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The Man Living in Our House: Episode 3

I’ve been looking forward to sinking my teeth into this show, and I’m happy to report that it continues to deliver a lot of laughs, tempered with a compelling mystery that just grows deeper with each newly discovered clue. Na-ri’s biggest problem is figuring out whom to trust — when both Nan-gil and Deok-bong stand to gain something from her, whom can she rely on to tell her the truth?

 

 
EPISODE 3 RECAP

Na-ri watches in shock as Nan-gil threatens someone (Na-ri’s uncle?) on the phone, then takes his shirt off to reveal two large tattoos on his back. She remembers a conversation with Deok-bong, who’d said that even if Nan-gil were legitimately married to her mother, it’s suspicious that he’s still hanging around at her house nearly a year later.

Deok-bong earned a sharp glance from Na-ri when he said that she must have the same taste in men as her mother, and quickly apologized. Na-ri said that her job has taught her that not all journeys are happy ones, and that everyone has their story.

But people can’t hide their expressions, and the happy expressions on her mother’s and Nan-gil’s faces in the photo she saw told her all she needed to know. Deok-bong had scoffed, saying that expressions are easy to fake, and that conmen have a lot of practice at it. In Deok-bong’s opinion, Nan-gil is an excellent conman.

Na-ri had asked why Deok-bong hates Nan-gil so much, but Deok-bong just handed her his business card. He’d said he studied law, and told her to call him when Nan-gil shows his true colors.

Back in the present, Na-ri gets a good look at Nan-gil’s frightening tattoos, but she scoots out of the doorway before he sees her. Thinking fast, she knocks on the door as if she’s just arrived, and it’s Nan-gil’s turn to freak out as he scrambles to hide his tattooed back from her.

Hilariously, his solution is to stand awkwardly with his back to the wall, and he throws the first thing in reach over his head. HAHA, it’s an apron, which does nothing to hide his back, and he swears to Na-ri that this is how he prefers to make dough when he’s alone. Oooo-kay then.

Na-ri hands him the gift she brought, and the flustered Nan-gil nearly thanks her in jondae before correcting himself. Na-ri decides to have a little fun with him while she has the advantage, and makes him open the gift, bare-chested in an apron with his back plastered to the wall. This is awesome.

Nan-gil’s hands are shaking so badly that he drops the gift, and Na-ri pretends to be offended just to watch him try to pick it up. He opens the gift, and when he sees the set of men’s lotions, he can’t speak for a moment.

Awww, he’s genuinely touched, and he says he feels like a father getting a gift from his child. Annoyed, Na-ri stomps and starts to walk out, but she whirls back to ask Nan-gil why her uncle would use the supermarket phone to call her.

She asks if there’s something going on between Nan-gil and Uncle, but Nan-gil just says that he has to knead dough. Na-ri calls him out for avoiding the question, knowing that he’ll refuse to answer a question if he can’t answer without lying.

Suddenly Nan-gil leaves the wall and walks right up on Na-ri, then takes her by the shoulders to hold her still. He leans closer… closer… then spins her around and shoves her out the door with a hurried, “Goodbye!”

Na-ri pounds on the door, demanding to know what happened to her uncle. When Nan-gil doesn’t open, she goes to the fridge to chug water straight from the pitcher, and narrows her eyes at the stocked fridge. She tells herself that it’s all part of Nan-gil’s act.

Later that night, Nan-gil watches the house, then goes inside looking determined. He sees Na-ri going through her mother’s room, and when she opens an old wooden box, he comes in.

He looms over her and asks what she’s looking for, reminding her that she said she’d trust him, and Na-ri nervously answers that she wants to know what he’s like. He says that he’ll just tell her then — he’s Go Nan-gil. He asks if that doesn’t seem familiar to her, but it doesn’t, and Na-ri demands, “Who are you?!”

In answer, Nan-gil beckons her closer, then says, “I’m your father!” His voice changes into an echoing bass, and his face morphs into that of Darth Vader. Ha, Na-ri is dreaming, and she wakes with a start. She tries to think if the name Go Nan-gil rings a bell, but nothing comes to her.

Outside, Nan-gil really is watching the house, looking thoughtful. He doesn’t go in, but just sighs and turns back to his room at the restaurant.

In the morning, Na-ri peeks into the restaurant and sees Nan-gil busily making the dough for today’s mandoo. She texts Deok-bong and meets him at his building, her face hidden in her hoodie like she’s on a top-secret mission.

At her questioning, Deok-bong says that he really did study law and even passed the bar exam, but decided it wasn’t what he wanted to do. He clarifies that he never said he’d help Na-ri, but he’d be willing to create a win-win situation with her, and hauls her inside by her hoodie strings.

Deok-bong’s little sister, DEOK-SHIM, peers at them curiously from behind a statue. She seems to recognize Na-ri from her photos of Nan-gil, and doesn’t look happy to see her with her brother.

Deok-bong shows Na-ri a map, with Hong Mandoo’s location marked on it. He explains that the land is important for a development he’s working on, and Na-ri wonders how this relates to her uncle’s disappearance.

She asks Deok-bong why he would be on the run when he has his home, and Deok-bong explains again. All of the land that contains her mother’s house, Uncle’s house, and Hong Mandoo used to belong to Na-ri’s mother, but now it belongs to Nan-gil.

Na-ri is shocked, as her mother never mentioned any of this. Deok-bong tells Na-ri not to feel bad — parents don’t always tell their kids everything, especially when their secrets are shameful. Deok-bong offers Na-ri a contract hiring him as her lawyer, and honestly says that this is dirty-fighting. He says that how Nan-gil got control of everything isn’t important, but that he may try to kick Na-ri out with nothing. Na-ri decides to trust Deok-bong, and signs the papers.

Back home, she goosesteps past the restaurant and into the house, just as Nan-gil steps outside. He hears a scream from inside the house, and runs upstairs to find Na-ri on the floor, clutching her lower back and moaning in pain.

Nan-gil scurries back and forth getting Na-ri a pillow and blanket, and she says there’s a certain medicine she takes when this happens. She writes the name down for him (which she totally makes up) and Nan-gil runs off to buy the medicine. Na-ri hops up, perfectly fine.

