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Reunited Worlds: Episodes 5-6

As the harsh reality of Hae-sung’s situation starts to make itself known, he has a hard time maintaining his usual cheerful attitude. He can’t ignore the fact that his loved ones have grown up and moved on without him. But Hae-sung also has a lot to be grateful for and people who are glad he’s returned, even if he still has no idea how it happened or why he’s here.


 
EPISODE 5 RECAP

Hae-sung tells Jung-won emphatically that she was not responsible for his death. She starts to cry with relief, sobbing that she’s missed him every single day. Hae-sung wraps his arms around Jung-won and holds her as she cries.

He narrates that the moment he hugged Jung-won, he heard his own heart pounding. He says that it sounded like a clock, like the sound of his time in this world starting again.

Later, Hae-sung offers to leave if she’s uncomfortable with his staying with her, but Jung-won says it’s fine. She says he can sleep on the couch, teasingly asking if he had other ideas and making him splutter indignantly.

He catches Jung-won laughing and knows immediately that she’s thinking of that day when she’d joked about having five kids, then called him a pervert for thinking about what that would entail. She laughs at him again now, when she catches sight of Hae-sung in a borrowed pair of her flowered ajumma pants and too-tight shirt, and he pouts at her until he gets a load of himself in the mirror.

He offers to help Jung-won unpack, and the first thing he pulls from a box is a bright red, lacy negligee and matching panties. Hae-sung falls on his butt in surprise as Jung-won snatches the underthings away from him, insisting that Jin-ju gave them to her but that she’d never actually wear them.

They decide to watch TV instead, but when Hae-sung tries to work the remote, the television flips channels wildly. Jung-won takes it away and the TV behaves normally, then starts flipping when Hae-sung holds the remote again. It’s definitely strange, but they decide nervously that the TV must be broken.

On her way to bed, Jung-won upsets a box of odds and ends. Hae-sung spots a small jar with the tab off of a beer bottle suspended inside, and he immediately recognizes it. He’s tickled that Jung-won kept it for all these years, remembering a day they’d spent together as teenagers.

In flashback, we see that Jung-won had asked Hae-sung to skip school and go to Seoul with her, but she’d retracted the invitation when he’d just stared at her. Bracing herself for a lecture, Jung-won is surprised when Hae-sung only asks if something happened.

She mutters that she found her mother, and Hae-sung says, “Let’s go to Seoul.” He takes her hand and leads her to the city, where they locate her mother’s new address. As they sit outside the apartment building, Jung-won’s mother comes outside with her new husband and young twins.

When her mother goes back inside for something, Jung-won impulsively follows her and confronts her in the lobby. Her mom tells her to go, but Jung-won asks why she’s so eager to get rid of her when they haven’t seen each other in seven years.

She says that she won’t see her mother again, but that she wanted to see her just once after she abandoned her daughter. She tells her mother that she taught her a valuable lesson, that a parent can just turn their back on their child and lead a good life.

Her mother’s new husband comes in with the twins, and her mother lies that Jung-won was just asking for directions. The happy family gets into the elevator together, and Jung-won’s mother doesn’t say another word as the doors close between them.

Hae-sung witnessed the whole thing, and when they go back outside, he grabs a rock and smashes the family car’s windshield. A cop blows his whistle at them and they run, but Jung-won trips and falls. Hae-sung helps her up and they manage to escape.

Once they’re safe, Hae-sung bandages Jung-won’s scraped knee, and she says that she felt that her pride would be salvaged if he was there when she met her mother. She calls him stupid when he says that makes no sense, then she starts to cry.

When she’s feeling better, Jung-won tells Hae-sung that she wants to try drinking a beer. He’s hilariously horrified and refuses, but she gives him the puppy-dog eyes until he gives in. Luckily for Hae-sung, the convenience store worker is an ancient old woman who’s fast asleep, so he grabs a beer and leaves some money without waking her.

He trots back to Jung-won, who points behind him and gasps, “There’s a cop!” Hae-sung whirls with his arms up, but she’s just punking him, hee. (And I can’t blame her, his grumpyface is so cute!)

They share the beer, then Hae-sung takes the tab off the can and holds it out to Jung-won, saying that it’s a ring. He slides the tab onto her ring finger, wishing her a good life and revenge on her mother. Jung-won looks up at Hae-sung, adoration shining in her eyes.

In the present, Hae-sung walks Jung-won to her bus stop in the morning, and he tells her that he’s going to look for his siblings today. She gives him a card from her restaurant and invites him to come watch her work.

Hae-sung sends her off with a giant smile and a happy wave, and in voice-over he says that it’s nice to say goodbye knowing they’ll be able to see each other again. He takes a moment to soak up the sun and thinks to himself, “Tomorrow and tomorrow and tomorrow, I hope I’ll get to see the morning sun every day.”

As she rides the bus, Jung-won muses that this might be a very long dream. But she decides to keep going until the dream ends.

Hae-sung finds his younger brother Hae-chul, who leads him on a chase through a maze of back alleys. Eventually he’s cut off by a police car and sees that it’s Hae-sung’s friend Ho-bang… heh, they planned this in advance.

Obviously enjoying Hae-chul’s reaction, Ho-bang tells him that this really is Hae-sung, then leaves the brothers to talk. Hae-sung has Hae-chul call his loan shark bosses, and soon he’s tossing them around like they weigh no more than tissue paper.

They’re battered and begging for mercy (in jondae, PFFT) when he finishes with them. Hae-sung says this is payback for having him beaten a few days ago, and they agree that that’s toootally fair.

Hae-sung tells the loan sharks that Jung-won will pay them back, but they aren’t to threaten or harass her anymore. He also informs them that Hae-chul is quitting, and no fools, the loan sharks eagerly agree to his terms.

Later Hae-sung apologizes to Hae-chul, saying that if he hadn’t died, Hae-chul would be in college by now. Hae-chul cringes from his touch and asks angrily if Hae-sung is going to take responsibility for his future now. Hae-sung counters that the loan sharks certainly weren’t going to.

