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Triangle: Episode 2

Our foolhardy hero solidifies his role as a living gambling addiction commercial as he goes through hell and a little humiliation to bet it all and hopefully win it all, to mixed results. As we find out more about what makes Young-dal tick, the world that kept the three lost brothers apart grows steadily smaller and more intimate. There’s no doubt that they’re headed on a crash course for each other, even though something tells me that a tearful family reunion couldn’t be any further away.

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EPISODE 2 RECAP

After Jung-hee and Dong-soo get treated to the sight of Young-dal running for his life in his skivvies, we find him and his lady friend roughed up next to an open grave prepared especially for them by her cuckolded husband.

It’s the same man who was at Young-dal’s gambling table before, and even though he knows the young scamp well, he’s not about to show him mercy. Young-dal desperately pleads for his life to be spared, but ends up getting kicked into the grave anyway.

Young-dal keeps trying to scramble out of the hole even as the thugs start to bury him alive, but is saved when his local detective friend shows up.

Even though he’s covered in dirt and barely dressed, Young-dal is taken to meet Dong-soo. The two men are introduced as strangers, and Dong-soo gets right to the point: he wants Young-dal to act as an informant for him.

Young-dal’s immediate reaction is to decline—he knows that if he were to be discovered by the loan sharks he’s meant to spy on, he’ll end up stabbed.

Dong-soo gives him an uncomfortable smile as he adds a subtle threat that he can be much more frightening than knives, which gives Young-dal no choice but to reluctantly accept.

Since being back in his hometown stirs up old and painful memories, Dong-soo stops to pay his respects at the rock quarry where he once spread his father’s ashes, along with his two baby brothers.

Meanwhile, Young-dal is too busy feeling humiliated that the pretty casino greeter, Jung-hee, saw him running around town in bright red boxers to notice that buddy Jang-soo has joined him at the sauna.

At least Jang-soo has good news—while word has spread fast of Young-dal’s illicit love affair, his lady friend is the only one getting a bad rap from it.

However, Jang-soo’s demeanor turns serious when Young-dal asks him about Jung-hee, since it means his playboy friend is interested in her. He warns Young-dal in no kind words against laying a finger on a good girl like her, especially since she’s the sole breadwinner for her two younger brothers and grandmother, because both her parents are dead.

And Young-dal’s reaction to all that sad stuff is that he wants her even more now, and vows to make her his within the month. Before Jang-soo completely loses it, Young-dal reassures him that he was only joking. (Orrrr was he?)

Speaking of, Jung-hee tries proving herself as a potential dealer to one of her work unnis (a job she previously wasn’t good enough for), though she can’t help but ask if her friend knows Young-dal.

She does, but she couldn’t be more firm about warning Jung-hee away from a troublemaker like him. Maybe she’d be the type to listen to advice, but it becomes clear that Young-dal isn’t, since he makes a stop that night just to watch Jung-hee work from afar.

Chairman Go invites his self-proclaimed nemesis Dong-soo to a casual dinner in an attempt to call a cease fire to the war going on between them. Dong-soo accepts the drinks but not Chairman Go’s bullshit, as he goes into this long speech about why he’s a legitimate businessman and not the criminal Dong-soo thinks he is.

But when Dong-soo doesn’t buy it and opts to leave, Chairman Go resorts to threatening and blackmail: he has a file on Dong-soo’s life, including his friends and coworkers, and what looks like evidence that his cop buddies have been accepting underhand deals. Huh. Does this mean Dong-soo is corrupt too?

Young-dal has no luck trying to get his ban lifted at the fancy casino, and frets about how he’ll replenish the money he stole if he can’t bet big at a bigger casino.

Then an idea strikes—he can pretend to take up Dong-soo’s offer to become his informant in order to get Dong-soo to use his muscle to lift the ban. After all, he can’t get the intel Dong-soo wants if he can’t mingle with the bad guys.

Dong-soo promises to do what he can, while Young-dal pats himself on the back for a sucker well fooled. And in the end the tactic works, since Young-dal is allowed back into the casino.

Meanwhile, Jung-hee asks for an extension on paying back her overdue debt from Boss Yang, the small-time moneylender who happens to be Young-dal and Jang-soo’s employer.

At least he grants her a small reprieve, which is when Madame Jang finds them. Since she thinks she can make a buck off Jung-hee’s beauty and financial vulnerability, she takes on Jung-hee’s debt in order to lord power over her.

At the casino, Young-dal loses his first round of baccarat. Because he’s never one to bet safe, he ignores Jang-soo’s advice and decides to go all in for the next round, which means it’s now or never…

Cut to: Young-dal and Jang-soo leaving the casino with their heads down. Aw, they lost? While Young-dal is disappointed and low on funds, he equates himself to the great General Lee Soon-shin, who beat the odds in battle when his resources were few. Young-dal plans to do the same.

Jung-hee tries to scold her littlest brother Byung-soo against getting low grades in school, though her plan backfires when Byung-soo argues that he doesn’t need advice from a sister who constantly ranked lowest in her studies. Even Grandma agrees, hah.

Dinner is interrupted when Madame Jang pays a surprise visit in order to take a bewildered Jung-hee out for a chat. It’s there that Madame Jang shows that the deed to Jung-hee’s house (which she had to give to Boss Yang as collateral) is now hers.

And if Jung-hee doesn’t pay her debt back by next week, Madame Jang promises to seize her house. Jung-hee turns frantic, since there’s no way she can spontaneously sprout money by next week, which is when Madame Jang offers her an out (and in banmal, too): if Jung-hee comes to work for her, then she’ll forget about the money.

Jung-hee knows that Madame Jang’s underground casino is illegal, but the deal is too good to pass up on. If she becomes a dealer, not only will she earn three times what her old job paid, she’ll get enough tips to pay off her debt in three months. Will she take the deal?

So it turns out Shin-hye didn’t quite tell Dong-soo the truth when he asked about her husband, since we find the couple meeting formally only because they’re separated.

Her husband, HYUN PIL-SANG (Jang Dong-jik), gives her a necklace from his last business trip, and uncomfortably asks how much longer they’re to remain in relationship limbo, because they’ve been separated for two years and he’s tired of lying about it. He wants them to reconcile, but Shin-hye seems much more reluctant.

