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Who Are You–School 2015: Episode 13

It’s interesting to see the interaction between the twins and the differences that distinguish them. Their attitudes and rationales define their interactions, and the surrounding characters can notice the difference. With the twins reunited, we’re finally given some answers and details about Eun-byul’s disappearance. Having realized the power of truth, Eun-byul and Teacher Kim both commit to disclosing the reason for Soo-in’s death. Even with a flawed system and corrupt leadership, sometimes all it takes is one person’s integrity to peel away the lies.

 
EPISODE 13 RECAP

Eun-byul walks in, and Mom walks back in shock. Mom raises her shaking hands to her daughter’s face and then scolds her for her absence. Eun-byul tells Mom that it’s so nice to see her again and they embrace, tears falling incessantly.

Their heartfelt reunion is cut short when Eun-bi drops her book in shock and calls out to her sister. Eun-byul smiles back and greets her twin.

Eun-bi asks her sister what she’s been doing during this time. Eun-byul turns to Mom and says that she’s been staying at Hope Orphanage, where they first met. She knew that the child Mom first met was Eun-bi, and she couldn’t live with the guilt. She thought she could make things right by switching now.

We flashback to the Tongyeong class trip. Eun-byul stands at a corner and sees Eun-bi walk right past her. She follows Eun-bi and watches her get bullied by So-young, who taunts and slaps her repeatedly. Eun-byul narrates that she couldn’t step up or greet Eun-bi because she felt that everything was her fault. She compares this bystander moment to when she ignored a dying Soo-in.

Eun-byul follows Eun-bi to the bridge and jumps into the water after her. She saves Eun-bi from drowning, pulling her out of the water and onto the shore. She calls out frantically to Eun-bi and runs to find help. At the hospital, Eun-byul overhears the nurses talk about Eun-bi having woken up but with no memory.

As we see Eun-byul leaving Mom’s scarf with a sleeping Eun-bi, she narrates that she felt like she needed to experience the misfortunes of Eun-bi and Soo-in before making things right. Then she corrects herself, “Actually, I may have been looking for an excuse to evade confrontation with Soo-in’s death.”

Back in the present, Eun-byul admits to Mom that she’s been having a difficult time ever since Soo-in died. She was scared because she could only think of everything she’s done wrong. Then, she saw the post on the school’s website about Soo-in. “I realized that not taking out a thorn only worsens the wound.”

Mom apologizes for not taking the time to understand Eun-byul’s hardships, and Eun-bi watches sympathetically. Eun-bi tells her sister that she’s been wanting to do so much with her, and Eun-byul agrees to do it all. They smile in relief, happy to be all together at last.

So-young’s father visits Director Gong, who thanks him for taking care of the Soo-in scandal. He also congratulates Prosecutor Kang in advance for his political nomination. Tae-gwang (with a sharp new haircut) watches their interaction and recognizes Prosecutor Kang as So-young’s father.

Continuing with the conversation, Director Gong says that he cannot take any requests for political funding, since the school foundation’s money is not his personal money. Director Gong tries to negotiate: He will cover up So-young’s bully scandal for Prosecutor Kang’s political ambitions, and Prosecutor Kang will overlook Soo-in’s publicized scandal with the school.

But Prosecutor Kang has the upper hand. He shows Director Gong the legal documents outlining the investigation of Soo-in’s death and notes the discrepancies in the time of death. The legal document and obituaries record different times — the real time of death, if publicized, would reveal the school’s ignorance toward Soo-in.

Prosecutor Kang leaves with a smug smile, and Director Gong follows. Tae-gwang sneaks into the room, skims through the documents, and takes pictures on his phone.

In their room, Eun-bi and Eun-byul stare at each other, weirded out that they look exactly the same. Getting into bed, Eun-bi thanks her sister for saving her and for coming back alive. Then she requests that Eun-byul return to school; she wants to return to living as Eun-bi and prove that she can live fully as herself so that Eun-byul need not feel guilty.

Eun-byul nods in agreement and says that she’ll face her fears at school. She needs to do things before it’s too late. She knows that resolving Soo-in’s death won’t be easy, but she’s ready to face the truth.

Taking a break from his morning workout, Yi-an takes out the swimming medal that Eun-bi gave him and thinks back to her encouraging words. He begins to text her that he began rehabilitation treatment, but he remembers her promise: She won’t bother him once he starts treatment. He decides not to send her the update and continues on his run.

Walking to school, Eun-byul spots Song-joo and Shi-jin, and she happily greets them. She’s missed them, and they joke around that their friendship is so tight knit that she would miss them overnight.

A classmate tells Song-joo and Shi-jin that they overheard their teachers talking about Eun-byul’s transfer. They doubt that the rumor is true, but So-young confirms this rumor. She mockingly laments Eun-byul’s departure and teases them with a goodbye gift.

Eun-byul enters the room, and So-young walks to the front of the classroom to announce her big surprise: Lee Eun-bi has been playing the role of Go Eun-byul this whole time.

Eun-byul smiles and tells her that she’s wrong. She won’t be transferring, and she is Go Eun-byul. So-young waves the envelope with the handwriting test, claiming she has proof, but Eun-byul doesn’t waver. She confidently tells her that she can write and even get a fingerprint test to prove her identity. Then she turns the attention to So-young, asking what she did to her sister.

Pushing her backwards, Eun-byul accuses her of all the misconduct — most strikingly her unapologetic attitude towards Eun-bi’s death. So-young raises her hand to hit her, but Eun-byul blocks it and raises her own hand. So-young closes her eyes and flinches back. Her classmates are taken aback, but Eun-byul stops midair.

Trembling with anger, she drops her hand and tells So-young that she won’t sink so low as to respond to violence with violence. She returns to her seat, and her classmates respond with admiration. Tae-gwang enters the class, and So-young looks at him with contempt. The only person to notice Tae-gwang’s new hair is his archenemy, Ki-tae, who mocks him for changing his hair after being rejected by Shi-jin. That earns him a smack on the head.

Eun-byul enters Director Gong’s office to address her transfer issue. She notes that it’s rare for the director to directly force a transfer and refuses to transfer out of the school. He tries to assert his authority in the decision, but Eun-byul tells him that she found no reason to leave this school and walks out.

During lunch, Tae-gwang sits next to Eun-byul, much to her distaste. Her friends recount the moment in the classroom and commend Eun-byul for stepping up to So-young. Tae-gwang looks at Eun-byul curiously, wondering if this is the same Eun-bi he’s known.

Before Eun-byul leaves, he tells her to come to the roof. She glares at him with annoyance and leaves. Tae-gwang waits on the roof and messages Eun-bi, but no one shows up.

He finds Eun-byul in the hallway and asks if she’s okay after So-young bothered her. Eun-byul nonchalantly replies that she’s fine, and Tae-gwang interprets her confidence as a front. He jokingly pokes her forehead back, and she responds by smacking his head. HA, the look of confusion on his face is priceless.

Tae-gwang mind starts to race and he carefully examines Eun-byul’s face. He asks why she’s so different, almost like the Go Eun –. Then he stops and his face falls, realizing that this is the real Go Eun-byul. She smiles back and greets him as Eun-byul.

Confused as ever, Tae-gwang asks for an explanation. Where is Eun-bi? He demands to know where she is, and his urgency surprises Eun-byul. He runs out of school and to Eun-bi’s home, where he yells for Eun-bi.

But she’s not home. She’s on her way to Tongyeong with Mom to change official documents about her death. Mom still struggles to call Eun-bi by her real name, but Eun-bi assures her that they’ll take it slowly. Mom tells her that they should forget the pain in their past and live happily together, now the three of them.

Yi-an gets updates on his rehabilitation progress. He’s progressing well, and the doctor encourages him to continue working hard for recovery.

The vice principal reminds Teacher Ahn about a new English support teacher joining their faculty, and she confirms that she’s been getting updates about the teacher’s arrival. He then summons Teacher Jung to talk privately. He’s figured out that Teacher Jung is Soo-in’s older sister and accuses her of posting the message about Soo-in on the school’s online forum. She rejects his accusations, but the connection between her sister’s death and the reason for entering this school seem too obvious.

Teacher Jung walks out of the office, followed by Teacher Kim. He believes that she didn’t post the message because he was the one who wrote it. Oh, interesting. Teacher Kim promises to help her keep the job, but she shakes her head. She’s getting fired because she’s Soo-in’s sister, not because of the online sabotage. Teacher Kim promises to do his best to get justice for Soo-in, as Teacher Jung leaves dispirited.

Eun-bi arrives at Love’s House and tells Mom that she’ll enter alone. When she enters the room, Ra-jin notices her and begins to cry. The children all rush to Eun-bi to give her a hug, and one of the boys tells her that he wrote a letter everyday wishing that Eun-bi would come back.

Then, Ra-jin apologizes. She thinks that Eun-bi left them because they’ve been bad and promises her unni that they’ll behave from now on. They beg that she stay with them. Eun-bi cries with guilt and apologizes profusely.