Hae-chul scoffs that his life is ruined because of Hae-sung. Hae-sung tells his brother that he didn’t kill the bully Jung-chul, but Hae-chul says that there was evidence that proved his guilt. Hae-sung insists that he’s a witness, not a killer, and that Jung-chul had already been attacked when he got to the art room that night.

But Hae-chul says that even if that’s true, his life is already destroyed. He argues that Hae-sung can’t clear his name when he can’t even reveal himself, and he yells at him to just leave it alone. Hae-chul gets up to storm off, but Ho-bang is hanging out nearby again and he insists they all go to eat together.

Min-joon’s restaurant is featured in a culinary magazine, and waitress Soon-ji complains that only the kitchen staff are in the photo. Jung-won runs over to see the photo and collides with Min-joon on the way, and he catches her in his arms. He realizes his entire staff is watching and props her back up, and they try to pretend that was totally natural.

Min-joon is visited that evening by an old friend, Seo-won, who says she brought someone for him to meet. She’s joined a few minutes later by a handsome young doctor, and she points out Min-joon to him. He looks over and sees Jung-won working near Min-joon, and they seem to recognize each other.

Over a much humbler meal, Ho-bang gives Hae-sung a new smartphone. He makes Hae-chul give Hae-sung his number, and says all their friends’ numbers are in there, too. Hae-chul jumps up when he gets a call from a girl, and Hae-sung grins at the idea of his little brother with a girlfriend.

When Hae-chul comes back, Hae-sung asks for their other siblings’ numbers as well. Hae-chul mumbles that he doesn’t have them, and when Hae-sung demands to know why, he says that they’re estranged.

Hae-chul rants that Young-joon cut ties with the family when he went to medical school. Young-in didn’t talk to any of them for two years after Hae-sung died, then she moved to Seoul, and little Soo-ji was sent to an orphanage. Hae-sung is angry that Young-joon didn’t take up the role as family protector, and he asks where he can find him.

Of course, it’s Young-joon in Min-joon’s restaurant right now, and he seems nice enough when Min-joon is introduced to him. He keeps sneaking glances at Jung-won, and when she leaves the kitchen, he makes an excuse and follows her.

He finds Jung-won and apologizes for not saying hello in front of the others. He tells her that he’s engaged to Seo-won, and that he works at the hospital her father runs. He says that they think he has no siblings, and Jung-won realizes that this is the real reason he came to talk to her — to make sure she doesn’t say otherwise to anyone.

Jung-won agrees, but she says that it will hurt his siblings’ feelings if they find out. She remarks that Hae-sung will be furious, and Young-joon’s face goes hard as he tells her to stop living in the past. Undaunted, Jung-won says that he’ll be seeing Hae-sung soon.

She’s right — that very afternoon, Hae-sung storms into Young-joon’s hospital searching for him. Young-joon is in his office with Seo-won and her mother, the director of the hospital, who obviously dislikes Young-joon.

A nurse informs Young-joon that a student is here saying that Young-joon knows him. Young-joon goes pale when she gives him Hae-sung’s name, then Hae-sung himself bursts into the room. He spots his brother and says, “Young-joon-ah, it’s Hyung!”

Seo-won is confused, but Young-joon collects his wits enough to say that he doesn’t know this person, and orders him removed from the hospital. Hae-sung begs Young-joon to let him explain, but security starts to drag him out. Hae-sung flings the security guards away as he frantically blurts out things that only he would know about Young-joon, trying to prove that he’s really himself.

Terrified, Young-joon scrambles away as Hae-sung advances on him, insisting he’s real. Suddenly, Hae-sung is yanked away by a strong hand, and he looks up to see the mysterious man from the bus holding him by the collar.


 
EPISODE 6 RECAP

Annoyed, Hae-sung slams a hand into the mystery man’s chest to toss him away, but nothing happens. He tries again, but the man doesn’t budge. It’s only then that Hae-sung recognizes him from the bus, when he’d asked Hae-sung if he “came back” recently.

The man shoves Hae-sung to his knees and literally drags him out of the building. Hae-sung is powerless in the face of the man’s strength, and he finds himself thrown across the hospital’s parking garage a few times until he’s too exhausted to move.

The man growls in his face, “Listen well. Don’t use your power recklessly.” Hae-sung asks who he is, but the man just says not to do anything to draw attention, “Or you’ll put all of us in danger.”

The mystery man leaves, and Hae-sung’s phone rings with a call from Ho-bang. He’s with Jin-ju, who’s glaring at him suspiciously for claiming that he’s calling Hae-sung. Hae-sung tries to answer the phone, but the screen goes snowy and it screeches whenever he talks, then the call is disconnected.

That night, after he’s healed, Hae-sung waits outside the restaurant for Jung-won to get off work. He recognizes Min-joon, who leaves first, then Hae-sung lights up like a Christmas tree when Jung-won comes outside. She’s just as excited to see him, but she tenses up when she spots Min-joon nearby.

She tells Min-joon that Hae-sung is her cousin, which has Hae-sung frowning at her. Min-joon bounces over to say hello, but Hae-sung doesn’t like the way he pats his shoulder like a little kid. As Min-joon drives away, he looks back to see Hae-sung brushing his shoulder off with a big pout on his face.

Once they’re alone, Hae-sung asks Jung-won to have a drink with him. They find a convenience store, but Hae-sung chickens out of buying the alcohol when he sees the clerk watching him. It looks like it kills him to ask Jung-won to buy the drinks, ha.

She teases him for being scared, but she buys beer and soju, and she tells Hae-sung that the proper ratio of soju and beer is 8 to 2. She goes back inside to get a snack he likes, and when she gets back outside, Hae-sung is polishing off the soju bottle. OMG.

She tells him that the mix was supposed to be mostly beer, but he says he feels fine. Cut to: Hae-sung staggering through the park, barely able to stay upright even with Jung-won’s help, insisting that he’s completely sober. Those pink cheeks would disagree, hee.

To prove how very sober he is, Hae-sung starts pointing out things he recognizes, like street lamps and trees. He bellows happily at a mother with her baby, then points to an older man on a bench.

Jung-won stops him, forbidding him to call the man a grandfather, but Hae-sung wags a finger at her. He points again and declares, “He’s bald!!” LOL, drunk Hae-sung is hilarious.

