Gyum) and their break up seems to have been based on one large misunderstanding, even if he tried to explain this to Sang Hyo I don't think she'd believe him or be willing to listen because she finds it too painful. If they're ever going to get together it has to be because they both want to try and right now Sang Hyo doesn't seem to want to try.

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I was beginning to feel suffocated by the end of this episode. I was watching her contemplate the two bouquets of flowers and thinking, "If I was her, I would tell both guys to back off for a while so that I could breathe and figure out what I wanted to do next."

She very obviously has not gotten over her first love, but his immature antics and big gestures are not going to win her back - she needs to sit down and talk things over with him. He needs to figure out how to regain her trust, but neither of them are confident enough to just hash things out with each other.

As for Sung-gyum, he does come off as a knight in shining armor, but he's almost trying too hard. No matter what happens, he's there with a smile plastered on his face saying that everything will be all right. To me, that's not really reassuring - it's almost like he is ignoring the obvious feelings between his rival and his girlfriend, even though he does acknowledge the latent attraction that the two have for each other. I am not completely on his side, but I have to admit that if he was pursuing me, I would have a hard time saying no to him!

I don't know what to think - both men have an equal attraction for me, but like someone else mentioned, there is something just a bit offputting about Sung-gyum. He seems a little fake, and I still don't completely trust him, although I do believe that he's falling in love with Sang-hyo. On the other hand, in spite of his occasional immaturity, the fact that Hae-young wore that silly (but dashing) moustache all day pretty much won me over to his side. Like Saya said, "That ‘stache nearly brought me to tears. He wore it like a trophy all day, so gleefully — tangible evidence that there was hope." It did bring me to tears when he sadly wiped it off, but the horn honking let me know that he has NOT, in fact, given up!!!

So, as I said, by the time this hour was over, I just wanted to say, "Back off, boys" and insert some breathing room into the situation. I wish that Sang-hyo had the courage to say that, and that both of her admirers had the courage to give her the space and let the chips fall where they may. OK, I can breathe now!!!!

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We are the same. I spent the episode thinking that I would tell both of them to back off.

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But to her, there is nothing to contemplate. Not to mention, the least thing she wants is to spend *more* time with her ex-boyfriend. She knows what she wants and Hae-Young definitely isn't it. Admittedly, I think that she recognizes that she may have some leftover feelings for him, but she remembers how he didn't respect her career and dreams, she remembers that he abandoned her with a word of goodbye. Does she really want a relationship with such an unreliable guy, a guy who never acknowledged her efforts? Even if she has leftover feelings, what she wants is to leave those feelings behind, to get over it, and start over with another person. This is the reason Sang-Hyo didn't strike me as indecisive. If anything I got irritated at Hae-Young and her frenemy, because they don't seem to understand that when someone says no, they mean no. They try to force her into choosing otherwise, instead of respecting her decisions.

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I actually disagree with you a little bit in that I don't believe that she is positive about leaving her feelings for Hae-young behind and moving forward with Sung-gyum. I think that her head is saying "Sung-gyum" but her heart is still saying "Hae-young". There are lots of little clues in this episode alone - she still remembered that he liked ramen after drinking. She didn't immediately throw his flowers out the window, and she didn't even try very hard to throw him out when her boyfriend showed up. She has said several times that she is afraid of getting hurt again, which says to me that Hae-young is what she wants, but is too afraid to brave that nightmare again.

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Saya, your comments pretty much said everything I was thinking about this episode, but much more eloquently, so I won't say anything more except thanks so much for the recap!

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Thanks for the recap, Saya!

The one that owned this episode was the mustache - can't wipe the smile off my face just thinking about the smile on Hae Young's face. Giddy is good!

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The two girls at the police station:
1 is a spoiled brat; the other is a psychopath. If I get to choose, I'd offer up the latter one to be killed off next.
The two guys who are chasing her:
1 is self-centered; the other is mysterious. Both are reforming bcos of her. How to choose? Well, the mysterious one is more well built n has better abs. ;)

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idk, haeyoung really irritated me in this episode.

