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My Strange Hero: Episodes 13-14

Knock, knock–the cuteness is back, and not a moment too soon. With one misunderstanding cleared, our couple can breathe a sigh of relief and start moving forward. However, with these characters being student and teacher, what exactly does “moving forward” mean? They start to wonder if it’s even possible, especially considering all that they’ve gone through.

 
EPISODE 13 RECAP

Soo-jung tearfully asks Bok-soo if he was only nice to her when they were young because he pitied her. She admits to hearing what he yelled on the roof, and it dawns on him that she misunderstood the situation.

Afraid his silence means confirmation, she stands to leave. But he calls her back and explains that he acted the way he did because he liked her. As she lets that sink in, she slowly turns to face him with a sad smile.

She tells him that she liked school because with her uniform on, no one knew that she didn’t have parents or that she and her grandma were poor. “And because you were there,” she adds.

She cries that school was like hell after he left. She’d trusted him, and that trust felt betrayed after she overheard him on the roof–she’d been living in pain ever since. But now that she knows the truth, she sincerely apologizes for asking so late.

The night air grows cold with the falling snow, so the couple relocate to a quiet cafe. Soo-jung wishes she’d had the courage to ask him about all of this earlier, and Bok-soo wonders why she needed courage in the first place.

She says that she feared he actually pitied her. Several students were nice after discovering her secret, but she could tell that it was just to be nice. She couldn’t bear it if that was the case with him, especially since she liked him.

Bok-soo sighs, wishing she’d just yelled at him rather than leave the misunderstanding hanging for all these years. Still, he wants to apologize too for unknowingly hurting her. He suggests that they let go of the past and pretend that right now, as teacher and student, is their beginning.

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If you have to be a fool, at least be a happy one

 

That morning, Bok-soo wakes and tumbles out of bed with the biggest smile. He giggles his way through breakfast, his family looking at him like he’s crazy, and sighs his way through his morning volunteer work at school.

Teacher Park interrupts to welcome him back, when Vice Principal Song passes by and also sees that the troublemaker has returned. Appalled, Song asks why Bok-soo is here; if he was gone from school, he should stay gone. But Bok-soo firmly states that he’ll be coming to school until he graduates.

As Soo-jung is taking attendance, Bok-soo bursts into class and announces his arrival with gusto. He takes his seat and makes googly eyes at Soo-jung until she can’t take it anymore and has to leave. Too. Cute.

Once she’s gone, the students express how glad they are that Bok-soo is back for good. Seung-won even tosses his favorite snack Bok-soo’s way, saying he doesn’t want it, and walks out. Bok-soo smiles at the gesture.

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How to escape Bok-soo’s killer smile?

 

Soo-jung reports to Se-ho about her counseling sessions, and Se-ho notes that the only way he can make her smile is by taking care of her students. Her smile fades as she remembers the young Se-ho accusing Bok-soo of blabbing.

She then remembers Bok-soo’s confession last night. But when Se-ho asks if she has anything else to say, she just excuses herself.

Meanwhile, the vice principal tells Teacher Park to keep tabs on Bok-soo since he already hangs around him so much. Park asks Teacher Ma to help him out, but when the flirty Teacher Jang volunteers as well, Ma feigns a stomachache.

Bok-soo finds Soo-jung happily munching on her lunch and beams. He later follows her in the hall, jumping inside the classroom to gaze at her through the windows. She catches his eye but quickly turns away, shy.

And then Bok-soo bumps his head against the door, HAHA. But he easily laughs it off and goes after her.

They sit down in Soo-jung’s counseling office, where Bok-soo presents her with her favorite yogurt drink. He smiles widely at her, making her heart pound. “What are you doing, Kang Bok-soo?” she thinks. “Don’t smile like that. You’re making my heart flutter!”

Then she remembers that she’s Bok-soo’s teacher, and she bolts up. She tells him to treat her like a teacher, and that they can’t act like the friends that they were nine years ago. She tries to walk out, but he grabs her arm (not helping her heart, dude) and urges her to take the yogurt before leaving.

