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Angry Mom: Episode 4

With every episode, this show gets darker, more emotionally charged, and harder-hitting. It’s not without its funny moments, but the humor feels more like a necessary interlude between intense scenes, like a chance to take a breath before diving back into the grimness of reality. I’m a bit amazed to realize we’re only two weeks in, because it feels like we’ve been exploring these characters for a lot longer—that speaks to the show’s nuanced and intricate characterizations, as well as its skilled directorial hand guiding us along the way.

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EPISODE 4 RECAP

At the bar, Kang-ja reels to recognize the gangster in the room with Bok-dong—he’s the same Dong-chil who blamed her for the death of his kid brother years ago. Thankfully, Dong-chil is too drunk to see her at the door.

Stunned, Kang-ja staggers down the hallway, where she runs into Noah. He’s appalled that his student would be frequenting a bar and starts to scold, but she falls to the ground. He lurches to catch her, calling her name in concern.

Inside the room, Bok-dong hears the name Bang-wool being called and heads out to confront her, barking at Kang-ja for following him here. I’m intrigued that he seems worried for her safety rather than annoyed. Then Dong-chil steps outside and Kang-ja hides her face.

Dong-chil assumes that the teacher and student are having a flirtation and leaves them with a smirk. Kang-ja darts outside, and Noah follows in worry, assuming that her supposed heart condition is acting up. He insists on calling her mother, because there’s no parent who doesn’t worry about their child.

Kang-ja mutters that he’s talking like a parent, and he replies that his students are his children. Noah thinks her a scared high school kid trying to act badass to cover her fear, and says encouragingly that being afraid is nothing to be ashamed of. “What’s important is protecting yourself,” he says. “There’s nothing in the world more precious than yourself.”

At that, Kang-ja says that parents can’t talk like that—their children are more precious than their own lives.

Bok-dong has misgivings about his orders to kill Yi-kyung, and hesitantly suggests that it’s not necessary to go that far. Dong-chil says that the orders come from above, and that their job is just to execute them. All he has to do is make it look like Yi-kyung killed herself.

Dong-chil calls this Bok-dong’s first test in his world (reassuring in a grim way, since it means Bok-dong hasn’t killed before). The appearance of suicide will deflect suspicion, and even if Bok-dong got caught, he’d serve two years at most. Dong-chil will take care of him afterward, so he’s set for life. Some life.

Bok-dong forces down a drink with shaking hands. He wrestles with the dilemma, looking angry and scared at the same time.

Kang-ja fills Gong-joo in on what happened. Gong-joo says that Dong-chil should know that Ah-ran is her daughter, and tries again to broach the topic of what happened seventeen years ago. Gong-joo’s suspicions align with ours—that perhaps Dong-chil raped Kang-ja—but Kang-ja denies that, and deflects a question about the father being (her dead ex-boyfriend) Bum instead.

Flashback. Gong-joo hides out of sight while Dong-chil beats teenage Kang-ja and orders her to stay away from his brother. Bloody and bruised, Kang-ja retorts that Bum’s dream is to become a prosecutor, but he’s already ruled it out—because he can’t go after his own hyung. She tells Dong-chil that he’s the one ruining Bum’s life, not her.

Dong-chil takes off his belt to use as a whip, and Kang-ja pulls out a knife. He taunts her to stab him, grabs her, and starts ripping her clothing off her. Gong-joo hurries out to call the police and runs into Bum and Ah-yeon outside. Bum runs in while Ah-yeon looks terrified—she didn’t believe Dong-chil’s threats, and Gong-joo blames her big mouth for everything. “If something happens to Kang-ja, you’ll die by my hand!” Gong-joo screams at her.

Since Kang-ja isn’t talking, Gong-joo orders her two minions to find out information quietly.

Kang-ja visits the hospital and watches Ah-ran sleeping, thinking of her friend’s warnings. Gong-joo urges her to quit this undercover act, because getting involved with Dong-chil is too dangerous. But that means she’d be giving up her vow to avenge Ah-ran, and that thought tears at her. She thinks, “I’m sorry I couldn’t do better” and bows her head. Ah-ran opens her eyes, not sleeping after all.

Yi-kyung musters up the courage to tell her mother everything, but loses the moment to a phone call. She goes online to the government education website and considers filling out a form there.

In the morning, Chairman Hong is cranky over breakfast (or maybe he’s always cranky?) and snaps at his son over petty things, like holding his chopsticks a certain way. Sang-tae just remains silent and excuses himself, used to this kind of treatment.

Ae-yeon brings in the mail for the chairman, and suggests nervously that he read a letter from the States. Chairman Hong makes her read it to him, and the reason for her fear becomes apparent: It concerns his divorce proceedings, and as anticipated, the chairman blows up mid-letter and throws things at her, cutting her forehead.

Sang-tae doesn’t say anything, but he doesn’t look happy about his father’s latest bout of violence. It’s an ongoing thing, judging from the bruises covering Ae-yeon’s back, and she thinks of Jung-woo’s offer to help. She tries to remain stoic through her daily duties, but the tears keep flowing.

At school, students are allowed a study hall period while Noah conducts individual career counseling sessions with his students. With his trademark eagerness, he quotes poetry and tries to get Yi-kyung to open up to him. She doesn’t say much, and he jots a note to himself to help her make friends. When he asks Bok-dong about his brother being in prison, Bok-dong swears up a storm and Noah notes that he’ll have to teach him nicer language.

Sang-tae, meanwhile, tells Noah plainly that no kids are going to open up about their weaknesses to their teacher. And if he can’t solve their problems, he’s better off not finding out what they are. Noah decides that Sang-tae shows signs of leadership… maybe.

Sang-tae returns to class and tells Kang-ja it’s her turn next. She just rests her head on her desk for a nap and says she’s going to skip gym class ’cause she’s on her period. Instead, she watches from the sidelines, staring fixedly at Bok-dong, thinking of his connection to Dong-chil.

