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On the Way to the Airport: Episode 7

In the wake of recent tragedies, Do-woo needs Su-ah now more than ever—and it’s clear that she wants nothing more than to be as much a comfort to him as he’s been to her. But once again, those pesky morals keep her from being too comfortable pursuing her inner desires. If only their spouses would exercise the same restraint in their own affairs.

 

 
EPISODE 7 RECAP

At Grandma’s funeral, Do-woo and Su-ah hold each other in a tight embrace, oblivious to everyone else—including homestay mom Mary, who follows Su-ah outside and sees them in the act. Mary is shocked but hurriedly turns back into the building, where she runs into Hye-won at the door. Thinking fast, she leads her away from Su-ah and Do-woo.

Hye-won and Mary sit down for coffee, and though Mary tries to make small talk, Hye-won immediately asks about the “Hyo-eun’s Mom” that Mary called out to. Mary laughs it off, saying she must have mistaken her for someone else in the rain, and asks if Hye-won knows her. To Mary’s discomfort, Hye-won wonders aloud if she’s the only one in the dark.

After making sure again that Mary got rid of all of Annie’s belongings in Malaysia, Hye-won reveals to her that Do-woo isn’t Annie’s biological father. Mary is surprised, but she muses that it explains how Hye-won could be so cold toward Annie’s hardship.

Su-ah washes dishes the next day when she thinks of Grandma and Do-woo’s words—that before people die, they leave something behind for the people that are precious to them. At home, Do-woo holds that something in his hands: Grandma’s letter.

Do-woo reads the letter, which holds her final request: to gather her best works and put them up for public viewing in a small, remote house near the ocean. She has included the locations of those works, and tells him that if he explains her request to the people currently keeping them, they will gladly give up her ornaments.

A flashback shows us that Su-ah had waited patiently for Grandma to write the letter, and when she’d finished, she’d asked Su-ah for her name before carefully writing at the bottom: “Delivered by Choi Su-ah.” Do-woo holds the letter and cries.

After his flight, Jin-suk receives a text from Joo-yeon, telling him that she recently had a “meaningful” flight with his wife. She asks if he wants to talk over tea, but he brings her outside instead. Joo-yeon tells him pointedly that Su-ah is very nice. Fed up with her attempts to get a rise out of him, Jin-suk clears up their relationship: They had a few beers, but nothing else happened—Joo-yeon was the one who showed up in his hotel room wanting more.

Joo-yeon points out that Jin-suk called Su-ah a piece of furniture in his house, but Jin-suk retorts that he can sleep comfortably on his own furniture, while “the beds on an airplane are uncomfortable.”

They continue their subtle insult fest, but Joo-yeon is finally forced to bring out her trump card. She tells him that she suddenly recalls Su-ah having a long, secretive conversation with a man named “Seo Do-woo” on the flight. Pausing at Do-woo’s name, Jin-suk finally storms up to her: “So what?” Joo-yeon: “I’m just saying.” Jin-suk walks away coolly, but when he gains enough distance, he can’t hide his puzzlement. He calls Mi-jin, but she takes one look at the caller ID and ignores him.

Meanwhile, the Air Asia crew gear up for their annual training session, in which they simulate emergency procedures. Su-ah leads the crew in the intensive simulations, and afterward, she talks to the training leader, who recalls that Su-ah wanted a job in training. Su-ah muses that she could better take care of family if she had a trainer’s job. As Su-ah leaves, the trainer wonders if Su-ah will be next to quit.

Su-ah checks her phone for replies on her request for someone to replace her next flight to Oakland, but sighs when she sees no responses. Mary meets her for dinner, and mentions that she’s taken care of most of her needs in Korea, but she hasn’t been able to visit her family’s burial grounds, which is a shame because it’s difficult to keep track of it from Malaysia. Su-ah offers to check up on it every so often to express her gratitude for taking care of Hyo-eun.

Mary gratefully accepts, but then asks if Su-ah is close with Do-woo. She gravely informs her that she saw her run to him in the rain at Grandma’s funeral. Looking away, Su-ah says, almost to herself: “We’re just friends.”

Jin-suk visits his mother, Young-sook, at the hospital, still in uniform. To Jin-suk’s discomfort, Young-sook recalls how sorely he’d wanted to quit piloting when he was young—he’d suffered some kind of event that had made him terrified of flying. Jin-suk insists that he barely remembers it, and when Young-sook claims that it’s thanks to him meeting a good wife that he got over his “complex,” Jin-suk notes dryly that she sure warmed up to Su-ah quickly. Young-sook agrees, saying that Su-ah turned out to be more easygoing and dependable than she’d thought.

Jin-suk leaves when Young-sook gets a phone call from Jin-suk’s sister in New Zealand, denying the chance to talk to her. As he leaves the hospital, he calls Su-ah and demands to know why there are rumors about her and another man among the flight attendants. Su-ah is clearly surprised at this, but insists that they only exchanged brief greetings. She then tells Jin-suk that he has to babysit Hyo-eun tomorrow because her work schedule is a mess.

Jin-suk hangs up wordlessly, and Su-ah immediately recalls Mary’s words at the restaurant. Mary had continued: “I don’t know who’s who or what’s right for Annie. The more I think about it, the sadder I feel for her.” Shaking away the thoughts, Su-ah leaps up from her place on a park bench to play soccer with Hyo-eun.

The next morning, Uncle Suk makes breakfast for Do-woo and Hye-won. Hye-won faux-politely tells Suk to take his time leaving, but to Hye-won’s chagrin, Suk has other plans: He’s not leaving at all. He wants to keep an eye on them and the business after Grandma’s death. “Sorry,” he adds to Hye-won, not sounding sorry at all.

Hye-won leaves for work, leaving Suk to ask Do-woo how he’s doing. He insists that he’s fine, but it’s awfully unconvincing.

Su-ah brings some red bean porridge to Do-woo’s buddy Hyun-woo at the bar, the same porridge that Grandma last had. Hyun-woo tells her that in high school, he stayed at Do-woo’s house a lot because both of his parents were having affairs. As a result, he knows Grandma very well—and he wants to thank Su-ah for taking care of her last meal.

