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Reunited Worlds: Episodes 31-32

It’s an episode full of shocking discoveries as Hae-sung grows ever closer to solving the mystery of who killed the bully from all those years ago. He may regret ever starting down this path if the truth becomes more of a burden than remaining in the dark. Hae-sung may have a difficult decision ahead of him — keep silent and hurt those he loves, or tell the truth and hurt them even worse than before?


 
EPISODE 31 RECAP

Young-joon confesses to Hae-sung that despite what he said before, CEO Cha did pay his way through medical school. He asks why Hae-sung wanted to know, so Hae-sung tells him that CEO Cha had already told him about it, and he wanted to confirm it with Young-joon.

Young-joon had thought that when Hae-sung asked about it, that he was there to judge him for taking money from CEO Cha, so he’s surprised that Hae-sung was actually looking into Kyung-chul’s death. He says that he came to the wrong place to ask his question.

Hae-sung says, “You believe that I’m the murderer, don’t you?” He asks why, and Young-joon says that a lot of people think that he’s the murderer because he hated Kyung-chul for beating him up, and because he wasn’t home that night. But he insists that he wasn’t even near the school when Kyung-chul was killed, so if it wasn’t him, then it must have been Hae-sung.

But Hae-sung tells Young-joon firmly that he didn’t do it either. He realizes that whoever CEO Cha is covering for, it’s not Young-joon. He thinks to himself, “There’s no way… Tae-hoon?

Young-joon tells Hae-sung that he’s getting married soon, and that he doesn’t want any distractions from that. He asks Hae-sung not to pull him into this matter any further.

Devastated by the thought that Tae-hoon might be the killer, Hae-sung calls Ho-bang. But he changes his mind before mentioning his suspicion, deciding that he won’t say anything until he’s absolutely sure.

That night, Hae-sung goes to visit his sisters, and he sees Tae-hoon walking Young-in home after a date. He watches them say goodnight, looking troubled at the thought that his friend might be guilty of murder.

Over dinner, Jin-ju brightly tells Jung-won and Moon-shik about Ho-bang’s handcuff confession, but she says it as if it happened to a friend. They both think it sounds like a very romantic proposal, so Jin-ju asks why the guy has been ignoring her “friend” ever since then.

Jung-won says that the guy is playing hard to get, prompting Jin-ju to bark, “Why would I play hard to get?” HAHA, whoops. Jin-ju swears it wasn’t her, adding that her “friend” has felt weird ever since then. Jung-won asks if she feels weird around Ho-bang, and Jin-ju nods sadly before remembering that the story isn’t supposed to be about her, hee.

Jung-won heads home to find Hae-chul waiting on the landing for Hae-sung. She invites him in and gives him a pretty dress she bought for Gong-ju. She notices that he seems upset, so Hae-chul tells her that Gong-ju’s mother wants to take Gong-ju from him.

Jung-won is shocked, but she counsels Hae-chul to hear Yoo-min out. Hae-chul says that he doesn’t want to see her, so Jung-won offers to meet with Yoo-min and ask her what she’s thinking.

As she walks Hae-chul out, Jung-won overhears Ho-bang on the phone confirming plans for a blind date. She runs inside to call Jin-ju, who tries to play it cool at the news that Ho-bang has a date, but she makes sure to get the time and place from Jung-won even while denying that she’s totally not going there.

Of course she does go there, and she finds Ho-bang talking comfortably with a beautiful woman. Jin-ju plunks herself down right next to them, shooting dirty looks at them both and ignoring their attempts to wave her away.

She’s so upset that she doesn’t notice Ho-bang’s cop sunbaes lurking around the restaurant — oh no, it’s not a date, it’s a sting! They’re targeting someone who appears to be a man in a lady’s wig, and when someone enters and joins the perp, Ho-bang tries even harder to ignore Jin-ju’s interruptions.

That just makes Jin-ju even angrier, and she grows louder, demanding Ho-bang’s attention. The distraction allows the two criminals to make a bag switch, so Ho-bang’s sunbae orders two cops posing as bartenders to drag her outside.