Yi-kyung comes up to Kang-ja just as Jung-woo walks by, and he takes note of their exchange. Kang-ja guesses that Yi-kyung kept silent because she was afraid of whoever is ordering Bok-dong around. Yi-kyung assures her not to worry because that person won’t bother Ah-ran anymore; she’ll make sure to protect her.

Kang-ja presses for an explanation of why Bok-dong would hurt Ah-ran. Yi-kyung decides to confide everything, and Kang-ja leans in to hear the answer—but Jung-woo interrupts, and Ah-ran is so spooked she hurries off immediately. She runs headlong into Noah, who looks at her in concern, and she hesitates. To tell, or not to tell?

Kang-ja whips up a story on the spot to explain her connection to Ah-ran, saying they grew up in the same neighborhood as children, and that she heard about Ah-ran’s condition through friends. She thanks Jung-woo for insisting that school violence was intolerable, and that she felt sorry for snapping at him.

He asks what Yi-kyung told her, intent to know if she spilled anything she shouldn’t have. Kang-ja says that Yi-kyung just wants Ah-ran to return to school, though she’s not sure that’ll happen. She repeats the words she overheard him say, about the school being a protector for the students, and asks if that’s really possible. He replies that it’s his job to make the students believe in it.

Noah picks up on Yi-kyung’s desire to say something and sits her down, prodding her to confide. But his tone is overly light—he says that it’s normal at her age to feel that everything is grave, but that you grow up and realize that it’s all fleeting. She clams up again and says bitterly that the world may be like poetry to him (which he keeps reciting), but to her, it’s hell. She leaves the room upset.

Bok-dong grabs her outside and pulls her aside. She stands up to him today, threatening to fight back if they keep messing with her, informing him that she has Jung-woo’s Achilles’ heel. He says she’s dug her own grave, and then gapes incredulously when she adds that she’s reported it to the education bureau—ah, that’s what she was doing on their website. He yells that she’ll die, then leans in and tells her, in an almost brotherly way, to tell her mother everything and move away.

Chairman Hong departs for the States, and reminds Ae-yeon to keep an eye on Jung-woo while he’s gone. She promises with a smile, then sneers behind his back and calls Jung-woo. But Chairman Hong notices, and takes note of her reaction.

After school, Kang-ja demands a chat with Bok-dong, and this time she drops Dong-chil’s name. That gets him to follow along, and the other students mistakenly assume they’re finally going to fight it out for school supremacy. Noah overhears and demands to know where they’ve gone, but gets not information. So he gives her “mother” (Gong-joo) a call to request that Kang-ja call him as soon as she gets home.

Kang-ja takes Bok-dong to her restaurant, and while she’s cooking he looks around suspiciously. It’s adorable the way he expects something sinister and flinches at the sight of cabbages, and how he recoils when Kang-ja darts out with knife in hand.

She sits him down for a meal and has three questions for him: Why’d he do that to Ah-ran? Is he going to do it again? And why is he working under trash like Dong-chil?

His face twists, and he bites out, “Because I’m trash too.” He warns her to stop messing around, because as trash, he’s capable of anything.

Kang-ja just puts a spoon in his hand and tells him to eat. She sees right through Bok-dong’s tough act, and it makes her hate Dong-chil all the more for what he’s doing to the kid. And for all his protests, Bok-dong sits down and starts to eat.

“Today, for the first time, I had the thought that maybe Go Bok-dong might be a pitiful guy too,” Yi-kyung says to Ah-ran. She points out that they have to obey their elders and do things they don’t want to, or things they don’t understand—maybe that’s just what Bok-dong is doing.

Ah-ran replies that there are things you shouldn’t do regardless of what you’re told. Yi-kyung concedes that she’s right, but says ruefully, “But I did. I followed what he said to do.” We see Yi-kyung being bullied at school as she continues, “When there was nobody on my side, when nobody helped me, he saved me.”

It’s Jung-woo who stops the bullies, and that relationship develops quickly until they’re giggling together in the candlelight. Jung-woo presents Yi-kyung with a birthday cake and present, and she narrates, “If I just listened to him, I thought he would take care of me and protect me forever.”

Ah-ran tells her that she knows that’s not true now, and Yi-kyung nods. She’s learned that being obedient doesn’t ensure anything, and that she’s the only one who can protect herself. She allows a concession for Ah-ran, who’s on her side no matter how much she doesn’t listen.

Yi-kyung hugs her friend and thanks her for sticking with her.

Jung-woo wines and dines members of the educational bureau, and takes a moment to speak privately with Ae-yeon. She asks him frankly what he wants of her, and he says he wants a list of the chairman’s opponents and their Achilles’ heels. He leans in to whisper something in her ear that widens her eyes.

She agrees to whatever he proposed, and asks what he thinks she wants. He reaches up to brush aside her hair, revealing the bandage on her forehead. “I’ll pull you out of hell,” he offers, and kisses her.

The education bureau receives word of an anonymous report, and calls for Jung-woo. Dong-chil goes to retrieve him, and although the kissing couple breaks apart before he gets there, he’s quick to guess what’s going on. He thinks she’s crazy, while she confirms the whispered secret—that Jung-woo is the education minister’s illegitimate son.

The bureau director fills Jung-woo in on the anonymous report of a teacher-student sex scandal at Myeongseong High School. No names were used and he was able to bury it because of its anonymous source, but the director (who doesn’t appear to know that Jung-woo is involved) warns Jung-woo to be careful and ensure that no more rumors leak.

Jung-woo’s father calls him immediately, having received the same tip. The minister warns that he won’t cover anything up or back him up. Jung-woo immediately calls Yi-kyung, and gets antsy when she doesn’t pick up.

After dinner, Bok-dong gruffly tells Kang-ja to get to her point, since she clearly made him dinner to get something out of him. She asks if Dong-chil only gives him food when he wants something from him: “That’s not food, that’s animal feed. That’s what you give a dog.” She tells him to eat people food from now on, instead of dog food.

