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Let Me Hear Your Song: Episodes 5-8 Open Thread

This drama might be all over the place, but that doesn’t mean it doesn’t have a solid plan. Piece by piece we get a better picture of what’s at stake for our heroine — all thanks to how our hero is manipulating her with his I-know-what-you-did-last-summer torment.

  
EPISODES 5-8 WEECAP

Our adorable heroine Yi-young winds up in the hospital after her jog up Namsan with Jang Yoon, and we learn a lot about her past in this week’s episodes. First, we hear the story from her sister-like cousin, HONG SOO-YOUNG (Lee Shi-won). Then, later, Yi-young herself tells Yoon about her tragic past: that her parents died in a car accident when she was five, after which she exhibited both aphasia and insomnia.

Interestingly (and perhaps importantly?) none of the memories of Yi-young’s past are really her own. She can’t remember any of it; rather, she’s just repeating what she has been told. Either way, it’s more than clear that the car accident/murder she was involved in last summer was an echo of what she experienced as a small child. It explains why her insomnia, nightmares, and dissociative amnesia have returned.

The most unsettling part of the story to me thus far is not the mystery around last summer, but the fact that everyone around Yi-young seems to know so much more about her than she does. From Soo-young, to Maestro Nam, to the frenemy violinist Ha Eun-joo — they all know more about what happened last summer than our heroine does.

And so does Jang Yoon, who is still completely two-faced. One second he’s charming and flirty around Yi-young and even bandages a cut on her foot — the next he’s setting off her subconscious by bringing her places (Namsan) or repeating lines (“Let’s ride the cable car tomorrow!”) that give her such psychic overload that she passes out.

Yi-young might think he’s a) stalking her, or b) romantically interested in her, but we learn that he’s really just sussing her out, at least for now. All his tests and tricks were to confirm the fact that she really doesn’t remember what happened last summer. He believes her, but can’t seem to stay away regardless.

He tells her things like, “I want to know more about you. Things that other people don’t,” and he might not mean it the way we think he does, but he’s got Yi-young swooning (and me too) to the point where, after they go on an evening walk, Yi-young asks if she can kiss him. Hah, I just love her.

He doesn’t have a problem obliging her, and wow it’s early in the show for a lead couple kiss scene, so I’m interested to learn where the drama will take them from here. Right now they are clearly attracted to each other, but their relationship is built solely on Yoon’s “investigation,” and not on any real closeness that they share (yet?). While I don’t like how he has wormed his way into her life, I don’t completely mistrust him, and I have a feeling he’ll realize her innocence before long (and hopefully wind up her biggest champion). Plus, he keeps playing my favorite Chopin Nocturne, so he can’t be all bad.

The memories that Yi-young has buried from last summer contain a death, and that death is confirmed to be Kim Ian, Yoon’s younger brother — also a Chopin-loving pianist. Though Yi-young’s memory is highly reactive every time she sees Kim Ian’s photo, she’s not able to place him yet. However, we learn he’s definitely the young man with the unique ring we keep seeing in flashbacks.

Mystery and wrongful death vibes are running high, even though Yoon says it was simply a car accident. We’re also led to believe Yi-young and Kim Ian were dating, which is why Yoon blames her for his death. “He was murdered by someone he loved,” Yoon tells her.

Just when it looks like we might have found some level ground with who’s who and what’s at stake, the drama chucks in some big reveals. You know, to give us horrible cliffhangers to hold onto all week. First, we have Eun-joo who, when not creating mayhem or defending true musicians, is on a mission to expose Yoon. Just who is Jang Yoon? Eun-joo insist his name is as false as his resume, but we don’t learn much more than that before the episode break.

Worse than that is the fact that Maestro Nam might be involved in last summer’s mysterious death as well. Thus far he’s been half mentor and half cheeky romantic interest to Yi-young. He might have fired her as the orchestra’s second percussionist after day one, but then he hires her as a personal assistant, takes her out to dinner, and is forever poking his head into doorways looking for her.

