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Healer: Episode 15

Sweet! It’s a breath of fresh air to be able to sit back and bask for a while, because I dunno about you guys but I could use some recovery time from all the weeping and heart-wringing I did before. And with the plot continuing to speed along, I actually find myself able to enjoy the cheeriness more, because while I love romantic fluff (and would happily take tons of it, angst-free), you don’t always want it to happen at the expense of development, because then it feels like filler. Better to get adorable cuteness and forward movement in one fell swoop!

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EPISODE 15 RECAP

So, that kiss. As Jung-hoo finally stops pushing Young-shin away and kisses her, it intercuts with memories of their first one on that rooftop, finally bringing together those two identities into one.

A short while later, we see two mugs side by side on the table, two sets of shoes intermingled on the floor, and two people lying in bed next to each other. Okay, the drama didn’t show us anything, but just knowing that they got an offscreen bed scene makes me happy enough.

Jung-hoo contentedly watches Young-shin sleeping, and looks adorably disgruntled when she starts to turn away from him in her sleep. He slowly slides his arm under her shoulders, and as she turns back into his side, he cradles her with both arms, going back to sleep with her head tucked under his.

When she wakes up, the spot next to her is empty, and she stretches awake… and finds Jung-hoo still looking down at her from the other side. They smile bashfully at each other, and then he ducks under the covers to join her.

Another cut later (yay! Y’know, I’m just going to be happy for them that there’s so much need to presumably cut), and Young-shin towel dries her hair after a shower. Jung-hoo takes over the task, and for a brief moment her eyes are covered by the towel, her mouth exposed, not unlike it was during their rooftop kiss. Ha, he goes in for one, only to have her inadvertently interrupt him by pulling the towel, and she catches him staring.

Later as he watches her yet some more, he envelops her in a hug and thinks, “I thought it was a dream. I don’t usually dream much, and wondered why this one was lasting so long.” As Young-shin tends to his injured arm, he can’t keep his hands to himself, touching her head and cradling her in his lap, adding, “So I kept needing to confirm whether it was real, or maybe not. And then I would think, Is it okay for this to be real?

He really can’t leave her alone for even a second, needing to hold on every moment, even when she’s doing something as mundane as cooking. He hovers around, dangling over her shoulder, and when she pushes back for some room, he just sneaks a kiss. And you know, she doesn’t really mind that so much.

He insists on walking her out, and she waves goodbye and boards the bus… only to have him step onto the bus at the last minute. He pulls her into the last row and squeezes her into the corner, loath to let any opportunity to be together pass him by.

Young-shin concedes to let him tag along for just one stop, but she can’t really pretend to be annoyed for very long and they cuddle some more. So he gets off at the next stop, and they wave goodbye for ages as her bus pulls away.

Back at home, Jung-hoo logs back online and talks to Min-ja, saying that he’s getting confused between real and fake, particularly since Healer work requires him to take on fake identities. Every time he steps out into the world, he’s been somebody else, “But when I’m with her I have to be real.”

He pauses to wonder, “But the real me? What is that? Does that exist?”

Ajumma just grumbles that he’s thinking too much, and that he shouldn’t: “When you think, you cause trouble.” Jung-hoo thanks her sincerely, to which she responds by totally ignoring him, because we know she’s a gruff ol’ teddy bear. And when Jung-hoo heads out “to find the real me,” she sighs that it’s time for a switch. She must mean Healers.

When Moon-ho arrives home, he’s surprised to find Jung-hoo waiting for him with a conciliatory six-pack of beer. Moon-ho’s glad to see him, and says he was worried.

He asks if Young-shin knows about his identity, and Jung-hoo says she figured it out. He’s thinking over how much he should tell her, but she isn’t asking any questions. Moon-ho catches on with a smile: “You like Ji-an. That’s why you can’t tell her—who she is, who her father is, or about your father.” Moon-ho asks for his understanding since that’s how he was—he liked Myung-hee and Ji-an, and therefore couldn’t tell them what he knew.

Jung-hoo gets down to business, saying that he wants revenge for Teacher’s death, and to clear his father’s name. He also wants to know when he can tell Young-shin her mother is alive. Moon-ho readily agrees, but wants to wait to tell Young-shin until it’s safe for Myung-hee—so, after they’ve accomplished the first two goals.

Jung-hoo doesn’t argue, and asks what method Moon-ho has come up with for taking down their evildoers. Moon-ho replies that he only has one way: “The method used by your father and Chae Young-shin’s father, the method I’ve only imitated my whole life. Do you want to try it with me for real?”

They drink to it, and Jung-hoo adds that Moon-ho was right about him liking Young-shin: “Just know that.” Moon-ho just smiles knowingly.

With that, they get to work. Moon-ho debriefs Jung-hoo on the facts: Moon-shik began working for the Elder in 1992. He struck out on his own years later, and the Elder sent him Secretary Oh, who’s got a few false identities, including that of a lawyer.

“The relationship between those two is quite interesting,” Moon-ho says, describing Moon-shik and his secretary as the two sides of a coin. With Secretary Oh carrying out all the dirty work, Moon-shik gets to keep his image pristine. Moon-ho notes that sometimes it really seems like his brother believes he’s done nothing wrong, like he can’t remember, and that’s why Moon-ho was fooled for so long.

That certainly seems true as Moon-shik arrives at the hospital to deal with Teacher’s funeral arrangements, calling him a dear friend and wanting only the finest. He looks genuinely bereaved as he carries his friend’s picture, as though he’d had nothing to do with his death.

Dressed in funeral black, Jung-hoo slips into the hospital to get to Teacher’s ashes first, leaving a box in place of the one he takes. He sees Moon-shik leaving the hospital with the decoy ashes, telling his Teacher that he couldn’t leave his remains in those hands. Jung-hoo promises to scatter the ashes in the South Pacific that Teacher liked so much.

At the Someday offices, Moon-ho directs his staff on their next broadcast. Thanks to their double agent Jong-soo, they’ve gotten their hands on Moon-shik’s prepared question list for his live television speech. Jong-soo has fed back information to the enemy that Someday is preparing something big, to coincide with Moon-shik’s broadcast. They predict that Moon-shik’s side will be beefing up cyber security in anticipation.

Moon-ho instructs Young-shin to talk with Detective Yoon as planned, and assigns her to work with a freelancer while Bong-soo is out on a leave of absence.

So Young-shin heads out to connect with the contact, and wouldn’t you know—there’s Jung-hoo, waiting to meet her. He greets her as though it’s their first time speaking, and finally provides a name: “I’m Seo Jung-hoo. I’m the freelancer who will need your help today.”

She repeats his name a few times, trying it out. “Seo Jung-hoo. Seo Jung-hoo-sshi. Or just… Jung-hoo-ya?”

