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She Was Pretty: Episode 16 (Final)

Life as a supporting character isn’t all that bad… and sometimes if you pay attention, the supporting characters have the best stories of all. We all get to choose whether or not to be the supporting characters in our own story, or if we aspire to be more. And that’s really what She Was Pretty has been about all along — learning to play the leading role in your personal life story, and living your life in your own spotlight.

EPISODE 16 RECAP

A young Hye-jin gives a presentation in school, all about her dreams of being a writer of children’s stories. Adult Hye-jin says in voiceover that people ask you your dreams when you’re young, but as you age, fewer people ask. Holding onto your dream until you become an adult isn’t easy.

But before she forgot her dream entirely, she was given a wonderful opportunity — to join a group of writers on a year-long project. She’d left her job and pursued her dream, though it meant leaving her best friend Ha-ri and her fiance, Sung-joon, behind for a while.

The writers are very accepting of her, and love her fresh ideas. She keeps in frequent touch with Sung-joon as he wraps up his business in the States, and they even eat “together” through video calls. They miss each other terribly, but their love stays strong through their separation.

Slowly, as it stops being necessary to maintain a professional image, Hye-jin stops covering her bright complexion with makeup and her vicious curls grow back in. She gets a call that someone has arrived in town, and rushes on her bike to meet them. Aww, I was hoping it was Sung-joon, but it’s Ha-ri, taking a break from school to see her friend.

Ha-ri notices how happy and at peace Hye-jin is here, though Hye-jin gives Most all the credit. Without having worked at Most, she wouldn’t have met her mentor and gotten this offer.

A pickled radish makes Hye-jin smile sadly — for some reason, she thinks of Shin-hyuk and their final goodbye, when he’d hugged her and whispered in her ear. He’d asked her to think of him… not all the time, since Sung-joon would get jealous, but whenever she sees a pickled radish. Hee, that’s so Shin-hyuk.

After seeing Ha-ri off, Hye-jin tries to call Sung-joon but his phone is turned off. She tries to video chat him that night, but he’s still not answering, which isn’t like him. She tries texting him, worried that the little cold he mentioned earlier is more serious than he let on.

In the morning she’s still gotten no reply, and by now she’s worried sick. She spends the day distracted, calling Sung-joon’s phone repeatedly, but it stays turned off. She’s sent to pick up the illustrations for their book, and on the way her over-active imagination kicks in. She imagines Sung-joon with a terrible fever, passed out and alone, or stuck in his car in the pouring rain with a panic attack.

She tries calling Sung-joon one more time, and finally he answers. Hye-jin peppers him with questions, but he just says that her pink sweater is pretty today. Wait, what? And then he’s there in front of her, and Hye-jin runs through the rain to hug him, not caring that she’s getting soaking wet. She literally climbs him like a tree, as he grins happily.

They find shelter in a cafe, and Sung-joon says that he felt like he was dying from missing her, so he decided to surprise her with a visit. Even better, he’s gotten all of his business settled and is back for good. He jokes that he just couldn’t be cool enough to wait a whole year, so he’ll wait here for her to finish her project.

When she asks about his job, he says with shifty eyes that she’ll have to support him. Why do I think he’s pulling her leg? Freaking out, Hye-jin does some quick calculations, but Sung-joon was pulling her leg, and he says that he already has a place to stay and a job lined up while he looks for a permanent home.

Awww, he’s the new Chief Editor of Most! The team are thrilled to have him back, and further shocked to hear that former Chief Editor Kim is getting married. HAHAHAgasp, she’s found herself a hot young Italian model — that’s awesome, especially when he calls her “noona” in his Italian accent.

Seul and Joon-woo are still dating, and they go out for a little coffee and PPL. At mention of Sung-joon, Seul pouts that she’s jealous, clearly angling for a proposal of her own. Joon-woo is endearingly dim as usual, but he cheerfully agrees that of course they’re getting married. Within the year, in fact. It’s cute that suddenly it’s Seul who wants to keep things small (and inexpensive).

Back at school, Ha-ri has been kept busy fending off a younger man, but he continues to contact her and bring her coffee while she’s studying. Aww, he’s adorable.

Hye-jin prepares to go home to see her family for the night, and tells her mentor that it’s a very important day — today is the day she keeps a promise to herself. When she gets home she hears that Dad went to the bathhouse, and gapes when he’s followed in by Sung-joon. HAHA, this is where he’s staying?! Sung-joon is all wide-eyed innocence as Hye-jin’s whole family defends him from her fury for keeping this secret, and he jokes that he had to stay here, because he always obeys his elders.

During dinner Hye-jin gives her father a bank book, saying that it’s money she saved to buy him a new printing machine. Her parents tell her to keep it for her marriage, but Sung-joon sweetly says that she doesn’t need to bring anything to their marriage but herself. Hye-jin persists until her father reluctantly accepts the money.

Sung-joon watches Hye-jin do the dishes adoringly, and pats her hair and tells her she’s pretty. He kisses her forehead, and the both dissolve in giggles at the idea of kissing in her parents’ house. When Sung-joon waggles his eyebrows and talks about feeling “that newlywed feeling,” Hye-jin hip-bumps him clear into the next room. So cute.

Hye-jin sleeps on Hye-rin’s floor while Sung-joon takes her room, but she scoots over to slide the door open between the rooms — to see Sung-joon on the floor right in front of her. They get all giggly again and hold hands through the doorway, and go to sleep like that.

Sung-joon drives Hye-jin back home the next day, and she finds that her parents slipped a different bank book into her purse with a note. It says that they couldn’t help her pay for college, so they’ve been saving for her marriage for ten years.

Awww, they had the money for a new printing machine all along, but her marriage was more important to them. Hye-jin bursts into tears, and Sung-joon says how happy he is to be joining her wonderful family.

Sung-joon hasn’t changed much, and walks into Most reading his tablet and tossing out a distracted “good morning.” He goes into his old office out of habit, where Reporter Cha — now Deputy Editor Cha — has to kick him out of what’s now her office.