Without a word, Su-ah leaves, and Hyun-woo delivers some of the porridge to Do-woo in his office. Do-woo doesn’t think much of it until he notes that it’s red bean porridge.

Hye-won’s business friend tells Hye-won that they’re letting go of franchising Grandma’s business—in the wake of Grandma’s death and Do-woo’s grief, the timing is too bad. Hye-won, of course, has other thoughts, but when her friend notes that Do-woo was against the plan, Hye-won assures her that Do-woo has some things he’s “sorry” to her about, and that she’ll get him on board. Eugh.

Back in Malaysia, Mary goes through Annie’s belongings and finds her old phone. On it is the voice recording of Hye-won ordering Annie not to come back to Korea, but Mary decides not to tell Do-woo by assuring herself, “Hye-won is the birth mother. There’s no need to bother him on top of everything.” Agh! Yes there is!

While Hyo-eun practices soccer with uncle Je-ha in preparation for her tryouts tomorrow, Do-woo works late into the night and Su-ah tends to the chores. They converse in voiceover, remembering Grandma together. Do-woo thanks her for the porridge, and notes that Su-ah’s name was the last one that Grandma wrote down; Su-ah recalls all the gifts she’s received from her, from the button, the ankle bracelet, and the handmade ornament. Do-woo guesses that it must mean Grandma wanted him to take care of his new friends, but Su-ah tells him she’ll consider the meaning for a little longer.

She also mentions that Mary saw them together. Do-woo calls her then, and noting her nervousness, assures her that they’re still under the three conditions they agreed upon. He suddenly asks her if she married Jin-suk for love. Su-ah recalls that she did like Jin-suk a lot—he was a popular and respected pilot. When Do-woo presses for more information, she recalls that they met in Sydney.

Speaking of Sydney, Mi-jin and crew have a farewell party for another member who’s quitting. When Joo-yeon arrives late, she calls Mi-jin for a private discussion and confesses that she told Jin-suk about Su-ah and Do-woo. Mi-jin is exasperated, explaining that Do-woo’s daughter had died and they were only grieving together. Joo-yeon berates herself, and sighs that she wishes the “Gentleman of Sydney” would get what he deserved, like being betrayed by his trusted and devoted wife. Mi-jin: “Su-ah? As if!”

As if, indeed. Still on the phone, Su-ah asks Do-woo what kind of person his wife is. He doesn’t answer, saying that recently, he’s unsure of the answer himself. He guesses Su-ah has never had doubts about what kind of person Jin-suk is, and she agrees.

At that moment, Hye-won drives up to the office, but stays outside in the car. When Su-ah tells Do-woo that she’s heading to Oakland for a week, Do-woo asks to see her before she leaves. Su-ah suggests they stick to a phone call for tonight—she’s scared that she’ll want to break their rules again. She obviously wants to see him too, though, and gives in.

Sitting outside in the car, Hye-won sees Do-woo come outside, still on the phone. He laughs at something unheard before quietly going back inside.

Meanwhile, Jin-suk runs into Mi-jin in their apartment building. Jin-suk strikes up conversation, noting that his wife is away babysitting Hyo-eun while asking for some ramyun. Mi-jin shuts him down and enters the password to her apartment, and Jin-suk notes that her password is still the same. Creep.

Mi-jin eventually gives in, and Jin-suk helps himself to her home-cooked meal. She says it’s to express her gratitude for coming to her defense on their flight, and changes the subject to something more important: Joo-yeon. She tells him to stop playing around with the flight attendants because she’s the one who has to comfort them. Jin-suk, however, says matter-of-factly that it’s their fault for assuming a casual conversation with a married man is such a big deal. Mi-jin: “You’re a married man, so stop having casual conversations with girls!”

Mi-jin notes that she knows that Joo-yeon told him about Do-woo. Jin-suk still doesn’t know who Do-woo really is, so Mi-jin reminds him that it’s Hyo-eun’s dead roommate’s father. Jin-suk: “Oh, the family that put our family into chaos?” Jin-suk snorts at the idea that Su-ah would ever have an affair and is totally unconcerned, but Mi-jin assures him that Do-woo is a total catch. She asks what Jin-suk would do if Su-ah really did have an affair. Do-woo, flatly: “I’d publicly make a fool of her and kill her halfway.” I can’t even.

Mi-jin agrees that it’s improbable, and declares she’ll love him again if Su-ah has an affair—but Jin-suk tells her he can’t love older women. “You don’t have to love me,” he says. “Just feed me from time to time—your food is perfect to my taste.” Mi-jin maybe seems to feel something at that, but she quickly tells him to buzz off—this is a one-time gratitude meal.

Su-ah arrives at Do-woo’s office in a taxi, but when he calls to ask when she’s coming, she suddenly changes her mind, telling him that Hyo-eun woke up and she won’t be able to make it after all. Do-woo is clearly disappointed, and sighs that a week is a long time: “Things might have totally changed by the time you come back.” Still, they agree that it might be for the best that they’re avoiding the danger.

When they hang up, Su-ah steps out of the car and looks up at Do-woo’s window. Hye-won, however, sees her from afar in her car. Realizing who she is, she lifts up her phone, poised to take a picture, and hisses: “Go in… Please. Go in now!” Her eyes well up with tears, and suddenly another dark thought enters her mind as she begs: “No. Don’t go in. Don’t go in!” Oh my god. Overwhelmed by emotion, she slams her hand onto the horn, scaring Su-ah back into the taxi.

Hye-won drives away, and stops in the road, screaming to herself: “What are you two?!”

The next day, however, she’s back to her steely, composed self as she meets with Ji-eun’s mom. Hye-won laments that they couldn’t prepare a document with Grandma in the hospital, but presents an unfinished work of Grandma’s, hoping that it can be sufficient as evidence that Grandma had been willing to collaborate and expand her business.

The legal decision, however, lies with Do-woo. Hye-won acknowledges that Do-woo is against the idea, but insists that once she makes it clear that this was Grandma’s wish, he’ll come around: “I can persuade him.” Uh oh.

Do-woo, meanwhile, is dealing with the business expansion from his own side: Ji-eun’s mom needs his office space, and he needs to move out by tomorrow. Ji-eun half-kneels (not all the way, because “the floor is dirty!”) in apology, and Do-woo sighs at his predicament.