Shin-hye then goes to visit her father, Police Chief Hwang, who’s also been kept in the dark about the true state of her marriage. It seems hard on her to keep such a secret from him too, especially after he has a few drinks and sings her praises on becoming the police force’s top criminal profiler—not to mention marrying a good man.

She casts her eyes down uncomfortably every time her husband is mentioned, which makes it all the more bittersweet when her drunken father asks if she can do just one more thing: give him a grandchild. Aww.

After putting her father to bed, Shin-hye visits her old room and stares fondly at a picture of her and Dong-soo as children.

Dong-soo, meanwhile, stares at the very same picture and lets out a longing sigh before he spends the rest of the night brooding.

We find Chairman Go at an equestrian club for the super elite, where he meets a frightened-looking politician who he once helped to get elected. Now he’s trying to cash in on that favor, but Assemblyman Kim seems more keen on brushing Chairman Go off as long as possible.

In an unexpected twist, Chairman Go meets with Shin-hye’s husband, a long-time business associate whom he refers to as Director Hyun. When Chairman Go mentions that business isn’t so great these days, Director Hyun tells him about an upcoming deal between his group and what sounds like SeaWorld to create a luxury resort and casino on Yeonjongdo Island.

The projected profit margin is in the billions, and Chairman Go wants in. Fortunately (or not), Director Hyun is all too willing to help.

Jang-soo finds Young-dal watching a world championship poker tournament—something Young-dal does as often as he can. He knows everything about the game, and goes starry-eyed as he describes how the event is televised each year in the United States.

The best part? The jackpot is ten million dollars, which translates to an insane amount of Korean won. While Jang-soo dreams about all the things that kind of money could buy, Young-dal somberly adds, “It’s not just the money. You become an international star. Entering that competition is my dream.” Aw.

Even Jang-soo’s surprised that the great Heo Young-dal has a dream, which is a reaction Young-dal seems weary of hearing. “Even if everyone in this town calls me a thug or a piece of trash, I have a dream of my own. You just wait and see, I’m going to enter that competition and become the champion.”

Shin-hye is called to look at a crime scene the next day, and while the police seem to think that the dead prisoner committed suicide by hanging himself, Shin-hye thinks it was murder and points out all the logistical reasons why.

News of the crime scene reaches Dong-soo’s team, though they’re more preoccupied with having fun. Dong-soo is the only one not interested in their reindeer games, and it’s funny how Kang Jin and the guys are so used to Dong-soo angrily chucking things at them that their dodge reflex is just instinctual now.

Dong-soo’s boss brings Shin-hye to the office, and introduces her to Dong-soo as part of the Forensic Crime Unit. But she stops Dong-soo’s boss from going further into the introductions as she explains that she knows Dong-soo well.

And when he’s asked how he and Shin-hye know each other, Dong-soo just says that it’s too long of a story. Regardless, his boss tells him that his team is needed for the recent murder case, since the dead man was busted by them only a year ago. (I could be wrong, but it seems like this is/was the boss whose buried money Young-dal borrowed stole.)

Once they’re alone, Dong-soo asks Shin-hye what she ended up telling the internal affairs bureau about him, and is relieved when she admits that she didn’t say anything about him needing psychiatric treatment.

But she doesn’t hesitate to remind him that he still requires treatment—and if he doesn’t feel comfortable allowing her to do it, she’ll find him a doctor who can. Plus, she’ll keep it a secret from the bureau.

Madame Jang calls Young-dal to her casino to play against a mysteriously wealthy new gambler in a game of poker. The player is none other than Yoon Yang-ha, the youngest of the three brothers, and the fact that he keeps winning is making The House uncomfortable.

Just to play things safe, Madame Jang decides to switch out the dealer at Yang-ha’s table just as Young-dal buys into the game. As fate would have it, the new dealer turns out to be Jung-hee.

She doesn’t look up to recognize the boys, but Jang-soo and Young-dal obviously recognize her. She also catches the interest of the aloof Yang-ha, who can’t help but smile as he studies her face.

While Dong-soo and his team eat at the smarmy ajumma’s restaurant, one of his detectives reports new findings on their murder case: Dong-soo’s informant in Sabuk, Young-dal, paid multiple visits to the victim in prison.

It’s been two hours at the poker table, and Young-dal hasn’t been very lucky. He wonders to himself whether he’s been losing because of Yang-ha’s skill, or because he got thrown off by Jung-hee’s sudden appearance. Whatever the case, the honeymoon phase is now over between them. She done messed with this gambling luck.

Young-dal throws more chips in the pot to “race” Yang-ha’s bet, which earns an arrogant chuckle out of the younger man. Yang-ha can’t hold it in anymore and corrects Young-dal at the table, since he’s been saying “race” instead of “raise” the entire game. Aww, how mean.

Poor Young-dal hides his humiliation (especially in front of Jung-hee) and brings everyone’s attention back to the game. Both he and Yang-ha keep raising each other’s bets, now stuck in a personal competition, even though Young-dal thinks he has the upper hand. Then again, he’s been wrong before.

When Yang-ha declines to make any further bets, Young-dal assumes it’s because he doesn’t have a good hand and decides to go all in… which plays exactly into Yang-ha’s plan.

He calls Young-dal on his bet, which means he is confident about his hand—he just bluffed so that Young-dal would bet all his money. And even though Yang-ha’s pair doesn’t amount to much, Young-dal is forced to fold. He was bluffing the whole time, and he lost.

With no money left, Young-dal has to leave the casino. But his noir film inner monologue rolls on to say how he could feel Jung-hee’s eyes on the back of his head, along with his own humiliation.

Madame Jang pays Jung-hee for the night, but surprises her new employee with a task not originally in her job description—she’s being paid extra because Yang-ha wants her to go out for drinks with him. She reassures Jung-hee that no prostitution is involved, but the girl seems unconvinced.

Yang-ha does end up waiting outside the casino for her in a very expensive car, but Jung-hee shuts him down quickly by saying that she doesn’t meet with customers outside of work.

And then Yang-ha does the unexpected by respecting her decision, even if he’s extra flippant about it. He drives off just like that, leaving a slightly bewildered Jung-hee behind.

Jang-soo is fuhreaking out about how they’re going to replace the money they stole now that they’ve blown it all, to which Young-dal replies that they can just take even more money to win it all back. Oy vey.

