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Who Are You–School 2015: Episode 6

With So-young on her trail, Eun-bi has to take even more care to guard her secrets. But secrecy has its consequences, and Eun-bi has to figure out how to deal with her old nemesis without becoming estranged from her friends. Meanwhile, Tae-gwang finds himself more confused than ever about Eun-bi and what he feels for her. It makes for a tense mixture of awkwardness, strained friendships and hormones—but then, when has high school been anything else?

 
EPISODE 6 RECAP

A short interview shows Tae-gwang in his room, playing video games. He says breezily that school is boring, and his only concern is figuring out ways to amuse himself. “But you know what’s more boring than school?” he asks. “This interview.” Pfft.

Back to the rooftop, where So-young has just accused Eun-bi of actually being Eun-bi. We see that Tae-gwang was napping around a corner, and has heard the entire conversation.

So-young pushes Eun-bi back violently, bitter about everything she went through after Eun-bi “died” (yeah, my heart cries rivers for you, So-young). Eun-bi grabs her hand, but So-young only raises her other hand to strike. Tae-gwang catches her wrist, bringing the fight to a stop.

“I really hate being bothered when I’m trying to nap!” Tae-gwang growls. So-young apologizes immediately, looking shocked—and possibly scared—that someone overheard her cruelty to Eun-bi.

With icy calm, Eun-bi declares that she has something to say too. She tells So-young that she only recently found out about her twin in Tongyeong, who died after being tormented by bullies. “So that was you,” she says, locking eyes with So-young.

Eun-bi advances on So-young, who backs up a step. “What am I going to do about you?” Eun-bi says softly, delivering the threatening line without a blink. “I’m going to have to think about it.” She leaves the rooftop without so much as a backwards glance.

Eun-bi makes it as far as the stairwell, where she sinks down and clutches the railing for support. Tae-gwang follows and sees her, but instead of going down to talk to her he only watches from afar.

He’s still watching her in English class (which is a hilarious discussion of Twilight—I am definitely going to steal this lesson!), remembering how Eun-bi once said she was a liar.

Tae-gwang’s intense focus towards Eun-bi has the unintended effect of making it look like he’s interested in the lecture, shocking students and the teacher alike. But he puts his head firmly down on his desk when Eun-bi turns around, which reassures his classmates that all is still right with the world.

So-young confronts Tae-gwang in the cafeteria and joins him for lunch. She grows hesitant as she asks him to keep quiet about what he overheard on the roof. Tae-gwang assures her cheerfully (suspiciously so) that he’s a well-known crazy person and no one would believe him anyway. “But you should be saying this to Eun-byul, not me,” he adds oh-so-innocently. “Nobody in this school can cross her.”

After lunch, So-young makes a call to one of her minions in Tongyeong. She asks her to go to the Love’s House orphanage and find something with Eun-bi’s writing on it.

Back in class, Song-joo gets a text from the acting agency letting her know that she’s been hired to shoot a commercial. She jumps up and shrieks with joy, startling her snoozing classmates. Everyone cheers… and then Teacher Kim says since she’s already standing, Song-joo can come up to the board to model a math problem. Nice one, Teach.

Eun-bi catches Tae-gwang following her after school and confronts him. She knows there must be a lot he wants to ask her, but she asks him to hold it in for now. Tae-gwang’s all like, “I’m just going home—not everything’s about you!” But when he walks off, he realizes he’s going in the wrong direction and has to backpedal.

Eun-bi asks him again why he’s following her, if there’s nothing he wants to ask. “Because I’m worried about you!” he blurts out, then adds a weak, “…is that what you thought I’d say?” He tries to bluff his way out, ending with a not-so-rhetorical question: “Why would I worry about you?” (Ooh, I know this answer! *raises hand* Pick me, pick me!!)

Yi-an arrives home to find Dad getting scolded by the landlady. Their mortgage was raised (not for the first time, it seems), and Dad owes money. Yi-an asks if everything is all right, but Dad assures him that there’s no need to worry.

Later that night Dad watches Yi-an’s championship race on his phone, while Yi-an places pain-relieving patches on Dad’s back. Dad asks Yi-an if he can expect a World Championship next, and replays the video of Yi-an’s old race as soon as it ends.

Yi-an leaves the apartment alone and looks out at the city. He takes out the business card from the advertisement agency and calls the number, agreeing to shoot the commercial that the agency representative offered him before.

Eun-bi is clothes shopping with Mom when she gets a call from Yi-an. While waiting for Yi-an in a library, Eun-bi browses through the books. As she tries to reach one on the top shelf, Yi-an comes up behind her and reaches for the book. Eun-bi whirls around, realizing suddenly how very close Yi-an is.

They wander through the library together, and Eun-bi asks Yi-an if he knew of anyone harassing her before she lost her memory. He doesn’t think so, but he lets her know that the wound on her neck was there before they met in Tongyeong.

After night falls, Yi-an takes Eun-bi to a soccer field where he and Eun-byul used to play as children. He’s even brought the same toys, and he and Eun-bi have fun shooting flying discs back and forth and playing soccer. When they get tired, they sink down next to each other on the field.

Eun-bi apologizes to Yi-an. She feels bad that two people’s memories now only rest with one person, although Yi-an assures her that he will help her get those memories back. He puts an arm around her shoulder and asks her to be patient, “because relating twenty years of memories will take some time.” Aww.

We shift to Class President Min-joon’s house the next morning, when Min-joon prepares for school at his terrifying desk plastered with hundreds of post-it notes. He joins his parents for breakfast, where his dad—a teacher at his school—complains about having to tiptoe around his own home to keep Min-joon from being distracted in his studies.

Min-joon’s mother (the boss of the Mafia Moms) urges her husband to be more respectful of their son, so he will grow up confident and successful. She is proud of Min-joon, and enjoys the status that he grants her, even among women who have more successful husbands.

So-young comes into school early to steal one of Eun-bi’s workbooks and get a look at her handwriting. She’s not early enough, however, as Min-joon walks in and almost catches her in the act. She manages to hide the workbook behind her back, and goes to the bathroom to compare the book with a sample of Eun-bi’s writing from the orphanage. They’re exactly the same.