Soo-jung returns to the main office and stares at the yogurt drinks. She thinks back to nine years ago, when she’d been grading Bok-soo’s homework and he brought her the same drinks. He’d leaned in, saying he was offering his pretty face as well, making her laugh. Soo-jung smiles at the memory, touched that he remembered it too. But she gasps when another teacher grabs the yogurt and drinks it herself.

At the Your Favors office, Min-ji excitedly tells Gyung-hyun that to celebrate Bok-soo dropping out, she paraded around school with advertisements. Bok-soo then walks in, and his friends are shocked to see him in his uniform again. As Min-ji runs out to get rid of the ads, Bok-soo sinks into a chair and catches Gyung-hyun up on what happened with Soo-jung.

Gyung-hyun still thinks that Soo-jung overreacted, but Bok-soo reminds him, “We were young back then.” Now that he knows what Soo-jung has gone through, he thinks she must’ve been really lonely. Gyung-hyun asks if she’s aware that Se-ho was the one who spread the rumors, and Bok-soo shakes his head. He thinks it’ll just make her feel worse, so he wants to protect her for a while longer.

That night, Soo-jung is confused to have a delivery come to her house–even more so when she goes out and sees that it’s Bok-soo with several dishes from his family restaurant. She tells him that he shouldn’t do this, but he just tells her to enjoy, calling her “Teacher,” and scurries off. She mutters that this is a bad idea, but she grabs the food anyway, unable to resist. From behind a corner, Bok-soo watches with a smile.

EPISODE 14 RECAP

On the way to school, Bok-soo watches Soo-jung head inside. Teacher Park approaches him and catches him in the act, suddenly suspicious. And later, when Park catches Soo-jung staring at Bok-soo, his suspicions are confirmed. He smiles mischievously and asks if she has any plans this weekend. God, I love this man.

During homeroom, Soo-jung announces to the class that a special visitor will come and discuss career choices (which they’re not too hyped about). Se-ho then waltzes in, to Soo-jung’s surprise and Bok-soo’s annoyance, and says who better to discuss careers than the school’s own director.

He lays out all of his achievements to the class, only to conclude that they shouldn’t live as he did. The students are confused, so he explains that those without a clear career path in mind shouldn’t have to force themselves into studying. He ends his speech there, but Bok-soo stands to voice his own opinion.

“So, basically,” Bok-soo says, “you’re saying those who are bad at studying have no reason to come to school?” Se-ho argues that he’s merely suggesting they focus more on finding their dreams, and Bok-soo points out that there are many students who don’t necessarily have certain skills, hobbies or dreams.

Se-ho firmly states that they better hurry and find their dreams before reality hits, and again, Bok-soo disagrees–he thinks that high school is like a protective barrier to these students and that it’s a bit much for Se-ho to be pushing these thoughts on them. Before the argument gets too heated, Soo-jung thanks Se-ho for coming and sends him on his way. She then gives Bok-soo a small smile, which he returns.

After school, Soo-jung tells Se-ho that his ideas on counseling may discourage her students. He agrees to put his plans on hold, but he’d like to continue their talk over a samgyupsal dinner.

With it being his first time ever grilling meat, Se-ho has to let Soo-jung take over. He comments that he always seems incompetent around her when he’s actually skilled in many things. At that, Soo-jung sighs.

She changes the subject, saying she knows that Bok-soo didn’t spread the rumors or push him off the roof. Flustered, Se-ho stands by his lie that Bok-soo did push him. He asks that she trust him and not Bok-soo.

Soo-jung searches his eyes but gets nothing. “You and Bok-soo were friends,” she reminds him. She brings up what he said before, about wanting to forget the past, and says that she can’t do that–not until she knows the whole truth. She then gets up and leaves, with Se-ho looking genuinely hurt.

Bok-soo’s sister So-jung makes a delivery to Chae-min’s house, and overhears all the honors class moms discussing their kids. She happily introduces herself as a fellow honors class mom, but later, when Chae-min’s mom asks her son about In-ho, she learns that In-ho is actually in the Wildflower Class.