She asks if he can apologize to Ah-ran. He snaps, “Why would I?” She replies, “I’d like it if you did.” He grumbles, “I’ll think about it.”

As he leaves, Dong-chil calls to check in on his progress. Bok-dong lies that he lost track of Yi-kyung, and Dong-chil screams at him to get her.

Despite assurances that the report was anonymous and lacked evidence, Jung-woo worries about Yi-kyung. Recalling that she saw the hidden chamber in the library, he realizes that she might go off in search of evidence. And if she gets her hands on it, they’re all dead.

Sure enough, Yi-kyung heads to school that night and makes her way to the library.

Bok-dong races to school on the hunch that she might be here and starts scouring the building.

Yi-kyung takes video on her phone as she triggers the latch, and the door slides open… and out steps Jung-woo, smiling menacingly down at her. Eek! Meanwhile, Dong-chil pulls on leather gloves, ready for some action.

At home, Noah writes a letter addressed to Yi-kyung. His voice narrates as Yi-kyung runs scared through the dark library, pursued by Jung-woo: “Yi-kyung-ah, the world isn’t only beautiful things, but it’s not only cruel things either. Just as not all poems are beautiful but can still be moving, I hope that you can find a poem of your own.”

Yi-kyung races up the stairs and out onto the rooftop. Jung-woo follows.

Kang-ja sits near Ah-ran in the hospital and thinks, “I’m sorry, my daughter. I’m sorry for only amounting to this. The world is too big for me to protect you from everything. I’m too small and powerless. The only thing I can do for you is enduring and forgiving and praying…”

Bok-dong looks over the railing in shock.

Kang-ja fills out a form to drop out of school and continues: “…praying that these terrible things won’t happen again, that you’ll forget all the bad things and only remember the good. I’m sorry, my daughter, that your mother couldn’t protect you.”

Blood flows on the pavement.

In the morning, Kang-ja arrives at school with her drop-out letter in hand, which she hides when Noah pops up to ask what she was doing yesterday. He scans her for scans of fighting or injury, puzzled when she’s fine, and wonders if Bok-dong’s the one in bad shape.

He insists on continuing their career consultation, and she retorts that she doesn’t intent to stay in school anyway. They bicker back and forth on their way in, until they stop short in front of the main building—police have cordoned off an area and a stain is being cleaned up off the ground.

Jung-hee bounds up to deliver the news: Yi-kyung committed suicide last night. She even left a letter behind saying that the bullying drove her to it, naming Bok-dong specifically.

Yi-kyung’s mother is in the teachers’ office, wailing out her grief. Kang-ja exchanges only a brief look with Bok-dong before he’s escorted out by police officers.

In the hospital funeral hall, Yi-kyung’s mother receives mourners alone, and schoolmates and teachers trickle in to pay their respects. When it’s Jung-woo’s turn, though, Mom flings his flower offering back at him and accuses him of killing Yi-kyung. But she means it metaphorically, calling it homicide committed by society, holding the school responsible for turning a blind eye while her daughter was being tormented. Mom swears to fight back to ensure that nobody ever suffers like her daughter.

Kang-ja overhears the exchange and goes up to Jung-woo afterward to lend a sympathetic ear. She confides that she doesn’t think Yi-kyung killed herself because of Bok-dong, however, which certainly grabs his interest. She recalls how Yi-kyung had assured her that Bok-dong wouldn’t bother Ah-ran anymore, and can’t understand why she’d then kill herself.

Jung-woo just feigns concern for her well-being and says she shouldn’t think too hard on it.

Noah reads over the letter he’d written Yi-kyung, replaying his last conversation with her when she’d said her life wasn’t beautiful like a poem, but hell. He understands a bit better how she must have felt, and crumples his letter while fighting back tears.

Kang-ja finds him crying quietly to himself and says, “You said your students were your children. Your child has died—and is this all? What kind of teacher are you?” She says it without heat, but tells him to talk to the police, who have the results of the autopsy. He should hear it.

She tries to help him up, but Noah falls at her feet. He cries, “Because of me… because of me…”

Jung-woo also receives the autopsy findings from the cops: Yi-kyung was three months pregnant. Gackkk. He manages his stunned reaction and convinces the officers that telling Yi-kyung’s mother would push her over the edge, and offers to break it to her gently.

Then he gets on the phone and barks at Dong-chil to get Bok-dong right away. Moments later, Ah-ran grabs him and faces him with blazing eyes. She accuses, “You killed her, didn’t you? You killed our Yi-kyung!”

 
COMMENTS

Things just get increasingly grim, don’t they? We knew Yi-kyung was heading toward this end since we saw a glimpse of it in the last episode, but this episode took a few twists and turns in showing us exactly how we ended up at this point. I appreciate the complexities of the plot progression, which are built skillfully to crescendo at just the right emotional points. (This show is an example where I think it’s more difficult to follow the plot while reading the recap because there are so many names and agendas flying around, while these nuances are conveyed more efficiently onscreen with a dark look or an appropriate music cue.)

I like that the show is taking its time exploring the question of culpability, not just in examining the motives of the evildoers but in fleshing out all the people who are involved, even if that’s only indirectly. Yi-kyung’s mother had it right when she charged all of society for being guilty, which includes people who never laid a hand on her daughter but were negligent in their duties to protect her. The mean girls weren’t the ones causing all the trouble, but they contributed to the harassment, and Yi-kyung herself assumes responsibility for her part in keeping quiet.

I presume that the thing actually driving Jung-woo is not just fear over his affair coming to light—not that that wouldn’t be damning enough, given that he has lofty connections and she’s a minor in his care. But he was sending his gangsters after her before he had reason to fear the affair would be exposed, and he made reference to Yi-kyung being overly curious and knowing too much. So I presume that over the course of her affair with Teach, Yi-kyung accidentally became privy to dangerous information, and thus became a loose end needing tying. Given that Chairman Hong seems to be up to no end of nefarious activities (as evidenced by his literal chamber of secrets), I can imagine that whatever she found out, it was highly volatile information. While Yi-kyung was on good terms with Jung-woo, i imagine this wasn’t a major concern—but it’s obvious that she could very well become his weakness.