Needless to say, it was quite the shock when we get a juicy flashback of Kim Ian bleeding out in the road, and a tall nefarious figure in black standing over him. He pulls off his mask in the pouring rain, and yep, it’s Maestro Nam. Noooooo!

Cliffhangers and reveals aside, I can’t end without again mentioning the music in Let Me Hear Your Song. I loved what they did during the premiere week, and they’ve kept it up with a phenomenal use of classical pieces throughout the drama.

Satie during a fancy dinner, Khachaturian’s famous Sabre Dance when Yi-young chases a purse-stealing thief, and a gorgeous performance of Rimky-Korsakov as Maestro Nam leads the Shinyoung Orchestra in an outdoor practice. And even more than just incorporating great music, the drama makes room for the music. It gives us the space to listen and enjoy it — kind of like I’m doing with this entire drama so far.

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I'm creeper out by the romance. I love the drama. These two contradictory emotions drive how I feel about what I'm seeing on my screen haha.

The female lead did open the show with "I promise you, the story I'm about to tell is not a love story" - and perhaps the early, creepy kiss is a sign of just that.

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Creeped out*

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So, maybe she really is the murderer, and her acting all naive is just an act.

Don't mind me, I'm just throwing theories into the wind like confetti.

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I would LOVE for that to be the case. Give us a badass woman, show!

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Me too. Maybe she caused her parent's car accident too. Maybe that's why her family doesn't talk about it. Gosh, that would be great, wouldn't it?

Oh, no. Does that mean she might end up killing the pretty timpanist?

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@egads - i doubt it. She needs him to teach her the timpani; so he's got time yet. Hopefully he'll figure out her evil plan before the lessons are done and she needs to kill him so his spot in the orchestra is free.

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Lol. I thought maybe @egads and I should be concerned that we find the two creepy guys more compelling than creepy.

Now I'm much more concerned that greenfields would find a heroine who leads her prey out onto fields to slaughter them a badass.

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@bcampbell1662 @egads - 🤣 has all the years of watching drama messed with our heads?

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@greenfields @bcampbell1662 I'm not sure if it's dramas messing with my head, or dramas allowing the weirdness in my head to find a home.

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Okay, if we're going to "throw theories into the wind like confetti..." then here's another one: If Lee Ian was killed by someone he loved, maybe that loved person was Maestro Nam (since we see him in the rain beside Ian's body anyway). Maybe the relationships tangle that way as well and maybe the Maestro is also spending time with our lead lady to see what she remembers about that night, same as Yoon. I admit, this has more questions for me so far than it does answers.

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Ooops, I think that is Kim Ian, not Lee Ian (shameful Westerner I am) sorry about that.

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I think the drama is setting us up to suspect Maestro as a bad guy, but to be so revealing of this so early, makes me think no. He's obviously involved in the situation, and is being a creeper right now, but I don't believe he's the murderer. Unless he did it to protect someone because Kim Ian was not a good guy.

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I wondered about that since he was watching old videos of Kim Ian.

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Or maybe, Maestro Nam and Jang Yoon are in cahoots trying to get Yi Young to remember who killed Ian? That would explain why she suddenly got the job of her dreams (after messing up her audition) just to get fired one day later, just to get rehired as an assistant. That would also explain how Nam hired a new pianist seemingly out of nowhere and someone without the expected credential. Giving Yoon an excuse to spend time with his brother's supposed murderer and see if she remembers anything.

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If I thought a kdrama would go in that direction I would suspect Maestro to have been Kim Ian's love too.
Or maybe that actor just stares at everyone so intently.

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Wooo, an unreliable narrator story told by a femme fatale! What’s not to like?

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i doubt it but this would be awesome

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@greenfields "early, creepy kiss" LOL! It didn't creep me out, but I definitely wouldn't call it a romance at this point, either. In fact, I hardly know what to call it!

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Haha I only call it a romance because she's shown to have been charmed by him. Also because the show played romantic music - during what was a decidedly unromantic moment. XD He's pretty much a stalker at this point.

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I didnt find it creepy, though after reading all these comments I now wonder if I should have.

