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Chicago Typewriter: Episode 13

Sometimes the smallest steps in the right direction can be the biggest step in the pursuit of happiness. Now that our core trio has opened the Pandora’s box of their past lives, it’s time for them to work together in solving the mystery that ties their stories into one. Even if reliving the past brings up some painful memories, there’s no doubt that life’s simplest moments are what brings them the most joy.

 
EPISODE 13 RECAP

At the sound of gunfire, Seol and Se-joo race through the streets of Gyeongseong to escape the police. But it’s not long before a sniper starts picking off their pursuers, and they turn around to see their rescuer: Soo-hyun.

While Jin-oh is rattled by the vision of his own death, Soo-hyun continues shooting with precision and forces the police to retreat. Down below, a frightened couple passes through Se-joo and Seol, who realize that no one can see nor hear them here.

Soo-hyun slips away and waits for the commotion to die down before reappearing in her stage singer attire. When Young-min approaches her in a dark alley, she quickly plays the role of a woman spooked by the sound of bullets, and he accepts her request to escort her back to the main street.

Not far behind them, Seol is astonished to learn that Tae-min was a spy for the Japanese in his past life. Watching Soo-hyun and Young-min part ways, she and Se-joo split up to cover more ground. Se-joo follows Young-min, who berates his lackeys for wasting this opportunity and orders them to find out who the mysterious sniper is.

Se-joo stays close and eavesdrops on Young-min meeting with the police commissioner and his attempt to explain why his men still failed in procuring any youth independence fighters despite being tipped off about their mission.

Understanding the commissioner’s patience is wearing thin, Young-min promises to arrest the top members of the activist group soon, explaining that he’s already laid out a trap. He waits for someone outside… and then Yul emerges from the shadows. Ah, say it ain’t so!

Meanwhile, Seol follows Soo-hyun back to the independence activists’ hideout behind Carpe Diem and notes that Madam Sophia looks like her mother. Inside, a comrade suspects there’s a mole within their group because their enemies seemed to lie in wait for them.

She jumps when Se-joo makes himself known, and she quickly fills him in on what she’s overheard. Just then, the door opens and Hwi-young walks up to the hideout entrance. He doesn’t bat an eyelash when Soo-hyun bursts out with her gun drawn since he’s here to treat their wounded comrades.

Suddenly, Seol and Se-joo wake up in the present where Jin-oh apologizes for pulling them out early unintentionally. He guesses that Seol and Se-joo relived a night where their subconsciouses crossed paths and explains that they moved like ghosts within that memory because they can now distinguish between their past and present lives.

He carefully broaches the topic of whether or not they collected any new information, and soon the trio is lost in their own thoughts while the room spins around them. Seol wonders if Mom was the mole in the ’30s whereas Se-joo thinks of how Yul met up with Young-min, and Jin-oh wonders if Soo-hyun was the one who shot him dead.

Noticing that they’re all staring at one another, Se-joo prompts the others to share what’s on their minds. When they say nothing, he reminds them of the clause in their contract of having no secrets among them… only to add that none of them signed that document anyway.

Everyone decides that they’re too tired to continue and agree to reconvene at a later time. Happy that Seol got to see herself as an impressive sharpshooter tonight, Se-joo offers to take her home.

She smiles at the idea that she didn’t kill Se-joo as she feared, but the thought that she shot someone still scares her. Jin-oh ponders the possibility of Soo-hyun shooting him dead since his memories were triggered by the pocket watch. He’s suddenly gripped with pain and discovers a crack on his arm that glows.

Se-joo returns home, debating with himself on whether or not to tell Jin-oh that Yul possibly betrayed them in the past. Finding Jin-oh’s torn-up message about sending him and the typewriter back to Chicago, Se-joo later practices asking Jin-oh not to leave… with the stuffed dog. Hahaha.

He’s tense at the breakfast table, where Jin-oh asks why he’s staring at him so intently. Now given the opportunity to speak, Se-joo flubs his question, sputtering, “Chicago… spy…” but ultimately doesn’t get to finish his sentence because Ji-seok arrives.