Bok-dong is fast becoming my favorite character, thanks to both the layered writing and the excellent portrayal by young actor Jisoo (he’s very new and only has a handful of credits, like Han Gong-ju, and made his debut in a theater play. I’m betting he’ll be breaking out in no time). I want so badly for him to be saved, and for Kang-ja to get through to him to be the person she didn’t have when she was in his place. She was perhaps stronger than he was in that position since she, like Ah-ran, doesn’t falter in doing the right thing even when it hurts herself, but he’s not just some weak kid who fell off the straight path. I feel the crux to his character (and to saving him) lies in his relationship to his brother, which feels like a tangled web of self-sacrifice and guilt. Until we’re told what happened to the brothers we can only guess, but something tells me that’s a whole hotbed of conflict right there.

More than anything I want for him to escape Dong-chil’s clutches, because Dong-chil has claimed too many souls. I actually don’t think he raped Kang-ja, which makes him ever so slightly less terrible than when I thought he did, so I’m hoping that turns out to be the case—it would just be too horrible for him to be Ah-ran’s father. (I’m pinning my hopes on the possibility that he found out Kang-ja was pregnant with Bum’s baby and beat her—kicking her in the stomach specifically—in retaliation. Which still makes him Ah-ran’s uncle, but at least it’s not as horrible.

The writing thus far has been the most captivating aspect of Angry Mom for me, but I do think everything is elevated by the moody, eerie, and sometimes stark directing. It’s not just a directing style that makes everything look pretty, either—although pretty is always nice—but one that has a role in shaping narrative. Intercut scenes are well-done to tie in themes across scenes and characters, and moods are established, built, and undercut constantly. You can feel the director editing together shots and sequences to have an emotional effect, and you can see the thoughtfulness behind his choices. For instance, Ae-yeon’s battering is interplayed with the chairman’s opera singing, at once lovely and ghastly, providing a sardonic contrast. And the sequence toward the end as Yi-kyung was meeting her end packed a punch for the way everyone was addressing her or thinking of her, bringing poignancy to her last moments.

All that and we’ve barely scratched the surface. We still have so much more ground to cover, and I’m excited for what comes next.

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I just submitted my final term paper of my student career! And out of all topics, it was about drug lords, Pablo Escobar and Joaquín Guzman. Needlessly to say, I'm so happy to finally being able to go back to reading what i like and enjoy - your reviews and the DB blog.

DB, i missed you!

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I was promised funny and cute moments but all I got so far are two very swollen eyes. It's been years since I cried this much because of a drama. I still can't believe how young Kim Hee-sun looks. Can't help but ship her with the high schoolers. ㅠㅠ This drama just keeps on blowing my mind and I can't imagine how intense it would get from here on because it has more than enough tension for me. Thanks for the recaps javabeans!

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Oh! It's ALi's song, I tell you! That song did this to me. The lyrics are just spot on and ALi's interpretation of the song is just wow. She always sing with overflowing emotions.

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yeah it didnt turn out fun at all, I giving it a miss myself, though I can see why other may watch it.

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Ali's song reminds me of how I felt right after my son died. It really captures a parent's anguis so well.

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@Ann I'm really Sorry about your son! *Beanie hug*

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this drama is becoming my fav to watch, i didnt even realize i started crying towards the end. that pathetic teacher, taking advantage of a vulnerable student and now she is dead. i hope he gets whats coming to him. i like bok dong as well and i am loving noah teach. also i agree with the mum holding society responsible, but she is part of that to, she wasnt fully there for her daughter and wasnt there when she wanted someone to talk to. im excited for next week, it looks like a good ep

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Me too! Looks like the next episode will not be as grim as this. After four episodes of intense reality I would love to see something funny and cute.

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For some reason when I saw the preview for this episode I thought there might be something between Go Bokdong and Yikyung, only for her to die this episode :'( their chemistry was so great in that brief moment.

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I saw it as well! It could be that, or Bok Dong just doesn't anyone to be really dead. He does the minimum of scaring the students but just enough for his part of the deal with Dong Chil. If they are giving Ah Ran a romance, I too want Bong Dok to be her interest. After Mom saves him at least. Or maybe Mom adopts him later on! Where the heck is his parents?

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I also saw Bok-dong as giving a short of dark protector vibe rather than a bully in this episode.

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Sorry, sort, not short.

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He does have that dark protector vibe. However, he scared me a little after re-watching episode 1. I am open to a non-romance for Ah-Ran now I think. Haha! We'll see where my heart goes. I wish him happiness in Mom's care at least.

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This drama is not about the bullies created by the kids, it also make realised that adults and parents are the one who make them been liked this. I am great that I found a nice Korean drama for this year.

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This show is AMAZING. I can't wait to see how Jung Woo and his cronies try to pin the scandal on Noah.

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I agree... Brava to Jisoo who plays Bok Dong. His character gripped me from the start. I can feel his vulnerability. His movements, facial expressions and soulful eyes around other characters, especially Mom, make me want to get up and clap. I always wait for his appearance. An edge of the seat episode. Next week can't come sooner. Love the soundtrack and the fact that they didnt cast young actors for flashbacks of the leads' past.

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Well saying! I totally agreed with you.

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Bok Dong's characters revealed in this episode 4 really make us so sympathise for him, if not because of involving his own brother with Dong Chil, he won't be used by Dong Chil. Amazing mom, my favourite mom foreseen him as just a weak kid been used is so right, please help him out and guide him correctly. Love this drama plots so much.

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My gosh. This is intense!

