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Falling for Innocence: Episode 11

Sometimes seeing one’s own likeness can be an unpleasant wake-up call, but thankfully our hero is already well aware of the man he used to be. What matters for the battle ahead is the kind of man Min-ho and Joon-hee will choose to be, and one of them doesn’t have to become the other to do it. Putting up a strong face in front of those he cares for can be tiring too, so it’s a relief that Min-ho knows he needs to recharge his batteries before facing a new day.

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EPISODE 11 RECAP

After surprising everyone as the new face of Gold Partners, Joon-hee and Min-ho speak alone about the investment in Hermia’s New Product. If Hermia doesn’t deliver a sample of said product by next week, Gold Partners will demand early repayment of the entire debt.

Min-ho immediately counters that someone needs to deposit that money first, but Joon-hee cuts him off impatiently—the smallest financial flaw in Hermia can allow him to acquire a court order and the entire deal can go up in flames.

Joon-hee knows Min-ho liquidated all of his assets to help fund this project, but how will he repay Hermia’s owed bonds?

Hearing all this only reminds Min-ho of how much of an asshole he used to be, but that’s the whole point of Joon-hee’s performance—to show him that it was the position that made the man, not the other way around. Now that he’s the top dog, he’ll gladly throw back the same words Min-ho used to spit at him.

Still, Min-ho can’t help but be a little impressed at being on the receiving end of one of his old attacks. Asking Secretary Oh about the possible repercussions of breaking their contract early, he’s told that aside from the penalty fee, it’s only a matter of time until word gets out about Gold Partners’ involvement.

Aw, Min-ho is more worried about how this might affect the rest of the employees rather than himself, despite being two steps away from living on the streets. He tells Secretary Oh to keep quiet about this, especially from Soon-jung.

He’s none too happy to hear that Joon-hee was the one who kept the important folks happy in the past. But he does mostly keep things quiet around Soon-jung, assigning her busy work instead. Her suspicion radar pings, however, when one secretary notes that the Korea Food & Drug Administration — whom Joon-hee has courted before — has been quite the stickler lately.

It’s Joon-hee’s connections and knowledge of Hermia’s inner workings that currently give him the upper hand. He assures Ji-hyun that they’ll see Min-ho sulk like a child soon enough.

Joon-hee pays off an informant to keep an eye on Noh Hyungnim as well as dig into Kang Min-ho’s background… and find that one weak point that will ensure his downfall.

Worried about The Product and Min-ho’s health, Soon-jung finds him asleep in his office… or so she thinks because he startles her moments later. She feels bad that there’s so little she can do for him while he’s unable to sleep from the stress.

But Min-ho fixates his gaze on her, and recalling Dr. Jo’s words about the effect Soon-jung has on his health, he says there is something she can do…

… then places her hand on his cheek. This is his prescription meds, he says. He momentarily worries that her cold hand might be indicative of her poor health, but then says it feels nice.

Batting away her concern, Min-ho insists that nothing’s wrong and tells her to stay still so he can finish his dose.

It appears Noh Hyungnim isn’t the only one with a medical condition—his wife needs a kidney transplant but can’t afford the surgery. Ok-hyun drops by with a witness affidavit, and while the product tampering case will be closed soon with Joon-hee’s father’s death, Noh Hyungnim isn’t completely off the hook because he still faces gambling charges.

She tells him the same thing his wife does: to come to his senses and lead a decent life from now on.

The New Product production comes to an abrupt halt when one of their major suppliers suddenly pulls out. Soon-jung and Min-ho head over to speak with the headman, and when reason doesn’t work, Min-ho asks outright if this was Joon-hee’s doing. Was it a bribe or a threat?

A threat it seems, as an earlier conversation with Joon-hee shows that he pinned the supplier’s weakness. Screw the ten-year relationship with Hermia—if they continue to help Hermia, these documents will go public.