Su-ah says her goodbyes to Hyo-eun before she leaves for Oakland, telling her to call before her soccer tryouts. Hyo-eun asks her not to leave, but Su-ah assuages her fears with cute mother-daughter cheek kisses. Suddenly, she receives an unexpected text message—someone actually agreed to take her shift to Oakland. Hyo-eun squeals in delight, but Su-ah looks more uneasy.

At the hospital, Young-sook prepares for surgery, and Su-ah sees her off. Young-sook wonders if this fate is because she wanted to be paid so badly, but when Su-ah promises to pay her, Young-sook tells her she doesn’t have to. Aw, you softie.

Su-ah starts to text Do-woo that her flight was canceled, but changes her mind and lies that she boarded the plane instead—it’ll be better, she thinks, if they don’t talk for a while. Do-woo texts back: I’m curious what will be different in one week.

Su-ah receives a phone call from Hyun-joo unni, who relays news of a crisis: Hyo-eun isn’t allowed to join the soccer team because it’s a boys only team. When Su-ah arrives, Hyo-eun is having a meltdown in the soccer field, demanding a girls’ soccer team be formed. Hyo-eun stays in the field in protest until dusk, and when Su-ah urges her to give up for now, Hyo-eun faints from exhaustion.

Do-woo and Hye-won have a dinner date at a restaurant. The mood is rather cold, but only gets colder when Hye-won brings up her meeting with Ji-eun’s mom. She tells him that she wants to expand Grandma’s business—but Do-woo has had enough. Do-woo says this has nothing to do with him anymore; what Hye-won wants isn’t what Grandma wanted, and that’s that.

Hye-won, however, refuses to work under someone any longer, and this time she pulls the argument she knows will work: “Hyo-eun’s Mom,” she says. “You know the name, don’t you?” Sure enough, Do-woo’s expression darkens. Even though she hasn’t confirmed anything, she says, she has a gut feeling that this should be enough. She’s sure that “Hyo-eun’s Mom” must be a similar person to him as “Annie’s Dad” is to her—someone who makes her feel sorry to him.

Do-woo flatly denies it—Su-ah doesn’t make her feel sorry to Hye-won. But, he says, “Hyo-eun’s Mom is precious to me—just like Ji-eun is precious to me as a business partner.” He tells her that Su-ah was the only one he could talk to about Annie after her death, especially when Hye-won refused to discuss it at all, and in that sense, she’s even more important to him than Ji-eun. He’s not sure whether he needs to feel sorry for that yet.

As he drives home, however, he thinks to himself: “But honestly… that’s all a lie.”

When Do-woo returns to the office, Hyun-woo informs him the movers are upstairs before handing him some photos they took at Ji-eun’s party. Meanwhile, Mi-jin gets a text from Jin-suk to meet up for a beer, and they find themselves at Hyun-woo’s bar for drinks. Jin-suk complains that the place is too crowded, but Mi-jin already knew he wouldn’t like it: “You like quiet places where no one knows you, so you can talk long into the night with girls aged twenty-five to twenty-nine.” She laments the fact that she wasted her youth on such a pathetic person. But, she adds, she really did love him with all her heart.

Jin-suk suddenly sighs that those young girls are nothing compared to the older ones—they’re insincere and shallow, and all they want is expensive bags and sex. Mi-jin stares at him in disbelief—she’s Su-ah’s friend, for goodness’ sake. Jin-suk whispers smugly that she’s also his “ex-office wife,” whatever that means.

Fed up, Mi-jin goes to get some drinks and notes the movers bringing boxes from upstairs. She asks Hyun-woo (who still doesn’t remember her) to call Do-woo down so she can brag to Jin-suk that she knows someone so cool, but Hyun-woo just hands her two beers and sends her away.

Unfazed, Mi-jin returns to Jin-suk and asks if he slept with Joo-yeon, but he only complains that she’s weird in her clinginess. Mi-jin is sure that he must have led her on, but Jin-suk assures her that he’d never actually cheat: “Men who leave their wives never live well.” Mi-jin: “How touching.”

Mi-jin looks him in the eye and decides she’s going to tell him something she’s wanted to say forever. “Back when we were together, you slept with other women, but I’d take you back every time. When Su-ah told me she was marrying you, I thanked her. She still doesn’t know why, but I’m so grateful to her for ending my obsession with you.” Mi-jin feels sorry that she never told Su-ah the truth about him, but she’s glad to be rid of him, who she considers an embarrassing stain on her past that she wants to forget. Without Su-ah, Mi-jin says,, she might still be in the same position now.

Jin-suk’s response: “Do you want to get back together?” He bursts into laughter at her disgust, claiming that Mi-jin is the easiest and most comfortable to talk to. Sighing, she gets up for some fresh air—she thought getting this off her chest would make her feel better, but she just feels worse.

Su-ah tucks a recovering Hyo-eun into bed at Mi-jin’s house. She gets a call from Mi-jin, who tells her she just had a beer with “someone” near Do-woo’s office, and to Su-ah’s surprise, tells her about the movers—he must be leaving the office. Do-woo, meanwhile, sits in his now-empty studio, putting the pictures of Su-ah at Ji-eun’s party up on a projector screen. He goes through the photos, recalling their first conversation over the phone.

Su-ah wants desperately to ask Do-woo about it, but reminds herself that she’s supposed to be on a plane, unable to talk to him. At that moment, however, Do-woo decides to text her: Today is the last day for my office. I want to be with you. Please, come here right now. Immediately, Su-ah makes a call, and Mi-jin returns home just as Su-ah rushes out. “You’re acting weird,” says Mi-jin, and Su-ah only nods before heading out without explanation.

Su-ah takes a taxi to Do-woo’s place, passing right by Jin-suk in the bar. Jin-suk doesn’t notice her either, but finally realizes that Mi-jin must have left.

Su-ah climbs the stairs up to Do-woo’s studio and knocks. Do-woo calls out that it’s open, but when there’s no response, he opens the door to find the one person he wanted to see. Unable to control himself, he grabs her and pulls her in for a tight embrace.