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*sigh* I knew Yi kyung would die as they showed it to us in the previous episode but I had hope it wouldn't happen. I don't think I have cried so much after Healer episode 12.
I find Sang tae and Bong dong two very interesting characters and I hope he's not in prison for the rest of the series. I really want to see him on myscreen. I wonder what's in the vault that they're trying so hard to protect.
Thank you so much for the recap, javabeans ❤ I was not able to understand conversations when I watched it without subtitles.

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Two episodes of Unkind Women helped me recover after watching this episode. So dark!
I can't believe she took the blame for killing Bum.

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I.m really...really fastinate by this drama. So emotional and very darker.. Oh gosh l love this drama.

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I think this show is really honing in on the effects of when adults are indifferent in children's lives. Almost every adult in this drama (with the exception of Kang Ja) have some form of indifference: the teachers in the school (even the main teacher who was making light of Yikyung's problems and not really listening to her), Kang Ja and Yikyung's mothers, the judge, Kang Ja's husband and mother-in-law, Baro's dad, etc. This show is very honest about what can happen to youth when the ppl who are supposed to protect and guide them don't and how especially vulnerable they become to predators like Dong Chil and the pedo teacher. This show gives me the chills but I'm totally addicted and as much as I hope for an ending full of justice and happiness for the characters, I also hope it maintains its sense of realism and does justice to the issues they're tackling.

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I am glad found this great drama to watch. This drama is not about the children bully among themselves but it is about the adults who make them to be.
Yi Kyung's mom just cares much of her career than her daughter's sakes although she knew what happened between her daughter and Jung Woo?
Baro's father is only know how to use his power and position to violent those who lower level than him?
Kang Ja's husband and his mom are irresponsible person who don't mind Ah-Ran's problems because she is not their own blood.
Bok Dong been used by Ahn Dong Chil because his own brother in jail.
Naoh teacher is not don't listen to Yi Kyung's problems because he still naïve, doesn't know what is the real world going on?

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I'm pretty sure Yikyung's mom wasn't aware of the relationship between her daughter and jungwoo. When Yikyung tried to tell her, she was interrupted by a phone call so she never got the chance to do so.

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What Na Oh said while counselling Yi Kyung is what most adults think. They downplay a teens problems simply because its emotional and not physical. Just because a kid doesn't have to worry about making a living, or taking care of others, their problems are not significant enough compared to ours.

That's really sad. No Ah's dismissal of Yi Kyung's burden was tragic to see. The moment that scene was over, I knew Yi Kyung would die. Because that happens so often in real life.

Yi Kyung's mother isn't a bad person, or even a bad mother. But somehow providing a living for her family takes precedence over her family. If at that one moment she had just sat down to listen to her daughter instead of thinking she was whining, her daughter might have lived. And that guilt will follow her the rest of her life.

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"Just because a kid don't have to worry about making a living or taking care of others then their problems are not complicated and treated seriously compare to the adults."

I think this is the case in our community. We don't listen. We're not paying attention. Because we compare their livelihood with ours back in the days.

We don't put the sophisticated lifestyle with over-exposed information changed into considerations on how teens live up today.

I saw some teens hurt themselves in social media when they heard Zayn leaving One Direction. Its so sick and i can't believe many of 1D fans think that hurt-slice-your-own-skin is something they can be proud of.

Angry Mom might be the 2nd best thriller kdrama after Punch, for me.
just because its blatant and relevant issues.

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Oh gosh! the over exposure of everything is so scary! I really commend today's teens for managing this life.

One silly mistake and your humiliation is broadcast worldwide. And sure, people do forget equally fast, when the next thrilling episode comes up, but still...it's scary.

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Also side note, the actor who plays Bok Dong is also in this filipino/korean romance movie called seoul mates. Youtube trailer can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SEG_nRUNZeQ

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another side note (obviously i have a lot of commentary lol) but i hope baro gets more scenes in the upcoming episodes!

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Very interesting characters, Sang tae and Bok dong. I did not think I'd ever like the bullies in any series after watching School 2013 but here it's different.

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The boys are more interesting than the bullies in..Heirs. Much More. I don't care a hoot about the Heirs Bullies (except for a bit for Woo Bin. MinHo's character was a bully too in my opinion. I would run away from him in real life.)

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Ha! It's amusing reading English/Hangul subs then hearing Filipino lines. XD

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OMG Thanks for this! This is indie, right? Then there's no way for me to watch it since I live in Canada. Burnnnn

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So sad! I was hoping against hopes Yi Kyung won't die.

Bok Dong and Sang Tae aren't essentially bad characters rather they seem to be influenced by their environment. Both need some good influence and helping hand to get them back on the good path. Bok Dong is shown to be conflicted with what he doesn't want to do and what he is being pushed to do. He tries to warn off people against danger so he has redeeming qualities. Same about Sang Tae; he is disturbed with his father's violent tendencies. I shudder at what that kid must have gone through all these years.

I too hope Kang Jae helps Bok Dong get out of this mess. Seems like Dong Chil/Jung Woo pushed pushed Yi Kyung to her death.

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I love this drama plots. Really opens-out our eyes about another bully problems been used by adults on the kids without realised their mistakes.

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Reading the recap while listening to The Cranberries "Animal Instinct" makes it even more grim...(remembering the music video, where the mother desperately tries to reunite with her children).
What a cold, cruel world these characters live in. Or do we live in that world, too? We say we're not responsible, but we are..

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Holy sh---- cow.

This show is dark and good. All the main players are doing great.

I know now it's not going to hold our hands and let everything be okay, but I still wish Kang-ja and Gong-joo would somehow beat every evil person's ass and save all the kids who need saving.

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After I fought my way thru the forest with entangled branches of korean names I decided to watch this one. Hope the subs are out

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Yeah already subbed at Viki, they are super fast!

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Episode 1, 2 and 3 have subtitles.
I just checked, 4 has subtitles too.
On viki.

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Thanks @sarah @saema.

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both KYJ and Baro have little screentime >.<

maybe they ar busy with their movie (Joy)

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We are on episode 4. Maybe the storyline currently just doesn't give it away. Ah Ran seems to be back next episode, since she confronts Jung Woo at the end of this episode. And Sang Tae while not having much screentime right now kinda is one of the driving points. He'll appear more often when needed.