Bad news travels fast too, because Soon-jung receives an urgent phone call that Gold Partners is on their way regarding the halted production. Now Joon-hee’s the one boasting an entourage and swiveling his chair around with an air of arrogance when Min-ho finally arrives.

Min-ho throws the first stone though, asking if Joon-hee likes him or something since imitation is flattery. But Joon-hee has come armed and ready, citing that The Product has failed to make it past the KFDA and has halted production. He repeats Min-ho’s past insult that that means there’s a problem in leadership—why, Min-ho should’ve stuck with bond investments instead of playing business management.

A few snickers chafe him, but Min-ho retorts that the same can be said for him—what’s a lawyer doing playing CEO? “Were you tired of playing the underdog and wanna be the top dog now?”

If that remark digs under Joon-hee’s skin, we can’t tell because he brushes it off of his shoulder. Suspended production counts as a violation of their contract too, so now Min-ho has two weeks to either: a) pay the investment debt in full or b) hand over full authority of the New Product.

But that’s not where the Min-ho cosplay ends—Gold Partners wants to dispatch a representative director to protect their interests. And guess who that’s gonna be?

And if the sense of dejavu hasn’t been drilled in enough already, Joon-hee demands Soon-jung as his secretary. Um, if Joon-hee’s using the same methods Min-ho once did, shouldn’t Min-ho know how to beat him?

Anyhow, Min-ho refuses the demand—a leader is supposed to protect his employees. How can he possibly expect to protect the thousands under his wing if he’s unable to protect one? Joon-hee twists those words around immediately: Will Min-ho forsake the thousands for the one lady and still call himself a leader?

Soon-jung volunteers herself to work under Joon-hee, citing that following protocol is in the company’s best interest. Even though that puts an end to the stand-off, Min-ho is not happy about it.

It’s as if Joon-hee really has studied Min-ho all the way down to his mannerisms, and although Soon-jung follows Joon-hee for now, she warmly promises Min-ho that she’ll come back and they’ll talk.

Joon-hee wastes no time to rub the situation in Soon-jung’s face in his office, and for what it’s worth he states his motive pretty clearly: he won’t stand to see Soon-jung helping Min-ho and doesn’t care if she gets caught in the line of fire anymore.

She must think him a monster, and then blames her for all of this. Uh, o-kay crazypants. But Soon-jung remains steadfast and hands over her resignation—she’ll continue to help Min-ho where Joon-hee can’t find her. Speaking in banmal now, she’s willing to choose to quit her job than to work for him.

And because Joon-hee’s wearing his big boy villain pants now, he swears to make sure she regrets saying those words. It’ll be fun for him continuing to torture Min-ho while she stands by and watches Min-ho hit rock bottom.

But that means she must stay here to watch every excruciating moment of it, Joon-hee tells her. Needless to say, he rips up her resignation letter.

Soon-jung puts up a strong front with Min-ho, who can see right past her facade. This is his fight and her involvement only makes him feel even more like a fool, Min-ho says. Her apology brings him back to Earth, and Soon-jung says she didn’t want to be a burden for him.

She asks why he wasn’t honest with her about having a hard time lately because of Joon-hee. But it’s clear that he didn’t want to worry her either, and the best way Soon-jung can help is to do as she’s told.

For now, they’ll look into different suppliers, and once Soon-jung is gone, Min-ho whispers, “Why do you think yourself a burden? You’re a gift to my life.” Aw.

Hearing that a victim hit by a truck suffered injuries to the shin has Ok-hyun re-examine Dong-wook’s accident. She seeks out her forensic friend who confirms that theory—injury to the knees, like Dong-wook had, suggests the victim was hit by a passenger car.

Unable to secure new suppliers and no time to secure more loans, Director Yoon suggests that they can sell some luxury products they’ve kept aside at a discount and gain quick cash that way. Min-ho greenlights the idea, resolving to put out the immediate fire first.