 
COMMENTS

Well, rules are made to be broken, anyway. Su-ah and Do-woo’s three conditions might stop them from plunging into their affair too fast, but I like that it adds a dimension of consciousness to what they’re doing—when they break their rules, it’s a lot more obvious that their relationship is developing. But breaking one rule tends to be the gateway to breaking all of them, and I really can’t see our couple holding back from each other’s understanding and comfort much longer—especially when their personal lives are getting more and more convoluted.

And they really are getting more convoluted, thanks to their respective, very messed-up spouses. In my view, this episode really belonged to our antagonists, who gained way more dimension than I expected they would. I don’t know if I’m drawn to them because they’re so damn incomprehensible and I’m just curious as to their motives, but I’m shocked at myself for enjoying them so much as characters.

But not as people, of course—Jin-suk is revolting, but it’s really Hye-won that sends shivers down my spine. Still, it’s not often that we get such strange, calculating, mysterious, and strong female villains, and Hye-won is one heck of a puzzle. The scene where she watched Su-ah from her car, poised to snap her blackmail photo, was so fascinating that I watched it three times. Hye-won is a lot of things, but oblivious is not one of them; further, she seems to have this heightened defense mechanism where she’s willing to do anything—lie, cheat, manipulate, unintentionally murder—to achieve her goals. But why that defense mechanism? What is she so afraid of?

And yet in the same scene, she immediately switches to the opposite end of the spectrum, begging for the affair not to be real. She’s not so far gone in her villainy that she has no emotion or remorse. She loves Do-woo, cares for him genuinely, perhaps even romantically; the betrayal of his affair, while it would further her political goals for business power, would ruin her as a human. She still has a beating heart inside of her, even if it is blackened by whatever hardship she endured before meeting Do-woo, and she’s not beyond redemption, not yet—she’s power-hungry and she’s horrible, but at the same time, she’s protecting herself from something. Only finding out what that something is will determine whether or not we can understand her.

In this way, the drama is really great at feeding these small character details out, so that just when you think you have someone figured out, the show pulls the rug out from under you and reveals a whole new side to them. In fact, the show even did the same for Jin-suk (though, perhaps, to a lesser degree). I still hate his misogynistic guts and literally want to stab him in the eye, but what is his problem? With women, with his ego, with his self-esteem—and with that accident? He’s never ashamed or even sly about his immoral habits, and even seems to acknowledge, to a degree, his own cruelty. His banter-filled conversations with Mi-jin in this episode were both pathetic and enlightening; they’re so comfortable together, like old friends who know exactly how to deal with each other and get a rise out of each other. Mi-jin has every reason to hate him, but she only seems to be exasperated. They’re both deeply flawed characters and know it; in some ways, they’re so, so similar, and perhaps it’s that factor that keeps them tied to each other.

No matter what, though, I’m excited to see our second leads step up to the plate as players in this weird and dangerous ball game. None of our characters are morally perfect, but they’re all strong people struggling to take control of their lives. Thus far, the drama kept using death to bring our leads together, but now that (I’m pretty sure) the showrunners are out of people to kill off, it’s up to the villains to guide how Do-woo and Su-ah find each other.

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I love this drama to bits and pieces! Been head over heels with it. ???

Really wonder how the story will progress... Anticipating.... ???

Lee sang yoon is love. Forever. ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

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I understand why you are feeling like that. They do such a great job in building a tension that is only solved by them meeting in a scene that has so much feelings and meaning.

I am not a lover of stories with affair or forbidden loves in general (well, I am not that much against affair but it does give this kind of unpleasant guilty feeling) however this couple is really something. They didn't do much but they give off the impression that they already can't live without having the other one in their life.

There is something powerful that goes over them and I am getting the feeling that it isn't going to end well or, at least, it's going to have bitter taste.

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Despite the 'A' theme I'm so emotionally invested in this drama that I've even stopped watching Moon- lovers/light plus j. incarnate.. I have no desire to watch anything but On the way to the airport.....

SELF DIAGNOSIS: I'm a lost case...

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Me too.I have no desire for anything else.That includes totally different things like Netflix.

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THIS. I thought that only I was experiencing something like that.

Similarly, I've been watching 3 dramas currently now: OTWTTA, Moonlight, and Jealousy. BUT I've only caught up with OTWTTA this week, and I lack the motivation to even start on the newest episodes of Moonlight and Jealousy. And I HAVE NO IDEA WHY.

My head is just filled with OTWTTA. I find myself caught up in random thoughts about the drama in the middle of my day.

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Glad to know there are others like me here.. hehehe

Honestly, OTWTTA is not on my list, the one I want to watch are K2 and Shopping King Louie, then I watched 2 eps of those dramas, I didn't feel addicted or curious, but when I watched OTWTTA, I don't have any thoughts to watch other drama anymore, just this drama only can make me addicted and contradicted ^_^

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I'm still watching, though not sure why.

I feel no romance between our leads, all I can think "You're only kidding yourself". Their 3 No's were bullshit rules from the start, they broke them with the handholding the second they established with the rules. And what's with Su-ah leaving her sick child? That kid is the one I feel the saddest for in this whole drama, absentee dad and Mom who now prioritises her affair of her own child. I'm not sure they wouldn't cheat on each other in the future either...

Hye-won = I said this like three episodes ago, she's got mental issues. Serious ones. She loves Do-woo and cares for him genuinely? I am not seeing that. Anywhere. At all. Do-woo should just run from this woman.

Jin-suk is a serious womaniser, a selfish family man (family man? He's got the weirdest concept of family I've seen – his ideal family seems to be child in another country, wife in another flat, mother being taken care of by wife, without ever crossing paths with them??? ). I'm not sure why Mi-jin engages with him, I mean, if he's the husband of a good friend / a colleague, you'd have to engage with him on occasion, but I'd keep him at far-arms-length and never talk to him outside of work. B/c this guy is just ewwwww.

*sigh*

I'm not sure what this drama is trying to do. At this point it feels like they are telling us SA and DW somehow are right to have an affair because they have shitty spouses. Yeah, they have shitty spouses they should divorce from. But that still doesn't justify the cheating. I do feel it's like a cop-out the drama had to go down the "lets make terrible second leads" route to make us sympathise with the lead couple and somehow endorse their relationship...