The next day, Teacher Park stops by the Your Favors office and tells Gyung-hyun that he has a job for Bok-soo. We then cut to Bok-soo at the Chungju station, there to do some field work in Park’s place (while Park is actually playing hooky at the Kang restaurant).

And it turns out that the teacher joining Bok-soo is, of course, Soo-jung. They’re surprised to see each other, but Bok-soo smirks, realizing Park’s intentions. He suggests that he and Soo-jung go ahead and tour the area for their report.

Soo-jung asks how Bok-soo started his business, quietly wondering if it was because of his “girlfriend.” He scoffs and reassures her that he isn’t dating Min-ji. He also explains that he started Your Favors after he’d helped someone on a whim and they were grateful enough to pay him. She smiles that the job suits him.

At the office, Gyung-hyun and Min-ji video call Bok-soo and freak out to see Soo-jung in the background. Min-ji immediately heads for the car, and Gyung-hyun warns her not to let personal feelings interfere with business. But when Min-ji reminds him that Bok-soo’s being back in school has already messed with their sales, he caves.

Bok-soo and Soo-jung take photos of the sights and seeing several couples ride by on bikes, they figure they might as well have some fun too. As they ride side by side, Soo-jung falls into a memory–Bok-soo had been shocked to learn that she never learned how to ride a bike, so he took her out on a tandem bicycle and showed her a great time.

While the two are taking a break, Bok-soo stares at Soo-jung’s smiling face, and it’s like he’s falling in love all over again. However, this moment is shattered when Bok-soo sees his friends coming towards them on a bike. Gyung-hyun and Min-ji insist on tagging along, completely ignoring Bok-soo’s irritated glances. The four then go into a museum, and Min-ji gets Soo-jung alone.

Min-ji asks Soo-jung if she still likes Bok-soo, catching her off guard. When Soo-jung doesn’t answer, Min-ji tells her that not saying anything is pretty much like lying. So Min-ji warns her to take responsibility for Bok-soo’s heart and to make her own feelings clear.

Night falls, and the four start making their way back. But at the last minute, Bok-soo gives Gyung-hyun a look, and his friend knowingly guides Min-ji away. Bok-soo grabs Soo-jung’s hand, and the two run off in the opposite direction, laughing.

Once they’re out of sight, Soo-jung points out that he can let go of her hand, and he reluctantly does. He then takes her to a part of the city with beautiful lights all around them, and he reminds her of the night he’d shown her his grades, when they saw an equally beautiful view.

She says that she never went back to that spot, and she’s surprised to learn that Bok-soo did. In fact, for the past nine years, he’d go there often whenever he felt frustrated or whenever he thought of her.

“You don’t hate me?” she asks, looking at him sadly. He’d helped her discover her dream, and in return, she’d only messed up his life. He turns to her and says that she can make his dream come true right here and now.

“Did you forget my dream?” he smiles shyly. “To become Sohn Soo-jung’s boyfriend.” Still, she rambles that she feels terrible, and that someone had told her that staying silent was the same as lying.

Bok-soo stops her by pulling her into a tight hug. Caressing her hair, he assures her that he’s really okay now–because she’s finally by his side. He’d tried so hard to forget her all these years, but he’s thankful that he never could.

Soo-jung laughs through her tears and calls him an idiot, making him laugh too. He then pulls away, looking in her eyes and smoothing her hair back. And then he slowly leans in to kiss her.

She wraps her arms around his neck and goes in for a much deeper kiss, the lights behind them shining brightly all the while.

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My dream is still to be Soo-jung’s boyfriend

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COMMENTS

Oh. Wow. Words. Cannot. Make. *clears throat* Um, what happened in this episode again?

Let’s start at the beginning and work from there. I didn’t think anything could top the cuteness from Episode 1, but boy, did the show prove me wrong. It was like the opening conversation opened a window that had been stuck for nine years, allowing our characters to breathe. And it was great to see Bok-soo and Soo-jung just be happy–so much so that they could barely contain it for more than five seconds. But it was also great to see a little hesitation on Soo-jung’s part.

