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Tomorrow With You: Episode 5

Our lovebirds embark on an exciting chapter of their lives where everything is practically peachy. As So-joon and Ma-rin adjust to their new living situation as honeymooners, he’ll keep trying his damnedest to create a better, unwritten future for them. But when the past starts creeping up on the present, you can’t help but wonder how long wedded bliss will last when the bride is unaware of the groom’s deepest, darkest secret.

 
EPISODE 5 RECAP

Early in the morning, Ma-rin examines the newlywed house adorned with wedding photos with a huge grin. After preparing a full breakfast, she pops her head into the bathroom to fetch So-joon, who lets out a startled yelp. When he tells her to close the door, she takes that as a cue to join him inside.

She hops out moments later, though, realizing that he wanted her out, and a still-flustered So-joon emerges in his bathrobe. She apologizes for misreading the situational cues, and then he draws closer to her, asking, “Are you sending me a cue right now?” Rawr.

She plays coy, so So-joon backs off to continue showering upstairs. Aw, no pre-breakfast cuddles?

They sit down for breakfast, and Ma-rin looks expectantly at So-joon as he takes his first bite… and freezes. Ha, it tastes terrible, doesn’t it? She thinks he’s so blown away by her cooking that he’s rendered speechless, which is when So-joon comments that he thinks the food has spoiled and spits it out. Dude.

She’s confused since it tastes just fine to her, and she bought the ingredients today. Upset, she takes the dishes away, saying that he needn’t eat the “trash” that doesn’t suit his taste buds. Oh well, now you’ve done it.

She blames herself for ruining the homemade breakfast on the first morning together following their honeymoon, and pouts even more when he lets out a defeated sigh.

Thinking fast, So-joon tells her that he was merely kidding and plops the food in front of him again. That makes her feel a smidgen better, and after stuffing a huge bite into his mouth, he remarks with amazement: “How can you bring out this sort of taste?”

He swallows that bite and says he didn’t marry her just so that she’d cook him three square meals a day. He tastes a spoonful of soup… and nearly chokes. Lol.

He suggests that they can keep breakfast simple and hire a housekeeper, so that Ma-rin can live as daintily as her new nickname Kkot-soonie. But Ma-rin says she loves to cook, which leaves So-joon in such shock that food hangs from his lips. He asks for more and nearly gets caught spitting up the food in his mouth.

Afterward, So-joon hands her a credit card to use at her discretion, but she says it feels too weird, and hands it back to him. She sees him out to his car and makes a lovey heart gesture with her hands, and he waves her inside.

Rather than the office, So-joon heads to Ki-doong’s place, where he finds his buddy scarfing down on ramyun. He chases him around the room to sneak a bite, and when he’s told that he should’ve already had a full breakfast with new wife, So-joon says he couldn’t stomach it.

Noticing the ramyun packaging, So-joon realizes that his buddy is eating a brand that won’t be available for another year. Climbing onto Ki-doong’s bed, So-joon says that people don’t change overnight just because they get married, but Ki-doong wants to know how So-joon feels now that he is.

“Dazed,” So-joon answers, sighing. He then wonders if he needs to send Ma-rin to a cooking academy to avoid eating terrible food for the rest of his life.

Meanwhile, Director Kim and Gun-sook are at the breakfast table conversing about So-joon and Ma-rin’s recent marriage. He wants Gun-sook to remain friends with Ma-rin for the sole purpose of digging up information on So-joon, because he hardly knows any personal details about his boss.

He gets frustrated when she doesn’t readily agree to the idea, and leaves the table when Gun-sook argues that she finds it belittling to chase Ma-rin down just to support her husband’s motives. He finally gets her attention when he threatens to cancel her credit card.

Director Kim gets offended when she calls him petty, pointing out that he’s given her everything she ever wanted and more. He tells her not to raise her voice at him in the morning when he’d much rather start off his day in peace, missing the fact that he’s screaming at her the whole time.

Ma-rin picks up a marriage registration form at City Hall, where a woman stops her from leaving her phone behind. She thanks the stranger, admitting that she didn’t realize she was the “agasshi” the woman was calling because she’s now a married woman.

Ma-rin is called out by her friend So-ri to meet up with their mutual frenemy Gun-sook at the department store. Apparently Gun-sook had begged to see Ma-rin, who can barely take thirty seconds of her before turning to leave. But she stays when So-ri argues that Gun-sook is trying to be amenable.

Remembering to dig up intel on So-joon, Gun-sook asks if Ma-rin won’t buy anything for her new husband. She says picking out clothes for her man is an expression of caring, and tsks at how Ma-rin doesn’t know the first thing about being a doting wife. So much for being friendly.

Gun-sook remarks that single people like So-ri are missing out on the fun of shopping for her spouse. She then picks out a jacket and asks Ma-rin for So-joon’s size, utterly shocked when Ma-rin doesn’t immediately know.

But Ma-rin isn’t one to back down and answers, “A perfect body? A body that would make other men… feel small?” She argues that it’s no fun if she knows everything, when she could easily call her husband to ask.

But So-joon doesn’t pick up because he’s traveled to the future to pick out the newest fashion, magazines, and newspapers. In the present, Gun-sook keeps needling, questioning whether Ma-rin and So-joon are even close if she doesn’t even know his shoe size.

Ma-rin fires back that she feels like she knows everything she needs to know about So-joon anyway: “You could say he’s transparent, even if he doesn’t say it. You could say that we’ve become one. Isn’t that what’s important?”

As they leave, Gun-sook says Ma-rin should at least know the bare bones of her husband’s identity, like his background. Ma-rin says she and So-joon have no secrets between them, and their relationship is built on mutual trust.

She thinks whomever So-joon meets with on his own time is his personal business, an idea Gun-sook can’t fathom in her own marriage. Gun-sook finds Ma-rin’s approach to marriage unorthodox, and seems pleased when Ma-rin stalks off.

Some of Gun-sook’s ideas on marriage linger in Ma-rin’s head while she’s at the supermarket, where she overhears a couple playfully bicker over everything from each other’s friends to the produce.

Having returned to present day, So-joon calls Ma-rin to ask about her many missed calls. She gets upset when he asks why he was shopping for his clothes, then asks the butcher for pork to use for seaweed soup instead of beef. Heh.

Realizing that Ma-rin is attempting to cook again, So-joon hurriedly tells her that he intends on taking her out to dinner. She giggles, “A date?” and gives up on the meat.

When Gun-sook tells her exhausted husband that Ma-rin doesn’t seem to know a thing about So-joon, Director Kim sighs that it’s likely an act. He instructs her to stay close to Ma-rin and wonders why the two women aren’t exactly friendly with one another.

It’s Ma-rin who provides the answer while she and So-joon are out to eat: Gun-sook did something wrong by her, so she treated her pretty harshly, and then Gun-sook did something terrible to her again. So-joon doesn’t understand what that means, but he’s glad that Ma-rin and Gun-sook have reconciled.

Ma-rin admits that she felt bad for So-joon today, wondering if she was too ill-prepared for married life. She asks if he’d like her to be an ambitious, supportive wife like Gun-sook is to her husband, but So-joon says there’s no need when he barely works at the company he owns.

She’s shocked to hear that since she had this alluring thought in her head that he worked hard and played hard. So-joon says he enjoys his leisure time while Ki-doong does all the work, adding that he doesn’t have an ambitious bone in his body.

But Ma-rin is convinced that these words only mask a grueling work life, and So-joon lets her think that and feeds her a bite. He agrees to have her meet his other friends besides Ki-doong and Se-young, but then, a restaurant worker trips and nearly hits Ma-rin with the bucket of hot coals.

Furious, So-joon rises from his seat and yells at him for being so careless around his wife. He slides over next to her, asking if she’s okay. He breathes a sigh of relief when she says she was a bit scared, but unhurt.

Ma-rin insists on picking up the tab afterward, and as they leave, So-joon says she could’ve just used his card, since keeping their finances separate makes him feel uncomfortable. But Ma-rin insists on going back to work, and wants to keep certain financial boundaries until she gets a job.

Smiling, Ma-rin says that makes her sound extremely attractive whereas So-joon says she’s just stubborn. She reminds him of how angry he got at the restaurant employee during dinner, which he explains away as a knee-jerk reaction. Mmhmm.

She asks if he has an instinctual sense to protect her because of the masculine blood flowing in his veins, and says with a sniff that even his scent reeks of masculinity. Spotting a food stall, she asks if they should buy some fruit, swooning when he says they have already have some at home, because that makes her feel like they’re truly married. He laughs and asks her what fruit she wants to get. Aw.

At home, So-joon peels an apple skin when Ma-rin says he needs to grant her a wish if it’s not one continuous strip. She wants him to change her caller ID on his phone to Kkot-soonie rather than her given name.

He finds that childish, though Ma-rin whines that she finds herself getting more childish with him. Calling him “husband,” Ma-rin says her parents only got married because they found out her mother was pregnant with her.