Tae-gwang approaches Eun-bi, Song-joo and Shi-jin in the hallway and steals Song-joo’s cola. The girls ask why he keeps following them around, instead of sleeping like usual. He asks cryptically: “Did you know two magnetic poles of the same polarity push each other apart?”

A second later So-young appears, and when she sees Tae-gwang she hurries away. “If a lunatic is beside you,” Tae-gwang says to Eun-bi, “another lunatic won’t come near.” Aw, he’s protecting her! Song-joo and Shi-jin usher Eun-bi away, muttering that Tae-gwang is acting really weird these days.

Song-joo flounces into the class with a signed pass to leave school for her shoot. Ki-tae snorts that it’s only a print ad (and that his girlfriend is pretty too, ha), but Song-joo retorts that this is how every actress gets her start. Eun-bi and Shi-jin wish her luck as she leaves the classroom.

At the shoot, Song-joo finds out that Yi-an is part of the advertisement too. She is excited to be partners with her friend, but a second later she finds out that she isn’t the main actress—in fact, there’s a line of other students to play backup to Yi-an, and she’s only one of the crowd.

Song-joo is far in the background for the photo shoot, but the director fixes on her for not smiling brightly enough. He stops the shoot cold and blames her for making them do another take, then makes fun of her up-do for good measure (maybe a bun isn’t everybody’s cup of tea, but I still think calling Song-joo a “poop-head” is a bit strong).

So-young intercepts Eun-bi on her way out of the classroom, asking to speak to her alone. Tae-gwang sees them leaving and jumps to his feet, following so quickly that he accidentally knocks into Ki-tae.

Ki-tae gets up in Tae-gwang’s face, but Tae-gwang is in such a hurry that he blurts out multiple apologies and keeps moving. Stunned, Ki-tae muses that a few punches must have had an effect. He kisses his fist like a prizefighter, and I’m dying here.

So-young wanted to get Eun-bi alone to continue their earlier talk. She says that she was a victim too (I may barf), and that she wants to put the past behind her. Eun-bi isn’t buying what she’s selling, and informs So-young that she’s still thinking about what to do to pay So-young back for what she did.

Advancing forward threateningly, So-young asks if Eun-bi is hesitating because she has something to hide. That’s when Tae-gwang appears, walking in front of Eun-bi like a human shield. He suggests that they just reveal everyone’s secrets: Eun-byul will tell everyone she has a twin who died, and So-young will admit that she was transferred for tormenting a classmate. Who will come out better in that scenario?

So-young knows it’s time to retreat, but she doesn’t appear scared of Tae-gwang anymore. “I’ll see you later,” she says, and walks away. Eun-bi’s clenched fist finally relaxes as So-young turns her back.

Song-joo eats lunch alone while the other actors chat with the staff (and why do they have exactly one small table; is it actually for scapegoating purposes?!). Yi-an makes a point to join her, ignoring her complaint that he’s only making her feel worse.

They walk home together from the shoot, and Song-joo admits that she’s a bit jealous of Yi-an: He has a dream, and the skills to make it a reality. But Yi-an replies that becoming a star swimmer is a long process of small steps. First you have to learn to hold your breath underwater, and how to kick, and how to dive. Only after you master one step can you progress to the next one.

Yi-an advises Song-joo to think of her difficulties as skills she has to master, just like an aspiring swimmer. Song-joo is moved by his words, almost to the point of tears, but she pulls herself together and jokes that Yi-an could use some work on his acting. They continue down the road, bickering comfortably.

Tae-gwang walks Eun-bi back to her house, like the adorable blond puppy he is. On his way down the street he encounters Yi-an, and warns him not to call out Eun-bi. When Yi-an asks if anything happened, Tae-gwang replies, “You don’t need to know.”

The next morning at school, So-young shows up with her prosecutor father. They greet Director Gong, who already seems on friendly terms with So-young’s dad or is eager to be. Eun-bi and her friends witness the scene on the way to school, as does Tae-gwang.

Teacher Kim has decided to mix things up by randomizing seating, ignoring the students who protest that they aren’t in elementary school anymore. Of course Tae-gwang ends up right next to Yi-an, and the boys give each other the stink-eye. Eun-bi is excited to be near Song-joo and Shi-jin, but her joy is dampened somewhat when So-young turns out to be next to them too.

Yi-an and Tae-gwang continue their rivalry on the basketball court during gym class (Tae-gwang: “Are you good at anything besides sports?” Yi-an: “…You’re short”). Tae-gwang can’t beat Yi-an, but he isn’t about to quit. Their antagonism doesn’t escape their classmates, who wonder if they think they’re in a romantic manhwa or webtoon.

Later in the classroom, students exclaim over the magazine advertisement with Yi-an and Song-joo. Song-joo looks small and insignificant in the background, and her classmates cruelly laugh at her tiny role in the ad.

Song-joo comes into the classroom in time to overhear her classmates laughing, and it upsets her so much that she runs away. Eun-bi and Shi-jin start to follow her, but Song-joo says she wants to be alone for a little while.

So-young finds Song-joo sitting outside, and tries to console her. She says that when she first transferred, she only noticed Song-joo because she was so pretty. Then So-young mentions that her uncle is the director of an entertainment company, and offers to introduce Song-joo to him.

After school, Song-joo meets Eun-bi and Shi-jin in a café. She tells them she’s thrown off her funk, and treats them to a snack with the money she made from the shoot. Yi-an shows up a moment later, followed by So-young.

Unsurprisingly, Eun-bi gets up immediately and leaves. Yi-an rushes out after her, leaving So-young to eat with Song-joo and Shi-jin.

Yi-an asks Eun-bi what she dislikes so much about the transfer student; is it because she’s a better student? Eun-bi is obviously unhappy with his teasing, which clues Yi-an in to the fact that something happened between them.

But when Yi-an asks what happened, Eun-bi yells at him. She says there are things that she doesn’t want to say, things that Yi-an can’t find out—it’s similar to what Eun-byul told Yi-an in Tongyeong, and the effect this speech has on him is obvious. He asks if this was all their relationship amounted to, if she can’t trust him enough to share when she’s having a tough time. He walks away.

The next morning, Eun-bi meets Shi-jin just in time to see Song-joo walking arm-in-arm with So-young. Shi-jin shares the news that Song-joo has an audition the next day, thanks to So-young’s connections.

