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Beautiful Gong Shim: Episode 15

A perfectly fine date can unexpectedly take a turn for the worse. Or for the better, depending on how you look at it. Try as you might to not embarrass yourself in front of the person you care about, there’s simply no way to control everything, especially the heart. And… nature. Sometimes you just have to let it go, and the response may pleasantly surprise you.

 

 
EPISODE 15 RECAP

The elevator doors open, and Jun-su looks up to see Dan-tae inside. The two stare at each other with steely gazes before Jun-su enters. The atmosphere is tense inside the elevator, but the two engage in disengaged yet civil small talk. Jun-su steps out on his floor, and Dan-tae calls after him, but Jun-su doesn’t hear.

Later, Dan-tae brings up the idea of dropping the search for his kidnapper to his grandmother and asks her what she’d think if he did. She wonders if he’s had a change of heart, but Dan-tae retracts and explains that it was merely a hypothetical notion.

Grandmother senses that his lonely struggle must be taking a toll on him and reminds him that he can choose to end this search whenever he wishes.

With a grave expression, Jun-su urges his uncle to listen carefully to what he’s about to say. He divulges his belief that Dan-tae is actually Jun-pyo, which throws Uncle for a loop; a DNA test is underway, the results of which will confirm what Jun-su believes to be true.

Jun-su: “If the results of the DNA test prove that Dan-tae is Jun-pyo, you [Uncle], Mother, and I have to relinquish all our assets and this company. We have to leave this household empty-handed… We have to get on our knees and beg Jun-pyo for forgiveness.”

In utter disbelief, Uncle figures there’s a chance that Dan-tae isn’t Jun-pyo and that they can do away with Dan-tae’s meddling. But Jun-su’s had enough with Uncle’s useless reasoning and angrily reminds him of ruining not only Jun-pyo’s life, but those of Jun-pyo’s parents and grandmother. He warns Uncle to stay quiet and out of trouble until they find out the DNA results.

Moments later, Jun-su waits around Gong Shim’s neighborhood to apologize for his behavior involving the art exhibit. He expresses how sorry he feels toward her and Dan-tae; he genuinely likes both of them and doesn’t want to lose their friendship to the point that they no longer speak to each other. He wants the three of them to return to how they were before, and says he’ll do better.

That night, Jun-su heads home and crawls onto his bed. Tears fall as he reminisces on his friendship with Dan-tae, which eventually soured into one of mistrust and secrets.

Dan-tae’s up late mulling over their friendship as well, reflecting on how Jun-su’s changed. He visits his still-unconscious father at the hospital and opens up: He’s so close to finding the culprit, but his heart is less at ease because of what this means for Jun-su.

Dan-tae expresses concern for his cousin, who’ll suffer because he has to protect his mother; he wonders aloud if telling Jun-su everything is the right choice. On his way out, Dan-tae calls Jun-su and asks to meet tomorrow; he needs to talk to Jun-su in person. Jun-su replies that he also has something to share, but he’s leaving for a business trip to China tomorrow. They agree to meet in three days when Jun-su returns.

Gong Shim waits for Dan-tae outside the convenience store, swatting at unrelenting mosquitoes. When he arrives, she asks if he’s free tomorrow to go to the amusement park with her, but Dan-tae has a reunion to attend. She expected as much, figuring he’d have some kind of excuse, but remains unfazed. She asks when his next availability is, but Dan-tae surprises her by suggesting they go tomorrow. He rings up his colleague to cancel his attendance, and Gong Shim is pleased.

Out of nowhere, Gong Shim slaps Dan-tae HARD in the face on account of a mosquito, ha. He reminds her to strike while he’s looking so he can dodge the blow and remarks on how powerful her hand is.

At the airport the next morning, Jun-su’s disappointed to hear the DNA results won’t be ready for a while. Meanwhile, Gong Shim’s hard at work, making rolls and rolls of kimbap for the amusement park trip. A sudden pain in her stomach causes her to grimace, but she ignores it and finally decides on an outfit: a bright turquoise striped tee under a white dress.