I wouldn't always say it's because of the shedule, but just because the directors want it like that.

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Teacher Noah crying in the end there was some real powerful acting. I could feel his sense of failure and despair. I am curious to know how this will affect his "puppies and rainbows" view on life.

I really like this drama so far even though this was not what I was expecting based on the teasers.

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OMG! I can tell you, Ji Hyun Woo really acts good in this drama. Give him thumb-up at the end of this episode 4.

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I am so in touched by his crying emotions. Feel so sorry for him, putting all the blames on him. Hope Kang Ja sees him as a nice and dedicate teacher soon.

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I'm going to hell - I find Kang Ja and Bok Dong kiiiiinda cute. Welp.

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*nudges fraz* I'm with you. Because I'm thinking same.

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Argh me three!
When he looks back at Bang Wool / Kang Ja as the police takes him away, his eyes pleading her "살려주세요" ! Feels!
Gosh, He really has become my fav' on this show!

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How I wish that Kang Ja tries to tell Bok Dong her real identity in this moments.

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I adored that moments Kang Ja as a motherhood figure feeds Bok Dong the good foods in her restaurant.

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I know, right? I was squeeling until I caught myself. He's a freakin high school student and she's a mom! But they're cuute so...

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oops. just marathoned the four episodes and...yeah.
i wish she'd tell him already she is a mom.

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ME TOO. :/

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At the edge of my seat with this show. I wouldn't call it realistic by any means, but you can sense the emotions from the characters and it hits you so hard. While Yikyung's death was expected for sure, it didn't make things any harder to swallow when it did happen and her being pregnant with that a-hole Jungwoo's kid adds nothing but insult to injury. I hope Kangja figures Jungwoo out and kicks his face in (with Noah at the side, poor baby just had everything he stood for slam-dunked into the trash + framed for the mess Jungwoo caused).

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anyone knows how old the actor who plays Bok Dong is?

He's my favourite character so far.

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Ji Soo. He's a rookie (his CV is still short).

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OMG! He gives me the feelings for what I feel for him. I love Kang Ja for knowing him just a weak kid for been used for. Hope Kang Ja stands for him for been accused on Yi Kyung's death.

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I saw somewhere that he's 20 but can't be sure too.

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Born March 30th 1993

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The only word I can say right now is OMG..OMG..OMG
If schools were this twisted I would never go..

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You won't know it until you felt it.

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I made the mistake of choosing Daddy Yeol over Angry Mom to watch but now that I realized how wrong I was I'm gonna fix this as soon as possible. I''l definitely start watching this weekend

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I'm just happy Bok-dong didn't commit the murder. This episode gave a little more insight into Dong-chil's character and I feel pretty bad for him since he's also just following orders. I'm thankful he at least stood up for Bok-dong and then went to do the evil deed himself instead of physically forcing or threatening Bok-dong. Based on how much he was drinking, he didn't even enjoy giving the order to BD.

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I do not know what you mean? Dong Chil is really villain, he is not following the orders, he just feels he was right in whatever things he done.
He can choose not to follow Jung Woo because Hong was his master but he thinks he is right decisions to abide Jung Woo to destroy Hong's empire.

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Are you watching the drama or just reading the recaps because I disagree with your assessment. Based on the information we have of his character, I don't get the feeling he feels right in whatever he's doing, and he's not helping JW destroy Hong's empire.

I don't agree with his evil deeds or decisions in life, but I still think he's a pathetic and pitiful character. Even though he's a "villain", he's also a victim in society's hierarchy of power which is organized like this:

Minister of Education
Hong
JW
DC
BD

which is like this in high school:

ST
BD
Mean girl trio
AR and YK

He warned both JW and AY (when he caught them kissing) to keep their positions and just follow Hong's orders/rules.

I get the feeling he's kind of like BD. Something happened in his life to corner him without options so now he lives in a prison of bad deeds.

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He's a repulsive woman beater who clearly has no problems attempting to rape women and can't take responsibility for killing his brother with his insanity and violence. He's not pitiable, he's disgusting.

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I'm using the word pitiful with a negative connotation and I was just observing that every character (whether labeled "good" or "bad") is a victim of something and that those experiences combined can lead to horrible, unforgiving and hateful actions, especially if the person continues down a dark path. A person just doesn't become a bad person overnight; there's a back story (like in Punch and IHYV). Even someone like DC, despite negative flashbacks, still protects and/or shows concern for BD and AY in his aggressive way..much the same way BD acts toward AR and YK. I suspect DC thought KJ was a bad person/influence and didn't want his younger brother to turn out like himself and that turned into hatred when his younger brother was accidentally killed.

I like how the social hierarchy in high school mirrors that of the adult world, and I'm hoping Noah and Kang-ja will prevent kids like ST and BD from becoming evil-doers like the adults in their life.

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*Applause* I am watching the Award winning script-writer and it is so good as an award-winner story too. I love all the casts in this drama especially Kim Hee Seon. I knew her thru 'Faith'. No only her beauty captured me but her good acting skills too.

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I want more and more of this drama. Not about lovelines between Otps or popular actors, the story-plots attracted me to this drama. Great involved between higher and powerful politics and gangsters and normal society circumstance.

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I am hooked on Angry Mom. With its great acting, suspense, and compelling characters. I can't get enough of it.
Still, I could do without the conspiracies with a capital C. There is enough smarm at that school without corrupt government officials and secret rooms. How will the writer ever unravel it all?

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I haven't started watching this show yet but it doesn't sound like what I was expecting. I was expecting a fun light-hearted rom-com/daughter-mother show. But despite it being different then I was expecting it still seems really good.

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Thanks for recapping Angry Mom Javabeans.
Now that episodes are subbed @ 100%, finally able to watch it and catch up. Totally different from what I was expecting. As we go further down the rabbit hole, it's complex, compelling, and at moments downright scary.