Jung-won eventually gets Hae-sung home, and he beams at her as she complains that he has the worst drinking habits. He tells her that he saw both Young-joon and Hae-chul today, and she asks what they said.

Hae-sung’s smile falters as he says that Hae-chul blamed him for ruining his life, and that Young-joon denied knowing him. He says softly that he doesn’t know why he’s here, then sighs that nobody welcomes him because he ruined his siblings’ lives.

Looking heartbroken , he adds that if he had known this would happen, he would have lived for himself more. He tells Jung-won that he thought of it as his duty to take care of his siblings,believing that giving them a good life meant he would have a good life, too.

But now he says sadly that he didn’t have to do that, and he asks Jung-won, “How did I get here?” Jung-won doesn’t know what to say other than that she’s sorry, and she watches as Hae-sung nods off to sleep.

His phone rings, and she answers when she sees that it’s Ho-bang. He’s shocked she answered and asks if she’s with Hae-sung now, and he says he’ll call her right back. HAHA, is he spying on Jin-ju while she’s on a date?

He is, and he gets fed up when she continuously misunderstands her date’s questions. He storms over to their table and grabs her by the wrist, saying that they have to go see Hae-sung right now.

When Hae-sung wakes, he imagines that he sees all of his old friends there, smiling at him. He rubs his eyes and looks again, and they are there, only they’re their grown-up selves. They stare at him in wonder, and Ho-bang tells them not to think too hard about this.

They’re all crying, including Hae-sung, as he recognizes each of them in turn. Jin-ju hugs him and wails that they knew he didn’t kill Jung-chul, then Tae-hoon says tearfully that they’re all doing well.

Moon-shik just sobs and says he’s glad to see Hae-sung, which sends Hae-sung into a fresh bout of tears, so grateful to hear that they missed him. They all fall into their old comfortable bickering like no time has passed, and Hae-sung finds his smile again.

The next day, Hae-sung goes to Chungho and walks Ho-bang through everything that happened on the night that he died. He explains that he left his bicycle light in the art room in his hurry to get help for Jung-chul, and points out the spot where the car hit him.

Ho-bang asks if Hae-sung remembers the car. He tells Hae-sung that the car belonged to Tae-hoon’s father, who’s the chairman of both the Chungho Foundation and the Chungho department store. Apparently Tae-hoon’s father wasn’t in the car that night, and the driver who hit Hae-sung went to prison for manslaughter.

Ho-bang says that Tae-hoon had a particularly difficult time after Hae-sung died, and that it was hard to watch him suffering. He asks if Hae-sung saw anyone while he was on his bike that night, but he says he didn’t.

Hae-sung smiles brightly when Hae-chul joins them, grumbling that if Jung-chul’s murderer really is someone else, he’ll kill the guy (awww, he’ll come around). He confirms that Hae-sung’s family was planning a surprise party for him that night, and that Jung-won sent Hae-sung to the art room on a made-up errand to buy time for them to get ready.

Hae-sung looks pleased to learn of the party, but he grows serious again when Hae-chul says that their grandmother and Young-in went to the hospital when they heard about the accident, while Jung-won went to the police station. Hae-chul mutters that he stayed home with Soo-ji, but that Young-joon wasn’t home.

Ho-bang stops Hae-chul, confused, because Jung-won’s police report said that all four of Hae-sung’s siblings were home that night. Hae-chul repeats that Young-joon came home very late, and Hae-sung wonders if Hae-chul was just too young to remember clearly.

At work, Jung-won stops outside to clean up a ripped bag of trash. She looks up when a well-dressed woman approaches her, eyes widening when she realizes that it’s her mother. Her mother seems cautiously happy to see her, and she says that she’s been wanting to see Jung-won but didn’t know where to look, but then she saw Jung-won’s picture in the magazine article.

Jung-won asks her to leave, but her mother says that she’s sorry for abandoning her when she was young. Jung-won snaps that she doesn’t want to hear it, which is when Min-joon steps outside and sees the two women talking. He slips into a corner to avoid interrupting, and accidentally eavesdrops.

He hears Jung-won remind her mother that she claimed not to know who she was, so her mother gets to the point. She says that she heard Jung-won is having money difficulties and tries to give her an envelope, but Jung-won just laughs. In a fit of pride, she claims to own this restaurant, then adds that she’s marrying Min-joon soon.

She tells her mother angrily that she doesn’t need her money, but her mom says that she doesn’t have to lie and holds out the envelope again. Min-joon decides to do something, so he approaches the women and introduces himself to Jung-won’s mother. He tells her that he and Jung-won are getting married, backing up her lie.

When Jung-won’s mother asks if they can have lunch, Min-joon oh-so-politely turns her down. He says they’re all booked up today and pulls Jung-won inside, but once they’re out of her mother’s sight he drops Jung-won’s arm. She scurries back to the kitchen, where she’s distracted for the rest of the day.

Hae-sung can’t stop thinking about Hae-chul saying that Young-joon was out on the night he died. He tries to call Jung-won, but his phone still goes haywire whenever he tries to use it.

That night, Jung-won waits for Min-joon after work to apologize for using him to lie to her mother. She thanks him for going along with it, and admits that she’s embarrassed. She starts to explain about her complicated relationship with her mother, but Min-joon says that she doesn’t have to tell him.

He admits that he also has family issues he doesn’t want people to know about. Jung-won looks grateful, and she says that since she was young, she’s wanted to get back at her mother for abandoning her. She thanks Min-joon for helping her do that today, then bursts into tears.

Without a word, Min-joon steps forward and hugs Jung-won, and she rests her forehead on his chest and sobs. Nearby, Hae-sung shows up to take Jung-won home, and he freezes when he sees her in Min-joon’s arms.

 
COMMENTS

Oof, poor Hae-sung. He’s still so in love with Jung-won. It makes sense because for him, no time has passed, and he doesn’t seem to care that she’s now older and changed by life — to him, she’s still that young girl who’s the center of his universe. It’s adorable the way he still acts like the oppa with her, even though she’s twelve years older than he is now. But as cute as that is, it makes me ache for all the years that Hae-sung and Jung-won didn’t get to spend together, that they didn’t have the chance to grow up together and experience their young first love growing into a more mature love.

