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Reunited Worlds: Episodes 1-2

The highly anticipated Reunited Worlds premiered today, and I have to say that this drama immediately sets the bar for itself very high. Nearly everything about it is done with obvious love and care, and I found myself drawn into the story from the very first moment. I hesitate to use the word “perfect,” but it’s the word that kept coming to mind as I found myself instantly swept up in a tale that seems guaranteed to make its audience fall in love.


 
EPISODE 1 RECAP

On a beautiful sunny day, a teenage boy sits in front of a camera in his school uniform. In voiceover, we hear him say, “I was dead. Twelve years ago, in the summer of my senior year in high school, I died at the age of nineteen.”

The boy breaks into a wide, happy smile, and the camera snaps his picture.

Twelve years later, a woman visits the boy’s memorial site, where that same joyful smile is displayed under a plaque listing his name, SUNG HAE-SUNG (Yeo Jin-gu), and the date of his death in June of 2005. Awww, he died on his birthday. The woman, JUNG JUNG-WON (Lee Yeon-hee), asks Hae-sung’s memory if he remembers when they took that picture.

The scene shifts to a few minutes before the photo was taken. Hae-sung runs across campus as a younger Jung-won waits impatiently for him. When they finally find each other in the school hallway, both of their faces light up.

Jung-won pulls Hae-sung into a classroom and declares his hair a disgrace to his family, ha. She motions for him to submit to a hairstyle correction, and when she touches his temple to wipe some of his sweat away, the slight contact wipes the grin right off Hae-sung’s face.

The spell is broken when Jung-won pulls her hand away, and Hae-sung teases her for wearing makeup for her school photo. She orders him to close his eyes, so he doesn’t see that her lips are barely an inch from his as she fixes his hair.

They’re not alone, and their friends snicker at their obvious attraction to each other. They call out friendly taunts, asking if they’re preparing to take their wedding photos, hee.

It’s Hae-sung’s turn, but he freezes up and just stares at the camera. Jung-won steps forward to help him out, acting silly to try and make him smile. When she makes a cute little pig-nose, Hae-sung bursts into laughter, and the photographer snaps the picture that will soon grace his tomb.

In the present, Jung-won marvels at how quickly twelve years have passed. She tells Hae-sung wryly that she’s thirty-one now, and that recently she was addressed as “ajumma” for the first time.

She relocates to a bench under a beautiful tree to have a beer in Hae-sung’s honor. She remembers sitting in this exact spot with Hae-sung twelve years ago, having a soda while he chowed down on a corn dog.

In her memory, he goes wide-eyed when she says she wants five kids when she grows up, and he mutters that five is a bit much while barely hiding a tiny smile. Jung-won leans over to steal a bite of his corn dog, bringing her mouth very close to his.

He freezes again as she grins, perfectly aware of what she’s doing to him. She says impishly that having five kids takes a lot of “effort,” making him fuss that this is why she has a reputation for being lewd.

Jung-won pouts that there’s nothing wrong with being naughty, but Hae-sung seems genuinely upset, so she clarifies that she just means you have to study a lot to support five children. Then she teases him for being the one with the dirty mind, hee.

Back in the present, Jung-won finishes her beer and prepares to go back to Seoul. Her purse strap breaks, so she ties it while accusing it of rubbing it in that she doesn’t have a good education (and thus a well-paying job). She stands again, but this time, she’s brought up short by what looks like a shooting star streaking across the sky in broad daylight.

Nearby, on the roof of their old school, a teenage boy lounges on the ledge while that same shooting star sails towards the building. The students are distracted from their studies by the shooting star, which actually looks like three lights, twisting and winding around each other as they move through the sunny sky.

The boy on the roof wakes from his nap, then rolls off the ledge onto the roof, heh. He stands and stretches, and we see that impossibly, it’s Hae-sung. He’s confused as to how he came to be on the roof, but he barely has a moment to wonder before a group of students comes out to watch the shooting star, and Hae-sung notices it for the first time.

The students see him and wonder why he’s wearing a strange school uniform, but with a name tag that shares their school logo. The kids advance on Hae-sung, who runs around them and downstairs into the school.

He makes his way to Jung-won’s old classroom, wondering what on earth is going on as he walks through a hallway of students wearing strange uniforms. But Jung-won isn’t where he expects her to be, and Hae-sung begins to grow genuinely scared when the teacher suspiciously asks where he got a uniform from over ten years ago.

He runs out the front door of the school in a panic, and he sees that the sign over the door reads “2017” instead of “2005,” as he was expecting. He suddenly realizes that twelve years have passed somehow. His first thought is for his grandmother and three younger siblings, and he takes off running, frantic to find his family.

Jung-won boards the bus for the city, and when the bus makes a stop, she sees a boy nearby who looks just like Hae-sung. She jumps off the bus to get a closer look, but she’s cut off from the boy by a passing train. When the train finally leaves, the boy is gone.

Jung-won chides herself for thinking she could have seen a dead person. It’s then that she realizes that her purse strap broke again, and that she left her purse on the bus.

Hae-sung runs all the way home, but he hesitates at the gate, which is the wrong color. Once in the yard, he sees that although the house is the same, everything else looks different.

He goes inside, and he slumps with relief when he sees his family sharing a meal, smiling and gesturing for him to join them. But then they disappear, and Hae-sung finds himself in an empty house. He looks around, desperate for something familiar, but even the people in the portraits on the walls are strangers.

Jung-won leaves the house, only to find himself faced with the homeowner, a fisherman who drops his catch when he sees the strange boy on his porch. Hae-sung asks if the fisherman knows where his family went, but the man grabs him angrily and accuses him of stealing.

Hae-sung fervently denies being a thief, and he knocks the fisherman’s hands from his shirt. The fisherman flies through the air to land about twenty feet away, and Hae-sung looks down at his hands in disbelief. He apologizes and stoops to pick up the man’s dropped catch, but the man hits him in the forehead with a piece of pipe, knocking Hae-sung unconscious.