The bright-eyed new intern asks if Ten was really a part of their team, and Joon-woo assures her it was true. They all miss Shin-hyuk, and wonder where he is now.

We catch up with him, busily working on a new novel in a hostel somewhere in Europe. He still wears the knitted beanie he conned Hye-jin into buying for him. A fellow traveler recognizes him as Ten, but Shin-hyuk pretends he’s not, and tosses his rubber spider to the guy just to see his reaction. Never change, Shin-hyuk… never change.

Hye-jin is called “Writer Kim” for the first time, and decides she likes the sound of that. Their book is published and we see the title: “The Story of a Peeping Girl.” It’s a throwback to her first meeting with Sung-joon as children, where she’d seen the peeping girl in the puzzle he was working on, and now she nearly cries to see her name listed as one of the authors.

Sung-joon really hasn’t changed, and terrorizes his team during their meeting. They all snarl behind his back, but then he passes out wedding invitations, and everyone gasps in surprise. But if it’s shocking that he’s getting married, it renders them speechless to see that the bride is their own Hye-jin.

Ha-ri invites Hye-jin out for dinner on the eve of the wedding, and jokes that someone might get mad if she keeps calling Hye-jin “wifey.” Ha-ri has her own news — she got a job at a nearby hotel, all on her own merits. After dinner, Ha-ri presents Hye-jin with a garland and bouquet of flowers that she made herself, and they take pictures together.

And then it’s Sung-joon and Hye-jin’s wedding day, and they both look nervous and happy. They walk forward into their future together with love and confidence.

Some time later, we see Hye-jin hard at work in a little mini-library, surrounded by notes and books. She’s still working for the writers’ group, and Sung-joon comes in looking for a little attention. She’s too deep in concentration to do more than throw him a tiny kiss, and he complains that she’s not his “kissing maniac” anymore.

He slowly leaves the room whining loudly about how loooonely he is, and finally Hye-jin grins and closes her laptop. Sung-joon gets a mischievous glint in his eye, and drags her out of the room for some marital shenanigans.

Shin-hyuk’s newest book is published, which Hye-jin reads, and sees that it’s dedicated to “My best friend, Jackson.” She recalls him saying that he thinks they’re really good friends, and she cries happy tears thinking of their friendship.

Sung-joon and Hye-jin hurriedly pack a picnic lunch, and rush out the door. He makes her laugh at his horrible singing in the car, as in voice-over she repeats her original thought that some people are meant to live life as supporting characters.

But now she thinks that maybe it was herself who decided she was a supporting character, and that she gave up too easily and let life dictate her path. People say that life is not a fairy tale, but what’s wrong with dreaming of a life that is like a fairy tale?

Hye-jin and Sung-joon sit on a gorgeous hillside for their picnic, where he continues teasing her, this time about her cooking. Hye-jin continues that, if you don’t turn off your own spotlight, and don’t give up on your dream, then something that’s very like a fairy tale could happen. Such as finding a first love, and fulfilling a childhood dream.

The two lovers walk through the trees, and stop to kiss and cuddle while Hye-jin reads her latest children’s book out loud.

A few years later, a little girl skips through the rain in bright yellow galoshes, followed by her father carrying a very familiar-looking red umbrella. The two stop at a red light, and when the light turns green, the little girl crows happily, “It’s a go!” She has her mother’s ruddy cheeks and viciously curly hair, and it’s obvious that in her daddy Sung-joon’s eyes, she’s the prettiest little girl in the world.

COMMENTS

While I still think that Episode 15 could have been a nice open-ended finale, this actual finale episode was full of the cute and sweet closure I was hoping we’d get. There was some concern among viewers of twist endings or even tragic loss, but I’m happy that none of those things happened — instead we got to see all of our characters find their own little happy endings.

It’s strange because usually I feel a bit of a let-down when a show wraps things up a bit too neatly, but in this case I’m happy to see everyone get the ending they deserve. I try to avoid reading any articles or information about a show while I’m recapping it, so as to keep my perspective free from outside influence, but in this case I couldn’t help but hear some of the theories and become worried. So just this once, I’m giving the show a pass for giving us the slightly saccharine ending, because at least nobody died, am I right?

There were quite a few loose ends in this show that never were addressed again, though now I think that possibly, as a viewer, I was just giving the show more gravitas than it intended. Things like Sung-joon’s hinted-at eating disorder – which I suppose, in the end, wasn’t an eating disorder but just an extension of his tendency to forget to take care of himself when he’s focused. I mean, the guy drinks out of vases and walks into doors when he’s distracted, so it’s not hard to think that he’s just too preoccupied to go shopping. It’s a bit disappointing because I think the show could have been… more. But in the end, it was what it promised to be, and it delivered a sweet and lovely story about a pair of old friends how found each other again and found love. I can wish that the story had been deeper, and explored darker themes, but I can’t complain that we didn’t get exactly what we were promised.

I do admit that I’m happy that Hye-jin went back to her original look, because one of the best things about She Was Pretty was the message that pretty isn’t just on the outside, it’s also on the inside. Hye-jin didn’t need her childhood beauty or a fancy makeover to attract not one, but two good men to fall in love with her. Her inner beauty, her positive spirit and generous and loving nature, were what made her pretty to the people who could see beyond her (really, not that bad) looks to the woman inside who was completely deserving of love and adoration. And one of my favorite things about Sung-joon was that not once, not one time in the run of the show, did he make mention of her looks. Not when she got her makeover, and not when she went back to her curly hair and freckles. All he ever said was that she was pretty, which is the thing that proved to me that he was the right man for her. In his eyes, she was pretty, because he was never looking at her external looks, he was always seeing the beautiful person on the inside.

There’s not a lot to discuss plot-wise that hasn’t already been said, but I’m leaving She Was pretty feeling satisfied, and with a happy and contented afterglow. Sung-joon and Hye-jin’s love story was lovely to watch and fun to discuss, and I’ll remember them — and that adorable little moppet their love created — with a lot of fondness.