Young-dal’s local detective buddy has been looking for him to ask about his prison visits with his big boss, Do Ki-chan. Mostly, he wants to know whether Young-dal saw any red flags that would’ve led to Ki-chan’s suicide.

Young-dal’s eyes grow wide when he hears that he now owes money to a ghost. He does a terrible job of hiding his excitement as he asks over and over again whether Do Ki-chan is really dead and not that kind of horror-movie dead where they get back up again. Haha.

He’s ecstatic as he tells Jang-soo the news, because it means that all the money they didn’t steal is now theirs. Poor Young-dal is even relieved, since he doesn’t have to worry about paying back what he didn’t have.

Jang-soo calls him out on being too happy over their boss’ death, a moral quandary that Young-dal pushes aside as fast as he can with a hasty explanation that no amount of sadness can bring the dead back. Besides, they’ve got lives to live.

The other warning Young-dal chooses to ignore is that the money didn’t belong to Do Ki-chan, but to some men in the Philippines. He’s not worried though, since he’s sure wanted men would never be able to get into Korea anyway. He’s right. What could ever go wrong?

At least it’s only after they dig up and take the money that a mysterious man comes upon the ransacked site. Uh oh.

The boys then haul the huge bags of dough up to their hideout, and lose the ability to contain themselves when they get their hands on the bills. “We’re rich, Jang-soo!” Young-dal all but screams, as they throw what must be millions and millions of dollars up into the air. “We’re rich!”

 
COMMENTS

Awww. With all the geniuses running around dramaland lately, it’s easy to lose sight of the plight of the middle man, the kind who can’t execute a meticulously planned, multi-generational takedown of the status quo because he’s honestly just not smart enough.

And you know what? That’s okay. It’s actually refreshing to have a lead character who doesn’t have all the right answers all the time (or ever), who’s reckless to the point of insanity, and so fixated on his dream that he refuses to let himself stop and think long enough lest he end up talking himself out of it. Young-dal makes it a point to tamp down unsavory emotions in favor of what makes him happier—though whether he knows he’s intentionally fooling himself or not is anyone’s guess.

Up until the moment where he stared starry-eyed at a world championship poker tournament, I couldn’t quite get a read on Young-dal. Was he supposed to just be young and wild? Completely carefree and stupid? It’s amazing how relatable someone becomes once you know what they want—and Young-dal, like most of us, just wants to be known for something. He just happened to pick a dream that requires an ability he doesn’t seem to possess. No big deal.

More than anything though, my curiosity is piqued to know what exactly tore our three brothers apart to the point where they completely forgot each other. Young-dal and the even younger Yang-ha I can maybe understand, but Dong-soo seems old enough to remember. Even if both parents died tragically, wouldn’t the brothers remember being separated into different homes? It’ll be interesting to see how the trio’s relationships as strangers develops, because if they each inherited only one common trait, it’d probably be mental instability. And okay, maybe their exceptionally good looks. But mostly the crazy.

 
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The second episode was definitely better than the first one.

"t’s actually refreshing to have a lead character who doesn’t have all the right answers all the time (or ever), who’s reckless to the point of insanity"

This sort of anti-hero is a one of a kind in most of K-dramas. The crude reality of someone so messed is something that draws you in. Like you can't wait to see him can do better.

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On other note, claps claps to Jaejoong. His portrait of the character is natural and consistent. His acting specially in the scenes that push the character to the cliff are pretty good. The last scene specially: Young-dal's mad happiness.

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I was shocked by the first scene -the one in the open cave. Jaejoong got thrown around pretty hard there. I'm surprised they didn't use a double or something. Like his eyes were all red because all the dirt that got in

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Well, seems like he is putting effort in giving the viewers a believable scene. It's good he doesn't live in a cloud and is willing to do it. It speaks high about him actually.

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See, now THIS deserves to be called improvement (I saw bits of Protect the Boss to check out his acting, he's really come a long way).

It's a standard I wish some fans of other idol actors who haven't displayed half as good a performance as Jaejoong did here, would hold their own biases to, before shouting from the rooftops that oppa/unnie has 'improved' because he's gone from reciting the lines from a script, to actually trying (and failing) to generate a facial expression at the same time.

I'm not saying JJ is the new Joo-won, far from it - but I do believe in giving credit where credit is due, and if he worked on his acting, it's paid off.

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Thanks so much for the recap HeadsNo2 . It's as entertaining as ever :)

What can I say? The mess that is YoungDal has gotten my attention. He irks me and I want to slap him and put some sense on him every time he loses money so carelessly again and again, but I can't help but also feel sympathetic towards him. He is a mess. Yes. but a mess with a dream, a mess with no actual malice other that the induced by his gambling addiction.

I´m starting to feel so connected to him. I just want him to better.

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Aish I don't know how my comment to the overall episode ended up here. Sorry about that.

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I know what you mean (-_-) When fangirls go "Oh my oppa improved!" when their oppas went actually from "disastrous" to "really bad" I am like "meh~ shut up. Your oppa is still bad"

I never found Jaejoong bad at acting. He wasn't exceptionally good from the start either, but he's always been capable of portraying a believable character in the end. So when I Jaejoong is improving I mean he went from "so-so" to "good" to "pretty good: natural and consistent". He still has a long way to go, but so do other good actors who need expierence to expand themselves.
He got the looks, the talent and the work ethic. He can go very far if he puts his mind on it.

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He is certainly doing much better than Im Seulong, who is busy stinking up Hotel King.

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He's doing really well here, no doubt about that. I hate when lead roles go to people who were clearly not chosen for their talent and can't do justice to a role. But he's really made the role his own - and he even makes his pretty face and skinny physique work for the character.

I hope he keeps it up, because this is good work and if he plays it right, it'll be a performance to be proud of.

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Agreed with this and everyone above. I was very worried before this started, having seen almost all of his works before this, but he really improved these last two years.

Plus, with Lee 'Idol Whisperer' Beom Soo there (bless the person who came up with that name), he'll leave the series even better.

I still need to see more to call it, but so far, I'm more hopeful than I was when this started. His portrayal of Dong Cheol is spot on.

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The Idol Whisperer?!