I love how readily they fall into banmal (we can thank Bong-soo for making it so easy), and he apologizes for taking so long to get to this point. She smiles and says, “We finally meet,” and he smiles back at her.

And then she adds that he deserves a few blows anyway, and kicks him several times. Ha, I think he got off easy, all things considered.

They pull up to the police station, and she asks if he’ll disguise himself in order to go inside. He replies that his method is to use whatever is at his disposal, depending on the situation, and then clips a miked barrette into her hair. He tells her to say something, and she barks into it loudly, “I miss Park Bong-soo!” Don’t we all.

Jung-hoo follows Young-shin into the station, keeping his distance to make it look like they’re separate parties while she checks in. Then as soon as she’s granted access, he acts like he’s with her, which gets him past the checkpoint.

He has to leave her while she meets with the detective, so Jung-hoo issues advice like a nervous mother hen. When he starts to explain how to react if danger were to befall her, Young-shin points out that she’s in a police station, surrounded by police officers. With that, she joins Detective Yoon, having agreed to exchange information: He’ll tell her about President Hwang’s death, if she tells him about the Healer.

Jung-hoo continues upstairs for his own mission, disguising himself in a police uniform, and can hear over Young-shin’s mic as Detective Yoon excuses himself to work on a network server change that they’re kicking off in fifteen minutes. Ajumma realizes what Detective Yoon is doing and barks out a string of curses, calling him crazy.

Apparently her last hack must have pushed him to extremes, because now he’s decided to shut out all access to the police network from the outside. Yes, this blocks her out, but she’s offended in principle too, since it makes it impossible for the police to access their own network from outside the physical station.

Jung-hoo reminds her that that’s not her problem, and they return to the task at hand. She directs him to find any computer terminal to use as their entry point to the system, and it’s important to get in before the server reset in fifteen minutes.

So Jung-hoo caaaaasually sits himself down at a desk, trying to look as unobtrusive as possible. But his attempt to log in turns up an error page, and Min-ja deduces that even if all the police computers have been cut off from outside access, Detective Yoon needs at least one access point, and it’s bound to be his own computer. Time’s ticking.

When Detective Yoon asks Young-shin for her intel on the Healer, she thinks fast and admits the truth about meeting him. Then she gasps dramatically, pointing out the door. That’s him! He’s here!

Excited, Detective Yoon follows as she runs down the hall, zooming right past Jung-hoo, directing the officers far, far away. On her way out she marks Yoon’s computer by flinging her hat onto it, then surreptitiously motions for Jung-hoo to find that desk.

Jung-hoo heads into the cyber office and sits down at Yoon’s station. A few keystrokes later, he’s granted ajumma access. He’s out before anybody even notices.

Young-shin leads the cops all the way outside, at which point she stops in confusion and admits that she thought it was him—you know, this guy she has a crush on. HAHA. I’m so embarrassed for her even knowing she’s lying, and the look on Detective Yoon’s face is priceless.

The detective dashes back inside, not even noticing as Jung-hoo walks past him on his way out. Jung-hoo sternly lists all the violations she’s just committed, like interfering with police duty. She sighs heavily (“I know, it’s what I get for meeting such a boyfriend”), before dissolving into giggles: “This is such fun!”

She runs back into the station while he gapes in disbelief, though I notice the word he gets hung up on is “boyfriend.”

Moon-shik receives confirmation that Jung-hoo did in fact arrive from Russia recently—at least, the customs logs check out. But Secretary Oh has photos of “Bong-soo” taken by their police mole, from before Jung-hoo’s supposed arrival in the country. This just convinces Moon-shik that Jung-hoo is the Healer, and that he’s got the skills to change customs records.

Secretary Oh then plays the recording of the recent phone call between Young-shin and Myung-hee. Of course you’re tapping your wife’s phone.

Moon-shik confirms that Jung-hoo grew up without parents, and Young-shin grew up surrounded by ex-convicts. “So they never learned to acclimate to society,” he says, deciding that it’s his “duty” to step in. Oh, like you’re doing them a favor all of a sudden, Uncle Moon-shik? This man sure has a gift for reframing the truth for his needs.

At the station, we finally get an ID on the police mole who’s been feeding information to the bad guys. Ajumma gets his name, Park Ki-jung, and sends it along to Jung-hoo, who can’t shake his nervousness at leaving Young-shin at the police station, not after Teacher died there. But Min-ja warns him to stick to the plan.

Resuming their chat, Young-shin describes her Healer encounters to Detective Yoon. Her story is mostly true, but in light of recent events he’s now eyeing her with skepticism. Ajumma asks her to stall a bit longer, and Young-shin goes on, somehow making the truth sound silly and inconsequential.

Detective Park gets an alarming text from an unknown source, attaching a photograph of his meeting with Secretary Oh. His home address is listed, upping the creepiness.

Jung-hoo arrives at that apartment and gains entry. There’s a family photo inside but no family—they’re in Canada. Jung-hoo links the computer for ajumma to search, and proceeds to look around for clues.

Jung-hoo finds the important documents hidden in the toilet tank, which contains bankbooks under a false name. There’s also a vial containing a drug. He snaps photos, which then get texted back to Detective Park, who howls in frustration as he speeds home.

Moon-ho receives the same photo texts, including the log of bank deposits. He calls Detective Yoon, who’s still sitting with Young-shin, and offers up a deal, dangling tantalizing information as incentive for the police to cooperate. He says he knows about the Healer (the Teacher version) and wants to catch the person who killed him, and forwards the damning texts to the detective. Basically, one of their own is taking money regularly from the enemy—he’s a mole.

Detective Yoon bolts out of the office, gathering his team to go after their mole, Detective Park. Moon-ho offers to hand over all his information, with the condition that they be allowed to cover the case and broadcast the arrest. Which is asking for a lot, since the police would be exposing that a police officer murdered someone while in custody.

Unable to get in touch with Detective Park, the cops head out for his home next. Already Jong-soo’s on hand to film the action, while Young-shin grabs the mic to begin reporting on the scene.

Detective Park arrives home and sees that his valuable documents have been taken. He calls Secretary Oh in a panic, who stops him to ask suspiciously, “Which phone are you calling from?” He disconnects.

Detective Park grabs a suitcase and starts packing. Seconds later, Jung-hoo comes at him from behind and easily subdues him, wryly noting the futility of fugitives who stop to pack instead of just running.

Outside, the detectives and our reporters screech up to the building and race inside. The reporters get left behind at the packed elevator, so Young-shin just reports from there on the fly, interviewing the detective who’s been left behind.