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he is such a man-child

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Same here - Hae Young got on my last nerve this episode. He trashes her apartment, he forces his way back in (twice in 24 hours) he thinks a bouquet or a song can fix everything, and that he can ask SG to hand her over, as if she was a sandwich...! And then there was the tattling to SG about the nighf before, as if it wasnt all his drunken fault, and the honking tantrum in the car just to let everyone know how upset he is. Really, he is just as selfish, immature and self-absorbed as Soo Ah.

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In a big way. I don't see what would be appealing about him. Saya is right, he still doesn't give SH respect and that's at least a part of what drove them off the rails the first time. It's all about what he wants, waaaaaaaaah. Big baby.

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I have to say I am really enjoying your thoughtful recaps. Thank you!

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Darn it why can't this be a normal show like I hate the one and love the other........ I love Sunguem no wait maybe I love Hy gosh show make up ur mind........ ? my mind is made up I'm with HY all the way ..... Who do u choose ???????

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I think we are all forgetting a vitally important thing here...do you guys remember in the first 2 episodes when his stalker commented on how much work she had put into breaking those two apart? This piece has yet to be fully revealed.

I'm all for the strong woman theme here but, umm, let us be real. This girl loves her husband. I get the distinct feeling that she is trying just too hard. Yes, she likes him but the trying she is trying seems to be so that she can forget her husband and punish him for all that happen. Remember that it was just before his wedding that she was going crazy over him and the thought that he was getting married. She only consented to the marriage after that lady who had cancer spoke to her. This means that up until that point, her heart was still entangled. Finally, it was when she saw his sincerity, that there was a real possibility of her falling completely for him again, that she began to really stick with the Director. My preliminary conclusion, stated once again, is that her reactions to the Director are based upon self-preservation and not that deep love

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Okay I second everything here! Also, when she agreed to date Sung-gyum I had a distinct feeling that she really was using him as some sort of rebound - a way to get over Hae-young and prove that she can move on the way he already has. And I think it's part sloppy writing and part self-preservation that now she isn't ready to really sit down and talk with Hae-young. She needs to do that whether it's to discuss their issues or to tell him she really doesn't want him anymore and they should move on in life. Sang-hyo was never really ready to do that, and if she really did want him to stop with his pursuing, then that's her first step. I've pointed it out before but I see a whole lot of fear. She's scared she'll give into her feelings but doesn't want to get disappointed by him again...

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I agree with the both of you! I really like Sang-hyo as a character but I think that what she's going to Sung-gyum is actually really cruel. I don't even mean that because we all know that the relationship with Hae-young is the end-game even though she would undoubtedly cause him pain when that time comes. I mean that she' not over this whirlwind relationship from her past that is still very much her present, the responsible thing to do would be to cut everyone out... she wants to get over Hae-young? Well, she needs to get her s**t in order before she can be a reliable partner to anyone. No matter how great and wonderful the guy is and how good he treats you, if you truly respected them you would go to them in earnest even if that means telling them that you need more time. For all the energy she spends claiming to not want to be a princess or Cinderella she sure is willing to let SG take the role as his knight come to save her (emotionally) distressed self.

I don't hold that against her, like others have said, it's self-preservation. A lot of people would behave the same way; that's what a rebound is, after all. I think she may be very grateful and happy to have SG in her life and she may WANT to love him but she never will. The fact that a seven year separation hasn't been enough time for her to get over her ex shouldn't just say something, it should scream it.

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on Jung-eun and how she broke them up I am guessing she was behind the air ticket Sang-hyo found in the empty apartment. From what we have so far we know the guy didnt tell Sang-hyo he was just going back to Korea for work becasue if he saw her face he couldnt bring himself to go, we also know he didnt leave the air ticket because he came back expecting her to be there, so why leave a ticket in the first place? Thus we have the both of them thinking they the one who left the other and so on....I would also say if he asked Jung-eun to pass on the message he was heading back to korea to Sang-hyo..then he has zero understanding of women

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I tend to go quite easy on Sang Hyo, 'cos she's our heroine and all (not to mention an awesome gal), but I'm in two minds about whether she's being unfair to the guys. I think she's being as honest as she can with them. Whether she's being honest with herself is a different matter.