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But it’s not a romance, she said so herself! *rolls eyes at the drama, not at you.* But how messed up would falling in love with your brother’s murderer be? (Don’t look here, it’s just a normal Kdrama.)

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Viki has it labeled as a romance but not sure how precise their genre labels are.

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Yup - but the kiss was creepy. 1. he's a stalker; 2. she is supposedly his brother's ex-girlfriend; and his suspected killer lol.

I tried to rationalise the kiss by thinking that the show is misleading us - maybe she was actually dating Jang Yoon before Kim Ian died? That's why Yoon accepted her request for a kiss; and went for it with much "longing".

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And her cousin sister said Jang Yoon looks familiar... :)

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i disliked the kiss only because i don't want her heart broken again. she's already acting all giddy with her crush - texting him the next day about her activity while he ignores it :(

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I dont think it is too farfetched. I cant remember how we know that her and Ian were dating? Who told us?
Also, how is Jang Yoon able to repeat word for word sayings to trigger her memory? The cable car and the hand thing.

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She said right before it [the kiss] that she gets vulnerable when she talks about her past and tends to get "weak" aka rebound: this kiss was a rebound comfort thing.
Messed up and dysfunctional definitely, because she comes cross as slightly insane sometimes with no boundaries and no impulse control and he is Goodness Knows What Really (although we're being misdirected with him hard core imo), but (despite the romantic music) I think it's supposed to be a messed up kiss. Like I don't think we're supposed to be 100% onboard with this relationship, I don't think the show is telling us it's healthy either but we also can't look away, because wow trainwrecks are so pretty when they explode.

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I have these two/4 episodes to watch still. But I’m staying for the music, most certainly!

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After finishing episodes 5-6, I’m surprised to see an actor that I haven’t seen in a show for a couple years. Actually, has he been in anything since 2014? And how does he look exactly the same? I’m, of course, talking about Kim Shi-hoo, who plays Kim Ian, the ill-fated brother. I last saw him in Love Rain, and really liked him there as the best friend to Jang Geun-suk’s character. He has such a natural feel to his acting and a warm smile that really translates well on screen. I’ve been wondering what happened to him and just assumed he went into another career (like Won Bin). I’m really sad his character died now! I’m way more emotionally invested in this show now that he’s in it! Funny how a minor actor/character can do that.

Also, for @egads, while looking up where Kim Shi-hoo has been the last 5 years, I found out who our lovely-to-look-at timpanist is. His name is Yoo Gun, and he was apparently born in ARIZONA. He’s now a Koran citizen and did his two year military service and everything! Viki says he gave up his American citizenship to take his Korean one.

So, I was worried that Chopin’s Posthumous Nocturne in C# minor was going to be overplayed in this. But glad to see the maestro was only watching a video of Ian playing it this last episode. Please don’t overplay this song, show! Jaebal! I went back to my own piano and played it this week. As a teenager, it was this song and Beethoven’s Moonlight Sonata that brought me through crushed crushes and teenaged angst! It was the soundtrack to my life for a couple years! 😆

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Darn it! Kim Shi Hoo? Now I want to watch it just for him. Where has he been?

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Who knows? I’m wondering if he was sick or something. There’s really nothing about him written in the last 5 years and everything else is about his career.

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I agree about the kiss being creepy.
Other than that , I have no idea who is the real murderer anymore -- or maybe there wasn't even one?
Or could Yi-young have killed her boyfriend in self defense?

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I wouldn't be too surprised if Kim Ian was not a nice guy.

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And I wouldn't be surprised of Kim Ian wasn't the boyfriend. I've got my bets on it being Jang Yoon.

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And maybe the reason she needs the bad singing to fall asleep is that he used to sing to her, and she subconsciously remembers that.

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That whole hand on the piano it did seem like they'd done that before.

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Oh, i never thought of that. Thats why maybe they put it as the title of the drama? Now that i think abt it again, its been a while since we heard him singing her a song. Why would they make it as title of the drama anyway

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@Jokijokijoo Dramas do incongruous things all the time though. While it would be nice for the title to have a deeper or more purposeful to the drama meaning, I'm not really holding my breath on that one.