She runs over to the restaurant office to get into the computer, but she can’t guess Nan-gil’s password. She rifles through his desk and finds what look like love notes from customers (“Oppa, you sealed my heart like you seal mandoo skins,” HA), but then she finds photographs of Nan-gil and her mother looking happy.

Nan-gil rushes to several pharmacies, but nobody has heard of the medicine Na-ri wrote down. Deok-bong’s Secretary Kwon sees Nan-gil running around, and seems to recognize him.

Eventually Nan-gil’s phone alerts him to someone trying the password to his computer. He even has a hidden camera set up, which sends him photos of Na-ri snooping around his office. Busted.

Na-ri leaves the office, unsuccessful, but she does notice that the warehouse door is padlocked. She takes a picture of the lock, thinking this could be her clue.

Secretary Kwon stops Nan-gil and shows him Deok-bong’s dossier on Na-ri. Nan-gil wonders why, since she’s not on his side, and she says that Deok-bong is also investigating him. She knows he wants his past kept secret, and advises him to leave town.

Nan-gil asks why she suddenly cares, and she tells him not to insert himself into someone else’s life. Nan-gil counters that it’s his life to live, and this isn’t about others — it’s about his family.

As he rides off, Nan-gil sees Deok-shim being bullied by some mean kids at the bus stop. She decides to walk, and Nan-gil follows her, getting her attention by popping a wheelie (then nearly tipping over, ha).

He says that he saw her bike in a used bike store in town, and he knows she didn’t sell it. Deok-shim ducks her head, so Nan-gil makes her laugh with a dumb joke, then gently says that once people start taking things from her, they’ll never stop. He says to come find him if she wants her bike back, and she takes a few pictures of him riding away.

Yeo-joo and Dong-jin go on a date at a coffee shop, where Yeo-joo is in full aegyo-girlfriend mode. She sweetly tells Dong-jin to answer when Na-ri calls, only showing her annoyance once he walks away.

Na-ri tells Dong-jin to cooperate with her if he wants his money back, reminding him that today is Mom’s memorial day. Na-ri says that she knows he’s still dating Yeo-joo, but she needs him to come to the ceremony and get Nan-gil passed-out drunk.

Dong-jin ends the call and finds Yeo-joo behind him, crocodile tears shimmering in her eyes. She’d overheard him calling Nan-gil a gold-digger, and asks in a quivering voice if Na-ri called her that. Dong-jin reassures her, and says that Na-ri needs him today for her mother’s memorial.

Yeo-joo slumps in her chair, pretending to fight tears. She dramatically says they should break up, since it’s obviously not over between him and Na-ri. Dong-jin falls for her act, and tells Yeo-joo that this is just about money. Her tears dry up instantly at the mention of money and she says they should both go to the memorial, promising to wait in the car, but Dong-jin insists on going alone.

Nan-gil finds evidence of Na-ri snooping in his office, and his expression goes dark. He goes back to the house to find her feigning sleep, and threatens to call an ambulance.

He tempts Na-ri with fresh mandoo, wondering loudly how she’ll manage to get to the bathroom after she eats. Na-ri says she doesn’t go right after eating, and Nan-gil’s voice grows hard as he says it’s no wonder she’s getting wrinkles. Na-ri sits straight up at the offending word, before remembering and clutching her back again. Heh.

Na-ri eats every last mandoo, and of course, she needs the restroom when she’s finished. She sneaks downstairs and past Nan-gil in the kitchen, but he’s distracted when the doorbell rings and Deok-bong lets himself in.

Deok-bong needles Nan-gil, thanking him for introducing him to his “daughter.” Nan-gil says that Na-ri is injured and can’t move, and refuses to let Deok-bong into her room.

Deok-bong wonders who that is behind Nan-gil then, and both men turn to see Na-ri trying to sneak back up the stairs. She ignores Nan-gil’s huff of annoyance, and enthusiastically invites Deok-bong upstairs.

Once alone, Deok-bong asks if Na-ri found anything in the office, but she says everything was locked. He urges her to find something before Nan-gil catches onto their scheme, but Na-ri is unsure, since Nan-gil hasn’t actually done anything wrong.

Deok-bong is sure that Nan-gil’s marriage to Mom was a scam, and tells Na-ri to distrust everything. He says he’s also investigating Mom’s accident, then Nan-gil wanders in with the excuse of offering their guest a drink.

Deok-bong takes a drink to be polite, which Nan-gil makes him spit back out by asking paternally what his father does for a living. HAHA. He peppers Deok-bong with questions about his family, and Deok-bong corrects him — he’s not here to court Na-ri.

He very nearly gives away their plans, but Na-ri interrupts, screaming, “FATHER!” She asks Nan-gil for a drink too, and Nan-gil’s face nearly splits from happiness that she called him father.

Once he leaves, Deok-bong fusses at Na-ri for calling him “father,” saying it’s dangerous. Na-ri spits back that he nearly exposed her as his client, correctly guessing that he’s never actually represented anyone.

She leads Deok-bong to the door, and the men exchange glares. She pushes Deok-bong out the door before a fight breaks out, and he reminds her that he’s being patient because he needs this land.

Na-ri goes back inside and watches Nan-gil at the stove, wondering where he keeps the warehouse key. He turns just as she’s eyeing his pockets, and she huffs that she most definitely was not checking out his butt.

Later, Na-ri watches Nan-gil peeling chestnuts and mentions that when she calls her mother’s old phone number, it still goes through. She asks if Nan-gil has the phone, and his lack of answer is answer enough.

She asks why the warehouse is locked, as it was her mother’s “place of memories.” But Nan-gil remains annoyingly silent, and Na-ri demands to know why he’s trying to put a wall between her and her mother.

Nan-gil just tells Na-ri to be reverent on Mom’s memorial day, so she swipes his bowl to get his attention. She demands the truth — he knew that the land containing both houses and the restaurant all belonged to Mom, didn’t he? She asks if that’s why Nan-gil approached Mom, but he informs her that actually, Mom approached him first.