Dan-tae goes through a couple outfits before deciding on… a tee identical to Gong Shim’s, heh. He meets Gong Shim outside, and they’re shocked by their matching shirts. They both volunteer to change into something different so they’re not mistaken as a couple, but as they’re going back and forth, Dan-tae notices Gong Shim looking rather unwell. He suggests rescheduling so she can rest, but Gong Shim insists she’s fine and chalks it up to lack of sleep from mosquitoes.

Meanwhile, Gong Mi and her mother are on a shopping date. While her mother is trying on a dress, Jun-su’s mother enters the same store, causing Gong Mi to panic.

Gong-mi’s mother overhears their conversation from the dressing room, and finds herself in a bind. Jun-su’s mother exclaims that she’d always wanted to meet Gong Mi’s mother, but little does she know, they’ve already met and… wrestled. Gong Mi’s mother lingers in the dressing room for as long as she’s able before bursting out of there, holding a dress in front of her face to stay hidden. Gong Mi’s mortified by her mother’s odd exit, and excuses herself to follow her.

Gong Mi’s mother flees to the bathroom and expresses relief to have escaped without getting caught by Jun-su’s mother. She’s going on about how her first instinct was to run, when Gong Mi’s face falls. Jun-su’s mother arrives, and of course, she heard everything.

She puts two and two together and deduces that Gong Mi and Gong Shim are sisters. Gong Mi’s mother tries to explain, but Jun-su’s mother is not having any of it. She wants to speak to Gong Mi alone.

Gong Mi looks petrified as Jun-su’s mother accuses her of toying with her family. She asks Gong Mi whether she knew her son was the Star Group heir when she met him for the first time. Gong Mi’s hesitation confirms her suspicions: There’s no way Gong Mi didn’t know, since Gong Shim was working as secretary at Star Group at the time.

Gong Mi’s only able to sputter an apology. She tries to defend herself by saying that she kept Jun-su’s status a secret because she thought that was what he wanted, but Jun-su’s mother refuses to believe anything coming out of her mouth. She criticizes Gong Mi for taking after her mother and deceiving her all this time.

Gong Mi cries in her room, utterly humiliated. Her mother apologizes, but Gong Mi interjects and says the whole thing is Gong Shim’s fault. Welp, looks like Gong Meanie’s back. She says if Gong Shim hadn’t “acted strangely” and gotten herself fired, then Mother wouldn’t have fought with Jun-su’s mother. Psh. She unleashes her fury by hurling books across her room.

Things are less stormy with Dan-tae and Gong Shim, who are having a peaceful picnic. Dan-tae’s so impressed by all the delicious food she packed. He’s about to dig into the kimbap, but is disappointed to find that there’s egg in it. He’s peeved that she forget about his allergy already, but she opens another container, revealing more kimbap sans egg!

He’s touched by her gesture and gazes at her intently, but Gong Shim turns away, stating that this look is the reason why she calls him cheesy. He proceeds to amuse her with varying “cute” expressions. Dan-tae’s the only one devouring the food, however, and he notices Gong Shim breaking into a cold sweat. She attributes it to her wig — “like wearing a furry hat in the summer” — and assures him that she’s fine.

But as the two pedal along on an amusement ride, Gong Shim clutches at her side and winces in pain. Suddenly, she loses consciousness and falls limply against Dan-tae. He shrieks and quickly carries her off the ride, frantically shouting her name to keep her conscious.

At the hospital, Gong Shim is wheeled to a room, and Dan-tae’s there with her, reassuring her that everything will be okay and he won’t be going anywhere. The doctor informs Dan-tae that her appendix has burst, so she’ll need surgery ASAP. Post-surgery, Gong Shim’s disappointed by Dan-tae’s tardiness in tending to her, and is disheartened to hear that she’s not allowed to eat or drink until she passes gas.

She urges Dan-tae to grab a bite, but he decides to fast with her, which makes her smile. He’s scolding her for staying quiet about her pain when he receives a call from someone saved to his contacts as “Star Goddess.” Dan-tae leaves to take the call and Gong Shim immediately becomes jealous, assuming Star Goddess is a female Star Group employee he’s smitten with.