Ji-seok chomps down on the extra plate of food, and when he comments that it’s bland, Se-joo sighs, “Everything tastes like that after a ghost eats it.”

Afterward, Ji-seok sits down with Se-joo in the office and suggests that he nail down a genre for Chicago Typewriter soon because the readers currently find the story too innocent. But Se-joo is no longer interested in writing just to appease the masses, and he’s finally found a reason to write and what to write about.

Hearing Se-joo talk about this serial novel as a personal writing pursuit rather than a bona fide profitable bestseller leaves Ji-seok to feel like a jilted girlfriend on the brink of tears. He cries that Se-joo has never once asked him over to eat with him and this emotional wall Se-joo has put up hurts his feelings.

Secretary Kang echoes those sentiments, saying she too questions how important she is in Se-joo’s life. But their hurt feelings are easily rectified with expensive gifts given to them at Riccardo, where Ji-seok and Secretary Kang urge Se-joo to focus on the motorcyclist who nearly killed him.

Sang-mi overhears Ji-seok suggest that they round up some media attention to dissuade anyone else from harming Se-joo, and then accidentally drops a wine glass on their table. Dae-han is quick to apologize on her behalf and offer a free dessert to everyone but Se-joo. Pfft.

Over at Seongsucheong, Bang-jin’s mother is spooked when a candle in her room goes out. She relights it, only to see the flame move and she calls out, “Who’s there?” Just then, something starts typing on her laptop: it’s Jin-oh, who seeks her advice on the crack forming in his arm.

Learning that Jin-oh has been tied to a typewriter for eighty years, Bang-jin’s mother explains that the cracks are a sign that his time here at a ghost is coming to an end because either the object he’s tied to will soon break down or he’s meddled too much in human affairs.

His ghostly powers will diminish with time, and those cracks will deepen the more Jin-oh taps into those powers until he eventually ceases to exist: “All of this is happening because you interfered with the living realm. Why didn’t you just quietly stayed inside that object?”

Bang-jin arrives home in time to see Jin-oh standing outside. She greets him happily, wondering why her mother wants her to stop seeing him and doesn’t believe Seol for saying that he’s a ghost. She wonders if he’s a secret agent for the NIS, which is when her mother intervenes and declares that they aren’t meant to be because Jin-oh is a ghost.

When Bang-jin counters that she can see and touch Jin-oh, her mother stresses that she can’t. Jin-oh silently nods and follows up with a verbal confirmation, and Bang-jin drops to the ground, sobbing. Poor thing.

Jin-oh mulls over how there are so many things he still wishes to do and how his memories aren’t fully recovered. He walks home, and Se-joo is surprised to see him enter through the door instead of passing through it.

Jin-oh doesn’t disclose to Se-joo where he’s been today, so Se-joo sits him down for a beer and calls him out for keeping secrets from him. Se-joo then shows him the now taped-up message of him being asked to be sent back to Chicago, and takes the bait that this message was merely typing practice.

Se-joo chuckles in relief, and when Jin-oh points out as much, that smile quickly fades away. Now it’s Jin-oh’s turn to ask if they’re drinking because Se-joo needs some liquid courage to ask him something.

He encourages Se-joo to speak his mind, and so Se-joo shares how he saw Yul secretly meet up with Young-min following one of their missions.

It’s at that moment Jin-oh says he remembers why he met Young-min that night. Turns out that Young-min had handed him two invitations to an event where many government officials and financiers of the war effort will gather. Ah, is this the kind of trap Young-min had in mind?

So when Yul met with Hwi-young later, he believed this event would be a perfect opportunity to take that money and use it to fight for Joseon’s independence. They both knew that this was a trap set up by Young-min, and Hwi-young said that was all the more reason for their enemies to think that they took the bait while secretly carrying out their own operation.

In case there was a mole in their organization, Hwi-young advised that no one else know the full details of their mission apart from themselves. Somewhere else, we see a rickshaw pull up to a street stall and a gloved hand hands Young-min a message about an assassination attempt.