She asks if he lives in the restaurant because his conscience bothers him, and Nan-gil explains that the dough has to be tended to all night, so he needs to be close to the restaurant. Na-ri asks if that means he didn’t share a bedroom with her mother, but Nan-gil takes offense and asks if she’s just upset that the house belongs to him. Angrily, he asks if she needs money.

Not at all scared, Na-ri says that the “Legendary Go Nan-gil” is frightening when he’s angry. She asks what exactly he did to become legendary, and Nan-gil leans in close to whisper that a legend never tells their own legend.

He says that he plans to stay in this house forever, making mandoo, until a tree he planted by the lake grows tall. He refuses to talk anymore today, saying that they’ll have time later.

They dress, and put aside their differences to honor Na-ri’s mother. Na-ri watches Nan-gil as he looks at Mom’s picture, and there seems to be genuine sadness in his expression.

Na-ri says that when she was young she didn’t have many friends, and when Nan-gil absently says, “I know,” Na-ri asks if Mom told him. He looks cornered and doesn’t answer. Na-ri continues that she got teased a lot when her dad left and their mandoo started tasting bad. From then on, Mom was mother, father, and friend to her.

She says that she intends to find out exactly what happened to Mom, and asks if there’s anything he wants to confess first. Nan-gil says that he will confess, and tells Na-ri that truthfully, the mandoo was awful before he came. Na-ri nearly smacks him, but the doorbell rings and saves him.

It’s Dong-jin, armed with liquor, and Nan-gil cheerfully yanks him inside. Dong-jin performs his bow to Mom while Na-ri sighs impatiently, urging them to get to the drinking.

She leaves the room and Dong-jin asks Nan-gil if she really doesn’t know anything. In flashback we see that Nan-gil went to Seoul to talk to Dong-jin, and pay off Uncle’s debt to him (and I have to laugh at Jessie J’s “Price Tag” playing in the background).

Nan-gil says he’s doing this for Na-ri, and Dong-jin objects to the familiar way Nan-gil says her name. Nan-gil admits that it’s awkward for him too, but he doesn’t know how else to address her.

Seeing that Nan-gil is parting with a big chunk of cash, Dong-jin apologizes for thinking him a gold-digger, but says that the house still belongs to Na-ri. Nan-gil says he’s not paying him back because of the house — he just doesn’t want there to be a money issue between Na-ri and Dong-jin.

He tells Dong-jin to say that Uncle paid him back, and leaves. Dong-jin follows him out to return the money, but he finds a very different Nan-gil outside the restaurant. He’s gasping and staggering, seemingly unaware of his surroundings.

Nan-gil shoves off Dong-jin’s hand, looking almost scared, and walks right into traffic. He narrowly avoids being hit, then just stands there in the road, sweating and clutching at his throat. What on earth??

Back at the house, Dong-jin asks if Nan-gil is sick, but Na-ri comes back in the room and Nan-gil shoves Dong-jin away by the face. Nan-gil sees the tray she’s brought, which has no food on it, and starts to go get something to eat. Na-ri orders, “Sit!” and he does, ha. Can’t overcome a lifetime of socialization that easily.

Dong-jin gets to work pouring drinks for himself and Nan-gil, and soon they’re good and tipsy. Na-ri sneakily pours water for herself, while the guys try to outdo each other with their drinking prowess. Honestly, they’re both pretty bad at it.

Yeo-joo fumes when her texts to Dong-jin only result in him saying he’ll call her later. She guesses he’s drunk, so when her friend Yong-chul calls, she angrily says she has to go drive someone home.

Nan-gil and Dong-jin are rip-roaring drunk by now, and still going strong. They even do love shots, which might just be my new favorite thing. Na-ri heads back to the office for a second snoop, and finds Nan-gil’s wallet with his driver’s license.

Noting that he’s twenty-six, she takes a picture, then spots a photo tucked behind the license. It’s a shot of the lake and her mom’s land, and Na-ri remembers Nan-gil saying that he plans to stay until a tree he planted there grows tall. The real jackpot is Nan-gil’s key ring, and Na-ri makes an impression of the warehouse key on a piece of tape.

She returns to find the boys chanting her name, and she glares at Dong-jin’s peace offering of a drink. Nan-gil slurs that they’re supposed to fight over silly stuff before marrying, then grabs Dong-jin to ask why he cheated. They dissolve into giggles and topple over, where Dong-jin passes out cold.

Yeo-joo runs into Deok-shim and asks where Hong Mandoo is located, but Deok-shim just looks her up and down warily. She points vaguely towards the restaurant, creepily silent.

Na-ri is angry at Nan-gil for calling Dong-jin’s cheating “silly,” and he apologetically pours her several drinks. Now tipsy herself, Na-ri says that the day Mom died was one of the worst in her life, yet Dong-jin cheated on her.

She snaps that some things just shouldn’t be said, but that man (cue Dong-jin snoring) got tired of her crying for her mother, then betrayed her. She says it’s really over, and Nan-gil offers to get rid of him.

He can barely stand, but he somehow manages to heave Dong-jin up and drag him towards the door. He says he’s just going to throw Dong-jin out, but when he hauls Dong-jin to the street, Yeo-joo sees them and starts yelling, “Oppa!”

Na-ri lights into Yeo-joo for coming here, while Nan-gil valiantly struggles to keep himself and Dong-jin vertical. Yeo-joo lies that Dong-jin asked her to pick him up, so Na-ri tells Nan-gil to throw the trash in her car. Her loud voice wakes him up from where he was nodding off, and he drags Dong-jin towards the car.

Yeo-joo asks if Nan-gil is Na-ri’s little brother, then goes all flirty when she gets a look at his pretty face. Na-ri sees this and shoves her away, accidentally knocking the guys down.

Hilariously, it’s Nan-gil that Yeo-joo rushes to help up. Nan-gil drunkenly sing-songs that he’s not Na-ri’s brother, and Na-ri quickly covers his mouth before he can say any more.

Deok-shim watches this whole scene from behind a nearby rock, while Secretary Kwon and Deok-bong try to contact her. Deok-bong wonders if his sister needs therapy, then leaves Secretary Kwon to deal with things.

