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Answer Me 1994: Episode 7

I love. This. Episode. Is it that it’s set to the anthem of my drama first love? Is it because Chilbongie finally gets his spot in the limelight? Or because love begins to complicate all the friendships that have been built under one roof? It’s summer in 1994, and we finally get to the good stuff: that messy, ardent, giddy thing called feelings.

 
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EPISODE 7: “Summer That Year”

It’s a sweltering summer in 1994, and Na-jung has a new part-time job working the counter at a chicken and burger joint near campus. She’s surprisingly sharp and good with numbers, as she tells her customer the exact price difference between ordering his burgers and colas separately instead of as sets.

Someone pages her, and it turns out to be Chilbongie calling from baseball practice. He comes up with the adorably lame excuse that he felt like eating burgers, and wants to know if her store delivers.

She says he’d have to order something like twenty of them, and he happily orders fifty. Ermagerd, he’s so cute I can’t stand it.

So Na-jung and her co-worker (the computer science sunbae) head over to the field that night with fifty burgers in tow. The sunbae is giddy about making the delivery to the Yonsei baseball team, and thinks it weird that Na-jung is so blasé about it when their school is more famous for baseball than basketball.

He rattles off all the famous players he wants to meet, and Na-jung is shocked to hear him name Chilbongie. She says he practically lives at their house and thought that the Chilbongie nickname was something her dad made up. The sunbae laughs that any male citizen in this country would know that name, and again she’s a little impressed.

They make their way inside for the delivery and Na-jung is taken with the vastness of the open baseball field, the lights, the hotties in uniform. (Eeee! Neukkim (Feelings)! Excuse me while I burst into song.)

The players run up to claim their burgers, famous names on uniforms flashing by the screen one by one. They wonder who hasn’t picked up his dinner, and Na-jung recites the exact number of burgers taken and the one player who hasn’t claimed his: Chilbongie.

Just then, Chilbongie opens the door and comes onto the field, and humona, he’s shirtless. Na-jung practically has to pick her jaw up from the floor, and I love that she outright stares him up and down, ha.

He sits down with her to scarf down his burger, and she asks about the shoulder he has bandaged up, thinking it’s an injury. He explains that he’s just icing it routinely, and the girl behind them (I can’t tell if she’s a manager or a fangirl) asks how he knows Na-jung.

Chilbongie says they’re really good friends, and adds that she’s baseball coach Sung Dong-il’s daughter, and that earns her some cool points. He already knows what time she gets off of work, and asks her to wait outside after her shift so they can go home together.

She warns that he’d have to wait, but he obviously doesn’t mind, so they agree to meet later. And then he gets even more undressed as he unwraps the ice pack, and Na-jung tries not to faint while staring. Or is that just me?

She declines to stay and watch practice, but as soon as Chilbongie runs out onto the field and starts throwing the ball, she can’t take her eyes off of him. (Double Eeee! They remade the Neukkim song! It’s posted above. Also, I didn’t think it was possible to top oppa getting Seo Taiji’s “To You” as his love theme, but now Chilbongie gets Neukkim? Man do these producers know how to tug the right strings.)

As Na-jung watches, taken with baseball for the first time in her life, Chilbongie narrates:

Chilbongie: At a time in my life when I had nothing left if you took baseball away from me, I found a person who made me more excited, more fired up than baseball. The hottest summer in history was beginning, and my age twenty was following suit just like the season. It was the summer of 1994.

At home, everyone deals with the heat wave in their own way, from ice foot baths to spray bottles to fights over the prime position in front of the fan.

Mom and Dad literally lie down in the street, and Mom changes her mind again about the kind of fruit she wants, sending Dad grumbling back into the kitchen for the umpteenth time. He opens the fridge and screams to find that Yoon-jin has actually stuffed herself inside. Ha.

In his room, Binggeure lays out a brand new Boy London shirt like it’s precious, and curiously, Garbage puts on the same shirt to come outside. Is it the same shirt or a pair?

Mom decides she doesn’t want the black grapes that Dad brings, and says the baby is craving green grapes. She is so loving this, and I love her for it. She orders him to go buy some now, with the argument that she can’t wait till tomorrow because who knows what new cravings tomorrow will bring. Garbage has to hold Dad back from pitching a fit.

At baseball practice, Chilbongie gets called over to pitch for a third-year sunbae, who’s dripping with smarminess as he asks if that burger delivery girl is his girlfriend and if he’s slept with her. Chilbongie says they’re just friends, and the sunbae orders him to set him up with her so he can get some, literally swinging his bat around for emphasis. Gross.

Chilbongie clenches his jaw and doesn’t say a word, and then winds up for the pitch… and launches the ball right into Smarmy’s helmet. HA.

He clearly pays for it though, because when he comes to pick up Na-jung after work, he’s limping. Awww, did you get your ass whooped to keep Smarmy away from Na-jung?

She sighs to see him injured yet again, and decides that he should switch sports to basketball from now on. She cracks me up. He counters that he’s rather good at the baseball thing, plus there’s all the years he’s poured into the one sport that would feel like a waste. (By the way, he’s picked up the habit of imitating her accent whenever he’s around her, which is so cute.)

She admits that other people do keep saying he’s really good, and decides she needs to see for herself. She points to a can sitting atop a fire hydrant across the street, and asks if he can knock it down.

Chilbongie asks what she’ll do if he makes it, and she offers to never tell him to quit baseball for basketball again. He frowns that the target is too difficult for such a measly prize, and asks for an unnamed favor in return.

And two seconds later, the can falls with exact precision, from a tiny rock no less. Na-jung ooohs, acknowledging that he really is as good as they say, and asks what the favor is.

He says tomorrow is an important game, and asks her to come to cheer him on. Aw. She grumps that it’s awfully hot for that, but agrees as promised.