I kind of agree about the self-preservation thing. She's deluding herself that things are over with Hae Young and that she re-married him purely for the sake of the hotel, but I want to give her the benefit of the doubt - she's clearly told both guys that she wants to start afresh with Sung Gyum, she accepted his kisses (and it was more than just a typical chaste peck on the mouth), and she doesn't try to seek out Hae Young - it's the other way around entirely.

I think it was just bad timing that after 7 long years, Sang Hyo met a man she felt she could really like and start over with - but then Hae Young came back into her life and complicated everything.

Sung Gyum is no fool either. He knows what lies between Sang Hyo and Hae Young, and even acknowledges it to be a "deep bond". He's honest about the fact that it scares him, but he's willing to take a chance anyway.

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Thanks for the recap!

THIS: "I had Heirs flashbacks when he asked Sung-gyum to “return” her. Because she is a parcel. Also: Why are you talking to him? Lakjdfl jlskfd TALK TO HER SHE’S RIGHT THERE!!!"

Thank you so much for mentioning this; this is the moment I was chose to root for Sung-gyum because it was terrible. How could he talk about a girl he loves so much like that?! I think Hae-young needs this though so he can get over his assumptions that he knows how to take care of Sang-hyo. The problem is that the guy showing him how doesn't leave any room for him to win her back :). On the other hand, Sang-hyo is way too careful around Sung-gyum.

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I loved the scene in the restaurant, because it highlighted the difference between the two men.

Hae Young is showy, and dramatic, and sings a song to everyone which amounts to "Hey look at me", and then caps it off not by appealing to Sang Hyo, but to her boyfriend (as if Sung Gyum is what's keeping Sang Hyo from coming back to Hae Young. Ah, self-delusion.)

Sung Gyum sings a quiet song to Sang Hyo which lays his feelings bare for the woman he loves.

Hae Young depends on his looks and charisma (and he is very attractive, with that tousled hair, those bedroom eyes, and those full lips.) Sung Gyum is banking on his sincerity (he is also attractive, with a lovely smile and killer physique, but not quite as charismatic as HY.)

I like that they play Sang Hyo as being physically attracted to HY in a palpable way - but pulling away from him because he is just not good for her, and going to the man who doesn't make her heart flutter quite so much, but who makes her laugh, and will be good for her.

Of course, Sung Gyum is the second lead, so I'm trying to prepare my heart for the feels when he gets edged out by HY. ::sigh::

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I totally agree with everything you said! I think he's intention was to show that he's willing to fight for SH but he just doesn't realize that his opponent isn't SG but SH herself. He chose to do it in a very immature way choosing a "grand gesture" over a sincerity. His whole logic is screwed by self-delusion, immaturity and plainly not really knowing who SH really is.

I would also add as a devil's advocate that he MIGHT have chosen (as wrong as it is! Ugh, women are not possession and objectifying them is not OK) to appeal to SG then SH because it's the safer choice. To ask SH to come back to him is to put himself fully out there and make himself completely vulnerable when he truly has no reason to believe she would accept him. Asking SG to "return her" (UUUUGGGHHHHH) is stating his intention and taking a chance but from a less vulnerable position.

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To ask SH to come back to him is to put himself fully out there and make himself completely vulnerable

Good point. I mentioned on another thread that I think Hae Young loves her like he's stuck in his 20's - I think that the unsuccessful marriage made him emotionally stuck, so that he's really afraid to move past his immature past self, because he might discover that he wasn't the wronged party after all.

Honestly, I think Hae Young and Sang Hyo really don't need to be married to one another - clearly, their goals and values are wildly different, and their (admittedly hot) attraction for one another will not automatically overcome those sort of obstacles.

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I totally agree! I think they way he's going around right now they would still fail! They're both so immature that unless they are able to become adult in the way they approach each other and their relationship then this second chance at "happily ever after" would end just as poorly as the first. Because HY is not the only emotionally stunted one.