Nan-gil eventually wrestles Dong-jin into Yeo-joo’s car, then collapses on top of him. Yeo-joo drops the coy act, saying that she didn’t come here because of Na-ri. Na-ri retorts that she wouldn’t have come at all if she had any respect, but Yeo-joo just tells her to cut ties cleanly, and stop calling Dong-jin.

She has the nerve to say she’s the victim, and Na-ri viciously kicks her car several times. She calls Yeo-joo stupid and shameless, and threatens to pay her back with her worst fear. She vows to tell everyone, Dong-jin included, all about Yeo-joo’s sordid past.

Yeo-joo suddenly changes her tune, and tries to snuggle up to Na-ri and apologize. Na-ri throws her off, and Yeo-joo gets on her knees, begging her not to tell Dong-jin. Na-ri says she’ll do what she wants, so Yeo-joo can live in fear. With one final kick, she goes inside.

The kicking wakes Nan-gil, who drags himself out of the car. He straightens Yeo-joo’s bent rear-view mirror with a goofy grin, and warns her not to get into an accident or Na-ri will blame herself. Okay, that’s kind of sweet.

Yeo-joo leaves in a huff, and Nan-gil finds Na-ri waiting for him and gives her a big bright smile. She tells him to come inside, and he cheerfully says, “Okay!” before tipping forward into her arms.

COMMENTS

So many mysteries, I love it! Nan-gil is both great and terrible at keeping secrets, with his rule that he won’t answer a question if he has to lie. While he gives practically no information away, sometimes just his very silence is answer enough in itself. Na-ri is already figuring out to ask yes or no questions, and deduce the answer by whether or not Nan-gil responds (though, is anybody getting the sense that his “I need to knead dough” is a more honest answer than it seems? I can’t help but wonder if he’s giving her a clue). As a pretty straight-shooter, Na-ri doesn’t think deviously, but she’s being pretty clever about finding ways to counter Nan-gil’s refusal to tell her anything about her uncle or his own past. And I love how she just asks the questions she wants answers to, and lays it all out openly. Na-ri is no shy young drama heroine, scared to show her hand, and I can’t wait to see how that trait serves her when feelings start to get involved.

In addition to it being a smart way for Na-ri to get roundabout answers, Nan-gil’s habit of not answering when Na-ri asks a question he can’t answer truthfully, has a way of making me as a viewer want to analyze every little thing he says. It’s fun, because so much of what he says and doesn’t say can be interpreted many different ways. Such as when Na-ri asked if her mother told him she didn’t have many friends, and he doesn’t answer. Is he just refusing to discuss his relationship with Mom anymore today like he said, or is he not answering because to say “yes” would be a lie? And if it’s a lie, then how did he know? Is he someone from Na-ri’s past that she doesn’t remember? Dream Nan-gil asking if his name sounds familiar seems to suggest that they have met before, and Na-ri just doesn’t remember yet. Which leads me to my next suspicion…

There’s something about the way Nan-gil looks at Na-ri when she’s not looking, that makes me wonder if he doesn’t have feelings for her already. He seems to know a lot about her, and his concern over her health sometimes feels less fatherly to me and more like a guy who likes a girl. He likes to yank her chain to get a reaction out of her, and the way he acts like a dad to her sometimes has always felt like he’s just pulling Na-ri’s pigtails, to me. He’s very difficult to read, especially when hearing her call him “father” makes him so happy, but then other times he looks at Na-ri like there’s something more there.

Maybe I’m reading too much into it, and I could turn out to be completely wrong, but I don’t think Nan-gil married Mom for love — I agree with murasakimi’s take on things, that Mom and Nan-gil probably had an arrangement in order to protect the house and business from Na-ri’s uncle. There’s no doubt there was a lot of affection between them, but I don’t think it was romantic. HE mentions things like how bad the mandoo was when he came, and that Mom approached him first, which makes me think this was never a love arrangement. It feels to me as if Mom hired him to save the restaurant, and they became close. It’s possible that Mom sensed that something may happen to her and everything would go to Uncle, who is clearly wrapped up with Very Bad People, and she married Nan-gil in order to make sure the land and restaurant eventually go to Na-ri. And I wouldn’t be one bit surprised if Mom talked about Na-ri so much that Nan-gil started falling for her a little bit before they even met. But then again, maybe they have met before.

And maybe I’m okay with that because for me, their stepfather/stepdaughter relationship isn’t really terribly off-putting. Weird, yes, because of course having a stepfather who’s younger than you, much less one who has the nerve to look like Kim Young-kwang, has got to be bizarre. But because Nan-gil and Na-ri never knew each other while he was actively her stepfather, it makes their inevitable attraction to each other less icky for me. And maybe, if my theory is correct and Nan-gil found himself interested in knowing Na-ri while her mother is still alive, it’s possible he avoided her (as he admitted previously) because of that very reason. Again, it’s pure conjecture this early in the show, but it’s an interesting thing to think about.

 
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Lollypop, thank you so much for recapping this drama. I have looked forward to your update ALL. Day.

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Anyone else stared at Lee Soo Hyuk's face when he was in Na-Ri's room? I couldn't stop thinking that any screencap of him could easly be on some magazine cover

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Right there with ya!

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Yup, couldn't stop staring!

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I don't mind them falling in love, but i wonder if he has a terminal illness and that he would die in the end, hope not.

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i actually was wondering if it was some kind of stress induced anxiety attack? it could also be a panic attack taht was triggered by a traumatic memory. terminal illness seems too makjang but sadly is very possible. the tree blooming by the lake made me think he has such and such time left to live. but it might ALSO mean thats the amount of time he plans to take care of the house before transferring it all to Nari.
since regardless of his health i doubt his or mom's intention was for him to keep everything indefinitely. more like he's guarding it while the sharks are circling the land/and nari's uncle. who knows there's so many questions i have! i like lollypip's theory tho. and i feel like there is plenty of conflict alrdy without a silly terminal illness plot. but hey its only ep 3 so anything could happen.

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I like these ideas!

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Yes, I was wondering if something happened where he gets anxiety in cities or crowded spaces and now he needs open countryside and a more quiet lifestyle.

After reading the recap, I didn't realize the mandoos were bad after the dad left. Maybe dad knows Nan Gil and taught him how to make mandoos/take care of his family?

How old is Na Ri? Could they have been childhood friends?