Ok-hyun seeks out Min-ho at home to follow up on his hunch. I love that she rolls her eyes at the “there’s another person inside of me” line and puts up with Min-ho bogus psychic ability. Pfft, just look at that dorky high-five between Min-ho and Secretary Oh.

Obviously, Min-ho gets every personal detail wrong about her, but grabs her arm before she can hit him. He knows that Ok-hyun is Soon-jung’s friend, which means he has to win her favor first. So… does she wanna be friends? LOL.

Ok-hyun asks if Min-ho likes Soon-jung, then kicks him in disapproval when he nods. Jeez, woman—what does it take for you to see your friend be happy and move on then? But Min-ho spits out one vital clue before she storms out: the man she’s looking for wears a unique watch with a fish design.

Elsewhere, Joon-hee is enraged to hear that Noh Hyungnim has gone missing, unaware that he’s hiding just around the corner.

Soon-jung’s concern for Min-ho weighs heavy on her mind, and Secretary Oh’s face lights up when she shares that she’s worried about a pitiful guy. He asks who that might be, but another secretary cuts in with a personal story about how pathetic men only end in misery.

It’s kinda awesome that Secretary Oh’s been in on this girl time, so when he relays the info to Min-ho, joking that he’s got a rival, the latter is not pleased. And then he gives Min-ho the full body scan as if saying, Seriously, what does she see in you?

Director Yoon comes running in with bad news: their discounted luxury beauty cream is selling at an even lower price in the supermarkets, and there are rumors swirling that Hermia will soon go bankrupt (again). He believes this was Gold Partners aka Joon-hee’s doing.

So while Hermia is in an uproar, Joon-hee celebrates this failure. Their only chance to stay afloat now is the New Product’s success. Soon-jung comes to Min-ho with strong words of encouragement—she heard from her father about how Min-ho’s father would lay down his pride whenever there was a crisis.

This situation is nothing compared to what the company has faced in the past—in fact, this is the beginning. That’s enough for Min-ho to pick himself up and face the day.

Min-ho and Soon-jung get to work trying to find alternative suppliers, even thinking of turning to directly contact the farms which produce the raw materials. Hermia does have the production facilities to process these materials; however, it’ll take another couple of days.

When Ok-hyun saves Secretary Oh from a group of high school thugs, he hugs her in gratitude. He gets paid with a punch to the gut. Ha.

Ok-hyun finds it hard to believe Min-ho’s “gut feeling” about finding someone wearing a unique watch, but Secretary Oh finds himself drawn to her. He tries pulling that back-hug-roll-up-her-sleeves flirty move, only to hilariously fail.

Back in Joon-hee’s office, Ji-hyun points out that they failed to take into account the other person who knows Hermia just as much as Joon-hee does working for Min-ho: Soon-jung.

Seeing as they’ll have to wait for their contact for at least a few hours, Min-ho and Soon-jung take a walk around the gardens. It’s a nice break from their hectic schedules, and Min-ho notes that despite all the traveling he did, it was all about work.

He’s led a very boring life as someone who had colleagues but no friends, had no time to date, and sat in business meetings where there was no dialogue. She asks if he lived like because of his revenge, to which he said that was part of it, but more that he didn’t have a reason not to live like that.

Min-ho sticks a pretty flower on the pretty lady behind her ear and encourages her to smile. When she does, he laughs back, “You look like a crazy girl.” Hahaha—she tosses it immediately.

We hear what sounds like Soon-jung sometime in the future narrate, “Kang Min-ho, now that I think about it, I think that day was our first date.” As they walk through the gardens, Min-ho shares the hardships he faced in America (also, is anyone else thinking of Law of the City in New York?) and spend time playing cat’s cradle and other games.

“I hope that day was a restful one for you who never got to take a break in his entire life,” Soon-jung continues in voiceover. “How great would it have been if I’d known earlier that that break which felt like a gift was like a new record?”

It looks as if that conversation went well, and Soon-jung finishes, “If I had… I’d have been a source of strength for you by your side at least. Even after going through times where precious moments never lingers, why did I ruin it again?”