And as much as I would love for Jung-won and Hae-sung to resume their romance now that Hae-sung is back, the truth is that Jung-won has had twelve years for her innocent first love to fade into a bittersweet memory. If Hae-sung had come back twelve years older I might not be so concerned, but he’s still a teenager in both body and mind. Even if Jung-won still loves him, the problems surrounding a woman in her thirties dating an eighteen-year-old are pretty huge. Min-joon is so much more appropriate for Jung-won in just about every way, and when they’re together they seem like they’d make such a great couple… if it weren’t for Hae-sung.

I haven’t mentioned Min-joon much because so far, he’s been pretty peripheral to the main story. But he’s stepping up his game with Jung-won, and it’s sort of worrying me that she’s noticing him as a man. And who wouldn’t — he’s handsome, successful, sweet, understanding, and he’s gone to bat for her more than once, even lying to help her save face in front of her estranged mother. I actually like him a lot, especially the way Jung-won seems to bring out his nervous, shy side, and how he’s not afraid to show his vulnerability to her. He would make a really interesting leading man, if this were a different story.

Anyway, I have a feeling that love isn’t the reason Hae-sung was brought back by whatever orchestrated this situation. His main focus and reason for being were always his family, and we know that at least one of them is in real trouble. Add to that the mystery of Jung-chul’s possible murder, and a lot of inconsistencies surrounding Hae-sung’s death as well, and Hae-sung has a lot on his plate before he can even begin to think about romance. At least I’m not as worried this week that Hae-sung is only here to fulfill a purpose then leave again, because according to the mystery man, there seem to be more people who have come back from the dead and are still around. I just love the looming mystery of it all — why and how Hae-sung returned from the dead, how he’s acquired superhuman powers, and why some people get to come back and not others.

I’m so glad that Hae-sung finally got to reconnect with his old friends. That whole scene had me blubbering as hard as Hae-sung and his buddies, because it was so sweet how awed and grateful they all were to see him again. After being rejected by both of his brothers, Hae-sung really needed to know that there are people who are overjoyed to see him again. His entire identity was wrapped up in being the guiding force of his family, so I can’t imagine how devastated he must feel to wake up one day twelve years later, and find that they blame him for ruining their lives. I didn’t really believe Hae-sung when he said that he wouldn’t have sacrificed for his family if he’d known all this would happen, because that’s not who Hae-sung is — he’s a born caretaker, and it was obvious when he was with his siblings that he adored taking care of them. But it broke my heart when he said that his sacrifices didn’t mean anything. It was so sweet for Jung-won to arrange for his friends to come, so that he could see that he does make a difference in many people’s lives.

What I want Hae-sung to understand is that he’s got it all backwards. It’s not that his living for his family meant nothing — the truth is that it meant so much, and that he was so essential to them, that they just couldn’t cope with him gone. Without Hae-sung to love and protect them, his family had no rudder. They lost their guiding star, and they didn’t know how to keep it together without him. I hope that Hae-chul will come around quickly and help Hae-sung reconnect with his other siblings so that, even if it’s a few years late, they can become a family again.

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If we don't get a twist i guess we know who the killer is now...Felt so sad seeing Jung-won backstory and enraged at the so called Mother,such a shameless women,even more coming later on...I guess the misterious Ajusshi is the same kind as Hae Sung now,a entity between life and death,intresting saying there are more living among them,i guess that comet wasn't now the cause of his return,i guess it happened before...

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I was suspiscious of young-joon in the last episode as the one responsible for Jung-chul's murder and its growing stronger in this episode. I really think it is possible but I hope, for Hae-sung's sake, that its just a red herring and someone else is the culprit.

I'm also very curious of the Ajusshi and hope to learn more about him, and learn more about what they are exactly.

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I also suspected Young Joon. I was thinking it could have been self defense. I agree that it's preferable if he's not at fault for poor Hae Sung's sake

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Self defense is much better because I was thinking it could have been revenge to his bully.

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I'm thinking that Jung-chul may have witnessed Hae Sung's accident...but he didn't try to save him. He may have thought that everything would be better if his brother were gone because it was because of Hae Sung that Young-joon was getting bullied at school.
Of course this is just a theory, I hope he wasn't even at the place of the accident, let alone have a hand in it.

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I love pretty much everything about this show at this point--when it's funny, when it's melancholy, when it's sweet. It's hitting all the right notes for me.

What I hope happens romantically is that they meet in the middle, Hae-sung's presence reminding Jung-won of the happier and more hopeful young girl she used to be and helping her reclaim some of that, while interacting with the adult her helps him grow up. I'm not particularly bothered by the age difference or obstacles--any official record would show that Hae-sung is the same age as Jung-won if he proves who he is. We might get a time jump at some point anyway, but Yeo Jin-goo reads as so essentially ageless to me that I'm not very concerned.

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Part of me just wants to hug Hae-sung after all that he has discovered since his return. The series started slow for me but the interest has thankfully picked up with succeeding episodes.

Min-joon is an enigma for now. I'm starting to like his character too and there's this nagging fear that a revelation connecting him to the past may shatter that perfect image.

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I was absolutely laughing out loud during the scene where Haesung's drunk pointing at everything and everyone. When he points at the grandfather as bald LMAO. Then I teared up when he starts talking about how none of his siblings were happy to see him. ? I'm glad Haesung's friends are there to make him feel welcomed.

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Aww, that sounds adorable (a drunken Hae-sung)! I hope I can watch this one later on one of the subscription streaming sites over here. Rats. Thanks, @lollypip for another great recap!

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It really is! ♥ Here's the cut if you're interested, it's even more hilarious in the video because he actually laughs at the grandpa after calling him bald (and the laughter's so mischievous and infectious at the same time).

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F2jjPeAs-00

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Yeo Jin Goo's laugh is so contagious. I literally laugh out loud, I startled my mom ?

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OMO, that's adorable! Thanks for that!

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I wasn't expecting the brother to be really evil and a murderer, but that's what it looks like right now. I wonder if there will be a twist later.