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She's 34 because the papers secretary Kwon gave to Deok-bong said she was born in 1982 so that means she's 8 years older than Nan-gil!

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Interesting idea about the tree meaning he only had so much time. I read that statement an entirely different way. Trees take decades to reach full growth, and in truth they never stop growing. I took it to mean that he never intended to leave but to live their the rest of his life. Of course, that doesn't necessarily mean he would live alone.

I also thought the incident in Seoul was some type of panic type attack. Perhaps Nan-gil can't be in the city anymore either because of something traumatic or like a claustrophobic feeling. Perhaps that is how he ended up in Na-ri's hometown to begin with.

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I thought claustrophobic panic attack as well.

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I think that Nan gil has a phobia for big cities. That's why he stays in the small town.

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I also wonder if Nan-gil knew Na-ri while she was growing up? Perhaps he had an episode (or whatever event actually triggered the start of him having these "episodes") and she or her mother intervened, helping him in some way. Perhaps he feels indebted to one of them. Certainly, at least Na-ri's mother seems to have shown him love and kindness. Perhaps he had a moment of vulnerability at a time that his gangster lifestyle was at its most dangerous, and his mother gave him refuge and a way to cope I almost wonder if his need to "knead bread" is a form of therapy for him.... That would be VERY interesting. No matter what, I love the mysteries and how they are dropping little hints along the way. The more mystery solving, the better in my opinion! Also, I just love, love, LOVE the boys together. They are so endearing! Gracious. I just wanted to watch them for hours!

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I for one sadly didn't enjoy this episode as much as the first two. I felt like they're already writing in circles, in having Nari believe in him, then not, then do, then not... And also having NanGil like the cheating ex, then not, then yes, then not... Not sure if it's because it's based on the Webtoon but I'm a little worried if they're already writing in circles and it's only episode 3.

I appreciate that Yeojoo got a little bit more characterization in her phone call on the bus to her gym buddy. She at least has the self awareness that she's being pathetic in going after the guy, but she's willing to fight for him. I'm pretty sure she will end up dumping the ex (not sure what she sees in him right now and it doesn't look like she is purely a gold digger)... But I am hopeful that she'll have more depth than the regular annoying second lead. Hoping... It's rare... But one can hope.

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I don't think that it was going in circles but that it just shows how conflicted Na-ri feels about this whole situation. Nan-gil seems sincere, Na-ri saw the pictures and her mother looked very happy with a broad smile and Nan-gil looked happy with her, he says things that remind her of her mother and that just shows he was really close to her and cared about her to remember her like this, everything about him shows his sincerity but yet everyone around Na-ri keeps telling her not to trust him and that he's a conman, she doesn't know what to trust!

And Nan-gil never really liked Dong-jin, he mentioned it in this episode when he was drunk, he said that he didn't like him but tried to get along because he thought Na-ri and Dong-jin weren't over yet so the moment she clarified that bit, he got up to throw Dong-jin out!

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To trust or not to trust? Frankly, I wouldn't want to be in Nari's shoes. Wouldn't you waver too, if you were her? On one hand, you trust your beloved mum to make right decisions, and the pics are so sweet n sincere. On the other hand, mum did marry a man even younger than you! I think the show is doing right in showing her conflicting emotions - frustrating though they are, especially when she can't see that pass Dok Bong's schemes.

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First, what I can say after watching the first four episodes is Youngkwang is soooo cute yet hot!!
Then, so many mystery, I love it but please no terminal illness,, they say it's romcom so terminal illness is no no but now, I doubt that... please writer no!
My wild imagination is nan gil actually got married with nari not mom in the past, haha... But nari and dj's relationship was 9 years, right? So it's impossible
So far I enjoy it, can't wait for next week!

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I don't think there will be a terminal illness here, I think it is only an anxiety attack of him, that's why he can't go/live in big cities, but he went there to meet the ex-bf to return the 30k to him to solve the problem for Na Ri (how sweet), knowing that he will get another attack being in the city again....this is rom-com and not a melo so I believed it will not have a terminal illness and will have a happy ending *crossed fingers*

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@LollyPip thanx so much for the recap! ^^

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I agree with the theory about him saving the business, but I still feel a little icky about the stepfather/ romantic lead thing. I would like the mystery to be resolved before the romance starts.

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me too, I hope the mystery will solve before the real romance between them starts...

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What are the odds... KBS has two (prime time) dramas running now with an airport/airline/flight attendant theme. "On The Way To The Airport" is (partially) sponsored by Air Asia, a Malaysian based airline. Their logo is prominently featured along with the exact flight attendant uniforms on the cast. "The Man Living In Our House" is a bit more subtle but clearly identified as Asiana Airlines (A380 planes) and a slight variation to their uniforms to obfuscate the Asiana logo. Both are entertaining in their own right, but I favor the comedic stylings of Su Ae.

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All are with setting of air stewardess but different is that the former one have affair going on all over the drama and one is melo romance while the other is rom-com....

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Oh, I'm so loving this show right now. The tone and pacing are spot on and I always can't wait for more.

I could be wrong but in an earlier episode Nari asked Nan Gil if he married for love. He paused before he answered and then said "yes." I think that maybe that yes ment that he did marry for love, but not for love of mom but for the love of Nari. It seems like the show keeps hinting that he knew her in the past and perhaps grew to love her? Maybe, like Lollypip said he had to marry mom to protect the family assets? It's too early to tell, but that's the vibe I've been getting.

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THIS IS EXACTLY WHAT I HAVE BEEN THINKING!!!!

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Oh dear. You all just gave me a horrible thought.

If Nan-gil actually knew Na-ri in the past, could Na-ri's past include some convenient amnesia ??????? Did she love him back? Would a good thump on the head knock some memories into her?

(Yes, I've been watching too many k-dramas. Why do you ask?)

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LOL, another amnesia? I think she just had forgotten having encoutered him in her past....

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Amnesia is such a cliched plot in kdramaland, I have enough of it in Shopping king Louie, so I hope not another one, and I believed she didn't have it, just that she don't rmb him from their (brief) encounter during their much younger days?

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Oooohhhh... I really like this Na-Ri.. <3 <3

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Hahaha!