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That would be interesting. I never thought of that

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Ooooooh, that would explain his weird Casanova demeanor around her. Maybe. Possibly.

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I am pretty sure Kim Ian had a crush on Yi Young. That would explain Jung Yoon's words about his brother getting murdered by someone he loved.

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That is one of the other possibilities, that it wasn't actually a murder at all but really just some sort of accident.

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How awesome was it when they caught the thief - the lady literally hit him with her bag of bread and sat on his face! I'm still laughing thinking about it.

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I'm extremely confused by Jang Yoon's approach to finding out more about his brother's murder. You wanna to find out who the killer was? Fair. You wanna get close to the woman who is either the only witness of the murder or the possible murderer? Fine. You want to see if you can jug her memory? Ok. But the way he go about is incredibly perplexing. He's being strangely seductive with her, while at the same time insisting he's not interested in her "in that way" and is moving in the apartment below her in the hope that... what, she's going to just wake up one day and confess to him? If she IS the murderer and is playing innocent, how does he think his being around is going to push her to admit her guilt? And if he does believe that she forgot anything, is he just hoping that alluding to the murder without giving her any details is really going to be enough to shake her from the trauma? She's lost three months worth of memory and he thinks taking her jogging is the solution? I want to believe that he was trying to manipulate her and fell into his own trap of dark attraction but I still fail to see the logic in setting up the trap in the first place.

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His tactic is to be inept at investigating. That is his tactic, lol.

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I have to admit I'm still a bit confused on how Maestro Nam , Eun-joo, and Yi-young all know each other? Is it from having all been students at the same school?

I'm conflicted. I really like the 3 main characters that surround our heroine and so do not want one of them to be a murderer, but if it is not one of them does that lower the stakes of the story and dilute it? I need more suspects.

That piece they played in the out door theater was so beautiful.

I want to say that @kimbapnoona mentioned the clarinet on one of the Head/Shoulders watches. I wonder if she gets that mad if someone touches her reed?

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I'm even more confused as to how all them were running around the field when Kim Ian died. We know that at least four people were there Yi-young, Kim Ian, Nam and Jang Yoon. I bet Eun-joo was there too, we just haven't been shown it yet lol.

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It is almost like a Marx Brothers skit.

Was Yoon out there during the murder too? I have to keep better track.
I'm finding this show so fun though.

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Yup! He was there at some point! They've shown him when the police/medics were carrying the body away; and then he walked into the field at found the knife. He seems to have kept it with him btw, instead of handing it over to the police.

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Yes, if course! How'd I forget the knife? That was such a surprise when he first pulled it out.

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That scene of him taking the knife (murder weapon) and cutting an apple while the light was strategically placed on his face felt like a Hitchcock movie :)

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And what the heck the police detectives did/didn’t do, what the case files contain. Given that our hero8ne is on the loose and so far we haven’t been shown any scenes of interrogations or trials, ... they must have decided not to charge her with anything.

All a bit off.

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I'm so surprised about how GOOD Jiyeon is at fake playing the violin LOL....And also surprised about how GOOD the chemistry is despite the age gap....and also surprised about how interesting Eun ju's character is getting (to me )...

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lmao i love reading beanies comments... I feel like our theory probably make more sense than what will happen in the future though. I hope not, but yeah.

I'm still creep out so much by their relationship, and it's what makes me want to keep watching it. This and the music.

I'm surprised we haven't heard of Jang Yoon sing this week, since the title made it look like the singing was important. I guess even if they stop the evening call, there will be something related to a "song" in the murder case ? idk.

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I'm also kind of suspecting Maestro Nam as the "someone he loved" person regarding the death of Kim Ian. Maestro Nam wears the same ring we saw Kim Ian wearing the night of the incident. .... Granted, two people wearing the same style of jewelry doesn't necessarily mean they are in a relationship but it's still a possibility that can't yet be discounted at this point.

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Oooh, interesting, I didn't catch that. Or he stole the ring.

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@egads And I hadn't thought about him stealing the ring but it is certainly a possible explanation.