In the car, Eun-bi tells Mom that she’ll be staying at Love’s House to take care of things. Mom seems hesitant, but once Eun-bi promises to return home, she agrees to let Eun-bi stay for a couple days.

Eun-bi waves goodbye to Mom, and when she turns around, she finds none other than Tae-gwang. Upon seeing Eun-bi, he scolds her for leaving without saying goodbye. She assures him that she won’t be gone forever, and their conversation is interrupted by Eun-bi’s trio of kids. They hold up their toys threateningly at Tae-gwang, accusing him of yelling at Eun-bi. He doesn’t take them seriously until they refuse to back down. Sensing their loyalty, he hides behind Eun-bi. Hehe.

Tae-gwang eats under the children’s watch (more like glares). Eun-bi tells him to eat quickly and head back home for school tomorrow. He arrogantly says that he never really attended school regularly, which earns him a glare from Eun-bi.

Eun-bi orders the children to head to bed, and they listen obediently. She asks if they’ve brushed their teeth, and Seung-min swiftly turns his head and covers his mouth, as if that would fool Eun-bi. She orders the other two to go right to bed and tells Seung-min to brush his teeth. The children do as told, and Tae-gwang admires Eun-bi thriving in her element.

Eun-bi tells Tae-gwang that he’ll miss the last bus if he doesn’t eat quickly, and he replies with a mischievous smile. Don’t get too giddy, the children will come after you.

Outside, Tae-gwang asks what Eun-bi will do now. She’s not sure — torn between her two homes — but she knows that whatever decision she makes will be hers, not someone else’s. Tae-gwang accepts that answer and reminds her to tell him where she goes before disappearing.

As he leaves, Eun-bi calls out to him to thank him for everything. “Thank you for letting me be myself, for calling my name, and making me smile. And I’m sorry that I can’t be that person for you.”

Tae-gwang stops her there. Then, she walks towards him and offers out her hand as a goodbye gesture. He considers it but slaps her hand away. Looking at his watch, he notifies her that he just missed the last bus and walks back towards the house. Tae-gwang says that he won’t give up until Eun-bi stops apologizing and asks if he should also brush his teeth. Hee, I love cheeky Tae-gwang.

Yi-an and Eun-byul meet, and he tells her about his rehabilitation treatment. She didn’t know that he was injured and scolds him for not taking care of himself. Bewildered by her response, he asks why she’s acting so strangely. Eun-byul begins to explain their argument during the Tongyeong class trip, and that puts Yi-an over the edge.

He grabs Eun-byul’s shoulder and asks what’s going on. She apologizes and says that she’ll behave until he recovers. Yi-an calls out her name, and Eun-byul confirms that it’s her. He’s baffled and rightfully so, but Eun-byul asks him to understand.

Yi-an looks too hurt to understand and accuses Eun-byul of not thinking about his feelings. “Have you ever imagined how I would feel when I discovered that you died? Or when you suddenly came back like this? You probably never thought about my feelings.”

Eun-byul seems offended that he would think this way, but his anger has built up to its tipping point. It’s always this way with Eun-byul. He blames his excessive worry for getting angry and tells her that he’s overjoyed that she’s back alive. But he can’t welcome her back with warm smile, especially after all he’s been through.

At school, Eun-byul sees Teacher Kim brooding on the roof and approaches him. She tells him that her memory has returned and that she wants to give Soo-in a proper apology. Before she lost her memory, she dreaded every day of school. “Ever since the day I discovered Soo-in last year, she’s been following me. At school, on the streets, at home, she was there. I feared that my classmates would look at me like they looked at Soo-in. No matter how much I regret, I won’t be able to return to that moment, but I want to reveal the truth.”

Teacher Kim apologizes for his shortcomings that resulted in Eun-byul’s suffering, and he promises to make things right. Later that day, Teacher Kim stands in front of the police station and resolves to report the truth.

Eun-bi wakes up to Tae-gwang yelling at her to get up. She walks outside and sees him playing soccer with the children. He drags her into the group to play, and they enjoy a carefree morning together.

Yi-an looks out the window and thinks back to Eun-bi confession about concealing the truth. Eun-byul approaches him and asks about his injury. He vaguely says that it was from an accident and asks where Eun-bi went. She explains that her sister went back to Tongyeong, and they’re currently waiting for her decision on whether or not to return.

Eun-byul asks Yi-an how Eun-bi seemed to hold up at school, and So-young interjects, having eavesdropped on their conversation. She tells Eun-byul that Eun-bi had loyal supportive friends here and clears up the confusion about who’s who, since it seemed out of character for Eun-bi to step up for herself.

So-young then clarifies the reason for Yi-an’s injury. He ditched a swim meet and got into an accident while running back to school to defend Eun-bi. She turns to Yi-an and asks with mocking curiosity: So who do you really like? Go Eun-byul or Lee Eun-bi?

 
COMMENTS

Finally having both twins in the picture illuminates the different charms of Eun-bi and Eun-byul. We see the range in acting with Kim So-hyun and her talent in creating these distinct characters simultaneously. Eun-bi, while more meek and unassuming, gives off a warm energy when she interacts with others. She’s the kind soul, selfless and giving to the point where she forgets about herself. On the other hand, Eun-byul definitely seems the opposite — irritable and selfish. But she exudes confidence in a manner that shields her from any insult or threat. Her flaw also comes from her confidence, in that she fears vulnerability. She tends to avoid confrontation and remains private in her pain. That was what led her to escape home, and it’s probably what’s burning the bridge between her and Yi-an.

I’m slightly frustrated with Yi-an’s character development. I missed the part where this final question that So-young proposes is actually a question. I’ve always been convinced that Yi-an likes Eun-byul. He’s a loyal friend, and he’s been warming up to Eun-bi, but I’m still set on Yi-an with Eun-byul. Confusion and wavering may be part of the process, since Eun-bi is the reason for his injury and also the reason for his decision to start recovery. But I was under the impression that this ship had already sailed. There’s something precious about the shared memories between Yi-an and Eun-byul that cannot be replaced, and it’s their relationship that would grow from this experience. Eun-byul is definitely prickly and selfish, but Yi-an seems to be the only one to care about what’s behind her irritable behaviors. She just needs to meet him halfway.

Although I can see Eun-bi really thriving Love’s House, I want her to return to school to confront So-young as herself. She’s been able to fight off So-young under the guise of Eun-byul, but, as rewarding as that has been, seeing Eun-bi step up for herself would be such a winning moment. I enjoyed So-young getting taste of her own medicine, thanks to Eun-byul’s fearless and vengeful spirit. But I would find it much more satisfying to see Eun-bi stand up to So-young, fearless and confident in her established support system.

Tae-gwang wins all around in this episode. His resilience makes me forget that he was rejected by Eun-bi. Wait, was he rejected? See, I don’t even remember! His undying loyalty for Eun-bi may seem one-sided, but I don’t think that’s the case. His loyalty is just an added bonus to the friendship that they share because what they both fundamentally needed was a friend. Someone who can look past the rebellion and silence to recognize pain. I think they both found that in each other. And while I totally ship these two, their friendship as it is now is a delightful sight.

 
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I think our boy, Tae gwang may have a chance afterall! #proudmotherhen

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I feel its like to grant a wish before killing you :( I have no hope left :(

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I KNOW RIGHT!? I cant even genuinely enjoy their happy moments together (TaeBi) because i know deep down inside that the writers might just have been giving me false hope!! And I cant let my heart break more. HUHUHU

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I fall for Taegwang. Definitely.

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I'm definitely liking Tae Kwang more than Eun Bi does. GIVE ME THAT BOY NOW! :P

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Is it just me or does Tae look more manly with his black hair??

I'm more interested in Eun Byul's reaction if Tae and Eun Bi end up together. I bet she'll be like, 'WHAT?'

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Loving the scenes of the twins! Kim So Hyun definitely did great job in letting us to distinguish between Eun-bi and Eun-byul as if there were really real Kim So Hyun twins xD

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Taekwang is slightly annoying me by refusing to stay in the bounds of friendship and pressuring Eunbi

I also feel like Eun Byul isn't interested in Yi An beyond friendship

The way this ending scene gets resolved is so epic (and later scenes)...Eun Byul is not someone you want to mess with

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Eunbyul really looks like she is not here for romance..girl got a lot going on for that

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I got the same vibe from Eun Byul. I don't think she's in the mental state for anything like romance. I mean Yi An is precious to her considering she gave him his own memory box but other than that? I don't think there's any romance there.

I think she's got soul searching to do.

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I feel you. To say sorry for unable to return someone's feeling is hard. And that person is someone you consider close friend making it even more harder. Everyone in their right mind would feel like a bad person doing that. And imagine doing that over and over again like Eun Bi did only in matter of days. Pretty sure it sucks lol

I don't blame Taekwang for not giving up. I just wish Taekwang could be more patient. Taekwang seems to lack in that area.