Na-jung comes home to her parents camping out in the street and calls them crazy, asking what the neighbors will think. They just point down the street, where the entire neighborhood is doing the exact same thing. They tell her they saved a spot for her, and she whines that she won’t sleep there, that is until Garbage comes out to take the spot next to hers.

So the family sleeps outside that night, and Na-jung asks Garbage if he’s sure about his friends on leave from army duty—they’re setting up their friends on a group blind date—warning that they have to be worthy because her Seoulite friends are really pretty.

He gets a little weird when she requests a particular oppa’s presence (saying that he’s the good-looking one), and gives the excuse that he’s not on leave this time. And then he snuggles her to sleep while she tries not to swoon too hard.

Mom asks Dad if he remembers her favorite soondae restaurant in Masan, and he recalls it fondly… until she says that the baby really wants to eat that soondae. Hahaha. Poor Dad.

In the morning Mom and Dad see Yoon-jin and Haitai off for their summer vacation trips back home. They say that Samcheonpo left at the crack of dawn because he has farther to travel, and suggest that the two of them ride together since they’re headed in the same direction.

Haitai thinks that’s a good idea, but Yoon-jin shoots him down right away: “You never know. What if a handsome guy comes along and sits next to me?” Hee.

Samcheonpo’s thinking the same thing on his bus, and perks up at the pretty girl who makes her way down the aisle. But of course it’s a granny and a wild toddler who choose the seat next to his.

Na-jung and her friends wait eagerly for their blind dates to arrive, though the city girls are wary of meeting guys from her hometown. Na-jung doesn’t know what they look like, but she assures them that they’re from the richest families in Masan.

The girls light up when Garbage walks in, thinking that he’s one of the prospective guys, which rankles Na-jung a bit. But that’s nothing compared to the look on her face when oppa’s friends arrive. Ha, they’re cameos from Jung Woo’s high school gangster movie Wish, that also co-starred Sohn Ho-joon (Haitai).

Na-jung’s reaction can only be described as an are-you-kidding-me snarl of death. Really, it’s your own damn fault for thinking that Garbage of all people would know that dudes in socks and sandals and gold chains weren’t cool. They should’ve at least shown up in their army uniforms. It would’ve been better than this.

At the bus station, a spot opens up on Yoon-jin’s bus, and Haitai happily climbs aboard and plops down next to her, declaring that what is meant to be will be. She rolls her eyes and rejects all his snacks, and he pouts that they’ve been living under the same roof for months now, so she could be a little friendlier to him.

He nabs her headphones to listen in on her Walkman and wonders if she never gets sick of Seo Taiji, which is a pretty dumb question for a guy who insists they’re friends.

Back at the blind date from hell, Garbage bites his nails down to the quick, looking back and forth and back and forth in the silence to end all silences. He answers a page that turns out to be a message from Na-jung, warning him to hurry up and get these losers out of here if he knows what’s good for him.

I love that they’re communicating this way. So then he leaves her a voicemail that she has to get up and check, and asks her to give the guys a chance, chiding her for judging a man by his looks, all, Is that what I taught you?

So she regretfully complies to continue the date, which goes straight downhill once drinks are ordered and the guys start telling terrible jokes. Why is Garbage sweating bullets so funny?

On the bus, Haitai falls asleep on Yoon-jin’s shoulder, which she in no way finds endearing, especially when it’s accompanied by a big spot of drool on her shirt. On Samcheonpo’s bus, the toddler falls asleep in his lap and leaves a puddle of drool on his pants.

It’s rest stop time and a group of peddlers climbs aboard the bus to sell gold watches, using a really obvious scheme by passing out numbers and declaring that they can only give this special deal to three people.

Samcheonpo jumps in excitement when his number is called and forks over the money, only to unwrap his new watch that leaves gold paint smears on his wrist. Poor guy can’t catch a break. It’s really his embarrassment that sells the moment—he feels cheated, but can’t bring himself to go after them and admit he’s been duped.

Haitai gets off his bus and asks if Yoon-jin isn’t coming along, and when she rebuffs him yet again, he snaps back childishly, “See if I ever speak to you again!”

Mom and Dad are left home alone, and Mom worries that Binggeure hasn’t called yet. It’s so sweet how the roles are reversed now and the kids have to call their Seoul mother when they go home to the country.

She wonders if he didn’t go home, and lo and behold, Binggeure is still on campus having lied to both moms. He puts in his notice to take next semester off, and then comes out to find the campus littered with announcements of breaking news: North Korean president Kim Il-sung is dead.

Everyone, from home to campus to rest stop to café is glued to the TV. And following the announcement comes the recall of all active soldiers on leave. Guess the blind date is over after all.

Haitai watches the broadcast in fascination and then belatedly realizes he’s been due back at the bus for a long time. He runs back to find Yoon-jin standing next to the bus driver, who yells at him for being so late and holding up the whole group. The driver asks if he can have his keys now, and Yoon-jin silently hands them over. Haha.

Haitai is shocked that she’d care, and sheepishly sits down next to her and offers her the bigger half of his twin popsicles. But she’s as prickly as ever, and tells him to eat them both.

Once the group date is over, Na-jung apologizes to her friends and offers to make it up to them with a night out. But one of the girls says she liked the one oppa and asks for his number… it’s Garbage, of course, and no amount of protesting will convince the girls that he’s not desirable.

So finally Na-jung lies that he has a girlfriend and lives with her, and the girls gasp, scandalized. At the same time, Garbage gets a call from one of the sunbaes saying that they made it back to the army base safely, and he asks Garbage for Na-jung’s number because he liked her best.

Garbage hems and haws awkwardly, arguing that she’s too young to be dating, and the sunbae has to point out that all the girls today were the same age. The sunbae barks at him to recite the number, and Garbage hesitates…

We don’t see how he answered, and when he finds Na-jung’s room empty, he wonders where she ran off to.

Chilbongie warms up for his big game, scanning the crowd every other second and trying to hide his disappointment when Na-jung isn’t there by the starting pitch. He takes the mound and bows and gets ready to start the game, and looks up to scan the crowd one last time.