Eun-bi talks to Song-joo in the restroom. She apologizes for leaving the café the day before, and warns Song-joo against trusting So-young. But since she doesn’t say why she dislikes So-young, Song-joo thinks she’s just being mean. She tells Eun-bi that friends don’t try to turn friends against each other, and asks Eun-bi to stop disappointing her.

It turns out that So-young was in one of the stalls, and she comes out once Song-joo has left. With a superior smirk, she tells Eun-bi that she only wanted to help Song-joo. “If you hurt Song-joo,” Eun-bi says with a steely look, “I won’t let you get away with it.”

Eun-bi sends the others to lunch and stays in the classroom. She puts her head down on her desk, looking weighed down with worry. Teacher Kim walks by in the hallway, and the sight of Eun-bi alone in the classroom with her head down reminds him of another student who once looked the same way. The memory affects Teacher Kim so much that he drops his notebook, and he stands there paralyzed until Tae-gwang comes along and asks what he’s doing. Teacher Kim hurries away, looking shell-shocked.

Tae-gwang sits down in the seat next to Eun-bi and asks why she isn’t eating lunch. Eun-bi replies that she just wanted to be alone; really alone, she insists, not like Tae-gwang when he said that but meant the opposite. Tae-gwang doesn’t go anywhere, and Eun-bi sighs that he must be really bored.

Smiling, Eun-bi wonders aloud why she disliked Tae-gwang pre-amnesia, and he reminds her that she called him pathetic and didn’t even want to spend enough time to say hello to him. He asks her if she thinks the time they’re spending together right then is a waste too, an idea which Eun-bi shoots down immediately.

“I think I know why you’re like this,” Eun-bi says, smiling. “Because I didn’t want people to hate me, even when I got angry I held it in. I tried everything. Like you.” Tae-gwang looks at her for a long moment, then: “Don’t tell the other kids that! And don’t look at me like that, either!” The bell rings before he has a chance to be any more adorable.

Tae-gwang goes to Teacher Kim to retrieve his Withdrawal form. Then he marches into his father’s office and declares his intention to stay at the school. Dad asks if the embarrassment he already caused wasn’t enough, but Tae-gwang doesn’t care what his dad thinks about his decision. He rips up the form and walks out (like a boss).

The entire class is in an uproar that day, because someone spread the article about the bully from Tongyeong who had to transfer after her victim committed suicide. When So-young enters the classroom, all the students go quiet. Song-joo shows So-young the article and asks if it’s really about her.

So-young talks alone with Tae-gwang, away from the other students. She suspects that he spread the article, because he’s the only person who knows aside from her and Eun-bi. She shows Tae-gwang the handwriting samples, and threatens to show them to her father. If they reveal everything like Tae-gwang suggested before, who would really be the worse off?

Tae-gwang broods by the railing, putting all the puzzle pieces together. He comes to a decision a moment later, and runs to find Eun-bi. “Let’s skip class,” he urges her. When she starts to walk away he takes hold of her arm, leading her away from school grounds.

The two of them get on a bus, just as Yi-an is getting off the bus. He sees them through the window and runs after them, but the driver doesn’t stop. Eun-bi starts listening to music, resigned to this delinquent adventure.

At length, Tae-gwang turns to Eun-bi and asks: “Can’t there be one person? One person… who calls you by your real name.” Eun-bi can only stare at him, shocked. Tae-gwang: “Can’t I be that person?”

 
COMMENTS

He knows!!! Let us just acknowledge, before we say anything else, that Tae-gwang is adorable. He’s sweeter than sugarcane juice and cuter than a puppy and a kitten playing tug of war with a piece of string. Everyone should have a Tae-gwang.

Watching him step up to protect Eun-bi from So-young, all the while keeping up his don’t-mind-me-I’m-crazy façade, was definitely the high point of this episode for me. I’m not sure whether it was more fun to see him in denial (“Why would I worry about you?!”), or to see him determined to compete with Yi-an. Tae-gwang may not be great shakes at basketball, but he’s ahead in my book in terms of being there for Eun-bi. Yi-an has a point when he accuses Eun-bi of undervaluing their relationship by not telling him the truth, but it’s also true that sometimes people need space and understanding. If Yi-an had been a little more observant and patient, maybe he could have been the one standing between Eun-bi and So-young.

Not, of course, that I think Eun-bi needs anyone to fight her battles. That’s another thing I loved about this episode—Eun-bi showed some definite spine while standing up to So-young, even though it’s clear she’s still afraid. But she refused to back down in spite of her fear, and she grew even more determined when her friends were threatened.

That’s the greatest part of Eun-bi’s character in my mind: Her determination to look out for her friends, as well as her willingness to become a friend to anyone who needs one. No one needs her friendship more than Tae-gwang, what with that crappy father of his, so Eun-bi and Tae-gwang’s relationship is one in which each supports and protects the other. And while there’s definitely a strong connection between Eun-bi and Yi-an (just look at that moment in the library), I don’t think anyone is as likely to understand what Eun-bi’s been through and what kind of support she needs as well as Tae-gwang.

I really like how the show keeps itself anchored by the central mystery plot and love triangle, yet never stops rotating to give us a glimpse into the lives of students and teachers on the periphery. In dramas it can be easy to label people as “round” or “flat” characters, often with justification. But School 2015 keeps enlarging our understanding of its supporting characters little by little—first Yeong-eun, then Shi-jin and now Min-joon and especially Song-joo.

Everyone deserves to be the star of his or her own drama. But it often feels like we’re stuck in the background, like Song-joo at the commercial shoot, overlooked and underappreciated. This show does a great job giving everyone a chance to shine. It also reminds us that no matter what we think we know about someone, there’s always more to learn.

That probably came off as a little preachy (I do that sometimes), but I don’t think School 2015 comes off that way. So far it’s delivering a compelling story with a love triangle that hits all the right notes for me, and it even manages to flesh out its supporting cast along the way. That’s definitely a win in my book.

 
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I've never rooted so hard for a 2nd lead before.

*prays*

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Same!! O Drama Gods, please let this ship sail...