There’s a wistful and almost regretful tone to her voice, which makes me wonder what’s coming up ahead. When Min-ho discovers Soon-jung nodding off, he pulls over to the side of the road to lean in and simply watch her sleep. Adorbs.

“Don’t leave me and leave me behind,” he says before tapping her on the nose, then pretending to be asleep himself.

A sudden nosebleed interrupts Min-ho from walking Soon-jung home. She hits him upside the head so that he doesn’t cock his head back, then promptly attempts to stop the nosebleed. Remembering how Secretary Oh mentioned that Soon-jung’s having trouble discriminating between love and sympathy with that “pitiful man,” he asks, “Don’t I… look kind of pathetic?”

Soon-jung breaks into a knowing smile, amused by his behavior. At the foot of the staircase is intense Joon-hee, looking intensely at the two exchanging smiles.

On the day Min-ho and Soon-jung are set to sign a contract with the farm, they’re told that someone has spread false rumors about their fields. Which also means that supplying Hermia with raw goods is a no-go until this matter is settled.

That someone is Joon-hee of course, who was previously furious about Min-ho looking into raw materials. All he did was persuade an influential politician (through Ji-hyun’s connections) who was interested in agriculture. Now Min-ho should be out of options, Joon-hee says.

Joon-hee plays dumb when Min-ho confronts him about it later, but he bites the bait and plays the blame game anyway. All of this is Min-ho’s fault—he should’ve given up sooner, but now those around him are getting hurt in the cross-fire. He’ll make sure every single person who helps him meets misfortune.

Min-ho walks around Joon-hee, deducing that this must’ve been the face he once wore. Joon-hee doesn’t comprehend, so Min-ho spells it out for him: does Joon-hee know why Soon-jung won’t ever cross over onto his side?

“I escaped being a monster because of Soon-jung, but you… you’re becoming one because of her.” Min-ho states matter-of factly. “What woman would love a man… who’s becoming a monster of his own making?”

Joon-hee opts to take a rage-fueled drive, then meets with his informant who says all he could find on the virtually spotless Min-ho looked into the identity of his organ donor, and also met with the donor’s family not too long ago.

Min-ho smiles to see Soon-jung waiting for him outside his home. He was later than expected because he was out meeting with other farms in the countryside, but that didn’t go so well. The repayment date is fast approaching, and Min-ho says everything will work out, so she needn’t worry.

He acknowledges that both of them are pretty down in the dumps right now, but they have to pick themselves up. He stays optimistic about tomorrow, to which Soon-jung repeats Min-ho’s words that he doesn’t need to act so strong all the time—he can lean on her in his times of need, too.

She says she feels so sorry for him that it’s driving her insane. It takes a full minute for Min-ho to pick up on her choice of words, looking back at her with wide eyes. He asks if it’s true, if she really feels sorry for him and finds him pitiful.

Back at home, Joon-hee’s eyes grow wide when he looks inside the envelope regarding Min-ho’s organ donor… and sees Dong-wook’s photo and name on the documentation.

“So I’ve got a chance then,” Min-ho says, looking euphoric. She asks what he means by that, and Min-ho asks, “What you said just now… can I interpret that to mean that you like me a little?”

 
COMMENTS

Aw, yes it does. What I love about Min-ho since his change isn’t only his adorkable antics, but just how much he’s becoming more of his father who was warm, compassionate, and cared about the livelihoods of each and every employee. He may have harbored a grudge against his father for many years because of that altruistic nature that led to his demise, but we can tell from Min-ho’s attitude and words with each passing episode that becoming a leader is much more than barking orders and waving around a power stick.