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I scanned the comments and all I could see was ‘creepy’!
Apparently there is a new breed of male leads called ‘creeper’ male :)

This show’s genre feels all over the place but am enjoying it. Am curious about the circumstances of the murder but I wonder what was the investigation results. This Jang creeper guy stole the murder weapon and stopped the investigation? What did the cops find. Did they close the case without a suspect?
How does Jang know he was killed by his girl friend.
I bet there is some personal diary of Ian that he read and is enacting scenes from it.
Whatever. I will wait. But please stop this kissing gal. Wake up gal. Stay away from creepers.

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I am glad to see an active discussion of this show. After watching the first episode without paying careful attention I was close to writing it off but getting back to it a little later, I realized what was going on and went back and watched carefully. At this point I am all in, simply because I love that the audience is involved in figuring out what happened to Kim Ian.

I think that the murderer is the Maestro and the violinist knows about it, which is the hold she has over him. I wouldn’t be surprised if the Maestro is gay or bisexual, and Ian possibly too. It hadn’t occurred to me that perhaps Jang Youn was the boyfriend instead of Kim Ian, but it’s certainly possible.

As far as creepy/manipulative male leads (at least in the beginning of the show), it really isn’t all that new.,.Secret, Hotel King, Nice Guy, Come and Hug Me, and the two similar plot plastic surgery shows from a few months back. And those were shows with happy endings, so it’s possible this one will have one too. But if that’s the case, later there will be much groveling and/or having to prove themselves worthy of the heroine’s love.

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I feel like what makes it creepier than dramas like Secret / Nice Guy (etc...) is the fact that everything looks like a basic rom-com ? Except you know it's not ? Or at least it's not supposed to, since she warned us it's not a love story. It's honestly on the cute and fun side, but you know that you're not supposed to enjoy it, because what's happening is definitely not a cute love story.
Idk, I think that's why i find it creepy.

And i agree with what you said about enjoying the fact audience needs to figure out what happened to Ian too. Kdramas tend to give away the answer too early, while we have to watch for many episodes the lead trying to figure it out. It's nice to be able to participate in the reflexion.

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So true. It's like Yi-young is in a rom-com while everyone else is in a murder mystery/thriller. Everything seems creepier since the female lead has no idea anything is even off under the surface, and the tone reflects that. Although the show gives of a really odd vibe, the tonal dissonance is also making it more interesting for me than it would be otherwise.

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I agree, the tonal dissonance is the reason i'm obsess with this show. I'm not sure i would have watched more than 2 episodes if it wasn't the case.
I admit i hope they keep making me uncomfortable lmao

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I agree... it almost feels like Yi Young is like a lamb among possible wolves, and a clueless lamb at that. But I am hoping for a happy ending, and I am hoping that the story will not fall apart because it is kind-of unique and makes for a very interesting watch.

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I'm loving the comments. How often do you get to have discussions on whether the Candy-esque lead is actually a murderer and exactly how creepy of a (charming) stalker the male lead is? 😂 I knew this show would be crazy, but it's possibly surpassing my expectations on the weird front. I'm here for it.

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The way I see the characters so far:

Jang Yoon is mysterious and I can't figure out his motives. At first, I thought he wanted to make Yi Young remember, but now it seems he just wanted to gouge if she remembered anything. He also has the knife, and apparently "Jang Yoon" is not his real name…

Yi Young is cute and pitiful, and I like her and am rooting for her. Now I see her falling for Jang Yoon. I liked their kiss, but I feel as if he is toying with her (which makes me sad) while she is in a fragile state. On a side note, I really liked the "chasing the thief" scene, it was hilarious.

Maestro Nam, and the plot thickens... he too seems to be involved in the murder/accident. He is hiding something, and I wonder why he is so nice to Yi Young (not that I'm complaining). Does he have a crush on her? Or does he too want to gouge how much she remembers? He also seems to have known her before she lost her memories?

Eun Joo is b*tchy but not one-dimensional, and she seems to have known Jang Yoon with a different name. She also knew Yi Young (before she lost her memories), and they were friends? She also seems to know something about Ian Kim's death, and she is close to Maestro Nam...