Three men and a woman gather at Hae-sung’s memorial — they’re his other four friends from high school. SHIN HO-BANG (Lee Shi-un) asks CHA TAE-HOON (Kim Jin-woo) if he tried to reach Jung-won, who never comes to pay her respects with them. Tae-hoon says he doesn’t know her number anymore, and Ho-bang sighs that she’s abandoned her friends.

The woman, HONG JIN-JU (Park Jin-ju), kicks Ho-bang and tells him to keep his negative opinions to himself in front of Hae-sung. They bicker over her skimpy clothing, and their fourth friend, GIL MOON-SHIK (Shin Su-ho) quips that they fight so much, they must have been married in a former life, ha.

That just sparks a new fight between Moon-shik and Jin-ju, until she appeals to Tae-hoon for backup. Ho-bang bellows, “You’re so loud!!” They all shut up, and he tells Hae-sung bashfully that they’re as immature as ever.

Hae-sung ends up in the hospital, receiving several stitches to a pretty bad gash on his forehead. A cop admonishes him for trespassing, and when Hae-sung gives his name and birthday (June 14, 1987), the cop yells at him for lying about his age.

He’s taken to the police station, where he begs the cop to help him find his family. He repeats his birthday, and the frustrated cop looks him up under that date just to prove that he’s lying. But he’s shocked to find Hae-sung’s photo under that birth date in his records, as well as the notation that he died on June 14, 2005.

The cop orders Hae-sung to stay right there (hilariously switching to jondae, since technically Hae-sung is older than him), and leaves to find the chief of the intelligence division. He runs into Ho-bang (who’s a police officer) on his way back to work and tells him about the high school kid that their records list as dead. He takes Ho-bang to see the kid, but Hae-sung is already gone.

Hae-sung is in the restroom splashing water on his face, and he gets a start when he realizes that the huge gash in his forehead has completely healed. Whoa, what the heck?

As he’s leaving the restroom, Ho-bang walks in and finds himself face to face with Hae-sung. He stares in shock, then he sees Hae-sung’s nametag and begins to shake. He stammers Hae-sung’s name, and Hae-sung asks desperately if Ho-bang knows him.


 
EPISODE 2 RECAP

From Hae-sung’s perspective, he’s found someone who may be able to help him, but seeing his dead friend looking alive and well — and still a teenager — scares Ho-bang to death. His legs give out and he sinks to the floor, which is when Hae-sung sees his name tag and realizes who he is.

Excited to have found his old friend, Hae-sung tries to grab Ho-bang, asking if he knows what’s going on. Ho-bang scoots away from him in terror, then passes out.

Back in the present, Jung-won goes to her job as a chef, but she’s apparently not very good at it. One of the waitresses says that two men are here to see her, but Jung-won says to tell them she’s not here. She sneaks out of the kitchen and into a storeroom, then starts to climb out the window, ha.

She ends up stuck halfway, which is how the two men (loan sharks?) find her. The older man tells the younger man that he needs to learn to anticipate these things, but the younger man seems stunned when he sees Jung-won’s face.

The loan shark approaches Jung-won, who finally pulls herself from the window, sans one shoe. He chides her for avoiding his calls, but she explains that she lost her purse and phone on the bus. From a short distance, the younger man grumbles, “Why does it have to be Jung-won?”

Teetering on one foot, Jung-won tells the loan shark that she’s been working an extra job to pay him back, but that the boss ran off without paying her. He yells that she still has to pay, and off-balance, she lurches toward him, swearing that she will soon. The loan shark orders her to pay the interest or he’ll move into her home, and the younger man slips out of sight.

A handsome man checks in at the airport for his flight, on his way to Paris to study the culinary arts for two years. His name is CHA MIN-JOON (Ahn Jae-hyun), and he owns the restaurant where Jung-won works.

Except that Jung-won finds him and his luggage waiting for her when she arrives home that night. Min-joon says shyly that he decided not to go to Paris because he was worried, and Jung-won assumes that he didn’t want to leave his restaurant. From the disappointed look on Min-joon’s face, that’s definitely not why he stayed.

But he lets her think that, and he says that even though Jung-won doesn’t have any cooking talent, she should at least be improving with practice. Thoroughly confused, Jung-won just thanks him for the advice, and he heads home with a smile on his face.

Jin-ju runs up to Jung-won, having watched the entire exchange from a hiding spot nearby. She tells Jung-won that her boss may as well have just proposed to her, but Jung-won denies that Min-joon canceled his two-year program just for her.

Blowing off Jin-ju’s insistence, Jung-won says that she has to go back to Chungho (their hometown) to get her lost purse. She tells Jin-ju that she thinks she saw Hae-sung today, but Jin-ju says that it’s been twelve years and it’s time to stop pining.

Ho-bang takes Hae-sung to eat, but the poor guy is so freaked out that he can barely look at his old friend. He reaches out to touch Hae-sung’s hand, but Hae-sung barely notices as he asks about Jung-won. Ho-bang stammers nervously that they’ve lost touch.

Ho-bang works up the nerve to ask if Hae-sung remembers “that day,” and Hae-sung says he remembers everything. Another flashback takes us back to the morning of Hae-sung’s birthday as he makes breakfast for his family. He’s the oldest of five kids, who are being raised by their grandmother, and he’s definitely the caretaker of the house.

His oldest sister Young-in, who looks to be about thirteen, tries to skip out on breakfast, but Hae-sung insists. Younger sister Soo-ji clearly adores him, and little brother Hae-chul is the obvious clown of the family.

Out of nowhere, Hae-chul announces that he’s going to kiss the girl he likes. He has it all planned out, but Young-in snaps at him not to kiss her without saying something first. Hae-sung takes a fatherly tone and tells his little brother to leave girls alone.

He calls to his other brother, Young-joon, but Young-in says that he went to school early. Grandmother sighs that Young-joon studies too hard, but she and Hae-sung are proud of how smart he is, sure he’ll become a doctor one day.