But if Eun Bi ends up avoiding him, i won't blame her too haha

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it s reasonable for TK to hold on his hope. Before meeting Ebi, TK does not have any focus. But Ebi changes him, and it would be weird if he can easily give up his hope. Plus, he does not press her hard on that issue. The time he spend with Ebi and the kids is very friendly and relaxing without any romantic pressure.

Oh, as Chinbong said: "it's not over 'til it's over!" So of course, TK will continue his hope until ep 16

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yeah but the thing is eunbi acknowledged that and asked if he "knew" why is he doing this and he answered until u stop saying sorry. Not "until u like me back". He doesnt want her to feel guilty about not liking him cause he doesnt feel she owes him anything. I mean he stopped her when she started to apologise for not being "that person for him". Because he is right; she has nothing to apologise for.

i think above all he just wants to be around her and even if he would prefer being a bf i think he really values her friendship and will take what he can get. I think he's kinda waiting for her feeling sorry about his confession to settle back to the former comfortable friendship but part of him is of course still hoping

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I'm not seeing him as holding on his hope or romantically pursuing her.

He's just being a friend, still supporting her. He's not expecting anything back.

What has he actually done that is outside the bounds of friendship?

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He totally is. She tried to reject him again and he blew her off.

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no i don't think so what he blew off was her guilty feeling. I feel that so far he's just being a good friend, I think he needs her as a friend more than anything else.

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I loved it when Eun Byul smacked him. He's been so obnoxiously pushy, emotionally and physically, with Eun Bi that I'm a bit repulsed by him.

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Idk who to ship, I like IEB and YA but I feel like it will ruin the twins relationship, but love is love just because you go way back with someone you liked doesn't mean you can’t fall in love with another person.

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Also I don't think GEB likes YA anyways..

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I think I'm dreaming cos I don't see many comments but anyways I loved how eunbyul deal with that cannot be named *****. Eunbyul is all:I'm so much cooler than you so deal with it. I love how badass she is ;)

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I was waiting for this! Thank you!

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Can I just say I LOVE Eunbyul? Like how can she be such a fierce bitch I loved every moment she was on

and I really don't understand what they want to do with yian character anymore..he can just die and I wouldn't even care

and the way I see it both girls are not here for romance?!!! they are just looking for friendship but the boys are running around with their hormones and playing a game only them are aware of lol

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I don't necessarily like everything about Eun Byul. She has that queen bee attitude where she's only friendly with the cool kids (a side effect of seeing her BFF get bullied but it's still no excuse). I do like how she doesn't take crap from So Young though (which is what always ticks me off about Eun Bi). That girls is long overdue for a smackdown.

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I totally agree with ur reading of her personality. I like her a lot too, but she obviously has her faults. I think that's a great summary of one of her major faults.

Still, I feel like a lot of people are hating on her for the brattiness. Which is obviously there--don't get me wrong--but she's really not that bad. Her character is somewhat like the majority of male leads we see. Keeps feelings (that exist) to herself, cold on the outside, confident and enviable in front of others, and deeply protective.

Also: "and the way I see it both girls are not here for romance?!!! they are just looking for friendship but the boys are running around with their hormones and playing a game only them are aware of lol" LOL. That's great, I'm gonna watch that show through that perspective from now on.

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So first - hats off to Kim Soo Hyun. At such a young age, she's doing such an amazing job pulling off this double role. The big and subtle differences between both twins is so convincing that I truly do believe in both characters. She's just killing this role!

I too am confused by Yi An - so he's actually fallen for Eun Bi now? Actually, I haven't been too impressed with his arc in this show. While all the other main characters have grown, or changed, I just remember his character as constantly chasing after one twin or the other. He's literally been thinking and contemplating and sighing and running and thinking for pretty much the last 5 episodes.

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I agree .... Just same stare same face, he has no major role other than love interest, I feel his character was not written well though he was the main lead :/

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I honestly don't know how someone who developed such a huge crush for a girl for so many years suddenly decided to fall for her twin sister just because he mistaken her to be his crush. I'm actually really confused by his character? I was actually rooting for him to get back together with Eun Byul, but that confrontation-reveal scene with Eun Byul totally killed off that hope. If only the writers give us 2 separate love lines instead of the same old love triangle all over again.. ;(

Still shipping TK with Eun Bi. Though I have a feeling this won't end well sigh

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Hmm, just felt like adding my two cents into the issue of YA's changing feelings.

I understand that his crush for Eun Byul has stretched for so many years and is really deep, but as long as it had been, he had also been rejected many many times. It seems like often his crush had been one-sided, and he wasn't receiving as much as he was giving. I think that can really make someone feel very tired while harbouring this crush.

Then suddenly Eun Bi comes along and she's actually giving him so much. Suddenly he's the one receiving and I think that was what moved him. For so many years he had always experienced the shorter end of the stick. Now he met a girl who SHOWS how much she cares about him (and I emphasise that, because I know Eun Byul cares for him but she always sticks to her tough image and hides everything). So I think that can actually be a very effective trigger in making him fall for Eun Bi because of her sincerity.

I'm actually alright with either ships, but that's only because Nam Joo Hyuk is totally my style haha. For Eun Bi, I think that TK suits her best, because he had been bringing out the best from her and supported her all the time. Of course, he also had the unfair advantage of practically being a stranger with Eun Byul and having a fresh start with Eun Bi.

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They were kids. They still ARE kids. And the whole "huge crush" thing could have just been something that happened recently while they were friends for most their lives. It's easy to confuse friendship and love and it's not like he doesn't love her, he just doesn't love her like that.

And Eun Byul is not here for him. If not Eun Bi, he'd eventually move on to someone else. They are better as friends.

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he did struggle when he knows of eun-bi identity at first (wasnt there the ignoring, angry, denial, running away, thinking part that goes on for few ep.. where she cant accept eun-byul had died and angry at eun-bi for pretending to be her..)

he started his interaction with eun-bi in an amnesia state, so its not like he straight away accepted all the strange changes in her, they could be pretty normal for someone with amnesia to do sth he dont do previously or out of character i guess.. but along the way he does get suspicion too (like eun-byul asking her what if she had a twin, her allergy towards fur toys, handwriting difference, swimming ability..)

he only found out that he likes eun-bi after that for who she was during that period..

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Personally, I don't think YA likes Eunbi at all. I think he was just a little confused because they're twins and look exactly the same. I'm sure he'll come around and realise the one he's loved all along is Eunbyul and we'll get our happy ending with Eunbi and TK.

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So true! It's all about the girls... lol

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Am I the only one who isn't really warming up to Eun Byul's character? I'm glad she's back to finish things up, but it still feels like she's putting up with wall. I wanted to see her be completely raw with Eun Bi but I didn't get that at all.

And how she treated Han Yi An. Did she seriously think he would respond with hugs and laughs? She clearly did not think about how it would affect him, the poor guy thought his best friend of 10 years died and is now suddenly back. Han Yi An had every reason to be angry and said the things he did.

In the beginning, I really did want a YAxEB - TKxEBi ending but the more I watch the show, the more I want YAx EBi to be together. A crush doesn't justify a YAxEB ending and Tae Kwang being the first to know does not justify a TKxEBi ending. Eun Bi has made it clear she doesn't have the same feelings and Yi An has made it clear that he feels something more for Eun Bi then he'd like to admit it.

I've watched ep 14 already but I won't spoil it for those who haven't. Lets just say I'm eagerly awaiting for episode 15 because 14 totally ruined me.

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I feel the same. I think it's going to end up in other ways simply because fans want that ending though. Eun Byul treats YA like crap and Eun Bi does not like TK. Terrible couples the both of them. I do not get why everyone wants that to happen.

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I completely agree. Eun-bi has made it clear multiple times already that she does not return Tae-kwang's romantic feelings. It's also clear that Eun-byul takes her relationship with Yi-an for granted and never understands or takes into account his feelings. Honestly, I find Tae-kwang's character arc very interesting but in the past two episodes, it's hard to overlook his actions towards Eun-bi. She's made it very clear that she does not like him in that way, but he still "pressures" her to like him back (especially in episode 14). I'm confused why more people aren't calling TK out for his actions when he's clearly not staying within the boundaries of friendship. A few episodes back, viewers were quick to point out the flaws in YA's character and how he always ordered Eun-bi around/pressured her to do things, yet they do not find any fault in TK's current actions.

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Because some characters are written awesomely well and people could care less about logic when they support those characters. And TK is one of them :)

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Sure, but TK is nothing special. He's been done a million times before. I'm not too moved! People are suckers for woobies

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@lemondoodle - Sure, you're not moved but many other people are is my point.

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And who are woobies?

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@lemondoodle If by "people" you mean TK-EB shippers, they are just hardcore supporting their ship just like you are. Because people don't have to feel the same way you do. Because Taekwang has been an interesting character since the earlier episodes and his character developed nicely. Because the actor is playing him really well. There're many reasons why "people" would fall for him.

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http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/TheWoobie

Kim Woo Bin in Heirs is another one. Same basic thing and people kind of fall for it every time lol

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Sure, TK fans support their ship at the expense of Eun Bi and hate on her. TK is interesting, but that doesn't excuse the total double standards and hate everyone (even the girl he loves) ets.