The criminals take advantage of the commotion to make a run for it, but luckily, Ho-bang sees them in time. He and his “date,” in reality another cop, catch them just outside and manage to cuff them. Ho-bang nearly gets in trouble for letting Jin-ju almost ruin their sting, so he tells her she’s guilty of obstruction of justice and orders her into a police car.

He sits with her, not buying her excuse that she showed up at the restaurant by coincidence. Ashamed, Jin-ju admits that she heard he was on a blind date, and Ho-bang utterly fails to hide his happy grin at her obvious jealousy. At the station, he twists Jin-ju’s arm behind her back and starts reading her rights, but she breaks and runs. Ho-bang watches her go, squealing at how cute she is.

Back at the apartment, Hae-sung sets up a recorder and sits to make a video. Later, Jung-won runs in with her hair a mass of wild curls from a disastrous perm, only to find him pointing the camera at her and laughing his butt off. She pouts and makes him promise to delete the video before dropping off some steamed buns she got for him.

Tae-hoon’s mother freaks out when she hears that Tae-hoon is dating Hae-sung’s sister. She gasps dramatically and shrieks at CEO Cha, who says that he told Tae-hoon to end things and warns her to let him handle it.

She doesn’t listen, and so the next day, she shows up at Young-in’s apartment just as Young-in and Soo-ji are leaving for the day. She asks how Young-in dares to date her son, and when Young-in says that they care for each other, Tae-hoon’s mother reminds her that her brother is a killer and tells her to have some shame.

Tears spring to Young-in’s eyes, but she says firmly that Hae-sung didn’t kill anyone. Tae-hoon’s mother tells her not to make her the bad guy, and Young-in retorts that she doesn’t want to be in a relationship with someone whose mother is so disrespectful to her brother. Scoffing, Tae-hoon’s mother says silkily that she hopes Young-in isn’t just saying that.

Having overheard their conversation, Soo-ji goes straight to Hae-sung at the gallery to tell him about it. She wails that Tae-hoon’s mother called Young-in the sister of a murderer, and Hae-sung vows to prove that he didn’t kill anyone. He apologizes, but he doesn’t have a ready answer when Soo-ji asks what he has to be sorry for.

Hae-sung walks her out, and they run into Tae-hoon on his way to see Hae-sung, having heard what happened. He apologizes to Hae-sung and tells him that he’s worried about Young-in, who didn’t come to work and who isn’t at home or answering her phone.

Tae-hoon says that his parents are against his relationship with Young-in, and that he hasn’t gone home for several days, so he didn’t know about his mother’s plans to confront Young-in. He promises that everything will be fine since they love each other, and seeing his sincerity, Hae-sung agrees to help look for Young-in.


 
EPISODE 32 RECAP

Young-in calls Tae-hoon as he’s leaving the gallery to ask him to meet with her. He apologizes for his mother’s out of line behavior, but Young-in just says that she wants to break up. Tae-hoon refuses to accept it, telling Young-in that he’s so happy with her and that he can’t live without her.

He says that he can’t let things end because of his mother. But Young-in responds that if his mother can’t accept her because of Hae-sung, then she can’t be with him anymore. Stunned, but knowing that she’s right, Tae-hoon lets her go.

When Young-in arrives home later, she finds Hae-sung pacing nervously outside her door. He’s relieved to see that she’s okay and she invites him in for dinner. She seems fine, but suddenly, in the middle of cooking, she stops and begins to cry.

At a loss, Hae-sung leaves, and Young-in sinks to the floor and cries her heart out. Outside, Hae-sung fights his own tears at seeing his sister so heartbroken.

The next day, Hae-chul calls Jung-won to ask if she’ll meet with Gong-ju’s mother, Yoo-min, today. On her way there, Jung-won sees Yoo-min’s lawyer stepping out of a taxi, and she recognizes him. She calls out to him by name: Park Dong-seok, the boy in the cast who may have been the last person to see Kyung-chul alive.

He remembers her and smiles widely, and she tells him that they’ve been looking for him, to ask him about the night that Kyung-chul died. He remembers that night, telling Jung-won that Kyung-chul had said that he was going to meet up with Tae-hoon, so he’d gone with him.