So Hae-sung has a smart phone now, but it's basically useless. That sucks. I feel like this is going to cause a lot of problems later on. Is it supposed to be some kind of ectoplasm/ghost energy thing that's disrupting electronic devices? Maybe he'll be able to learn to control it, since when he was really emotional it caused the lights to burst and go out around him and it normally doesn't do that, so there might be different power levels.

I wish our mysterious ahjussi would hurry up and explain the situation fully to Hae-sung and stop being vague and cryptic about it. He can't expect him to behave and follow whatever rules he must follow if he doesn't know what those rules even are.

On the romance side, I'm not really feeling Min-joon. It's not AJH's fault, but I just don't logically buy his one-sided love for Jung-won. I mean he gave up an important career opportunity "for" her, even though he didn't seem to know her that well. That's just weird. I wish we knew more about why he fell in love with her to begin with. Right now Min-joon feels sort of out of place in a drama where basically all the other characters knew each other in high school and he's just some random guy that only Jung-won knows and only because he's her boss.

So I'm 100% Team Hae-sung, age difference be damned. I live for the flashbacks to their childhood, they are so wonderful and precious, I just want an entire drama of their high school days.

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I'm not feeling Min-joon either. I was completely turned off at the beginning when he gave up that opportunity for her, and he's currently in early-2000s second lead position for me, which is to say filling a spot on the character roster but not much else. I would personally find it more interesting if he turned out to be evil, but anything to flesh him out would be helpful at this point.

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I always feel bittersweet when flashbacks of their high school days are shown. It makes me think of the what ifs. How everyone's live would have been if Hae-sung hadn't died and how would have his romance with Jung-won progressed.

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" Is it supposed to be some kind of ectoplasm/ghost energy thing that's disrupting electronic devices? " I thought so too. Plus the presence of the strange ahjussi suggests that there might be more back-from-the-dead people everywhere... o.0

And about min joon, I didn't understand why from ep 1 he doesn't go abroad 'for' jung won, & basically his one sided love was thrown at us. But, his gesture in the last few minutes of today's episode were nice, I still don't ship them, but at that time JW needed a shoulder to cry on, & he happened to be there...

I haven't jumped a ship yet, but really like Hae sung. He's a huge ball of sunshine, that guy. :-)

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Min Joon didn't start off right to me too. I need to agree that's it is how his one sided love is thrown at us but as the story progress, I'm glad I'm already warming up to his character just as how much I am to the rest. I think I already got it, he is taking his time and letting Jung Woon herself open up to him. She already turned him down & I think it is just too rude of him to continue insisting himself to her. The last few minutes of the episode showed it, He thoughtfully told her that if she doesn't want to share the whole story with him, she doesn't have to. And I actually go 'awww' when Jung Woon continued anyway. It is not because she feel compelled to give him an explanation but because she just wants to let it out.
But.. I still don't know which is the real ship of this show. In the end,I just want our Sung Hae Sung to be happy and I'm all good.

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Show is hitting all the right notes for me too. loving it.

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I loved it how the friends gathered around him crying!!! Yet one of his brothers feigned ignorance of his identity!!! That guy right there is pure Trash!!!! Hae Chul dear, you love your brother more than you think!! I am waiting for you to jump on his train!!!
FRIENDSHIP IS EVERLASTING!! Again here I get to see that!!! Thanku guys for being that loving!!!!

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Jung Chaeyeon continues to impress with her acting. She made me cry again in that scene with her mother. No wonder JW feels that she's unlucky. Imagine being rejected by your own mom and then losing a dear friend to a fatal accident.

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I"m in love with this drama... So much : )

The flashbacks are shown at perfect moment so we can really know how much they were connected in the past. Unfortunately, I don't feel much chemistry among the actors at the present, I believe this is making it difficult for me to have bigger emotions with the couple in the present, whereas in the past the actors have so much chemistry, but the story remains perfect at it is.

I hope at least the sisters can be more grateful that he came back.

P.S: The scene of the bald man is soooo funny... More drunk Hae-sung

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I'm perfectly fine with no chemistry between the two leads. I prefer that he resolves his issues with his family while remaining friends with Jung won.

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I'm gonna be honest and I hope he dies again. I don't want a romantic relationship between the leads. I want this to be about bringing people together and healing. The second lead can get the girl. That'll be a hell of a surprise.

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Yeo Jin Gu has really sweet chemistry with the younger version of Jung Won, but not with the older version. I actually wish they kept the younger actress in more scenes.

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I really would want Jung Won to end up with Ming Soon. Because I don't think a 20 year old can handle that kind of relationship that she needs. It's not realistic but I'm curious as to why he came back.

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It's funny because I agree and disagree with you. A normal 20 yr old could not handle a relationship with a normal 30 yr old. But Jung Won did not grow up well. She was basically stuck as a 18-20 year old, unable to move on from the tragedy that she felt responsible for. Ming Soon confessed but she rejected him because she felt she was unworthy. She needs Hae Sung to help her overcome the past and help her grow up. Whether they end up together after that I don't know. She may be able to give MS a chance after that. But right now HS is the right guy.

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There aren't enough expletives to describe Young-joon and Jung-won's mom. I'm sure the show might try to humanize them giving some reason they did what they did which would most likely not quell my dislike of them.

One of my few issues with this show is actually a big one. I don't like Hae-sung. My heart ached for him when he said he felt his efforts had been in vein. I'm going to agree with @lollypip here that having lost their rudder/guiding star, they were adrift. But my problem with Hae-sung is that he is young in both body and mind. The way he is dealing with his bros is just stupid. You just barge in to see Young-join not thinking how he would react!? Did you not see how the others reacted!? You know that you're supper strong and you just toss ppl around!? He really needed that beating to know how it feels.

That gap age gap is kinda big for a noona romance, and yeah, I know there are others like it. I just feel Jung-won would be better off with chef-nim.

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can't imagine anyone disliking hae Sung! :O

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I'm also kind of amazed by anyone disliking him! I wouldn't expect a boy who died as a teen and came back at the same age to not react like a teenager as he tries to navigate his new world. In fact, that's one of my favorite things about it. If he came back and acted 100% like a mature adult, it wouldn't make sense to me at all since he died in the middle of adolescence. I'm along for the ride of this drama as much to see him grow up as anything else.