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While I love Kim Woo Bin in Heirs, I really don't think these characters are the same beyond having a messed up family background (for the record while I adored his character in Heirs I also knew that he was not a person that anyone should end up in a relationship with). I think TK is much more well-rounded. He's not perfect, but nobody is and I find perfect characters unbelievable. I think YA would be just as much of a Woobie figure - he has a tragic family background, hidden pressures, unrequited feelings, injures himself which could ruin his life, etc.

For me, I think TK is the best well-rounded character in this show. Do I want a girl to be with someone she's not interested in? No. Do I think he's the better guy? Yes. There's a whole host of reasons. I also think that he's not really pressuring her in the way people think. He had his hug, but beyond that he's kept himself back. What he won't do is let her drop the friendship which frankly is what I think they both need. He 'rejected' her apology more in the sense that if he accepts it, it puts a weird level in their friendship. He flat out said he wants to get to the point where she doesn't apologize. He wants them to get along without having to think about things like that which I actually think is pretty mature. Overall actually I think that TK has a lot in his past and acts out a fair amount but he's actually the most aware of his actions and how they affect other people.

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@4D - I agree that TK is much more of a well-rounded character than Young Do. TK is a whole lot less violent than YD was; and also he is not a bully. Plus he knows how to be there for the girl he loves in the right way. I also don't think he is forcing EBi by going after her to Tongyeong. He was worried and was being a friend to her. The beautiful thing is that he doesn't expect anything back from her for all his support.

One thing I liked in The Heirs was that the writer gave YD closure in ES's matter. I doubt we have time to do that here. Unless the writer make TK-EBi together at the end. It seems like TK will still be longing after the girl when the story ends :(

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agree! some characters are really well written and explained that even a normal/average acting could bring up some really good scenes with good feelings .. whereas some characters are just difficult to portray even for skilled actors..

(no comments on their acting, i really dont know how to judge, its not like someone else can play the exact same role and see the difference for myself, i guess they are all good actor/actress.. anyway they are so young, many room for improvement still)

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Exactly! Just because Tae Kwang has had some 'heart jerking' scenes, people all of a sudden forget that he's not mr. perfect. If his was any other drama and his character wasn't written as well as it was, he would be the creepy guy who keeps pressuring Eun Bi to like him.

Tae Kwang's character doesn't need a girlfriend, he just needs a friend and that's what Eun Bi has been. She may have been a little oblivious to his issues in the beginning but in ep 14, it clearly shows she cares but as a friend.

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"If his was any other drama and his character wasn’t written as well as it was, he would be the creepy guy who keeps pressuring Eun Bi to like him."

That's the thing that pulls in viewers though. TK is written well and Sung Jae is acting well; so why shouldn't the viewers like him? And TK is not pressuring EBi. She is making her own choices here. He is just being there for her as a friend.

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@lemondoodle - Haha that's funny. I didn't know there was such a thing. And I loved KWB in The Heirs! So I guess I'm a woobie :) Thanks for explaining!

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I meant, "So I guess I'm a woobie lover."

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wah I totally agree with you.have been noticing Taekwang actions like u said in ep 14 but no everyone thinks its reasonable and cute but when it comes to Yian there is NO MERCY people shower him with dislikes.I seriously want four of them to remain good friends but Taekwang seems to be the main obstacle. To be honest I absolutely adore Taekwang and Yook sungjae so multitalented and down to earth but I can't overlook his actions.

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I've been a YA x EBi shipper right from the start, even though there were moments in the middle when I thought that TK would be a better fit for her. But as of now, out of some unexplainable desire, I really want to see YA x EBi as the endgame. I say unexplainable because I really think that TK had been providing her with the most support and growth throughout. I think some reasons why I want YA x EBi to end up together is because:

1) TK and EBi had practically no obstacles throughout the entire drama. TK finds out EVERYTHING first and he always had the chance to be there for Eun Bi. I really want YA to do that for a change.

2) TK and EBi has an unfair amount of skinship. Same reason as no. 1.

A thought kept lingering in my head after ep 14... A rather bad thought for YA x EBi shippers which I hope will not come true.

WHAT IF,

TK kissed EBi as a 'goodbye kiss' because he realised that YA also likes her after YA asked him whether she was doing okay. After that he'll say "I will give up now, let's be friends." In which, the next episode EBi will spend more time with YA, but then in ep 16 she will realise at the last minute that it is TK that she likes??? Hahaha sorry, my imagination has ran wild...

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“I will give up now, let’s be friends.” In which, the next episode EBi will spend more time with YA, but then in ep 16 she will realise at the last minute that it is TK that she likes?" THIS!

I've been reading the comments here and in School 2015 Soompi Forum but yours is the ONLY one matching my thoughts exactly.

I've been thinking, "Why can't the writer(s) just make Eun-bi realizes her real feelings for Tae Kwang in the end, just like Dream High writers made Hye-mi realized hers for Sam-dong?" (Yes, I'm TK-EBi shipper, he :D)

Dream High was my first K-drama. I had ZERO idea about first/second lead rule in K-drama then. After Dream High, I watched many other dramas and wondered why writers made it as if there ALWAYS HAD TO be "THE destined-couple"?

After 15 dramas or so, I learnt not to understand it but to just accept it, instead.
After 30 dramas, I always checked before a drama aired, who the first lead was, to spare myself from second-lead syndrome (which often-times fail miserably).

But this drama reminds me sooo much to my first K-drama crush, I can't help but feeling not sure of who's gonna get the girl's love.

I'm sorry, I'm random like that but I just wanna send you a bear hug for saying this.

P.S: Do you write fanfiction?
IF (a big IF) the writers decided not to pair them, I wonder if maybe I could read the story YOU write? Kekee :D :D :)

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Hahaha wow! Thanks! Never actually expected such a reaction because it was just a running scenario that kept happening in my head and wouldn't stop unless I shared it with someone somewhere. Actually after I commented here, I proceeded to make a post about it on Soompi haha. Perhaps you had seen it there.

I feel that the writers can very much make Eun Bi realise her feelings right at the end. I don't know why do TK x EBi shippers have such little hope in them being endgame because honestly, I think that my scenario is quite plausible in K-drama land haha. I actually think that the YA x EBi ship is in a more precarious position (and I ship them, dammit, all because of my own desire for Nam Joo Hyuk <3).

Also I wrote incomplete fanfictions once upon a time. Haha I just could never finish them, and was never satisfied in the way I could never fully grasp the characters like the original authors did.

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Lol. What I know is that Taekwang isn't the type of person to give up on her so easily. And why would he? That's just noble idiocy. I want Eunbi to FINALLY start having feelings for him after all the things they shared. I hope that cheek peck triggers it : P

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I think I'm kinda starting to ship Eun-Byul and Tae-Kwang now hehe

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Me too! I can feel the chemistry betweeb Eun Byul and Tae Kwang. Maybe because they both have the strong personalities. I ship them hard XD

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Me too! >.<

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I am on this ship too. It's more interesting. EBi and YA are kind of bland characters.

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I agree...I'm just not feeling the chemistry between YA and EBi.

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That scene in the classroom with Eun Byul and So Young was amazing. ......what the boys never managed in 12 episodes, Eun Bi's unni does in less than five minutes! She bluntly exposed exactly how nasty Satan, oop I mean So Young, was and how she still is.

The boys might feel protective of Eun Bi but Eun Byul is her sister and saw the abuse and Eun Bi's old life for herself, so her anger against Satan is greater.

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Eun Byul COMPLETELY set So Young on her ass...I enjoyed it immensely

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I'm pretty sure that Eunbyul says she stayed at a place called Hope Nursery (not Love's house which wouldn't make sense since Rajin and the boys went to visit Eunbi's memorial ) where they first met Mom

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Ooooh my Tae-Kwang looks so good with his new haircut! Go Tae-Kwang Go!! Get the girl!! I don't understand why Eun-Byul and Yi-An don't get along... When they were younger they seemed like bestfriends...

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I forgot to add that in the beginning it looked like Eun-Byul liked Yi-An with her secretly listening to how he was doing in his swim meet.....

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man when So young asked YA which girl he actually like, i was like girl please we have been waiting 13 episodes for that!

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So, I'm so confused... so who's body did they find? So Young transferred to the school because someone died right? And "Eun-bi" is suppose to be dead because she has a grave memorial in the wall. If someone can spoil or make sense of this, I'd appreciate very much. I just thought Eun Byul return and her explanation of her whereabouts did not make sense of everything.

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if you have seen ep 14, please share some insight (spoilers) if it is answered in ep 14 thank you! :)

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They answer some of it, but they're still saving some for next week.

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Yes it is explained in ep 14, won't spoil it for you!

Also Eunbyul stayed at a different orphanage and not Love House - which should also make more sense now I think

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Thanks! :D I totally understand the not spoiling part. Makes me feel better.