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Really, I'm not sure he is the second lead. It doesn't give that vibe off. It fells more like a tie and... oh please. Tae Gwang ! Be the first ! (I feel he can be. While Yi An love Eun Byul and her memory... Tae Gwang love Eun Bi and that's it. He just... gets to be the first lead ! ^^)

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Yes!!! Please please let tae gwang be with eun bi! Yi an is cute and really heart warming, but he is for eun byul, not eun bi! ><

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let's all pray that eunbi won't have any feelings for Yi-an but friendship.

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I'm praying!!

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Amen!

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Alleluia

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Too late. I mourn. :'(

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me too!! In my all years watching dramas I never rooted for a 2nd lead like this T_T

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*forms prayer circle*

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I'm getting Sungkyunkwan Scandal flashbacks back when I rooted so hard for the sexy dark horse Moon Jaeshin. Yi an, like Lee Seon Joon, is great, but honestly not nearly as compelling or interesting to watch as Taekwang is. Ple's he's been in love with Eunbyul for the past 8ish year, it wouldn't be right for the writer to transfer that love to Eunbi just because they have the same face or because she's a sweetheart while Eunbyul was colder. Far better that she's liked for herself, and doesn't have to stand in her sister's shadow, which is what Taekwang can give her.
I just fervently hope the drama gods feel the same way!

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Please, dramagods, let Tae-gwang get his girl !!

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You guys should watch this, it's the same actor that plays Taegwang in this parody, so hilarious

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QItz86mwyJc&app=desktop

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Haha. Yook sungjae is adorable here. Plus his voice is good too. (He's a vocalist in btob)

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I'm surprised how much I want the second lead with her so badly too! Usually I'll feel sad for him but I don't ever ship them too hard cause I know that she would always end up with their first... But this time I really hope Eun Byul is alive not only to reunite with her sister but also cause I want Eunbi with Tae Gwang badly...

I think it's cause Yook Sungjae is a better actor than the first lead so his chemistry with Eunbi is better...

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yes yes please???? let tae-gwang get the get the girl at the end although in the poster tae-gwang is behind yi an and eun bi. but yi an only eun byul and think eun bi is en byul but tae like eun bi for eub bi and he's quick to find out and be by her side...

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Maybe Eun-byul can come back alive and she gets Yi-an, we know he loves Eun-byul!

And we get our Eun-bi - Tae-gwang pairing ♥

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again i guess i'm the only one on the other ship.

i'm almost 100% sure Eun-bi will end up with Tae-gwang :(
hopefully Eun-byul comes back and Yi-an gets his girl

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All I can say is awwww..... !!! Taegwang-shiii

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I wanted to ask if what I saw was right but was Min Joon reading a cut out of a news article when he was having breakfast?

I actually think that Eun Byul isn't dead, I mean she can't die when she has Yi An on her back & Eun Bi having Tae Kwang as her protector. Can I just imagine that xD

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I wondered about the news clippings as well-- was anyone able to read what they were about?

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Thank you for the recap. I love this drama so much. I didn't expect much esp for the male leads because they're pretty new. But I love TaeGwang-EunBi so much. Why he's a second lead? T-T. The last scene so heart fluttering. The way he deal with knowing EunBi's real identity just what Eunbi need the most right now, a friend. He didn't question/interogate her but instead offer his support and friendship. He understand how Eunbi must feel so lonely and he just want to be there for her. He just perfect for Eunbi.

I love the supporting characters and their backstory as well. Feels genuine and real and sometimes funny too XD

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Who saw the last 5 seconds preview?! eun byul was there looking at eun bi @ the bridge....

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Yeah.. I saw her too

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I do!!! That scene was unexpected and heartbreaking for me, she was always there for Eun Bi, I hope Eun Byul is safe somewhere, I want to know about her.

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*hate beaming so-young*

I know bullying is bad, but I wish they'd bully her back. I wish I wish I wish she becomes the school outcast. She's so eeevuuurl.

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I need my own TaeGwang tooo.. Oh my! how can someone so crazy be so cute? More like crazy cute!!

Ok puppies aside, I still think EunByul are out there somewhere, and writer-nim, we really need more explanation on EunByul death. Please dont kill EunByul. She need to be alive for YiAn as EunBi is for TaeGwang...

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I know right! Eun-byul needs to be alive!

So Eun-bi can go to Tae-kwang.

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I can't remember how many times I repeated Eun-bi/Tae-gwang’s scenes! <3<3 Just love him!!

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I'm just waiting for the clock to tick to the right time for my bet to get his chance. There's still much to flesh out for Yi-an and Eun-bi there, and I'm keeping my hopes up. #OTPGamestrong

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I too am rooting for Yi-An. I hope the pendulum swings his way. I think they have such great chemistry. It's easy for Tae Gwang to be there for Eun Bi when he has most of the information.

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I know, right?! I bet when Yi-an knows exactly what's happening, he'll step up his game. And I am patiently waiting. I hope the writers do well on this one, and that Nam Joo-hyuk does a great job in embracing his role. I am so glad someone's with me here :-)

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Yes, TG has most of the information but what I love about him is what he does and how he responds with that information. He's so in tuned with EBi's emotions that he knows when to push/challenge her and when to step back and give her space - almost unheard of in Kdramas. That said, their connection and ease with each other exist bc they have similar experiences of being bullied, outcasts and having grown up w/o a strong parental figure.

YA is all kinds of adorable and his heart is in the right place, but he seems a better fit for EBy at this time. I think EBi feels too much guilt and wouldn't be able to like him knowing how much YA and EBy like each other. Even if they're twins, they're different ppl with different personalities and will need different partners to complement those differences. Also, it'll just be out of place to have EBi replace EBy so easily in YA's heart.

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Which is why I am patiently waiting for the developments to kick in, and that I am hoping it to run well :-)

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I absolutely agree with you. Since TK appeared it was obvious that he was meant for Eun bi. On the other hand, YA will go nuts if he finds out that Eun bi is not Eun Byul. TK's chemistry with Eun bi is waaaay too powerful for him to be ''the second lead''. Of course, I'm saying this hoping that Eun byul is still alive (she should be)

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I'm sorry, if what I say will offend someone.

I'm taken aback or surprise (don't know the right word) at how so many people who ship eun bi&tae kwang are wishing that eun byul is alive somewhere, only for the sake of their ship to sail. Here, in soompi , and many other sites.