Before Jung-won gets a chance to ask any more questions, Dong-seok gets an urgent phone call and quickly hails another taxi. Jung-won asks for his business card so she can reach him again, but he’s already gone.

As he rides away, Dong-seok calls Yoo-min to say that he can’t meet today as planned. He advises not to meet with Hae-chul alone, so she hangs up and tells Hae-chul that she’ll call him to reschedule.

Jung-won also leaves as soon as she hears that Yoo-min left, and she rushes back to the gallery to tell Hae-sung that she ran into Park Dong-seok. She says that he was surprisingly forthcoming about being with Kyung-chul that night, and that he said Kyung-chul was there to see Tae-hoon, finding it strange that Tae-hoon knows they’re trying to find the truth and never mentioned it.

His worst suspicions confirmed, Hae-sung calls Tae-hoon to meet him at the riverside. When Tae-hoon arrives, Hae-sung asks him, “Tae-hoon-ah, why did you do it? On the night of the murder, you met with Yang Kyung-chul. What happened?”

Tae-hoon goes pale and stammers nervously, so Hae-sung grabs him by the lapels and screams in his face, “How could you do this to me? How!? How could you date Young-in, hang out with our friends, and be nice to my siblings after what you did?”

Haltingly, Tae-hoon confesses that it’s true: He killed Kyung-chul. Hae-sung blanches and steps away as Tae-hoon explains that he’d been upset after seeing Hae-sung’s fight with Kyung-chul, so at lunch he’d told Kyung-chul to stop picking fights with Hae-sung and to stop bullying Young-joon.

He says that Kyung-chul called him after school and told him to come to the art classroom. When he did, Kyung-chul had started hitting Tae-hoon, so he’d shoved Kyung-chul as hard as he could and run away. He’d gone back a while later, but Kyung-chul was dead.

Tae-hoon confesses that he’d called his father out of fear, then he’d run home. The next day the police had announced that Hae-sung was the murderer, and Tae-hoon says that he knows that he should have come clean then.

We see in flashback that Tae-hoon had told his father that he planned to turn himself in and clear Hae-sung’s name. CEO Cha had slapped him hard and said that if he did that, his life would be over. He’d told Tae-hoon that turning himself in wouldn’t change anything or bring Hae-sung back to life, begging Tae-hoon to keep silent for his sake.

Crying now, Tae-hon starts to apologize over and over, saying that he’s felt guilty and sorry for the last twelve years. He tells Hae-sung that he wasn’t scared when he came back, that he was genuinely happy to see him again because he thought this could be his chance to pay Hae-sung back by treating him well.

He admits that he should have confessed and begged forgiveness, which he does now. He sinks to his knees, sobbing at Hae-sung’s feet, wracked with guilt. Hae-sung can’t even speak through his anger, and he walks away, leaving Tae-hoon alone.

Jung-won and Hae-chul wait for Yoo-min at their rescheduled meeting time, and Jung-won tells Hae-chul to hear Yoo-min out before saying anything. She reminds him that the lawyer will be here, so she tells him to just think about Gong-ju and not to get emotional, no matter what Yoo-min says.

As they head for the meeting, Yoo-min thanks Dong-seok for advising her to take legal action, which she hadn’t even considered. He says that he thinks all the time about taking Gong-ju to the U.S. to live with them, promising Yoo-min to make it happen no matter what. Wait, are they dating?

When they arrive at the restaurant, Yoo-min points out Hae-chul, but Dong-seok looks nervous when he sees Jung-won sitting with him. He hastily makes up an important meeting that he supposedly forgot about, and runs off.

Yoo-min goes to talk to Hae-chul anyway, and Jung-won introduces herself as Hae-chul’s friend. From a short distance away, Dong-seok watches Jung-won, his face taking on a frightening expression.

Grandmother finds Hae-sung brooding over Tae-hoon’s confession, trying to reconcile the friend he loves with the man who lied and let him be named a murderer. She reminds him that he doesn’t have much time left, asking when he plans to tell everyone.