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She left the kid with her best friend and the kid was already better. I think she is being shown as pretty good parent up until that scene but I didn't think it was a big deal.

Agree about the drama making terrible second leads in order to make people forgive their cheating. I'm fine with the affair anyway, I'd prefer if the second leads were more like regular people.

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I have issues with her leaving the child – she had caretakers arranged, yes, so not a total failure, though Min-ji and SA's brother seemed confused as to why they were there, how long they were staying, no clue where SA was and unable to get in touch with her (your child is sick and you don't pick up the phone all night?).

And I guess for me she has an obligation towards her child, not to a grown man who simply doesn't want to be in his office alone – not a exactly major situation that he was in. It's not like he was messaging her saying "I feel like committing suicide" or something. Plus, she knew he that he thought she wasn't even in country – i.e. that he wasn't actually expecting her to show up.

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I get what you mean, but I suppose considering the personalities of our main characters, if their spouses are normal people, they wouldn't even consider having an affair. I think that Soo Ah and Do Woo can be fiercely loyal if they're even being treated as decent human beings by their spouses. But no, they're not.

So I guess the show is trying to balance between making Soo Ah and Do Woo 'good' people while at the same time engaging in adultery.

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Maaannnnn this episode was such a turning point, and I'm not just talking about the last scene (which by the way, swoon fest). A lot of characters had a breaking moment, from Hyo Eun's heartbreaking disappointment over her rejection (which may seem an exaggeration now, but actually makes sense in light of episode 8), to her grandma who turns out to be much more attaching than the 1st few episodes let on. The characters in this drama are so interesting. Just when you think you have them pegged, they do something that totally throws you have. I'm really enjoying discovering all these new layers. Though in the seconds leads' case, it just moves them closer to that "I hope they got hit by a bus" line.

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I have to say this. I love Do-woo's friend (the bar tender). ?

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Me too !!!I do not know how they managed that but even though he must have said 20 lines in 8 episodes, you can feel that the character has depth !

Ah and Uncle Suk IS GOLD !!!

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I love how Suk openly dislikes Hye Won lol. The entire family is so dysfunctional - I mean he openly complains to Do Woo and Do Woo doesn't even bother defending his own wife. There's a serious problem right there.

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Haha, I pretty much came here just to write this. There's something really attractive about him, in both his personality and looks. I'd love to see him get more story.

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he is so honest to do woo.. I like him too

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Jin-suk is a narcissist, period. And the moment he equaled his wife to a piece of furniture I was done with him. Just get a divorce already, they clearly only had some affection towards each other in the beginning and had she not become pregnant she'd be just one of his many exes.

And I cannot believe they really made Annie record her last conversation with her mother, I know a lot of us were wishing Do-woo would somehow know about it but don't think anyone really thought there would be solid evidence. It makes no sense for her to record it especially since it looked like it was the only file, so that was a little bit too convenient for me.

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she not become pregnant she’d be just one of his many exes.

I think JS did want to marry SA, not just because she was pregnant, he revealed it himself when he was confronted by that air hostess that SA is not quick witted and meticulous, he could easily maintain his bachelor's kind of lifestyle fooling around. He said that he liked SA for being clumsy. So JS purposely chose to marry SA among all the air hostesses who looked up to him, as he does need to have a good wife to reduce his complex, like what his mom said to him in the hospital. Even his mom who is giving SA hell of a time was singing praises of her as a good wife who is nice and easy-going. JS is obviously smart and calculative who thought he is a smart alec who had got himself a submissive wife tucked away home.

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tbh I record a lot of phone call just for precaution and when the data is lost, like the phone btoke etc, some fewer recorder will restore automatically.
It's likr they record every thing and I can choose which one to save, but in emergency before I save it, they have like not permanent storage for the last 5 calls.
It kinda convenient for Annie but I think she leaves more clue since her mom look so sure that her diary had something,

not all place make phone recorder illegal , some places allow one person consent for safety purpose.

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Jin-suk may actually be the worst man in Korea. I have no idea how he hasn't been fired for work place sexual harassment already. I'm even more confused as to why all these women are attracted to him when they all seem to acknowledge that he's basically massively insecure and needs validation.

I would have preferred if the show hadn't made the leads' current partners terrible people or be misaligned soulmates and just had them fall in love. It just sort of comes off like emotional manipulation. If you're going to make a show about adultery, go for it without making all these excuses for the couple.

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<I’m even more confused as to why all these women are attracted to him

I wonder about that too. I mean, what does Joo-yeon actually want from the guy? What's the appeal? What's the actual relationship she is hoping for? Just a one night stand or something more? Is there seriously no one better that has appeal for her? Or are we supposed to see her as someone who wants to have one fling after another with good-looking, married men that are her work colleagues to boot (I mean, this fling can only go wrong, not only in the 'married' department but also in the 'work place' department which with an airplane is pretty much the worst scenario you can get – she wouldn't even be able to avoid the guy once they parted)?

<go for it without making all these excuses for the couple

that's my feeling right now, even more so after ep. 8...

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His biggest appeal is his aloofness, stoic and nonchalant (or is it ignorance) persona with sexy smirk and intense eyes.... And darn! SSR portrayed it wonderfully. Look at the way he slightly lean sideways whenever he stand on elevator or the conveyor... he shows his tall lean sexy form to the max. I love how he teased the camera and the viewers' mind whenever he do that.

Is the camera person a woman? She must be in love with SSR derriere... and made me love it too... *lol*

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In his work attire, he is intriguing and a challenging man to conquer, he also good at his job..
I can see how girls loved him,

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I love this show so much!! This is like my weekly favorite! I wait anxiously every week for that and the recap on db! Thanks for the recap btw.
I like how this drama touches on so many thgs. I think I understand now why I like it so much. I think it's the fact that you actually can feel what each character is feeling. For some reason, I don't see the second leads as the worst villains ever. I see them lime Do Woo and Su Ah: human beings with flaws. I think JS did not marry the one he loved maybe because of his ego: see the chemistry btw him and MJ. He had the perfect person to have the type of marriage he wanted: being married but living as a single person. He is very loyal: he is not cheating and remember how he got his wife's back during conversations with his Mum. He is weird in his own way, but i dnt see him as despicable. Hye Won too, I feel like I understand her. She just a very ambitious person (to the extreme, I'll admit) to the point where she can use people ( Annie, DoWoo) to reach her career goals. Although I think the way she dealt with her ambitions esp. In regards to Annie is unhealthy, I understand her. I think it's comforting somehow to have such characters on TV. I was also really touched/happy when they touched a bit on gender norms (The daughter not being able to play soccer because she is a girl) as I have a daughter and in my part of the world, girls are not allowed to play soccer either. It breaks my heart to know that because my daughter is a girl, she will nvr be able to enjoy playing soccer. It's unfair and Idk what it will take to make the world change...