Se-joo is told that Hwi-young had enough foresight to investigate Young-min soon after their first meeting, so Hwi-young and Yul knew that Young-min was working for the enemy. Unfortunately Jin-oh doesn’t know if their mission was successful because his memory stops right before they were supposed to carry out the operation.

At the very least, Se-joo is relieved that Jin-oh didn’t betray him in their past lives because he’d feel a deep sense of hurt if his new ghost friend turned out to be a traitor. Jin-oh is moved by the sentiment, and Se-joo asks what happens to Jin-oh once his memories are fully recovered and the novel is complete.

“You won’t enter Nirvana or anything, right?” Se-joo carefully asks, adding that it wouldn’t be too bad to have Jin-oh stick around. D’aw. Jin-oh smiles and teases that while Se-joo will continue to age, he would stay forever young.

Sang-mi surprises Tae-min by showing up at one of his lectures, though she later reminds him that he asked to see her. She snickers at his threat of telling Se-joo about her ultimate plan in targeting Seol, explaining that while her brother was busy obsessing over Se-joo, she spent her time learning about Tae-min.

It was through her research that she realized how miserable Tae-min must’ve been, to a point that he could wish Se-joo dead. She figures Tae-min also wants to bring Se-joo down, and Tae-min doesn’t disagree.

When Se-joo is informed that the CCTV footage of the motorcyclist has been found, he initially decides to put that case to rest before deciding to see it anyway with Jin-oh. It’s then he realizes that the motorcyclist was actually targeting Seol, and Jin-oh points out that the person on the bike is too small to be a man.

Se-joo immediately rises from his seat while we cut to Seol, who doesn’t notice the motorcyclist following her until she’s off the phone. Seol slowly quickens her step before breaking into a run, but the motorcycle speeds up too.

She runs into the street with the motorcyclist hot on her tail, and then Se-joo appears in his car, cutting off the motorcyclist’s path and forcing it to drive off. Se-joo climbs out of the car to console Seol, then brings her back to the house where Se-joo fills her in on the details.

She finds it hard to believe that someone is out to harm her, but Se-joo argues that the motorcycle they saw didn’t have a license plate. The men believe that the attacks will keep coming, and despite Seol’s insistence that her close call earlier was just a scare tactic, Se-joo believes it’s safer for her to stay here and vows to get to the bottom of this mystery.

Seol is torn about being happy or worried about residing in a house with her boyfriend and a ghost. Se-joo stops by the guest bedroom that night to give her a shirt to sleep in, and he lingers in the doorway before advising her to keep the door locked and stay safe. From you?

Seol closes the door, which opens a second later to Jin-oh dropping off some towels. Se-joo drops by a little later to give her pajama pants, followed by Jin-oh with some water, followed by Se-joo with a robe, and then Jin-oh with a flashlight. Lol, this competition is fantastic.

Following Jin-oh’s last visit, Se-joo pulls him into his bedroom and orders him to sleep here because he keeps on bothering Seol. Jin-oh gasps, “My fault? Not yours?”

Emphasizing the idea of avoiding any unnecessary bedtime visits, Se-joo keeps the ghost tied by the ankle while the other end of the string is tied to his own wrist. He doesn’t trust Jin-oh to stay away from Seol and instructs him to sleep… and then Jin-oh’s stomach grumbles. Ha.

So the guys head downstairs for a late-night snack, only to find Seol helping herself to ramyun. Surprised, she nearly chokes and looks up to find both men offering her a beverage. To Se-joo’s surprise, she takes the cup of juice from Jin-oh, and Se-joo downs the glass of water.

After enjoying a hearty snack, Jin-oh agrees with Seol about the simple pleasures in life. They ask Se-joo what the happiest moment in his life was, eagerly waiting to hear his answer like kids ready for a bedtime story.

Se-joo replies it would be the day he won a rookie writer’s award because that was the moment that it felt like his efforts had finally paid off. He turns the question to Jin-oh, who answers that this very moment is the happiest moment yet because the three of them are here together. Awwww.

Not having to worry about what will happen tomorrow or their country’s liberation makes him feel so happy, Jin-oh continues. He can still imagine the faces of his friends and comrades who kept up a smile to make their fears and anxiety.