All of this is spurred by his feelings for Soon-jung of course, and the very reason why he bears all the burden himself. However much it’s masked with good intentions (i.e., not to worry Soo-jung), it’s still a stupid-good move, which is why I love that Soon-jung tells him how silly it is and that she’s as much of a shoulder to lean on for him as he was for her. I’m not too keen on the “do as you’re told” argument to get her to stay out of the war between Min-ho vs. Joon-hee, but he does have a point in saying that this a war between them… even though they’re playing business battles because of Soon-jung.

Which means there’s a shred of truth in Joon-hee’s argument when he blames Soon-jung for this. Damn it—don’t you hate it when your villains talk sense sometimes? Joon-hee has definitely taken the fast track in becoming the next evildoer in Innocence, and I find it rather humorous that instead of shaping himself to be a different kind of baddie — which would have been far more intriguing — he made himself into a walking and talking carbon copy of Past Min-ho.

His argument that he plans to talk and act like Min-ho once did is borderline laughable, since our hero is already aware of how much of an asshat he used to be prior to an imitation showing him in the flesh. Which then begs the question of why Joon-hee would choose this route in the first place—power? Status? Attention? Whatever the reason may be, I’m hoping that Min-ho will quickly learn from his real-life mirror image and figure out a way to best him.

So it worries me that Min-ho currently runs the risk of following in his uncle’s footsteps by putting out immediate fires caused by his enemy. But what’s markedly different between the late Chairman Kang and his nephew is that Min-ho has his drive to save the company rather than trying to save his own skin. Sometimes the hero has to be beat before he can get back up, but at least we can take heart in knowing that this is one guy who will keep fighting as long as his heart keeps beating to live.

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I skimmed through parts in some episodes, and I will say this- for Kang Min Ho and Soo-Jung, I will be watching this. Man, it is so fun and cute to see him going crazy over her and not really knowing/getting why.

Just waiting for school to finish, then getting to the boatload of dramas on my list.

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Falling has a simple plot but thankfully we have Jung Kyung-ho and Kim So-yeon who makes everything awesome!
I fall in love with Min Ho more and more each episode, he's really the highlight of this show for me. Let's just hope that his heart won't give him problem in the future, happy ending is a must ok writer-nim!!

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Hi Sky,

Welcome! Since Healer, this is the only show I love. I almost skipped it cos the plot was familiar but the actors less so to me. Once I watched ep 1, I just couldn't stop. I hope u'll enjoy it as much as I do, once school finishes. Good luck w exams!

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This drama is shaping up to be an entertaining one, mostly because of Jung Kyung Ho. He is amazing. But everyone is doing a good job.

I don't know why Joon Hee is so set to be the previous Min Ho.. even down to the outfits. He is becoming crazy by the minute.

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JH is even wearing white shoes now...

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Just hope this is not really a melo drama as we were told...wish a happy ending for Min Ho and SoonJung

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This week we are at that pt in the story where the creditor (Gold Partners) is bearing down on Hermia, n Joon Hee plays dirty, pulls out all stops. It sure makes JH a hated figure. Min Ho has to jump thru hoops, but that's not so bad, cos SJ is by his side.

I'm happy they injected some warm and fuzzy moments in the midst of all that doom and gloom. That walk in the park is picturesque and romantic, but SJ's voice over is worrisome. It sure implies a looming crisis in their developing relationship. I hate shows that give us sad endings when they could just as easily give happy ones. It makes me feel cheated out of 8-10 weeks of caring.

Detective Oh is against SJ and MH not becos she is small minded and doesn't want her friend to move on. Yes, there is a matter of loyalty to her dead partner, but SJ bad-mouthed MH to her a lot when SJ first met him, so she is also being protective of SJ, not wanting her to fall for a total jerk in her period of grief.

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Even Min Ho's own secretary eyes MH up and down as if wondering what SJ sees in him, so how can Det Oh see him as anything but BAD news bears for SJ?

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To promote this drama, the two actors went on the variety show "Take care of the Fridge" in mid March. Both were sweet and funny.