Hae-sung says that he doesn’t think he’s able to do it, and neither of them sees Min-joon standing nearby with a tray of drinks. He hears Grandmother asking if Hae-sung plans to leave them without a word like he did when he died, and Hae-sung’s fear that once he tells them, they’ll only suffer until the moment he disappears.

Stunned, Min-joon goes back inside as Grandmother says gently that the pain of saying goodbye isn’t as bad as the pain of not being allowed to say goodbye. She tells Hae-sung to think about it carefully.

Min-joon paces the kitchen, the knowledge that Hae-sung isn’t long for this world weighing heavy on his shoulders. He calls Hae-sung to his office and tells him that he overheard that he’ll be leaving soon. Hae-sung asks him not to tell anyone for now, saying that he doesn’t even know when it will be, and Min-joon agrees to forget what he knows.

An excited Ho-bang calls Jung-won to the station, where he shows her the CCTV footage of her run-in with Dong-seok. He zooms in on the taxi that Dong-seok flagged, telling Jung-won proudly that they’re already looking into where the taxi dropped Dong-seok off and the name on his credit card.

At home, Hae-sung plugs in the video camera and reviews the recording he made a few days ago. It’s a video for Jung-won to watch after he’s gone, and he says that coming back and seeing her again gave him a lot of joy and happiness. As he watches himself say goodbye to the person he loves most in the world, Hae-sung breaks down crying.

 
COMMENTS

I can’t believe it was Tae-hoon all along… I suspected he knew what happened, but I never expected that everything happened because of him. Kyung-chul’s death, Hae-sung’s accident, Hae-sung’s family falling apart — it was all because Tae-hoon confronted Kyung-chul. I don’t think Tae-hoon is guilty of murder, obviously, and of course he’s a good person. He was just a kid who never intended any of it to happen, and I believe that he’s been haunted by the truth all these years. But because he got in over his head with a bully, and because he responded to the bully’s taunting, two boys died and their lives were destroyed, while Tae-hoon got off scot-free and went on to live a charmed life.

But I don’t think we know the whole story yet, because Dong-seok is definitely hiding something. It’s very strange that he’s popping up now, just coincidentally dating the mother of Hae-sung’s niece and influencing her to sue for custody when it wasn’t even on her mind. It almost seems like he’s trying to hurt Hae-sung’s family by taking away someone they love, and I can’t help but wonder if he’s on some sort of revenge path for Kyung-chul’s death. I don’t think Dong-seok planned to ever be found out, because his reaction to seeing Jung-won was to avoid her and hide, which is definitely fishy. I don’t think he’s the mild-mannered lawyer he pretends to be, and I believe that he’s probably the one person who knows the full truth of what happened that night twelve years ago.

On a different note, as everyone seems to be running around getting things done, I feel like Jung-won is sort of just stagnating as a character. Although she’s pursuing her own dreams now — sort of — she’s not really changing much as a person as a result of having Hae-sung back in her life. Toward the beginning of the drama, I felt like the difference in energy between Jung-won as a teenager and as an adult (and her seeming lack of maturity for her age in the present day) made sense, because of course she was deeply affected and stunted by Hae-sung’s untimely death. But I expected to see her blossom and change back into her old spunky, snarky self, at least a little bit, especially with having her first love back in her life.

But emotionally, she still feels very one-note to me, which makes me uninterested in her beyond how much Hae-sung cares for her. It’s very possible that this is also a result of the fact that to me, Yeo Jin-gu had a lot more chemistry with Jung Chae-yeon (who played Jung-won as a teen) than he does with Lee Yeon-hee — I just loved their scenes together, and Hae-sung’s interactions with adult Jung-won don’t have that same sparkle. I would love to see Yeo Jin-gu and Jung Chae-yeon play opposite each other in another drama some day, as leads for the entire show.

Surprisingly, I feel that the people who have experienced the most growth since having Hae-sung back are Hae-chul and Young-in. Hae-chul has gone from a floundering wastrel loan shark, to a man who wants nothing more than to be a good father to his daughter to the point that he’s turned his whole life around. And Young-in, who used to cower and shrink away from anyone who even looked at her sternly, now has the guts to stand firm and tell the man she loves that she’s not willing to be treated badly by his mother for the rest of her life, even if it means losing him. They’ve both become such impressively strong people, and that kind of character growth is what I was hoping to see from this drama from the very beginning.