I know, maybe many people thought that tae kwang character is more powerful and have more impact on eun bi.
But I think that becoz tae kwang only know this eun bi, while Yi An know that eun byul.
And I can say we can't judge who right for whom, if only one party know that eun bi isn't eun byul. Only when both Yi An and Tae Kwang know that Eun Bi isn't Eun Byul that we can say that the love triangle is played fairly.

Just my 2cents

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At this point, I'm sold. I LOVE IT! I absolutely adore the chemistry of the two boys with Lee Eun Bi. I've beem waiting for this recap since O watched this episode and fell in love. Sook sook's cheesy line was unexpected, which just made me so happy!

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Do you mean his last line? Aw, I thought it was so endearing and sincere. It's a question that conveys total acceptance of EBi without judgment or criticism. It's validating her existence as herself. Loved it!

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@news Precisely! I could not have said it better :)

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cheesiness aside, i really hope Eun Bi doesn't allow him to call her that. pretty sure it'll lead to someone overhearing, especially someone whom you definitely don't want to overhear. this is a drama after all...i can just see it happening!

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That is what makes us cross our fingers while watching ^^ Hahaha

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I enjoyed your recap very much!!!!! Thousand hearts toooooo youuu purple cow! Your commentary is funny and your insights regarding this ep are very beautiful!! Thank You!

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Loving this drama too. Sungjae is playing it so well. He's seriously hitting all my sweet spots.
But so much hate for soyoung. It bothers me that in her mind, she was a victim. That's just sick. She needs help. Preferably somewhere far, far away.

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So much warmth and melancoly. I didn't expect School to be so so much in depth and darkness but it is and I love it.
Tae Gwang MUST be the first lead from now on, and even if I love Yi An he just... doesn't have the right to be with Eun Bi.
I hope Eun Byul is alive, so she can have Yi An (seriously, I won"t bear it if he gets no one at the end) and Eun Bi can have Tae Gwang (because seriously, i won't bear it if they doesn't end up together at the end !)

I'm conflicted gah. Answer me 1997 builded on the hesitation between two heroes, but you never wavered for real. I didn't watch 1994 so.... but in School, I just don't where to sail my boat !

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I really like Eun-bi and Tae-kwang pairing too!!! I really really hope they can make Tae-kwang the main lead instead.

At that library scene where Eun-bi and Yi-An were so close together, I went NOOO... This cannot happen!!!

Yi-An's acting is okay but not that great to me.

At the scene where he ignored Eun-bi by the school corridor, can't he give her at least a look before walking away? He came across as heartless at that second.

And at ep 2 or 3, he was running outside Eun-bi's house and mistaken another girl for her. If you want to 'shock' your crush you should do it more in a pleasantly surprising way rather than scaring her, you know, it gave me a fright too.

I am leaning towards 2nd lead now! Like I did in You're beautiful (Jung Yong hwa ) and Dream High (taecyeon).

Writer-nim please hear our hearts!!!!!

Please don't let Eun-byul die so Eun-bi can form strong friendship with Yi-An instead of romantic feelings!!!

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Yes. I think everyone needs a Tae-gwang. It is like dream high over again.... i wanted Sam Dong to get the girl. :D

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Just a question, for people who watched school 2013- Lee Jong Suk didn't fall for the female lead right?!!!

I didn't watch so I am not sure.

HOPE IT IS THE SAME FOR SCHOOL 2015!!!

Please don't fall for Yi-An!

And also, why do my comments need moderation sometimes?

I wanna join the discussion too but I feel frustrated that they are being held back >_< is it just mine or everyone's??

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School 2013's vibe was completely different. Less romance... more about friendship (or bromance).

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In 2013, there were little hints about what could be but otherwise there was zero romantic relationships in the whole series. No one fell in love with anyone.

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I tried to avoid watching high school dramas but school 2015 hooked me up right away. I never thought bullying plot line can be so interesting... and oh TaeKwang!!!! He's just so perfect for Eunbi. Please make Eunbi like him writer-nim. Sungjae played him really well & his chemistry with kim so hyun is just sizzling even if he's just standing next to her. Dude's an idol but still outshines the male lead. After 6 episodes I still find Nam Joo Hyuk's acting rather stiff which is odd considering his claims that playing Yi An was quite easy since their character are somewhat similar

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I think he said somewhere that he's a former swimmer so it will be easy to play a swimmer character. I admit he's really good at sports but acting is not all about that. He lacks a lot in delivering the emotions compared to Sohyun and Sungjae.

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Yi An reminds me of my classmate so much. He's stiff and awkward like this too... In real life, so...

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i do think he's supposed to be stiff and awkward, rather than just confident and brash like Tae-gwang

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Tae kwang-ah

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Omg! It's been a long time since I rooted for a second lead to end up with the heroine!! i really really love Tae-Kwang! He is the whole package!Fierce and sweet at the same time! I find Yi-An kinda bland! sorry! He's a great guy but not that much of a male lead material! Sung Jae is really slaying this role! the emotions he exude are so natural!and he understand Eun-Bi more than anyone else so their connection is deeper!....btw is it just me or Sung Jae kinda looks like a So In guk mini me? hehe...

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Omg you're not the only one, I keep thinking he looks like So In Guk too,but only more handsome if that makes any sense. Yook Sungjae became my bias in btob since I saw him that "You Who Came From the Stars" parody with F(x)'s Amber. It's so freaking hilarious!!!!

For anyone who wants to watch it, here it is... Trust you'll love it! Hehe ;)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QItz86mwyJc&app=desktop

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Hahahaha OMG I kept laughing... His acting is good!

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Yep for an idol, he's actually a really good actor!

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Hahahaha! Glad I'm not alone on this! I love so in guk too... Both are wonderful actors! Hope sungjae will be given more great projects such as this in the near future.... EunBi/TaeKwang ftw!!