So-joon figured as much, since Ma-rin had told him that her parents got married at the age of 20. She says she can’t remember what her father looked like because he disappeared when she was in the second grade. She continues, “Anyhow, my parents were always my parents.”

He asks her what she means by that, and she explains that her parents never seemed like a man and a woman in love. Even from a young age, she could tell that they had no choice but to stay together for her sake, and wondered if she was to blame for every fight they had, for every time her mother would cry alone, and for every awkward family dinner.

So-joon comments that her exaggeration tendencies started from a young age: “They probably had you and raised you because they loved one another.” She asks, “Am I a woman to you?” He pauses before grunting in affirmation, and she asks him to promise her to let her live as such for the rest of their lives. So-joon responds, “Sure.”

Ma-rin mentions that she was so determined to live a happily married life with him that she even took a lecture for premarital couples. She finds the booklet to prove it, and reads aloud the lessons that spoke most to her, like communicating feelings rather than nitpicking your spouse’s behavior.

So-joon cracks up, then watches her as she continues to read before swooping in to kiss her. “Let’s go inside,” he says sweetly. She hides behind her booklet, but he says life isn’t learned through books. So she twirls her fingers through her hair and invites him to seduce her then.

He bites his lip (rawr) and gives up seconds later, much to her disappointment. Next thing we know, there are clothes strewn about the bedroom, and in bed, Ma-rin wonders why people are always caught up on the negative aspects of marriage, instead of mentioning the fun, positive moments.

She tells So-joon that she’s happy, and he whispers back, “Me too.” He caresses her face, then tells her that his arm is getting numb, so they switch positions so that he can rest his head on her arm. She giggles, “I’ll do it forever—be your arm pillow.”

“When I look at you up close, I think you’re the prettiest woman in the world,” he says. Ma-rin: “And when you look at me from afar?” So-joon: “Like Bap-soonie.” Way to kill the mood.

Elsewhere, Doo-shik drinks alone, looking at a news article about Director Kim spouting the rules of profitable real estate.

So-joon arrives at the office to find Secretary Hwang and an executive, another one of Gun-sook’s housewarming guests, chortling over how Ma-rin is the notorious Bap-soonie. They immediately clam up when So-joon joins them in the elevator and gravely instructs them to shut up.

He takes Secretary Hwang up to the rooftop, where he asks the secretary to make sure not one employee in this company even utter the word “bap” in “Bap-soonie,” even when inviting someone out for a meal (or bap).

Mom swings by the newlyweds’ home to drop off homemade side dishes, and asks when So-joon’s parents’ death anniversary is, which Ma-rin says is a touchy subject. She teases her daughter on her near-empty refrigerator, so Ma-rin decides to cook some ramyun.

She finds a couple of packs in the cupboard, and uh oh—that’s the futuristic ramyun! Ma-rin and her mother slurp up those tasty noodles, and hilariously give it a thumbs-up.

Ma-rin joins a housewives forum and writes about her day, asking the community on whether they’ve tried this delicious new “Duck Ramyun.” She takes a few photos and uploads the post to the forum. Oh no.

Director Kim is irritated to hear about this no “bap” rule, though his secretary seems more agitated about it. That executive we saw earlier drops by to deliver some bad news: So-joon has shot down Director Kim’s latest proposal.

Director Kim beelines for So-joon’s office to confront him about it, claiming to have a strong feeling about the neighborhood’s property value. But So-joon counters that there’s no guarantee the proposal would prove profitable unless Director Kim has traveled to the future to cement his argument.

So-joon remains frustratingly calm whereas Director Kim grows more agitated with each passing second. He screams at Ki-doong for trying to intervene, and So-joon says he and the investors will come to thank him.

Time traveler Doo-shik pops his head in just then, and So-joon drags him out before he can get in a proper introduction.

Downstairs, Doo-shik says he’s leaving the country for warmer weather. So-joon pouts at him for leaving when he’s still unsure of his own future, though he doesn’t have the leisure of time traveling whenever he’d like to now that he’s married.

So-joon says they can just hang out together here in Korea, citing that Doo-shik is the only person who can help him if something terrible were to happen to him. He wonders if loyalty ebbs with age, and Doo-shik tells him to stop clinging onto him, promising to return with an impressive tan.

After Doo-shik leaves, So-joon gets a call from Ma-rin who doesn’t believe that he’s at work because he just left the house moments ago. Aha, so today’s the day where his past self ran into Ma-rin at their newlywed home.

She asks him where he bought the Duck Ramyun, explaining that it was so delicious that she wrote an internet post about it. But the thing is, no one else has heard of the brand. So-joon says a friend of his works in research, and the product is still in development.

Shocked that she could’ve given away a corporate secret, Ma-rin deletes it right then and there, and hopes it’ll still be okay because the post has over a thousand views. Hanging his head, he hangs up. Ma-rin then discovers the shopping bag of clothes So-joon bought in the future.

Meanwhile, at her non-profit organization, Se-young is against the idea of hiring Ma-rin as a photographer. She doesn’t regard Ma-rin as part of the extended family, and is distracted by the memory of the day So-joon first approached her with the idea for the organization.

He foresaw the non-government organization Happiness for Humanity as a way to fulfill his deceased parents’ dream where Se-young will build the houses, her father will run the organization, and he’ll be its main investor. He took her hand to plead with her and threw in some aegyo, and she agreed.

That evening, So-joon stares at the marriage registration form, which Ma-rin plucks out of his hands. She noticed his hesitation, and he changes the subject by telling her to check if anyone else has been talking about the ramyun.

He instructs her to be careful because he’s got lots of buddies who work in research and development, and she wonders why none of those friends came to their wedding. When he says they did but she was too busy to notice, Ma-rin wonders if Gun-sook was right about not knowing enough about her own husband.

So-joon says they should hurry up and register their marriage, have a baby, and live happily. But Ma-rin hones in on the mention of a baby and physically walks away from the conversation. Lol, I love how he’s so terrible at posing life-altering suggestions.

He asks, “Isn’t that why you joined a forum for moms? You don’t want a mini Kkot-soonie?” She asks if he thinks they’re qualified to become parents right now, and So-joon says he’s financially and er—physically prepared to be a parent.

But Ma-rin doesn’t want kids until she’s sure that they’re ready to become parents. He ventures, “Why not? You don’t trust me?” She reminds him that she just questioned whether or not she knew enough about him—plus, being parents is more than feeding a child and putting a roof over its head.

“I’m sure we won’t die early, but if we were to, those child… ren…” She pauses as the gravity of those words sink in for the both of them, and So-joon haltingly agrees that it’d be irresponsible of them to die if their future children were still young, admitting, “I didn’t think that far.”

So-joon fills out the marriage registration form that night and watches Ma-rin sleep peacefully. She cuddles up to him in her sleep, and he holds her close.

So-joon knocks on Doo-shik’s door the following morning, wondering if he’s already left. But HA—Doo-shik turns the corner and hilariously spasms in place before taking cover. So-joon gets a call from Ma-rin, asking if he can ask his friend for more of that delicious ramyun, and he says he can’t.

Cut to: So-joon in January 2018 buying a whole basketful of that futuristic ramyun. LOL.

Se-young’s father puts it upon himself to find a photographer and sits down with Ma-rin to offer her the job. She thinks she isn’t qualified enough to take photographs for the organization’s commemoration book, but offers to show him her portfolio.

Se-young’s father is pleased to hear that she’s interested, commenting that So-joon’s parents would be so proud that both their son and daughter-in-law are helping out with Happiness for Humanity.

Over in 2018, So-joon spots Future Doo-shik outside of Ki-doong’s house. A shabby Future Doo-shik isn’t the least bit happy to see him, and So-joon is curious to know how his future as panned out so far.

So-joon ushers him inside to eat, only to find the place abandoned and full of cobwebs. He asks, “Have I… moved? Did something happen to me?” Future Doo-shik darkly responds, “I’m not altogether sure either.”

So-joon checks the vent for his journal, but that’s gone too, and he asks Future Doo-shik to explain what’s going on. “You and I can’t get a hold of one another,” Future Doo-shik replies. “It’s been some time since I’ve seen your face.”

So-joon doesn’t comprehend how that’s possible, and he’s told: “Because you disappeared. You disappeared, So-joon-ah.”

He asks why he would’ve disappeared, then asks what happened to Ma-rin. Future Doo-shik: “Don’t ask me anything. I already regret how I kept you by my side. It pains me to see your face.”

Future Doo-shik turns to leave, but So-joon asks for an explanation—did he do something wrong? He returns to the present wearing a dark expression, while Se-young’s father explains to Ma-rin that So-joon’s parents ran Happiness for Humanity when it was still a small organization.

She masks her shock upon learning that his parents died in the Namyeong subway crash. She’s told that So-joon re-established the organization a year later, and still serves as its main investor.