Just realized that we have TWO "Na-Ri"s for this week prime time drama.
One Na-Ri is this Hong Na-Ri from KBS's The Man Living in Our House.
And another Na-Ri is Pyo Na-Ri from SBS's Jealousy Incarnate.

Yes, This Na-Ri is more spunky and less frustating for my taste.

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I like this Na Ri so much more than the other one in JI...the latter one frustrates me so much...

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I'm quite torn about Hong Na-ri. She has her moments - whenever she talks about her Mother, my heart bleeds for her. It's also evident that she's very passionate about her job and the elegance she carries whilst she's working often appears outside of work, too. However, I find her so inconsistant. One moment, she's upfront and honest about her concerns and her intentions. The next, she's scheming and sneaking around. It's fair for her to be suspicous of Nan-gil, and he probably would at least try to be a little considerate of this, but I can't understand why she keeps flitting back and forth between being reasonable and unreasonable. I definitely like her, but I wish she made more sense.

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I agree, Lollypip. I get that same vibe that he somehow already knows her, whether it's because he met her when they were younger or just feels like he knows her vicariously through mom and maybe by secretly watching when she visited in the past, I don't know. But I definitely get that feeling he knows her more than he lets on and already had feelings for her.

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I agree on so many things: Nan Gil definitely looks at her in a very longing, man looking at a woman he likes way and she too, albeit it still very rudimentary. Na-Ri appreciated his ass, her pissed off reaction when Yeo-joo flirted with him and that final hug are all very telling.
Also, I think that Nan Gil is someone from her past and he was way more impressed with her, then she with him. It could be the age difference, it is at least five years, so if she was 15/17 he was may be 10 or 12.

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yeah they knew each other . nan gil's first love is nari !!!!!

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yes, I like the way he look/gaze at her too...more than a fatherly kind of concern (over her well being and health etc)

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I read a comment that nangil maybe suffering from some anxiety sickness. It only happens when he is in town centre, because at the home town he is perfectly fine, right?
Did he have some trauma in a busy city centre? Argghhh, I'm so curious

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Thats a really good insight! I hadn't picked up on the fact that his attacks (or whatever they are) always happen when he goes to the city.

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I know right...
I'm so curious, is it related to the mother's accident?

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also he said that car traffic are dangerous or smth like that to that crazy/stalker little sis

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I think so too, that's why he can only live in the countryside to avoid his anxiety attack, it's like the same with ppl who have anxiety attack in enclosed areas or in elevators...just that his is the one with city (high rise buildings, many cars, crowded traffic etc)....

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Unexpectedly, I am really loving the Yeo-joo character. Usually scenes with second leads feel like filler, but here she's this entirely bizarre storyline all on her own - some sort of serial boyfriend grifter who gets off on fleecing guys but also on stealing them out from under women she envies. I LOVED her description of herself to her gym buddy too.

All women have encountered another woman with some traits similar to Yeo-joo, but the show turns that up to 100 and then gives us perfect visibility into her real self, letting us see both saccharine Oppa Yeo-joo and the game-playing selfish Yeo-joo. She's so wicked it's fun.

I do feel like Su Ae is on a slightly different comic page than everyone else, but also like that's partly the writer's fault. Na Ri is coming across as cartoonish, which Yeo-joo pulls off (because she's a second lead and cartoony evil is effective) but in Na Ri is a little harder to accept.

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I know right! The second leads are fantastic. They're like in this twisted drama of their own, and the actors are totally owning it.

I also agree that Yeo Joo is overly huffy, but I think that might decrease as she's able to slowly and properly mourn the end of long relationships, with her mother and fiance. Nangil has suggested it's a defense mechanism, and I don't think it was portrayed in the best way until now but I like her maturity.

It's strange. Kdramas are full of high school students acting like adults and adults acting like high school students.

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Love it
will be back later..

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Thanks @LollyPip.

This is a fun watch. It was funnier in the first episode, but at least the comedy has not disappeared entirely.

A little note: I'm not sure if the car was Yeo Joo's, she went to Hong Mandoo by bus.

Do I see a possible love triangle or quadrangle looming up with ex-bf and dad in the picture and who knows... maybe a pale, skeletal attorney in the offing? :)

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The car belongs to the ex-bf.

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@Growing Beautifully
Haha ! "Pale skeletal attorney".
For me, it's attorney with vampirish vibes.

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I love the attorney with vampirish vibes!

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Especially when he grabs Na-ri by the hoodie strings to drag her along. I actually cheered for the no-wrist-grab.

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I alwats think LSH is a vampire hahaha

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I love it! I do find Soo Ae on the edge of almost overdramatic, but I find her so funny that I can't mind. I'm really loving her chemistry with both Kim Young Kwang and Lee Soo Hyuk. I find it hysterical that Lee Soo Hyuk thinks of himself as a high powered, sophisticated businessman, but he's constantly being undercut by all the women in his life.
And of course, Kim Young Kwang is gorgeous and adorable.
I'm so glad this drama is staying good so far!
My only hang up is the little sister. I'm not sure how she's supposed to come off, but I find her a little creepy, and not in a funny way.

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yeah I find her creepy too....a weird stalker....but sad tat she is being bullied at school by her classmates....I guessed we will see how important her role is , later in this drama ?

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Is the Jacket LSH wearing, is the same Traffic Light horror LGK wore on W ?
Is it going around spreading fashion horror one show @ time ?!!

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I only got my eyes on Lee Soohyuk. *heart eyes*

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You know, I thought LSH looked like a very stylish Torero.

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OMG, how did I miss that??? Gonna go rewatch now!

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I scanned through the screen caps, and the jacket I noticed was the I-hit-a-bird-while-walking one. That jacket? Because that thing is distracting.

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Ugh, I love this drama. It didn't even creep onto me, I was pretty much sold by the middle of the first ep. I do think he has romantic feelings for her (that he's buried for decades), but that caring for her health is more because of his own lack of it; he knows more than others how important it is to be physically healthy.

I LOVE EVERYTHING. Even vampire dude is doing something for me.