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I really like Yi Ahn but I can't really see him and Eun Bi being more than friends. Also dating the twin sister of your (apparently) dead crush would be kind of weird. But well weirder things happened in kdramas...
Tae Gwang is so so cute can I have one? While I hope Yi Ahn will find out soon that Eun Byul is Eun Bi i'm glad Tae Gwang figured it out first and is the only one that knows the real her right now (well, besides So Young). It's so cute how he's always there for her. Also that last scene >////< perfect. I just hope he'll start caring more about school and that he'll find other things besides Eun Bi to stay here for.
I hate So Young so much that just seeing her on my screen makes my blood boil. I don't understand how someone can go out of their way and use their free time to make someone feel miserable to the point of committing suicide. And then she says she's also a victim?? I hope she gets what she deserves.
I always have second lead syndrome and I'm rooting for Eun Bi and Tae Gwang so I'm a bit scared they won't end up together (they have to!! please writers don't let this ship sink)

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Me too. I'll cry if they don't end up together T_T

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Wait, why does everyone assume that Yi-an is the first lead? Did I miss something?

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It's 'cause of the promos and posters :-)

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I, okay. I always skip these.

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Look at the different reactions when Eunbi asked both Taekwang and Yian not to ask her any question.

Taekwang: I don't want to know. I'm not interested in you. (But still look out for her and guard her)

Yian: Am I that meaningless to you that you cannot share your problem with me? (Sulk and walk away. Totally ignoring her after that)

And look at how Taekwang just stand near Eunbi when she cries. Twice. Sometimes us girls don't want to be disturbed when we are upset, but we still need our guy to be there. How sweet is that.

Now I need to find a Taekwang in real life.

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I'm actually really glad you pointed that part out. It just goes to show how much better Tae Kwang is for her.....

Or I'm just being really biased cause I hate the idea of Eun Bi and Tae Kwang not ending up together.

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'He’s sweeter than sugarcane juice and cuter than a puppy and a kitten playing tug of war with a piece of string. Everyone should have a Tae-gwang.'
Yes! He's exactly like that...uri Yook Sungjae! :-)
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I want my Tae Gwang pleaseeee

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Omg I love this episode. Thank you purplecow for the recap!

This is such an awesome drama I like with every episode we uncover a tad more about the past of Eun-byul and her past experiences. I ship Tae-gwang and Eun-bi so much. I also refuse to believe that Eun-byul is dead. I think the girl who traumatised Teacher Kim was actually Soo-in. I have a feeling that Soo-in's story is actually quite similar with Eun-bi's story and she finally gave up and committed suicide or something.

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Please, please, pleeeeeeeeeease let Tae Kwang get the girl. I'm going to flip if they decide to let Yi An have her. I mean, there's obviously some attraction between them but Yi An doesn't actually LIKE Eun bi. His supposed feelings for her are actually feelings he has for Eun Byul, their memories and what not.

Show, please don't disappoint.

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And how much do I LOVE that Tae Kwang was the first to find out about her identity. I was praying so hard that he'd be the first. Good going show!

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Can anyone clarify if Taekwang is really the second lead? Because in the news articles I've read it said he was the other male lead... You know, like answer me style.

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I'm not sure since like ypu I also thought he was one of the male leads. I'm rooting for him to end up with our her I one to be honest. He has to! Lol

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I think it's one of those situations like with Dream High, how most people were under the impression that Kim Soo Hyun was the second lead and Taecyeon was the first. I don't think there's a clear establishment of who's first and second lead in this drama, and frankly there may not even be a first or second lead. It's kind of like they're all leads - if that makes any sense.

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Yeah. I hope this show doesn't end up like dream high cos I was rooting for taecyeon, they were there for each other at their lowest periods.

It's been six episodes and tae kwang and eun bi's chemistry is awesome. Please don't break this awesomeness writer-nim.

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it's sad how everyone is jealous of each other. it really reminds me of real school. shi jin was jealous that song joo had a dream of being a model/actress and was going for it, and song joo is jealous of Yi An for having a dream of being a swimmer and be GOOD at it and Yi An is struggling with the weight of looking out of his father while dealing with an injury. It's sad bc in highschool everyone is jealous of the ppl who seemed to have it easy. but everyone has a story no matter how rich, smart or pretty they are, everyone still has their problems and issues. We just might not see them all.

on the upside i REALLY hope Eun Bi tells Tae Kwang and lets him in. She needs someone in her corner who knows the whole truth bc it'll be easier for her to keep it a secret.

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I am officially in LOVE with this drama. I honestly don't know what to do with myself while I wait for the next ep. I never rewatch eps, but I couldn't help but replay the scenes between Tae Kwang and Eun Bi, that last scene was the greatest thing, so adorable!! I wasn't sure before but this episode solidified my support for this pairing. I've been burned by second lead syndrome way too many times, but I think it's about to happen again...

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When I read your comments about TaeKwang I was like--- you took the words out of my mouth. He is so damn cute! I love that he finally had the guts to say NO to his father bcoz of EunBi. And the ending my gossssh, the best cliffhanger ever! Cant wait for the nxt episode. . Way to go School 2015!!!

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Who Are You: School 2015 is officially my favorite drama of the moment. I am sooo conflicted. I LOVE Yi An, but at the same time I LOVE Tae Gwang. Yi An is perfect. Their slingshot helicopter toy / soccer playtime was so cute. I love how he followed her out of the restaurant only to be blown off and how he chased after the bus despite him supposed to be giving her the cold shoulder. Then there's Tae Gwang, and he's perfect, too. Following her around because he's worried and silently protecting her. He knows (!), and all he wants is for her to be her real self around him. *cries* I am still dreading the fallout when Yi An finds out, but no longer am I worried Eun Bi will be alone because I know Tae Gwang will never abandon her. Eun Byul, please do not be dead, so both perfect boys can get happy endings.

I'm a sucker for high school romances. All three young actors are doing bang-up jobs. Kim So Hyun goes without saying; she was born to be a star. Tae Gwang was made for Yook Sung Jae. I have always believed in Sung Jae's acting and was so happy he got casted in the School franchise. Was Kang Min Hyuk offered the role of Yi An? I can't picture Min Hyuk as a gold-medalist swimmer. I was apprehensive about Nam Joo Hyuk's casting at first since I felt he overacted in Surplus Princess, but he is wonderful here. His subtle looks of pain every time Eun Bi lashes out at him or his whole face lighting up every time he sees her kills me. If Yi An is not rich, how did he get into pregistious Sekang High School?