When the cops get to Park’s door, they find a trail of Post-It notes with arrows drawn on them, leading them to a set of keys. Inside, the evidence is laid out neatly on the kitchen table. Healer is so helpful! Either that or he doesn’t trust the cops’ intelligence, which, frankly, doesn’t seem an unwarranted fear.

Another arrow points to the router, and then in the other room, they find their colleague, bound and gagged and shamefaced.

The reporters film his arrest as he’s loaded into the cop car. Jung-hoo joins Young-shin in front of the building and asks, “Miss, do you have some time?” Young-shin all but rolls her eyes and asks ajumma via her hairpin mic not to teach him such corny dialogue.

Ha, and poor Jong-soo finishes filming and turns around to find that he’s been ditched again. I so want Jong-soo to be able to watch the Healer drama after everything’s over, so he can finally see just how much he’s been missing all along.

Flashback scenes take us back to 1980, focusing on Teacher in his role as the motorcyclist diversion while his friends broadcast out of the truck. Moon-ho narrates to the camera the story of friends who were targeted for daring to expose the truth ignored by the media, and how Teacher spent eleven years in prison for that crime.

The Someday broadcast connects dots, painting the picture of a Teacher who had known dangerous things about important people, and died in custody.

Moon-ho outlines the monthly deposits made to Detective Park’s accounts, and the recorded call from Park to Secretary Oh gets played, which is pretty damning with the mention of them “catching on” and needing to run.

Moon-ho makes the link between Secretary Oh and Moon-shik—and then connects both men to the Teacher kidnapping. They even show the CCTV footage placing Moon-shik at the scene of the kidnapping on that day. Damn, he’s done his homework. Kudos, Moon-ho.

Watching from home, Moon-shik fumes and heads up to see Myung-hee… who happens to be watching that very broadcast. It’s only now that she realizes her old friend is dead, and Moon-shik fumbles to explain that he didn’t tell her because he didn’t want to upset her. She won’t look him in the eye and asks him to leave her alone, and all he can do is step aside. She closes her door in his face.

She turns her attention back to Moon-ho’s broadcast as he says that there are too many people who suffer unjust deaths but don’t merit so much as a mention in the newspaper. “Even if we can’t tell all of their stories,” he says somberly, “we wanted to tell at least one of them.”

Once again, his staff is pulled into his thrall, as Moon-ho concludes, getting a little choked up, “We remember you. To let you know this, we made this broadcast today. Thank you for watching with us.” Once again he bows his head to the audience in sign-off.

Damn, Moon-ho is good. He has a way of speaking that makes people sit up in awe, and it puts a tear in my eye.

Young-shin and Jung-hoo watch together, cuddled close, with Teacher’s ashes sitting on the table before them. Young-shin asks whether Teacher was a good guy, and Jung-hoo shakes his head: “Nope. He was a perverted old man.” She smiles and notes, “But you still liked him.” Jung-hoo says yeah.

She comments that he’s got a lot of good people around him, listing off ajumma and Teacher: “And me too. Of them, I’m the best.”

Jung-hoo holds her tight and thinks back to Teacher, and what it was like being instructed by him, and exasperated by him, and abandoned by him. But even that doesn’t have the old sting anymore.

Moon-shik calls Moon-ho that night, and as usual, their tones are both artificially light while both of them are fuming underneath the surface. Moon-ho pointedly addresses his hyung formally as mayoral candidate, saying that “we” have only just begun, noting that Moon-shik doesn’t have an “us” to refer to.

On the contrary, Moon-shik says patronizingly that Moon-ho’s still young, and that he does have an “us.” He describes his side as being held together by a sense of collective survival, where even though they’ll fight, they’ll stick together. Moon-ho’s team, on the other hand, is held together by nothing substantial, calling Moon-ho’s entire mission a flimsy justification.

Moon-ho struggles to tamp down his anger when his brother asks if “those kids” have faith in him. Moon-ho warns him not to mess with the kids, no matter how low he sinks.

Moon-shik returns, “Isn’t it you who messed with them first? They grew up okay—why stir them all up? I hear you still have nightmares. Shouldn’t it be enough that you suffer like that, and not make the kids do it too?”

Moon-ho asks if he can take this phone call as a declaration of war. Moon-shik chuckles that Moon-ho was the one to issue one first, via the broadcast.

In the morning, Jung-hoo wakes up in bed (sadly alone), and reaches for his phone. But as he calls Young-shin, she picks up another call, giving him the busy signal.

It’s Myung-hee, who asks to meet and invites her to the house. Young-shin accepts happily, and rushes out of the house, where she’s greeted by a driver with a fancy car. Seated inside is Moon-shik, who makes it sound like he’s here on his wife’s errand. Uh-oh. No no no. Bad!

Young-shin tries to decline but is persuaded into the car, and he comments on her not driving herself. She admits to having a fear of it, and supposes that it must be linked to some kind of childhood trauma. Sometimes she dreams about being on a dark road at night with cars zooming past her, and that’s a tidbit that makes Moon-shik’s face cloud over.

Then he slaps the smile back on and has his chauffeur drive on.

 
COMMENTS

It was only a small glimpse, but I found one of the big intriguing moments of the episode to be the comment that Moon-shik doesn’t seem to view himself as culpable—and that he doesn’t even seem to remember sometimes. I don’t know if Moon-ho means that he just acts that way convincingly, which is entirely possible, or if there’s actually a deeper kind of psychological dissociation going on in Moon-shik’s mind, but I find it a fascinating prospect. It certainly fits in with what we’ve seen of his character thus far, where he so cleverly twists every situation to suit his needs at the moment.

We saw it several times in this episode alone, such as how he first sighs about “those children” being left to live wayward lives that he must now step in to intercept them from… and then later tells Moon-ho that the kids grew up totally fine and blissfully ignorant, and that Moon-ho would be the evil one for shaking up their peace for his own selfish ideas of justice or whatever. Both times I felt like he was totally talking crazy talk, but making it sound chillingly sane. In fact if we hadn’t seen him swing from one extreme to its opposite in such a short period of time, I might even think he believed himself when he was making all his justifications. Funny how he’s really the one with the flimsy justifications, but he manages to project that onto his brother and make it sound plausible.

So in that context I do cut Moon-ho some slack for his earlier inactions, because Moon-shik is a master mind-manipulator. My question is whether he manipulates himself while he’s at it—does he allow himself to fall into the illusion, or is he always in control? I’m not sure, but the question is intriguing. In any case, I believe Myung-hee is the key to understanding, because she’s been his reason for hurtling forward, however misguidedly. Now that she’s on her way to fracturing that bond, he’ll soon be adrift and then we’ll have to see what happens.