Yes, Bok-soo is an adult, and yes, he and Soo-jung have a long history, but they’re still student and teacher. Last week, I was excited for the restart of their relationship, but I have to agree with Soo-jung in that it’s sure to cause a whole lot of trouble. What if Bok-soo gets kicked out again? What if Soo-jung gets fired? Or God forbid, what if Se-ho overreacts? We already know that the guy is unstable, and that his life practically revolves around his two former friends. And though I’m glad that Soo-jung finally set him straight, his reaction has me worried that he’s going to do something stupid and dangerous. Again.

If Se-ho isn’t careful, he could end up making things a lot worse for himself. He told the Wildflower Class that too much focus on their studies could be a bad thing, yet he’s doing the same thing with his social life. He’s so focused on pursuing Soo-jung and outshining Bok-soo that he’s forgetting what’s really important: acting as the school’s director. Whenever we see him performing his duties, he’s either changing his plans to appease Soo-jung or changing them to provoke Bok-soo. Now, I don’t know much about the ethics of education, but I do know that that isn’t professional. Perhaps Se-ho should figure out his own dream before lecturing others about theirs.

This episode was filled with cuteness to the brim, and it was such a treat, but it was all the more satisfying because it served a purpose in Soo-jung’s story arc. The student/teacher dynamics were a big concern, but what really bothered her was the guilt. In her mind, she doesn’t deserve to be forgiven so quickly, or forgiven at all, so every smile that Bok-soo throws her way only makes it worse. I thought that she’d let the guilt overpower her feelings for him, so I was relieved that she accepted his kiss (which again, kyaaaa). It’s just the beginning for these two, and they’re already showing signs of reassurance and security. I can’t wait to see what comes next.

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Lethal adorkability

I loved every minute of this super fun episode.

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*Bitter Killjoys for lyfe*

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No, really, I was rendered non-verbal at one point and I wouldn't be surprised if others were legally dead.

Turns out if you cast the world's best Kisser and Crier, it's because you want him to both kiss and cry. But he also drove a truckload of cute up to the door and dumped it all over us until we were neck deep in the cute and in danger of suffocating. From cute.

I feel like Death by Marshmallow never used to be A Thing.

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Death by Marshmallow kekekekekekeke I feel like I'm familiar with this concept but not in kdramas. Ahem.
But look I have to say I only had time to watch episode 13 tonight but I did think that if he smiled any more in those 26 minutes he would outshine the sun. I'm not really sure why SJ even bothered to resist. I also thought he should've just gone and kissed her on her doorstep when he bought her dinner then... just saying.
Anyhooo. Bed for me. Hope you are privy to a Resurrection tomorrow. That or I look forward to conversing with your Bitter Killjoy Ghost.

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My brain short circuited.

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Why is Bok-soo a fluff ball? I’m glad we got the brunt of the misunderstanding cleared between them but the show also handled Soo Jung’s hesitation and guilt realistically. I’m looking forward to their lovey dovey scenes now! Also that kiss, phew! This is how it’s done people, no fish eyes or dead lips here!

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For a moment I was worried Soo-jeong would do the classic Arms Hanging Limp Like I'm Not Sure I Want This Kiss but she didn't disappoint.

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I was so happy they made it legit and not cringe worthy

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I blame Yoo Seungho for my arrhythmia. That kiss! Omg. Was it in the drama's presscon that he said he'd ask the director to deliver another passionate kiss (like in INAR)? Wow, he really did. I thought I was watching a highschool drama. Hahaha not that I'm complaining.

Anyways, I also appreciate SJ's hesitation cause that only means she's seriously sorry. I would've hated her if she'd forgiven herself too quickly.
One thing I really love right now is the slow reveal of their past moments. In the beginning I thought this would be another case of superficial 'first love' based only on physical attraction or a few encounters but now I understand why Boksu can't get over Soojung all these years. They had quite some meaningful moments together.

I'm feeling nervous about In-ho's mom. There's trouble to come and it'll sure bring pain to our Kang family again.

Did anyone else notice Teacher Park's trembling hands while eating jajjangmyeon in front of BS's mom? Hahahaa I love him and his sneaky setups.