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Ok. I'm officially in love with Bok Dong. He has a very Yeo Woon vibe (From Warrior Baek Dong Soo). I just love those tortured (good at heart) guys who choose the wrong side at the wrong age because they follow the adult they think is good.

I love how he's worried for Kang Ja's safety when he sees her at the bar. I love how he tries to get Yi Kyung to leave. And, based on the worry on his face, I think he went to that school to save her rather than find her.

The actor playing him is also amazing. He looks the part as well.

I love Kang Ja immensely. I totally get her frustration with the system and her fear. And I love that she sees the kids for who they are - just kids that need help.

This drama is so dark, usually the kind that I stay away from (threat of rape, pedophilia etc etc) but it so riveting that it's now my drama crack.

Also, I love how the drama shows the teacher-student affair. Mostly in dramas it's shown as romantic which is fine in dramaland. But in real life, it usually is more similar to what is shown here. It's not fun and roses. There's a power imbalance that can be really icky.

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The preview for next week looks really interesting ... Mother Daughter crime fighting time!

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more than sure those two killed her and made it seem like suicide,hope Kang Ja will save Bok Dong,he doesn't deserve to be in prison,even more showing us the same thing as what happened to KJ back then,even if she might choosen herself to take the guilt(more than sure from her guit that the lil. bro died protecting her)...i suspect Bok Dong lived alone without anyone and his bro was his only family,so in his case sadly doens't seem so much choice even mroe with Dong Chil clows on him deeply even more using his weeknes in manipulating him and in the end he is still a kid...maybe KJ can say he was with her even if the later is a lie or talk to the judge to help him...after this episode i'm sure both him and Sung tae aren't bad guys even if they are potrayed like that in the beggining,they aren't the goodie ones but they use what they have to fight in their own way their world..Sung Tae for sure hates his dad and his violent nature,he clearly hates him for resembling his ex. wife...if we think both Bok Dong and him saved the girls in their ways even if sometimes were way too extreme,ST saved Kang Ja from being expelled as well...

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I wonder how Kang-ja is going to help Bok Dong as his witness after knowing he was related to Dong Chil? If it so, the secrets will release so soon.

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Thanks for the recap! Yes, I agree this drama is a lot darker than most but I appreciate that. It's not so dark that it's not watchable but just enough to lend credibility to the story and to the characters. I already empathize with so many characters. It's not just about the kids and the bullying in the present but through Kang-Ja we see in parallel what happens when the school and parents shirk their duties, when children are bullied or become bullies simply to survive. The consequences of that aren't just "well, kids will be kids and they fight and that's how they grow up," as the principal casually said in the last episode. No, the consequences are much more severe, as we see here and as we have seen through Kang-Ja's flashbacks.

I also like Bok-Dong. He clearly plays the bully both because he is told to but because he knows that that's the way to survive. Eat or be eaten, as they say. But you can tell that he doesn't like it, that he is just craving love. It was so sad when he said he hung out with Dong-Chil because he is trash. It's sad that he is so young but has such negative image of himself. I hope that Kang-Ja will be the caring adult-figure that he clearly doesn't have. I also hope for a romance between Ah-ran and Bok-dong. I think it'll be cute.

I really hope for a romance between Kang-Ja and Noah. Her husband isn't bad to her but he also doesn't seem like the greatest guy on earth. Maybe a bit cowardly, selfish, immature and needy. And certainly the mother-in-law is no peach. I'm hoping he'll do something cowardly that betrays Kang-Ja and she leaves him for Noah. I haven't felt a strong chemistry between her and Noah yet but am hoping that'll change. If anything, I feel a stronger chemistry between her and Bok-dong but...alas, that's not going to work out obviously.

Noah was a bit irritating to me this episode. I understand he has a great sunny disposition but that [email protected]@ is annoying! I mean, dude, your student is trying to talk to you about something serious. You don't know what it is. And dismissing it as something light and "teen-angst" driven is totally inappropriate and just insensitive and naive. I have a feeling they'll develop his character more in the coming episodes so he has a better understanding about life and reality but so far, he's just way too naive and therefore ineffective. I don't think being a realist and having a sunny disposition are mutually exclusive. I hope Noah can learn to be both.

Finally, a couple of technically annoyances about the show that didn't make any kind of sense whatsoever:

1) The secret chamber is in the school library. Why the heck did Yi-kyung have to sneak there at night? Couldn't she just open it in the middle of the day in front of all the teachers and students and be like, "woah, what the heck is this!" Instead of taking a photo of it at night? Isn't it only if the place is some secret place that is NOT in public? Also, doesn't this...

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(sorry, part of my last comment got deleted).

... doesn't this school have security guards and cameras? I mean, it's supposed to be one of the best schools and they don't have them? I watched School 2013 and they had security guards and cameras in that show/school.

2) Woah, the police. How the heck do you release autopsy reports about a minor to just anyone?? I understand he is the school's head something but even before releaing it to her mom?? And then relying on him to tell the mom about the report and the pregnancy??? How crazy is that? Yi-Kyung was a minor at that? The police clearly broke protocol - not only do you not release autopsy reports, especially about a minor, to some random guy/teacher and NOT her parent, but you also disclose information on an on-going investigation to an outsider? How does that work? Even in the most obvious suicide cases they keep it mum, do the investigation to rule out homicide, and then they release a statement confirming that it was suicide. Otherwise, it's deemed an ongoing investigation - which it should be since all they have is a suicide note the authenticity of which was clearly not verified by a hand-writing expert. Crazy crazy!! I hate it when shows skip over reality and details like that in order to have it fit the plot. Here, the writers clearly wanted to have the pregnancy remain a secret in order to drive the mystery and the story forward a lot longer. It annoys me when they try to dumb down the audience by missing details like this. This would never happen in real life. It's annoying.

Other that that, I think this is a great drama to watch so far. I'm enjoying it immensely. I just hope that there are more Kang-Ja being badass parts in each episode.