That’s when Na-jung walks in and takes a seat in the stands, and the look on Chilbongie’s face, just…gaaah. He smiles right at her for so long that even Na-jung notices and looks around her quizzically to check that he’s really smiling at her. Squeeeeeee.

Powered by the need to impress his crush, Chilbongie plays with laser focus and pitches a shutout. The team rushes him and he’s given the winning ball, and they line up in front of the crowd to bow before disappearing into the dugout.

But then he pops back out for one more look, and finds Na-jung still lingering. They lock eyes and he starts walking in the opposite direction of the crowd, and she just follows, not knowing why (But who wouldn’t follow that smile?) until they reach the very corner of the stands where there’s no net between them.

He does all this without saying a word, and stretches out his hands in front of him. Again, she follows, and then he tosses her the game ball. It lands perfectly in her hands and she cracks a tiny smile.

Rewind to Garbage’s answer to his sunbae, who asks if Na-jung has a boyfriend or something. After a long pause, he says, “Yes, she has a boyfriend.” Omo. You like her too! You like her too!

Seoul 2013. Ha, one of the couples from the group date actually got married, and they congratulate Na-jung in her wedding video. Na-jung scowls to find all the beer cans emptied already, and yells at hubby to go buy some more.

Haitai nags her to be more like Yoon-jin, who used to be so prickly back in the day but met a good husband and became a sweetie pie. Yoon-jin mutters a curse under her breath, ha.

Haitai rounds up the guys to go buy beer together, and Na-jung calls out to hubby not to forget his wallet, and chucks it at the group. Somebody catches it one-handed.

Back in 1994, Dad’s voice rings through the whole neighborhood as he shouts that they’ll sleep here over his dead body. Inside, the entire household is standing in the living room clutching their pillows like a group of sad puppies.

They inch closer with hangdog expressions, but Dad doesn’t budge, wondering why they all came back up so early when there’s more summer vacation left. “Is it because of that?” He shoots a look at the corner, where a brand new air conditioner has been installed.

The kids each take turns convincing Dad to let them all sleep with the air conditioner on for just one night, and he finally relents that it’s just for today. The resounding cheer is so cute.

Mom wonders if they’ll all fit, and he points to her ridiculously giant stash of nonperishables that she bought (in case of war) and complains they’d be fine if they didn’t have that taking up all the room.

The kids all cheer and plop down in the living room, and Mom requests the radio to be played. Lee Moon-se! Deux! So much pop culture goodness. Na-jung falls asleep with her head in Mom’s lap as the radio plays, and the whole family sleeps together that night.

In the morning, Samcheonpo is cuddled in Haitai’s arms, still wearing his fake gold watch. And when we pan over, Yoon-jin and Haitai are sleeping with their hands side by side, and pwahahahaha—they’re both wearing the same watch as Samcheonpo.

Did they all get hustled at the same rest stop, or are two of these three couple watches?

By morning, Na-jung has found her way back to her spot in the dogpile… right in between Garbage and Chilbongie.

Chilbongie: Someone once sang that summer is the season of youth, and the season of love. In the summer of 1994, the season was passing, but my—and our—summer was just beginning.

 
COMMENTS

This is what I’ve been waiting for. Sooner would’ve been better, but I’m glad we’re here now. I feel like the last episode really launched us into the meat and potatoes of the love entanglements, and I’m loving the mounting tension. A lot of what we had early on in the series was fun, but it lacked this layer of conflict that makes us invested in every little look, gesture, and clue. And I don’t even mean clues about future husbands, but about feelings in the present. With love triangles brewing and wires crossed every which way they can be, there’s a distinct crackle to the proceedings now that everybody’s got a vested interest and a set of feelings to hide. At some point we’re going to end up with a house full of ticking time bombs, and one confession could set off a chain event.

Everything thus far has been pointing to Chilbongie liking Na-jung, who likes Garbage… but now we have new things to add to the mix, like Chilbongie refusing to let Na-jung ignore his general awesomeness (So. Great.) and Garbage revealing that he may not be quite so oppaish after all. Granted, his refusal to let his friend date his almost-sister is totally a real oppa thing to do, but that’s not why he lied on the phone. Did seeing Chilbongie with Na-jung jumpstart his feelings, or has he really purposely been ignoring them all this time, and why?

It was a pretty great build to that phone call in this episode, because we knew to expect that Chilbongie would refuse his sunbae’s date request, that Na-jung would refuse her friend’s, but it was Garbage who was the question mark in that equation. And now the third leg of the triangle is locked and loaded. Does this mean he’ll face his feelings head-on, or will Chilbongie beat him to the punch? Or will it not matter when Na-jung only has eyes for oppa?

I do think Chilbongie is giving Garbage a serious run for his money though, because between kisses and flimsy excuse burger orders and game-winning pitches into the stands, how is a girl to keep from melting into a giant puddle of goo? I know he’s always cute and sweet, but in uniform (and out, ahem), he’s a different person entirely. The fire in his eyes when he pitches is stealth-hot, and he woos Na-jung with zero reservation. This is a guy who doesn’t lose games, and I’m getting the impression that he’s not about to start losing when it comes to the girl.

I’m really excited for the other love triangle that revved up today too, because I think it’s just as fun to hunt for Yoon-jin’s future husband in the group (and let’s face it, Samcheonpo and Haitai were never really strong contenders for Na-jung in the first place). Her bus ride bonding experience with Haitai was really cute in this episode, and I think he’s the frontrunner for her, except for the fact that I absolutely LOVE her bickering hate with Samcheonpo. I hope theirs will be just as engrossing a mystery, with reasons to root for both sides. What happy dilemmas to have.

 
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Chilbong!!!!

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I was squealing the entire time! Team Chilbong all the way!! hahaha ^^

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LOL girlfriday or javabeans shoud take a pole to find out how many people are voting for which team now. LOl I am actually very curious.