Se-young’s father knows that So-joon hates talking about it since it means talking about his late parents. Later, Ma-rin visits the subway crash memorial, wondering if there’s a picture of So-joon’s parents here.

Not too far away stands So-joon, who looks at her with a sad expression.

 
COMMENTS

Welp, what do you mean, disappeared? Is it possible that So-joon is caught in a time loop, or worse, that he ceased to exist? If it’s the latter, is he expected to reappear again before March 25, 2019 or have we entered an alternate future? And where in the world is Ki-doong?!

For all we know, So-joon could’ve been extremely lucky when he disappeared in the future, only to reappear in the tunnel in the present day. I’m dying to know what misstep could’ve made him disappear for so long, since Future Doo-shik has mentioned it’s been a long time since they’ve seen each other. Given how many secrets Doo-shik harbors, I wouldn’t be surprised if they suffer from a fallout later on, but this most recent future teaches us that something has gone horribly wrong for Doo-shik to feel such deep regret. We’ve touched upon the idea that Doo-shik must have a personal investment to keep hanging around So-joon and pushing him toward Ma-rin, and while we’ve yet to learn exactly what that is, his haggard appearance suggests that he too was distraught by whatever happened in the past year.

And while So-joon is very much bewildered by the futures he’s witnessed thus far, I fully expect him to become more desperate as time ticks closer to that fateful traffic accident. I found it both interesting and funny when So-joon learned that his past self ran into Ma-rin, since that cements the idea that we’re in one of the futures he had inadvertently foreseen. It made me wonder if despite all the tweaks So-joon makes in hopes to change his and Ma-rin’s futures, that he’s still caught in a linear timeline. Not only does that make me worried that the older and wiser So-joon will run into his younger and carefree time-traveling self more often, but that we really might see the dejected So-joon in 2019, the one who looked like he had little to look forward to.

Furthermore, So-joon might’ve been worried that the objects from the future might receive early attention in the present, but what if bringing back those items inspired their very creation? Granted there are some choices that seem careless (like newspapers, magazines, and fashionable clothes), but I can also see him using those as instruments to, quite literally, predict the future further than just the weather that day. I can’t help but think that the ramyun might be one of those things, where bringing it back and writing a post about it spurred someone somewhere to produce an incredibly tasty ramyun. Or maybe that’s just my stomach talking because I skipped lunch and product placement really works.

But what we know for sure now is that Ma-rin knows that So-joon’s parents died in the subway crash, on the day they both miraculously survived. At the very least, this might make her feel that she knows more about her new husband now. But she still doesn’t know that he jumps to and from the future and is mentored by a time traveler who hides behind half-walls. Peek-a-boo, time traveler. We’re on to you.

 
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wow

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Sigh! The future messes my present but for me Marriage is more complicated and messier. Trust, secrets , availability . Yes, availability, when husbands and wives are busy making money or doing their own stuff that they forget to bond, love wanes. Well that's my case. Ironically,this drama comforts me about marriage. Guess im in one or two in the issues it tackles.

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I love the way the drama is making a case presentation out of marriage. There's a parallel in Guk Son's marriage too. There's Marin's parents. The questions we're handling have everything to do thiw who or what the right reasons would be to marry, or to have babies. I like that the drama presents these questions realistically, outside the usual puddle of gooey romance that's being sold by most drama franchises.

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And this drama presents way more varied and realistic (to certain extent) idea about marriage.
I love seeing how our OTP's marriage is the one with full of caring (not love yet, it's getting there). The two sure are just newlywed, but their conversation, the way they handle things, are mature so far. I know I would only bleed for Ma Rin, but now I am rooting for both of them.

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That scene from the peeling of the apple to the end of the bed scene when he calls her Bap Soon and her expression changes while he laughs is just too good. It reminded me of 1%'s drinking at his house scene when DaDa takes the drunken initiative. What I love about this show are the many moments there are--the good, bad, and ugly. I agree with the other posters above with the parallels between their marriage and the other relationships in this show.

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Agreed. For two people who have just met three months ago, they're actually adjusting to each other quite well. I can say for sure that they're doing a much better job than Guk Son and her husband.

I wonder if this drama was built around South Korea's seeming obsession over getting hitched. It seems marriage and couple things are very big considerations in South Korean society, such that blind dates leading to marriages are perfectly fine. Is the drama questioning the societal perception on marriage? That it's not all glitz and glam and pretty flowers and fluffy pre-nuptial photos... that it's a serious, life-long commitment and not a status quo.

P.S. I have a feeling I'll bleed more for So Joon. TT

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Me too! i like Marin's style of each partner doing their own things and have individuality while being in a love marriage and giving each other personal space.

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I wonder if do-shik is ma-rins dad? He said in another episode that his daughter was suppose to die in a car accident (which was predicted as ma-rin future.) so he tried to get a guy to fall in love with her and then they had a baby and then they lived happily ever after? It's just my imagination going wild ...

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I do think same like you. I also wonder that if do-shik might be marin's dad because that reason also. I think that's why he tried to appear in front of sojoon at the first time he went time traveller so make sure he is the one who introduce many things to sojoon and also how he persuade sojoon to make a relationship with marin :D

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if you go back to that episode's comments you will find a lot of comments about that very thing. Everyone is wondering about that.

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Those lies would be his undoing. And those weren't small, white lies either. He practically hid half of his life from his own wife. It would be impossible for Ma-rin not to feel angry and betrayed by So-joon. I think rather than saving both of them, marrying her for the sole purpose of living longer than 2019 would be the one decision that will wreck both of their life. I hope he realized it soon, before he speed up the danger that already lurking in the corner.

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Well' It's kind makes sense from his perspective not to open upo with her yet. Its Like He hasn't ready to become more open with her yet (look at her, she is too happy with their marriage, If I were him, I will be doing the same think) , They are barely known each other despite they have already married. as though there is still some barrier he doesn't want to open it yet with his new partner. Several people will try to close dark secret in awhile until they think it will be a time to open up everything. It's not as if he is doing something evil. It's not as if he doesn't love her. Their break up perhaps are lies on her side also, you can't just blame all on him this time. Her pespective on Marriage surprisingly too idealist and when the marriage doesn't goes with the way her expecting (people around them is also to blame for making her paranoid), it's fall apart i think.

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LJH + leather jacket = perfection

Lol that's my main takeaway from this episode.

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Girl ????? He killed that outfit. Absolutely! Hot damn. Im too old for this but that man is very sexy and this character is awesome.

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Not to say Tomorrow With You fans were ever actually clear minded, but it seems like since last week's episodes we've all been devolving into gushing and drooling with the occasional "??" at time travel shenanigans.

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Lee Je-hoon, seduce me.

While wearing that leather jacket.

Hahaha!!!

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Okay then, I'll take the collar bone crevices and the firm-chewey arm muscles of the bed scene. :D

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I suggest you watch Running Man (when he was promoting Phantom Detective). I'll just hint that muscles were visible!

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He was on Running Man? I haven't really watched that variety show. To be honest it's my first time watching Lee Jo hoon in anything and i'm really blown away by how well he's handling Yoo So Joon. He makes the character so adorable!

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you mean you haven't watched Signal?! Watch it IMMEDIATELY!!

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finally the recap is here. thank you Gummimochi ! ☺

can someone enlighten me. when Sojoon meets future Dooshik in the future, is it outside Kidoong house ? or Sojoon house ? cause it's Sojoon's house that turn mess right ? I'm a lil confused there.

I love the moment when Sojoon watched Marin sleeping, then hugged her in her sleep. it feels like he's caring and protecting her. it has been some time to watch a married couple (not just a couple) on bed together.

and when Sojoon says, "is this a signal ?" I am like... omo what u said SIGNAL ??

ahhhhh the rating of the show keep dropping, while this is the only the drama I am watching at this time despite there're dramas on public broadcast.

maybe all is because Lee Jehoon's charms ? ehee.

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Ki-doong's house. Which makes me wonder where Ki-Doong is and why So-Joon didn't look for him? Haha

But when Ma-Rin was the first thing he asked about after himself, I did go aw. Boy sure is caring more and more about her despite his comments.

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So then the logical assumption would be that when So Joon disappeared, the company went bankrupt and so Ki Doong's life went into disarray. This must have something to do with that scene of Doo Shik reading the article about Gun Sook's arse of a husband. Gun Sook and his husband has more of an antagonist role to play. Doo Shik's insistence to visit So Joon at his company was most definitely a ploy to meet Gun Sok's husband so for sure, the arse husband is more than just a disgruntled employee. That's what I'm afraid of. Did he have anything to do with So Joon's disappearance?

Surely this drama has me on the edge of my seat. I haven't been this worked up since I Remember You (Hello Monster). I mean sure there are a lot of fun dramas out there, but I'm worked up as in really worked up.

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Woah, I did not consider the possibility that his company went bankrupt. I assume the company would stay as it is, despite their CEO leaving? Someone could take his place, whether or not that is Gun-Sook's husband we don't know yet.