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^^The Mama Kang/Teacher Park ship is settin' sail!

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Finally!!! Haha loving every minute of this show!!! 😍
And Yoo Seung Hoo finally has instagram @dandyoo93!

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Thanks for the cute episode, Show. But I’m wary with how Se Ho might react to all of these. The guy needs some serious help though.

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HAH! Better go actually watch this episode before coming back here... woops. I am Be Hind

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How DARE HE be the sunshiniest prettiest most radiating brightest ray of happiness.

Also, this episode had everything I love. Self awareness. Communication. Confrontation. And loads of Cute.

How awesome is Boksoo for putting Seho in his place and protecting the students. How awesome is Soojeong for taking Minji's word the best way possible. How awesome is teacher Park for existing.

I have so many things to say but not enough words.

Show, I love you.

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Yes, Bok Su standing up for the Wildflower Class was one of my favourite scenes in this episode.

Se Ho REALLY needs help. I suspect Bok Su's statement about school being a temporary shield from real life hit home for him, knowing his own home environment Before Bok Su.

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Se Ho needs to see WK at the Hanuel Childrens Center - even if he is an adult - there is still a little boy in that body. She could help him out a lot. Then maybe Red Cry could take care of his abusive mom.
just sayin...

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Teacher Park was all of us when he set those two up together. Love him.

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Yup yup!

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Okay so I spoiled myself and watched the kiss before the rest of the episode UHM HOT DAYUM?????!!! AND THE LIGHTING? Also I was just talking about this on the fanwall, and despite the like 10 freaking cut scenes (lol wtf guys) HAND PLACEMENT ON POINT. GOD BLESS YOU BOTH. Good week for kisses all round I'd say.

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You guys might not believe this but I just discovered Yoo Seung ho. Seriously, I had no idea. I had only seen him in one drama. The really old one with Yoochun. (The name escapes me right now.) Didn't know anything about that grin for sure. I did a marathon of I'm Not A Robot. I didn't watch it while it aired. I didn't even like the character he played much but Yoo Seung ho is just precious. Jeez that grin. So I got caught up on this one. If only I liked Jo Boa as much. I think this is turning out to be one of her better dramas. Another thing. I think so far I like the dramas this guy chooses to do. That means a lot.

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Wow I am surprised. I probably watched him grow up hahaha. He was still a baby in Master of Study.
Anyways, the drama you're saying is I Miss You/Missing You. And he's not even the main guy in that one. He was the other guy. I didn't finish that cryfest of a drama. Hahaha.

You should definitely check out YSH's dramas. He is simply amazing. Check out his sageuks(historical) dramas too e.g. Ruler--Master of the Mask. He likes cats! He did Imaginary Cat even though it was just a short series (sort of drama special) just to increase awareness on cats and other domestic animals. You can't help but love him! 😊

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Yes, I looked up some of the others and I love sageuk anyway. They called him "Little So Ji sub". I fail to see it. He's a cutie all on his own. Ji sub spent 18 years in the business without ever hardly cracking a smile. Seung ho managed to make that miserable jerk in I'm Not a Robot appealing anyway. He's got a killer smile that's a fact.

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Haha, 18 years without cracking a smile :)) I used to like Ji Sub as well, especially as Park Chan Wung in Glass Shoes.

I cant think of any other one for Min Kyu rather than YSH, oh his warm smiles, cold glares and crying eyes. I really wonder if he was a robot instead that can deliver whatever emotion in exact manner and timing.

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Yeah, that's about right. That's about the last time he smiled. lol He is the melo king and even now when he's been doing more rom-com, he always plays the straight man.

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TJ, i second you because I discovered YSH like 1 week ago. There is a reason because I only watch rom com. After INAR, I’m all in for this powerful acting in both smiles and tears!!

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I had to look up the director - what I discovered was that the only other directorial credit he has is for Greasy Melo. What? I don't remember anything particularly special about how that was filmed.
That kiss scene was so interesting. A few people commented that it was pretty racy for SBS, but I genuinely think that the way the scene was shot used misdirection to make people think that. We didn't actually see a lot of that kiss - what we did see was all the little intimate details. Hands, mostly. Lots of hands.
What am I even saying anymore?
What is this show doing to me?
Why was there only one episode this week??