I can't even put into words how much I hate So Young. I hate her more than her bully-equivalent Jung Ho from School 2013. Unlike Jung Ho, So Young doesn't even have a sob story -- she's rich, her father is a respected prosecutor, the whole town of Tongyeong knows her family, and her teachers were none the wiser of her bullying ways. She is unredeemable in my eyes. She better get hit by a bus by the time this drama is over.

Thanks for the recap, purplecow!

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maybe a scholarship?

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Yi An he's an athlete. He can get a scholarship thru that.

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"Let us just acknowledge, before we say anything else, that Tae-gwang is adorable. He’s sweeter than sugarcane juice and cuter than a puppy and a kitten playing tug of war with a piece of string. Everyone should have a Tae-gwang."

This description makes him 1000x cuter than he already is lol. Btw his facial expressions are priceless, esp the screencap at the top

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I love this soap opera.... I love Eun Bi and Tae Gwang chemistry so eager to read episode 8.

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I think this episode is about how teens handle when a new friend comes along and takes your place as the new bestfriend of your bestest friend lol redundant much! hahaha

1. Eun Byul/ Cha Song Joo/ So Young

2. Yi Ahn/ Eun Byul/ Taekwang

I felt sad for Yi Ahn. After Taekwang bluntly told Yi Ahn, Eun Byul has a problem and he should just stay away. He felt threatened of Taekwang, thats why he kept nagging Eun Bi to share her problems. He was frustrated because time after time he is ready to help her but he can't since Eun Byul decided that a new guy is more trustworthy to know her problem.

I think he felt that it was unfair. The old Eun Byul is not friendly with anyone and to witness that someone like Taekwang easily makes the Eun Byul/Eun Bi comfortable to confide her problems make him feel that he is being replaced. yunnnnnnooooooo

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Exactly my sentiments too... And I was wondering why people keeps on saying taekwang should be with Eunbi and yian with eunbyul without even giving yian a chance? I know it's hard to replace someone else's place in one's heart but it isn't impossible either; after all you'll never know who and why your heart beats for a certain someone. Why can't that person be yian? Because of eunbyul? Taekwang? Yian's past with eunbyul? Yian's character and background isn't as colorful as taekwang's? The acting of the two male leads? Or is it yian's feeling for eunbyul/eunbi? But the thing is... Is yian's feeling for eunbyul now the same as it was or his devotion/lingering feelings that was left since her disappearance? What about his feelings for the present eunbyul(eunbi)? Is his feelings for her just misplaced? Or without him himself even knowing has fallen for the other twin(eunbi)? Some people say he wants the real eunbyul than eunbi because it's clear he wants the present eunbi to remember her memories? But was it just her memories or the past eunbyul to comeback that he wants or is it because without those memories he's afraid that someday someone could take his place away from her? After all the new eunbyul is far different from the past... more approachable, adorable, easy to communicate with and Open to everyone and anyone else to be friends with... So it wouldn't be strange that someone else would chase after her and someday somehow he wouldn't be one of the most special people in her life/heart; that someday he would be nothing but a childhood friend and nothing more... After all she's(eunbi) different. He wouldn't even know how to approach the new eunbyul in every situation, how much more knowing about her true feelings and thoughts? I don't know for sure if I'm really making sense here but let me ask these... "How can you be so sure if someone is still in love with that person he was with and that he hasn't truly fallen for the present one? Especially if they're sharing the same face? I know it's hard but not impossible, right?"

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its not the same person, they are two different person just with the same face for being a twin.. who yi-an likes is eun-byul (despite eun-byul being rude, unfriendly and bad temper.. but he likes who she is.. of course if he met eun-bi earlier, who know he might like eun-bi instead.. but u like a person for who he is.. of course there's not so many unknown lost twin in the world.. imagine one day theres another person that's ur other half had the same face but totally different char and personality, be it for the better or the worse, would u abandon the original and accept the new one?)..

of course i guess (its not a 2 way thingy after all.. they had been friends for such a long time n nth developed.. maybe his purely one sided or perhaps eun-byul doesnt like yi-an as much either?)

its the story line developing that way.. eun-bi is just uncomfortable around yi-an, which he thought is eun-byul.. (u cant blame yi-an for not noticing either, since she had amnesia.. its not like shes having her memories and making loopholes now and then that led to very obvious suspicions) so cant blame why tae-kwang is getting the girl instead of yi-an..

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I wonder where's Eun Byul's dad... Is the adopted mum a single parent?

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I'm rooting for han yi an!..the story is still developing so i'm keeping my hopes up...i think eunbi is starting to like yi an but is resisting bec she knows yi an likes eunbyul..as for taegwang, i know he's the ideal type but isn't that the usual in kdramas? The 2nd lead is somewhat better than the lead? Hahaha sorry, it's just that i like yi an more..peace! ^.^V

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Thanks for the recap.

After reading it, I'm going to read the previous ones and if the series still seems interesting, I'm going to watch.

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Yay! I *knew* Tae-gwang would stick up for Eun-bi! I hope they end up together, or leaning towards that.

Other things on my wish list:

~ That So-young gets what she deserves for being so hateful to Eun-bi back in Tongnyeong (and maybe redeem herself somehow)
~ That Eun-byul turns up alive and we find out what happened to her
~ That Eun-byul ends up with Yi-an and the twins and their boys live happily ever after

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Ehh, she sexually bullied eun bi I can't see a non-problematic redemption after that.

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Good point. I can't believe I forgot how awful that scene was.

The redemption bit was a best-case scenario, but I will be more than satisfied if So-young gets what she deserves for all the wrong she did.

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More than anything I wish that too. It literally just claws at my belly at how long this unfairness has been going on. I know Eun Bi is supposed to be portrayed as something close to a saint but the fact that she didn't keep her promise to act more like Eun Gul is slightly irritating. She's always reacting at anything that bit** Soo Young says and why can't she just tell everyone that she bullied and caused the death of her sister (technically, because Eun Gul might not have died if Eun Bi didn't jump)? Its so simple. Any rationale person would do that. I mean how is it helping her, if she's worried about lying, as the number of days increases the lies will pile up. At least lie well -_- sorry if I'm selfish but I want both lead actors to fall for her, because if Yun Hi doesn't then ill feel it clawing at my belly again as that would mean Eun Bi isn't forgiven after she's revealed (and she will be because this is kdrama).