He remembers the day before their grand operation, when he relayed words of encouragement from the organization’s group leader to the freedom fighters:

“The pain and suffering they felt for Joseon as a colony will be the first step in changing the reality of this country. The blood and tears they have shed will become the foundation of this country’s future. The power that drives them to take action to the very end derives from the love they have for this land of Joseon. ‘It is for my parents, brothers, my children, dear friends, lovers, and comrades.'”

Soo-hyun looks over at Hwi-young, who looks away while Yul continues to read: “They are doing this out of love and compassion for this country.” Hwi-young’s voice then superimposes on Yul’s as the message takes deeper root in their hearts: “While the fighting spirit and anger flare up easily, they also easily die out in the face of reality. While idealism and passion are noble, they too fade easily. However, the desire for my loved ones to be happy… can never change.”

“I wish for a world where our children will not starve and can laugh and run around freely where there is no persecution nor discrimination. Comrades, let us see this to the end. Let us greet the day Joseon is liberated!” Yul roars, which spurs his comrades to cheer.

Everyone enjoys themselves in food and drink, though Madam Sophia advises them not to go overboard in the hours prior to their operation. She encourages the independence group members to share what they wish to do once Joseon is liberated, and the stories are heartwarming, from a man who wishes his son to be a police officer of Joseon and or living peacefully with one’s family.

Yul and Hwi-young’s ears perk up when Soo-hyun is asked to share her dreams in a liberated Joseon, but she says she hasn’t given it much thought. One comrade arrives late to the party because his wife recently gave birth to a baby girl, but says seeing her face drove him to see their homeland liberated as soon as possible.

Hwi-young slips away from the party and Yul joins him saying that his friend always looks worried the day before a big mission. It’s because Hwi-young is always struck with guilt because he knows that not everyone in that room can survive.

He feels responsible for putting firearms in the hands of his fellow countrymen, and although he knows sacrifice is inevitable for their cause, there are times when he hates himself for putting such precious lives in danger.

Yul responds with tough love, saying that Hwi-young is the one who brought them this far. But Hwi-young replies that his friend could be in grave danger too because who Young-min really wants is him, the organization’s leader.

Yul is told to run away with Soo-hyun to Manchuria should anything go awry, but he reminds Hwi-young that this is Carpe Diem: “Just enjoy this moment.” He then asks what Hwi-young wants to do in a liberated Joseon, and chuckles when his buddy poses, “I’m not sure. Should we go fishing together?”

“What if you were born again in a liberated Joseon? What would you want to become?” Yul asks. We don’t hear Hwi-young’s answer.

Hwi-young later finds Soo-hyun sitting on the stoop outside. She calls out to him before he heads back inside, saying that he needn’t avoid her because she put her feelings for him to rest for the greater good.

“But in our next life…” Soo-hyun gently says, “if we are born again in a liberated Joseon, promise me that you’ll see me as a woman. Don’t hesitate, don’t shut me out, don’t lie to me, and don’t be sick on your own.”

“I want you to be honest with me and tell me everything. Promise me that you’ll do everything you couldn’t do in this life in the next.” She finishes, tears welling up in her eyes. Hwi-young nods, “Why do you keep talking about the next life?”

She tells him to hurry up and promise her, but his voice shaking slightly, Hwi-young makes her uphold a promise of his own: “Makes sure you come back alive. That’s an order.”

They share a moment together before Hwi-young breaks the stare. He walks a few more steps before stopping there, his hand inches to hers… and then steps forward, letting his fingers brush against hers.

 
COMMENTS

Be still, my beating heart. I admit Chicago Typewriter has been a slow burn in terms of narrative overall, and though things have really ramped up in recent weeks, it’s always this still, emotive moments that has my heart caught in my throat. There was such emotional maturity in that last exchange between Hwi-young and Soo-hyun, both of whom harbor feelings for the other, but both of whom know that they must table their potential romance for the greater cause.