Star Goddess turns out to be Dan-tae’s grandmother, heh, who called to see why he wasn’t picking up his phone. He updates her on “the girl he likes,” and she advises him to take good care of her. Dan-tae returns to Gong Shim’s room, and offers to help her with whatever she needs, but there’s only one thing she wants: answers. She asks if Star Goddess is a company employee, and Dan-tae replies that she is, but doesn’t say more.

While he’s out to grab some essentials, Dan-tae’s phone rings again, and Gong Shim notices it’s another call from Star Goddess. She answers it by declaring that she’s Dan-tae’s girlfriend, but Grandmother merely smiles on the other end and remarks that she’ll be hanging up. The elderly voice confuses Gong Shim, but eases her jealousy.

Dan-tae returns and encourages her to remove her wig so she can rest comfortably, but Gong Shim doesn’t want her bald spot and unwashed hair to be exposed. He ignores her protests and decides to wash her hair with shampoo that doesn’t require water. He massages and lathers her hair, and even applies ointment to the bald spot, wishing for it to heal soon so Gong Shim can be free of the wig.

Then, he sweetly tucks her into bed. Dan-tae spends the night in the hospital room, sleeping on the floor next to her bed. Gong Shim beams at him and lovingly pokes his cheek. The next morning, Dan-tae dresses for work and Gong Shim happily adjusts his necktie. She hasn’t passed gas yet so she’s stuck at the hospital until then and laments the fact that once she does, she’ll have to leave, which is the last thing she wants since the Dan-tae treatment has been swell.

Uncle runs into Dan-tae in the bathroom, and is feeling significantly more uneasy with his presence, since it’s likely that he’s Jun-pyo. He recalls that 26 years ago he’d convinced young Jun-pyo to hand over his identifying necklace by swapping it with his military ring. He realizes that if Dan-tae still has the ring, all the blame will fall on him.

Meanwhile, Dan-tae heads to the custodians’ quarters, where he’s stored a bag. He opens his wooden chest containing various paraphernalia from when he was kidnapped, which includes Uncle’s military ring, and now gives it a closer look.

A colleague gives Uncle the number for Dan-tae’s aunt, and he’s able to identify her at the hospital where Dan-tae’s father is. He assigns a guy to spy on her and report back any updates.

Jun-su’s father is surprised to hear from his wife that Gong Mi and Gong Shim are sisters since they don’t look alike, but his wife explains that he’s missing the point: Gong Mi hid that fact from them.

He’s alarmed to hear that his wife was beat up by Jae-boon/Gong Mi’s mother in front of all her beauty pageant friends. Meanwhile, Jae-boon tries to call Jun-su’s mother, but her calls go ignored. Her husband doesn’t like the way she’s being treated and asks her to hand over the phone so he can give them a piece of his mind, but Jun-su’s father picks up and he falters, ha.

Jun-su’s father and Gong Mi’s father meet at a cafe and duke it out with words. The former threatens to sue for hurting his wife, and the latter threatens to protest his daughter’s unfair dismissal. But their enmity disappears as soon as an old summer tune transports them back to their golden days of youth, when they were at the concert of their favorite chanteuse. Turns out both of them were early members of her fan club, and they bond over their mutual taste in music.

And then they both report to their wives that they settled the matter and made the other man repent… which didn’t actually happen, heh.

Dan-tae pays Gong Shim another visit at the hospital, and Gong Shim excitedly stands up to greet him, but in doing so, the sound of flatulence escapes, haha. They both heard it, but Gong Shim says her slippers must’ve squeaked and Dan-tae plays along, adding that he heard nothing.

They both lie to the nurse that Gong Shim hasn’t passed gas yet so they can stay an extra night at the hospital and decide to take a walk outside for some fresh air. Dan-tae says that he enjoys Gong Shim’s company and blames himself for her ailment because she overexerted herself because of him, and became ill because he failed to make her feel comfortable.

He inches closer and solemnly states that he has a confession to make. Gong Shim gulps and stares at his lips as he confesses… that he actually heard her fart earlier, hahahaaa. Then, she farts again and his hand flies to his nostrils. There’s no denying the gas this time around! Her stomach growls, and now that she’s able to eat, they decide to get some PPL sandwiches.