A bicycle bell alerts the family that Jung-won is here to pick up Hae-sung. Awww, the shy grin that spreads over his face is just adorable.

Jung-won nervously practices her “happy birthday” for Hae-sung, cringing when she lays on the aegyo a bit too thick. She tries again, sounding bored this time, and she holds out a clenched fist. Her eyes fly open when Hae-sung answers, “I won!” with an open palm, pretending that they’re playing rock-paper-scissors.

They head to school, and Hae-sung brags about the breakfast he made and how he’s such a promising chef. Pouting, Jung-won sees the food that Hae-sung is bringing to Young-joon and mutters that Young-joon seems like the center of the family.

Changing the subject, Hae-sung mentions that these days, kids are having their first kiss pretty young. Flustered, Jung-won glares at him and rides off, but he’s soon joined by Ho-bang.

Jung-won looks at the gift she’s been carrying for Hae-sung, a necklace with a fork and knife pendant. She thinks about when he’d told her that he plans to go to culinary school instead of college, and though his smile had faltered when she asked why he decided not to go to law school, he’d said that cooking is his true calling.

She’d called him a liar, aware that he wasn’t going to college because he couldn’t afford tuition. She knows that he wants to earn money fast so his siblings can go to college, but she’s upset that he doesn’t consider his own life just as important.

Hae-sung said that he just has a new dream — to open a restaurant so his family can have a good life. Jung-won had snapped that she’d never go to his restaurant, so the necklace with the fork and knife is as much an apology as a birthday gift.

Jung-won’s art classmate asks her out as she waits for Hae-sung. When he and Ho-bang arrive at school and see the good-looking boy chatting her up, Ho-bang says that he heard the boy likes Jung-won.

Hae-sung puffs up and shoulder-checks the boy, growling a warning to stick to drawing pictures. HA, I love jealous Hae-sung. He acts annoyed with Jung-won, who wonders what caused his sudden crummy mood.

Hae-sung learns from one of Young-joon’s classmates that he’s in the infirmary, so he rushes there, frantic with worry. He finds his brother’s face covered in cuts and bruises, and he demands to know who did this.

Young-joon doesn’t want to say for fear of causing more trouble, but Hae-sung yells that as his hyung, he can’t just let this slide. Young-joon looks at him with disdain and says angrily that this happened because Hae-sung is his brother.

Stricken, Hae-sung now knows exactly who beat up Young-joon. He runs back to his classroom and attacks Jung-chul, the class bully. Oddly, Jung-won doesn’t even seem to hear the commotion right behind her until Jin-ju turns her around to see.

Ho-bang and Tae-hoon hold Hae-sung back as Jung-chul gloats that he finally got a rise out of him. Hae-sung screams, “You bastard, I’ll kill you!” but Jung-chul just eggs him on, eager for a chance to fight him. He says that he heard Hae-sung is the best fighter in school, and since he’s new, he wants to find out for himself.

Hae-sung is more than willing to comply, especially when Jung-chul sneers that he heard that Hae-sung and Young-joon aren’t really brothers. Hae-sung screams again that he’ll kill Jung-chul before his friends drag him out of the room.

Jung-won joins Hae-sung outside, reminding him that he was suspended for fighting last year and advising him to ignore Jung-chul. She pretends to get all worked up and threatens to beat up Jung-chul herself, and it works — Hae-sung promises to just avoid the bully.

That night, on his way to work, Hae-sung buys a pretty hairpin for Jung-won. He asks for the night off, claiming a family emergency, then he calls Jung-won to tell her that he’s coming to her house.

She panics a bit, since she’s actually at his house with all of his siblings (except Young-joon), preparing a surprise party for Hae-sung. She says that she left her wallet in the art classroom at school and asks him to get it, stalling for time and telling him to take the wallet to his own house.

Hae-sung doesn’t find a wallet, so he assumes Jung-won left it elsewhere and turns to go. On his way out of the art room he nearly trips over an outstretched foot, and he looks down to see the bully, Jung-chul, lying on the ground with blood pouring from a head wound. Oh, this is very bad.

Jung-chul is in serious danger, mostly unconscious and twitching involuntarily. Hae-sung moves the heavy bust that seems to have caused his injury, then he leans Jung-chul against a bookshelf and says he’s going for help.

Covered in Jung-chul’s blood, Hae-sung rides his bike at top speed, focused on getting an ambulance. He pedals right in front of a speeding car and goes tumbling over the hood, flying through the air and over the car.

Jung-won worries when Hae-sung is late coming home. Unaware that he’s lying in the street losing consciousness, his family hears the door open, and they all cry out, “Happy Birthday!” But there’s nobody there.

Adult Jung-won’s voice tells us: “At that moment, Hae-sung died. And I realized later, the wind didn’t open the door that night. It was probably Hae-sung.”

Jung-won is back in Chungho, having retrieved her missing purse, and she stands at the same train crossing where she thought she saw Hae-sung earlier. A train comes by, and when it passes, there on the other side stands Hae-sung.

 
COMMENTS

When my expectations are as high as they’ve been for Reunited Worlds, I try to go into the show with a sort of cautious hopefulness. I keep my excitement tempered by a healthy dose of realism, earned from years of being mildly disappointed when a show doesn’t quite live up to the wonderment I’ve built up in my head. At minimum, I expect a show to deliver what it promised in the teasers, and it’s wonderful when a drama lives up to the hype. That happens often enough to keep me coming back for more, but what’s not so common is when a show exceeds my expectations. This is one of those shows.

I knew the show had great casting and interesting characterizations going for it (just Yeo Jin-gu’s presence pretty much guarantees that), along with beautiful cinematography and a unique, heartbreaking story. I didn’t expect to be so moved, to have a simple shot of a window in the sunlight take my breath away, or to find myself tearing up several times just from an actor’s facial expressions. I think we’re in for something truly special.