Speaking of adrift, I did love how quickly our main couple fell into step with each other, once they got past the whole deception-lies-denial part of the relationship. It’s gratifying to see how much Young-shin means to Jung-hoo not just as a romantic love interest, but as a symbol for so many other aspects of his identity. And you know what’s better than a hero with secret identities being tortured by his various facades? A heroine who gets a total kick out of the skulking, and proves to be a handy partner—she’s way more fun being an active participant than the object, or the damsel needing rescue.

I love that Jung-hoo’s puzzling over the question of who he is, when all along he hasn’t bothered to think of it. His core persona has meant just as little to him as the disposable disguises he adopts for each job, and that speaks to his emptiness in not having a reason for living. He has no idea of who he is, and no reason has existed to prod him into figuring it out, because what did it matter?

His primary motivator for wanting to find himself may be Young-shin, but I appreciate that it’s not just about romance here. I think of her as something of an anchor for his lost soul—not necessarily saving him single-handedly but providing a crucial point of reference, a guiding light that will lead him to himself. Because while I love them in love, I find it significant that they are both in need of figuring out for themselves who they are and how they fit into this world—it’s less of the you-complete-me mentality and more of them spurring each other to complete themselves, so they can be together as whole people.

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Good god, this show just went straight for my heart. Fan service indeed. This episode deserves my standing ovation and astounding, never ending clapping.

Oh! Did I mention I have yet to watch with english subs??? But that doesnt even seem to matter much anymore!!

I love you, Healer!!! Can I just wrap you and all the feels up and keep you as close to my heart forever?!??!?!

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The feels, the feels, THE FEEELLLSSSS!!!

Thank you javabeans for the recap.... now I'm off to read it, gush over it and relive this episode!!!!

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dear Mr Ji Changwook, please marry Park Min Young immediately, go find your own moro moro island, both of you don't act any more. unbearable to think that i must watch you kissing othe girls, or Miss Park kissing other guys.
we don't mind not watching both of you any more.. just go joint in holy matrimony and have 2 or 3 kids with Miss park.
huh. sweet javabean, please convey this message of utmost urgency.

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I agreeee so much with this.

Changwook sshi and minyoung sshi... go for it please.

Maybe take a break from the entertainment industry for 2-3 years, buy a house overseas away from the prying korean media..... start your family..... and make lots of money from CFs in the meantime.

You can continue acting when you get casted for mommy/daddy/ahjumma/ahjusshi/other roles that don't involve kissing other actors/actresses...

Like Yoo Ji Tae's role in Healer maybe???? Lead characters with minimal lovelines.

IT'S A GREAT PLAN. THINK ABOUT IT.

T_T my heart. the feels.

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Make babies too! Hohohohoho

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I AGREE!!!

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@ Mary of Bethany
I can't wait for what you suggest to happen.

PMY told the media she wanted to fall in love, marry and have kids. I dunno what JCW is waiting for....

Their chemistry is nuclear!!!! Help us - Save us - we are totally bombarded by Healer Atomic Love.

By the way, did they really do it? I have been rewinding the scenes - slippers, coats, etc.

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Nuclear is the right word for their chemistry.

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I think they did it..but its kinda very subtle, very korean style. which i almost worry they go 50 shades which suggest by some nice sisters here some days ago. afew tell tales sign,, jb mentioned the couple cup together, slippers ... and the clothes she wore in bed is different from the one she did the teary kiss... huh... like someone else suggest if "nothing happened", likely junghoo will sleep on the couch. so think they make it modest, and "fast forward" to leave all to our imagination(which is better than raw uncut version, which leave bad after taste.) i notices sometimes after the high peak when director put two leads thru and "cosumation",,, then the writer just kill off one in the end... which something i bloody don't wish to see. because after the peak, it always downhill...
so i rather they keep whatever red love till last ep. agree?

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@ Mary of Bethany
Hahaha I take back my words. Couch. What was I thinking??? Maybe I was analyzing too much / coz she seemed pretty "neutral" after the overnight bed sharing...

Anyway, gonna get myself brand new pillows with white covers and sheets exactly like our pair are sleeping on...looks like a zillion bucks to me...
Now just need to get a SJH as well *pray**pray* ... Happy looking everyone...

SJH face is priceless. It's like he got himself the one and only girl in the world. And look at how she is looking, analyzing and contemplating his island. And he was looking at her instead of the island. As if she is the island. She is all he ever wanted. He could watch her, drink her and live in her the whole day.

And she knows the island "the large poster" means a lot to him ...

@ Wendy
*Whimper* *trapped in healer reality*

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@Shuerei, I love what you said about Young Shin being Jung Hoo's "Island."

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hi, you healer-ites
@wendy, minh anh, krispykream, shureri.
echo that a zillion times, have many little changmin running around jeju island little seaside hut .... just thinking about ... "i can depart from this world" already...huahahaha...

well, seriously, i thinking of stopping kdrama for a while, really couldn't think of seeing jichangwook kissing another girl, or minyoung kissing another hunk... it feels like Junghoo or youngshin committing adultery yeah? and kinda unfair to impose this on them... since he perfected the act of kissing n intense glare n 'whatever u can imagine"...he will "commit more " in another drama....
wow.. that is abomination plus desecration plus unpardonable....
...(oosp.. what am i saying?)
to be serious, actors and actress shelves lives are limited, there are tons of new faces emerges yearly, if jichangwook really seek to serve army this year, he is seriously calling for an end to his career, he is 29? by time he checked out, he'll be over 30... given minho kinda of role, mature and lesser kissing scene... huh, not bad huh?
but, its thru, while you are at your golden age, stay in sunbeam as long as possible, its just take another younger hunk given another illumious role (not necssarily can act better than you, just mean some flashy smile and loads of advertisating, and break in china market.. ... ) BOOM!!!! NEW HUNK OVERTAKE YOU.
see, leeminho is not longer leeminho.... the no. ONE podium changes faces by the day...
Ji Chang wook, now serious talk, act all you can while basking in sunshine of your golden age illluminated by Empress Ki and Healer,,,, then seek to go serve Army, then bring a girl to your JEJU island, and sell some Starbuck korean style... while you are famous, your starbuck will draw fans too... and let MINYOUNG be your lady boss aT STARBUCK....
don't drunk in the thoughts you can survive long in kdrama arena.. no hunk can, not even ailen Do MinJun, he is age-less, can teleport, can freeze time, he cannot freeze his Number ONE spot at kdrama podium.
Mr Ji, seek your own moro moro island.
consider Miss park (this is a bonus)

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so funny

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amen

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@ mary of bethany

As you are in Singapore, I'm asking you if you read Comment 17.2 and 17.2.1 below. I hope you read this and will know about @ Rainerust's idea to meet up for the Fan project. :)

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oh, scary thoughts.
i am like healer, like remain faceless. (huh, because this place i am in, in this "holier than thou" sphere, alot of people "know" me.....)
like remain bongsookie.