**spits water all over screen**

Bless whoever came up with that. It's so true, though they've hardly had any scenes together yet. Can't wait for the eventual discovery of their relationship, too.

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@pogo, it was user Aigoooo here, in the post about Jae Joong's casting. It was so good I told them I will spread the awesome from now on. Ahaha.

They didn't have that much time in 'Dr. Jin' either, but I'm hoping for some nice brotherly bonding here. Which will inevitably be crushed eventually, since this is melo, but still. This is all about these three guys and their man-pain (and hotness), so seeing them together is pretty much the appeal.

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LOL! Idol Whisperer. That's hilarious. Haven't seen Jaejoong's works before but it's nice to hear when an idol is credited for improvement in skills. Hopefully he'll do even better in the future. I had no issue with his acting here...he justifies his role.

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All these comments are making me want to watch this show! Okay fine, I'll do it. :D

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I'd like him kicked in the teeth and then re-buried. The way he blackmailed that woman was trashy. And it takes two to tango, so he was as culpable as her in that fair, possibly more so since he's got magic charm.

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yeah i wonder too why dong soo don't remember anything about his bro

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Well, it's been more than 20 years since they last saw each other plus they all have different names now.
They probably think of their other brothers at times, but they have their own worries as it is now. I guess they don't even have much hope to find each other again.

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Thanks for recap ^^
anticipating this drama so much..

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What's with all of the pink lips though? Does Triangle have the same makeup artist as Heirs?

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LOL maybe they are cold?

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I was waiting for this! Thanks for recap.
Finally YoungDal and YangHa have met. I'm looking forward the love triangle.

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So this drama is about three long-lost brothers fighting over the same girl?

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Two fighting over the same girl. The oldest has two girls who will probably be fighting over him. Triangles everywhere.

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I think Youngdal for now will be young and wild until he truly deeply fall in love with Junghee and she will make him change into a better person! Im waiting how the story will go in the next episode

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I smell tragedy for the end. The way Youngdal is currently living his life won't come without consequences. He will probably want to change for the better because of love, but his sins will follow him even then.

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He hasn't killed anybody so I still have hopes for a happy ending for him and his lady.
I'm an eternal romantic!
And they better not kill off his character or they will have to answer to his fans... They are known to be pretty scary!
Besides Jajoong is doing an outstanding job.
this role was taylored for him and I totally love him!

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I wish people would tone it down with the "fan comments". Seriously who cares what the fans want? It is about telling a compelling story and that means not being afraid of letting go of characters who have fulfilled their mission. It is WAY to early to tell what end they have in mind for the brothers. I want to believe that it will be something truly inspiring and not cliché. If you let the fans decide this will degenerate into a cheap fanfic so....forget about fans for like a minute yes?

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Welcome back to recapland Heads! Yes I know this isn't your first recap since The Accident, but I haven't finished watching DS so am avoiding all spoilers keke.

My interest in the show increased quite a bit after ep.2, where I found big bro's interactions with his co-workers hilarious, middle bro's reckless tendency to dig his own grave intriguing (ok, so the grave was physically dug up *for* him by others, but that's not the point), and the third bro a complete mystery.

I also love Young-dal's relationship with buddy/sidekick Jang-soo, and love even more that Jang-soo is not only the more sensible guy, he's also the more *moral* guy. This is because I've always been annoyed by the kind of K-drama hero who's just better than everyone in EVERYTHING. Young-dal is no genius, and should he eventually "succeed", it'd be because of his strong willpower, his relentlessness.

Aside from our intriguing leads, I do hope the show will maintain its humor going forward. An intense melodrama is great, but an intense melodrama that makes me laugh from time to time? What more can I ask?

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Welcome to the Youngdal’s-Jangsoo club!
Haha I love their friendship, though I find it a biit unfair. Jangsoo doesn't do other thing than follow Youngdal around and do as he pleasses even if it goes against his will.
I hope the writers tell as a bit more of the beginnings of their friendship. It would help to explain a JS´s beheavior.

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with all the spectacularly awful series Heads has been stuck with recapping lately, I really, really hope her run of bad luck is at an end and this turns out to be good all the way.

Like you, I'm absolutely hooked by the three brothers and the mystery surrounding how they got this way. And I do love the Young-dal/Jang-soo bromance, it's cute and appropriate that Jang-soo is the more moral of the two, especially given Young-dal's tendencies.

(and yes to more laughs! I'm not asking for red boxers every episode, but letting up on the melo from time to time is a good move)

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Aww young-dal is like a little puppy. In seriously hoping for some bromance between him and dong soo!!

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And we have a second episode that struck just the right note in establishing our world and characters - I especially appreciated the extra insights into Shin-hye and Young-dal (and also the look at our resident Candy's family). I hope this drama stays on track - for a melo, it's doing a fine job of balancing it out with humour and even some mystery (so many questions!) even if it's approaching its setup in a different way that I expected. It's also well paced, I never felt it dragging so props for that.

I'm still curious about why and how they got separated and renamed and why Dong-soo appears to have no hope of finding his dongsaengs, but Lee Beom-soo is the perfect person to play him. I know we all expressed confusion over how they'd all play brothers, but the funny thing is, with the hair styles they have, he and Jaejoong actually start to look a bit alike! And YES to the note about our hero (both of them, really) being a welcome break from the glut of geeenius heroes of dramaland lately. Dong-soo and Young-dal are both terrible on the impulse control front and suffer the consequences of poor decisionmaking, and it's actually kind of great to have protagonists who actually will have to evolve over the course of this show beyond the usual 'cold chaebol melted by Candy' bit (that role went to Yang-ha, it seems).

I know I also expressed doubts about Jaejoong's performance before this drama came out, but I'm impressed at his acting here. It's no small feat to make a viewer feel sympathy towards a character who pretty much has none of the trappings of a hero (besides Jaejoong's good looks) and behaves the way he does. But he's engaging and natural in the role, and even his pretty-boy face is easily acknowledged and woven into the character - and it doesn't make him any less of a loser, is what I love.

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...(contd.) ...He also held his own with Lee Beom-soo in their brief scene together, which is not bad at all, though LBS seems to have this improvement effect on all the idols he works with, lol - remember Yoona?