Of course, the best thing about Reunited Worlds is the casting, and naturally, Yeo Jin-gu is already blowing me away. That’s only to be expected. But I’m also already in love with the four sidekicks, who have apparently failed to mature a single day since their high school days, and who made such a big impression in their one short scene together that I can’t wait to see more of them. In particular, I was impressed with Jung Chae-yeon’s portrayal of the young, cheeky Jung-won — I’ve only seen her in Drinking Solo, where I thought she did a fairly good job with a character that was pretty one-note. I’m enjoying seeing her as an animated and spirited young woman, so much so that I hope the show continues to weave the past and the present together as it did in this episode. It was executed seamlessly, and I thought it was a great way to introduce us to the drama’s world and its inhabitants, so it would be nice to see that style of storytelling continue.

I like that Hae-sung’s death isn’t so simple as an accident, and that there’s a mystery surrounding what happened that night in the school. Aside from his waking up twelve years after his death (and he really did die — I’ve been assuming that he somehow disappeared and everyone assumed he’d died), I’m anxious to know why Hae-sung suddenly seems to have superhuman strength and an uncanny healing ability, and what those three entwined falling stars had to do with his return. And there were so many mentions of other factors that will flesh out the primary story, such as the hints about Hae-sung’s family situation. It’s all much more complex than I anticipated, and I can’t wait to see how Hae-sung copes with his new and frightening reality as he tries to right the wrongs of the past.

I love a show that doesn’t spoon-feed its audience information, letting us find the little hints of what’s to come all on our own. This premiere had so many of those tiny moments, the kind that could mean nothing or everything. Moments such as Jung-won not noticing the vicious fight happening right behind her. The fact that Young-joon distances himself from his family and does nothing but study, and the hint that Hae-sung and his siblings may not actually be related.

And I found Jung-won and Jin-ju’s conversation in the present very interesting… when Jin-ju told Jung-won to stop pining, I couldn’t help but wonder if Jung-won has never dated since Hae-sung died. Because I’ll love it if, twelve years later, they get to be each other’s first kiss. These small teasers (and there were so many in this episode) tell me that this isn’t going to be just a straightforward tale about a boy who mysteriously returns twelve years after his death, but that this tale is going to be rich with nuance and meaning.

That’s a lot of words to say that so far, I love everything about this show. It feels like I’ve just barely dipped my toe into a pool, and that what we see on the surface is only a tiny part of the depth this show has to offer. Rarely am I this optimistic about a drama after only one episode, but I believe strongly that Reunited Worlds won’t be letting us down.

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I thought it would be good. I didn't think it would be *this* good. The opening was so captivating that I found myself thinking, "Oh, right, it's possible for a drama to start so brilliantly that I don't have to work to stay interested." I was so pulled in that my expectations for the rest have skyrocketed, but I'm not really very worried that it won't deliver.

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YES! Just with the first panning shot, I knew I'm gonna love it. And I agree with what you said. Some shows, you try to convince yourself to stay interested and that something good will happen that will make you want to tune in. But, THIS SHOW. None of that persuasion game because it got me right from the get-go. How is that even possible? Maybe aside from Hae-sung's powers, this show has some magical powers too. Ha!

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The show grabbed me in the first moments and pulled me in. It's beautiful, both the story and the visuals. I love the mood of it all and I'm sold.

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So happy that @lollypip is recapping this! I was planning on waiting for the DB recap before watching Reunited Worlds, just to gauge if I'd like it. But I ended up watching it first thing this Thursday morning once the subs were out and even recapped it because I just had to talk about it! I agree with everything you said, LollyPip, and as always, this is a great recap! Love the hints of more to come and unearth and discover and all the nuances, not just with the story but with the acting too (most definitely on Yeo Jin-gu's part). I'm soooooooo pumped for the next episode!

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@lollypip is working hard. I see her recaps everyday, it seems like. Thanks you.

I like the first 2 episodes. I'lltune in again today.

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Where are you tuning in? I'm not seeing it on dramafever or Viki, and I need new YJG TV!

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I liked it!! I came here without any expectations since I haven't seen any other projects of the leads(except for Ahn Jae Hyun) and I hope it doesn't disappoint!

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I agree so fully with this assessment. The show feels rich with meaning and depth and the cinematography was so beautiful with the lighting and the setting. A 'healing' drama as the writer I think described it as is a hard thing to do and I hope that the writer can keep up the momentum. I did not really take the story that seriously when I read the premise but there is clearly complexity here. I am rather invested now!

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When you need to study for your exams and you are only able to catch on this drama with these recaps!

Drama seems to be on a good start

Thanks LolliPip

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Aw recap is out! Thanks Lollypip!
Now I feel like I have to watch this! ?
#YeoJinGuwithdrawalfeelz#

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Wow, with these kinda comments, who wouldnt watch this show?? I havent watched it myself although I was planning to specially for Yeo Jin Goo (loved him in Circle) and now I'm definitely watching it!

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Exactly my thoughts! Lol!

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I think he carried a lot of that show on his shoulders, at least for some part of it, but that last scene gave me a severe case of flashback. Being played by the same actor in both dramas, certainly didn't help!

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I know right! I finished Circle yesterday and I'm having déjà vu moments, haha!
I just watched the first episode and I'm blown away! Everything about the opening was so beautiful! And Yeo Jin-goo has pretty much stolen my heart (yet again) and I can't wait to see him adapt to his present situation and begin the 'healing' process that bring together his family and friends.

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I got the feeling that they purposely filmed the accident the same way cuz it was so similar! Either that or they took that scene from Circle haha kidding. but Yeo Jin Goo is carrying this show mostly by himself. I've not really warmed up to the actress just yet.

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Yea I thought that too! They probably did hehe.

I don't mind the actress...but the thing is that I can't really see Jung Won in her. I don't know if it's just me. But I guess the future Jung Won is more quiet and reserved because of Hae Sung's death? If that's the case, then it makes sense and I can just hope that Hae Sung coming back will stop her from blaming herself for his death and begin to open up and show us some of her bright and positive attitude that she used to have.