Yoon Hyun Min's expressions here as the deeply hateful and the crazed Joon Hee make me wonder what an actor has to be thinking of in order to conjure up such expressions. They are a far cry from his gentle and relaxed ones on the variety show. I hope his acting also gets noticed bcos of FFI, and will get bigger parts yet.

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Me too, I am loving him being such a good baddie.

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I have tried to look up the variety show but can't seem to find it,the weirdest things keep popping up But seriously though how did they come up with that name.

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"how did they come up with that name": You mean "Take Care of the fridge"?

They raid the fridge of a celebrity each week. In the studio, there is a panel of Star Chefs, who compete to make the most delicious dish out of whatever they can find in that fridge w/in a very short time, and the owner of the fridge decides which is the winning dish. I like the show cos besides seeing the celebs as themselves, u pick up cooking ideas from the star chefs. It is a wonder what fancy things that can conjure up given very humble ingredients.

Sorry I don't have a link w Eng Sub for u.

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Thanks for the explanation, now it makes sense and sounds very interesting, too bad it has no subs.

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If u type in Take care of the Fridge ep 18, there pop up a couple of links; the ones on Facebook has Eng sub, it looks like. But it's sthg that is easy to understand even w/o sub.
Ep 18 is Jung Kyung Ho; Ep 19 is Yoon Hyun Min.

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This drama is becoming more and more boring and frustrating with each episode.

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Thanks very much, Gummimochi, for your thoughtful and thorough recap! :)

Absolutely loving this drama!! The cast is awesome...so good in their roles. Jung Kyung Ho's quite brilliant in this role---whether as an arrogant sob or as the immensely adorable and sweetly charming Min Ho! I didn't pay too much attention to him in his previous roles, but now he's got my full attention and admiration.

Kim So Yeon is gorgeous and wonderful in her role. I truly hope that Soon Jung does not "run away" from the blooming relationship with Min Ho just 'cause she learns the truth about Min Ho's heart being Dong Wook's...

I'm hopeful that she's sensible enough to realize that Min Ho's true personality holds similarities to Dong Wook's---we saw hints from the childhood glimpses of him and the recent "encounter" with his Dad.

If not for the tragedy and sadness of his upbringing, he could well have turned out as he's being currently...in spite of absorbing some character traits of Dong Wook's...

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i love this drama to pieces.. i love how kyung ho got into minho character well and brought it to the audiences. even his lil movement was so powerful and meaningful. his smirk, his smile, his glare, his grin, his.. everything. biased much? no.. im not.
i've heard that, if there's a good script written by a good scriptwriter, directed by a good director. and played by a good actor then this drama is a great drama.

it's been a long time since the last time i watched a drama with a cruel antagonist.. i mean, modern drama. in joseon era dramas, hands down, we see many worse antagonist characters, lols..

as much as i dislike junhee, but i wonder, what will he do to hurt minho.. to hurt minho means to hurt soonjung.. oh dramaaa

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after watched Minho's nose bleeding scene and Soon Jung voice over, I bit worried about the ending. :-((

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i love min ho sooooo much...somehow this show find its balance for me between the bad and the good side and it makes this drama amazing dynamic and fun to watch..its the first time i never skip watching the scene after scene and the only show that give me vibe to write on dramabeans...all of this time i was just loyal fan of dramabeans and never give a comment...fighting min ho n soon jung...

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Love, love this show, even the business side of it. the end had me like what we need answers too, I almost watched episode 12 raw but luckily I only had to wait a few hours,Thank you subbers.
I liked that we could finally hear soon jung's thoughts, the 'date' was super cute.last week, I was of the opinion that Soon jung handled herself poorly by ending her friendship with joon hee at his father's funeral, after watching this week's episodes, I think you should have crushed him some more, Joon hee is such an A..,I almost punched my screen several times, with his wannabe Min ho act, Dude ! Could you sink any lower. I belatedly realised he has never considered Dong wook a friend and was just sticking to song jung by being 'friends' with dong wook, this means he has always been a baddie, he didn't turn that way because he grew up poor.I don't buy that theory that growing up poor or Soon jung not loving him made him like this and that cry me a river background story is not convincing me one bit,Yes you have had a difficult life,who hasn't? Ultimately a person decides which path they take not their circumstances, so stop blaming the girl who won't love you for becoming a douche.
Side note.
I liked Min ho even when he was a douche at the beginning but I really loathe Min ho 2.0 especially when he's mirroring original Min ho exact ways and words.