From what we know of their previous relationship it seems like they're biggest problem was that both of them were unwilling to compromise. At the end of the day I don't think HY was so adamant about being in NYC and SH about staying in Las Vegas since they both ended up in Seoul a few years later. If they had been a little more mature and/or had had a relationship based on respect and companionship (let's say "on top of" and not "instead of" firey passion... since we all want some hot hot lovin' in our lives) then they could have solved that issue. Because, had they been willing to put their pride aside and listened to the other person, they would have been able to figured it out.

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For me, the thing is that we are shipping a stalker instead of a considerate person. Dear ladies, imagine your BF from 7 years ago that lost contact with you, and you find him after all that time in your workplace, and then he self-imposes you and hijacks your dates with your actual love interest. Does that sound fun?, I don't think so.

On the other hand, it must be hard to date someone in your workplace.

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For me, the thing is that we are shipping a stalker instead of a considerate person. Dear ladies, imagine your BF from 7 years ago that lost contact with you, and you find him after all that time in your workplace, and then he self-imposes you and hijacks your dates with your actual love interest. Does that sound fun?, I don’t think so.

Hmm...it's a little different when it's an ex-husband instead of an ex-boyfriend, especially when the two of you ended without closure. (And it's clear that she still has feelings for him, though she's older and wiser. Her body language around HY is totally different than when she's around SG - and I say this as a second-lead shipper.)

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I feel like I've said everything I wanted to in the last episode's recap so I won't say too much. Just that Hae-young is childish but so darn sincere and for that, I love him and feel hurt whenever he cries.

I do wish he learns his lesson and go about things differently in trying to win back Sang-hyo. She still loves him - clearly - and he needs to understand that he doesn't need to make her fall in love with him all over again. He just needs to gain her trust. When he realizes this and finds a way to achieve it, no guy can ever be enough to stop her from returning to him.

Still loving the show, even if I'm not as into it as I had been in the first few episodes. But I'm incapable of being in love with two things at once - literally. So now that I'm so into SSL, I guess this one takes a back seat. Lastly, that QIHM's reference! I think I'll rewatch that because heavens that drama was just love.

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You are so right - it's a trust issue. If he can get that back from her again, it's game over! And I also loved the QIHM reference, although I didn't make the connection while watching the episode!

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Nam Goong Min is a pretty good actor, attractive and as stated above ripped, but I cant stand Sung Gyeom right now. Everyone's shipping these two but never once have I considered it, and why? Because he seems to be the exact same character from INR3 whom I didn't like then as well. Hae Young is silly and cocky though I wouldn't call him immature by the way he's handled things with Soo Ah, but I'm still not seeing where he went wrong. Other than him leaving for work, I don't see where she should be treating him like this, and for that, I feel bad for him, having to suffer through her inability to figure out where her true heart lies.

This is what I also feel with DoR however I feel sorry for Ha Jin and his ultimate breakup, while I just want Sung Gyeom gone, ASAP.

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um I think you missing that he left her without telling her where or how long he be gone, yes they had talked about his going back to work, but he put the blame as her fault that he had put his work on hold, when she would have been totaly understanding of him heading back to work, it was not if he would not be coming back, instead they get into a fight with the shall we break up ending..and the next day or whatever..there he was gone and no explaintion but an air ticket on the table..what else was she to think but he had followed through from the fight and indeed left her? and she did wait for him..again we do not know for how long, so when he comes back he find her gone..and of course thinks the same as he did, that she had followed through with the threat of breaking up..I am guessing Jung-eun behind the misunderstanding and air ticket..

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Hae Young needs to have a long conversation with his wife, pronto. He also needs to think about why they failed the first time and work on the issues they have. So far, he is just wandering around, whining like a spoiled child...this is not very mature or attractive.
It is a pity because I adore Jin Yi Han and was anticipating so much to see him in a leading role. But the writers are making difficult to fall for Hae Young...awww, all that wasted sexyness.

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The show is really good so far. Hoping rest of it is just a great.

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At this point in the drama my OTP is Sang-hyo and Netflix, chocolate, icecream, girl time, what ever the girl needs to get some major "me time" going. If she were to ditch both men and focus on herself and actually get over that sucky relationship of her past that would make me so happy.