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"Abuji"'s (am I spelling that right, or am I spelling SK Louie-style here?) grin is a thing of beauty. I love it! All of the characters are fun. And the recurring theme of the heroine saying her piece on the phone, then hanging up on the hapless villain that is LSH and his reaction cracks me up!

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Not sure if this counts as a spoiler, but is there anyone who read the webtoon who can let me know if Nan Gil has a good reason for keeping everything a secret? I just want to know if I can continue watching this show happily!!?

Right now, I want to feel bad for Nan Gil that Na Ri is so distrustful and has hired a lawyer behind his back, but come on, anyone would be suspicious. This is her mother's house. Why are rooms locked? If he's (potentially) saving the house for Na Ri, why keep insisting that this is his house and that he's going to keep living there until he dies?

Also, I'm kind of holding out hope that he never actually legally married Na Ri's mom. Maybe that was her first marriage certificate, and the photo is a sham so that they could comfortably/publicly transfer the properties to his name. Just because the wife died doesn't mean he's not still the stepfather, right? Or... how does that work?

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Spoiler of sorts: you should keep watching, some of your questions will be answered pretty soon. Don't loose faith.

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Eek! That does count as a spoiler, especially since the "is he her real stepdad or not and why" seems like the main mystery of the show.

Thanks @nahaluk for not answering the spoilery question! :D

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I actually enjoyed this episode more than the previous ones. So funny. I just hope that the show won't give NanGil some sort of typical illness or make him be possessed by someone else's soul (,causing him the temporary physical weakness). That would be too cliché.

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Don't think so, this is not a melo like Marriage Contract nor a horror/ghost drama like Bring it on Ghost....haha

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The scene where Nangil is shirtless with just an apron around him, trying to open her gift was funny. But man, his expression when he saw the gift...and then he said, it's like a gift from a child to her parents. Lol!

Kim Young Kwang has nice smiles. The 'abuji' smile was also very cute.

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He looked so sexy shirtless with only apron on him (showing off his muscles)....hahaha

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LOL i thought i m the only one who notice KYK sexy muscles when he wearing apron.I repeat that scene many times because his expression when he want open the gift and in a same time hide his tattoo was so adorable and epic.hahaha

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Thanks for the recap LollyPip. When Nan-gil tells Na-ri he knows that she didn't have any friends growing up, it certainly does seem like he knew her when they were kids. That combined with the bit about the dumplings being bad until he got there got my brain spinning. Perhaps Nan-Gil used to live in Na-ri's hometown? Maybe he even learned to make mandoo from her father before he left? When they showed the scene of Nan-gil' attack, I thought it was a panic attack brought on by being in the city. Perhaps when those attacks began Nan-gil decided to head to Na-ri's hometown because it was familiar. That might be how he connected with Na-ri's mom.

I do find Nan-gil's different reactions and answers or non-answers to questions curiosity inducing. I think that he is a man wanting a family. So, when Na-ri treats him like a father, Nan-gil is pleased. I don't know that he is consciously attracked to her as a woman yet. I think that he is more wanting to be a part of a family. Based on his answer/non-answers about his relationship with mom I do think he loved her, just not romantically. When he says he married for love, it could mean that he loved mom in a non-romantic sense or even that he loves the restaurant. I think the marriage was on paper only, a deal Na-ri's approached him with to protect the property from Uncle and/or others.

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i actually also feel like nan gil knew her when they where little and when he came back to avoid his father or uncle mob(see previous ep) he found himself a house and a job thx to na ri mom . and i guess for buisness / famili\y matter that he married mom to protect nari house nad buisness and will give it back to her when the threat (dont know which ones) will be over.

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ah also i kind of feel mom deth is related to that crazy little sis of rich guy.

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This is the only mystery that I can't speculate on, it seemed that she's an introvert who only knows how to stalk on her crush Nan Gil, she seemed jealous whenever she see any ladies around him etc.....maybe she has taken photos as evidence over the mum's fatal accident though....

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Oh gosh, this is my current drama obsession (alongside 1% of Anything). Su Ae is one of my fave K-actress and this is the first time I watch Lee Soohuyk, and I can feel the chemistry of the two. Definitely shipping them! :)

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* Sorry, I meant, Kim Young-kwang :)

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At this point, I'm satisfied with the decision to start this drama. Looks like I may have four out of seven days of the week squeeing and laughing. Yay! (So far)

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me too, at least I have 4 happy episodes each week to look forward to (including SIG in Shopping King)

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Yup, that's my other half of the happy four days of the drama week!

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I effing love this show SO much. The wackiness of the premise is like jdramas and/or mangas so I don't find it especially off-putting. Plus it gives the leads a built-in reason to not fall for each other and/or reveal their feelings to each other. I suppose that's frustrating for a lot of people but I love the sexual tension it drums up.

Also Su Ae. Also the guy who plays her ex.

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Nari could use some kneading too, lol.
Age diff seems to be just 3 yrs, Nari's biodata showed her to be born in 1987. And the lil sister really reminds me of suzy.

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The drama is all kinds of cute and has an intriguing mystery to boot. Thanks for the recap!

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Yes, rom-com with a little mystery ingredient in it, just like in Shopping King Louie....

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I have to replay the part when Nari calls him dad because his expression is priceless. Seriously, I don't know if he has any paternal interest or love interest since he looks neutral when he told jerk ex-fiance that he's not trying to meddle with their relationship. Anyway, since almost all Kdramas have a childhood connection, I'm thinking that he knows Nari way back and Nari just sort-of forgotten him. I just hope he doesn't have any terminal illness or something.

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Am I the only one bothered by the overly cheerfull BGM? Even if the scene is serious/confrontational, the music is like that.

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Thank you LollyPip for the recap.

I agree with you that it doesn't seem like Nan-gil married Na-ri's mother for love, but judging from the pictures of him with her, it seems like he did really care about her otherwise he wouldn't have agreed to this bizarre arrangement. He might've married her to save the restaurant and the house from Na-ri's uncle and from Nan-gil's reaction to that phone call he had with Uncle I'm guessing he is in deep trouble with some bad people and is in need for money!