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Indeed! How they shot the hands made it look more... Idk sensual?! Idk it definitely added to the effectiveness of the scene. YouknowwhatImean

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You summed it up better than I could - that last shot, especially, where we couldn't see their faces was so sensual! 😳

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No I don't.. guess I'll have to watch it again... And again... and again...

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Hehe, I love how at the end, you end up confused at what you're saying. XD

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I live to entertain! πŸ˜‰

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So much cute. So much. I always liked that Bok-soo was so transparent, emotionally speaking. I should have known that this quality of his would give us the most sugary, fool-in-love, walking-on-sunshine marshmallow I've ever seen. Gah.

This episode also endeared Soo-jeong to me. She's deeply sorry for hurting him, and she showed a maturity in her conversations with Bok-soo that she hadn't before. Yes to character development.

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1. Bok Soo is the most adorable and forgiving person on the planet.
2. He is more forgiving than I am. He is a better human being.
3. Not sure if he can (or should) "protect" Soo Jung from the truth. She's already suspicious of Se Ho and outright asked him (I wish she had asked Bok Soo sooner instead of pushing him away and ignoring him for 9 years - lesson learnt I guess).
4. I cannot with all the cuteness and kissing. Death by Marshmallow is right @leetennant
5. Still hoping Bok Soo becomes the Student X of this show. The Chief Kim of the school. The Sunbae Superhero. The Leader of the Bulburger Bros. The Marshmallow Mister. The Kissing Bandit. I came for my strange hero, not just romance!

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Several things

That Kiss: Holy Shit😍😍, the pull in, the arms around the neck, *nods to self* well bloody done. Yoo Seung-ho has now joined the ranks of Ji Chang Wook, Gong Yoo, and as always Seo In Guk for knowing to look at a woman, *fans self* and knowing to kiss a woman. Hot damnπŸ˜„

Se-Ho was right about the students. I know in Korea it's much harder to get a job without a college degree, but college isn't for everyone and that's okay. Sometimes just finding what you are good at is more important than going to college and getting a degrees you may not use. Bok Soo for me was wrong in his defense, his heart was in the right place as always, but he was wrong on this one. He was right that not everyone has a dream, but that's why you take time to think about it. Se Hi genuinely wants to help in this case and not because of either Soo Jung or Bok Soo but because he wants to be different from his mom. So credit to him for that.

Min Ji wasn't as annoying this episode. So cheers.

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That’s an interesting perspective on Se Ho, which I hadn’t thought about. You’re right that college isn’t for everyone, and that Se Ho wants to do things better than his mom. I think he’s wrong though to give this lecture to only the Wildflower Class, as if it’s already decided that they are not good at studying and won’t go to college. That would hinder not motivate them to dream. For instance, we know the class bully gives wrong answers during tests on purpose- there is a family issue behind his poor performance; it’s not because he is unintelligent. I know it’s asking a lot of teachers, but the school should help him not toss him aside.

I think Se Ho should also give the lecture to the Ivy Class, who need to hear that studying isn’t everything.
All in all, there isn’t one approach and students are under a lot of pressure to decide their future in their final year. I’d like to see the show concentrate on this aspect more. Fingers crossed!

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I agree. He should def give that lecture to the Ivy class as well. In fact he should give it to the whole school.

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College isnt for everyone. But high school is. He should at least encourage the students to get their high school degree.

I may have misunderstood, but from what Se Ho said, it sounded like he was encouraging them to drop out. To just find a job since they cannot be taught.

But high schools should be a place where all students belong and get to learn about life. It should encourage all students, even those who have a hard time studying, to at least try learn something that may help them in the future, even if it is not academic.

Not all students have to have a dream yet because they are young. But they should still belong in school, and the school should support each and every one of them at least in finding something, or trying to find something they can do after they graduate, even if they dont have a dream.