Come to think about it, why didn't So-Joon try to find out what the hell happened to his company while he was in that future?

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This far it hasn't come to me that he genuinely cares about his company. I think he simply cares about making money and then leaves it at that. And yet it looks like almost all of the people in the story are closely connected to the company-- his childhood friends, the antagonists. there has to be something there.

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@riarallahssi : in fact, he is too careless and too trusting with people who he share his secret with. It might be come back to backfire him. It seems he is too dependent on them and what make him has achieved what he has in the present. that it might be led to his own downfall.. I'm so scare there is some betrayal here

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@missjb so far, only Ki Doong knows his full facts, right? My god I wouldn't be able to handle a betrayerl from Ki Doong. TT

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uhh ohh thank u guys. I just get to know that's Kidoong's house which Sojoon consider as his second home sometimes as Kidoong is the only one know about his ability. Episode 6 explained some more details. but I don't want to spoil here, meet u guys on Ep 6 recap. :)

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You used my favorite screencap at the end! Haha, I have to say, I'm loving Jo Han-chul in this role. Despite being cryptic and fishy as all get-out, he is just endlessly amusing when he's trying to hide and sneak around. I don't trust him one bit, but his physical comedy is great.

I'll share move deep observations on the next recap! I continue to adore this show more and more each episode :)

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Their breakfast scene in the morning and bathroom scene are so funny. Lee Je Hoon expression is just GOLD, I can't stop laughing. They depict the newlywed that barely known each other quite spot on.

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Why can't he tell her about how travels in the future? Like kidoong. It's easier than hiding the truth from her.

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I'm guessing because it is too strange and ridiculous of a occurring that he probably doesn't think she would believe him. Also so far, he thinks that he can manage being married to her and hiding his travels, but as we see it is starting to unravel slowly, since she is starting to notice the strange things around her. Another reason IMO, is that he doesn't want to ruin her happiness, I mean if he tells her that he time travels to the future, then he will have to tell her the rest and that really serves no purpose other than stressing her and making her sad. So maybe he wants to spare her that knowledge.

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Ok. But why did he have futuristic things lying around in his house when he's not ready to open up to her yet? Marin is not dumb. She will catch on later. Ugh! He's so careless. Sorry for venting my frustration on you?

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Well, In my perspective, He has been living alone all this time, so it's make sense he is abit careless.

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That really bugged me about So Joon. He's enjoying his powers a little too much (do you really need to buy clothes that come out a year from now?) and being too careless. Poor Marin imagines him to be this manly work hard, play hard type, while he's really the childish play hard type

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To me So Joon should tell Ma Rin the truth and together they can work to fix their future. But I don't think he will and that is only going to break Marin's heart.
Thanks for the recap.

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I am so in love with this ep (and this drama) it's unbelievable.

There are many who wonders if So Joon loves Ma Rin for real or not, but I don't think it's a yes/no answer at this stage. Even from the start, he supposed to marry her not for love and gradually falling head over heels for her. But the fact that he protects her (that scene when he is furious is super cute) and when it counts, he actually listens to her speaks volume; he acts as a husband better than some I witness in real life.

Which brings me to forthcoming doom that may cause their separation and later on, their death. So Joon is obsessed with the future and he probably causes more damage by constantly going there. I smell messy timeline, noble idiocy and brewing conflict, but I do wish they won't fall apart that easily. I like that this ep they seem like building a real connection, wish that will count for something in later eps.

This drama is basically a mashed-up of Final Destination + About Time + Time Traveler's Wife it's fascinating. Lee Je Hoon is amazing as a confused puppy in love he is so good in romance & comedy part I don't want him to go dark and heavy project ever again LOL

And Shin Min Ah!!!!!!! I caught few eps of Gumiho and her cutesy there is just too much. But here, she has this right amount of silly cuteness, emotional awareness and maturity which makes her char really endearing.

It's already Sunday in Netherlands and I hate waiting until next Friday. Why...... T_T

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He is destined to be in heavy and dark projects. Even the so called rom-com is actually romance + suspense + mystery. I believe he may posses power that attracts dark projects...

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lol i thought the same thing! I remember him saying he wanted to do a romcom and then I watched this and I was like...do you know what a romcom is?? Are you capable??

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That's good, He is doing a good project despite less buzz ... so far, I like almost of his project including in movie *fashion King is not included lol* .. He is good at picking at least a decent production.

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Same here! Haha when I started watching this drama I was a bit shocked. It's a romcom! Where is the lightness and cuteness? Lee-Je Hoon why do your projects have to be dark?

That aside, I really am enjoying this drama. The romance aspects are there and the time-travel poses very legitimate issues. I'm thinking it has to be a metaphor for something haha but I'll close read this drama some other time. For now I'll enjoy the cuteness and wonderfulness that is Lee Je Hoon and Shin Min Ah on the same screen <3

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Well, you probably are right, he may have real power that attracts heavy projects LOL

It's really baffling because in interviews they keep talking like it's light-hearted romcom while here I am watching it with my heart pounding every ep.....

But both are soo good when they have rom + com part so me happy XD

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"This drama is basically a mashed-up of Final Destination + About Time + Time Traveler’s Wife it’s fascinating."

I'm also getting a lot of Another Oh Hae Young. Remember how Eric Mun in that drama was working so hard not to die? It's basically the same except it's much more fleshed out and more complex in this drama. The moral lesson in Another Oh Hae Young was to love and to choose love consistently. That was a good drama and Tomorrow With You is fastly moving upward the lines working with the same pretexts.

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This is interesting!
I read somewhere someone wrote that time-travelling may have been a symbol of his guilty and unwillingness to move on from the train incident. He is then trapped in the future with constant time-travelling while she is trapped in the past (family issues, bapsoon, insecurities). Their marriage is basically like cancelling each other's tendency and teaching them how to love and live in the present.

In the end, love will trump possible bad things in the future. This sounds way less depressing (and what I prefer) than what I think is gonna happen next week though.

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Ommo! That makes absolute sense! She IS trapped in the past while he's willing himself so hard to continue on if only to make sense of what happened at the subway. That actually makes THE most sense why they'e literally fated to each other. I LOVE IT!

Now that can be an acceptable premise for a romcom.

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This drama...I am really enjoying it and the creativity, realism, surrealism, mystery, romance, and how its calm yet intense. I also like its boldness and its unpredictability, I just hope that SJ will not lose everything in the end. I want SJ to win in the end, and change his fate and Marin's fate.

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As much as I'm loving this drama, the calm before the storm is stressing me out a bit. But I hope the big mystery reveal will be epic and not leave us scratching our heads and wondering, "that was it?". Whatever happens, I just want SJ and Marin to have a happy ending.

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I understand what you mean when you say "stress". I'm at the edge of my seat fearing the moment that breaks them apart, but then the drama tastefully balances this and addresses my fears by intimately showing how deeply they've come together. The warmth in those scenes just has me wanting more and then makes more and more afraid of anticipating their impending heartbreak.

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Lol, yes exactly! The slow build makes me so nervous. I'm constantly worried if this will be THE episode. And because the drama (which feels more like a film) is unpredictable, I won't even be able to properly prepare myself.

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Wow... plot-wise we meandered a bit in newly-wed life during this episode, but ugh... my heart... I don't mind the slow down in this episode at all-- for one, it brought up such interesting, true-to-life questions/discussions about marriage-- from SJ's convo with his BFF, to GS's passive aggressive attempt to snark at MR's marriage about knowing who you got married to, to GS and her husband's interactions. Seriously I can't imagine how GS and her husband got married. They're both so selfish and demanding of each other. I'm providing you material goods, spent extra money on German kitchen set and fancy chandelier that's not my taste-- that equals "sacrifice" and you better not tell me that I'm not being good to you! :crazy: Goodness sake, even MR and SJ's half-baked relationship feels better than their's. Although SJ is still very reserved and secretive, MR opens up to her husband with some heart to heart-- and SJ to his credit, has been very sincere towards her when he responds in these conversations... he never just writes her off when she's being real with him, but gives her his full attention. SJ's sacrificing too but he never lords it over MR

I appreciated the series summary at the first few minutes of this episode-- it kind of tied together a little better for the audience the motivations behind our mysterious SJ. From this ep, I can tell his protectiveness, his flirtations, and concern for her well-being are actually quite genuine. I think he truly finds her presence pleasurable and feels genuinely touched by her efforts to be a good wife, so that's a nice step forward. To his credit, he's trying pretty hard to acclimate himself to her even though he had insisted that he wants to maintain his pre-marriage lifestyle. I wanted to pinch his cheeks when he held back from blowing up at MR for uploading pics ramen-from-the-future, and then went out of his way to buy more for her when she asked. He's not there yet in knowing what it means to love and be a husband, but he's getting there.