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YAASSS EUN-BYUL I LOVE HER SO MUCH. Such a badass!! <3 I'm so happy that we actually ended up getting the Eun-byul/So-young confrontation I've wanted for so long. T__T Loved every single moment Eun-byul was onscreen. Kudos to So-hyun for playing the twins so convincingly, what an amazing actress.

I'm confused about Yi-an too and a little dismayed that they're going down this route when the main reason why I couldn't fully ship Yi-an/Eun-bi in the first place was BECAUSE Yi-an thought she was Eun-byul all along. He's kind of just been swaying back and forth between each twin for these past few episodes :( I want more Yi-an/Eun-byul interaction.

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Also why does it say "Who Are You—School 2015: Episode 15" in the "NEXT RECAP TO POST" section HAHAHA.

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I would suggest you watch ep 14. The answers are there. I don't support spoilers so I shall not say anything. Let this be an incentive for everyone to watch ep 14 :)

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I don't get why anyone harps on Yi An wavering over Eun Byul since she simply doesn't really care much about him. Oh, she cares, but he's like right above her other friends and well below the actual important people in her life. The whole conversation on the bridge shows that. She went to him as an afterthought. She blew if off as a joke, never thinking it might have caused him pain to know she died. She's seriously inconsiderate to him to put it VERY mildly. I just can't find it in myself to ship that or wonder why he would possibly not want to be abused any longer... go figure.

Other than that I LOVE her character and she's so awesome to see after watching so many episodes of doormat Eun Bi. It's amazing how KSH plays the characters. Eun Bi pretending to be thought and act like Eun Byul is no the same character as Eun Byul at all.

I think TK should probably respect some boundaries, but he's not being completely over the line yet. He's just not going to away ever, but I think he said that already.

I think all these kids should just be friends. Maybe one day they'll laugh about their crazy high school love lives.

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That bridge conversation was a really important point in the story. It's like a trigger that could shed light to the fact that no matter how long you've liked a girl, when she's casually shooing away your woes, you're naturally bound to get angry and fall out of it. I think they call that a "deal-breaker."

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TK is just there for her as a friend. He is not forcing himself upon her. And he is not expecting anything back from her. Plus EBi is not irritated by his presence.

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I meant to say, "He is not forcing his feelings upon her."

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I said he wasn't totally over the line yet, but he's reaching that level a lot of rejected guys reach. It always happens to nice characters in kdramas. Let's hope it doesn't with him.

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If TK is not ending up with EBi (which I don't think he is), I want the writer to let him let go of the girl and find closure. It will be too much to bear if he is still longing after EBi when the drama ends. I want him to end up happy; and the best way to do it is by resolving his family issues.

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I'm not sure she doesn't care--she went to him immediately after her mom and her sister, which is fairly significant. And, unless I'm wrong, she approached him, right?

It's hard to tell with Eun Byul's character, since we really know barely anything about her, but from what we do know, she's incredibly private and internal. It seems like only a fraction of her feelings show up, and she's really in control of what shows (for the most part). She's obviously reluctant to show a lot of sincere emotion, save for irritation, but that doesn't mean it's not there.

She was definitely inconsiderate--but I'm not sure how much of that is her not thinking of him versus her inability to express her emotions. There's a lot of evidence for the latter.

Like in the very first episode, she was listening to broadcast of his swim meet. And even then, she hid that from her friends. There wasn't any reason to do that then, so it seems like keeping things to herself is really part of her personality.

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Yes I totally agree with you! She's got more emotion than what she's letting show on the surface.

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i think there is a reason, she was being careful with song joo bcs she knew that song joo likes yi ahn. IMO

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i personally think they are more "friends".. maybe closed friends and its simply yi-an single sided crush..

so many years and nothing happen.. ok, maybe yi-an never approach/start.. and eun-byul never appreciated whats around her and thinking that it would be there forever..

dont think she need to be careful because of song-joo.. to prevent more dmg, its best to be upfront with her isnt it? u could lose ur friend forever if she found out that she likes him when on appearance saying she dont like him

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As shameful as it is to admit I almost shipped EunbyulxTaekwang in their ep13/14 interactions. I think in the end I was just more of a fan of Kim So Hyun and Sungjae's chemistry than Kim So Hyun and Nam Joo Hyuks chemistry.

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The way I see it, Yi-an is still warming up to Eun-bi, and So-young's question at that point was actually just to taunt him and Eun-byul. In this last part of the episode, I don't think he actually really realizes that he likes Eun-bi. It's more of an encouragement in him that he knows someone cares for him and supports him in his rehab and treatment. True, Eun-byul and Yi-an had shared a lot in the past decade as friends, but I guess the short moments with Eun-bi is enough to make a difference. Yi-an does understand Eun-byul more than anyone, and he takes her prickly attitude with affection, but maybe there's a tipping point through that conversation by the bridge: Eun-byul is really selfish when it comes to her own feelings sometimes, and while 10 years is in contention, some people get really hurt to the point that they can't take it anymore. That happens more often than not, ain't it?

Eun-bi and Yi-an's connection is more subtle than hers with Tae-kwang, which is why it's pretty hard to notice. Eun-bi and Yi-an's was more of a quiet development, and it's often seen in the way they look at each other, or the simple gestures--like a quiet tension.

ON THE OTHER HAND, Kim So-hyun is really amazing especially in this episode. She does both roles with genuine passion. I am also hoping that Eun-bi would come back to face So-young head on. Eun-byul is awesome in the way she handles things, but Eun-bi has got to take a step-up :-)

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I really like the way you wrote this!

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i don't question yi ahn's loyalty at all and i don't necessarily think it's a bad thing that he has feelings for eun bi now more than he does for eun byul. he's been devoted to eun byul and because of that devotion I think he was able to turn a blind eye to her flaws (rudeness/selfishness/etc) and accept all of her. and so throughout the years she would do what she wanted and he would always cater to her...not realizing that the relationship was more one sided and that there were no compromises on eun byul's end, which i think does not make for a healthy relationship. so it comes as to no surprise that when he was able to get to know eun bi he was finally able to experience what it's like to be in a balanced relationship where the other person is as devoted and caring towards him as he is towards her. in general it's natural for people to gravitate toward those who are caring, selfless, have integrity and conviction, etc...all the things that eun bi possessed but eun byul did not. so yes you can be devoted to someone simply because you know that person for so long but that is not the criteria that determines whether that person is right for you or not.

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I agree and let me say, this would have happened to any girl eventually... it's just drama luck that it happened with her twin sister. People sometimes forget these characters are kids as well. Eun Byul and YA are not soul mates, but friends who had a flirty relationship that never really went anywhere f or one reason or the other.

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Loyalty isn't the same thing as love ;)

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I don't disagree with you BUT I wish the writer had actually properly explored this process in Yi-an. His grief. His growing feelings for Eun-bi (from the moment that knows that she is Eun-bi). His conflict at liking Eun-byul's sister (because, yes, there should be some conflict). His shock at Eun-byul's return. His conflict that now both are alive and that he likes a different girl than he originally did. And all of that happened on top the things going on with his swimming career.

Sadly, the writer treated Yi-an more like a side character and plot device, or, as someone else said in this thread, he's just there to like the two twins and serve the love line. But there is so much more they could have made his character into!

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I totally agree with you. Like I think there are enough hints at his general feelings and conflicting feelings, etc. that provides more than enough and great material to explore in depth, but it's just not taken to that level.

Likewise, the whole twin dynamic is also like kinda neutered. There were so many moments in this episode that could've had great punch but just didn't--like the twins seeing each other for the first time.

I feel like this show started off with a great emotional presence that overtook the insane plot, but it kinda reversed in the past couple weeks. Now the plot dominates the emotions, which is a kinda a shame.

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As the OST says, "I believe.. I believe...! Kyaaa~!

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Alternate endings game:
1: Triangle is Tae-kwang - Eun-bi - Yi-an. Eun-byul is so crushed she jumps off a bridge and drowns*. Since Eun-both never came out as twins, Bi takes over and the rest of the class gets re-introduced to "nice" "Eun-byul".
* Yes, she can swim but everyone knows that Korean rivers are special. They magically heal anyone who falls in while full of arrows or bullets but always drown any healthy person who falls, jumps or even walks in -- unless they have someone to rescue them. Yi-an & Tae-kwang are too busy fighting over Bi to notice, so... karma, cosmic retribution on Byul for not noticing So-in in her time of need.

2: OTP is Tae-kwang & Yi-an, because the leads have to bicker & hate each other before they fall in love, and who bickers better than those two. Odd man out is Gi-tae.

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"korean rivers are special" :D

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As much as I love the 10-year history tag behind the Eunbyul and YiAn ship, I can't help but think Eunbyul's lost her chance with YiAn already. Love is a fickle thing, something that requires both the right time (history) and the right timing (that one moment). Eunbyul made a conscious decision not to share with her bestfriend of 10 years the fact that she has a twin sister,or that she's been stressed out at school due to SooIn's death; She cut YiAn off when he tried confessing to her during the school trip. That long history between them might just have scratched off that one right moment - Now he doesn't have the courage to say anything more and she's just thankful she's got her best friend's back and didn't question his behaviour the night he came to see her during the school trip. I mean, if she really cared for him as a guy and not just as a bestfriend, wouldn't she say she still remembers that promise he made so long ago?
On the other hand(or ship), Eunbi's softness and her easy smiles can make a guy feel really good. Don't all guys like playing hero to the girl they like?