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Soooo cute! And mysterious! And timetravelly! In two quick episodes I already feel like this drama has filled the circle and yeojingu holes in my heart heh heh.

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Yay, Lollypip! Thanks for this recap. I really enjoyed the first episode~ Yeo Jingoo is so beautiful and amazing. Finally he laughs and smiles a lot. I love the innocence he's portraying here. The scenery is gorgeous and I love the chemistry between Haesung and the young Jungwon. I love how well they look out for each other.

I also enjoyed the brief glimpse of his relationship with his family, especially with his adorable baby sister. ❤️ Also his relationship with his other brother, can't wait to see more of that.

And Jinju and Hobang are so hilarious! Great job to Park Jinjoo and Lee Sieon, their scenes gave me a good laugh.

I wish Lee Yeonhee would push herself more though.

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She is terribly weak I'm already missing Gong Seung-yeon.

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I miss Gong Seungyeon too~ T_T I wish they could work together again in an actual romance drama. They only showed romantic tension for the most part of Circle and I want to see it finally fulfilled if they ever work together again.

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Does anyone know if Dramafever or Viki have licensed this show? I am having a hard time finding it. ?

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Neither has it currently. There are attempts being made for Viki to get it. It's strange to me that a drama with this kind of buzz hasn't been made available to take advantage of the interest.

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The only new show I could find on either platform was School 2017. I didn't even question that they wouldn't have this content as they have had all past shows no problem. You would think Dramafever would have gotten it to play off of Circle. I want to watch all the new dramas but can't do it easily. Grr

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The King Loves is on Viki. I'm with you though, I am livid that I cannot get this on DF or Viki as I have to go thru Roku or 1) I end up buffering constantly or 2) I get some virus. If this situation continues, I won't be able to stick with my beloved kdramas. And I'm sure I'm not the only one with this issue.

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Try in kiss assian. See if it works.

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Exactly!!! This is why I love DF and Viki!! Yes, I could use some illegal site and stream, but there are so many pop up ads and buffering problems etc. plus, I would have to watch it on my computer. I want to watch my shows easily on my TV through my AppleTv.

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You can find it at kucowa.com

It seems to be a new subbing platform ala Viki and Dramfever. I think they got the rights for it that's why neither of the other two have it available.

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Typo* it's kocowa.com

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Oh wow, thanks! Didn't know about this. They have Man Who Dies to Live also. You can only watch with subscription, it seems, but I'm going to drop DramaFever anyway now that Best Hit is ending, so I'll just go over to this.

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It's a shame they don't have a roku app yet. Guess I'm just going to torrent everything now.

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You have to sign up, but you don't have to pay. You just have to put up with commercials if you don't pay. Which is what I did as I was pissy about having to sign up for yet another streaming service.

Apparently Kocowa is owned by the Big 3 and they will be sending all their dramas there rather than licensing them to Viki or DF. Which is annoying for me in the US, but really sucks for those in neither North America nor Viu's coverage area.

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How did you get the videos to play without paying? I signed up and everything but every time i try to play the video it tells me to subscribe for 6.99/a month

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I just signed up and clicked on the verify email. Well, I wasn't able to get the videos to play through my browser, but when I downloaded the app and signed in, it let me play videos just fine. With 2 commercials first, of course.

However, they may be having problems with the launch? The 2 real reviews on PlayStore when I went to get the App said they weren't allowed to play videos either. :-(

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@blnmom just curious why you're dropping DF? I've been thinking about it cause their customer service sucks.

It looks like I won't be watching too many mre dramas. I don't like watching on my computer and Kocowa said they don't know when or if they'll get apps for smart tvs and the like. One or two is fine but not all of them.

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Forgot to add that Kocowa is more expensive then either DramaFever or Viki.

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I was just going to drop it because they didn't have any dramas I was watching. And, to be honest, I only signed up because I wanted to see Circle so badly, and then stayed because they were the only ones with Best Hit. They used to be run by not-very-nice people so I always avoided DF. But I might stay because they'll have Strong Deliveryman, and I can't get Kocowa to play on my computer.

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I can't find Man Who Dies to Live there. Are you sure?

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It's also on viu.com.

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Thanks everyone!! I haven't heard of kocowa before...interesting. @doublefault unfortunately Viu does not work in my region.

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For those of you who've downloaded the app on your iOS device, how did you find it? I searched kocowa in the App Store and couldn't find it. TIA!

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I can't find it either!! Help, this is sooo frustrating :(

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I feel like a bad person for wishing that it would be a nice story about healing and getting back to life. Which means death to cute high schooler.

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Yeo Jin-gu is so awesome is amazing that he can carry a drama at his young age. We can say he has come full "circle" (pun intended).

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Haha! He has indeed!

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Thanks so much LollyPip!

I'm pretty enthusiastic and optimistic about this show myself. It seems to be a good week of premieres. This show and The King Loves have so much potential and look likely to win our hearts!

I was quite taken by the similarity in looks and behavior of the young and the adult Ho Bang. That alone was one fantastic piece of casting and the younger actor got the older actor, Lee Shi Un's style down pat. Even actresses Jung Chae Yun and Lee Yeon Hee had enough similarities to be convincing as the same person of a different age.

I found it a very rich start with so much information coming in at a steady pace and little mysteries popping up around the central mystery . Best of all is the sense of assurance that the great cinematography, nice music, good direction, personable characters ... are all being brought together confidently under a sure hand and eye. Looking forward to more of this show! Happy Watching, All! ?

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The camera work is great. Loved those scenes of them biking together across a field and also that scene of young JW fixing HS' hair. Even I could feel how that proximity almost took HS' breath away. YJG is just so damn good. This is my first time seeing Jung Chaeyeon in a drama and I'm quite impressed. I also like Lee Yeonhee's take on the 31 y.o. JW.

All in all, it was a pretty good pilot. Hope they keep it up.