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< he is not cheating

He is not cheating (well, physically at least) with the young air hostess (yet) but he has definitely cheated in the past. Min-ji said very clearly that he was sleeping with other women while they were together. It hasn't been 100% established whether he was slept with anyone else while he has been married, just hinted at (multiple girls that Min-ji later had to console) – it could be he slept with them or that he just flirted with them (more than a married husband should, at least in my book of morals).

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JS flirts around, but not really. As mentioned previously, he never does anything disadvantageous to him, I believe in the sense that he wont cross the physical boundary. No touching, no kissing, no sleeping around, etc. Even so he does lead people on and when he casually joked to get back with MJ I immediately knew I want him out.

HW is a complex character, moreso a scary one. I cant help but to wonder whether at some point did she even love DW? She is one manipulative lady for sure but she did seemed conflicted on seeing DW might actually cheat on her.

Both spouses are too much of an emotional burden to our OTP. I mean they just wish to live a simple, happy life but reality just had to get them stucked in their horrible marriages ?

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I....I....I....errrrrm....I have no words! I don't even know what to feel. The two people I feel so sorry for is Hyo eun and Do woo's friend(the bartender). I'm putting myself in the bartender's shoes and its shitty to be a witness to what's going on. My friend's probably having an affair and I know his wife and the whole affair thing is happening right above my bar.

I'm really interested in how the Writer will end this drama. Have been open minded from the start of the drama, not really judging anyone. Just giving myself the chance to understand these characters and why they do what they do.

What's the deal with Jin suk and Mi jin by the way. He knows the password to her house? They dated in the past. So???

And what's Mi jin doing tolerating the insecure man that needs validation from other women to make himself feel more like a man or less insecure.

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Despite everything that was said above about this drama making absolute baddies out of SA/DW's current partners, or coming up with whatever excuses to justify their
"emotional affair", I just hope that the show will end with both of them divorcing and live happily ever after in a quiet place where exhibits of SW's mom will be housed, where the sun shines all year, and they can smell the rocks in the meadows lined with cherry trees, admiring the blooming Neillias and Camellias, feeling the wind blowing through the tall trees, strolling along the stone walls and viewing the spectacular ocean that lie ahead. Perfect picture of a paradise, isn't it?

Currently, their 3 Nos relationship is down to 2, i.e. no wanting, no leaving. Shall we get them to work down to 1, no leaving, and that would be the perfect end state!
Obviously, they are soul mates meant for each other. Though they found each other a bit late, but that doesn't mean it is too late, they still can be together, where there's a will, there's a way. Of course, if Hyo Eun is to be included in the picture, I think DW will not mind the least bit.

DW has been the more impetuous one in this relationship, even so he has a lot of respect for SA, because he cherishes her so much that he is treading each ardent step with a lot of care and consideration. He has already started to probe into SA's thoughts on leaving JS and dropping hints about wanting to be together. I liked it that he was not only unfazed by HW's interrogation and blackmailing, but instead, vehemently defended SA as not someone who made him feel bad, "she didn't, and Hyo Eun's mother means a lot to me". This said it all!

On the other hand, SA is responding to DW's beckoning more impulsively to the extent of dropping everything to run over to see him. While I am rooting for them, I do not want to see SA being torn and exhausted as she clearly is already struggling at the family front. Therefore, SA, please heed Ms Go's advice, you met her twice, and received three momentos from her, a button, a patchwork and an ankle bracelet - which according to her son signified that she wanted you to look after a "new friend" and run free, so please do it!!

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Can't help but justify Soo Ah's action. Your husband sent you to your MIL. Always overseas and when he's in Korea. He avoids you and chose to hang out with his ex-gf. He's not the typical A-hole husband but he's worst.

I never liked A themed drama. I'm a married woman myself and don't want to cheat and be cheated on. I have zero tolerance to cheating that's why i wonder how come i'm drawn to this drama and find myself justifying the leads relationship.

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"I never liked A themed drama. I’m a married woman myself and don’t want to cheat and be cheated on. I have zero tolerance to cheating that’s why i wonder how come i’m drawn to this drama and find myself justifying the leads relationship."

Same here. I tend to stay away from melodramas, moreso with A-themed dramas. But OTWTTA has me hooked and rooting for the leads. I just wish they divorce their respective spouses before plunging deeper into the affair. I do believe though that even without the affair, they shouldn't remain in a marriage that only gives them so much unhappiness.

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Awesome recaps thank you ? I'm married and averse to adultery but I can definitely see how people can be driven to this extreme. SA and D are both finding in each other what's lacking in their marriages - for her it's kindness, care and emotional intimacy. For him it's warmth, motherly instinct and someone who listens to him. This doesn't make them soul mates but rather exposes and fills the void in their marriages. And even if they hadn't met, their marriages were doomed anyway, finding each other is simply speeding up the process.
Despite the theme - this is a gorgeously written, acted and shot drama. It's so rich in emotion that every scene, even the most mundane renders the air palpable. Gah I love it so much!!

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Definition of soul mate from urbandictionary:

A person with whom you have an immediate connection the moment you meet -- a connection so strong that you are drawn to them in a way you have never experienced before. As this connection develops over time, you experience a love so deep, strong and complex, that you begin to doubt that you have ever truly loved anyone prior.

When asked by DW, SA revealed that she liked JS a lot, that was why she married him. She didn't say she loved JS, and in next ep, what she said to MJ (not quoting the conversation here as I don't want to throw spoiler here) proved that what she felt for DW far exceeded what she felt for JS before their marriage.