Sung-gyum is such a nice guy. He's great on paper but in reality he comes across as a "chicken soup" type of guy. Aka: warm, inviting, relaxing, good for you but pretty insipid and bland. There is absolutely nothing exciting about chicken soup. Hae-young, he clearly has a very strong connection with SH that has a lot of potential but he barely knows her past-self, let alone her present-self. No matter how much he loves her (it's obvious it's a lot) he is still too immature, impetuous, selfish and self-absorbed to really be a good partner to her anyway. Considering SH's not perfect either (she may be driven and responsible but she's also pretty immature, proud and not very communicative) a relationship with either men would not go very far.

I think that her relationship with HY has the most potential... I mean it's been 7 years and she's still not over him, that says a lot. Considering how short their relationship truly was I find that tidbit kind of unrealistic but w/ev... I'll let it slide because draaaamaaaaa (*jazz hands*). I just think that even though it wouldn't be as entertaining, what they really should have done is start over as friends. That's HY's biggest fault (and even though I totally luff him it's why I can't really root for him until he changes), he assumes that their passionate love will enough when it's just not. If you don't have a strong foundation it doesn't matter how much you love each other, you're not going to last. Your house will crumble at the first sign of a tremor... it's what happened the first time around and it's what's happening now. Perhaps we're supposed to believe that since they've already has their first relationship that they do have that foundation but I don't buy that. They got married almost immediately after meeting and moved in together where, it seems, they oscillated from being in post-marital-lovey-dovey bliss to arguing constantly about their future, adult-life... when, exactly, did they get to know each other?

If HY were to suddenly act like a grown adult and show he's serious about SH because he wants to GET TO KNOW her before attempting anything more then I'll get on that ship. For now I'm still rooting for Netflix.

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At this point in the drama my OTP is Sang-hyo and Netflix, chocolate, icecream, girl time, what ever the girl needs to get some major “me time” going.

Bwahahahaaaa! ::high fives you::

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I change my answer to Netflix too!

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Team Netflix!

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Hae Young and his mustache moments were cute, but I realized how overbearing he has been to Sang Hyo. It became glaringly obvious in this episode.
He's pushing his feelings on her when she does not want to give him a second chance. It's all HIM HIM HIM and what he wants.
Sang Hyo had a few times when she thought of him kindly, but it doesn't look like she wants to be romantically involved. She's not ready or she's trying to protect herself from getting hurt again.

From the last episode to especially this one, I've noticed how charming Sung Gyum could be and how he could be a really great match with Sang Hyo.
Seeing him sing in front of the restaurant audience despite his fear was captivating. Incredibly sweet scene even though I had moments of pity whenever Hae Young's dejected face came across the screen.

I enjoy the mystery part of this show and I would like to see more of it! Maybe they are slowly dragging it out so it can be revealed near the end.

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I totally agree with the restaurant singing scene comments. The fact that he sang in spite of his fear meant so much to Sang-hyo and you could see that while he was singing, she totally forgot that anybody else was even there! On the other hand, while Hae-young was singing directly to her, all she could think about was that he was embarrassing her in front of the other people in the restaurant - she was super aware of everyone around her. Poor guy - he has good intentions, but terrible ideas on how to carry them out!

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That bar is getting some intense loving from dramas. It's already been in Fated To Love You and Discovery of Romance.

Thanks for the recap!!

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I hope that this drama would be different from all yhe "getting back to your ex" drama because I really want SH and SG to end up together. I'm starting to like Soo ah too. And for Hae young, well, you had your chance :)

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It broke my heart when he erased his mustache. And yes this episode let me root Sung-gyum. Now I wonder what Hae-young will do now. I hope he will not use the fake wedding to force her to be with him.

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I think GHY might have left SH a letter with the plane ticket, maybe an I'll be back and i love you letter, but it was intercepted by the stalker-girl????
Just an idea, since he said early on that she never waited for him.
I do think GHY is impetuous and immature but I think it's more sweetness than self-absorption. I understand SH's reluctance to fall for him again, however, that moustache makes all rational thought VOID.
I love this dramaaaaa. Waves *jazz hands*

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You might be right. It is too weird that he left without a word...anyway, I hope it is like this. I would love to see them together again :D
And I also loved the moustache!!! Jin Yi Han is so sexy <3

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Stalker girl definitely did SOMETHING though I feel like her just stealing a letter may not be enough. I'm thinking that HY asked her to relay the message to SH and she not only didn't but ended up lying to further her cause? Or, she found out that SH was taken to the hospital because of her collapse but didn't tell HY about it? She must have done something MORE.