I am slightly disappointed in the way YiAn's character was developed. The script writer could have made a better story for him to fall for Eunbi just the right way so that everything he's done or about to do will not feel like a betrayal to Eunbyul and their 10-year history.

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"Love is a fickle thing, something that requires both the right time (history) and the right timing (that one moment)."

I like this bit! It's exactly what happened in that bridge conversation (in my perspective): they had 10-years worth of history, and it took that one moment of prickly dismissal to tip off the possible romance.

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Let's say Yian and Eunbyul becomes the best-friend couple in The Time I've Loved You: 7,000 Days. Lol.

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I was hoping that Eun Byul was really dead for plot purposes. But I totally find it satisfying when Eun-byul confront So-young.

What I don't like is that I want her alive so that I can ship Eun-bi and Tae-gwang without problems. BUt why oh why is Yi-an acting the way he is? I totally agree with dramallama that I think Yi-an belongs to Eun-byul. I hope that I get the lovelines I am shipping for.

I love Tae-kwang! Totally! This is his episode. <3

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EUN BYUL! I LOVE HER! I've been waiting twelve episodes for someone to pummel So Young, and Eun Byul did it in style. She takes no shit and gives no shits. She is my hero. Kim So Hyun is stunning as Eun Byul. I know it's the same girl, but something about Eun Byul's hair or makeup or clothes or confidence makes her gorgeous. So Hyun is simply an acting prodigy. The first word out of Eun Byul's mouth when she saw Song Joo and Shi Jin "yah," and there was no doubt she was Eun Byul.

This must be Tae Gwang's reward for getting his heart trampled on last episode: playing house with Eun Bi. Gah, stop looking at her with those I-want-to-marry-you eyes, I can't take it! I love how he slapped her hand away and put the kibosh on her drawing the line between them. I hope the kids grow to love him.

I was ecstatic both our ships would sail until we learned Yi An had fallen out of love with Eun Byul. I did not expect that reaction from him. I thought he would be happy or relieved his dead best friend rose from the grave, but poor boy has been burned too many times before. Dammit, So Young. We were only able to enjoy our victory over her for all of a day before she gained the upper hand again. I can't even blame Yi An because he likes Eun Bi, so of course he would want to know where she's at, and besides, Tae Gwang yelled at Eun Byul in full voice, "Where is she?!"; it's just that So Young wasn't around to hear him. I like how it comes as no surprise to either of them to hear So Young say Yi An likes Eun Byul. It's like an open secret between the friends, which they choose to ignore. We saw Eun Byul flirting with Yi An in episode 1, but her cold exterior makes her very hard to read. Does she like him back or not? A big thanks for the recap, dramallama!

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Wow! Let's give a huge appreciation to Kim So-hyun. Watching an actress (on top of that a child actress) doing a double role is both exciting and worrying. But Kim So-hyun brushes off the worry part. It's like I almost believe that there are two Kim So-Hyuns. The way she makes different atmospheres in Eunbi/Eunbyul's interaction with people are really fun to watch.
WAIT, has somebody mentioned about corpse? Or is it just me missing it?
And yes! Another appreciation to Eunbyul with the Soyoung face off. The pain, the anger, and the frustration that she could do nothing for her twin are well delivered with that intense stare and a little bit of tears.
Aside from the fun of watching Eunbi/Eunbyul reunites (didn't we need to wait 2 weeks for that, dang drama) Yian just frustrates me more and more. I liked Yian the best at the very beginning. His puppy loyalty to Eunbyul and it's practically showing us Eunbyul is his world. That's why we watched him struggling with her supposed death the last few weeks. Even with a snatch on Taegwang's neck. He just, just finally be able to talk to Eunbi an episode ago. And now, wouldn't getting Eunbyul alive his everything? He might be mad but So-young's irrelevant question doesn't even need thinking for him in the state he is now. Even jealousy over Taekwang seems unnecessary. Is it the drama trying too hard to make the kdrama classic love square but it's frustrating, ok drama, don't do that!
ANYWAY CAN SOMEBODY GIVE TAEKWANG HIS EUNBI BECAUSE THERE'S NOTHING HOLDING THEM NOW? I MEAN OMFG I DON'T KNOW WHAT I'D DO IF DRAMA ENDED UP WITH YIAN JUST BECAUSE HE'S THE FIRST LEAD. CAN I GET A TAEKWANG OF MY OWN?

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It's funny how others ignore the glaring fact that EunBi has feelings for YiAn. It makes me wonder sometimes if we are actually watching the same show.

I can't help but get annoyed by some TaeBi shippers who find pleasure in talking crap about YiAn. Oh well, let's just see whose ship gets the last laugh in the end.

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I feel the same - up to the point I just give up reading anything on shipping and pray that my ship sails silently away leaving anti-fans behind with mouth agaped!

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Agree. The shippers spoils the fun!

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The leaps in logic and double standards just of drove me crazy, but I just have to laugh it all now. Especially people who dislike YA for doing something and ignore it when TK does it (YA"choked" TK so he's borderline abusive and scary, TK starts fights constantly, he's just misunderstood~), or those people who complain that YA doesn't allow her to have her own sense of agency because he butts in unannounced while totally the fact that she does not like their choice of guys. Really it's amazing.

and I have no faith in the writer not bowing to pressure even if it makes no sense.

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I don't think that's a double standard. TK has some big issues but while he 'fights' he clearly sets it up so he's the one who will get beaten. That's some some deep self-loathing going on.

YA's reaction (and he did choke, that's a straight up throat grab) are scary and the indicate more his anger towards others. Perhaps it's an unfrotunate fact of being aroudn too many abusive people in my life but YAs reactions are the standard beginnings of abusers. TK's is it's own can of worms but not abusive.

I frankly don't think any of the couples make sense romantically right now.

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<I frankly don’t think any of the couples make sense romantically right now.

That!!!

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I still don't see it. I'm not saying YA was right in what he did, but I can understand why he did it. He didn't want to hear what TK had to say and did lashed out when he said it. He was also called out on it (by TK of all people) and isn't going around smacking people around out of anger constantly. He's generally pretty mellow considering the crap he's gone through recently. And TK has calmed down as well.

And to me violence is violence. Part of TK's fighting was because he was lashing out, it's the same crap. Both are teenage boys with lots of hormones and anger. It's not scary for either one. People are projecting some issues on both of them.

Of course, none of them make sense. It's not like they are going to get married. They are kids, part of the reason I have no issue with everyone dating everyone else.

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Oh yes, Can't they see the difference in Eun Bi's smile when she is with Yi An than when is with TK? I notice that EunBi is really at the peak of her joy when she is with Yi An and also the look in her eyes is so lovable. I can also feel that EunBi really just sees TK as friend and what she's doing to him now is simply returning the favor as a friend and because she feels pity for a guy who likes her but she can't like back. xoxo

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KSH plays the differences well. People are just ignore her hard work. The cliff hanger from next episode is a good example of how great she is in subtle emotions, but people see what they want to see and not what she portrayed.

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It's blatantly obvious that Eun-bi has feelings for Yi-an, but when others are blinded by their ship, they'd choose to believe otherwise. I don't understand the hate that Eun-bi gets because she "stole her sister's man". First off, she can't control her feelings. Second, Eun-byul and Yi-an weren't really "dating" so she didn't exactly steal her sister's man. What I dislike the most is when TK-EB fans rage at EB for not returning his feelings, because love apparently can't be unrequited. Even if someone was nice to you and always there for you, you can't help it if you don't like them romantically. I don't mind TK-EB shippers at all, everyone has their own preferences/tastes, but the hate on Yi-an to make their ship seem superior is slightly off-putting.

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I haven't really seen the "stole her sister's man" thing. I have however seen most people get upset with YA over liking both twins.

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Even though I ship TaeBi now I have sort of given up on shipping. I just kinda wish that the drama be badass and not have the lovelines at all. The friendships are way cuter.

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Anyone else wonder where the orphanage lady was???

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Playing mom to the Hero in "High society" I guess.

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She magically and conveniently disappeared. *rolls eyes*

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As people often do when only logic requests their presence, but not the story. What would showing her do to advance to plot? I'd rather not see her than miss seeing the kids protect unni from Taekwang with plastic toy garden tools, or have the show go extra episodes to clean up unimportant threads.

Oh, wait -- extra episodes would mean more KSH. I take it all back :)

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That's a busy lady. She's in a lot of dramas lol

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HAHAH. Was wondering about the same thing.

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I did too. It seems a bit strange because the orphanage was run without an adult in charge but as if managed by children on their own.

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To purplelee
ha.
ok then, let's see who will gets the last laugh in the end.