(regret leaking i m in Singapore actually. )
kay, will go 17.2 see-see look-look.

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Re:Island.
Right on. Young shin became that island. Actually island is an metaphors of non existence, when one desire to go got lost en' island ... they simple want self existence denial, sick or given up on human comfort / dependencies .. glad you also noticed that he was all looking at YS instead of that Moro Moro (by the way, Moro Moro translated as "unknown " ).. all he desire after in past when to be unknown, untouched, unfeeling, it's not even money that lure him as healer, healer is faceless, no moral, no aspiration, not the typical " because my father was killed so I seek revenge as masked man". Healer is just a natural process when he was aimless. And hoping at END of tunnel, he disappear further away from the jungle of chimps, leopards ... Moro Moro is self existence extinct...not realisation. Just sink deeper in abyss. When YS become that Moro Moro, he found a reason to live. If she wants, he started to find himself, sad enough which us the SELF? Just like he asked her at rooftop, he will become the SELF she delights in., as long as he can''' which SELF, does it matters ? We are actually what we really are at work places or school? Nope, not even home.
Or are we really who we wish to be.... who is that ? The tragedy of self realisation of 21century leopards surviving in concrete jungle.
like junghoo asked,
WHO ARE WE?

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It's HERE!!!!! ohmy gaaaaaahhhh!!! I am so giddy. Thank you dramagods for all the cute moments today.

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Ohhh cuuute

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5 stars!

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First 7 minutes: BEST FAN SERVICE EVERRRRR!!!

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Exactly....those 7 minutes were heaven....i watched the 1st half of the drama 10 times now..... hope they have more kissing scenes....

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Chae Young Shin!!! is that what your father sent you to Bong Sookie's house to do?

Poor girl had to learn to cook just because of him. she can only cook 3 things remember? but because he has to eat, he'z got her whipping up different meals thought by her ignorant father.

plus did anyone notice she was clutching his injured hand in sleep?? i just love it when she does that. *there's to not being able to sleep with someone else in the room....talk less of the same bed*

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I know...shouldn't we have had a scene with Dad cross- examining YS? Maybe Dad should have invited himself over to "help" take care of Bong Soo.

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WRITER can really read my mind, like what the main lead in i can hear your voice, did... read our needs.
i was wishing pa pa chae can witness their comfy act, or at least stared in some horror over "what this dumb wit do to my baby?... stop what is HE DOING NOW>.."
AND WRITER just give me that ep 16.
i am old fashion, always hope pa pa will accept and give blessing to relationship, and love the boy.
bravo. sweet nice understanding WRITER.

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nice unique thing about this drama.. is it don't revolve around JUNGHOO AND YOUNGSHIN alone..
its add character and emotion to how the sidekicks, the papa, the ajumma, the ex convicts, the sunday boss,,, even one day detective joon.. .it make them look like your everyday aunt uncle, mom dad.. .scheming colleagues... and amid all their flaws, you grow to like them more..
this drama bring out the little planets around, not just planet earth and his moon... nice to know ajumma worries, papa chae listens, teacher watching your blind side.... even that little girl who drove junghoo around will fight to stop him from doing stupid things.... all beautiful common creatures in everyday life.
do we need a drama about ancient heroes that save the country stop wars, or super doctors , super heroes...
we just simple heart warming plot,
like this !

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Sooooooooo true..........
I've never been so giddy ever in my life as I was while watching this episode.

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IKR!! THANK YOU WRITER-NIM!!!! :D :D :D

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Loving Healer!!! It's the best. I hope JCW & PMY get together in real life. They have AWESOME chemistry!

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I haven't watch with subtitles ever. Everytime there is a long dialog, I intensely try to figure out what it is.

BUT OH, THE SKINSHIP!!!!

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oosp... i betta don't watch their drama anymore after this, love changmin couple so much, till it unbearable to watch jichangwook with another girl, or parkminyoung with another guy...
huh.. am i the only one like this,, thinking of not watching anymore drama.. and recycle this healer forever and ever and ever...

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@ Mary of Bethany
That depends - I like PMY a lot in Sungkyunkwan - so she has my votes for JCW...
Yeah it's gonna be tough to watch them with others
Didn't JCW said he was dating someone in 2012/2013... Oops sorry

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this is the moment, not just you are tested, but your “only eternal love” is tested, can she trust you, against all odds and evidence, against her own hurt, her own revelation that you did hide things from her…
this is the made or break moment….
believe CYS will not act like the typical Korean Belle, wailed and sulked and crumbled… angry, doubting, reject…. whatever whatever….
Hope our unique CYS rise above that.|
as he is willing to stay beside you once, asking you to consider him,
will you stay besides him, against what your wit tell u.
3 things you need.
trust, trust. still trust.
CYS, consider that.
(this is what i posted on couchkimchi).
just like to share what i trusted in CYS, and the excellent writer who created her.

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i also loved parkminyoung for the below comment.. unlike you, i didnt start liking her even at cityhunter, nor Sungkyunkwan... but i liked her punky, courageous, blunt, unpretentious, trusting, character. not flawless, but genuine.
jcw dating someone... (don't know what to think about this)
must remind myself, JCW is not junghoo.... bad bad reality huh.
CANNOT IMPOSE ON JCW right?
tat is why , i am stop watching kdrama for a while.
was watching pinochio.. nothing against the main lead who cry better than most leads, ( liked him in i can hear your voice).. .but liked choi Dapo... but that when pre-healer era

then Healer was borne... and i found all other drama blent, tasteless, emotionless.... i just switch channel from channel.... dull dull dull... Healer destroy me. (aka my alliance with kdrama, my expectation of kdrama, my dependence ...whateve whatever)
even if Joonwon appear in repeat of Bridal Mask,.,, watch watch .. i switch away to CNN, BBC... my family stare in disbelief... told me "then i buy you 45 inch for what?" (refering to NEW TV)...
I AM RUINED.

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Did I mention before that I LOVE Healer? Oh right, I've said it a thousand times before.. Well let me say it again I LOOOOOOOOOVE HEALER!! And I've fallen in love with Healer ALL OVER AGAIN in this episode!!

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tho, as happy as i was watching the episode i suddenly felt fear. i can smell my fear. like something awful is gonna happen in the next ep, and i dunno if i can handle it! (shivers! lots of shivers!)

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This is definitely the calm before the storm. I sense danger ahead. And I'm scared for tomorrow.

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I agree that there's a storm ahead and I'm worried. I can't believe I've read a few comments (on the previous Healer recap) that it's gone down in ratings! HOWWWWWWW????????