I think my FAVORITE scene has to be when he stared at her sleeping and holding her after their morbid children talk... that was the first glimpse of just PURE love and concern right from SJ (without having to wonder about ulterior motives)... he's reminded of how important his task of keeping them safe was-- and not just for himself. I'm not contradicting myself here by calling this scene "love"-- because I'm saying that SJ's going at this whole thing out of order... his heart-stopping tenderness and all the pink-bubbles/rainbow unicorns during their courtship just felt so out of order and premature...

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(continuing) It's also interesting that MR's earnestness consistently teaches him new perspectives... like from the self-centered, exploitative idea of "having a kid will keep us from dying" to "hey, we have to think about our children too, we have to be responsible for their lives too" idea the director then cuts to him staring at the marriage certificate application that he was hesitating to sign before... I think that's the first time he's starting to grasp the gravity of being in a marriage and starting your own family... starting with the responsibility that he now has towards this person he calls his "wife" He's finally getting around to taking time and sorting out all these consequences/meanings. This isn't about problem-solving to stay alive... so much more is at stake... and I'm SO proud of SJ that he's not shying away from confronting these truths (gives the kid a pat on the head**)

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I'm actually glad they aren't depend on the plot only to move the story further. You also need building character background and motivation to strengthen and clear their motivation in order to make sense plot you already set up. IMO the story quite in the right pace. So far It's quite good. I think the drama will provide us more than just a romance focus I think.

The writers previous work kind of hit and miss for me. I loved her All about my Wife movie, then again she isn't the main writers in that movie.

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I also liked the fact that they did a re-cap at the beginning! I practically cheered. It was the first time I watched a re-cap and didn't get annoyed because it actually clarified things instead of repeating things that I already know about but this time in even slower-motion *Goblin I'm looking at you*

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ROFL that was exactlyyyy what I was thinking about lolll

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Since he's a time traveler, it's only logical to expect that he'll have a lot of things in his life out of the usual order and it feels so natural that such disorder will also be applicable on the sequence of him falling in love. He really wouldn't fall in love with Marin had he not met her dying in the future. He wouldn't try to change things, never would have married her and thought of her seriously. Say for example he couldn't time travel and had went on with his life as an orphan. He would never have gotten rich, but he would have already met Marin anyway. But since they couldn't forge a connection, then Marin would have gotten into an accident on her own, be sentenced to a wheelchair then die.

I guess what I really want to know is why did he suddenly start time travelling? And why was Marin even in his life before he could time travel? Geesh, why were they even saved in that horrific subway accident? Is there more to their connection than just the whole I saw you die in the future plot?

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I've the same questions as you and its a bit frustrating that as the no. of episodes are growing the questions and suspicions just seem to increase without answering any prior ones.

The day they both were saved in the subway, a camera click was the trigger but when there are so many people in the subway, why did Ma Rin feel So Joon was the one who did it!! Were they fated even back then!! Do they have an unavoidable fate together of life and death!! Like if one lives through medical prowess then will the other also live miraculously!!

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I'm really curious about that camera click sound in the subway too! I kept thinking maybe someone time travelled to that time (Sojoon? Doshik?? Director Kim who is also a time traveler *plot twist lol*??!) and did the camera thing so that Marin would look up. Gaaah.

It just dawned on me that the show is moving quite slow but not in a dragging way, and I have no idea what to expect in the story at all. Which...is a good thing?

And Lee Je hoon, rawr. Just saw his appearance in Running Man. Double rawr.

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He then wonders if he needs to send Ma-rin to a cooking academy to avoid eating terrible food for the rest of his life.

Don't worry, it's only 3 years. You can do it. Fighting!

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Well, that took a dark turn, lol.

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I died several times at your comment
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A+ best comment! HAHAHAHAAHA Thanks for making my day, Lord Cobol!

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"Marshmallow Meatballs."

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NLQYKCJ9zQ8

While watching the episode raw, I got the biggest kick out of So-joon's facial expressions. He does green around the gills very deftly. The best part was Ma-rin's chirpy announcement of how much she likes to cook. Oy vey. Later in the episode, I couldn't help but wonder if she inherited her cooking non-skills from her mother.

I feel like sending So-joon a plaque that sits on my microwave: The only thing worse than someone who can cook and won't is someone who can't cook and does.

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Thanks for the commercial! I laughed a lot. It's a shame Alka Selzter doesn't do PPL, it would have been funny.

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@Jazz,

Glad you got a chuckle out of it. In the '60s and '70s, Alka-Seltzer did a bunch of memorable commercials with taglines that are still infesting people's brains. "Mama Mia/Spicy Meatball" and "I Ate the Whole Thing" are also available on YT, and have great character actors in them. They're actually 60-second comedies. And the comments are great, too.

Hmmm. Maybe I shouldn't let Ma-rin see these. They'll give her menu ideas. ;-)

"No Matter What Shape" by the T-Bones (later a.k.a. Hamilton, Joe Frank and Reynolds) was the catchy surf music? soundtrack for this totally mod 1966 Alka-Seltzer commercial. The quality is not great because it's a kinescope, not a videotape recording. VCRs were not yet available, IIRC.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gqQvWEpFhuc

Enjoy!

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Or, 3 years of bad food might be why future So-Joon decides to just give up and die on schedule.

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If he would just live in the now maybe just maybe he would be mkre ay ease and avoid the fate he's seeing.

Im convinced his obsession with the future is what has him on that fatal trajectory to 2019.

Every move he makes foward literally makes him take 50 steps backward.

I must say though barring the description of the drama his caring moments in this episode really seemed way more genuine this ep than the last. Watching him watching her sleep was very melty. Lee Ye Hoon and Shin Min Ah ??

This drama has ruined me in good ways. Looking fwd to next week already.

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That's my theory too... that the only way to change the future is by not trying to change the future itself. Live in the now. Treasure every little moment they have together.

Gi-doong, Ahjussi, and Director Kim really make me uneasy these past few episodes. By any chance, they're not gonna back stab So Joon, are they? I don't think I can handle it if the writer pull this kinda plot T_T

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The emotional connection between them is undoubtedly strong. I can't say enough how pleasurable this drama has been. The warmth is really there. I've said this before, I'll say this again. GREAT acting. I could literally melt into a puddle of goo watching their intimate scenes.

I've been walking on eggshells around his feelings for Kkot-soonie---like he'll break her heart any minute now, until he got angry with the waiter for being careless. As I saw the story progress from his anger to the the way he laughed about her reading pre-marital training books, and the way he gazed before swooping into a kiss, I'm convinced that he's more in love with her than he actually acknowledges. I daresay that between the two of them, he's the one nurturing the deeper feelings. He knows more about Marin than Marin knows about him so his feelings are grounded on exactly who Marin is. Whereas our heroine is building her feelings on a very big hollow ball of secret that can collapse anytime.

My heart broke when he realized that he could leave orphan babies if he wasn't too careful.

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So true!!!✋?

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I think the same way too... This drama is all about the meeting of a woman whose live haunted by her past and a man whose live attached by his future, so the message is : live this present time, enjoy every moment of it..

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I totally agree with your hypothesis, especially after episode 1 or 2 when his friend was gently reminding him that for the rest of us non travelers, we only have the present.

I always thought So Joon was enjoying his future travels way too much. There is no need to go all the time. It's like an addiction.

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The part that baffled me the most was when, in the present, Ma Rin was visited by So Joon from the past. I thought that only So Joon from the present can visit the future and then come back, but, after that, the past becomes the past and can't be revisited. But then we see that "our" present is someone else's future.
I know these shows about time travel are bound to have some wiggly rules, and in this one I suppose there are alternate futures, because previously So Joon had seen one future where he was married to Ma Rin and then he left her (in the present) and he went back to the future and he was not married to her any more.
I wonder what happens to the future him when he changes something in the present. For instance, now, that he is married to Ma Rin and the past So Joon comes and see that and gets scared, then goes back to his past and changes things so as not to marry Ma Rin - what happens to our present So Joon, the one whose actions we're following?

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I'm thinking it means that either he returned his fate back to the timeline where he marries Ma-Rin in 3 months as opposed to the one where he doesn't marry her and ends up regretting it and saying to himself that "he should try to make things work with that woman."

OR

All of these are in the same timeline, nothing has changed. He is still headed on the same trajectory.

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"All of these are in the same timeline, nothing has changed. He is still headed on the same trajectory."

Chances are this is true. What doesn't add up with me is how could he have disappeared in 2018, when he was perfectly existent in March 2019 in his apartment, completely dejected, leading towards the car accident? So the fact that it was Ki Doong's house that got featured... Did So Joon's company fall into ruins because of Gun Sok's husband, then, effectively ruining Ki Doong's life and most probably Se Yong's and her dad's... is this why he couldn't make it work with Marin either? Is this why they both died in that 2019 car accident anyway?

It's a bid strange that the advice to have kids could actually be a logical wedge. Even if they could potentially die, they still need to try to have kids so they can try to rearrange the future. In that sense, he needs to grow up and learn to love Marin soonest.