As for Baek Jin-hee, like I said before, she's totally Candy. But she's a good enough actress that while I'm watching, I can keep my attention on the character and not the cliche she represents, unlike in the case of the other drama in this time slot. I feel like her story will be predictable, but she has good enough potential sparkage with both Yang-ha and Young-dal to keep me hooked. And I do like that the drama much makes it clear that Young-dal's hooked because she's pretty, not because she saved a puppy and called him names or was a childhood love or any such thing. (and I love that his loser tendencies make him look like an idiot in front of her too).

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I guess that other than the pretty Youngdal is attracted because he can somewhat relate to her? She is too someone that lost both parents, but that was strong enough to stand up and work hard for his brother and grandmother. He probably sees in her the good he nor his brothers couldn't achieve.

Yangha on the other hand may be attracted (of course) to the pretty too, but also by the same feel of relate-ness. She likes and knows how to take care of troublesome people after all.

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yeah, but the instant attraction he felt on seeing her at work was pretty much purely based on visuals (she also gave off this aura of being completely removed from the world of people like him despite being from roughly the same social class - i.e. poor people).

I do agree that he finds her more interesting after that because she's the good girl taking care of her family,though - he clearly says as much to Jang-soo.

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Is there anyone in any Korean drama that did NOT lose one or both parents (or they get killed, like in Angel Eyes)?

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pretty sure the leads of Goong, Boys Over Flowers and a bunch of other dramas did retain both parents

But I certainly see what you mean about dead/absent parents, they're a pretty common factor in storytelling everywhere. I mean, I didn't see Harry Potter with a living parent, did you?

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I guess I should have clarified what I said.

Sometimes characters actually do have parents - but usually the parents that DO live are evil. :P

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Well, the 50+ weekend family dramas sometimes show a good set of parents.

And I agree with Pogo. Dead parents, mean parents or step-parents are pretty common archetypal narrative types everywhere. But I guess since so much about Korean culture centers around the family they seem more prominent in their dramas.

When I think about this subject I go back to Disney. How many orphan or one parent characters do they have? Motherless: Bambi, Nemo, Belle, Jasmine, Pocahontas
Fatherless: Dumbo, Simba, Tiana
Orphan: Mowgli, Lilo, Cinderella, Snow White, and of course Peter Pan and his posse.

Of course, this is what I can remember of the top of my head. And I haven't seen Frozen. I decided to let it go.

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I feel like she comes off a little cold? But that fits with her character, so the way she spoke didn't bother me.

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Well said, pogo!

My greatest interests also lie in the backstory of how the brothers separated and came to be what they are, the reunion that will happy, and as Orion said above, a segment of them all bonding and making up for lost time as brothers. Looking forward to the shared man-pain.

I also like how you mentioned that the brothers look similar....the main drama poster did a good job encapsulating that...the three actors do look related. And that they have a common thread of mental instability between them is very much an exciting thing to explore here.

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Y'know who Baek Jin-hee is reminding me of? Park Shin-hye from Heirs. Am I the only one who thinks that?

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I can definitely see some resemblance in the look and general Candy type they're playing, but so far at least BJH's character has shown more of a spine than poor PSH was allowed to display in Heirs.

(of course, I will change my mind if Jung-hee turns out to have nothing to do in future episodes but get treated badly by her love interests and cry).

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When I saw some of the publicity shots at first, I thought it was PSH, and perhaps that added a bit of negative reaction to the show for me even though I soon figured out that it was not her.

For a funny take on the "sameness" of so many Korean girls, see this http://www.ibtimes.com/miss-korea-2013-contestants-they-all-look-alike-because-makeup-not-plastic-surgery-1229161

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for all her perceived flaws, I'm pretty sure Park Shin-hye has never had plastic surgery.

And I saw that article months ago. Of course Miss Korea contestants often have plastic surgery, but in another set of images taken of them without makeup, they didn't look anywhere near as alike as they did when they were done up for the show. So to that extent at least, they are right.

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As the article I linked to points out that even if they do look different, that there is a definite sameness and lack of imagination and variety about the makeup.

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Isn't that a general condition of the pageant 'look', though? Even my home country's local Miss ______ pageants have all the girls in the same makeup and I could swear they even try to turn them all the same colour using foundation (and plastic surgery is not prevalent there the way it is in SK), it's pretty stupid.

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Oh, I totally agree. It is not just Korea. But I have to admit that I have a huge dislike for the whole beauty pageant thing anyway so I am probably pretty biased.

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Thanks so much for the recap HeadsNo2 . It’s as entertaining as ever :)

What can I say? The mess that is YoungDal has gotten my attention. He irks me and I want to slap him and put some sense on him every time he loses money so carelessly again and again, but I can’t help but also feel sympathetic towards him. He is a mess. Yes. but a mess with a dream, a mess with no actual malice other that the induced by his gambling addiction.

I´m starting to feel so connected to him. I just want him to better.

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He irks me and I want to slap him and put some sense on him every time he loses money so carelessly again and again

Yeah, that's me too. I guess that at least shows we're engaged with the character, which is a good thing - otherwise, all I'd be feeling is mild irritation.

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It doesn't irk me because I've seen that in several instances that people addicted to gambling will keep going back despite amassing so many losses. That idea of not knowing when they will hit jackpot lures them. I just see it as an addiction problem....one that would be good if he worked on stopping slowly.

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With a gambling addiction - just like a booze addiction - you cannot "stop slowly". And typically, even if they do actually win some huge jackpot, they will blow it away, and/or lose it right back.

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I agree. His addiction to gambling what I find most compelling about the character and so far it seems to be depicted fairly realistically. An addiction to gambling, like many other additions, often has its roots in trauma and some kind of physical, emotional or sexual abuse in childhood. Winning or losing is actually immaterial to the type of gambler Young-dal is because there is something underneath driving his extremely risky behaviour. He not only is a bad, as in not smart, gambler but he blackmails a terrified woman he's been having an affair with and steals money from very dangerous men to feed his addiction.

He has said several times, "I'm so embarrassed" or "It's embarrassing" or "I'm so humiliated". His risky behaviour shames and humiliates him but he keeps on doing it compulsively. So just like Dong-soo is dealing with intermittent explosive disorder and anger and Yang-ha with fear, perhaps of abandonment, Young-dal obviously has issues around shame and humiliation. He keeps gambling etc because he feels shame about either things he's done or things done to him, probably both. The risky behaviour simultaneously connects him to that shame and explains why he's feeling ashamed.