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I liked the finale & thought the final moment with Sung-joon as the adorable doting daddy was quite cute. However, I have to say the last few episodes weren't as fun as the beginning & middle. Perhaps it was Choi Siwon's departure. He added a lot of zip to the show & I missed that. The romance b/wn the OTP was endearing though so I won't complain too much.

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heheheh I agree with you. Although as of late, this drama has been one my recent faves (Yong pal was on my list until it crashed and burned like 8 episodes in). Haven't felt this addiction type of drama in a while. It did slow down, but who am I to complain with so many cute moments?

I keep re watching the first few episodes because it's that good. I also like watching SJ fall in love with HJ without realizing who she really is. You can see the difference in how he treats her, and with side little looks and gestures of kindness.

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I totally agree with you on the first few episodes. It definitely fizzled out toward the end. Was hoping that Ha Ri and Siwon would somehow get together but that was not to be...

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Tbh, I think most dramas are better in the beginning and/or in the middle. At least it's like this to me. Probably because at that time it's still super interesting and everything's just starting, but in the last few episode the story is coming to an end, everything is getting wrapped up (more or less) so it's less interesting. That's why I oh so often don't finish dramas even though I loved them at first. Bad habit of mine. This drama kept me interested throughout though so yeah, I'm satisfied :3

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"In his eyes, she was pretty, because he was never looking at her external looks, he was always seeing the beautiful person on the inside."

This show is one to beat in my heart forever ♥

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Thank you so much for your recaps, LollyPip! It has been so fun following this show. I will truly miss it.

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It's definitely pushed its way into my top three for sure. I love it!

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@Jyc,

Hear, hear!

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I'm so pleased with this show. I couldn't stop smiling throughout this entire finale, and it just left me feeling so nice and fuzzy and just GOOD. Thanks She Was Pretty for being a bright spot every Wed and Thurs.

Except...

WHY DID YOU HAVE TO END??? T_T

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Awwwwww.... Bn waiting for this recap like FOREVER!!!! Thanks.... Nice ending......

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Thank you for all the recaps dramabeans crews and for all the discussions we had during this drama fellow fangirls. Its been very nice :D

Anyway. Is there really peeping girl in the actual painting? I searched on google image and got confused. Wikipedia and some webs also never mentioned that hidden friend.

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Thank you for great recap! Loved this show! It is a wonderful escape for 16 hours! Enjoyed the ending with everyone happy!

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Shin hyuk :(

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I had this silly smiley face all of yesterday and today because of this finale... I usually don't like things wrapped up too nicely either, but with so many dramas with open endings and/or bittersweet endings this was the stand-off that dared to be quirky, fairytale-ish, and cute. I liked that about it. It sold as a romantic comedy and was a romantic comedy. I loved and cared about each character (even the minor ones) and I cannot say that about many dramas lately. This was a wonderful journey and I was left feeling all fuzzy and happy, so I have to say "Mission accomplished, She was Pretty" :)

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i had just broken up before this series began. even though this show actually made me cry when i saw the love between the two characters, it also taught me that my ex wasnt the kind of man i shld be crying over. it's so impt to be loved for who you are instead of how you look. this show will alw be a reminder of that.

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Oh no! BIG HUGG !! There ,there, the ex just made room for bigger and better things to come :) I wish you a happy fairy tale life :)

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Plot I give an overall B-. Felt like it was being stretched at times and there was more that could have been fleshed out, especially given that they had so many filler flashbacks. But for breaking cliches and maintaining a good message (and yes, ShinHyuk), I give an A+. That is my entire reason for sticking with the show. I feel like HyeJin in so many ways and truly appreciate how her story was treated.

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Subbed here tinyurl.com/nkwwcyy

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I was really dissapointed that shinhyuk got no screen time in the last episode. Since the main couple got together so early on in the series, I was really hoping that there'd be a twist where their relationship falls apart over time as it's something quite natural for a lot of people. But, alas kdrama's never entertain a second lead victory. In that regards, the drama did become quite boring after the main romance plot was resolved episodes ago.

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I suppose it has to do wit Siwon's enlistment. I imagine it's more ideal to have a longer break before doing so, so I commend him for working until then.

In any case, I'm relieved Shin-hyuk remained off-screen a lot in this finale because I thought his goodbye and parting with Hye-jin last episode was absolutely perfect. I didn't want that to be marred by any hoopla that could've happened in the finale.

I also really liked his declaration of Hye-jin being his best friend (although Hye-jin + Ha-ri forever!). I do believe that she was his best friend, and I'm all the more impressed with the writer for not only writing a solid friendship between women, but also one between a man and a woman.

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HA you should watch Fashion King. Actually don't, because you'll end up throwing your laptop to the wall and asking yourself why you wasted your time with this show. The one time where I never liked the 2nd lead at all.

But for Best Love, I really liked the 2nd lead (and the 1st lead), he was so earnest that even though I really liked the 1st lead, I couldn't help but feel sad for the 2nd guy. (Forgot their names since it's been a while)

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yea this is so true... i was really waiting for that plot twist :(

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The end was satisfying, I will say that.

I think I enjoyed the series till the OTP got together..I felt like Sung Joon and Hye Jin had more tension chemistry prior to finding out about each other. I still can't excuse how horrible Sung Joon was to Hye Jin before finding out, somehow knowing she was the "real" childhood friend made him into a nice loving caring dude....plueez.

Shin Hyuk...a kdrama character that goes down in the books for me. Loved Siwon and all that craziness he pulled out for the role.

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I love the fact that the prettiness never was about the outer beauty (which Hari had loads of), but the inner strength they all discovered in themselves. The girls' friendship was one of the best things of this drama, especially since it's so hard to find two girls that truly love each other and care for each other in dramaland. Glad they both were able to find their dreams on their own strength!

And how cute is the baby at the end. It's a go! Fun drama with a few minor hiccups, but love it in the end.