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If things continue like this, then this episode sold me. It continuously keeps my attention with all the dramatic irony, foreboding, cute moments, dark moments, and really!? moments. It kinda reminds me of MLSHR in a way in that there were so many discussable moments and I had similar feelings with that show as I do this one; I just hope it doesn't fall off the tracks and push things too far like that show did. Let's go TWY! Oh, lastly, the male lead is freaking awesome!!!

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this is such a good drama, serious crack.

just watched the latest ep -- it's going to be a verrrry long week waiting for friday.....

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I couldn't finish this episode. I thought Ma-rin was acting ridiculous and making things harder than they had to be. When she's that clueless and high-maintenance emotionally, it wouldn't be a surprise if So-joon felt no connection to her. And yet he seems more attuned to her than I would expect, so good for them both, I guess?

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Yes. Ma Rin isn't being too sensitive with her husband. She want to connect with him, but instead of willing understanding his perspective, she is too overhelmed by imagining an ideal / normal marriage they should go through. No wonder he is abit hestitate to share his other side.

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The concept of normal marriage is so overrated. Normal is always different depend on people in the relationship itself. I hope Ma-rin realized it soon. That Gun-sook's so-called normal marriage isn't that perfect after all. That her half-baked relationship with So-joon could also be called normal. They are genuine and always trying hard to connect with each other. That was perfectly normal for me, especially considering their speedy relationship.

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I think she is actually being oversensitive to the point where it works against her. It's a result of getting married too early in the relationship.

I wonder if her worries about what a normal marriage should be like is that result of seeing her parents' broken marriage and the expectations of what love and marriages should be like because of kdramas (whose tropes she is familiar with) and societal expectations. Her mom and Gunsook were all telling her what she should be doing. Even her piano academy friend sort of agreed with Gunsook on a point here and there.

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You know what other things that i like in this drama? It's already 6th and no sight of obvious PPL in here~~~ *dancing in joy*

Or maybe i'm being insensitive?

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They have done some creative ways of incorporating PPL into the story. That's why you don't notice them.

The shoe. The ramen. The car. They are all PPL. It's not noticeable, because the PD and team believes in the story that much. They are trying not to make make the PPL obvious and annoying.

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Oh i know about the car and shoes but not about the ramen though. Jeez my wrecked mind -.-

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Don't forget the camera tho,

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Wait...are you serious or are you being sarcastic? Those ramyeon was an obvious ppl. Then if you said 6th that means you already saw the 6th episode. There are more ppls in there too...like the "dog-lookalike".

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Nope not being sarcastic at all. Must be not paying attention thouroughly sigh.... My bad

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There is alot of PPL, But more like It's PPL that has to adjust into the story instead of the other way around. So We hardly find PPL annoying.

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Yeah it must be adjusted neatly so not as annoying as subway in signal.

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and here I'm who feels the plot around the subway (train) is a PPL of subway (LOL)

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Marin is supposedly big on honesty but doesn't seem to be able to handle the little bit of truth she was given . Her husband absolutely loathed her food, idk, if I were in her shoes (and I've been there plenty of times, trust me, it seems like my life revolves around the kitchen and meal preparation these days), I would want my husband to be honest with me if he found my food inedible. I'm not someone who finds a hubby eating his wife's inedible food with a smile on his face, romantic.

Conversation along the lines of "Oh you don't like it? Ok, is it too salty, not done etc?" would have helped them better than what went down. If he doesn't tell her what he really thinks, then how can she improve? Now he's stuck looking for creative ways not to hurt her feelings.

If he can't even be honest about food, how the h3ll is he going to be able to open up to her that he's a time traveler? Honesty and trust are kind of a two way street, SJ needs to feel safe enough with Marin to know that when he does reveal the truth, it won't end their relationship, otoh if he doesn't reveal the truth in time, his marriage will definitely not survive.

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You're perfectly right! I don't know how to cook and I hate cooking. I'm a natural-born anti-talent. When I first married, my husband would taste what I cooked and then, if he didn't like it, he'd say: From now on, I'll cook this. You can''t imagine my happiness!

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To be fair, having someone accuse you of using expired food isn't the best way to hear that they don't like your cooking...

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Yeah I was like ouch.

Usually can't people tell if their own cooking is so bad that it tastes inedible to someone else? I also wonder if So Joon just has a more refined palate than the average person.

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Thanks for the recap, gummimochi! I will chime in with everyone else to say that I love this drama.

I watched a youtube video of Shin Min Ah and Lee Je Hoon promoting this drama and was quite confused to see them talking about it as if it were a romantic comedy, when really it is so twisty and fairly dark, with a strong undercurrent of dread and apprehension.

I can't wait to find out what happens from episode to episode, which is crazy because while I'm watching I almost can't stand the tension. Fantastic show, I hope they keep it up!

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Lee Je-Hoon said that this was a healing drama? Where is the healing? I am not healed! Instead, I have soo many questions.

Why is Doo-shik going on vacation? Why was future Doo-shik so angry and Soo-Joon?

Is Doo-shik future Soo-Joon? If he is then why doesn't he know where his past self disappeared to?

What's going to happen to that future stuff that he brought back?

Soo many questions!

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First they give us the stress-related illnesses, then they heal us? (There had better be healing. We were promised healing!)

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The healing must come after. When we're all wrecked and drowning in tears and in agony

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Oh I pls someone help. Someone said that because of low ratings they are planning to re-edit Tomorrow With You (which is 100% pre-produced) please tell me this a lie. I'm having nightmares of Scarlet Heart reditting and please I beg you tell me the news is wrong!?!!

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Really,
I will cry if they do that!

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Are they going to re-shoot some part or what? And oh God. Dear god please no please please no. It's truly a mystery about the ratings but please no re-edit. My heart ache that you mention scarlet heart... The stab leave me a huge scar....

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I think things are going fine at the moment. I would even take Ma Rin's many quirks and issues as is--I guess I've gotten used to them. This show should take the WFKBJ approach and say to hell with the ratings, we are doing a show we believe, try to understand us and accept it for what it is. I guess I can say that because I thought WFKBJ was a good show and so to is this.

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Yes, I hope they'll use Weighlifting or I Remember You route. Forget rating and just make sure it delivers its story well. Maybe people will catch up to it later on. Maybe it will suddenly become booming via internet. Just please don't make any unnecessary change. *crossing fingers

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From your keystrokes to the drama gods screens, or ears, or however they would hear about the international love this show has.

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Yeah, low ratings can be a bummer but if I were an actor or prod crew member I'd appreciate it more if people genuinely loved the drama and believe it's made well, than have high ratings but less substance.

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NOOOOO!!!!! NO TO RE_EDIT!!!! I'm smelling a masterpiece here and I'm hanging onto the drama with every thread. I don't mind that Lee Jo Hoon's concept of healing is dark and twisty. I mean, isn't that real life? Aish! I realllllllllly hate it when production teams make ratings win over craft!!! The drama is doing fine. Can't they just let it be??? And doesn't re-producing a pre-produced drama only add more expenses and bloats the capital outlay? They should just cut their losses and let it be.

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I think this is a rumor born out of the concerns of anxious fans. I've looked at both ENG & KOR articles re: the show from the last few days and didn't find anything mentioning re-edits. So I don't think we need to worry yet.

*Please no one prove me wrong by commenting with a source, lol ?*

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I'm very glad to hear this, I hope no re-edits ever happen! This drama is better than "Oh Hae Young Again" with a lot more depth (so far), so I hope they don't ruin it.

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You got that right. Although to be fair, I thoroughly enjoyed Oh Hae Young except Tomorrow With You fleshes out so much of the time travelling with so much more substance. The marriage of romancre and mystery in Tomorrow With You is poignantly put. Somewhere along the way, Oh Hae Young became a romance love boat that pushed the intellectual discussion to the back burner. That hasn't happened yet in this drama. If anything, it carries so much complexity with it. Majority of that I account to the casting. I can see why Lee Je Hoon is the best fit for this role. Any other flower boy would have turned the drama into a romance OTP fest.

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I too enjoyed "Oh Hae Young Again" as well, but "Tomorrow With You" is on a different level so far.

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My bad everyone. We (including myself) can breathe lol. The person had gotten their show switched. Samidong Diary is being re-edited not TWY.

*does a very happy thank lawds dance*

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gummi- Thanks for the recap!

The dark undercurrent that runs through the episodes has me completely on edge. Everything she touches in his apartment, every hitch she notices in his metaphorical step makes me nervous. The fact that they also manage to show us these beautiful heartfelt moments between the pair, despite the real threat it could all fall apart with one small misstep is so cool.
The second she started writing about the ramen, I was yelling, "No! Stop! Don't do thaaaaaaaaat!" SJ's reaction didn't help, either. He knows that it could be disastrous, just not how.