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SJ's voice-over worries me as well... but I really want to believe that a rom-com should have a happy ending instead of a sad one, no matter what. I can't bear it when it doesn't...

However, I don't think that I watch this show because of its plot now (but still, sigh, hopefully it doesn't turn out to be sad), but the acting of the actors and actresses. (I mean, yeah, it's once again a rom-com. What do we expect from this kind of show? A serious one? A hard-to-resolve mystery? It's supposed to be entertaining, that's all).

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I know, I always have this feeling, when characters start wistfully narrating the happy part of their lives, bad things are coming up ahead!

I love everyone so much (well, except for Joon-Hee and bitchy partner), I really don't want anything bad to happen to our lead couple!

The plot kind of confuses me too sometime, I think it doesn't fall easily into any genre. At this point, I would describe it as a bildungsroman, tracing Min-ho's progress, peppered with rom-com elements.

But entertaining it is, and I really love the soundtrack!

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+ 1 for the soundtrack @Emmy :) I especially love Hope It's Not a Dream by Lee Young Hoon. It just sounds melodious, yet kind of heartbreaking in a warm way: "kkocccheoreom pieona, hyanggiro muldeureo you...you".

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I too worried when I heard the voice over...I actually came to this site to kind of see what others are saying about the narration...hope its a happy ending too...:-/

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I also came to this site for that reason. It seems that something very bad will happen. Her voice gives a bad feeling ...
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Love JKH and YHM's acting chop so much that i finally started "Heartless City"! In the midst of it now and what awesome actors they are, especially JKH! In the midst of it now and "doc's son" blows me away! Loving JKH's every minute expression in that drama!

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Glad you're enjoying the show, it's really awesome.

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Hahaha klava! I am fangirling JKH and i cannot believe myself!!

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THIS IS A MELODRAMA?!?!? Bah. I have loved it so far, but I loathe melodramas. I raised an eyebrow over the voice over as well, but if this ends badly I'm going to be seriously put out. Joon hee needs to go to jail and our adorable couple needs to make out. Great. Now I'm irritated.

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Fear not. It is extremely unlikely for a drama such as this to have a bad ending. We'll have my precious Yoon Hyun-Min (sniff!) in jail or dead, he has after all commit murder, unless he hasn't... Hm... and our adorable couple happy ever after.

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Becoming one of my favorite dramas, so good. The leads are bringing it, love when a drama makes you laugh out loud and the rest to the cast is excellent. I actually like this better than the other show I saw with a similar if not exactly the same plot JKH character is great because we see the changes he has gone through after surgery, and how his mind and his heart connects, and the love the layered theory that the heart remembers, the writers are doing a great job.

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I hope Min-ho doesn't end up dying ... like for real !!! let him live, let us have a "...and they lived happily ever after..and the bad guys ended up in jail " ending...TT.

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@Kororo, oh yes, I need that "happily ever after" so bad! He may die...again?? This is stuck inside my head. His chance of a donor had been one per cent. If something happens after the transplantation, it will be the end for sure. I can't even conceive the thought.

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I enjoy this show very much and adore the chemistry between Soon Jung & Min Ho. I enjoy watching the dynamic character Min Ho and how his personality and character changes throughout the show.

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Love that part when JH was taking out DW's photo - it was like DW was staring him back, like a ghost back to haunt him.

And i love MH herr - he's like getting more handsome every episode.

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Good chemistry in garden n stair scene ..
It's funny when soon jung hits min ho's head...
I think soon jung revenges min ho in garden

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