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I second that notion!

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Ha!!! A poll would be nice! ^^ Oh Gosh, Chil Bong reminds me of Lee Jun Ki Opppppaaa! ^^

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I third that notion, haha!

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and I still don't care for any
* sigh*

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There was a poll in episode 4! But yeah, i definitely think there should be a poll every even numbered episode. hahaha! Im sure shippers change ships constantly.

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*squeeling behind the line

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but all the clues are pointing to trash oppa with this episode the clues are all out…it made me sad but anyway i can now wait to watch it till the last episode then i'll start to watch where i left of…now i'm okay with dramabeans commentaries and arguments...

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I want oppa-ya----
think about it though.in 2013 when father was reprimanding"husband" about choosing the perfect date for the wedding.husband gave this cheeky laugh and did the hand thing. who's habit is that? aigoo. i think it's chilbonggi

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But CB is usually really thoughtful, so I don't think he'll pick the World Cup as their wedding day. That's something Oppa would do.

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Good point.

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but when they were watching the world cup soccer game in 1994, trash oppa was awake and seems interested to watch it, whereas chil bong was left in binggrae's room still sleeping, and sam chun po had to drag him towards the stairs?

the fact that we don't "know" the main pairing stresses me out. there are a lot of clues that can be interpreted many ways, usually for or against one or the other.

it will all make sense in the end when we do know who the main pairing is, and then for clues that point to them, it's like confirmation of that. and for clues that point to other possible couples, those are more like wishful thinking.

still, it's sort of fun to speculate. kind of frustrating at times, but still fun...

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What if... That date is really special to him? Maybe it was the date he kissed her back in June 1994 when they were all drunk and tried to make YJ and SCP to become friend?

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i don't think trash oppa is the husband bcoz at the present day, najeong called her husband as 'yeobo' but she still called trash oppa as 'oppa'. that's it

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The usage of 'oppa' and 'yeobo' are interchangeable depending on the situation and context so she can use both terms to address Oppa if he's her husband.

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I really like Chil Bong! I really want him to have the "and they lived happily ever after" ending.

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Oppaaaaa all the way. Hey, had to put it out there and represent for the man.

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no...i want oppa to be na-jung's hubby! ><

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TEAM CHILBONG!!!!

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oppa and binggeure's matching shirts!!! ahhh

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Loved this episode. Yes, Chilbongie all the way!

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finallyyyyyy found your groove.. now this what i'm talking about..

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Okay. I am still a trash-na jung shipper and i find oppa to be most compatible with her.

But dammit this episode turned my liking for chilbongie to full blown LOVE. I was swooning at him throughout this episode.

I don't mind who na jung ends up with because both guys can hold their own.

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Although i'm sure there will be tons of angry fans after they reveal the hubby, since everyone's pretty much 50/50 on oppa/chilbong.
My prayers go to the writer after the reveal.

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LOL sameee. there is not going to be any way for this poor writer to win haha

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I am EXACTLY the same way!! I am Team Oppa, but man Chilbong really got in me in Episode 7 (and 8). I'm hooked on this crack drama, and it's been a while since I have felt this way.

I need more and I need it like M-F so I can find out who the husband is!! He better not be revealed in Episode 20. He better be revealed in like 15 so we can tie up other people's stories as well, otherwise I will flip tables.

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I feel exactly the same way. I massively loved Oppa (and still do) but I didn't really understand Chilbongie's appeal before, but now oh gosh, you choose whoever the hell you want Najung, they're both great guys.

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Breaking news: Did you all see this about Jung Woo's dating scandal and how it MIGHT affect his chance of winning Na Jung's hand in the end?! What?!

http://www.kdramastars.com/articles/11788/20131105/jung-woo-gives-up-on-being-a-husband-in-answer-me-1994-because-of-scandal.htm

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Those are just rumors & the PD and Writer have released statements that who they have in mind for the husband will not change/effect their decisions.

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Plus i think fans are overreacting.
An actor's personal life should in no way affect his character's trajectory/future.

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Thank goodness! I couldn't understand why an actor's personal life would have an impact on his professional life. That is an actor's profession (job), and he is entitled to have a personal life outside of it.

And I'd like to think that viewers/fans can distinguish between the personal and professional and enjoy the actor's work portraying a character.

Having said that, I'm still Team Oppa!

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This show is killing me! I love it to bits and if I thought I couldn't love it anymore, the last episode did me in. I was on Team Oppa the whole time up to now....now I'm just literally torn between Oppa and Chilbongie. They're both so awesomely sweet and *sniffles* ....can't they both win? :'( Or that'd be kinky.

I also love that we'll have to guess who Yoon Jin ends up with. I didn't find R1997 that much of a mystery because we all knew. This one though really has me stumped and I love that.

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aaaahhh! Yay! Finally, the characters are now in motion. Tho, for today's episode, Binggurae seems to be missing.

Anyway, I'm still in for Team Oppa, but then...but then...argh! Why, show? Why would you do this to my feeelings?

I will go down with this ship.

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I love this episode too. Thank you.

But too many swoon moment from Chil bong only meant one thing, heartbreak is in the horizon.

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Kim Ki tae is not sunbae, he is Class representative.

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waaahhh, it would just break my heart if na jung ends up with chil bongie.

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Chil Bong! Oh my God, I happily melted and swooned along with his every action this episode. He's the man. If Na Jung won't take him, I will. But seriously, who could refuse him?

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But the name she told her friends for oppa was Joo something, not the Kim name she gave for her husband!

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its not name, its what you called the one who set up the blind date.

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That was the equivalent of "matchmaker" in korean, if i heard correctly.

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Oh ok... It was just a bad translation, then... Cool... Had me worried!