Lastly, I feel so bad for poor Min-joon — he was the last to know about Hae-sung being back from the dead, and now he’s the first to know that Hae-sung will be leaving again. What a terrible burden, to be unable to tell the person you care about because you know it would devastate them. Or worse, to choose to tell them, and be the one who devastates them all over again.

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My Tae Hoon x Young In ship is sinking, and they're one of the reasons why I still stick with this drama. I don't know, I feel just feel disappointed and betrayed now that I know Tae Hoon's the one who accidentally killed Kyung Chul. I'm still hoping that it's another red herring and the real killer is Park Dong Seok because he seems suspicious. Plus, Tae Hoon also said that he just pushed Kyung Chul and ran, so we don't really know if he's the one who caused Kyung Chul's death.

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I agree, it seems weird that the lawyer didn't have anything to do with it. If Tae hoon is telling the truth, he just showed the guy and ran. However, we know that the statue that hurt/killed Kyung-Chul had finger prints of two people. Why didn't Tae-hoon mention that? But why would the lawyer kill him? Hmm...

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There's no way that he's the real killer but either way, the fact that he believed he was the killer and was essentially responsible for so much suffering in Young-in's life by allowing her family to be vilified...ship has definitely sunk :(

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I don't think tae Hoon is the real killer still. Maybe he shoved kyung Chul and ran, but Kyung Chul was more like hit by the statue..? It can be the lawyer guy,

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I bet you're right. I'm convinced that Taehoon was just the bumbling dude who was too coward to confront the truth. Someone else killed Kyungchul to shut him up.

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Poor Tae-hoon and Young-in!? While I believe he's not the real killer (another red herring, for sure) the guilt that's been eating at him for 12 years is definitely not easy. In his own little way, he tried to look after Hae-sung's siblings even volunteering to invest in a business for Hae-chul.

The lawyer guy sure looks shady. While he was nonchalant about telling Jung-won they were meeting Tae-hoon that fateful night at school, he did a complete 180 when he saw her again with Hae-chul. Could be he the one who finished Kyung-chul? Or did he witness who did it? Is that why he left the country immediately??

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I liked Jung-won at the beginning of the series, before the love triangle was resolved, because of the questions market around age and maturity. Even if Jung-won "never changed" after twelve years, that is still over a decade of experriences to shape her. So while I understood that she and Hae-sung might want to continue lingering feelings, it also made sense that she would prefer a grown-up man with the same amount of experiences (albeid different) and who wouldn't suddenly disappear. But then they kept playing Hae-sung as so mature for his age that the age difference basically disappeared, and then the triangle was resolved, and so Jung-won's role in the drama kind of faded. Maybe if she had something to do with the murder other than accidentally telling Hae-sung to go to school, it could work, but now she is almost accidental. I feared she would become like Gong-shim from "The Beautiful Gong-shim" where the female lead practically became an afterthought to the men's family drama, and I think that has happened here.

Maybe the drama would have been better with another direction? What I love the most about the drama is the famliy and friends and how they develop. Perhaps it would have been interesting if the focus had been on Hae-sung's family all along, with Jung-won as a subplot. Then, as not a primary female lead, she could be more allowed to be mature or bitter, or have just managed to move on after years of depression and therapy, and help make Hae-sung realize that those years truly changed the people around him and that he cannot expect them to stay the same. (I'm sorry I keep mentioning the years difference, but it just bugs me how they don't really do anything with it just because he was mature for his age and she "never changed".) The main focus would be the family and trying to get their lives together again, and that would include finding the real murderer. Because Jung-won had such a big role at the start of the series when the triangle was still in place, that it feels too bad to have her gone now.

Or heck, they could take away Hae-sung's resurrection plot entirely, and have Jung-won be the lead that wants to figure out her boyfriend's death once and for all, and how she tries to help his family because of her constant guilt. We would lose the treasure that is Hae-sung, but still.

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I dropped the show when I got to know that there's no more possibility of hae sung and jung won happening. This show has been a disappointment for me, honestly. After circle, I was so excited to see ye jin goo on screen again, and can't say this was a good experience for me.