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i think i will watch this drama again-again-and again. imiss shinhyuk all ready (siwonnie is goitn to army soon, huwaaaaaaaa~~~~~~), and i miss hyejin for being who she is from the very start. such a really good positive vibe.
nice wrap! love love love.

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I am satisfied with the ending too but wish Shin Hyuk could have appeared at their wedding ... and I will think of him too every time I eat a pickled radish :)

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Lollypip, thank you for the thoughtful recaps. I also hoped this show would be much more and feel a bit cheated. They did a masterful job of trolling some of us (boy, I got sucked in) into expecting a major twist involving someone's death and that must have worked well to keep viewer interest high all the way to the end.
We complain a lot that we never get to enjoy enough of our couples being in love and now we know what a show IS like when the OTP gets together before the last two hours, or twenty minutes, or two seconds ? (Maybe a leeetle beeet boring if the boy isn't as cute as Park Seo Joon?)

Many commenters have noted that they thought Sung Joon was way too mean to Hye Jin at the beginning. I agree that he was but want to suggest that it was necessary to establish SJ as brutally honest for a number of reasons. Not least to contrast with Shin Hyuk, who HJ never really experienced as sincere (although the audience got to see him that way) because he was always joking around. And that's why SH couldn't get the girl in the end.

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He was mean, yes, but I feel like some people took it waaay too seriously and always held it against him as if he was the devil. I didn't understand this petty grudge, but whatever.

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I have to admit that I held Seong Joon's meanness against him longer than I would have in case of another character. It was because Shin Hyuk's character was super adorable/attractive. If the second male lead was not that good, I probably would have forgiven Seong Joon faster because SJ wasn't in any way worse than (many) other kdrama male leads. I enjoyed the friendships between the girls, SJ and SH, and SH and HJ :) And the Most Team!!

Thank you for the recaps!!

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Thanks for your honesty! The Shin-hyuk love is understandable. I agree that Sung-joon was no worse (or even as worse) than your typical male lead, so I was baffled at how long the hate for him lasted.

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Ditto this!

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I'm gna miss Shin-hyuk. :))

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I was hoping Ha-ri will have a love line with Shin-hyuk. They have such a good chemistry too.

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I thought so too! Good chemistry in the few scenes they had together. The show had potential for more plots to be explored.

Like everyone said the show lost much of its energy after the main couple resolved their issues a bit too neatly episodes ago.

This episode was a bit boring at parts for me. Overall the show was great. I would re-watch again in the future, but maybe only episode 1-15.

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Just recaping this drama after so long, and I do feel the excitement like the first time watching it.
But yeah I do agree with you I skiped so many scene at the finale because its too boring, they have resolved everyting on episode 15 tho.

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waaaaa.. so sad. I AGREE.

I stopped at episode 13 and planned to continue only if Hari and Shinhyuk end up together.. but nah.

But I'm happy for the main characters, I just don't think I'll watch it knowing that my favorite potentially amazing couple wasn't endgame.

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It was a feel good show. There was not much story development in the end since the climax had taken place much earlier but it was a good resolution watching the blissful couple.

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I must confess that for the past few weeks, I got so hooked to this drama that I would try to search the Internet just to see if I could find any leaks as to how this story would end...lol! I was a bit nervous about this last episode thinking that something could go wrong with the characters and may end up breaking my lovely expectation. BUT, the ending crushed my negative thoughts and made me feel very warm and cozy after watching it. They say the ending was predictable...well, predictable in a really good way. The ending was well received by many viewers! This is proof that Kdramas can get viewers attention without involving too much complications in the story. Family values, friendship, love, forgiveness, acceptance and the importance of finding and embracing who you are are presented so well in this story. It's filled up with lots of positivity which I truly adored. You know, we're already living in a chaotic world and watching this drama gave me a little break from our twisted society. I'm glad the writer made it very heartwarming, inspiring, beautiful, happy, light, fluffy and filled with love. I truly admired all the characters and I love it that the two main leads ended up together on a happy note. I always have this patience to wait for their characters to build up. The main leads looked so naturally in love with each other. I think that one of the main reason why I fully enjoyed this story is because from the beginning, I never had any second male lead syndrome...yup! No matter how good looking Siwon is, I've only seen him as a friend to HJ, nothing more, nothing less. I just knew from the beginning that something will eventually bloom as the characters and episodes progressed. So I became patient but at the same time got a bit worried too that the beautiful first love story will not come true. I'm glad it ended well and with a cute and beautiful daughter. It's adorable! The father and daughter moment just melted my heart. She is the cutest girl I've ever seen in a Korean drama! Overall, the plot is very simple yet this is something that I wouldn't mind watching over and over again. It's like a fairy tale story! I hope that they would do more rom-coms like this one and if possible, with the same actors and actresses??Sending my love to the cutest couple, HJ and SJ=?

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I feel and echo every word you just wrote, Poison Ivy! Especially:

"It’s filled up with lots of positivity which I truly adored. You know, we’re already living in a chaotic world and watching this drama gave me a little break from our twisted society."

I'm not ignorant of the bigger issues of the world (or in my life), but we all need an escape from them sometimes in order to remain sane. So as unrealistic or simple as this show might be, it's exactly what I needed these last two months to keep my head above water.

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"I think that one of the main reason why I fully enjoyed this story is because from the beginning, I never had any second male lead syndrome…yup! No matter how good looking Siwon is, I’ve only seen him as a friend to HJ, nothing more, nothing less". I do feel the same way.

And, I think romcom indeed should be predictable: a happy ending. If not, it should be named only romance, without comedy. That's, I think, the main reason I watch romcom. I want a not-so-stressful theme of entertainment.

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Thanks, LollyPip, for recapping this absolute gem of a show!

I never doubted the happy ending, but man did I sweat nerves a bit the last couple of weeks!

I too loved that Hye-jin went back to her old look because it just somehow brings out who she is more. And I love that the one time Sung-joon told her she was pretty in this show was not when she was Most-like, but when she looked like her old self again because that was how she looked when he first fell in love with her.