#TAEKWANGEUNBI4LYFE!!!

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Thank you Dramallama for the recap.

I watched this episode till the twins' bedroom scene and gave up.
I'll come here for the recaps till the end because I've given up on this drama.

The reconciliation between Mom and her supposedly death daughter was given such a luke warm treatment so with the first time meeting of the twins... they were like "Hi unnie, high dongsaeng!"... I couldn't take it.

I think the shippers made the scriptwriter change the script half way and the Director focus on the love angle more.
Yi An is supposedly the lead but his scenes have been cut short I presume... nevermind, no big deal, it happens but the story/ drama had such a great beginning esp. till probably Ep.10 but then it went all down the hill...

The earlier School franchise was soooo good and had good story line, great performance (not that it is lacking now) and it didn't have those fluffy romantic angle... This time it is lots of fluff and targeted towards teenage crowd...

I'll just finish it here...

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I somewhat struggled to watch this episode. Eun-byul actually coming back highlighted all the problems with this instalment of the School series. Sure, her standing up to So-young was great, but other than that... her being alive – purely for plot-sake – is so unrealistic and makes this one School series that I find really hard to relate to. Everything about her disappearance and reappearance seems uncompelling to me, whether the lack of exploration of grief we saw in various character (the mother and the identity conflict Eun-bi should have had impersonating her – it was all barley there) or now her coming back. She just wanted to run away? And somehow magically she had it all work out (without an advance plan at all), from however she survived over these weeks to Mom taking in Eun-bi (so many other things could have happened). Never mind her total lack of consideration how pretending to be dead and then reappearing would affect others. It was extremely selfish and cruel. And psychologically twisted too. But then no one here seems to care much about these things – even Eun-bi just popping up at her old orphanage seemed very strange to me. The kids could have been traumatised.

There is also just so much lazy writing. So-young of course walking by whenever there's a conversation she shouldn't be hearing. And why are there no adults around at the orphanage?

Tae-kwang was a star in this episodes. He's a wonderful person who cares about others, even if they give nothing back.

Yi-an was fully right to react to Eun-byul the way he did – a terrible friend she is indeed. I'm still less swayed by his character because I find the actor's performance a bit flat and the character not particularly well written – and the whole Eun-bi/Eun-byul conflict too manufactured. There should have never been a love triangle, or even any love line in this drama.

On the whole, if they had kept it simple rather than introducing unrealistic twists, this series could have been much, much better. Eun-byul actually being dead, the mother actually grieving, Eun-bi going to Eun-byul's schools as herself – there would have been enough material there.

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And why are there no adults around at the orphanage?

There are. Or at least, there is one. If you look at the scene in which EunBi watches TaeKwang and her "siblings" playing soccer/football, you'll see a lady waking away with a laundry basket in hand.

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Didn't notice her, but it does little to change the fact that it seems like no one is running the orphanage.

Girl comes back from the dead. I would expect an adult to break this to the kids first, or, at least, be there when Eun-bi meets the kids.

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I just love TK too. Watching this for him and his happy ending, whether or not he ends up with EBi. I would love him with EBi but he is not the first lead. So. And the writers seem to be trolling us with all the cute scenes between him and EBi. So cruel :(

There are some plot holes in the drama. It failed to explain things that needs explanation. And the mystery revelations were not good enough.

EByul is a strong character and a great match for SY. However, the way she reappeared and explained her disappearance was not considerate.

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I just want to erase all the love lines... they are written to troll, and, what makes it worse, it makes the characters inconsistent.

Too much that's very superficially explained or conveniently ignored – which is such a disappointment, because the series started out well.

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Yes, the love lines do make some of the characters inconsistent. It also took focus away from student issues, friendship, and other little details (like Song Joo and Shi Jin still don't know that the girls switched places). I wonder if the writer is under immense pressure coz of shipping. I also feel that the love lines wouldn't have taken so much of the story time if the writer consistently stayed with one ship. Now it is like she/he is playing both sides. Read on Soompi that he/she is using more EBi - TK scenes to increase ratings because Sung Jae is really popular now.

I started this series after the first 10 episodes had aired, and I remember not being able to stop watching coz it was so captivating and mysterious!

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That's why I wish dramas were pre-written and filmed before airing!

I don't care who ends up with whom, I want a solid story and consistently written characters, not some that are all over the place depending on the ship-wars!

Sung-jae is the better actor between the two guys, but Nam Ju-Hyuk also suffers from the fact that his character is underdeveloped, which isn't really the actor's fault at all.

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+1 @your comment below, alua.

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I mean, +1 @your reply to my comment. Lol, the format is confusing me.

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ALL I CAN SAY IS WATCH EPISODE 14. THE REASON WHY EUN BYUL SHOULD COME BACK IS CLEARLY STATED. THE ISSUES WITH JUNG SOO IN. THE ISSUE WITH EUN BI'S BULLYING. IT WOULD BE UNFAIR WITH EUNBYUL IF SHE DIES BECAUSE WHE DESERVES SO MUCH BETTER AND SHE SUFFERED A LOT WHEN SOO IN DIED.

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We're at episode 13. I purposefully didn't watch ep 14 before commenting.

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I had a lot of trouble with this episode too. After last week's big "reveal" of Soo In's death coupled with the very unrealistic reactions and behaviors surrounding EBs reappearance...well, I will enjoy what's left but it's not going to be one of my favorites. I had a feeling this was going to happen but things have really started to feel like plot devices and not even remotely believable. Such overreactions to Soo In and such under-reactions to EB (yes, I like making up words).

She seriously just said she wanted her sister to get a chance to live that life, and that she needed a break cause the year had been hard. That's her reason for letting everybody in both girl's lives think they're dead?!?! I'd be beyond furious with her and it's all just so unbelievable. Sigh.

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It's all too unrealistic.

The beauty of School 2013 was that it was like something that could happen... this installment is too twisted and the explanations are either not offered or they are offered and don't add up.

Yeah, I think I would have to take a serious break from the friendship with Eun-byul if I were Yi-an. He at least said that she didn't even consider his feelings, but him being mad barely lasted – less than him being mad about Eun-bi lying to him. But with a life-long friend's betrayal of this size, wouldn't you be so much more hurt? To me it feels like they are treating death like a joke.

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I was watching this late at night and I had to cover my mouth so as not to wake the entire household up.

KUDOS TO KIM SO HYUN!!!! I reaaally wanted to believe that she has a real-life twin had I not known better. She has me believing, can't wait to see more of her in Pure Love!

I was squeeing in joy with Eun-byul's confrontation with So-young. Her performance gave me goosebumps.

SUNGJAE!!!!! UGH THAT JET-BLACK HAIR AND THOSE EYES!!!!! I'd be happy to wake up at 3 in the morning if it was his voice telling me to!!! The toothbrush scene was epic. Oh god I must have fallen in love....

Don't worry, though- the last scene won't turn out as bad as we originally thought it would be.

On the lovelines, I really want TaeGwang and Eunbi to end up together but not while they're in high school. It is indeed a GLARING fact that EunBi has some romantic feelings for YiAhn- I kind of confirmed it when she asked YiAhn to spend a day with her. If I was to return a medal to a friend I would just go to him/her and wouldn't sneakily be in a date first lol I'm enjoying Sungjae and So Hyun's chemistry so much though.

So sad this drama will soon be over!! FNC has done a good job with producing this. That little AOA at Coffeebay was sooo Han Sung Ho lol I'd also like to comment at the amazing editing when EunBi and EunByul were bickering and Kim So Hyun poked Kim So Hyun at the beginning of this episode!!!

As an ending note, OH GOD WENDY'S VOICE GOT ME CHILLS!!!!! MY EONNIE IS DAEBAK IN EVER WAY UGH I'M NOW SINGING I BELIEVE I BELIEVE ALL AROUND THE HOUSE HAHAHAH

학교2015, 화이팅!

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Please give us more interaction between Yi-an and Eun-byul, drama. Yes, she was herself and colder in this ep (and the next) but maybe that's because girl is going through some tough times and trying to resolve them in herself before moving onto boy issues. I really think she does have deeper feelings for Yi-an, but has had so many layers of crud to deal with, that whatever she feels towards him has had to take the backseat. At least I hope so. Otherwise, that's just cold. I really hope their relationship is explored fairly thoroughly in the final two eps. C'mon, writers!

As for Eun-bi, it kind of sucks that, throughout this drama, while Eun-bi is dreaming of a relationship like the one Eun-byul has with Yi-an (and attempting to create that kind of relationship with Yi-an), she doesn't realize that what she has with Tae-kwang is what Yi-an has with Eun-byul... that sort of loyalty and understanding. Tae-kwang is Eun-bi's Yi-an. So I always thought it weird that she had such strong "feelings" and "connections" to Yi-an when Tae-kwang was just as sweet and caring towards her, if not more. Kind of frustrating. So for the people saying Eun-byul doesn't deserve Yi-an, maybe Eun-bi doesn't deserve Tae-kwang. Don't get me wrong, I freaking love Eun-bi, but if we're looking at the romantic lines, she's been sort of cruel to him in the ways we've seen Eun-byul keep Yi-an at a distance.