Let's face it, they all need therapy from Ms Psychiatrist because stuff like this doesn't resolve itself with a tearful family reunion or meeting one's own true love (except in K-dramaland of course). Whatever has happened to the Jang brothers has left them pretty royally screwed up!

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as much as i'm a jyj fan to begin with...i always had problems with jae joong acting..somehow he look awkward in his character and i'm seeing jaejoong acting the character and not the character himself..he lacks that naturality..therefore i'm quite worried when his role in triangle is quite big and challenging..i've heard many dissing on him and i wouldn't want it anymore..
but omg yes...he proves that he worth being an actor..and this 2 episodes of triangle really change my perception..here i see heo young dal..not jae joong..his expression,way of speaking all has improved tremendously..good job kjj..hope that you continue evolving..we have another 22 more episodes..pls stay awesome or be even better...
on the other hand...i can't wait for the loveline between yeong dal and jung hee...they look so cute together...but heck even yeong dal and the ahjumma looks good..lol
cant wait for the next episode..:)

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Ooh..i think you got it spot on. The moment Young Dal's dream of winning a poker championship was revealed I finally understood his insane passion for gambling ( a bit...)
And finally, we have one drama where the long-lost relative/lover etc is unable to recognise the other party immediately.I always find it weird that after so many years, they can easily reunite...

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"And finally, we have one drama where the long-lost relative/lover etc is unable to recognise the other party immediately.I always find it weird that after so many years, they can easily reunite…"
Exactly.

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Thanks for the recap, i think Heads you nailed it for me. I wasn't liking the character up until I saw how Youngdal can stand for the anti-hero, the anti...genius? He's definitely not got a lot of sense in him, but they managed to make it cute by playing on his crush on Junghee, and I must admit I'm shipping it already.

The best kind of loser is one you actually feel like rooting for, and Jaejoong is on his way to a good job.

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I have no opinions on BJH so far except that she does look pretty, I really hope to see more character development and hopefully more cute scenes... The other ladies in the show aren't working for me though, sadly - There's too much disconnect in Shinhye from Kim So Hyun's short but wonderful turn to the present-day Oh yeon soo... She's just down and almost lifeless in every scene for me. And Madame Jang, I can't get past her awkward accent.

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I have a different opinion regarding Madame Jang...I really enjoy listening to her accent lol

As for Jaejoong, I am soooo pleasantly surprised here! he has improved a lot! I love him here :)

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This drama feels and looks like All In and Swallow the Sun. The styles of the director and screenwriter have not changed at all. I like the feeling but I am a bit tired of this plot, especially when I have watched pretty many dramas of this screenwriter. That innocent girl who wants to be a dealer in a casino, ughhhhh!!! Why does it always have to be this kind of girl?

I found the two first episodes rather boring. A lot of things happened but it all seemed a bit slow, a lot of questions but it all seems old fashioned like in all other dramas made before this. I mean, pretty easy to guess what's going to happen next if there are no surprises. (I hope there will be).

For once I would have preferred childhood episodes which I always dislike but in this drama it would have been interesting and maybe given more depth to each brother's character. It would be good to know them better before they clash for the story not to turn out too messy. But this is just my opinion.

It will be interesting to start guessing how this all will play out, maybe the youngest brother will end up working with the bad guys, he seems kind of slimy and wicked to me. Jaejoong and the detective will be in one team. A love triangle between the innocent girl, jaejoong and the youngest brother...

The detective bores me the most with the childhood love story on the background. I like flashy characters more so I like how Jaejoong's character seems to have no shame. Yet, he was proud enough not to request money from the detective but asked him to lift the ban so he could play. It seems like game is the most important thing for him in life (he probably doesn't have anything else but that passion for the game). The only thing what made him slow down and concentrate was that poker tournament. I wouldn't be surprised if he ended up playing there, in America, against the youngest brother. He lost the first game (and along with that his face in front of the sweet girl)so I am sure there will be many more. This makes me wonder where will the eldest brother stand. In my opinion he feels like an extra but who knows, this is only the beginning.

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Well, the girl had to be good. You have the young cheabol with his mental inestability problems and the messed up gangster with his messed up life.
There's not other way they could have feel attracted to her in the long run (after the first impression) and the girl is not too naive/helpless ... that's good.

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I don't see why the girl must be the certain good sweet type. (except that it's the type koreans love the most and would like to advertise).

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"That innocent girl who wants to be a dealer in a casino, ughhhhh!!! Why does it always have to be this kind of girl?"

it's so obvious that you didn't watch 'all in' and 'swallow the sun' properly because the girls in that prev dramas are diff than the girl in triangle.

for 'all in', the girl has no dream at all to be a dealer in casino.
for 'swallow the sun' the girl is not even work as a casino dealer but she works as art director and its her dream to be the art director.

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the point was a girl who wants to work in a casino but a sweet type of girl.

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'Edit comment' would be a nice feature.

anyway, the point was a sweet good girl (like the previous girls both were...) and not a girl whose dream is to work in a casino.

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it's okay

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Thank you for the recap. I used to read your recap so I am very happy that you wrote the recap for episode 2 ^^. I am putting aside as I'm Jaejoong's fan and seriously I hardly watch melodrama as it strike to me it will boring.

So far, the storyline is well-paced and I am looking forward to the next episode.

Triangle Fighting!

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I've tried, I've tried, I've tried to watch this..but I can't get past the convenient way folks don't recognie each other or even ask for their informant's names. It's just infuriating because ...well, real life cops ...and real life brothers...would ... ah me! My patience with this.....not good.

Thanks for the recap, though. I might just read the recaps for this and avoid watching.

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Hmm the brothers have been living separated lives for more than 20 years and they all use different names now. Actually, it would have been weird if they could recognize each other right away.

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I actually liked it better that there wasn't any instant recognition, it's been long enough and middle bro was a child when he got cut loose - recognising each other would be unrealistic, especially given the name changes on the younger two.

And yeah, our cop is operating in a super faulty way. Though for me, that's more about beating the crap out of suspects and running arrests without due process, than knowing his informant's name - and he does find out that. But I guess it's not your cup of tea, and I can see why.

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Would it make more sense if they recognize each other after 20 years?