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I think it's possible that a person who died and came back could start acting differently, much in the same way some people who have a near death experience or have a life threatening illness etc may. But that's beside my point. In the infinite possible personalities, I just don't like this kid. I think this is exacerbated by YJG's acting here which seems forced IMO. I am open to see where this show goes though as I think it has an interesting premise, especially with the family and if there is a noona romance.

Hmmm...I think that one of my issues with Hae-sung's personality might be that in the noona romances I've seen, the male is usually mature for his age and oddly sagacious. Again, I'll see where it goes.

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and hae Sing is young in body and mind probably because he died young. he didn't get a chance to grow up. and he acts like a kid how he was 12 years ago. to me it's not a surprise. hea sung is emotional, innocent and sensitive he's not the kind of a guy to plot a great plan to meet his brother secretly. Of course his brother wouldn't come either. With his every old friend he just went straight to them.

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I'm absolutely loving this show!

I really like how the flashbacks interspersed with the present day scenes make for some really bittersweet viewing. Especially with Hae Sung and Jung Won, you can clearly see how much they adored and cared for each other.

Come present day and Jung Won is a facsimile of the person she was and Hae Sung feels terrible for the way his death seems to have devastated everyone.

Still, seeing them both be together and just laugh and smile is BEYOND cute. I know which ship I'm sailing, age-difference and fate be damned.

The friends reunion was the cutest. I loved seeing his friends basically rally around him. Lord know Hae Sung needs somebody to appreciate the fact that he's back ( Jung Won and Ho Bang not withstanding ofc)

I can already see who I dont like. Young-joon dude. Great job ditching on everyone. I mean, I know why some people would leave their families and walk away and I can even understand to an extent why he did it (he was ashamed of them, did not want the responsibility etc etc ) but DUDE. It felt so bad to hear that the littlest one went off to the orphanage, cause there was nobuddy to take care. ;___;

And now he wants no mention of his siblings. WOW. -_-

Jung Won's mother is another person who's making me go UGH. I felt so terrible for young Jung Won. Nothing like seeing your Mom who abandoned you happily love her new kids and be a mom to them. Talking about soul-destroying. I totally loved that Min Joon stepped up to support Jung Won (would he have done the same tho, if she was not his longtime unrequited object of affection?)

Anyway, I loved the episode and feel more and more invested in this drama. Looking forward to seeing how they explain the mysterious powers, the mysterious ahjussi and of course, seeing where this goddamn love triangle is going.

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This show hits me on a visceral level..on cue, I cry, laugh, and squeal like a deranged woman. The only downside is the real struggle to find it state-side.

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how did they went along with his resurrection like that . their reaction was really strange except for his doctor brother he seemed the most natural reaction among them all

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"It’s not that his living for his family meant nothing — the truth is that it meant so much, and that he was so essential to them, that they just couldn’t cope with him gone. "
Aww this is why I like when LollyPip recaps.
Hae-sung death threw into question his whole identity and role for his family and the pain was too great. It's a shame that frequently when someone dies many people(and society) consider their own opinions of that person to be absolute and try to push their viewpoint on others. This is especially harmful if the opinions are negative and when there are children involved.
My sister died when I was eight and the rest of us siblings had to and continue to deal with relatives who rewrote their own history of my sister. Luckily we've been able to stay grounded in the truth of how amazing she was and have pity for those who would spend their time so wastefully.
My heart really goes out to all the siblings in this drama. There were so many issues they were dealing with before Hae-sung's death and afterwards it seemed to grow ten fold. I'm still interested to see how the death of the bully went down...was it accidential or on purpose?
Although 5/6 weren't the strongest episodes for me there were some great good moments and I'm awaiting next week episodes.
Side Notes
I love the Flashbacks! <3 Please keep it coming.

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Oh so the killer is....(everyone has already guesses i think )
Jung won's mom...wow...lady you are very shameless
Hae Sung is like sunshine, seriously that guy kills me.

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This is the first time I'm watching LYH and her acting is so one note here that I fail to feel any chemistry between the two leads. Which is a shame because the childhood scenes are quite good. She basically copy pasted her crying face in both the scenes. She is so painfully bland that I'm actually feeling frustrated because YJG deserves a better female lead and is overcompensating with his facial expressions/manner of speaking. I really hope she improves.

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YJG happy mode for Hae-sung is really annoying. I'm guessing that a lot of ppl are fans of his acting, but this is my first show of his and I though he was super green only to find out that he has an extensive body of work under his belt. I seriously hope his acting normalizes soon.

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watch circle. yjg is a lot more low key and subtle there i think

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I love him, but I admit I think he's struggling to find a balance at the moment. Maybe he's having trouble understanding and interpreting his character. His character is supposed to be overly mature for a high schooler due to the weight of the responsibility put on him at a young age, yet be immature in contrast to his friends from 12 years ago. In addition, there is the added extra element of his charter's tendency to force a smile to cheer up those around him; these duel elements make his character difficult to portray.

As for LYH, I don't quite understand her character or what she's supposed to be feeling. I can't read the actresses emotions very well at all right now. It may just be her acting ability but it's too early for me to be sure as I too have not seen her in anything else.

Back to YJG , there are still moments that I find his acting brilliant. I love the heartbreaking scene where he laments how all his efforts to take care of his family were in vane. I think with a little guidance from the director, he'll be able to really do well with this character. I really do believe that he has infinite potential.
Right now though, LYH and YJG unfortunately seem out of tune with each other; I don't think it's the age difference, just the acting chemistry.

I love the overall whimsical feel of this drama and can't wait to see all these different hearts mend even if the romance falls flat.

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Yay! I'm not crazy after all.