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⭐️ I like the dream-like ambience of the show.
⭐️ Many familiar faces also makes this a fun watch for me.

I guess I will be on board the LollyPip's recaps train ?? from the Bride of the Water God to the Reunited Worlds for the next few months. Thanks LollyPip for the recaps. ??

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The thing i surprised most is the rating.

The drama is beautiful. ChaeYeon does good job. Seem like ioi girls spent so much time in front of camera really help the acting.

I dont know where the story gonna go but it does has Circle flashback.

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Yeo Jin-gu is mesmerizing in this. Took me to all levels of emotions here. I really think he's that amazing kind of actor that appears once in several generations only. Let's hope he keeps gracing our screens for a long time – drama or film (more film please – not that many drama scripts that are worth a talent of this kind).

Drama on the whole looking good so far, though it's early days (I hate the two episode split, which I imagine to avoid thus far). The storyline does feel somewhat ominous though, my feeling is that Hae-sung is ultimately not going to survive this but is only here temporarily to provide development, catharsis and closure for Jung-won, his friends and presumably his family (who have not yet appeared in the 2017 timeline) – since Jung-won and the friends at least seem to have lived on half-heartedly, having lost something of themselves with Hae-sung's accident that they never managed to reclaim/make peace with.

Not sure about the second male lead. If some of the healing that Hae-sung will provide includes for Jung-won to move on and find a partner in her current life, the head chef/owner seems to placed for that – but Ahn Jae-hyun is going to have a really hard time competing against Yeo Jingu. But we'll see how it goes. If the drama falls apart (let's hope not though!), I might just watch for Yeo Jingu scenes.

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*MANAGED to avoid thus far
Probably more typos... need some coffee maybe!

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I'm just going to plant my flag here and say I predict he makes it. I realize with KDramas you never know, but we got that gorgeous opener with the voiceover about how he *was* dead, so until I'm forced to believe otherwise, I'm taking it that he's either an alien or superhero or something magical happened to bring him back permanently. (There was a throwaway line about his brother not being his brother. What if there's a birth mystery? I realize I've been watching too much Superman probably...) I know the idea of him being a ghost has been thrown around, but do ghosts usually have awesome superpowers? Anyway, it's quite possible this show is going to rip out my heart and stomp on it, but until then, I'm determined to stay optimistic...

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I do hope that you're right as I was already imaging how sad the ending is probably going to be even if we are just at the pilot. Like you, I'm also getting Smallville/Superman vibes.

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I think it would be said, but not hopeless – because I'd assume he'd only disappear when everyone is healed. And that's sort of beautiful.

But it's such early days, who knows what will happen!

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<I predict he makes it

Don't get me wrong, I want that too... I'm just not optimistic about it and mentally – emotionally – preparing myself already for that. If I'm proven wrong, all the better!

<I'm taking it that he's either an alien or superhero or something magical happened to bring him back permanently.

Hahaha... you're giving me vibes of Circle now. I have to say it's actually the superpowers that made it feel all ominous. Like, if he'd just resurfaced, it would be a strange, mysterious thing that wouldn't make sense in our world... but that we could eventually just accept, without understanding how that's possibly. But the superpowers make the whole thing more complicated – it's not that Hae-sung the human just came back, but Hae-sung came back in some other, otherworldly form. Alien, ghost, demi-god... but something non-human, which normally means temporary (especially since the rest of the drama is set pretty firmly in a real, not a fantastical world, at least so far – but maybe that'll change?).

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The superpowers were indeed ominous, somehow suggesting he's here on borrowed time because he doesn't belong here.

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*plants second flag and starts hopeful chant* Long live Sung Hae Sung!

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I love your optimism!
Here's to praying a happy ending for Yeo jin gu ??? and I mean this that he gets the girl and stays alive haha

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I share the same opinion regarding Hae-sung's purpose.

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I'm kindof hoping his purpose is to also bring closure to whatever killed him and the other student (did he die?).
I also have my fingers crossed that his return is a second chance to life because he was a great kid who died unfairly, but he has to earn it.
But maybe he gets to keep his life in the end??
Or maybe it's more tunnel-esque where he gets to change history??

I know a bittersweet ending is possible, and even acceptable with this premise... but a girl wants what a girl wants and this girl wants to see him happy living on forever and ever.

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Second everything you said about Yeo Jin Goo. It's not like there aren't any good dramas out there thought, he just doesn't seem to get the best scripts. I'm hoping against hope that this will be it, it's not about ratings but about logical script, beautiful cinematography and good directing. He deserves it.

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There are some good kdrama scripts (making enjoyable dramas), but there are very few that are excellent (Forest of Secrets, Misaeng) and few with really meaty roles, demanding all and more from the actor. Much better chance with that in the film world I feel.

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What a good start! Ohmy! I feel so sad when he was hit by the car and they are waiting for him and I literally have goosebumps everywhere when the door opened by itself, he went home that night. Ugh. The first episode is so promising for me. Looking forward for more!!!

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Hae-sung is a total mama-bear AND papa-bear and I love it. It's so cure how he and Jung-won totally flirt with each other and they both know it. If they show the funeral it'll be heartbreaking with all those siblings. The only thing that worries me is that his return won't be permanent and that would break my heart. But as usual Yeo Jin-gu is killin' it!

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I also feel that he will disappear or die again when his purpose is fulfilled. :(

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Ahhh, so this is what happened to [SPOILERY SPOILERS REMOVED]

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The first part of this episode (errrr.... episode 1) was just an art porn for everyone because of the directing (especially that last picture with Lee Yeon Hee on it). I did have high expectations for this show but just like what Lollypip said, it actually exceeded my expectation as well. The foundation was already laid out and I love the fact that it only took a few minutes for Hae Sung to reincarnate(?) and it didn't stretch out when he will reincarnate again. To add to it, I love that we were introduced already to his ability to heal his wounds very quickly. BRING IT ON SHOW! MY BODY IS READY (ALSO MY TISSUE)!