Going back to episode 12, when Hye-jin found those drawings of her, they were not merely just drawings of her, they were drawings of the moments when Sung-joon started falling for her. Those moments stuck out to us because they clearly stuck out to him. Because he was falling in love with her. You don't get details like that only from memory, but from feelings as well.

So to all the naysayers who stubbornly claim that Sung-joon only fell for her after her makeover, please watch the show again with unbiased eyes and see if that claim is true.

But anyway, the ending! One thing I kind of don't like in dramas sometimes is when the OTP has a kid in the last five minutes. That takes me too far into the future when I would've been just fine with a little into the future. But then I see the kid, and I'm like, how adorable, this is so cute, oh my gosh, they made a human! It's a very cute, proper ending.

I'll miss this show. It got me through this semester (so close to being done!) and has produced my OTP of 2015, truly great second-leads, a wonderful OST, lovely writing, a Most-like supporting cast, and a heartwarming message about happiness. Now I'm just sad that after two back-to-back dramas, Park Seo-joon and Hwang Jung-eum probably won't act together for a while.

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Very true. I always felt that he fell for her way before the makeover, which thank goodness she got for her own sake and no one else's

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It kind of wasn't even a makeover. Just changed her hairstyle for a while (who hasn't done that?) and wore makeup to work (again, who hasn't done that?).

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It was such a feel good show. I love every episode, just the right amount of emotions put in. One of my faves for 2015.???

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I cried through most of this episode cause there were so many sweet moments.

With Hari pretending to be HyeJin, I thought they were going to turn her into a two faced malicious frenemy and instead they kept that core of friendship that I rarely ever seen in tv /film. The friend that supports you and encourages you and wants you to succeed. The fact that Hari and Hyejin talk about how beautiful the other one is because of that inner happiness and satisfaction with life versus what they're wearing and the pride they felt for each other was fantastic.

Hyejin remembering Shinhyuk and his comment about the radish. This hit so close to home for me. I was in love with someone a very long time ago. At the time, I didn't realize how special and amazing what we had was. Due to distance, we weren't able to maintain our relationship and eventually we paired up with other people. I found a ring he had given me - it was something he wore from 16yo - on and I asked him if he wanted it back cause I knew it meant something to him and he said "No, I want you to keep it and when you find it in your jewelry box from time to time, remember that you will always be a part of my heart and that I loved you the way you should always be loved" Whenever I needed the reminder, I wore it and sadly I misplaced it a year ago. I keep hoping it will turn up.

Ten's dedication to his best friend Jackson.

The fact that friendship was so important. All of Hyejin's relationships centered around being friends with someone first. All of those married couples who have been together for 50+ years always say "I married my best friend" when asked what the secret is to staying married and it's SO true.

Did anyone else wish we found out what Suhjoon was ALWAYS reading and was I the only one who got a sense that Hyejin never heard from Shinhyuk again?

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Yes, I really really really wanted to know what he was always reading! I guess it was just boring business stuff.

I hope you find the ring ?

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I thought that back during the Three More Chances phase of Most, Sung-joon was reading work done by the team in order to get to know their strengths and weaknesses.

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This drama is taking 1st place in my top five k drama list, i'm gonna miss this drama, and the cast. i hope HJE and PSJ won't wait us so long for next project.

Little hye jin is exactly looks like her grand pa ( Hy jin's dad)

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Definitely in my top five too! And probably the top in my romcom list.

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This drama tho <3
I have realized I love rom coms LOL. Anyways here are my comments on this drama. (While listening to the soundtrack hehehe)

You know for a whole episode of epilogues, I wanted some more closure. Like after she got married, I would like for HJ to meet with the MOST team once more, with HR, and with her own kid, and family. (Not SH though because that bye last episode was beautiful)

I get what people say when the plot just crawled towards the end, and the rest was all filler episodes. I only really got this episode 16 when the whole episode was the typical last 15 of any drama, but spread out to a full episode. Well I guess it’s better than some random twist in the end or some stupid plot point last episode in. Guess they really ran out of time with the live shoot.
But overall I love this drama. No it’s not an intense ahhh drama, but a sweet slow and calm rom com. I did like the beginning episodes more, but the later ones were also pretty cute so I can’t complain. But this episode had way too many flashbacks (Maybe because it's a live production). Oh and so glad none of those crazy theories were real.

And after my post on ep 15, just wanted to clarify that I don't hate SH! He's amazing and so funny, but I just didn't like how people were hating on SJ (Okay I admit I might like him slightly better LOL) to praise SH. SH has his flaws (like his lack of maturity sometimes when he should be serious) too! But I wanted to ask if people were fans of Siwon before because the reasoning looked like the witch hunt comments people use everytime someone bashes their idol oppa. Not cool. He's an amazing friend who did so much for HJ and would be a fun guy to date (Although it might become exhasting), but in the end, HJ choose SJ (along with his flaws). Nothing wrong with that!

This show has definitely showed me Park Seo Joon! Looking forward to more of his work. He’s only going to get bigger, and since he’s been to the military already he’s going to shine even more when the big name actors go into the military. He debuted in 2011 I think (with music videos) If he can get to lead status in 4 years, damnnn he’s going to go far. And he’s in Key East which I heard is a good management company. I honestly just watched A Witchs Love for him (Pretty good drama too!). Also looking forward to Siwon when he comes back, the guy has definitely been improving!

Anywho, going to miss this drama and this commenting group! And thank you Lollypip :)

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Park Seo-joon is an actor I'm looking forward to see more of. You know, Siwon's getting all the attention in this drama, which he completely deserves because he was really good here, but I was just there with PSJ throughout his emotional beats. I just think that he has a very versatile face. When he smiles, he looks like a frickin' kid. The smallest movement changes his expression entirely.

In summary, Siwon rocked it, but so did PSJ. And Hwang Jung-eum. I've never loved her more than as Hye-jin. Perfect actress for perfect character, in my opinion.