I was just glad to see Eun-bi sort of bury whatever romantic leanings she had towards Yi-an in ep 12. First, in an attempt to be a real friend, and second, in realization that Yi-an's feelings for her sister ran deep. And I kind of hope it stays this way.

Overall, I'm really pleased with how they're closing up the story lines, especially with the Soo-in cover up, so I'm just hoping they do justice to the So-young story and the love lines.

Please don't break my heart, drama. Please!

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The further we go the more convinced I am that the writer is reading my mind and purposely writing the drama I want to see. Except for the romantic angles that I'm afraid I'll be disappointed. As far as I'm concerned there's 2 acceptable outcomes romantically Eun-bi and Tae-gwang together with Eun-byul and Yi-an either together or both alone, or none of them together and they're all just friends, those are the only outcomes I'll accept without getting pissed off. So writer if you are reading my mind let's make Eun-bi and Tae-gwang happen.

Personally I found Eun-byul's face-off with So-young very satisfying, though not as much as the one in episode 14, because Eun-bi and Eun-byul are different and while Eun-bi has learned how to not let So-young affect her it's not in her nature to stand up to So-young the way Eun-byul can.

I've seen episode 14 and I'm not quite sure what's going to happen in the last two episodes, hopefully a final shut down of So-young perhaps through the combined efforts of both sisters.

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Thanks for the recap, dramallama!

KSH is so amazing in her roles here!! I am so impressed with how set apart Eunbi and Eunbyul are. The soft, innocent eyes and sweet aura versus the cold eyes and distant feeling. That scene with SY in class felt so satisfying!

I'm getting used to TK's hair. LOL It was fun and cute to see him realize the real Eunbyul is back, and then dash off to find Eunbi. The kids at Love House are so cute. I also wondered what happened to the lady there who was running the orphanage.

YA's anger at Eunbyul is totally understandable. Poor guy who was finally coming to terms with her departure and accepting Eunbi, and then BAM, back to his madness again. I think he already likes Eunbi since he has been drawn to her kindness.

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Alright I really think there are major problem with the writing in the drama ,the writer does not pay any attention to little details whre did the hope house lady go ? What did eun byul actually did when she vanished? Whose corpse is it any way ? And I feel so bad for how they characterized han yi an's arch.. The boy seems so blank...

And can I just say how adorable is te gwang ..I luff him..

Kim so hyun is acting her heart out .. ?

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@Sumee

1st question: Still unanswered
2nd: She probably did some yoga
3rd: Some random missing-but-unreported girl from Teongyang

The writer did not bother to explain since majority of the viewers were so busy with this shipping thing. Agree with you on Yi-an's arc. Since TK character became so popular the writer focused more on him and left YA behind. That's not saying that TK doesn't deserve it because the actor playing him is doing a fantastic job, but the writer shoud at least give both equal attention. It just goes to say that Knetizens do affect how the writer write the story.

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hmm, TK wasnt the focus until ep 12. YA has so many eps before that to develop his character. However, the writers think that his love confusion and swimming accident are enough to make the audiences care for his characters. The reality isnt. The fact that they makes YA's swimming career is in jeopardy is to make the viewers to sympathize him. Yet the reason for that accident turns a lot of people off that not many people care whether he can swim or not. To be fair, it s a combination of bad writing from the writers and bad/not so good acting from NJH.

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House lady I don't care about. Giving the kids more screen time is adorable by itself and helps with character dev. We see (again) how important Bi is to them and we see a really nice side of TK.

The other questions (corpse, what Byul was doing, etc) are (I hope) being saved for next week. As they should be.

But if those questions aren't answered later, I swear I will rage-quit the entire universe.

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Kim So Hyun is such a great actress. The slight differences between the twins make it seem like two different actresses playing the roles.

I personally ship taekwang and eunbi but I'm pretty much given up on them ending up together. I think part of the reason why there's such a huge divide on the shipping is because of the acting. If Nam Joo Hyuk's performance is a little better, instead of having an angry look in almost every emotional scene, it's probably possible for me to ship him with Eunbi. I usually don't get second-lead syndrome no matter how good the second-lead character is, but Sungjae's acting is really convincing. Combined with the great backstory for him, it's really hard not to root for taekwang.

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Kim So Hyun's acting is amazing! She is doing such a great job playing the twins! Love her ever since I first saw her in IHYV.

First time seeing Sung Jae and I'm loving his acting and character!

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Why does it seem that everyone just focuses on the love line? I know there's nothing wrong with it but can't they at least look at what the drama is really for? It is supposed to be a series that shows the struggles of the youth and the dark side of the school. The story gives so much realization about those problems in our societies but all you can say is I ship them, I ship blah blah... The love line is covering the sole purpose of this drama. BTW, I ship Yi An X Eun Bi. The writers, I guess, tried to shift everything to gain more teen viewers huh?

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Actually the problem i found with the show is that the writers have become lazy. The whole mystery revelation came out flat, also the whole twin swap explanation really wasn't much of a reason when both sisters could have been adopted. Also the reason for eun byul's hallucinations hasn't been explained.

The episode are continously teasing the love lines so you can't blame people for it. For example school 2013 had a great storyline throughout and as much as I love a love story it didn't matter to me that they wasn't a couple on that show.

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I gave up watching, just reading the recaps now.

But that whole twin adoption thing just seems kind of plot-clueless. Everyone at the orphanage knew they were twins, and it seems to me that if someone was going to adopt one they would most likely adopt both.

Just too many holes in this plot, and not really interested in the shipping wars - the whole shipping thing seems like a dead end anyway.

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I gave up too :( .... I love love love School 2013 compared to that this drama is just nowhere. The best thing school 2015 is to cast sung Jae, Kang So young(don't know her real name) and Kim so hyun, without the and with this writing don't know what would happen !!!!

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No, they were in two different orphanages and nobody knew.
This is REQUIRED in kdrama-land -- identical twins must always be separated somehow.

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The Soo In thing was boring and TK's dad is not compelling. So.... They haven't focused on the kids in awhile. When's the last time Eun Bi's friends did anything?

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Exactly all they seem to show was the love line. Seriously the past few episodes seemed to be going in circles with so young constantly repeating herself.

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And still zero explanation for So Youngs motives, at least none I saw in the recaps.

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I... honestly don't care who ends up with whom.

People are saying that TaeKwang is stepping over his boundaries... eh... Not really. He's still leaving all the choices in EunBi's hands.

People are saying that YiAn is too violent... but he's a teenager in the middle of a huge mess! First, the person with the same face as his best friend of ten-freaking-years ends up not being his best friend and apparently said best friend had died, as in, is never coming back, and then suddenly, said best friend appears suddenly without so much as a "Hi, I'm the real EunByul." More like she came back as her twin and expected him to realise the difference and be happy. Hey, that kind of mindf*ck does not sit well with people, especially teenagers.

People are saying that EunBi is terrible for not seeing all that TaeKwang has done for her. I'm just surprised she's been able to hold out not-being-herself for so long, much less know what's going on around her. People are saying that she obviously has feelings for YiAn... and I'm no romance expert but I'm not sure if she really likes him that way or if she's just latching onto someone who's the best friend she always wanted but never had and is being her own busy body selfless self.

People are saying that EunByul is selfish and psychotic but... eh, I agree with the selfish part, not so much that psychotic part. After all, she's a teenager. They tend to be a little too rash and cruel, trapped in their own bubble. Also, while EunByul is aggressive and takes-no-shit, she's vulnerable in her ability to fully trust and open up to others. It's like she's walking around with the Great Wall of China surrounding her. She'll let people know her at the superficial level, but she doesn't let them know ALL of her, including her mother. Her twin is the exact opposite (which I find so intriguing). EunByul obviously cares for YiAn (or she wouldn't have gone to find/ called him), but she's a person who doesn't express herself well, which is in line with her not being able to open up fully. I was curious that his first expression was anger and not relief (but I might have just been reading that wrong) but the moment she said "why are you this angry", I was like No, girl, no. It's obvious from that line that while she cares for YiAn, she's taken him for granted, and what he's probably understood in that moment of his best friend's biggest betrayal against him.

I dunno, I can understand why they're acting like that, knowing their backgrounds and how their environments have shaped them and I don't really think anyone is being purposefully terrible so far (except for satan's-child).

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I mean, EunByul's "vulnerability in her INability to fully trust and open up to others."

Also, It’s obvious from that line that while she cares for YiAn, she’s taken him for granted, which is what he’d probably understood in that moment of his best friend’s biggest betrayal against him.

I am not great with long posts...

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People always ignore who likes who.

Who the main girl likes? Until the last two episodes, it is clear who is it, and who she seems just as a friend.

It is reply 1994 all again. Shippers ignoring the main girl feelings and who is the main guy.

The writer isn't trolling btw. The fans that grab anything to ship their couple. Not the writer's fault.

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