And why does Yeo Jin Gu always have to die by car accidents? :(

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I had so many emotions while watching this premier which can be condensed into 3 words, I LOVE IT! I had great expections for this show and the premiere didn't let me down. And I like Lee Yeon-hee so far, and I like all the friends, and I like that Ha-bong is the first one to discover Hae-sung. In fact, I just really like this show. Hopefully it doesn't disappoint.

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I loved the dreamy fairy-tale music and directing, everything is just so beautiful!

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Also, how adorable is Yeo Jin-gu? Wow. He's such a sweetheart, and he doesn't even try to hide it!

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I really like the current tone of this show which is just filled with so much of love, I'm having high expectations right from the start.

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I have a request: I know many Beanies are here after Circle, but there are probably some (like me) who haven't watched it but are planning to. So please try to keep the spoilers in check!

I love how the show is so dreamy yet suffused with warmth and ordinariness (except the fantasy premise, of course).

I was wondering what they could possibly fill 20 standard episodes with, but just in this premiere we already get a sense of the unresolved emotional wounds and misunderstandings, and very real questions like how Haesung's family provided for themselves after his death. I'm also curious about why Jungwon cut contact with the boys in their group of friends.

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The first ep was really good :). There are many mysteries to solve : superpower, student attacked at school, not true siblings but he 's willing to dedicate his life to them ? Please drama do not let us down ?‍♀️
Yeo Jin Gu delivered a strong performance here ? ?

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Yeo Jin Gu ❤

I don't want to think about the plot and the mysterious behind his death for now, I just want this drama to be filled with Jin Gu's smile for about 90%, err.. it must be to much to ask?
I love side characters like Ho Bang and Jin Joo, and I want more of them. Actually I am quite relieved to have these supporting casts, because they always make our screen brighter with their characters and good acting. Lee Yeon Hee and Ahn Jae Hyun still can't make me care with their characters yet, but I get this is only first 2 epi so there must be something that I can attract myself to them, hopefully.

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Totally agree with your post :) ! There were so many Yeo Jin Gu smiles ? , for the supporting casts I was so gladly surprised that I posted them on my DB wall ? . Regarding Lee Yeon Hee I didn't pay too much attention as it's early in the drama and we get "candy" act, but for Ahn Jae Hyun I like him in NJTW but while watching I wondered if I find him strange because of NJTW or because his acting and/or character don't work for me

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We also have Kwak Dong Yeon and Kim Ga Eun as supporting casts that I think I'll love in anything. I'll see how it goes first for LYH and AJH, but our Jin Gu, his buddies and siblings probably can make up for it ❤

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I'm looking forward to his reunion with the siblings more than the other reunions to be honest. I'm sure his death hit his family the hardest and it should be an emotional watch.

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Watching this drama is like reading a comic books.. It's simple, to the point, with pretty cinematography and fast plot too. Hope this drama keeps up and be good until the end.

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Something about the way some of the high school scenes were shot reminded me of studio Ghibli film's like Whisper of the Heart and Ocean Waves.
Anyway....

I hate to be the party pooper, my fellow Beanies, but why do I feel that Hae-sung will go back to being dead when all is said and done? I think that his reappearance will help to clear up the misunderstandings, guilt, and mysteries surrounding his death. An example of guilt: Jung-won must feel some responsibility for Hae-sung's death since he died on his way to retrieve her supposedly forgotten wallet. And her entering the the culinary arts must also play into that feeling of guilt (it might also serve as way for her to hold onto some connection with Hae-sung). There is also the issue of the incident with the school bully. If he died, was Hae-sung accused of being responsible, albeit posthumously, since he too died that same night? I wonder if Young-joon, the mysterious second oldest, was somehow responsible. Anyway, I just feel that after all these wrongs and misunderstandings are rectified, Hae-sung's purpose will have been fulfilled.

I look forward to watching this story unfold and understanding the dynamics of Hae-sung's family situation.

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The cloud trail across the sky reminded me of Your Name. Maybe it's the small town/ rural setting, but it gives off Japanese animated film vibes, combined with a touch that is undeniably Kdrama in nature but which I can't quite pinpoint.

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I should have posted my comment here - I feel like you answered what's been nagging at me about this otherwise lovely episode. I felt that the pace of this episode was too hurried - Hye Sung ran out of school pretty quickly, into his friend pretty quickly, and now seems to be walking along alone pretty quickly. But it may be directing rather than writing - because I'm drawing the parallels to Japanese anime like Your Name or Spirited Away as well, I want to see scenes that linger a little longer on the set - sunlight, meadows, pictures on the wall. Like the opening scenes or scenes of the past seem to.

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I think you nailed it; the pacing bothered me a bit too. The mood set was so lovely in those first opening minutes and then once Haesung woke up in the current time, I felt we started going a little fast. Granted, I don't want everything draaaawn ouuuut foreverrrr, but I wanted a few beats longer alone with Haesung as he tries to come to grips with everything going on instead of rapidly moving from point A to B to C like a script checklist.

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That's exactly what I was thinking about! The school building was very similar to the one in Your Name. And the dreamy cinematography...

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Makoto Shinkai vibes.. This drama has it. Like the hero and heroine stand facing each other but the train passed between them. That's "One More Time, One More Chance" scene.. I love that scene to bits :D

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Yes, there is a mixture, but the overall vibe is definitely Korean. :)

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<There is also the issue of the incident with the school bully. If he died, was Hae-sung accused of being responsible, albeit posthumously, since he too died that same night? I wonder if Young-joon, the mysterious second oldest, was somehow responsible.

Somehow I don't think the second oldest would be capable of just brutality. My speculation is that the bully was a fighter/gang member, since apparently he was a new guy at the school and was looking for the rumoured best fighter – so he might have come to the school with baggage, such as involvement in a gang.