I love this show so much!!!!!!! So much that I'm commenting way more on these recaps the YFAS which I also loved!!!! But I love this moreeeeee!!!!!!

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IKR! the competing show is good too, better i think, in the technical aspects. but it doesn't give me the feels, so to speak. i watch punch with my brain. but this, it's all heart. i hang onto Jb's recap to make sense of the story facts. but when i watch healer, i just empathize, and cry and gag with my anger... and of course, i squee. a lot. haha! so to hell with the low ratings! Healer is #1 on my list! NUMBER 1!!!

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Healer totally snatched up the #1 spot on my favorite dramas and its sad that it doesn't receive the recognition it deserves!!

I'm a lurker who doesn't comment much even for dramas i love but healer is the only one drama that makes me want to post a string of enlendless comments..

I scanned through the recap of Punch and it doesn't aappeal to me in the least. I just felt cold while reading through Punch and for me its not drawing any emotion from me while for Healer I'm all emotion from start to finish and that's from watching raw episodes, what more if i watch it subbed.

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I am worried too. I am scared YS will 'hate' JH. They will end up in sad moment, and hate-love relationship. :(

YS will trust Kim Moon shik intrique. She won't trust Kim Moon ho again. Lot of thoughts and guesses for upcoming episode.

I'm gonna check dramacool to see the next episode.

With anticipation. :'(

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@Foamyrokks

"the calm before the storm......"?

Hardly. This episode is anything BUT calm.

The first ten minutes has already created a storm and it's not likely to abate anytime soon. :-D

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i second that @Patinalee :D

Wreaked havoc in my heart!

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Oh yeah, me, too. At first I was all, "Squeeeeeee*! So much skinship! Look how happy they are-especially him! And he's working with Moon-ho! Bromance for the win!"

And then I thought, "Oh, crap. Something very bad is about to happen, isn't it?"

Well, I suppose one should expect that. So long as our OTP ends up together and no more deaths, unless it's someone bad. You hear me, TPTB? No more good guy deaths!

* I'm probably way too old to be squeeing, but that's what this show does to me.

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Just let the storm comes....
:D

Because I'm holding my breath and waiting for the time when all the ex-convicts uncles will come together under Commander Papa Chae's to save the day.

Hahahaha...can't wait!

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agreed.
i also sort of thinking the writer will put the ex convicts to good usage. she wrote them in not just to prove appa's generosity only.
think ex convicts plus Sunday plus Minho, PLUS DETECTIVE YOON (which i still count on) to help Healer clear his murder suspect identity.

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The first 5-10 mins I was grinning from ear to ear i felt like my face is gonna split in half.. And all the spazzing and squeeing totally drained all my energy.. When the high of the romance started to subside and our OTP are going back to reality I started to be scared because per dramaland rule its the calm before the storm. By the end of the episode i'm scared out of my wits for our OTP especially Young-shin, Moon-shik is SCARY!

Its such a roller-coaster ride.. A very enjoyable roller-coaster ride and that my friends is THE Healer Effect.

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poor youngshin! poor us! omo, just a few hours more... good luck guys! watchin' the next one with beer in my hand! would have liked somethin' stronger but there's work tomorrow! ugh!

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@Sophee
Me, too. So excited then so scared. What will happen next? I'm a coward. I usually don't want to know until it's all over but this show is going to make me suffer and I have to find out in real time or as real as it gets what happens to our OTP and Moon Ho and everyone else.

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Me too.. I don't watch a drama before the series ended but with Healer I just need to watch it NOW! So i've been watching the raw eps 5ge reading the recaps.. Healer just ruined my drama watching habit..

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First comment? really?

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LOL, one moment, there was no comment. I go to the comment section and there were 11!! In a nanosecond, I kid you not!

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And in a blink there are 25!! My goodness, this blog is exploding like crazy!

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Half an hour later, 112 comments!

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ep 14 already exceeded 3000 over comments.
record breaker is it? i did not really know ep 15 posted, still yaking at ep 14.. javabean and girlfriday should be writer one day. maybe they should start writing fan fiction and spin off some Healer 2. hahaha.
was it reach the peak, it will goes downhill. so worried that it's downhill time.. and please for our eternal happiness.. don't let junghoo or yeoungshin die or any sort of sad ending or "no ending kinda ending" which kdrama are so fond of ... ijimae and bridal mask ending just make me want to boycott kdrama .

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Hehe All this competition to be first to comment. I think you guys pushed Iviore to stop posting. lol

Anyways! Heart to Heart represent yo! Makes skinship here look like a handshake! lmao

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Ivoire! Where is she? ?
sigh. people get bullied into not posting.

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ivoire went couch kimchi.
still loved ivoire,
ivoire, come back here.

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to all who missed IVORIE'
this is what she wrote:
"I have been having recurring computer and internet problems since last week, which has made it very challenging for me to even respond to many of the comments (left to me) from last week on DB (and I really wanted to :-( ). And I haven’t been able to participate this week in the recaps’ comments as well :-( We didn’t have access to the internet since 1pm today. And it is currently 8:50pm. I couldn’t even watch ep.15 and 16.

I am glad and I feel honored that people do remember me, and that they miss my writing soooo much. I do love to write, as you know. Please tell everyone I say “Hello!” and that I am sooooo sorry I was not able to do a (proper) dissection of the kisses in this week’s episodes. I should have been there, especially after the analysis I made of the kiss in ep.8 :-) I will probably write there again (on DB), however, I am not sure when."

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I luv how Jung-Ho nestled Young-shin back to his arms when she turned as she sleeps...and I luv that she comfortably just snuggled back after.

I luv the way Jung-Ho tried to kiss Young-shin while her eyes are covered... And I luv that she knew and made a more intimate gesture by letting him just stare at her eyes..

I luv that Jung-Ho can't keep himself away from Young-shin
- nuzzling his face against her neck and shoulder every chance he gets (I lost count how many times he did that. )
- running his fingers into Young-shins' hair.
- touching and sweetly patting her head.
But I luv that she just lets him do all that to her while she admire his island. While she cooks for him. While she tends to his wound. Without saying a single word...

I luv how tight Jung-Ho back-hugs Young-shin.. Engulfing her into his arms. And I luv that she just lets him and holds back his arms as tight.

I loved it especially.. when Jung-Ho stole a kiss.. but Young-shin ends the kiss back.

And I Soooo luv it more when Young-shin was there for Jung-Ho while they give justice to Master teachers' death. Physically. In action. And emotionally. By giving him comfort when he needed it most.

Ahhh. I just luv luv luv this couple. Not so obvious is it??!!

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Love. Love. Love.

Everything.

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@TurkishRose

I love YS.