I dont think so.

And may be you missed the part where Dong-soo and Young-dal meet for the first time they are introduced to each other. Just remember that Young-dal is not his real name.

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I am with you there. I only watched about 2/3 of episode 1, but a lot of people seemed to like it, so gave ep2 a try - and ended up fast forwarding nearly 90% of it. I guess I am just not in the mood right now for seeing a show where virtually EVERYONE is a total loser in life. Too depressing.

And as a side note, I really wish that k-dramas would not try to portray Poker games - they always do such a horrible job of it. Half the time they don't even get the terms right, and in one show the dealer was actually dealing in the wrong direction.

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don't worry about the 'poker games' part since the writer and director for this story are quite pro in the rules and regulation for the games. they are not like other dramas who test and try to put 'poker games' in drama.
and its not their first time to make poker games as a background in their drama. remember 'all in'?

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Even in "All In" there was the error of calling Poker "gambling", but that is a pretty common misconception. And I have to admit that I did not care for it and skipped a lot.

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it's a misconception and some people have diff view about it. But they dont have a problem at all in practical like other kdramas who test and try to put 'poker games' in the story.

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Well, not everyone is a 'TOTAL loser in life'. Only the middle brother is total mess with a messed up life, but he still has a dream. I think that what keeps people here interested is that they are as real as one can be. They are people with issues, but somehow it's understandable due to their past. I believe it will be interesting to see how all of this ends... maybe they will find out a better way of life by the end.

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? I don't know but I have a feeling some people are just yacking about things they actually have not seen and saying things that kinda don't match the drama....er...did some just read the recaps and made opinions based on that? and then act like they actually saw an episode? Hope I'm wrong cause that would be really sad....and kind of risable.

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I'll be following this. Thanks for the recap HeadsNo2.

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I like YoungDal:) Sometimes I would slap him (when lose money), but I can't hate, because he is so good-hearted without hostility...
Just now I saw who writer is (IRIS), and it worries me, because I don't want bad ending for YoungDal and JungHee, because I feel tragedy from him how he lives. PLEASE, please just HAPPY END (no death for 5 lead characters)!!!

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Hello dear Reviewers, not wanting to be rude but.... where is the "New Leaf" recap? Awww.... I've been waiting for it day and night...

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I like this drama in general.

I like how realistic it is, if you havent seen your bother for 20 years, would you recognize him? instead of the total unrealistic aproach where they instantly know who they are, I like how they play with the way the meet.

Dong-soo looking at Young-dal that way like saying oh this piece fo trash
Or the younger one humiliating Young-dal oh this stupid thug...

I do wonder if the oldest 2 still remember they have brothers because they were old enough to remember.

and I dont like how the psychiatrist /profiler wants to medicate everyone. But again, adding to the realistic feel of the drama, i Loved how she suggest that if he isnt comfortable enough with her she could recomend a college. By ethics, you dont treat famlly or friends

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Heads, you're on a roll with the recaps. Take it easy....heal first, recap later, haha.

I like this drama. It doesn't exactly make me want more immediately since it's just the exposition, but there's enough curiosity for me to continue. More than anything, I'm in it for Lee Beom Soo.

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thanks for the recaps! ^^
yes i'm a happy fangirl to see what jaejoong has been doing here.
so far so good.

everything about Sabuk is new to me, so i'm quite surprised to see there is such actual place. That's why i also wonder what kind of job Oh Jung Hee is doing, standing up for a long time until her legs hurt because of wearing heels, doing hand gesture left and right? is there such actual job?
anyways i'm glad she's no longer have to stand alone in that parking gate, since she becomes the new dealer (but still standing nonetheless???).

i just want to point out here that the additional/supporting characters mostly also giving this drama many interesting aspects. i'm cracking when Dong Soo's team teases him to buy them food LOL... i love the police team!!!
this drama i think point out the most about humanisms, human relationships, that's might be what also draws me in.

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Jung Hee was directing traffic. I think there was some construction work there, on the road. Perhaps the casino hired her to point drivers around to it. She has been wanting to work there, so I guess this is the best she could do, since it's a luxurious place and she a rookie.

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I'm one that thinks that this can be a really interesting drama. They have so much to work with. So many stories they can tell with 3 brothers. And if they do it right, it will become a very enjoyable drama for me. A drama does not need to overload my senses to get me to enjoy it. We have plenty of dramas of that kind. More than what happens at the end, I want to know more about these people.

Anyways for now, I am trusting that we are barely getting to know them. I am hoping these stories will have had some thought put behind them. I like what you said about the heroes not being perfect. And still, I can actually like them and want to root for them.

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I can´t wait for the new episode!!! C:
Thanks so much for the review.
I really like this drama. I love the characters and their interactions with each other. And I LOVE how the other two brothers humiliate Young-Dal, but at the same time I feel sympathetic about him.
I don´t know, I´m really enjoying this drama.

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Thank you for the recap Heads. ^^

I really found it so funny how Young Dal was not even worried about the fact that he almost died, buried alive at that, but felt humiliated instead that Jung Hee witnessed his most embarrassing moment. His reaction was so hilarious and cute, I think it reflects his carefree personality. I am so curious too about the story of how the brothers got separated because Dong Soo mentioned in the previous epi that he has no family left in Sabuk, which made me think it's either he believes his brothers are no longer alive or he has no idea they are still alive. This epi was definitely better than the previous. :)

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The eldest brother remembers he has brothers for sure. There's even a flashback scene on this episode. I'm not sure about the other 2 though. They were pretty young.

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I know that, what I meant was whether Doong Soo knows his brothers are still alive (after their separation). No story yet of the separation so the answer is still unclear. ~ Thanks for replying btw. :)

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Looking forward to watching this and can't wait to see Baek Jin Hee shine again. She always adds a nice layer to her characters--she even made me feel sympathy for the evil that was Danasiri in Empress Ki numerous times so the girl's got it.

Looks like the brothers have met. I wonder how Yang Ha will meet Dong Soo, now...hmm. And aww Young-Dal with a dream. I do imagine that someone with such a bad rap in the neighborhood, having people basically say "stay away!" at the mention of his name, must really want to prove all the nay-sayers wrong...even if the nay sayers have a point.

It looks like all three brothers have something they can work on in personality as well as mentally. Addiction, Anger, and Anxiousness...? Good luck, ya'll.