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She is scared. Its a pretty normal reaction.. given her past trauma.. and the twins are different person that grew up separately.. she dont really knew her twin sister so she cant really copy her without reference.. shes trying though.. i mean she is trying to get to know her twin.. and mom ask her to live as her twin.. she cant revile atleast not yet.. :) i think she will soon realize that she cannot live as her twin..

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Please let TaeGwang be with Eunbi writer-nim. You have made them have such a great chemistry, he can't be just an ordinary second lead. ANDWAE~ In most dramas, the lead male is having great chemistry with the lead female that no matter how great the second lead is, they will always end up being together. But this drama is an exception, the chemistry between TG and EBi overshadowed the chemistry between YA and EBi.

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Sometimes i feel guilty. I cant believe i actually ship a 16 years old girl with her older costars TvT but kim sohyun is freaking bursting with chemistry with NJH and YSJ!
Darn, she's literally rocking it.
i love yian and taekwang, and i, just like others commentators wish eunbyul to be lives so yian not be alone and eunbi can be with taekwang.

The bus scene broke my heart, my poor yian. I was screaming internally for him to run! Run faster!! Nnuuuuuu!!!

but then the confession of taekwang makes me go aww >////< i lov you!
too adorable!!

This drama will be the death of me o<-<
Cant believe i'm rooting for a highschool drama this deep XD

I need monday to come faster DX

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"i have 99 problems and all of them are Kang So Young" - Lee Eun Bi

this should be a thing lol

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Hi everyone! First time commenting here (I have been lurking DB for years but too shy to comment).
First of all, thanks for the recap!

I am really in love with this drama, that's why I decided to finally comment something.

I have a severe case of Second Lead Syndrome right now, I love Sung Jae's acting.

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Thanks for delurking and adding your voice to the lovefest! It seems most of us have a serious case of SLS right now (it's hard not to after this episode)-- and yeah, Sungjae is rockin' this role. Hwaiting, Tae-gwang!

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I agreed with you all that it has been arranged that Taekwang has the information so he can be there for Eun-bi. I also felt that it seems like Taekwang-Eun bi and Yi an-Eun byul. I still haven't settled with the idea that Eun byul died. Did she??? Taekwang is very in tune with Eun bi. Knowing the truth and the way he react to that is just exactly what Eun bi need right now. By the way, I don't think Yi an and Eun bi have "romantic chemistry." Also I don't think Taekwang is the second lead. It is a tie. Yi an just happened to be the one who know Eun Byul and his eight years of friendship with her and this may make us feel that he is the 1st or main lead. Anyway, Taekwang-Eun bi is sweet to watch because of their mutual understanding and support. :)

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I totally agree with you ^^

It looks that Yi An is the first lead for us since we see it on photos but it can be this way because he's supposed to be the guy for Eunbyul not Eunbi.

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Im so in love with this drama! and thank you so much for the recaps !!!

Like most of you Im really in love with the Eunbi/Taekwang moments , they really are special ! cant get enough of them on screen! I hope they'll end up together much more intresting, besides I cant see it with Yi An altho he's great and all but he likes her twin ( that might not be dead ??? Im still thinking she's not or maybe she is) , and there's Eunbyul's freind that seem like she likes him too, we did notice this since the first episode, and more when they had their shooting together.

I hope her freinds wont give up on her, I know Taekwang wont.

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Purple, I think Min-joon's dad is the detective who investigated Eun-byul's disappearance? But cmiiiw. Also, 'everyone should get a Tae-gwang'? I can already hear 'amen's echoing from all over the world.

It's like someone has mentioned before, I think this episode highlighted the difference between Yi-ahn and Tae-gwang, and the writers definitely knew what they were doing. Yi-ahn went 'what am I to you why won't you tell me whyyyyyy now I'll just mope' while Tae-gwang was all 'I don't want to know I don't care so shut up'. The difference was glaring my eyes watered. Yi-ahn has forgotten (or didn't know?) that people, however close they are to you, need time and space for themselves every once in a while. If they're comfortable enough, or ready, they'll tell you. He kind of annoyed me because of this.

And is it NJh's acting or the role that makes Han Yi-ahn seems one-dimensional?

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I think it's just NJH. I don't think he's an expressive/good enough actor to truly play out YA in a dynamic way. If he was, I think we'll be way more drawn to him than just to his pretty flower boy looks & say aww at his puppy love crush on eun byul. Right now I don't feel much for him, he's friggin cute tho lol.

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I dont know taekwang lead role or not but taekwang absolutely lead role in my heart ,need a real taekwang in my life

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KSH is totally rocking it!
She can bring eunbyul and eunbi feels like real 2 different girls, with different personalities when actually it is only 1 KSH.
NJH is totally a bae, and Im a fan of him since "Im going to school". HE makes everygirls expectation of guys getting higher. He is such a idealguy figure!
And Sungjae, tbh I just know him on school 2015. Havent hear his name before (Im out to date about rookies nowadays)
But Im rooting for sungjae in ways2015! His acting skills, and his character as tae-kwang is just make me fall for him. A guy who doesnt ask question, but understand. A guy who always got eunbi's back.

When I see KSH as eunbi, I want her ends up with tae kwang soooooo badly, but if I see KSH as KSH, somewhat i want her get dating scandal with NJH (?) LOL i know it sounds too delusional.

anyway, have you watched ways2015 conferencee pers? When NJH is the very first one who had already up on stage, Sungjae let KSH to go up on stage first before him since KSH seems like getting hard time walking on stairs with her high heels? Sungjae is such a gentleman ;)

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I'm rooting for Taekwang, but I'm worried that because of the common drama structure things are leaning to Eunbi/Yian ?

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Pleeeease! Unni has to be alive so I can comfortably, wholeheartedly support Eun-bi-Tae-gwang. Feeling too bad for Yi-an right now. Haha.

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Me too... (Sigh) that's why I want him to catch up and ride the bus without them knowing and hear the truth(that she's eunbi not eunbyul); so that they'll be in a slightly even footing. Although I'm not really sure if you can call it even footing at all since taekwang's already ahead by far with all the info and 'being there moments'.(sigh) am I being cruel or what? I'm not sure but it's better to catch up in the moment/present than later(when it's too late). And maybe because I want less things to regret in the future. ???????

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