I love YS for loving JH unconditionally. Without asking what he was doing, or how he got hurt, or why he was doing what he did, or even for his name. Not that she doesn't want or doesn't care to know. She was just giving him space to tell it at his own pace. In the meantime, she's giving him all the love that he's never known.

I love YS.

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and to think the guy that has the overly clingy and needy syndrome in him was pushing her out of his house JUST the night before....

Bong Sookie *tsk tsk tsk tsk* you always had it in you. Six days of grief and fasting were dissolved because of one girl in just one night.

Eye bags GONE, chapped lips HEALED, sagging shoulders STRAIGHTENED, appetite RESTORED!!! only Chae Young Shin did that!! she'z a miracle worker.

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He was holding back tears and dry sobbing as he tried to push her away, w the very last resolve that he could muster.

CYS called him out on that BS:
If you let me leave, you'll be crying the rest of your life.

So damned spot on!

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Loved how fast he "recovered!" Squeee!

Btw, saw the bts of this, man they looked like they were freezing! Kudos to both of their acting!

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you're right @Patinalee. she's all that.

and i am fervently praying that she will be as understanding and forgiving when she finds out that he withheld the truth about her mom. she's gonna be shocked and pissed at first, no? ugh. i hope this big reveal happens tomorrow!

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this is the moment, not just you are tested, but your “only eternal love” is tested, can she trust you, against all odds and evidence, against her own hurt, her own revelation that you did hide things from her…
this is the made or break moment….
believe CYS will not act like the typical Korean Belle, wailed and sulked and crumbled… angry, doubting, reject…. whatever whatever….
Hope our unique CYS rise above that.|
as he is willing to stay beside you once, asking you to consider him,
will you stay besides him, against what your wit tell u.
3 things you need.
trust, trust. still trust.
CYS, consider that.
(this is what i posted on couchkimchi).
just like to share what i trusted in CYS, and the excellent writer who created her.

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Our healer likes to cuddle,loving the fact that he's the clingy one in the relationship, Empress ki vibes anyone. Im liking it all.if anything was to be different, I'd like it if atleast once she initiated the cuddling because it seems he's more into her,than she is into him but I'm boxing that thought and throwing it in the Han river.
Anyone watched or watching Warrior Baek dong soo, it's the first time I've thought a man has a nice smile and Ji Chang wook smiles alot in it.
Off to repeat this episode again, to watch me some cliNGing. The ratings must be through the roof,hope it's first.

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SO MUCH TOUCHING!!!!! :D I APPROVE IMMENSELY :) LOL

Okay back to being slightly serious. Describing this drama gets harder and harder as I get more and more lost in this world where I feel the emotions so tangibly. Jung Hoo trying to confirm Young Shin's existence in his apartment was so understandable because he's been so alone almost all his life that having someone next to him is somewhat of a foreign concept. SO MUCH KISSING AND HUGGING MY HEARTS A SQUEEEEEE. I am so happy that Jung Hoo is on his way to recovering the pieces of his heart that broke when Sabo/Teacher died. And this is one of the many reasons that I love CHAE YOUNG SHIN. And also, can I say that the scene with the ashes made me cry? :'( I missed Jung Hoo's smiles... THEY ARE SO LOVELY TO SEE. Her dancing was perfect. And how he revealed himself was perfect too. Everything in Healer just is to me and its kinda insane XD HER HITTING HIM WAS THE BEST SHE SHOULD HAVE HIT HARDER JUST KIDDING. And I love how he basically got jealous of himself when she got jealous of Bong Soo xD And can I just say that Young Shin is brilliant? :D

P.S. Ahjumma's dance was DA BOMB xD

P.P.S. I SMELL A WORK-IN-PROGRESS BROOOOOMANCE :D

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I was laughing so hard when she busted out with "Singin' in the Rain"!!!

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Me too. The song will never be the same again. Kudos to Ahjumma and her Gene Kelly moves. And it's so awesomely clever and appropriate - The last time she was singing "Some" when they were dealing with the ambiguity of their relationship, now she's singing "What a wonderful feeling I'm happy again" because JH is THAT happy.

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@ Crysta, whimsicalnet

Thank you for noting that. "Singing in the Rain" completely escaped me! :-P

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Ha! describing it is hard. If I wrote the recap for this episode, it would be some thing like : He walked away. He laughed. Javabeans is amazing ❤
Yes! I love Chae young shin. She calls herself the best too. Haha

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Its like everything came together so perfectly right??

I mean I was kinda angry at him for not telling his name even after they slept together , I wouldmnt have enjoyed the moments again and again if he had just kept silent.
But the way he just went and introduced himself, that meeting was so full of anticipation even when they have been together all night.

HOW CAN THEY DO THAT!!!!!!

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@ divyrus
Did they eat the apple?
She was wearing different shirt so I wonder..hmmm

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As had been pointed out at the last thread :

- Watch carefully at the moment when she she stretched. Just before they dived back under the covers...... :-D

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Ok, I've rewatched that like 10x and still can't figure out what to look for. What am I missing!?!

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@ Ottoke

Grey coloured clothing item, exposed when she partially threw back the sheets. They then dived back under the sheets.

Although unclear what item it was when first shown, a bit later she wore grey pants during the hair toweling scene. So, 2+2=4, yes? :-D

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@ Ottoke

To make your life easier, try this: -

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WA82hKiX4mM

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@patinalee, I wanted to watch it badly when you pointed it out earlier, but I was in school. Rushed home to check it out, and then saw the "item" - it was there all along! Thanks for the tip and the link!

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what we can see on screen is not important actually, most important is apple was eaten.. and i perfectly happy with that.

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AHEM...i go one step further... (against my usual self, writing this).
sshh...sshh...shhh...(she woke up, felt empty side, stretched, and arm touched him at her left... wait, her right side drop off shoulder.. revealing. .. she didnt wear b* in that sleep...) if she sleep immediately without "eating apple for supper") why she not wearing b*?
that was a completely diff set of clothes she wore in teary kiss, which she should be wearing b* inside right?
oosp (sgghhh... when did i condescended to writing THESE?)

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clothes were on d floor....just that the camera captured them for less than a brief second..(just before showing the shoes)....

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ARE YOU SURE?
DON'T MAKE ME HAPPY FOR NOTHING OKAY?
I WILL GO BACK AND WATCH... can't watch here at library.