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Oh I see. Maybe I read the subs wrong, ha, I saw it as him telling them not to go to college. I didn't think he was talking about high school, if it was high school you are correct, they should at least finish high school.

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He was saying there was no point to them being there and they should drop out. Basically all Seho's pretence at caring deeply for Wildflower Class and giving them extra resources is nonsense - he's trying got get rid of all of them.

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I also think he was smoothing the process for SJ. I remember a scene where he told Mr. Yoon to find out how other schools make students transfer. Yep, all for the school's reputation.

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That man can kiss!😊😍

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Finally the recap is here !! I was dying to write about this episode (ok let's be honest, about the kiss !!!). But now that I can... I don't know what to say anymore ^^'
I just love this show. Seriously. I laughed out loud when Bok-Soo hit the door while looking at Soo-Jung, when Teacher Park looked at SJ with a smirk while planning to play matchmaker (and actually stuffing his face at BK's family restaurant after)... And I just fanned myself during that whole ending scene. That I watched several times. I admit it ^^'

But apart from the cuteness (looooads of it !!), I think it's interesting how the education system subject is handled here, and how they raise questions about the discrimination by grades, pursuing your studies and finding a job. I agreed with Se Ho about the importance of focusing on what's important rather than plain studying, but I also agree with Bok Soo that going to high school is equally important to stay in a small bubble before facing the world. I'm looking forward to how they are going to treat that subject in the next episodes (and also mooooooore cute !!!!! ^^)

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I mean- I'm all for cuteness and reconciliation. but it just felt like it was resolved a bit too neatly. soo-jung honestly believed bok-soo pushed se-ho off the roof even while knowing his character? what motivation could bok-soo have for that. and bok-soo is honestly like an adorable puppy, but his re-acceptance of soo-jung felt a little too rushed as well. he wasn't allowed to finish schooling, causing turmoil not only to himself but to his family as well. her mistrust in him resulted in serious consequences. and aghhh, I want to be more mad but ok fine let the cuteness continue.

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She didnt believe it. She only told the police what she saw honestly while she was in shock. But she almost instantly regretted doing so because she knew he wouldnt have done it.

Boksoo's life being ruined isnt her fault since she told them she didnt see it, she only said what she heard. Which is very fair to do.

Boksoo knows this and is just happy to know that she didnt try to frame him and that she is willing to believe he didnt do it. Her opinion matters more to him than the world.

Its all Seho's fault for saying - insisting he pushed him while he clearly didn't.

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I think she didn't want to believe he did it. She only repeated what she saw and heard. She never accused him of anything. But when Seho woke up and said Boksoo pushed him - and when you add on her belief that Boksoo had been lying to her and gossiping about her behind her back - it's no surprise she decided she just wanted to move on from the whole situation. After all, could she even believe him if she did ask him?
I just don't see that she did anything wrong.
And it makes sense that, nine years later and being an adult and seeing Boksoo again, she would realise she made a mistake. And be better equipped to have that conversation than she was as a teenager.

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This episode is the cutest so far! If only real life romance was like this...
But eh..after nine years all he gets is an "I'm sorry"? He deserves more, say, a hot night maybe?

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This was a wonderfully adorable episode with lots of smiles to make me break out in a stupid grin. That kiss was also quite lovely although I have to admit the ost ruined it for me. Why do they always have to blare out a ballad in these moments *sigh*

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omg he's a little puppy so cute

- yoo seung ho giggling in bed
- when he parallel walked with jo boa in the hallway
- yakult scene
- THAT LAST SCENE

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This episode is sooooo adorable. I've watched the whole episode twice already but it still gets me every time. Specially that LAST SCENE. Oh. My. Gosh. That was everything. To be honest, I'm not really comfortable on watching deep kisses but that kiss, my eyes were glued on the screen. hahahah!

This episode is everything I can wish for. Damn, Yoo Seungho, those smiles... I just can't. However; it really worries me on what will happen next episode. As we all know, after every happy episode, there will be something bad that's bound to happen.

But since, it's not yet happening. I'll just drown myself with marshmallows and sun shines courtesy of Yoo Seungho

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