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I'm torn between being in team Chilbong or team Oppa. Watching Chilbong-ie in first love warms my heart so much. It's the sweet love that brighten your day, you simply can't hide. It made me smile the whole day yesterday, because I remember the younger me and my husband when we first fell in love with each other. But Oppa is also caring towards Na-jung in a special way. Can I say I ship both guys with Na-jung? Our Na-jung is such a lucky girl :)

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haitai and yoonjin are so cute together! as for trash oppa and chilbong, how is a girl supposed to choose between them two? and the last scene where the entire household sleep in that living room reminds me of my own family. we used to do the exact same thing to save on the electricity bill lol the super storm is coming to my place and this makes me want to go home so bad!

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I'm officially on Team Marry Them Both or Give Them Both to Me!

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haha I second this! I really can't decide who I want to end up together more.

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Z, I agree... this is brilliant!

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Lol. Totally agree. I love both of these guys so much. I think I am still leaning towards Oppa though. Does history win out over cute first love? Sigh I didn't think I could like this show any more than I already do but this episode proved me wrong. Some many knots to untangle and I just want to be there!

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Team Three Way, ftw!!!!!!

Glad I'm not alone here. XD

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This just might be the only instance that I'm for polygamy!

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this was such a fantastic episodeee. oh my goodness♥

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Oppa!! Wake up! Wakeupwakeup!!
If you want to be the end game, you better start playing cause Chilbongie is an awesome athlete and he's got his target locked and loaded!

The way Najung followed Chilbongie like she was hypnotised.....aaahhh....the stirrings of a new crush. I love how subtle and seamlessly the writer pens in these scenes of falling in love. No dramatic scenes of saving-candy nor sudden declarations. This is pure gold.

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I honestly feel like oppa might lose na jung along the way because he might be too late realizing his own feelings for her. By then, it's possible chilbong would have already captured na jung's heart.
Heck, he's just beginning.

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I'm sooo team Oppa, Chilbongie is a sweetie and I love him... but in a totally platonic way.

As for our other female, Yoon-jin - I really love her with Samcheonpo! Her ending with Haitai would be... disappointingly obvious for me.

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I am with you... YooJin and SamCheonpo was just the cutest ever couple!!!

and now Haitai is in the running toward hubby contender...
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that's a spoiler you've got in your post!

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Loved this episode! I was waiting for the moment when all the boarders would start to feel like a set group of friends And that really happened in the last few episodes.
Aww Chilbongie. I had a feeling they were holding out on us in the first few episodes, just so that, after beginning to root for Trash, we'd have to go through falling in love with Chilbongie as well. And boy did I fall. And I mean, I want him to win. I mean it. This doesn't mean I love Trash any less, and its partly that I enjoy the warmth of their brother-sister type relationship. I still see potential for a good romance, but I have to say that if Trash gets the girl in the end, I'll be a little more disappointed than if it were the other way around. Chilbongie has completely stolen my heart.
Also! Totally shipping Haitai and Yoon-Jin! They were just great this episode!

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Ha .. Me too! Haitai and YooJin are cute.
The lil smile on her face when he sat down next to her(I wasn't imagining it..was I?) after she expressly told him she wanted a handsome guy ...well Samcheonpo sure has his work cut out for him in the next few episodes...

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I have to say this episode slayed me. I loved Answer Me 1997, but I didn't care for the love triangle. I loved the two main leads, and I felt it was obvious they would be together. With this series though I love both male leads, and the chemistry between all of them is amazing! I go back and forth between who I want to be her husband. Also I don't feel as though it is as obvious. All in all Answer Me 1997 was a better show (at least so far), but Reply 1994 has the better love triangle.

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Yeah, the older brother falling for his deceased fiance's younger sister felt forced and was also a bit "icky.'

Also, AM1997 had too much of the whole super fangirl thing which was tiresome/just too much - AM1994 has the right amount.

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I feel sorta bad for Garbage. There's gonna be a lot of fight on his end.

Love this show. Makes me feel sorta bad I didn't watch or read the recaps of the last one. But I like how I'm seeing this with fresh eyes with no mirroring of the last season.

Thanks for the recaps!

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SQUEEEE. Like everyone else, was solidly Team Oppa until this episode - which made me pleasantly confused. Chilbongie was just too cute, and his shirtless scene was exceptional. (Perhaps the only fair way to settle the OTP is more Chilbongie abs scenes, so far Oppa is leading by a mile. Not that I'm complaining: he has got superb muscle definition.) And a secondary love triangle is just the icing on the cake. This is quickly turning into my favourite watch of the week, simply cannot wait for the subs for the next episode.

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**Fun [random] facts from answer me**

--The 3 friends Jung Woo brought along for the blind date in this episode are also his real life friends. (This PD/writer must be a fan of the movie Wish, considering there were also a few other actors from Wish who cameoed.)
--The kiss between jung woo and binggeuri was filmed in one go, without any NGs.
Jung woo, however, wanted to practice the kiss 10 times. Among two kisses that they filmed (one on the cheek, the other on the lip), the one on the lip got broadcasted.
--The “bite” kiss between trash oppa and na jung was also done without any NGs
--The actor playing samcheonpo wears a wig.
--Attention trash/Binggeuri shippers: Baro(Binggeuri) said his favorite cast member was Jung Woo(trash).
--Samcheonpo is quite popular with the south korean audience, as they call him “fairy” and “po-vly” (samcheonpo + lovely). Son Ho Jun(Haitai) chose him as the best-looking among the cast.
-Son Ho Jun(Haitai) is king at NGs whenever he has scenes with Kim Sung-Kyun (samcheonpo) because he’s so hilarious.
--1997’s Jung Eun Ji is a devoted fan of 1994, having watched every single episode as broadcasted, from preview episode 0 to episode 6.
--1997’s Seo In Guk did not know he was the husband until the very last episode.(More like not officially told, since it was obvious so everyone knew).
--All of 1994’s cast do not know who the husband is. Some of the actors (haitai & baro) don’t even know their character’s full names.
--Funniest/famous NG among cast members was during Go Ara’s drunken winking scene. Son Ho Jun(Haitai) would make tons of NG from laughing to the point where he would have to step out.
--The groom at the wedding was a stand-in. (No use trying to compare heights, hair, or skin tones.)
--Reply 1994 will be PD Shin’s last show of the Answer me Series.