True, they managed to find in each other qualities they needed the most at this point in time and which their current partners couldn't fulfil, however, not every random Tom, Dick and Harry who happened to appear on the scene could reach out in such a way to provide what they needed exactly. The emotional connection was there in the first place, this enabled them to ANTICIPATE each other's need so readily. As such, in my opinion, they are soul mates and are not seeking just any ordinary random kind of "A-relationship" to fill their marriage void or satisfy their psychological needs or even lust.

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Viewers discretion is advised.

I think that sums up everything about this show. It just leaves certain poignant moments to be interpreted by the viewers. You can either agree that what the characters did was done out of the context of love or diagree and say that end doesn't justify the means.

So regardless how pivotal moments in the show are interpreted, one can't help but appreciate the shows capability to showcase and dissect these emotions and create a connection directly with its viewers. There's an uncertainty with the risks being taken by our main leads but there is also an unwavering feeling of satisfaction felt when they finally gave into their hearts desire.

It always goes back to the choices we make and by the end of the day, will that choice outweigh the risk or will it simply be a case of leaving everything up to chance? There really isn't an easy way to break somebody's heart, but its something some people are just meant to experience.

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..Forbidden fruit is always the sweetest..

Now I know why there's that saying. Especially if it's in the form of LSY with caring-attentive-loving-responsible persona, I will definitely also drawn to him and want to soothe his pain. And will be the source of his comfort and happiness...

Uhh, my mind goes back to centuries old question: when it comes to love, should we follow our heart or sound mind? Follow our sense or be sensible? Should we be Elinor or Marianne? *thousand sighs*

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LOL! If not committed to anyone else, follow your heart but keep an eye on the sensible mind. If committed already, then follow the commitment :) Yeah, easier said than done.

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SA has been a timid, clumsy character as attested by people around her. Even her daughter gets the upper hand when they argue. She had also been on the safe side of morality pre-DW. Hence, I can understand why she responded the way she did when DW led her on.

DW, on the other hand, doesn't have the emotional/situational trappings that Su-ah does. What I don't get is why he can't choose to divorce his wife when he obviously doesn't love her anymore and when their relationship is toxic? I don't sympathize with him because he has been taunting Su-ah emotionally. I don't see remorse in what he's doing whereas Su-ah has been wallowing in it each time.

I also feel terrible for the daughter. Her folks have forgotten that she's suffering through all these.

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<I don’t sympathize with him because he has been taunting Su-ah emotionally. I don’t see remorse in what he’s doing whereas Su-ah has been wallowing in it each time.

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That's how I feel about him too. Although he seems to have better qualities than SA's husband, he's also (surprisingly?) more selfish than I expected – and he is very much taunting her emotionally in pretty selfish ways, which I find manipulative. I'm not convinced he wouldn't do that in the future, i.e. that he wouldn't have another affair if he does end up with Su-ah.

The poor daughter is the one who's suffering the most and who I feel the most for.

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Probably just me...

But, I really like Mi Jin. She is a cool person and a really nice friend to Su Ah. I hope she will get a happy ending.
The main leads affair, well... I never agree with adultery, whatever the reasons are. Especially if there is children involved... Affair hurts children the most

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While I do like MJ as SA's bestie, I wonder how she will feel when she finds out that MJ was her dick of a hubby's ex-girlfriend? I think it falls along the lines of "lying by omission".

In spite of the moral issues here, I really love this drama! I'm intrigued w/ the HW and Annie back story, too.

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I cant help but imagine how DW would be such a great father to SA's daughter ??. So, I cant help but thinking that maybe DW and SA having an affair and ending up together might be beneficial to the daughter too ??. I want Min Jin to end up with DW's bar owner friend, Hyun Woo ??

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Before I go into other things, I have to throw one thing out there that I've been thinking about for a while now. ...... I wonder if Hye-won is the one who's actually grandma's biological daughter and if Do-woo is not her biological son. Sure, he might have grown up at the house we've seen and Seok said in this episode that grandma "raised him well". However, this doesn't mean he's her biological son. ....... A couple of weeks ago I also asked something along the lines of why grandma seems to never had said too much against Hye-won, she just threw a couple intriguing looks her way. I think we have no proof either way, but I keep on kicking this possibility around in head all of a sudden.

On Jin-suk. Wow. Just wow. ....... So he describe his wife as another piece of furniture. In other words, he fails to consider his wife a person. It's clear that with this train of thought not only is he a failure as Su-ah's husband, he'd be a failure with anyone by his side. What a tragedy that Hyo-eun has him as a father. ....... Up to last week, because we still had an incomplete picture of Jin-suk, I attributed his problems in part to a faulty communication style. This episode showed us that the facts are more alarming.

What's interesting though, and let me be clear that I'm not in any way excusing Jin-suk's treatment of women, is that the possibility exists that he may act as he does not because he harbors hate or ill will towards women and his wife, but because it's a mental reassurance for himself that he can still be "in control". ....... His mother mentioned a previous incident that affected him so much, he was terrified of flying. We don't know what happened exactly, but perhaps something happened in the cockpit whereby things went haywire and perhaps almost causing a crash or something. Who knows if Jin-suk was at the controls that day or not. ....... What we see now from him, may be a man who is constantly testing himself to see how far to the edge he can get while still being able to pull back from the brink of danger. That constant self-testing, which we see as flirty behavior and disrespect, may be what keeps him together enough to be a pilot. ....... What a shame that he seems to be unaware of how it has deteriorated his marriage and how inappropriate his behavior is.

Hye-won. Is she going to pull a woman scorned-type of act? Because she sure looks like it. Almost unhinged one minute then back to cool-headed the next. She's is most definitely a puzzle, as hanshimi mentioned in the recap ....... She appears to have been biding her time for a big prize, the business, but grandma's death took her by surprise and she's may have to go to a Plan B, if she had one. ....... I wonder if she would contemplate hurting Do-woo or even eliminating him in the quest to get her hands on the business? After all, she wants Seok out of the house. Uh oh.

And finally, yes, as I had hoped a couple of episodes ago...

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And finally, yes, as I had hoped a couple of episodes ago ....... a phone recording!