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My two cents on him:

It’s actually better for an actor to be a blank canvas. With some different hair styles/clothes/make up, he can instantly look like a different character. He can look older, younger, more professional, more like a student, and more. That’s definitely useful because some actors, no matter their skill, never truely look like what they’re supposed to be portraying.

Also, with a plain face, it’s easier to see emotion displayed. If he wants to look happy or sad you can instantly see it. His features really allow him to show emotion.

Don’t get me wrong, he’s still good looking, but his face is kinda plain. Like nothing special but he still looks good. He looks more normal and relatable to me, not some plastic Ken doll. And since I don’t think he had plastic surgery before (???), he can actually all his face muscles and look natural when acting. You dont concentrate on that obviously fixed nose or botoxed unmoving face. He emotes with his face so well

On a side note, when he does do his full eye crinkle smile, he looks so happy and content you wanna smile too!!

So yes PSJ has so much potential to grow into more meatier and intense roles. Hopefully he'll keep himself busy with more projects in the near future!

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No, I agree. And plain does not mean a lack of looks. Park Seo-joon says he's quite plain himself. He's the kind of actor you have to see in action to really get his appeal. I would really love to see him in a meaty role soon.

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LOL is that what sets PSJ apart, that he has full use of all his facial muscles? That never occurred to me and I bet you're right! His face is sooo expressive. I will gladly watch him do anything, the sooner the better. JB or GF once referred to his acting having a quality of realness that is unusual and sets him apart, I feel that too. He's just special ?

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Almost all of my favorite k-drama actors are plain faced. I love them because of that kind of face.

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For this drama and the role of Shin Hyuk coupled with Siwon's star power status and acting skills, it was clear to me why many gravitated to his character. I think if someone else had played SH there wouldn't be this much response. It was too perfect of a role for anyone other than Siwon to play. That and with his impending military enlistment inching closer and closer, it was as if many people were seeing Siwon for the last time for quite awhile. The way he said his farewells to HJ in this drama sort of echoed that in real life. He's saying goodbye to everyone on and off screen.

That said, I 100% agree that because SH didn't get HJ alot of people would criticize SJ ten thousand times over. It was excessive, really, to the point where they would analyze with a fine toothed comb his behaviour, his stress shown by not eating and bumping into things, and so on. In short, they were labelling him a psycho (no seriously). Over analyzing his character to the point where incorrect assumptions were being made about him (that were so wrong it made me scratch my head at how some people came to such conclusions). I don't even think the writers thought that far (because they didn't have to tbh)!

Because really, it's a simple, slice of life drama. That's what I loved about it. No frills, no magic, no melo. People in this drama were real, to the point where I was able to relate on some level to all of them.

And because of that I loved this ending. So satisfying, it filled me up like a warm drink on a cold day. Really truly it got me through my term as well!

Thanks for the recap of this drama Lollypip!

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"In short, they were labelling him a psycho (no seriously)."

SO TRUE. It's so crazy how much I wrote in defense of Sung-joon. I agreed with most people saying what an ass he was in the beginning, but then they kept piling on more crap to bring him down.

That is one reason why this episode was so satisfying.

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"It was too perfect of a role for anyone other than Siwon to play. That and with his impending military enlistment inching closer and closer, it was as if many people were seeing Siwon for the last time for quite awhile. The way he said his farewells to HJ in this drama sort of echoed that in real life. He’s saying goodbye to everyone on and off screen."

This. Chingu. Thank you for saying these words I cannot construct. I'll surely miss that idiot reporter, Siwon.

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I would like for HJ to meet with the MOST team once more, with HR, and with her own kid, and family.

May I add meet with her father-in-law and stepmother-in-law? We never did see Sung Joon's dad.

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Thanks so much LollyPip for recapping so dedicatedly and well.

This was a nice show and I'm thankful for the good laughs and warm feelings it brought out. I felt it could have been an even better show if we could have known a bit more of the motivations of characters, why they changed or what they had in mind... and some of these that were given to us... maybe could have been given to us earlier even.

At times it felt that the show was a little schizophrenic or experimental with the vastly different tones and styles between the actors. Perhaps a better balance could have been had if more of the Most characters had really been More and our eccentric characters had been a little less. the dichotomy was at times fun, but also distracting and did not contribute to the overall progression of plot.

The message however is great. To be true to oneself, to be happy in who we are and to embrace the opportunities to care and to be loved in return. Absolutely lovely!

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Ok, I loved the show overall. It took the over-done story of childhood friends and took it to another level with Hye-Jin and Ha-Ri's friendship and (obviously) Shin-Hyuk (oh Siwon, I still can't believe you're off to the military, so sad, so sad). As much as I did love it, I just wanted to mention some of the things that I feel like would have made it even better.
1. A mention of Sung-Joon's supposed Zeigarnik Effect- that his therapist mentioned in episode 6 about his first love just being an unfinished business rather than true love or fate
2. An explanation of the puzzle piece- was that just a plot hole or did Ha-Ri just end up only showing and not giving it to Sung Joon?
3. More on Ha-Ri's family- especially her mom
4. You can never have too much Shin-Hyuk, can you? And I know that teasers aren't really a part of the story but I wanted some hints between him and Ha-Ri. I can't complain of the ending he did get though, traveling around the world doing what he enjoys the most- entertaining others thru his writting. Ahhhhh I love him so freakin much

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LMAOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!! THE DAUGHTER WAS SUCH A NICE TOUCH!! I LITERALLY LAUGHED MY BUTT OFF!!! Why the daughter gotta look craycray?? Poor SungJoon XDDD His wife and child!. So she didnt even inherit a bit of his genes??? I am just imagining their everyday family life.. and oh! the hilarity!

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What a feel good, sweet, and satisfying drama! I am so glad it went the route it did. I was worried when I first read the premise, but the show did so well in how it handled the subject of beauty and how it is not the external that matters. There are small things I can complain about but I overlooked them because overall the show delivered.