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Omg I can't believe I'm having second lead syndrome. Yeo Jin gu here I must be nuts!
I can't help but like min joon - love the way he's a little shy and thoughtful for the female lead

But this show makes me cry - it's so heartening that the friends miss HS esp since his family ended up so messed up. I hope he's not back just to put everyone back on path, my heart can't break so many times for Yeo Jin yu.
But then minjoon doesn't get the girl ...ahhh...
I think AJH is doing great in the role which surprises me lots

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EXACTLY my words. I never thought i would have SLS when YJG is first lead!!!!!!!
I feel more chemistry between chef and JW and wish Haesung only tries to solve his family problem and then happily goes back to another word. Lol i must have gone crazy:D

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What can I say, I like this drama. Yeo Jin Goo is perfect for this role.

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Woo Jin knows how to manipulate those jeans. And the too tight shirt was conveniently tight in all the right places. What a twist. Well played, show.

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lol yeah! ;)

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Raise your hand if you cried at the friend reunion scene! ✋

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Hae Sung was/ is such a light to the lives of his friends and family. Even now he continue to care for them. I can't understand how people can get annoyed by hae sung always smiling face. This is a healing drama. I don't think you can heal anyone by being moody all the time lol. Some people tend to look at positive side no mater what and i think Hae Sung is like that. Hae Sung has this habit of smiling even though he is hurt inside just to make others at ease. That's really caring of him.

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yes his smile is like sunshine.

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His character here is an absolute contrast from Circle (despite some of the similarities that both characters encountered)... that I'm welcoming all the scenes where he is happily smiling away. I'm a simple human being, and everytime Yeo Jingoo smiles, I smile.

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Ohmy I cried when the squad finally reunited! I sooo love them. Been loving this so far!

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Gosh, as if I wasn't going through enough feels already, you had to throw me this episode, show. My feelings really went out for Hae Sung. Like him, I'm an older sibling and, like most older siblings, we all feel the need to protect and take care of the younger ones, especially when our parents aren't around. Seeing Hae Sung break down like that and say that all his efforts were in vain was so heartbreaking to see and hear. It really is because he WASN'T there to take care of his family that things fell apart.

My curiosity is growing in regards to the siblings, especially Young Joon. Did he really kill that student? Or is it really just a red herring? I'm really conflicted on this as I simultaneously want and don't want him to be the culprit. If he is, it would explain why he cut all contact with his family out of guilt of causing all this drama and all the blame pushed onto his dead hyung. If he isn't, it does beg the question of why he pushed them all away if it wasn't out of guilt. I don't want him to be the selfish jerk he's giving off right now if only for Hae Sung's sake since he tried so hard to give him a good life, even going up against the bully when he beat Young Joon.

My feels also went out to Jung Won who also has gone through so much pain because of her family. I wanted to slap her mother when she offered her money out of her so-called sympathy. I am curious as to whether it is genuine or fake, but I'm far more focused on the Ajusshi that's following Hae Sung around and keeping a watchful eye on him. Eagerly anticipating the next episode!!!

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Well, Yeo Jingoo is costing me money -- I subscribed to DF for Circle, and now Kocowa for this. Maybe he can take a break after this? Really love the scenes with him and his friends.

I wonder if that random street cat that they keep showing is also a supercat. That would be awesome.

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Yeah they show the cat too much! There must be something with it!

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I thought that for a sec, too!

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I'm with you on that cat idea.

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Ugh, I'm trying hard to stick with the two streaming sites to which I already subscribe to feed my k-drama addiction. I really want to see this legally! Le sigh...

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Young-joon....killer. He probably ran over his brother to because he secretly hated him because he was so liked and loved.

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This was to me a pretty heartbreaking episode.??

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I like Min-joon and Jung Won together.
I also like Hae-sung and feel sad that he and Jung-Won could not realize their love. But I agree to that Hae-sung probably came back to bring his family together and to help his friends.

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"What I want Hae-sung to understand is that he’s got it all backwards. It’s not that his living for his family meant nothing — the truth is that it meant so much, and that he was so essential to them, that they just couldn’t cope with him gone."
this was so beautifully said

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I think Young Joon killed the guy. And the one who was driving the car that killed Hae Sung was probably Min Joon. Anyone shares the same thoughts?

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Yeah.. could be that Min Joon was the one behind the wheel. His character description does say that he has trauma or struggle and such, right?

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Never thought I'd say this but I am now on the fence on the whole romance thing with JW and HS, for one thing I think once he resolves all his unresolved issues, he'd be gone. And 2nd I think he's going to realize he's there to give everyone a chance to move on, as sad as it is JW is going to be one of them. (Although, I won't begrudge you show if you prove me wrong that a romance between older JW and HS is possible!)

PS. Is there a possibility that Min joon and Hae sung are related? Which is why JW is also drawn to him?
I mean it was implied that HS and Young in aren't really brothers so...

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Is it weird that I'm shipping Ahn Jae Hyun with Lee Yeon Hee & Yeo Jin Gu with Chaeyeon?? The older and younger versions just feel like two completely different characters!

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Same here. I really don't get the feeling that the young and adult Jungwons are supposed to be the same character. Maybe it's the acting or the writing, but even if Jungwon had undergone so many changes as time flew by, I just can't picture the adult Jungwon in the young one at all. Both actresses just have absolutely different takes on the character. I don't know if it makes sense, but in terms of writing, I also feel like the adult Jungwon goes way out of character in her choices. I mean even if she had to change because of all the traumas from the past and had to become a completely different person— I was expecting she'd become jaded instead of clumsy and at times be even more immature.

And yeah, 4 traditional episodes later, I still want grown-up Jungwon to end up with Minjoon and young Jungwon and Haesung to have more scenes together even if it's all gonna end up bitter-sweet. T_T I actually still would prefer Haesung to happily pass on after settling things no matter how it would break my heart.

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Anyone know who is the actress playing Seo-won?

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she's lee sohee. she's a model and recently appeared in shinee's 'tell me what to do' MV.

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The family is so lost without Hae-sung; the glue keeping together the broken pieces is gone. Now that he is back, he's like dried-up glue that's hard to use to put them back together... but they do need him so much.

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When Ho-bang pulled Jin-ju from her date, the background music playing was familiar. I just can't recall from which drama I heard it from before. (or maybe it's just me and my hyperactive imagination? Haha!)