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Nice seeing you here...
hehehehe

- czakhareina

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Wow, thanks for all that info. I was startled by the one about the wig, lol.

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Noice~!!! THanks.

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Thank you for those random facts :-)
It's always fun to read more about the making off of the drama.
I completely understand Son Ho Jun not being able to keep a straight face with Kim Sung-Kyun. He's so hilarious :-)

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Does your last fact mean they won't be making another Answer Me series? That would make me so sad! 1997 has been one of my all time favorites and I think 1994 will be right up there with it. These shows have do much heart.

I hope this won't be the last!

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PD shin has voiced his opinions of stopping after 1994, as he has plans of doing a different project. (I can see why. As a director you wouldn't want to stick with the same type of project and instead explore different themes.)
tVN, on the other hand, not sure if they're going to try producing more answer me series since they've been so successful with it..($$$).
Personally, i think they should stop with answer me 1994, or go with a completely different concept if they go for an oldies theme.
I think the audience may tire with the same ol' same ol. I might not, but as we move along the series would lose a bit of the magic from what made the beginning so great.

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Ohmygosh, all those Trash/Binggeure feels... *dead*

Noooooo, this'll be PD Shin's last AM show? ㅠㅠ I don't want to ever leave these adorable storylines...

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Ooh, these were fun, thanks! I do agree it's better to quit while you're ahead, and it must not be too much fun doing similar projects all the time ...... but I would love to see the same team revisit the franchise years later. Maybe 2008-09, which was the height of the second/third gen of kpop. (DBSK's Mirotic, Wonder Girls' Tell Me/So Hot, Big Bang's Last Farewell, Suju's Sorry Sorry, SNSD's Gee, Shinee's RDD, etc).

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Eeeekkkk! Team Chilbongie all the way!

Thanks for the recap.

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I loved this episode as well and agree on your POV of Chilbong.

I am loving what is happening in 1994 and what may eventually happen in the future. Nothing is set in stone but the train is reeving up with fuel.

I'm with Chilbong of course all the way even if right now it seems that he will probably lose to Oppa but nothing is set in stone again as writers can do whatever they want. The fantastic world of creating stories and molding characters is amazing. I am enjoying that aspect of the drama as well.

Chilbong is not a character that is going to back down and I love that.

I am excited to see where all of this goes. Thank you so much. I enjoy each review:)

P.S I was squealing and fangirling during the Na Jung and Chilbong scenes at around 1am. I was trying hard not too. Lol

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I prefer Trash as the future husband, but honestly, I'm loving this show so much right now, I wouldn't mind her ending up with Chilbongie either. Right now, this is my favorite drama and I can't wait for the next episode.

What will I do when I'm in Rome, by the end of the month? No specials Doctor Who episode and no new episode of Reply 1994 for a weekend. Well, Rome must be enough.

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I Love this show! There are clues pointing to Trash and clues pointing to Chilbong. If you noticed Bingiries' last name is Kim. So Chilbong is also Kim. Then there is the baseball that is at Jeongs' house which I thought was from her dad but now I think it is the baseball from Chilbong game. When she calls out her husband she called him honey. If Trash was her hubby then she would call him oppa. I know couples married 10+ years were the wife calls her hubby oppa.

But then there are the signs pointing to Trash. When No Jeong calls honey, Trash turned his head. And if the story goes the same as 1997 where the gay friend likes the lead male then Trash is the husband. Plus another love line was made for Chilbong, but not another love line for Trash.
I t is such a toss up but I am team Chilbong all the way. But the happy dance that Trash made when the dad said they could sleep in the living room was gold!

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i am team chilbong too but the moment i saw mi soo (?), the girl at the baseball field, i knew it was GG. he's definitely going to end up with her :(

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Trash oppa has the female resident doctor at the hospital as a potential loveline (one that fortune teller said she would meet husband at the hospital).

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Wasn't that the girl the brother ends up with in Reply 1997?

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If I am not mistaken, the resident doctor at the hospital is AM1997's Oppa's wife.. the first lady who was a DBSK fangirl..

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Gah I loved this episode!!! SO MUCH CUUUUUUUUTE! Okay, I feel better after letting out some of my feels. But, but, the relational development in the show is so awesome! And the feelings! And the family! And the friendships! I love this show so much.

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I can hear the screams of Team Chilbongie when I watched this episode. How could you not love that guy? This episode was so great because I was getting pulled into Chil-bong's team and it's hard! I was thinking 'Oh, no Oppa' throughout CB's wooing of NJ.

With that said, I'm still rooting for Oppa so he better move his butt asap. I'm gonna be sad for Chilbong's heartbreak, but that 2013 scene when Na-jung tosses the wallet to hubby? Who else but Garbage would forget his wallet like he always does?

@ilikemangos - thanks for the fun facts.

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Did you notice binggurae writing kim??? I still don't know if he was writing down his name thoug, but before, we were told chilbongie and binggurae have the same last name so.... Does this mean chilbong's name is Kim Joon __ OR Kim __ Joon??? (sorry for my broken english)

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I have this unsettling feeling that Chilbong would win, because Oppa is being too damn slow. And I totally loved CB when he threw that ball to the smarmy Sunbae of his and then bowed. Awe-Some! First time in a kdrama, the love triangle is so compelling.

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I'm still Team Oppa but Chilbongie was positively swoon worthy this ep. I love that he's not holding back- he likes a girl and is going for it. If Chilbongie doesn't end up with Na Jung I suspect he will get together with the manager/fangirl/whatever.

Like Trash Na Jung's smarts aren't the most obvious thing about her but wow are they there.