The show is just brimming with positive messages about family, friendship, and (all types of) love. It is refreshing to see that there was no grand scheme that will turn the drama upside down or a seemingly indestructible antagonist who will oppress the leads. The antagonists where in themselves, in each of the characters. I was glad with how each one was able to find themselves and solve their issues by themselves and with a little help from those around them.

The story's simple. It's generic, but the way it was told and the characters (ohgod I love them all and I will miss them) were done well.

I'm glad there was no extension. It was the right amount of quick paces and slow ones, especially towards the last 3-4 episodes. The excitement in the first episodes were addicting, but the slow and sweet story-telling towards the end was also nice. Yes, they were a bit slow, but I enjoyed them. Overall, I enjoyed and loved this show. What will I watch now? /cries

P.S.

I think Sungjoon is hotter with his bangs down. :D

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Yes! I recognize that this show isn't perfect. And as much as I rave about how much I love this show, there are a few things I wish could've been done differently or explained more. But like you said, I can brush those aside because the show as a whole delivered more than enough satisfaction.

When it comes down to it, this is a show driven by its characters, not plot contrivances. At the end of the day, what is it that we care about the most? The characters, by and large. They all grew and developed into better versions of themselves, and I appreciate all the actors and the writer for bringing these characters to life.

P.S. I will cry with you because I don't know what else to watch either.

P.P.S. Park Seo-joon is a man of multifaceted hotness.

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That makes the 3 of us. I have no clue what to watch now. Probably will maybe check out some Japanese ones to whet my appetite. Will eventually check out Bubblegum and Reply '88

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I am watching Bubblegum, but not really committed yet. hehe! I am waiting for Yoo Seungho's cat drama and Remember, but those are not really rom-com. /cries It's been a long time since I last truly enjoyed a rom-com.

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that makes me four!!!! WAAAHHHHH !!! My MOST FAVORITE ended!!!

wat to do now ....im hAVING severe drama withdrawal symptyoms!!!!!!!!!!!!!n

help me out!!! JB and GF!!

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I've been watching a Mainland China's drama Love Me If You Dare.

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Agree on the positive messages. It is really a complete package of love (between friends, family, love interests, ones' selves).

P.S. I think he's cuter with the bang: boyish, playful, and relaxed.

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First of all, curly hair and red cheeks look so flattering on Hwang Jung Eum. Show should have never given Hye Jin a makeover. While pretty, she just looked too typical k-drama female lead, so her character lost some of her charms.

I loved the finale. Bonus: no one died! This couple really is adorable together. I loved their rain-soaked reunion, and my heart skipped a beat when Hye Jin slid open the door to find her soulmate on the other side. But why does their daughter have curly hair and red cheeks? Her mother and aunt were gorgeous when they were little. Sung Joon mindlessly walking into the wrong office is so apropos; he had always been kind of an airhead.

My heart dropped at "My best friend, Jackson." I am so upset Shin Hyuk had no interaction with any of our main or side characters, and his only dialogue was with Ever-present Awkward White Guy. Besides Hye Jin's parents gifting her their ten-year savings, the only other time I cried today was during the unforgettable Jackson flashbacks.

She Was Pretty definitely got less fun after Sung Joon found out the truth. I pitied him for being lied to, but it was so fluttery to see him fall for her. While I can readily forgive him for being a giant ass early on, it was grossly unnecessary to make him that mean. I get what the writers were trying to do -- He was only being mean to them "for their own good." He was willing to be the bad guy in order to save the magazine and their jobs. He was being 'noble' without the 'idiot.' But it sure as hell made us hate the male lead. Where was our sweet chubster from Episode 1? And the writers knew that. It felt as if they read the reactions online at people hating Park Seo Joon's character and immediately backtracked. Even though Sung Joon's turnaround was clearly at the time Hye Jin told him off at the airport in Episode 4, but by Episode 5, he felt like a completely different person. Not that I'm complaining because I like that person better, but I wish they never made him that other person.

Siwon was perfect as Shin Hyuk and deserved all his love, even winning polls (or at least that one Nate poll) over Park Seo Joon, from the public. Way to go out with a bang. Serve well, and see you in two years in your next Hwang Jung Eum drama as male lead. Second Lead Syndrome no more... unless they cast someone awesome as second lead who oozes chemistry with Hwang Jung Eum like all her other second leads... which guarantees him as male lead in her next drama where, again, they cast someone awesome as second lead... It's a never-ending cycle with Hwang Jung Eum.

Last but not least, I loved Hye Jin (as long as she wasn't being a noble idiot). She is the personification of "When life knocks you down, get back up." If anyone deserves a happy ending, it's her. We should all be so lucky to find an umbrella, a Wifey, or a Jackson as amazing as Hye Jin. She Was Pretty will forever be on my "To-Rewatch" list, and I am so, so happy for the...

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...cast and crew for their sky-high ratings.

A huge THANKS for all your thoughtful recaps, LollyPip!

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Glad someone else noticed that the daughter shouldn't have had ruddy cheeks and curly hair when she was still young. If these traits were hereditary, she wouldn't have displayed them until she hit puberty. Like Hye-Jin did. But the daughter was adorable nonetheless!

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For some reason I thought it meant that the little girl would go through her phases opposite to her mommy.

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It's funny how shin hyuk and ha ri never met even once after the truth reveal of ha ri. I feel like this show didn't use their potential chemistry like that bike ride was awesome...
Both had wounded heart and could have healed each other(not necessary to fall in love at this moment ) and the shin hyuk revealing of ten would have been more dramtic and valid reason for separation... ha ri, shin hyuk could have reunited at hye jin's wedding and fall in love...if they did , may be they wouldn't have needed filler ending...

But glad they used filler ending instead of tragic twist... Love every time sung joon went to his old office and so cute when he gave wedding card... Nice filler i must say...

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I sort of agree. Its true that SH and HR had wasted potential but imagine them as friends. They each have their own pain to deal with, but i think their personalities would have matched better as friends rather than SOs.