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I probably one minority who think both marriage can be saved, or at least 1 of it.
They all not honest on what they want to each other, they just dob't talk + listening anymore.
I remember when Jinsuk said he doesn't like bibimbap and cold food before, then we saw he loves mijin's fresh food.
I think he believes Soo Ah is the right one for him cause she is nice and he is despicable, like it possible to have family with her because she can tolerate me but he is overboard with his life.
Then Soo Ah looks tired, she is so fed up without room to enjoy herself, that's what make she and do woo matched.
Do woo is so upfront that idk how he can marry his wife in the 1st place. Did he thought about it??
Hye Won hides all the things herself and she just so mysterious.

I think the affair need to get backlash by their spouse, none of the 4 actively try to fix it their relationship so the fall in on 4 of them but the affair still on SA and DW.

I am an outsider and I like this show when it try to show us their life. I just hope it doesn't make the affair as the right solution cause it doesn't actually related to the fate... It because they like each other and lie to their spouse.

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That my hunch too! That at the end, it was just a sweet intermezzo. Remember Valid Love, I Have a Lover, anyone?

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yeah I remember Valid Love... it's a sweet intermezzo but when they take time, the affair is not the solution to their problem, they probably just want to break free....

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Agree. I hope that this affair won't be justified by the fate-led-us-together card. Rather, may it be a catalyst for much needed introspection on both couples and honest communication as well.

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Though I agree that there is room for salvaging SA-JS's marriage, depending on whether JS is willing to change his attitude and stop treating SA like a piece of furniture to be shoved around. But, if you were DW, would you want to continue keeping a time bomb like HW by your side? Someone without integrity, who is manipulative, and who made everyone feel uncomfortable, and who obviously has a personality disorder? I totally agree with what Hanshimi said above, "Hye-won sends shivers down my spine" . She is creepy and scary!! He made a wrong judgement by marrying her, seriously, for that wrong judgement, must he be condemned to a life time of misery?

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I agree... you can't used fate to make the affair as "less affair",
even if there are fate that led them to met, fate still doesn't give them the feeling, it comes from their own heart.

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Lee Sang Yoon's drama awalys got me tied up with them. He's good at picking project. This is so underrated :") party with his dimples and gaze

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Totally agree with you Nanoo, I watched his drama since Liar Game,
Then keep watching his drama likes twenty again, and on the way to the Airport. All of his drama are good.

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This episode really did illuminate the other halves of the pair and the threads, they get more and more complicated and more intriguing.

Jin Suk doesn't have the capacity to emote and he is just content when everything goes his way and he doesn't need to get involved in all the drama. So far, there has been no real indication that he cheats but is this really a redeeming quality? He is cold and aloof to his own family. Can we side with a man who doesn't cheat but treats people like objects?

Hye Won is a much more complicated, delicious villain and to date, this character still maintains an aura of mystery. This is pretty rare for the cookie cutter kdrama villain and I'm enjoying her very cool and collected way of pursuing her objective without regard for how or what gets sacrificed in the process. At least DW has the presence of mind to refuse her manipulation. She won't give up that easily though.

Do Woo, now slowly realising just how manipulative and secretive his wife is, is getting an unpleasant revelation that the person he married might not be who she says she is. This betrayal is palpable and DW is struggling to justify that Annie's mother could not possibly be doing all the things he thinks she's doing. It is a hard pill to swallow and he reaches out for the lifesaver that is Soo Ah. I don't blame him for doing so but his impetuousness and surety in manipulating her might be questionable. In a way, he is taking advantage of SA's kindness and in a way, SA is allowing it. Takes two to clap so perhaps this is a path that both want to take and both should take responsibility for. SA is well aware of this fact as evidenced with her constant guilt trip and it feels like she is prepared to face the consequences whenever she throws caution to the wind and runs to him. They might try their hardest to stop themselves from falling into the abyss but one wonders how long they can hold out. Now that one of the three No's have been broken, it's only a matter of time before DW has persuaded SA to break all of them. I can't wait to see how the show is going to portray this process.

With regard to Mi Jin, it's obvious that she might go back to JS as she had taken him back before. However, her loyalty to SA seems to have stopped her from doing the worst. At this point though, the show has still not revealed its hand on MJ and there might be more revelations down the road.

Throughout all of this, it seems that Hyo Eun is a victim. It's unfortunate that she is a pre-teen and giving her mother endless parenting trauma which SA has to handle on her own since JS conveniently stays away. It adds to the reason that SA would seek out DW for solace - it is the most relieving thing to do for her thus far when everything is so difficult elsewhere. SA is obviously staying on because of Hyo Eun and still trying her best to make her daughter a priority although it is slipping more and more when it comes to DW. It just comes back at SA like...

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.....ton of bricks when she realises that she dropped the ball in terms of her family because of DW.

What I love about this show is that it illuminates those gray areas that so often exists in human relationships where nothing is immediately right or wrong. Everyone has a story and a reason for doing what they're doing; whether it is morally right or not, who's to say? Whether protagonist, spectator or observer, all will have a different judgement and that is what makes humans so infinitely complicated and interesting.

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I like Jin Suk. Not as a person, but as a character. In fact, I love our two couples. To those saying the show needed to villainise the second leads in order to justify the infidelity, I.... don't feel like the other partners are villains?

I think this show is simply portraying flawed characters in all their imperfections, inadequacies, their attempts to cover them and their defence mechanisms to how they cope with the life they've chosen/found themselves in. I think a huge reason why a lot of peeps find this drama uncomfortable and yet seem to come back again and again is because it feels REAL. Like one can easily imaging a scenario where one finds oneself in the situation of the characters and one keeps thinking of how one will respond or behave differently/similarly to the characters and so you have these thoughts you keep pondering on. I think it was @mikydrama who said she couldn't watch because the thought of cheating/been cheated on was a real one with possibilities not to far removed from oneself like, say Serial Killers, being a fantasy character with no control over your fate or being a locked up Cheabol heiress.

Now regarding our two couples, no marriage is perfect and the ones with cheating usually have a lot of issues involved before the cheating itself( for generally upstanding individuals, not the ones with pathological serial cheating problems). Before this characters gravitated towards each other, there was already a void, a role their respective spouses weren't filling. Which obviously means there is a problem on ground. And from what we've seen so far, both main and second lead couples have problems. Showing us the issues with these characters, the spouses esp does not automatically make them villains......

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