Not sure about Hae-sung being accused of attacking the bully (who I would guess will survive). I had no impression of anyone in 2017 seeming to think that Hae-sung had committed a crime of any sort, not at the police station (though I guess that police guy might have been too in shock to read Hae-sung's full dossier after seeing his death date), nor with Jung-won or his friends.

Agree with you with Jung-won feeling responsibility – it was just an unfortunate accident of course, but it's a death a close friend (heck, even an acquaintance) would carry like a burden.

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Yes, I'm sure more will come to light regarding the school bully, whether or not the second oldest was involved.

And yes, it wasn't her fault that he died but guilt can really take over logic.

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Definite Studio Ghibli vibes.

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I'm glad you agree! :)

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I sincerely loved the opening episode(s). My only criticism is of the pace - I thought Hye Sung seemed to accept '2017' far too quickly. He was confused, but his reaction wasn't quite what I had imagined it would be, or perhaps I should say, not quite as bewildered or lost? For me it's an issue of pace - he ran out of school pretty quickly, into his friend pretty quickly, and now seems to be walking along alone pretty quickly.

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I can see what you mean. This is a case where a little time could/should be taken. We don't need everything to be fast paced.

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Im sure he's very confused, but to me it seems like he's just tunnel-visioning on finding his family right now, which is completely understandable.

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@lollypip Thank you for your recap, I've always liked your recaps so I'm glad you picked this drama.

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Thank you for the recap!

What struck me as I was watching was how interested I found myself in the minor mysteries and the 2005 flashback. Are the five children and grandma related or are they orphans she's taken in? What's up with Haesung's past as the school's best fighter? Is the bully alive or dead?

Can we just stay in 2005 and keep everyone alive, show? lol

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Ok... i got just two things to say:
1. Lets give the guy yeo jin gu some comedies to do inthd future bcoz just look at the first pic above!!!????
2. Again... the car of doom!!
Its like if he gets hit by a car he is in for a ride and has borrowed powers from sam n dean to keep coming back from the dead.... not that m complaining.... and since he has got superpowers this time cn he just simply be hilk and toss the damn car of doom over stupid antagonists of some other show???

I hope my words are heard dramagods!!

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aww this drama is gonna be my next jam since The liar and his lover. I love all about then episode.

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Yeo Jin-gu has such a beautiful smile!

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Oh, just you wait for Episodes 3-4! A few ominous signs appear (in tune with the suspenseful background music), and there's a clear introduction to the repercussions of HS's death... I love this drama already. Okay I'll shut up now ?

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I loved the preview so much that I was seriously scared I might be dissapointed so I went in with a lot of skepsis. So far the story has just started, and the first thing I noticed was that Yeo Jingoo's clothes don't seem to fit him very well. The story, the children, that part was pretty cute. Also when they talked about children even though they were still children themselves! Then I got annoyed again when Jung-won got stuck in the window, I mean seriously, that window was way bigger than any part of her, how do you get stuck in it? I liked the part where Hae-Sung developed superhuman strength, also how he got to the police office and scared everybody to death haha.

So now I'm waiting for the story to unfold. Some details made me facepalm, the scenery was not as beautiful as I had thought it would be, but all together it was not bad and has the potential of course to still get much better. Hopefully it does.

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Bad stylist or perhaps poor family with too many kids that grow out of their clothes too fast (the younger ones can have hand-me-downs, but Hae-sung doesn't have that option).

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Yes! Lollypip is doing the recap!
I loved this show. Expecting the wait to kill me every week.
Super stoked with the supporting cast. Looking at you Park Jin-Joo and Lee Si-eon. <3
*Magic is cool.
*I like the use of all these child actors this year. I think children around always make the world and characters seem more real.
*Ahn Jae-hyun should do loads of period dramas/films. He would like amazing in anything from 1800s-1970s.
*Question. How did he go from eating noddles with Ho-bang into a flashback and somehow end up at the railroad crossing? Maybe the next episode they will back step..
Theories-
It's a healing drama so I don't think Hae-sung can/should stay. He's there to help everyone come to terms with their pain and move on I'm not sure his staying would accomplish that...which kills me.
So Hae-sung came with the comet and is going to leave with the comet? à la Mark Twain (born with Halley's comet and died when it returned.)
Young-joon probably hurt that school bully didn't he? I'm not sure if its going to be accidental or not...both the brother and the bully had some pretty big chips on their shoulders.

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This show is so PRETTY!!!! And the scenery is nice too ;D
We're off to a good start and I'm excited to see more.

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I love love love this!

Yeo Jin Gu nails it like he always does. The one who surprised me is Jung Chae Yeon. Did she actually mimic Lee Yeon Hee? I could really see some parts of the 31 yr old Jung Won in her.

This cinematography is breathtakingly beautiful. I feel as if I step into a magical world and there's the vibes of a Japanese anime.

I just had a good look at the header of this drama recap - the way Hae Sung looks at Jung Won, he's so in love. That's the magic of Yeo Jin Gu.

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i can't get over the beautiful background music of this drama! Specially the one that played when Hae sung was first shown in 2017 on the rooftop. And Jin Goo is fantastic! I loved his scene with his little sister. It was so adorable!! And he has great chemistry with the teen Jung jung yeon! Something i noticed is that yeo jin goo is so great at building this chemistry with his drama love interests. That's why probably many noona actresses are waiting to act with him lol

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I was thinking that this week is going to be just like others this week...good dramas premiering...but Godthis completely blew me away...its Beautiful...School 2017 and RW are the rare dramas that have sucked me in from the first episode.

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I like Jung Chae Yeon but I don't know how much of a role she will have in the show, so I am not sure I will watch it. I know the lead guys a good actor but I dunno. I guess if the story is good enough I'll go for it.

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I love the vibe of this drama. I don't know if it's because I like watching fantasy drama or maybe because the story is interesting. I like Yeo Jin Goo and Ahn Jae Hyun's acting is improving a lot eventhough he only had a few scenes in first episode. Hope the drama will continue to make us have interest to watch it till the end :D

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