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@tapioca pearl...I love PSJ's acting skills too! This is the reason why I became a big fan. i really do hope he succeeds and gets more beautiful projects in the future. I noticed him in kill me, heal me. And he wasn't that cute yet in that drama. Now he's a hottie! He's a sweetheart?

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He's got two hit dramas back-to-back. I have no doubt that he will continue to soar.

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He's way hotter and swoon-worthy in Witch's Romance.

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A story ending with a neatly wrapped bow. I liked the last scene with the young HyeJoon. There were a few digs made against prevailing notions. Such us, instead of prewedding photo shoot (which Seul by the way also commented on as extravagant) of the couple, it looked like between best friends. that was cute. HJE makes a lovely bride. Such elegant carriage; the graceful neck. I can imagine the hours it took to prepare for the wedding scene which was shown in just like under 2 seconds. Where was that abundant autumn scene shot? if any beanie knows, please give it to us. Thank you DB for another wonderful ride. Lollypip, your work is much appreciated. Thank you.

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Morning calm garden

Address
432, Sumogwon-ro, Sang-myeon, Gapyeong-gun, Gyeonggi-do

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I LOVE IT! I always wish my fave dramas has an extra episode of cute closures and She Was Pretty was able to fulfill that wish.

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I feel like they had 3 episodes of closure. It was good where it endec!

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One of the best romcoms I've ever come across..The message simply tugs my heart :)

HJ-SJ pair is so adorable and I love how it ended.Thank you for introducing me the morning calm garden (where they had the picnic) and I'll surely visit in the future.

As to SH, second leads are truly remembered because of their unrequited love and this one tops all that.

It's gonna be two years but I'm really hoping for HJE-CSW pair in the future..I hope it won't get buried and people will still remember the Jackson Duo.

Thank you She Was Pretty! For making my 3 months lovely and happy.Totally recommended!

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I smiled like crazy watching this show, sweet-cute-nice ending, the most-like ending. Yeah, I wished the story explored darker theme. I wanna see more how Sung Joon grew up well. This show isn't the best of the year. Still it's one of my fave dramas.

Rock n Roll, Peace! Adorable Park Seo Joon makes my blood sugar go up.

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That "peace" was totally reminiscent of Ahn Yo-na.

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Right! Ahh it'd be awesome if Jisung made a cameo appearence as Ahn Yona on the finale. I really miss her.

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I just found it a bit slow these last few episodes. After the big reveal... the tension just died for me

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This finale was like an epilogue and it was wrapped up very neatly. There have been dramas in the past where I felt like things were too neat, but I enjoyed it here. I guess I was a bit nervous about a possible bad twist.

I'm so glad there were more scenes with Ha Ri and Hye Jin. I was all smiles watching this episode. Love that Hye Jin went back to her natural hairstyle too. She looked gorgeous and happy.

I like the short scene where Han Seol were talking with Joon Woo about marriage and how she didn't want anything expensive! Changed her ways.

I wish they had showed a better wedding scene for Hye Jin and Sung Joon with all of the guests and a grand venue.

The ending scene was wonderful! A pleasant surprise too. I wasn't quite expecting it. ^^

This drama was a overall light watch. Not stressful. Feel-good vibes throughout the show. :) Definitely a rom-com all the way.

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And I guess I didn't mind the super sweet ending because I liked all of the cast - the main and the supporting characters. I truly wanted them to be happy. :)

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Such a nice fluffy ending. The only thing I would have changed was probably Shin Hyuk's ending. His zaniness was a big part of She was Pretty's success and I would have liked to have seen him doing something real funny as his goodbye to the audience. I think it would have been great if Shin Hyuk and Ha Ri had kept in contact. The chemistry was there and it would have been real funny if Ha Ri had become Shin Hyuk's friend and new prank guinea pig. lol

All in all, no real complaints here. It was a great and completely satisfying light rom-com.

Thanks for the recap Lollypip!

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Awwww.....its over. I will forever remember SWP as one of sweetest drama. I agree with other commenters above, it leaves a warm and cozy feeling.
Love the ending!

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Ahhh, the rating pop up is no good. I accidentally click one star while I was scrolling when I should've clicked 5! Thank you for the recaps.

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I'm glad they didn't force Shin Hyeok and Hari together at the last minute. I hate it when the drama does that to the second leads in the last episode!

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Agree completely.

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Same tbh. I also kind see the chemistry between SH and HR as more of a friendship thing? I can't see a relationship there for some reason.

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Adorable little hye-jin. I'm glad that hye-jin's vicious curls made a comeback in the final...cute...double cute

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It's been so long since I wrote a comment on any series but I can't help but write something for this one:) I have read comments that the story became dull or more draggy after the truth came out but it was not the case for me. I loveeeeee the friendship between the OTP and how dorky they can be when they are together! It reminds me of myself & my hubby cause for myself, I really did marry my best friend, whom I met when we were in junior college. Now we are both 43 and parents of 3. We are most ourselves when with each other and we can talk about anything under the sky. Like last night, while in bed, he asked me who my favourite OTPs were other than the one here cause he knows how much I really liked this couple:) We spoke till we both fell asleep.

The love story of this couple feels so relatable to me and I love every moment they are together, how they tease each other, laugh, cry etc definitely one of my all time favourite series!

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Oh, kind of envy you. How lucky you are. I'm happy for you. :) I always smile listening to/reading people's happy endings. They warm my heart.

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I love this ending, then again, I did hope to see more reaction on Most's team toward SJ-HJ . I thought I was going to see them on their wedding, then watch them confronting SJ-HJ regarding their relationship. Aish, too bad that here wasn't any. It's gonna be fun to watch SJ being shy and ackward in front of his team.

Btw, the little daughter is so cute . Loving her and SJ walking together holding hands, so adorable

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Aww I am sad to leave this show but it left me with a smile on my face and a satisfied heart so I guess it's

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I love the show but this final episode feels a bit bland. Im hoping a final episode like reply 1997 or 1994 haha

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