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again, i repeat the same request stated at ep 14... SOMEONE PLEASE TRANSLATE THESE COMMENTS INTO KOREAN , and email to ji chang wook...
will give anything to see the look on his face reading this and what written by healerites at ep 14

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Love love love reading your comments about 'apple being eaten'! Pwahahahahaha

I am going to rewind those moments and risk depleting my data quota this month.... And still have ten days to go... *aaarrghh*

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THIS OTP IS THE DEATH OF ME.
IT HAS RUINED ME FOR ALL OF MY KDRAMA LIFE

DHKDHKRKZGKSJGFKKSHHFLODJKD

KDRAMALAND, I CHALLENGE YOU TO BEAT THIS OTP FOR ME

GAHHHHHHHHHH MY HEART CANT TAKE IT ANYMOREEEEEEEE

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LOL Divyrus. Has it beaten seemingly everyone's OTP QIHM? Because even though I never got into that drama 9(and I watched it) it seems to be everyone's favorite OTP.

BUT THIS ONE? NOWAY HAS ANY EXISTING DRAMA BEAT THIS ONE!

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You know its just not kdrama land , its like literally EVERYWHERE I KNOW

Of all the books and shows I have watched, Never has a OTP BEEN AS GOOD ON SCREEN AS IN MY HEAD

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you're right i cannot stand it QIHM *WAS* **THE** go-to OTP but erm this ep just got TOO SEXY FOR MY SHIRT

(and PMY's too. clearly)

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Amen to that ;) I was smiling through this whole episode. My sister said I look like a cheshire cat LOL

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GAAAAAAAAAHHHH!

That's quite a mighty challenge!

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This otp is very different from the ones in other kdramas. You're right, about being ruined.? I loved it when she helped him. And her laugh, she had so much fun . ^__^ also his adorable smile at being called boy friend. Also while she was cooking :He was just So cute. He's like my four year old sister plastered to my mom while she's cooking. It can get annoying haha

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Yeah ! I think thats part of his appeal to all of us.

He is not the typical cold or lonely hero, he is just a little kid at the end. Not eating, pestering all the time!!!

I just love their love!

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Even though I loved QIHM enough to make it my username (not changing it due to consistency), I think this OTP is my new favorite. And god, how I love his smiles and his head burrowing into her shoulder. AND THEIR KISSES <3

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QIHM used to be my #1 kdrama of all time and have the best OTP in my book of kdrama addiction.. Now Healer SNATCHED up QIHM's place from my heart, though its still on the top of my list but not #1 anymore which I didn't think was possible until Healer came.

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Hmmmm... might get flamed for this... but I still rate the QIHM OTP as my #1. At the end, the QIHM OTP developed an epic fate defying can't-live-without-you feel, which is not quite present here yet. Though with 5 more episodes to go, who knows?

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@Divyrus,
You got a point. Now how will we enjoy other KDs and KD couples after this one?
Time to start worrying?

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Truueee. I fear I may never be able to enjoy other OTPs again after this one. JH AND YS HIT ME RIGHT IN THE HEART. THEY CONSUMED ME, WHOLLY.

K-Dramaland is looking sort of bleak for me after Healer ends. *laughs mirthlessly*

Haven't watched QIHM so I have no idea how the otp for that one was, but a lot of people are saying they're the otp to beat. Looks like JH/YS are very tough contenders?

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tho, Healer otp is the best so far! :D

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Maganda rin Omomo, the chemistry's really good too, but I think our Healer couple just elevated what OTP is to a whole new level. And for me the biggest reason for that is JCW.

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Yes, our Healer couple is THE OTP.

And I'd put that to both JCW and PMY. it takes two to tango, after all. :-)

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watching Bridal mask repeats... watching some SPY advertisements... switching channels to channels.. then was peeping into what-so-great about PUNCH? ... just emptiness, drought, numb... no feel.. I END UP watching CNN, BBC...
then i off TV,
guess will be that for a long long time.. post-healer era.
cannot imagine watching JCW kissing another girl, whether is it Girl generations kinda belle, or PMY kissing LMH..
just felt lilke adultery committed.

i am ruined.

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Y'all can take all the good things the world has to offer, since all I need in this life is THE clingy Healer.

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SO CLINGY! SO ADORABLE!

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absolutely perfectly clingy! this Junghoo guy will make many ladies want more from their man, i daresay. tsk tsk. wherefore art thou, hunky badass clingy man???

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In our dreams.

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sigh. sad but true :(

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@hawoojinruinedme guess your trip to korea is cancelled and @dramapenchant glad you wont need to fund her ticket..

money saved; squeeeee moments satisfactory, EVERYONE is happy

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I know!! everything turned out great!!! Haha this show. seriously. ugh. Dead.

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@deezle Haha the scene was perfect! :)

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SO. ADORABLE. LIKE WTF-IS-WRONG-WITH-YOU-YOU'RE-KILLING-ME-WITH-YOUR-RIDICULOUS-ADORABILITY ADORABLE.

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I NEVER ever thought CLINGY as a positive word.

Now that seems the sexiesttttttttt

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"I NEVER ever thought CLINGY as a positive word."
I learnt today that it depends on Who is being Clingy and what he is like.
Only if he is Healer, Jung Ho, aka Bong Sookie is it a positive word.

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Word. Especially if this wonderful guy sneaks kisses when you get annoyed at his clingy-ness. Yes please.

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This. Yeeees!!! So hoooot. So sweeeeeeet. So deadly too, tbh. I died several times. and then several times again.

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+1
tho tbh it's still going to be pretty annoying haha

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I'm willing to suffer being annoyed, if it's him.

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I want Jung Hoo to bring out a little Bong Sookie when they get into lovers spats. Imagine staying mad at his adorable bumbling face.

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And all that aegyo! No one can stay mad at that!

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I loved when she was pouted for Bong Soo~ I can just imagine her ignoring "Healer" and complaining to "Bong Soo"

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+1 A CLINGY JH/HEALER!!

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Hot damn, Jung Hoo kisses and cuddles like there’s no tomorrow!!!

That smouldering sta..that tight embra..that slow and tender kis...the morning aft…that sexy “come hither loo..that passio..ah, I can’t eve..it’s hopeless; words fail me.

Thanks Javabea… Healer-yaaaaaa….

*dies*

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u better rise from the dead tomorrow. heeeheee

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I'm not sure whether I'm still alive or not, but I'm definitely ready for tonight's episode! I barely slept a wink last night due to replaying the initial 10 minutes of ep15, after which, it was on constant loop in my friggin head. I have that scene memorised - every minute detail. Sigh, I may as well take a leave of absence from work whilst Healer is still airing...how can anyone take work seriously after watching ep15 in all its glory!? Beats me.

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healer's the only serious thing right now :D
like cancer serious. sigh.

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Lol.love your comment. Totally how I'm spazzing out.

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Kept on rewinding and rewatching the first 8 mins!!! THEY'RE SO ADORABLE!!! Clingy Healer is the best.

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Thank you JB for the recap!

SO SWEEET <3
I love this show so much.
Goodness, instead of healing, this show is gonna be the death of me.
They did move a bit fast though....WELP. I'm not complaining ;)