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With the failed perm, I definitely got the Gong-shim vibe from JongWon again. The writer has a weird fetish to play with the lead actress' hair randomly for no apparent reason, not even comic relief.

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Wait, are the writers the same for both dramas? That would explain SO MUCH. I feel they would do a great job at family or mystery drama, but they seem to think that romance should be on the front first, then left in the background as the actual story takes focus. That was annoying with Gong-shim since she was the title character and all, but with Reunited Worlds they spent so much time on the love triangle that it feels somewhat empty now that it's all resolved. :/

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Ya, same writer, also wrote Sensory Couple. She/he seems to always shift between absolute romance and absolute crime solving, but unable to balance the 2 throughout the drama. And female lead is not very well developed in all works -- casting untalented actresses is also part of the problem.

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I'm pretty sure Tae Hoon is a red herring. There's only the showing of TH shoving Kyung Chul, not the actual "murder". Pretty sure shifty lawyer has something to do with Kyung Chul's death.

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Always wait for the flashbacks.

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What a tearful week. First the "bed scene" from last night, then YoungIn's breakup, then TaeHoon admits murder.... my eyes can't take this abuse ?.

I'm thinking TaeHoon only pushed but didn't kill the bully, but still he had all the chances to come clean. He was young and immature at the time, I'll give him wussy rights. But he had no excuse for not telling HaeSung the truth after he returned. And to act like nothing happened for months... unforgivable!

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JungWon really isn't doing much now for herself. The character is just too comfortable with what she has at the moment to have any drastic change. Hopefully the revelation of HaeSung's disappearance will wake her up -- and wake up the audience. She's not pointless though. I have a feeling HaeSung will just bury the truth again, like when he thought YoungJoon killed the bully. After all, TaeHoon did confront the bully for him and his brother, his sympathy for TaeHoon will soon overcome his rage. Then maybe, maybe our clueless but persistent heroine can uncover the sketchy lawyer's role in the murder? (Too optimistic, I know)

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You are right! "Dong-seok is definitely hiding something"... and i bet he is the real killer!

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This is why I could never fully jump aboard the Taehoon-Youngin ship, there's just something shifty with Taehoon when he interacted with Haesung and Youngjoon in the earlier episodes. Just how could he even think of dating Youngin when he believes himself to be responsible of the murder from 12 years ago? But it also kinda makes sense that he started dating her when Haesung appeared once again as that has taken off part of his guilt. But still..? He still has a hand in having Haesung being branded a murdered and thus causing further pain to his family.

Haesung's crying scene at the end though. It's what finally made me cry in this drama. Just to see him excitedly checking out the video he made, then the smile wiping off his face and finally giving in to tears. It's just too sad. Jingoo is just so good at delivering his crying scenes. It gets to me all the freaking time.

I really love the brotherhood he developed with Minjoon. Like Haesung's highest motivation for staying in this world is Jungwon, but I have enjoyed his relationship far more with Minjoon and even the grandma.

And that scene where both Youngin and Haesung broke down separately. It was just so sad.

Anyway, I wonder when is the writer gonna address the issue of why Youngjoon is so mad at Haesung. Is he gonna leave it hanging as implied that they probably came from different families? I thought it would be explained sooner.. I feel like there are better issues that the writer could have addressed sooner and explored more than the filler plots he put in.

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Yes that last crying scene made me cry too. He is so talented at portraying serious emotions. But i think this drama or the director wasn't fully able to utilize his talent like they should have been. But Jin Goo was good as always doing his best

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I totally agree. The writing and direction of this drama is totally a huge factor of what's wrong in this drama. Everything is just done in a rush without consideration so the quality is suffering so much. Jingoo is doing a great job, but this drama is just not doing enough to show his full potential.

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I am enjoying HaeSung and adult Jung Won. Fully know this is writer's fault who cant to anything with age gap and cant dare to show more romance becoz of audience who dont approve couple with big age gap. If it was true life, they would have started a life together even if he leaves anyday.