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I found that odd too .... wth would they inform the school authorities and not the parents! Are they planning to cremate without proper investigation? Jung Woo's crime would come to light if they did a DNA test ... which I guess he wants to avoid at all costs.

As to the homeroom teacher, yeah, I too was frustrated ... but he just got the shock of his life and his learning curve is going to be interesting to watch. Am eager to see how he goes on now and what he does to save the kids from all those evildoers at school.

Bok Dong is the most interesting character after the mother-daughter duo.

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Just finished all 4 episodes !

Such a punch in my gut! A world so rich, so complex, so nuanced. I get how world is poetry to Noah and hell to Yi Keong. And how much I feel bad for Yi Keong demise, I feel bad for Noah for having to open his eyes in this way!

I knew Yi Keong's death was coming on, when she quietly reflected her actions and took responsibility for it. Accepted what she did and what she couldn't change. That bought tears to my eyes! She was finally owning up and growing up. And then life was really cruel to snatch her away.

And my tears, they always free flowing. I have tears every time Kang Ja apologizes to her daughter.

I can see why this drama was selected as winner of writing contest! Its just hitting me right there where I can't ignore it. Each and every issue.

*prepares box of tissues* I think am ready for the show!

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is the bullying real in korea? is it that serious? if it is, i thought this drama would finally give a wise solution to it, but it doesn`t seem so..its just my wish..not every girl can be that tough and skilled..i wonder why the bullying? it`s like they just do it because they have money and power, and treat others like flies who does not get hurt even when being beaten to death..even cyber bullying is so bad nowadays and have caused so many deaths all around the world..i don`t get it..why they do that to another human being? just why??? but i`m quite afraid that a drama like these (with teenagers) might put bad ideas in the real daily life of the youngsters..it is not just art..it could lead to a collapsed society..it might be fiction that will be put into action..and eventually causes another real death..i might sound dramatic, but bulliers do exist..

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"but loses the moment to a phone call."
"and Yi-kyung herself assumes responsibility for her part in keeping quiet."

And the mom for paying more attention to her phone than her obviously troubled daughter.

*So sick of the 'missed opportunity due to phone call' trope*

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I wasn't planning on watching this show. Then, I read just the opening lines of ep 4 review and I thought, okay, why not, let's give it a go.

Holy. Wow. This is good. I am caught up and watched all 4 episodes back to back. It is insanely good. I can't wait to see how this show continues to develop.

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So did Jung woo Have a sex scandal with ah ran ah aswell? I'm so confused...... Ah ran ah is not kang ja's child it's her sisters. Is Jung woo mad because eithe police can find that he's the father from the child or is he sad he killed his child??

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I understand the confusion given the number of side characters and the depth of their lives exposed in only 4 episodes, alongside with the leads'. Jung-woo, the teacher, had a sex scandal with Yi-Kyung (the dead girl) and not Ah Ran (Yi-Kyung's best friend and daughter to Bang Wool/ Kang Ja. Ah Ran is Kang Ja's biological daughter; if you watch ep 1 or 2 again Kang Ja read Ah Ran's diary to find her daughter confiding that she knew Kang Ja had no siblings to begin with, and in ep 4 when her friend at the club asked her Kang-Ja insisted that Ah Ran is no one's daughter but hers.

Jung Woo's reaction might be a mix of guilt and fear, first for making Yi-Kyung pregnant (which will trigger investigation as to the real father of the child, which might eventually lead to him) and second for the possibility of his connection with Yi-Kyung discovered (e.g. when they do the DNA test). I don't think he'll feel sad, considering how cold-blooded he is.

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@Makros,
I still don't understand why Yi Kyung threatened to be bullied by Jung Woo in school.

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The drama is so dark.. I though it will be cute and funny...

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This drama's got me hooked for sure. Four episodes in I am completely engaged with the story and invested in these characters. I had originally thought it was going to be a funny rom com but it turns out to be a very thought-provoking human interest drama highlighting some very serious issues; bullying and violence against women. Kim Hee Seon is fast becoming my favourite actress in her portrayal as the mature high schooler and the defender of the weak.

I agree with your comments that I hope Gang Ja wasn't raped. That would be devastating for Ah Ran. Glad to see her coming back to school in the next episode. I also like Bok Dong and want to see him redeemed. Also sense that Sang Tae is going to be an emerging character.

Can't wait for next week. Angry Mom fighting!

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Just caught up with this one. It's dark, and totally unexpected - but I'm loving it all the same. Looking forward to episode 5!

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I agree. It feels like I've been watching for weeks but we're only on episode 4. This show is like a dark version of School 2013 that's set in the realm of Cruel City. Needless to say....I am completely engrossed.

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So far, so great: IMO, this drama is achieving that rare trifecta of excellent writing, directing, and acting-- and it deserves lots of bonus points for the effectively-used soundtrack. In this ep., I was especially wowed by the way the clip in which Chairman Hong was singing "Granada" was done. But there were plenty of other great moments, too.

So glad you're recapping this-- thank you!!

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Can I just say I loved the rendition of "Granada"? Why didn't this actor go into classical singing? LOL I mean, I know, he's an amazing actor, but...he sings so well too!^^

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My poor expectations of a ligh, fun drama, RIP haha

Angry mom's not what I wanted, it's way better! I totally love where it's going, because we need a serious look into society's ills, and it's beautifully done here.

Everyone seems to like Bokdong and Sangtae a lot. While I see them as interesting characters, I like Noah, the dynamics he has with Kangja and all the potential for growth by learning from each other I can see in them.

I am looking forward to having Aran return to school, because she's the least developed character so far, and I'm hoping to see some more.

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I really love angry mom!
Can't wait for the mother daughter bond! <3

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I am really enjoying this show too. Just want to say that anyone, in this case Chairman Hong, who has a giant black wolf and giant sword displayed like that in their house is evil. Haha.

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I have a lot of feelings about this show.

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