Also, I love the scenes with Director Kim and Gun-sook, as well as with his underlings. I don't know why he tickles my funny bone, but he does. His delivery and timing underline the absurdity of his character. Hancinema show Baek Hyeon-jin is a movie guy who hasn't done any dramas. At first I was afraid of him, and am still kinduv, but then I realized he was going to be comic relief, too.

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The second she started writing about the ramen, I was yelling, “No! Stop! Don’t do thaaaaaaaaat!” SJ’s reaction didn’t help, either. He knows that it could be disastrous, just not how.

With my history of dramas I was mixed with your reaction here and also thinking that So Joon is so lazy that he can't hide his stuff well enough. It wasn't her fault if they have the what's yours is mine kind of relationship outside of finances--which kinda doesn't make sense now that I typed that out--but yeah. I was sooo relieved that So Joon didn't blow a gasket as I was expecting him to.

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I really like the mood of this show. It's so subtle and quiet but it speaks to your heart. Heck, it breaks my heart even just by looking at their faces sometimes. It confuses me as to whether we know what's going to happen in the future or we don't.

I love the dialogues in this episode. There's that one with Gunsook and Marin where she realized how little she knows her own husband. Then there's the talk about people getting married for the "sake" of the child only to make that child feel like it's her fault that her family is unhappy. That made the next talk about having children pack a stronger punch. I've seriously never thought of that and now it scares me to have children in the future.

Ah, this show is so good. I keep thinking about it even after the episode ends. Lots of food for the thought.

On the lighter side, that bap gag got me laughing for about 10 minutes straight. I just couldn't get over that! The writer deserves every award!

Thanks, gummi for the recap! So excited to watch the episode later with my mom and sister. They're as hooked as I am!

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LOL had me cracking at spongebap. hahahhahaha

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Hahahaha I didn't expect the secretary to be that goofy! And that last song that he tried to do ("it's your generation's song") LMAO

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Hahahahhahaha! Yes. I have to point out how enjoyable it was for me watching the secretary get on the nerves of Gun Sok's husband. It reminds of the managing director bromances in King of High School Savvy. The humor is definitely smart in this one. BGM is mostly mellow but that quirkiness in the script is unmistakeable

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Nice thought about children. I have always felt so joon is kind of selfish, He wanted to have a kid to save his life. But, he didn't think about the kid's life if death came back for him (like doo shik told once to so joon about the subway accident, that it missed him once, so it is coming back for him again) which is shocking since he was also orphaned, I think this is why it got him hard after ma rin mentioned it. And ma rin thought of the kid's life even though she doesn't know there is a chance that she might die early, this is why I like her better than so joon.

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This is the only currently airing drama I am watching and I am loving it. Especially, the adult feel of the romance because most kdramas I have seen only dealt with first love or childhood love except for jealousy incarnate which was one hilarious ride.

I can't read so joon, I don't know whether he Is being genuine or acting especially when he told she looked like bap soonie from afar, I was confused. Ma rin, on the other hand is wearing her heart on her sleeves but even her I am not sure is in love with him since she doesn't really know him.

What I really love about reading recaps is the side comments you guys give for certain scenes, whether similar to my reaction or not, I love reading them. So true about PPL, gummi, I wanted to eat ramen for dinner after watching this episode as they kept implying how tasty it was. :P

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This is the way I see it:

So Joon cares for Marin and feels physical attraction towards her, and he genuinely doesn't want her to get hurt. I would say he is definitely not in love with her (yet), but he probably has started to like her (but he hasn't realized it yet). He is someone who is used to living a single life, so he is a bit careless, but he likes seeing Marin happy and carefree. He is also closed off in a subtle way. The part where I feel that So Joon is definitely playing along and not being genuine, is the part where they do cheesy things, I feel he does those things to appease Marin. SJ does have a streak of selfishness, however he genuinely doesn't want to see Marin hurt.

Marin on the other hand, she is someone who wears her heart on her sleeve, and is very naive in certain aspects. She is also someone who suffers self-esteem issues, and always tries her best. I would say she has a huge crush on So Joon which slowly became love or that she's mistaking for love; or she is in love with So Joon since she fell hard and fast for him (I'm more prone to go with this theory). She wants him to open up to her, and she wants to be closer to him, but he's the one who keeps subtly shutting her out by not really telling her anything about himself, even when he plays along. I'm fine with him not telling her about the time travel, but he could've told her about his parents and the Happiness organization.

Anyways this is my view of things so far.

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Thanks for explaining this Sweet&Sour. Now I feel like I understand so joon a little. I agree ma rin has self esteem issues. That is why I think she is so taken with so joon because she thinks he doesn't care about her past and likes her for her.

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Oh my views are on the other side of the fence.

I think So Joon is the one that is truly falling in love with Marin, although he himself probably doesn't know this yet.

Marin on the other hand is going through motions, being swept off her feet by a Chairman no less, who also happens to be the man who indirectly saved her life in the Namyeong accident. She's attracted to So Joon because So Joon presents himself to Marin in swooping ways. It's definitely a form of seduction, whether or not inadvertent. Sadly, she's taking the bite but is now slowly realizing that she doesn't know much about this guy. When we don't really know anything about the people we claim to love, do we really love them? Or are we attracted to them because they make us feel better about ourselves?

So joon, on the other hand, knows everything about Marin. He knows how she thinks, her issues, her fears, her weaknesses, her crazy, he knows all these and yet he still has the strong urge to protect her. That can't just be instinct. He genuinely cares for her and try as he might to use pity as a cover up to his feelings, I can fearlessly say that isn't true with the way he laughs when he's with her. Even the way he looks at her when she reads a book, or before he kissed her, those are all given signs that he's in this big time even though he hasn't acknowledged it yet.

My biggest fear is in what Marin really thinks. It's convenient to fall for a guy who makes you feel better about yourself, but would she feel the same even when she learns that he's just a regular guy who happened to change his life because he learned to time travel?

One of my most favorite part of the drama was when Marin talked about feeling guilty for being alive and how So Joon completely responded to that. (pictures falling on the street scene). He was amazed that this woman seemed to know how he felt without even knowing who he is or what he's been through. See the irony? He literally hasn't told Marin anything and yet Marin connects to what he truly feels. He couldn't ignore that connection and he is drawn to it.

I'm convinced though that as Marin learns more about So Joon, she'll also fall deeper. I'm hanging on to that part in March 2019 when she held his hand and asked him not to leave her. I hope she meant more.

We just have to wait and see.

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Yeah, I'm on the same page. If episodes 5 and 6 did anything for me, it was proving that So Joon is truly "in" this relationship. I don't think the mistakes he makes are supposed to indicate a lack of feelings or investment, but that there just that, mistakes. Which are perfectly normal to arise when you're suddenly thrown in to a relationship that doesn't have the strongest foundation, with two people who don't necessarily have the skills/knowledge to combat that.

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I'm on the same node as you, I was pretty sure that So Joon has much stronger feelings for Ma Rin even in episode 3 and 4, he's present closed his heart and is doing every minute thing as a work of his mind. The day he starts looking into himself (his heart), he would instantly realise that he's fallen hard for her.

I don't find Ma Rin's feelings as love for So Joon as she know almost nothing about him. She's merely attracted to him and is in love with the thought of being happily married forever.

I feel someone else could have easily replaced So Joon in Ma Rin's life while Ma Rin is the one with whom So Joon felt connected. I don't think he would have ever married if not to Ma Rin.

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The way So Joon treats her nonchalantly makes me sad, when Ma Rin is putting her heart on the table. If I was Ma Rin, I'd be second guessing myself constantly from all of his curt reactions alone.

I was wowing at So Joon's initiation to kiss her first, I had hope! I really thought he's gradually genuinely liking her, but then he had to go and mention about having a kid fast and I deflated. And also, Ma Rin is such a responsible parent-to-be and I love that.

Also to the ramen! They did well with that one. Now I want an Ori Ramen myself!

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Yes, I had thought he genuinely started liking her in the starting of episode four but then when he acted like he was asleep, it was like a wake up call to me. Since then I have been wary of his intentions.

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it's pretty hilarious to me that so-joon can't even rely on his future SELF to give him the answers he desperately wants. obviously something very serious happened to future so-joon but he's even frustratingly vague even when talking to himself! hope there's a happy ending in here somewhere~

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These two break my heart just by looking at them. I can't imagine how painful it's going to be when the actual angst comes...

The show is doing an excellent job of utilizing the sci-fi elements of the plot to punctuate the real-world narrative, rather than having the concept kidnap the story (looking at you W...*cough*). All the hiccups and bumps that the main couple face are actual problems that all married couples have to address. I don't think I've seen such a realistic exploration of a relationship like this in a while...

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Gun Sook once again irks me to no end, she's a constant poison to Ma Rin, and now she's doing it for her benefit. Shouldn't she at least suck up to her, rather than making her feel small for everything she does.