Back in the hospital room, Dan-tae shows her the picture that was taken while they were on the amusement ride. It captured Dan-tae shouting at the top of his lungs, clutching frail Gong Shim with her eyes rolled back a la The Exorcist.

Dan-tae thinks she looks hilarious with the whites of her eyes showing, but she finds his panicked face even funnier. She asks if he was that concerned for her, and he says he was worried, just a smidge. Mhmm sure. He reenacts the face for her, and she breaks into a giggle fit.

The next morning, the two finally leave the hospital together, and Dan-tae regrets that they couldn’t stay longer because she passed gas so soon.

Jun-su’s back from his business trip and learns that the DNA results are just about ready. He calls for a Seok family meeting and gathers them in the living room, while they wait and wonder what the deal is. Uncle’s looking particularly apprehensive.

On his way home, Jun-su calls Dan-tae, letting him know that he’s back and available to meet, as promised. They decide to meet tonight at Jun-su’s home.

Jun-su arrives at home and informs his family that he’ll be making an announcement shortly. He finally receives the DNA results and looks through them with disconcerted eyes. Meanwhile, Dan-tae holds up his missing child poster and resolves to tell Jun-su everything when they meet tonight.

Dan-tae: “I’ll tell him that I’m Jun-pyo and that his mother is the suspect. That’ll bring an end to everything. Jun-su won’t have to commit crimes for his mother. I think that will be the best way.”

He turns away, looking determined.

 
COMMENTS

A date, late night ER bonding sessions, and farts galore! This was another fun episode that delivered on the cute and humorous front, while also bringing Dan-tae and Gong Shim closer together. It was about time Dan-tae took Gong Shim up on her offer, instead of rebuffing and giving her another excuse to avoid hanging out with her. For once, he’s allowing himself to enjoy her company, live a little, and laugh a lot! And lucky for him, Gong Shim’s making it real easy for him. She’s an amazing cook, she’s giving, and she’s thoughtful. Oh, and let’s not forget the fact that she passed gas in front of him. That pretty much seals the deal, right? Passing gas in front of your crush/significant other is the key to a great relationship. Isn’t that how it goes? Gong Shim may have been embarrassed by her flatulence, but the fact that they can laugh about it together? That smells like true love.

I feel like Jun-su’s three-day business trip served no purpose except to prolong the birth secret reveal and allow for some playtime for Dan-tae and Gong Shim, which is… fine, but I feel like there could’ve been more for Jun-su to do than to just pop in at the beginning and the very end; he was very underutilized. Maybe there just isn’t much left to mine for in the birth secret storyline, and this was one way to save the crux for later episodes. I do like Jun-su as a character, and the glimpses of his darker side and tormented soul were always an interesting watch because he hasn’t veered into villainous territory yet. I hope he never does, but we shall see.

Gong Mi was perched on the back-burner for quite some time until this episode wherein the “worst” possible thing that could happen to her actually happened, and naturally, she blamed Gong Shim for it. Typical Gong Meanie behavior. While I’m glad the silly-secret-that-didn’t-need-to-be-a-secret is out, I definitely disagreed with the way Jun-su’s mother ascribed Gong Mi’s deceit to a trait she inherited from her mother. She’s always relied on the Us vs. Them mentality to make a point that she/her family is superior in every way (i.e. why Jun-su shouldn’t associate with Gong Shim), and that the Gong family is the inherent problem. Bottom line: Jun-su’s mother is an elitist snob, and Gong Mi deserved the karma — but not the “you people” criticism — and still has a very long way to go.

Butterfly Tattoo Uncle’s ring detail didn’t strike me as very significant initially, but now that I think about it, the ring is a very important puzzle piece. As of now, the only person Dan-tae suspects is Jun-su’s mother because he witnessed her at the arboretum. But the ring, which is in his possession, directly links Uncle to the kidnapping. Uncle’s fears about getting blamed for all of it because of that one ring are actually valid. Once Dan-tae deduces that the ring belongs to him, it’s over.