I do find myself very curious about Nan-gil, he's shrouded in mysteries, we don't know how he came to this town and we don't know how he met Na-ri's mother, and it seems like he knew Na-ri and that he met her before but we don't yet know where and how, and what about what happened to him when he left the coffee shop after meeting Dong-jin? He's cute and goofy but there is a lot more to him and I like that about him, it keeps me guessing!

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As mentioned in my comments in the earlier epi recaps, I think what he has had for Na Ri's mum is gratitude and maybe affection for her as a student/child to mentor-teacher-mum, he seemed like a lonely orphan so I guessed he is also yearning some mother's love from Na Ri's mum, but not romantically.....he seemed to have already fallen for Na Ri instead, that's why he avoided her whenever she went back to her mother's house so she have never seen him before....they might have a brief encounter during their childhood so Na Ri don't rmb that trivial encounter....

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Can't believe sign to team with lawyer/developer who thinks he is all swarve, smooth and looks smirky a every glance.

Nari must have this thing about attracting men with secrets, dad, lawyer/developer & ex-bf. I like Yeo Jin, ex-bf and swarve lawyer, it's fun to watch them, don't get this j-drama vibe often in kdrama.

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I especially like the Yeo-jin character. I've seen Jo Bo-Ah in other shows, but this is the first time I've been really impressed by her acting. Didn't hate her before, just liked her mostly as eye-candy.

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I dislike her role in this drama already, haha seemed like she tried to seduce Nan Gi when she saw him too....oh my....

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I agree with the speculations that the Beanies have commented, that he might have already have a crush on her, know her since childhood and married her mum cos he want to help them guard the assets that the mum had from the gambling addict uncle and the shady ppl around them.....I also believe that he have some kind of anxiety attack in big cities when he see the high-rise buildings etc, maybe due to something unfortunate that happened in the past, so mum helped him and to curb his violent tendencies by kneading dough as form of therapy?.... anyway from the preview shown, I think we will get to know some of the answers in episode 4 ! I love this drama so far and so awaiting for it ! and thanks too the recaps LollyPip !!

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Yay more mysteries.... Loving it. Awesome episode. Thank you for the fast recap and the comments.
From the comments, i like the theory that Nari forget about Nan-gil and yet Nari's subconscious wanted Nari to remember in form of dream Nan-gil.
And theory Nan-gil panic attack in the city might be from trauma of gangster past.
I was totally miss the clues from watching the episode.

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Im wondering if maybe nan gil has a troubled past, and that the mother kind took him in and gave him the support he needed. I imagine with his tatts and what we have seen so far, he was the leader of a gang of some sort and that he has a tragic past. I don't think they ever married for love, but i would like to think that they had platonic affection for each other.

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I think Nan Gil regarded Mrs Hong as a mother figure and loved her dearly in that sense. The marriage was probably to safeguard the assests. Im fully convinced Nan Gil loves Nari. The way he looks at her...no way that's just a father's gaze.

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I agree with both hands up !!

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I was checking up on the viewership rating on its episodes aired this week on Wikepedia and disappointed that it has went down to 7 to 8% only....

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thank you so much for the recap!! I'm really loving this drama and I'm laughing all over again reading the recap!! LOL
I love Nan Gil and Na ri's dynamic, they are hillarious and I love his "I won't give any answer if I can't say the truth" code and I want him to keep it till the very very end of the drama, please!! it gives answers somehow and it leaves no place for noble idiocy or misunderstanding, though his answers can be missleading themselves!! hhhhhhhhhh
I'm sure that Nan Gil and Na Ri's mother marriage was only to protect Na Ri and her wealth from those gangsters and that he only looked at her as a mother figure while he had and still have feelings for Na Ri and her dream of him asking her if she remembers his name made me think that it maybe her subconcious remembering him and that she may really have known him but she doesn't remember for now and that was proved even more when he said that he knows that she didn't have friends but never answered if it was her mother who told her and his eyes says that it wasn't her mother but he knew it himself!! :D how much he knows about her and since when he knew her?!!
I love drunk Nan Gil,I can't stop laughing remembering him being out of controle and his right mind while being drunk LOL but he still remain the ever caring and loving "father" to his "daughter", getting rid of her cheating boyfriend and asking the the shameless hoobae to not get into an accident so his "daughter" won't feel guilty and stressful over it!! that was so sweet!! but I was left wondering how he became a legend?!! he's so sweet and gets even worst when he's drunk so how did he manage to live among those gangsters let alone become a legend?!! another mystery to add to his mysteris list!!
Na Ri is smart and strong and I love that about her!! she will do everything to get her answers and she'll find her way to them one way or another, weither through asking yes/no questions to have her answers through Nan Gil's no lying answers code, using his fatherly care to send him away to be able to search for clues or even getting him drunk for tha :D but she better stop trying to log in into his things because that's giving her out!! hhhhhhh and I'm alway satisfyed with the way she puts that shamless hoobae in her rightful place!!
I find it funny how the cheating boyfriend and Deok Bong keep saying that Nan Gil is to be feared and not to be trusted when they are the ones who are really not to be trusted!! one cheated and still cheating on her and the other is eying her land and wants to have it no matter how!!
my last wish is please don't let Nan Gil be sick that would suck...big time!! I really love him and I don't want that for him and this is a rom-com so we're not supposed to have that, right?!! please!!

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Other funny stuff from this episode:

The Love Shot -- I had to pause until I stopped laughing

LSH's hapless villain. I like that he says he's evil but is thwarted at every turn. I mean, how evil can he be if he has a friggin' ROBOT toy museum??? Oops; maybe I shouldn't ask how evil he can be... But still... Lol

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Is that a father-daghter relationship i'm sensing or man to woman? Im liking this drama by the day.

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Oh im jumping on his one kinda late but NG is indeed cryptic woth the way he expresses himself... he seems so carefree but at the same time, looks so calculative idk what to think. He indeed looks harmless but I wonder if he was some gang member or something, Mom took him to the bright side with a job offer and then promised the restaurant as payment for making it a great restaurant or thought he could take care of her land because Nari was avoiding her and wouldnt def go back to her hometown. Why he must keep all this a secret? Idk but yeah... what I dont understand is ehy Mom didnt leave stuff Mom to Nari... cant you leave stuff to people in SK without their consent?? I think it shouldnt be different to other countries so it must be something bigger.

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