I totally agree with you about the power of that moustache, though! I was giggling through all his scenes, it was so cute! His love for her is very sweet and perhaps that's aided because of his immaturity. I do think he's a little self-absorbed but I don't think that's a bad thing, though. After all, aren't we all? The good thing about the drama is that it has a good way (read: heartbreaking way) of bringing HY down a couple of notches every time he gets too delusional about how things truly stand with SH. I really hope the bar scene is the kick he needs to realize he needs to start approaching her as an adult and a friend if he's going to get anywhere.

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well Hae Young was so friggin adorable that Sang Hyo can have Sung Gyum (pheef, did I get those names right without checking a million times? ) cause we are going to share Hae Young. well you know, just to prove he is not gay. it is an honorable and noble mission, you know. What???

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Lol, count me in!

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Me too! That moustache totally made me fall in love with his cuteness!

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I dunno about Hae Young (he's so childish), but that actor is drop-dead gorgeous in this role. ::fans self::

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HEY GUYS!!!!

I need some homework help….

I’m a grad school student doing the initial stage of what will be a research paper on the information-seeking behavior of the foreign drama community, particularly East Asian dramas (Korean, Japanese, Taiwanese, etc)

Could I get a few of you to give me some brief statements on
1. How you got into dramas
2. Where you get your information (besides here ;) ),
3. What information you look for (Actor gossip? Release dates? Filming photos? Reviews? Language learning help (to not need subs, or to help sub etc)? Where to download/buy subbed versions?
4. How the language barrier (if you have one) affects your experience searching for information

PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE :)

Thanks! this is just the initial info-gathering stage, I’ll probably have a more official survey I’ll send out to a bunch of sites later on…

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This would probably be better left in an open thread. :)

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Thanks for the recap Saya.

Yes indeed Hae-young was a brat this episode and generally acts like a man-child with Sang-Hyo and Sung-Gym.

I sure hope that the intel and clues Detective Kim discovered in this episode hinting at Sung-Gyum being the murderer are convincingly refuted soon and only amount to being a red herring.

Sung-Gym's reply to Hae-young's song challenge ---> :)

I knew going in that Sang-Hyo and Hae-young are the OTP in MSH. Still, I wish it was the other way around with Sung-Gym being the end game.

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I sure hope that the intel and clues Detective Kim discovered in this episode hinting at Sung-Gyum being the murderer are convincingly refuted soon and only amount to being a red herring.

I dunno. I think it would be hilarious to have the sergeant be right after getting mocked all series for saying SG was the killer. ::laugh::

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Yoo Inna is smoking hot.

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I'm only on Hae-young's side, and for this reason. Sung-gyum couldn't be any more boring if he tried. I honestly can't get through scenes with him in it. It's like looking a brick wall, only the brick wall has more feelings. Hae-young's where it's at, even when he's childish. NGM should stick to shows where he doesn't have to show emotion. I wasn't even moved by his song at the end. I actually rolled my eyes because it, in my opinion, was him playing a game not being sincere. I haven't, in the course of this whole show, felt that his feelings are in any way genuine (even if they are). Go Hae-young, GO!

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Hong Jin Young will not be pleased LOL... Love NGM and Yoo Inna together ..o i wish they were OTP

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Arghhhh I so want to love this drama but I feel the writing is getting worst. I've became less interested in the romance. I just plainly don't like SG (there is something about Nam Gong Min's acting that's just doesn't appeal to me, even as second lead), and HY, although I'm rooting for him, he is getting more and more childish and annoying. Such a shame though since Jin Yi Han has such a great chemistry with Yoo Inna.

Watching this just because I've started and came quite a long way... Just wanted to know how it ends :-/

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What is the song name that sung gyum sing in the singging battle? The one that hy song is the song from jpy called honey. How about the song that sg sing?

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