Now that we’re approaching the end of this series, I’m looking forward to the birth secret fallout. The birth secret was always less interesting than the Dan-tae/Gong Shim antics, but because it’s tied to the plot, I’m ready for some more developments, however predictable they may be. I’m still waiting for Gong Shim to be Dan-tae’s sidekick and help him solve his kidnapping mystery, and I’m hoping that Gong Shim’s strong vulnerability will compel Dan-tae to open up to her as well. And if passing gas in front of the person you care about is the best way to expedite the relationship, then by all means!

 
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The funniest episode for me. Oh that fan club!! :-)

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I expect the two dads to secretly meet up to drink and reminisce in the future, too!

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they are such a cute couple!! enough of the chaebol drama, bring more gong shim x dan tae moments!! and KISS ALREADY DAMMIT

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I love Gong Shim's eye smile. Her eyes turn to moons whenever she smiles and it is so adorable. Minah really does have one of the prettiest smiles I have seen!!

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Yeah I felt so cheated! They purposely had all the romantic anticipatory music and I was like Omo! We are going to get a kiss this episode! and then.... DT leans in and talks about fart. Lol!

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I think it's all the more frustrating because they actually have so much time for romance scenes given how slow the progress has been with the story aspect of the plot.

I don't know if I can cope not getting something juicier next week. We all love this couple so much but they're not getting the skinship they deserve!

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I knowwwww, we neeeed the skinship. They tried to satisfy us with those fleeting kisses in some earlier episodes and that dream sequence but its time for the real thing. They are so comfortable with each other. I mean he "washed" her hair and applied ointment to her bald spot, they're practically married at this point. We need a REALLLLL KISS and soon.

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I don't know why I am addicted to DT and GS, but I am. Some shows I watch to see what is going to happen next, but I'm not that invested in the OTP and I hardly ever rewatch again. But for some reason I really am invested in the development of the GS/DT romance and when this show is over I'm going to rewatch it all over again just to smile at the cute.
Don't judge me- I can't even explain it to myself because the plot isn't groundbreaking, the acting isn't stellar, but for some reason these 2 have grabbed my heart and decided to keep it for a while.

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Completely agree with you. They have a sort of cute chemistry. I love watching them and I'm watching the drama almost entirely for them

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High-five to fellow DT/GS shipper!
I also think it's because they didn't prolong the angst and have enforced separation due to noble idiocy. I don't like that esp when then they magically unite in the end. GS/DT are acting like sensible adults regarding their feelings (ok, well they are childish and cute too) and because of that we get cute moments every week to keep the love going. ❤️

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High five to you then!

You're right, we can see them building the relationship so that at the end of the drama they won't magically reunite because of some sort of cosmic rules that says that they end up together. They are adorable and the actors are great. I don't see the actors I only see Shim and Dan Tae. I hope they make them kiss soon and that Dan Tae will finally tell Shim the truth about him being Joon Pyo. And who knows? She might become the bridge between Jun Su and Dan Tae (I love(d) their relationship)

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Yes! I also hope that she will bring the 2 boys together! Bromance needs a come back, and the trio need to be together!

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Both Gong Shim and Dan Tae are adorably goofy. But they also showed us their serious faces, when story demands and our hearts ached for them.

I find that it's the laugh that is so addictive, reminds me a bit of "marriage not dating". Those two actors, Minah and Namgong Min nailed their characters well.

Now i am looking forward to how the show will solve the birth secret and keeping the friendship between Jun soo, Dantae and GongShim intact. Jaebal... ?

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I already rewatched the previous episodes two times and I will rewatch it again after the show ends.. I just cant get enough of their chemistry.. especially NGM sshi, his acting is just damn perfect and he deserves the best

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Haha yeah I feel you. I'm following NGM's Instagram so I get little bits of DT/GS between episodes to keep me happy ?

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Ohh those two dads... I bet they'd be over the moon with grandkids...

Star Goddess/Queen -- awesome choice of nickname! Very appropriate!

GS -- we only have 5 episodes left... I think it's time for her to lose her wig (at least in front of DT) and make more changes to her wardrobe!