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What pains me the most is that Gun Sooks exist in real life. We have one or two friends who do the same as her, making you feel small and feel bad about yourself. And they were supposed to be a friend.

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Thanks for the recap, gummimochi!

Gun-sook and her hubby deserve each other. Ugh. Now that she's achieved "marrying well," she finds out it's not what it was cracked up to be. She met her match -- and lost.

I really wonder what Director Kim is up to at work. Is he planning to foment a coup?

Shame on So-joon for telling Ma-rin that she looks like Bap-sooni from a distance. Seriously, he can be so heartless -- only to turn around and be thoughtful and tender.

But good on him for putting a taboo on uttering the word "bap" at work. It's pathetic that he has to go to such lengths.

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I don't know yet what to think about So-Joon. He is sometimes so full of himself and I attribute that to the fact that he can time travel. I agree with other beanies here that his obsession about what happens in 2019 is what made him ruin the future. He still has to learn to live in the present and I know that it will be part of his character development, I just hope he learns this time around before the events of the future happen. Also I wonder if that Ramen will indeed come out this year? Because let me tell you the product placement truly worked :). Thanks for the recap gummimochi.

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Also the chemistry between the actors is great.

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I so wanted Ma Rin to be good at cooking as Reason #97 Why So Joon Should Fall In Love Her. It was excruciating watching how conflicted he felt when she innocently asked whether he sees her as a woman. I wish Ma Rin would take off her rose-colored glasses and pick up on his unsubtle hints already. My favorite scene from today was So Joon uncontrollably guffawing at Ma Rin's marriage help book. Their conversation flowed so naturally and without pretense even before he impulsively kissed her. Thankfully, So Joon definitely shows flickers of falling for Ma Rin, like when he chewed that poor waiter out for almost burning his wife, then looked touched at her insistence on paying for dinner, then made a special trip to the future to buy her the ramyun he swore he wasn't going to buy her. Moreover, his "me too" (blissful) sounded 100% sincere, albeit he was in bed with her. Who ended up winning their apple peel bet? I was hoping he would break the peel on purpose just to please her.

So Present So Joon's actions in the future actually happen in the future? I was under the misimpression that the future was an alternative reality. At first, Ma Rin's baffled phone call had me wildly speculating there was another So Joon running around and what we thought was the present was actually the future, or possibly Future So Joon traveled to the past. I was bracing myself that So Joon would blame Ma Rin for uploading the Ori Ramyun photo online even though it was clearly his fault for leaving his future gadgets lying around, but his "I have friends in R&D" excuse was brilliant. I understand Se Young more after that flashback -- she sacrificed her happiness for So Joon thinking they would get together -- but I can't help but be annoyed with her. I really appreciate Secretary Hwang's comic relief; only he would come up with Cowboy Bebop and SpongeBob.

I never want these episodes to end! Thanks a bunch for the recap, gummimochi!

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The feels that I get from the OTP in this drama reminds me to QIHM's: swoony, heart fluttering, and really romantic. Sometimes they are funny too. I don't pursue a relationship with both parties hiding important things from each other, but I already accept the fact that they're human with flaws.. also There are plenty episodes for them to redeem themselves.
I kinda predict which route the story will be taking and which episodes I can put on hold in order to avoid the dying-to-see-the-next-ones when the angst is started and leaves us crazy by its cliffhanger lol.

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Lee je Joon is so good in this drama. He Isn't allowed to show this so much range in Signal. And instead I felt the supporting cast is the one which enable to explore their acting so much more than him in that drama. Here, he is enable to show variety of emotion.

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Wait! So.. they're actually living in linear or parallel universe? If the past So Joon is making different choices in his life, will the present So Joon affected?
The present So Joon did avoid his future wife in the past, in order to change the future. And it worked. When he was visiting the future once again, he turned back to be unmarried. It is a sign that they are living in linear parallel. But if that is the case, then what will happened to the present So Joon? It will certainly affect So Joon that living in the present if the past So Joon made the same flipping decision the present So Joon did in the past by breaking things up with marin. Which we see doesn't happen in here.
Or is it that anytime So Joon made new decision and went to the future to see the effect, he is actually went to the alternate timeline instead of his own? Or is there any other rule that we have yet to see?

Or maybe I was just thinking too much...

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I don't think he was ever unmarried or changed things. Future So Joon's words of "don't try so hard because nothing changes...try to make it work with that women" are significant. Alas my explains gives it ep 6 things and we aren't allowed to spoil, so I'll wait till that recap to explain my thoughts.

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Still watching and loving this show (it truly is my new crack). This episode confirms got me that So Joon is caught in some time loop 'Groundhog Day' type like situation. The things he's doing now he's done before and will do again until he changes one thing that changes everything (stop living in the future and trying to master/control it and just enjoy the now (be it 3 months, 3 years, or 10 years of now) or nothing at all. We see this ep his once present self visits Ma Rin just as we saw in ep 1, even though he's done plenty differently. Also how much of the future is present So Joon's actions really changing?

I'm of the mind that the bigger lesson he and ahjussi must learn (and accept) are that something's are beyond your control. Things happen for a reason. No matter how much it hurts or how you wish to change it, you must someway overcome the pain and accept thins because you can't change it. Something's are meant to happen, have to happen or you risk a dominion effect of upheaving so many lives. All of this goes back to the train accident and the inability right now to not travel to the past. To change the train accident would mean he would not gain the ability to time travel which then he would never be able to go back and change it. Also to change that would me no travel ability, which means no seeing Ma Rin's future. No saving Ma Rin. No getting married to Ma Rin. No myRetis, No money for happiness and so on and so forth. I think the same is true for the future he would like to change and thinks he's changing but really is not changing because something's are meant to happen and will happen no matter how you meddle.

So Joon to me modifies the future, but really doesn't change anything. Let's start with what we know. Ma Rin gets into a car accident. Ma Rin is paralyzed. Ma Rin lives a life of misery for 3 years and then dies. The accident happens in 2016, 3 years later of misery then death would be 2019. Low and behold even with So Joon's interference we know that in March of 2019 (still the 3 years later) there is an accident and one or both may die. What's meant to happen is happening, So Joon simply modified the how. For example although So Joon saved Ma Rin from the baby truck of doom, girl was still in a "car accident that day". While crossing the street a car still "hits" (aka scares her) and she collapses in the street. The meant to be accident still happen, simply the how of it changes. Even the three years of misery occurs (though that's ep 6 so I'll wait for that recap to get into it).

So Joon has no control over what he thinks he controls because somethings just have to happen you can't control it and to try to do so brings about your own misery. You just got to let go, live in your now, and let what will be, be.

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I think I'm agree with you .. suddenly I remember Ashton Kutcher's movie The Butterfly Effect seems fit to this drama route ..

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I'm loving this show.
And LJH is really winning my heart in this- he really looks hot, gawd that leather jacket - Officiallg hawt!!!!
I love the couple - and sadly I feel everything he does just leads to the future. The relationship is bound to break apart because the moment Mari knows he married her to change his fate , with all her insecurities and everything it will be irreparable
And that's even though I'm sure he loves her now
I still don't get what ahhussj is doing - it can't be as simple as he's her dad. It's probably something else

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When that bucket of hot coals almost spilled onto Marin, I was like, is this a final destination sort of situation? Will it be like Eun Tak in Goblin?

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LMAO
I thought about ET too. I was like are there gonna be more dangerous stuffs happening to her / them until they finally get killed?!
My second thought was the scene looked so random. Why would a man accross the room with hot coals? But we got to see So Joon's 'protective instinct', so I gave that randomness a pass since kdramas too (and other fictional shows) tend to insert some randomness to fit into the narrative or move the story forward ?

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Loving the show, loving the flesh out. My concerns thus far, are that So-Joon seems to trust Doo-Shik to much. He knows from work that Director Kim wants the company and his job, he wants control. He needs to go back in time and read his hidden diary and also, read a news paper to find out what happened, go to the library. I hope they will start revealing more, as it stands I'm disappointed in So-Joon.

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Sounds like some serious butterfly effect in action!

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I can't articulate my thoughts as well as I'd like, so I'll just make a few points.

1) From what I've observed, it seems like his current actions to prevent his future is the cause of his future. If so, then that's pretty terrible.
2) I was on top-level delulu mode before deciding to head to DB. The toe-curling scene? nope, just imagining things. His grimace at the wedding? misinterpretation, and so on. I was so in denial, but now I know why I'm so uncomfortable by these scenes, he is either a) not in love w/her, but cares for her to an extent or b) he loves her more but denies it.

From what I've seen, he does care for her, but his lies will be their undoing. Ma-rin's self esteem is already fragile, and the thought of him marrying her for anything but sincere love will hurt her more than I'm prepared for tbh. I can see some angst-ridden episodes coming up for the pair, but at least we've had some sweet moments so far. (problems of a closet-romantic: replaying certain scenes far too many times while pretending to disregard love irl)

I'm far behind, but I'll catch up. (i hope) :')

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