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CHILBONGIEEEEE ~

My god, this man knows how to melt hearts.

Just when I've decided to stop playing the mystery husband game, the heartbreak begins. I think I'm going to be more heartbroken seeing Chilbongie getting his heart broken in 1994 as opposed to finding out that he's actually NOT the husband in 2013.

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Indeed. The last scenes in episode 8 + episode 9's teaser.................................... I wanted to be by is side to nurse his crying heart.

Hang in there, pup!!! Everything's gonna be alright :'(

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Deep down in my heart of hearts, I want Na-jung to end up with Chilbong, who is adorableness and hot manliness rolled into one. But I don't think I'd be terribly upset if she ends up with Trash, because he is a fantastic character all around. It's just great to see a love triangle that deserves to be a triangle!

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I happened to see a Hwasin episode a few months ago with Chilbong (Yoo Yun Suk) and director Lee (I think). The director was plugging YS in his (the director's) movie about a music show that premiered with backhand compliments and it was awkward to watch. I know he's been in several major dramas and movies, but this is the first role of his that I am absolutely in love with and where I think his charms shine. Until now YS hadn't grown on me, but I am super in love with Chilbong who gives Trash a real run for the money with na-jung. i still can't decide who i think she'll end up marrying, or even which one I want her to end up marrying - both are so cute!

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sooo true! Love 'em both to pieces, that I think she'll do well with any of them. I would probably still be able to hear my own heart break into pieces when one of them has to move on...

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What i liked so much about this episode is that is felt so retro. The group date, the death of Kim Il Sung, the radio music, the baseball game, the bus ride, the ice cream parfait glasses, the air conditioner, the stockpile of staples just in case. The simple pleasure of all sleeping in the living room with the air conditioner and everyone getting along was priceless.

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Does anyone else find Garbage confusing? I mean I have thought he felt for Na Jung as more than a brother for a while now but his outward actions suggest otherwise. Is he gay but that wouldn't really explain him feeling for Na Jung the way way she feels for him. The only thing I can think of is maybe he somehow caused the accident that killed her real brother or maybe made a promise to either her parents or her brother about not liking her.

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I don't know if Trash is confusing or if the writers want to make sure no clear signals are sent to give away NJ's husband. Yet. I get that Trash's mindset is completely protective and that he interacts with NJ as bro/sis. He is SO careful - he even made sure she had the stuffed seal on the anniversary date of her real brother's death and guarded her emotions to the max. But your theory that he may have caused the accident is interesting and certainly would support the protection he ofers with a lifelong guilt loyalty that would not easily be broken. Only today's phone convo with one of the not-eye-candy wealthy guys might hint at Trash's thoughts going beyond sister only, although brotherly love might induce the same reaction that "she's young" to ward off any encroaching romantic attention by another guy.

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Oppa is definitely in love with Na Jung, and I think he's having a hard time reciprocating those feelings because he's afraid to act out on it due to personal issues...? Whether it may be because of Na Jung's older brother or just because he doesn't want to strain their relationship... Idk. I have a hard time reading Oppa sometimes, he's quite a complex characters given the fact that he has so many layers and is so well rounded.

I'm crossing my fingers that it's nothing as tragic as him having anything to do with her real brother's death.

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That's an interesting line of thought...maybe Oppa feels some sort of responsibility toward his best friend's younger sister. And the cause of death of the real brother has not been revealed yet. So it might be part of the whole story to be revealed later. If Oppa does have romantic feelings toward Na Jung, then it would be a great story plot to have him overcome his fears to progress from oppa to OTP.

So, I've always been team oppa, and still am, since both he and Chil Bong are clearly the top two contenders. Although I find Chil Bong more and more appealing for Na Jung. So, my final take: Na Jung can have Chil Bong, and I'll take oppa, please. Win-win! :)

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Oh, I'm sure he likes her, and has for quite awhile. He's probably just distancing himself with a mantra he repeats 24/7: 'I'm her brother, I'm her brother, I'm her brother'. It's like the family has accepted him with open arms and treats him as one of their own, but he's more wary that there is a barrier. He's family, but he's not. He's not enough of the 'not' to like her, though.

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this episode was PROBABLY THE BEST ONE so far.
I love Chilbongie and he definitely made me proud in this episode. He's so cute and obvious to Na Jung, I feel like he's definitely giving her "feels" like he's giving to all his fan girls :)

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Team Chilbongie till the end. *-*
He's so sweet, I'm melting right now. I hope he gets the girl.

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Am I the only one who squeal through the entire episode? Where can I get a Chil Bong?? If that boy does not get na jung at the end, can I have him? lol

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I squealed too. Like a piglet.

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Me, toooooooooo!

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same!! drank too much coffee before and during the show... so i was screaming/jittering/squealing like a damned crazed person all through out.

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What if Trash's answer has nothing to do with liking Na Jung but he answered knowing that CB likes her?

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GF, thanks for the recap. Best episode yet.

I liked how both Trash and Na -Jung heard how desirable the other one was. Both of them became protective. Chilbongie is such a stud. He knows what he wants and is confident in his ability. Trash needs to step up his game or his going to be "caught looking " as that 3rd strike zips right past him.

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I think I am going to prefer 1994 to 1997... Jesus, Garbage and Chilbongie both get to me. I honestly don't know who to choose and who it will be!

I think that's why I prefer this series. 1997 was great, but deep down I knew that Shi Won and Yoon Jae would be together, so I really wasn't surprised at the finale. Both Tae Woong and Yoon Jae had their strengths, but I thought it was too obvious that Shi Won and the latter would get together due to their interactions and overall better chemistry. But this show... I just don't know. I honestly don't, and it drives me crazy (in a good way!). Not only are Garbage and Chilbongie not just good-looking, but oh my God they

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sorry, didn't finish! I'll wrap it up.

are so cute with Na Jung and their chemistry! I really hope both get a happy ending, even if not with Na Jung.