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I like HaeSung with young JungWon, but I also like HaeSung with adult JungWon, separately and differently. As far as I can see, the sparkles of the younger pair came only visually. They look better on screen naturally because of age proximity. But as the drama continues I'm totally ok with older JungWon as well. I feel the chemistry getting stronger and stronger, and not just romantically. It's mostly the writer's conservative manner that annoys me. Especially when I see behind the scenes they seem to joke and laugh a lot like equal age, but the cuts that gets aired is just emotionless dialogue delivery (for the actress). Even the kiss scenes are awkward because of directing. The popcorn dream had my heart pumping so I know it's not the actors' fault. They were already dating when he gave her the back hug and shut up kiss, so why make her seem so uninterested? And then they just dropped the romance totally and make them seem like an old couple who can sleep together and just talk. I guess this teenage boy's urges died in the car accident *face palm*.

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Oh gosh IKR! They look so cute in all their behind the scenes then when you watch the actual drama, Jungwon just doesn't seem to be that into Haesung at all. They don't even feel like a couple at all. When the grandma even made Haesung to come with her to the business trip she was even calling it a punishment. And I totally agree about the emotionless dialogue delivery for LYH. I wish there would be more scenes that would actually sell them out as a couple... like with proper lines and directing I'm sure could totally be pulled off.

Although I felt more chemistry with younger version of Jungwon not just because the actress is same-age as Jingoo, but that the younger Jungwon showed how much she really liked Haesung. The way she kept dropping hints for him and all. The writing, directing and acting of present Jungwon doesn't seem to like Haesung that much anymore tbh.

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The adult JungWon showed a lot of affection towards HaeSung too in the beginning. Before they dated she was lusty and bashful and all. Oddly, after they started dating the script just stopped making things romantic. It's almost like a guy/gal not calling once they get laid -- but here they will never get laid?

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IKR! At first she was all for making her popcorn dream coming true, then when they finally get together, all of a sudden it's like all the interest vanished. It's always Haesung initiating this and that, and even the stuff he initiates isn't that much. I'm not even looking for scenes where they have to kiss, but just simple skinship or even simple gazes that would show they are actually a couple. Most of the time, they're just sitting or standing there talking without a single hint of romance.

Even a simple scene like this from Potato Star is far more heart fluttering... just what on earth is the director doing? Like it's one thing with the writer messing up everything, but the director couldn't pretend to be bothered at all. O_O

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yK1vCi8koXg

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Yeah Potato star! Loved their chemistry! Even though Jin Goo was literary a child when acting in it!

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@weaselking from the looks of today's trailer, the writer/director finally heard our plea, maybe XD

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From the start I saw chairmain cha I knew that the hoon in the culprit but but thinking that he unintentionally did it, its just an accident, so far the sequels goes on my guest and someone will appear as a try culprit and that's the Attorney, because chuel is such a bully, I think Atty has connection on his death inside the classroom, take hoon leaves him breathing but return and found him dead.. That's the hoon statement and I believe him because he such a good person in nature

This is also the answer why he really wanted to help hae-sung siblings, out of guilt but also I think because he is naturally good person towards his friends.

I think the end of it will redeem his guilt for 12 years because the real culprit is the Atty, tae hoon just assumed that his the one who did it because of the sequence of event from pushing cheul and when he back to check on him.

I believe once the murder is solve and hae-sung forgive chairmain cha, forgive tae-hoon and finally chef and tae-hoon will be reunited as siblings in replacement of haesung in his life,.

I believed it is going to be a sad-happy ending because as ajuma said his husbnd disappear when he fulfilled his reason why he came back from his death.

I cried on this episode a lot that I felt tae-hoon sincerity how he ended up accidentally 'killed' kyul chul because he also wanted to protect haesunh from him

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So disappointed with Young-joon! I was hoping that after sensing the Chairman's true colors he would at least make the first move to reach out to his siblings. But no, he's all about self-preservation again. I don't think I can ever warm up to his character again, even if Soo-ji seems to think otherwise.

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I still don't get why Tae Hoon's dad told Hae Sung that Young Jun was the killer? I felt like crying at the end of ep 32 T_T and I want that One Piece fridge lol

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