I don't know if the male timpanist will turn out to be involved in this, in one way or the other, but I'm looking forward to see where this drama will go! I also really like the classical music.

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Well I think that nobody in this drama is sane *munches on a celery syick*
I dunno why I picked this drama up; it's weird. Might wait now till four more episodes are out so I can binge them again.

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It’s wonderfully weird. I love a good whodunnit. You know how ridiculous the movie CLUE was? Everyone was a suspect and it was just wacky. This is nothing like that, but somehow I’m drawn to it the same way! But now that I know who Kim Ian is, I’m a little saddened he is the one who dies. I’m glad to see that actor back on my screen, but could they have picked someone I don’t already have a soft spot for? (See my comment above.)

And I know why you picked this up, you wanted to greet your new Melona subject in person!

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WONDERFULLY WEIRD ^_^

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Hehehe yeah well Yeo Woo Jin aint nothing to be sneezed at

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Sanity is overrated.

And Even though I know it won’t go there, it would be much more interesting if it went noir with a femme fatale.

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Honestly, I'm beginning to wonder if our FL is in a coma, and this is all a dream. She doesn't have insomnia, it's that she won't wake up, and Jang Yoon is singly badly to her in hopes to encourage her to wake up and tell him to shut the hell up.

*hands Sic some peanut butter to go with her celery stick.

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@egads Oh! I like this. This version wouldn't be half bad at all.

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I...would be down for this.

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Oh please no I don't actually think I could handle that again after The Light In Your Eyes and yes I know I'm the odd one out for saying that...
*muchas gracias*

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It's super weird, isn't it? And yet I still sort of like it, despite finding it a confusing and mildly frustrating viewing experience.

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I just started it to switch off hahaha I dunno if it was the right choice and I have no idea how it's gonna end but I'm still here lol

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I don't know with this drama. Like I really don't. I like all of the characters. They're all very interesting and likable. And I really like the strange hodge-podge of a genre mash-up the story is. But I hate everyone's behavior. The female lead is....well, she's dense. I mean, who keeps hanging out with someone who acts the way the male lead does, this weird hot and cold, really scary-intense then flirty and jokey with just a hint of some 'I like to trigger your repressed memories every time we hang out which is obviously on purpose but you're too dumb to figure it out'? And what's with the male lead's behavior anyway? He has no subtly whatsoever, not a millimeter of chill. He's either all over her like an ant on an ice cream cone or he's glaring into her eyes like he's holding a knife behind his back. Bro. Pick a lane. Then we have the secondary male lead who hires her for his orchestra, seemingly unbothered by an audition mistake that would have disqualified her with anyone else and then he FIRES HER FOR MAKING THE SAME MISTAKE AFTER ONLY GIVING HER ONE REHEARSAL TO GET TO USED TO BEING PART OF THE NEW TEAM AND HE DOES IT IN FRONT OF LITERALLY EVERYONE WHICH IS PROBABLY THE MOST HUMILIATING THING POSSIBLE. THEN HE HIRES HER AS HIS ASSISTANT! I! CAN'T! EVEN! WITHYOU!!!!!

Our quasi-second female lead is pretty inconsistent in her own right, but she's not on-screen enough for it to heavily impact the story.

I just don't know with this drama, and I think I'm gonna have to just make peace with it, lol.

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It's funny because the behavior that is frustrating you is what I find so compelling. I don't want them to pick a lane yet it wouldn't be as interesting, lol. I want to keep this guessing game up for awhile longer.

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Same. I like the inconsistencies of everyone's behavior. I like not knowing how this is going to play out, and I really like being suspicious of everyone. Like somebody said earlier, it is like Clue:
The maestro wacked him in the field with his baton.
The lead timpanist hit him the road with a mallot.
The oboist stabbed him in the car with her reed knife.

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LOL. I would actually totally watch a Korean drama version of clue.

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Oh, that is a good comparison.

It was reminding me of a gothic , but with random noir lighting thrown in.

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🙋🏻‍♀️💁🏻‍♀️ on the CLUE reference!

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