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I agree with what you say. Maybe the writers learned from 1997 since Tae Woong and Shi Won were a bit awkward for me because of the teacher-student thing and the I-was-in-love-with-your-deceased-sister thing. I loved both characters on their own and with others, though. That being said, I do look back on 1997 fondly.

I'll also add that another thing I like better about 1994 are the secondary characters. I just enjoy their whole dynamic as a group.

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I agree on the secondary characters;
This dynamic they have goin on in the boarding house is what makes for such great, hilarious moments. It feels so good to be able to watch them become a family.
Each person really has their own moment to shine.

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Agree with your comment on secondary characters. 1997 was also awesome about highlighting their secondary characters, but I can feel this group as solid as a family. That last picture of all of them hugging their pillow asking dad to keep the a/c on through the night is just so heart-tugging.

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Yeah, that relationship not only felt forced, but it was a bit sleazy feeling.

While I liked the friends in AM1997 - there was too much of the whole super fangirl thing which cut into scenes of everyday friendship/bonding.

AM1994 does a better job placing the emphasis on everyday life and the crew bonding/fighting with just the right amount of girl fandom.

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Team Chilbongie gets to rejoice... FINALLLLYY!! Every scene of his made me squeee and grin from ear to ear. While I loved that he put his d-bag sunbae in his place, I positively whimpered when he adopted the saturi dialect while conversing w/ NJ. NJ may have felt that he was pulling her leg or something but oh maaaan, this guy adores everything about her. oh, the CB-NJ FEEEELLSS!!

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In the scene with his douchey sunbae, I absolutely loved his reaction. More than his smile, more than his adoring looks at her, more than his swoony wooing, that crestfallen expression on his face when his sunbae was saying all those disgusting things about the girl he loves--that hits me the most in the heart. Ah, chills.

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Absolutely agree with you! Cam (comment #56) beautifully noted that it's YYS palpable (reactionary) vulnerable facial expressions of being unable to catch his crush's fancy that just get to me, if not most of us. When his vile sunbae was running his mouth off in regards to NJ, I was like, stopppp... just STAAAHHHHHHPP for my Chilbongie's sake! And, helloww CB's face in E8's final scene. ughhhh, this show will be the death of me.

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UGH WHY CAN'T THEY JUST BE AN OT3??

Chilbongieeeee!
This episode was ALL him. He was perfect and swoonworthy!
I LOVE his puppy crush and him tossing the ball to her.

Gah I've been waiting this whole time to see how they would bring him into the triangle as a real contender and holy moly that did it!
Everything he did in this episode was PERFECT!

I'm still Team Oppa by default but damn I'm going to enjoy the conflict! And yeah I can't be too upset when both boys are being flawless at the moment!

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Oh my god, I LOVE THEM ALL. At this point I don't even care who the respective girls end up with because I know they all stay together as a group in the end. That makes me the happiest of all!

I am so addicted to this show. When I'm not watching an episode I'm either looking for videos on YouTube or reading about it through blogs. Love love love it!

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Oh God, Team Chilbong ALL THE WAYYYY.

A great part of me says that chilbong is the husband by the clues given to us, but there's a little voice in my head that I might be wrong.

UGH.

Too much feels.

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On previous recap someone posted that if NJ choose CB, trash will always be oppa but if she choose trash, CB is not the kind of guy to hang around for years. Also the class rep/ co-employee said something about the husband's temper on the wedding video & CB just showed he got some:) could it be?!!!

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Thanks for the recap, it really was a perfect episode.
In every way.

All I could say was Cheesus H. Chilbonie the entire time.

From the phone call ordering 5o burgers, to
-------> BEING SHIRTLESS <-----------
with a giant "LOOK AT MEEEEEEEEEE!" sign,
to telling her he'd wait to take her home, to that damn can, followed by that damned shut-out and damned game ball toss.

Poor thing doesn't have a chance.

Remember in one of the 2013 scenes when CB steals NJ's coffee, he starts to talk about how innocent he was back then? They lock eyes, silence ensues, and there is a hint of NJ being disappointed in him.

My guess is not that she doesn't choose him when he pursues her, but that just when she was about to give her heart to him, he ends up entangled with another girl.

Seriously, as handsome, talented and popular as CB is, there will be fangirls and groupies throwing themselves at him. He will be waiting and waiting for NJ to come around, and I think he will cave to the temptation at exactly the wrong time. Maybe a "if you can't be with the one you love, honey, love the one you're with" situation. NJ will find out and no matter how much he begs, it'll be too late.

That is what my gut tells me.

Meanwhile - I do looooooove Oppa, but Haitai looks awfully good in 2013 with his smooth hair!

My guess with Oppa is he marries and divorces another girl. The discussion with the group at the house when CB talks about his parents divorcing hinted at that.

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I also noticed that in the 2013 scene at the kitchen table, NJ seemed disappointed with today's CB. I wondered if it meant that they married and the thrill was gone.

I'm excited that this show will keep us guessing about everyone until the end! And yes - Haitai is a hottie!

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Remember that the scene is in 2013 - almost 20 years has passed. Na Jeong and Chil Bong are already quite familiar with each other.

I think it was more like Chil Bong teasing Na Jeong, and when she didn't find it funny, he quickly changed the subject. That's what I think... To me it sounds like an old couple bickering.

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Aww, Chilbongie is super adorable with his sweet smiles. My heart twists for him because I'm Team Oppa but Chilbongie is too lovable.

I would also like to have a mystery on who Yoo Jin ends up with. Haitai is cool but I prefer Samcheonpo because like girlfriday, I love their bickering hate.

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Thanks for the recap!!!!

Chilbongie all the way!!!! How can others think of pairing Na Jeong with Trash, when Chilbong is there, with his charms, low profile (despite being a "national treasure"), sheepish smile, nice bod, great height: perfect in every sense.Come on, Na Jeong, open your eyes! Writernim, hope you see Chilbong's charms for Na Jeong!

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