DT and GS date -- you know what... I was hoping for some dating scenes with Abba's "Andante Andante" song in the background. That would have been sooo cheesy, but so them...

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On the one hand, I'm annoyed that Gong Mi is as heinous as ever. On the other, it's just as well, because I would not have accepted a last-minute whitewash of the character, after she did the things she did to her sister. Sadly (SPOILER ALERT), they seem to be adjusting Junsu's character to suit hers.

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I hope Gong Mi will end up alone because that's all she deserves. I was astonished when she declared that the cause of her problem was Gong Shim because she got fired. I was like "what the hell". I was glad her mom did not back her up on that matter. And I really hope they will not adjust Jun Su's character to match hers. Gong Mi is really mean and a bit manipulative. So far I don't think we reached that point with Jun Su.

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I'd say Gong Mi is more than a bit manipulative. But otherwise, I agree with everything you said.

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Me either. Jun-su may be going through some things but he is not on Gong Meanie's level. I hope they DO NOT put them together!!

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+100

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Forgot to say: with all this angst between DT and JS, and all their worries, the Show failed to show us any shower brooding scenes... Sigh.

(I'm guessing it's because it's a weekend drama?)

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Truly the biggest mystery of the show. Not enough shower brooding. I just want to perve on NGM as the good guy for once...I had to make do with some fabulous WGM clips.

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Don't forget the My Secret Hotel scene with NGM out of the shower with just a towel! ? Thanks to fellow Beanie Alessar! Can check out Beans of Wisdom comments for the link. Haha.

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haha oh yeah. I actually did watch that clip the other day. Laughed at a comment that was like "That feeling when the second lead has better abs than you".

I didn't watch Secret Hotel cause I didn't hear much positivity around it. Is it worth going through?

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Sorry I didn't watch My Secret Hotel so I can't advise... But I heard the plot went a bit off the rails because the lead writer passed away half way so her vision for the story probably didn't translate in the end...

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A crying shame...

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They should have double brooding, both Dante and Junsu. Let's see who broods better.

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The writers are giving me whiplash over which side Jun-su will ultimately take. I have faith, that by the end, he'll redeem himself.

But more importantly....Jun-su may be over-doing the capsule wardrobe concept. Only two pair of pants, poor guy. Good thing one is starchy white. Apparently it goes with everything.

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Speaking of wardrobes, Su Ho was wearing the same blue striped shirt in Lucky Romance...

And what's with Gong Shim's 'My, Bucketlist' t-shirt in a million colours- does the so very grammatically incorrect phrase mean something?

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Ah, you're so right!

While were on the topic, I wish that being a funny female character didn't equate with dressing frumpy.
I like how when DM from Lucky Romance had a make over but it didn't affect her personality and she wasn't a bit less funny.

I like that DT dresses in fitted suits when he's not in Capri sweatpants. GS doesn't really own anything that fits her well. Almost everything is at least 3-4 sizes too big or too long.

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It's less dressing frumpy and more dressing down. It feels so much like the show equates anything less then a full heels as less attractive. As if there aren't entire fashion lines dedicated to effortless beauty in the West.

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Well, maybe our definition of frumpy is slightly different as opposed to really dissagreeing. When I say frumpy I mean ill fitting 〜kind of of thrown together- clothes.
I would love to see GS in something that's actually made for her body type. Her clothes never cater to her assets. I'm not talking about wanting her to wear anything particularly tight or low cut that would be contrary to her character's innocent image, just something that doesn't completely obscure her figure or make her look like she picked up the first thing on the goodwill rack. Her style right now is men sized t-shirts with 90s school teacher jumpers.

She can still reflect her personality in her wardrobe, and can still be casual without being frumpy . Case in point: Jessica Day from New Girl.

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I suppose OHY's clothes were pretty regular. But yeah, the wardrobe situations of GS and BN is pretty dire. GS's one goes with her character, I guess - she's not a regular Jane, I'd say! But I just don't get BN's - there was one outfit that could easily be split into three different ones. Doesn't she get late to work putting on the ten different layers?! To each their own, I guess!
And, I take it that there should be no more sleepless nights wondering about the comma between 'my' and 'bucket list' - k done. (PS. Love DN!)