I like seeing Hae-chul's ice wall thawing out with every interaction he has with Hae-sung in the present. :)

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It's from lovers in Paris

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Love love this show! YjG smiles- i smile, he cries-- i cry!. That kid has the most amazingly expressive face.
The meeting between the friends was so so wonderful. I want to see more of them together.
I am liking min joon too, its nice to see a kind, calm second lead and he steps up when needed too!

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I think Hae Sung+ Jung Won are perfect together. Why are you guys pushing Min Joon down our throats when everyone thinks different? He seems decent guy. But who cares? Heart wants what heart wants. There are many married couples with 10 years age gap. Lee Yeon Hee is doing perfectly fine and is a such a beautiful woman. Stop saying i want Haesung with younger Jung Won. There is no younger Jung Won. She grew up and rest is just memory.

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Everyone has their own preferences but I don't think anyone's pushing the ship they like down on anybody's throat. The people who enjoy their own ships are simply voicing out their opinions. You like the show's official OTP and that's good too it just so happens that the others enjoy the other pairings better. Naturally, we all have different tastes. It's not as if the others are forbidding people from shipping the grown up Jungwon x Haesung, they're just simply talking about the ship they like better and are stating their reasons for it. Personally, I just really prefer the chemistry between young Jungwon and Haesung and I can't help it. I mean the series will still go through the ship that it's aiming for and maybe I'll warm up more to the grown up Jungwon x Haesung, but for now the scenes between the young Jungwon and Haesung feels more natural to me, and since I'm enjoying it, I'd like to see more of it.

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i get it. Sometimes i just get angry at haters who say bad things about Lee Yeon Hee. One person even said her cries at 2 instances were the copy of one another. Her 2 cries in this drama was beautiful. If it was other actress or newbie, people would raving over it. People over criticize her all the time at every project. Then people always choose to give chances to other actresses or newbies. I have been watching dramas for 20 years. I also know what is real bad actress, what is decent and what is good.

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We are here to voice out and hear various opinions but that doesn't mean we are insisting it nor pushing it down to anyone's throat. Same goes to disliking or liking a certain OTP, character, story, etc.. We can like this or that but we shouldn't expect others to agree with it all the time. Personally. I always enjoy knowing other people's thought contrary to mine. Just to get to learn what is running to others people's mind. As long as it is not hostile, I take everything openly.

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i also thing has sung and Jung won are perfect. She's a adult now but she is still the same Jung won. Which is why she's still so drawn to hae Sung. Her reactions to Min joon is mostly out of respect because he is her boss

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He he... I agree. Age doesn´t matter if the chemistry and goas and values are in harmony.
the problem here anyway is: Most likely they cannot be together, because... he doesn´t know if he came to stay again in this world. Also... must likely he won´t grow older... :/

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I don't know with whom will jung won end up. But for now it is Hae Sung that makes her heart flutter. Hope for the best for this drama. ?

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this and school 2017 are the only dramas i'm watching right now.

i really, really love this drama! i never thought it would happen given that yeo jin goo is the lead here, but i think i'm startling to develop sls for ahn jae hyun.

this drama really gives of a melancholic vibe. the interspersing of the young versions vs their older versions makes it all so poignant.

i might ruffle a lot of feathers here but i am hoping that hae sung would remain dead in the end. i think the real purpose why he came back to life was to give healing to all his loved ones, most especially to his siblings. i hope that once he fulfills his purpose, he can finally rest in peace. it would be unusual if the second lead gets the girl this time.

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I don't wish for it. But what if Jung won also dies at the end and she and hae sung are reunited in a next birth to live happily ever after...? Min joon is too calm to me, to the point that he's almost boring. In the other hand I'd love to hang out with a person who is as lively as hae sung.

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I agree. I dont trust quite, so called "shy" people anymore. They are shy and sweet, but they usually bring a hell inside that hey! You would rather not find out...

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ok im enjoying this drama and all but i just cannot get over her bangs pls pls make them normal length why are they so short what is up

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There's this one person whom hea sung reminds me so much. He is the Russian pair skater and 2 time Olympic pairs champion ( with skating parter and wife Ekaterina Gordeeva) Sergei Grinkov. He was one of these people who smiled all the time like hae sung to the point his nickname at school was "smile". He was funny, goofy and got jealous when his skating partner (later wife) got attention from other guys. Was so good with kids. When they were little treated with care to his partner who was four year younger like the older brother she never had. Hae Sung is pretty much the Korean version of Sergei. Unfortunately Sergei also died at the age of 28 after suffering from a massive heart attack. His wife wrote a book about the happy life she spent with him. They were together since she was just 11. It's such a beautiful but tragic love story.

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The Brazilian wax. I couldn't stop laughing.

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Am I the only one who feels like Ahn Jae Hyun's acting leaves a lot to be desired? His laughs/smirks sound really forced. Lee Yeon Hee is a bit more tolerable, save for her crying scenes. I don't know, I feel like there were quite a few miscasts in this drama.

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I watched Ep. 1-2 over the weekend but I'm still deciding if I will continue to watch it. I'm still not warming up with the older Jung-won but I'm loving the friends especially Ho-bang (Turtle!) and Jin-ju (I totally ship them!). But the main reason why I'm not yet decided to watch it is the fate of Hae-sung :(

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There is something I would like to say about this drama. I know very well the premise. And I can feel the melancholy in Jung-won, from the very beginning.
In The Bride of the Water god, I also understand and feel the melancholy.
In both dramas we are facing quasi an impossible love, and enough reasons to feel loneliness and pain and sorrow... Or even, I feel this characters seeking a reason to live so endlessly sad, it really breaks me every time.

But that being said, I must acknowledge this drama feels better for me, because i can relate more to it. All of us have lost someone in death and would love to have him/her back.
But none of us is paying the duty of being a God's servant (although we all should be, by the way), or falling for a creature of the spiritual realm.
Anyway...
When Jung-won cries, she makes me cry as well. This doesn´t mean I dont like Soo ah, but she doesn´t make me cry. Jung-won made me cry every time she cried in this episode, and before as well...
And I know she will make me cry until the end.
So...
I must be a masochist, because I am looking forward to the tears.

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