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Anger, Addiction, and Anxiety**** whoops, lol.

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So ummm.... Jaejoong is the lead in this drama, not LBS?!!!!
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Hmm..I dont think so.. the three brother are the lead all together. But this 2 episode the plot more involving the 2nd bro. The third bro also dont have much screen time yet. Cant wait to watch the 3rd episode.

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According to the cast list at the ending screen of the drama,Jaejoong is the lead,LBS is the second.But I think they both are the vital roles that lead the whole drama.

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I thought it was LBS because all of the casting news were centred on him, so I was surprised by how much screen time Young Dal got. Now it makes sense. Thank you!

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Well, most os the casting news were centred in Jaejoong actually... people thought it was because he is a more marketable name, but yeah it seems he is the lead after all.

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The few articles I read were focused on LBS and Siwan...this was slightly before they casted JJ, so I totally missed that part. Not that I'm complaining, they're all doing a wonderful job.

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I love when Yong Dal meet with the detective he will become like lost puppy..all innocent.. I think he is under parol or something.

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To anticipate for this drama,I went to watch All in.The PD and screenwriter are really good at depicting people at the root of the social ladder,gamblers,hookers,and orphans.The biggest difference might be the main characters.Yong Dal is a total mess,who blackmails people with no shame.Kim In-ha in All in is an honest good man,on the other hand.The similarity is they both change when they met the girl they love.I wondered how Yong Dal will change considering that he is so far a total gambling addict.

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It was definitely better balanced and more attention sustaining than episode 1. I guess it's not a coincidence that everything started flowing much better once they got their 3 male leads interacting with each other and now carrying out three arbitrary storylines.

The story in itself is still not very defined, so whether triangle turns boom or bust is still very much in the air. I can understand not wanting to bog down the drama with cliche backstory flashbacks, but the viewer might've been a little more clued in rather than completely taken aback by dong soo's inexplicable rage blackouts.

One pleasant surprise i will note is jaejoong's interpretation of young dal. He was quite comfortable and natural in the pilot and the 2nd episode did nothing to dissuade me (in fact, even better!). Hopefully he's able to sustain this level for the inevitably heavier and more dramatic scenes later on (which glancing at a few of his Dr. Jin scenes, he seems at least competent in pulling off)

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I think the casting for this drama is great. Everyone seems to be great for the role. Hope this drama becomes a hit!

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“With all the geniuses running around dramaland lately,..” THIS! I think it's refreshing to have the “hero” of this drama like YoungDal or Dongsoo, also It caught my attention some parts of the drama are a little rated 19+, I'm not complaining lol

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Can't wait for the love-triangle to heat up a bit more.
Thanks for the recaps HeadsNo2! :D

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I didn't realize that JaeJoong is a good actor until I accidentally watched the first episode. He is really good. In my personal opinion - a lot better than Lee Min Ho, Kim Woo Bin, Park YooChun etc.

I thought his acting is boring, but I was really surprised that he's good.

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Thanks for the recap Heads. (Hope you're feeling better)

Is Lee Yoon-mi , ( Madam Jang ) from Busan? I think I detected that accent.

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Maybe right??! I heard somewhere that the filming was shot in Busan so I think Madame Jang's speaking accent was tailored/matched to where they were located at those particular scenes.

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Seperating from each other,grown up in the different environments,three brothers meet once again,which is very interesting.In Sabuk where they meet again,we don't know what stroy the three brothers will bring to us,let's look forward to the following stroy。
By promoting the story into the climax,YOUNG-DAL,such a riffraff in Sabuk,becomes the key figure leading the whole story.Playing a role who is vivid,spiritual and full of human touch,YOUNG-DAL has showed his unique charm to the audience.Therefore,even JJ himself can be the only reason to watch Triangle.

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And when Young-Dal say"Even if everyone in this town calls me a thug or a piece of trash, I have a dream of my own. "his unique charm overwhelmed me.Through his voice ,his facial expression,especially his eyes,I can feel a man's ambition.
Yound-Dal,you will realize your dreams sooner or later!

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Young-Dal is a playboy.He can have an affair with a married woman without any sense of shame.
However,very unexpectedly,when facing the girl he really likes,Young-Dal is as shy as a little boy who likes a girl for the first time.
And when recalling that Jung-Hee has seen that he ran across the street just in his skivvies,his facial expressiong is soooooo cute><
Gambling with Dong-Soo,after English pronunciation was laughed at by Dong-Soo and lost to Dong-Soo, the upset expressiong on Young-Dal's face was also soooooo cute and let the audience be fond of him.

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I saw this drama by accident,Kim Jaejoong leaves a great impression on me.Before,I know Jaejoong just because he is a singer,a rock singer.I listened to his song"Butterfly" and love it very much.And this is all I know about Jaejoong,an idol,a successful singer.But it seems that he has a lot of charm that I need to discover.When Youngdal got the monney,I felt very happy seemmed that I got the monney,it is because I was influenced by Jaejoong's acting.Haha,Youngdal,you have been a richer.Can you divide some monney for me?

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Kim Jaejoong was stunning in the drama Triangle. I was impressed by his eyes expression that would changed according to different scenario. His character only cares about gambling. His eyes looked fierce when facing his Big Brother Dong-soo. However, when he sat at the casino tables, the look in his eyes changed, perfectly portrayed a gambling addict.

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It is hard to say that whether Young-dal is a nice guy or a bad guy.Just like his personality,he himself also stands at the crossroad.Will he choose the one of the light.Will he choose the one of the dark.Or will he choose both?
He is bent to the God of Gamblers.The desire of power,money and excitement is inside his heart.With the development of the story,I think he will have much further contact with the Chairman.Among these contacts,what future will Young-dal choose?
Young-dal falls in love with the same girl with his younger bro.And how this honest,optimistic and strong girl will impact Young-dal's life?
Undoubtedly,Young-dal is the key to the whole story,for all the contradictions are concentrated in Young-dal.

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I think what the writer and the director want to express is that love is eternal unchanging.They will try their best to depict the beautiful and great love among families,friends and lovers.
Personally I'm deeply touched by the affection and friendship,so I have great expectations for the following story.

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Anyone know the name of the woman Youngdal was with at the quarry place?

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