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When you see north american drama ,it is all about presentation and on specifically in south Korean drama they are killing fashion over there for such beautiful actor/actresses.

Korean drama need fashion intervention

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This show is one of my favorite shows to watch. But my one complaint about many a Korean drama is sometimes things take way to long to resolve themselves and when they finally do they are not very interesting. That is the case with the birth secret. It would be more interesting to resolve it sooner and than watched how Dan Tae reconnected with the life, people he lost and to see how Gong Shim fits into that new life. As much as I enjoy this drama I have a sinking feeling that the birth secret will last to the last minute and then we will get some montage resolve. I hope that doesn't happen.

Still I love this show and I will miss it when it ends its run.

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I started pretending the Birth Secret was actually JP secret love for DT. He's all angsty because he can't pick between DT and GS. Both make his heart flutter. Made the show more fun for me.

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Wait you mean.... that's not what's really going on?

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Of course it is! Now we need an episode where Grandma will advise DT of his secret affects for JP. Meanwhile GS will take steps with her sister GM to turn JP away from her beloved DT.

*cackles*

*deep voice*

Drama!

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chickachunga, your fart metaphors are... XD

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I think.. DT hasn't seen JS mother yet in arboretum.. because JS has sent his mother to escape the place before DT came..
Or... is it only my imagination (?)

Dan Tae + Gong Shim, unexpected couple with unexpected things going on between them.. I ship them unexpectedly veryy muchh... lol

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He hasn't seen her physically but I think he deduced it was her from the description the groundskeeper (or whatever that old guy JS gave the note to) gave to him.

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Yes that's it, he had evidence that 90% pointed to her. Sometimes the line to connect the dots is very small.

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I need to save that picture of the two of them for sad days, it's the most hilarious thing ever but that date had me cracking up from beginning to end anyway. The way he was screaming her name nonstop when she fainted... I died laughing.

I'm dreading the continuation of the neverending kidnapping story though, gimme more cute.

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I'm a little disappointed in ep 15 and 16.. although I enjoyed our OTP moments but it felt a little bit messy.. still, cant wait till next weekend.. its the only
Drama im watchin right now.

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For someone whose appendix burst (or whatever that was), Gong Shim is sure looking lively and active post-op. Glad to know a fully loaded Subway sub is totally OK as a first meal after surgery.

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So true! I also thought so when I watched the episode. She did make some "bold" moves for someone who got her appendix removed. I never had mine removed but the whole scene reminded me of a friend who got hers removed. She told me brushing her teeth became a bit painful

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Yes, my sister had her appendix burst and she was in the hospital for most of a week. Not the same thing as having your appendix removed BEFORE it bursts. Much messier and probably more painful recovery-wise. Gong Shim just had the fastest recovery I think I have ever seen!

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The picture of GS passed out and DT screaming is everything.

The dads were funny. I like JS's dad a lot.

Oh JS, you naive dummy. I understand the urge to protect family, but stop blabbing to the kidnapper.

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5 bucks that Uncle switched the DNA results with false ones that say Dan-tae is not Jun-pyo. Stalling announcements never bodes well, especially for three days.

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How long that wig is going to be there?
She is beautiful with out that and now we are at EP 15 then lets show cute GS for us/DT.

Plz get done with the kiss ...

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Ha, I thought there were was going to be a ppl during the dry shampoo bit and was trying to make out the brand since it was a mousse instead of the powdery stuff. I love GS and ADT so much that as long as they remain cute and dorky together, they can do no wrong.

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Hi here i am again. Asking for the same question as in episode 14. What's the background song played when Gong Shim and Dan Tae were in the hospital?? Please help me ?

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I really loved this episode, but I was wondering if anyone knows the song that was playing when DT was washing GS's hair? I really like it but haven't been able to find it anywhere...

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Where in Seoul is Gong Shim's house? it seems like a nice neighbourhood. Thank you :)

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I need d full video of episodes 15-20

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