While I thought it was sweet for Soo-hyun to think ahead into the next life, I was more impressed by Hwi-young challenging her promise of leaving a possible future for them in the next life when they could succeed in this mission and live out that reality in the lives they lead now. Even if the selfish part of me hoped Hwi-young would cave and hold her, I still loved how the noble leader broke the impregnable wall of his heart to express how important she was to him by ordering her to come back alive.

We don’t know whether this last conversation was part of Yul’s memory (since it didn’t seem like he was recounting this bit) or whether Se-joo or Seol knew of this moment. Regardless, I love how Hwi-young has kept his end of his bargain through Se-joo in this life and in his relationship with Seol. Even if Se-joo doesn’t know it yet, he’s done everything that Soo-hyun has asked: to see Seol as a woman, not to hesitate in expressing his feelings for her, and being honest with her—especially when her life was in danger.

I cracked up at the roommate hijinks, but my heart was stirred at hearing what made our core trio happiest. Their responses, whether that was a full belly, an award, or just being with one’s friends echoed back to Hwi-young’s earnest words that the people of a freed homeland will be able to be happiness and experience joy. Conversely, I felt so bad for Bang-jin when she found out that not only does she see ghosts, but that she fell in love with one. One can only hope that she too will find happiness too… maybe with Dae-han?

But now we’re on the brink of D-day and finding out just what happened between our trio in the 1930s. What could have transpired in those short hours that led to Yul’s death and Soo-hyun to be left with such guilt and pain? And most importantly, will we be ready to learn the truth, no matter what it is?

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I love everything about their friendship! Whether it's in the present or in the past..
and that brief moment between Hwi Young and Su Yeon ?? i cried a river!!!!!

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Their friendship is so precious! I love everything about their camaraderie, although I don't think their friendship is as strong in the current timeline, and that is understandable since they haven't been through the toughest of times, and Yoo has only just met Seol.

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This episode was heartwelming and left me again wanting more.
Tbh I sometimes don't like the way Se ju violently treating Jin Oh.
Buy I absolutely love how he cares for Seol.
Thanks foe the recap.

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The violence is less in this episode. I love how SJ even practised in front of the soft toy the way to get Yoo to stay in Korea instead of getting shipped back to Chicago again. It's so sweet. And the amusing way he competes with Yoo to show his concern for Soel... haha... it's just hilarious.

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That was so sweet, he's so attached to him now that it's going to really break his heart if Jin-oh just disappeared! His smile when Jin-oh told him he was practising on the typewriter, aww!

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Ha! I thought SJ wouldn't buy JO's explanation, but he really trusted whatever he said now.

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The friendmance is the best part of this story!!
Also I was telling my friends, that again it was impressed on me how beautiful Yoo Ah-in is when he looks fantastic even in shots takes from an angle below. While we take selfies from the sky! Lol

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I loved how both Jeon Seol and Se Ju were in awe seeing their badass selves in the past. Now I wish they would joke about it in the present like Jeon Seol asking Se Ju to grow out his hair ?

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Maybe Jeon Sol likes short hair man. Heee! But I'm sure she's waiting for him to grow his hair.

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I love how Se Ju's hair has slowly been getting longer since the first episode, as his connection to Hwi Young grows. Or maybe it's just that he's seen how hot he could potentially be ;)

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I may sound like a broken record, but let me say this once again for the 13th time: Yoo Ah In as Seo Hwi Young id godamn gorgeous!

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I know right!!!!! Omaigaaad so gorgeous. And coupled with his personality as this cold leader. I died

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His 1930s personality reminds me of his character Lee Bang Won in Six Flying Dragons when he crossed the dark side. Hwi Young is more timid and in the bright side, but they ooze the same aura :D

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I am unable to comment this drama after this weeks´ episodes. I am paralyzed. Numb.

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That touch was electrifying ⚡️ Sent chills to my bones and pulled onto my heartstrings. Giving her some hope with a twinkle of heartbreak

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Love love LOVE this show and really hate to see it end. But with that said, I am desperate to know how it ends for the three of them. The competition between the guys was just hysterical. It made me laugh out loud.
But the speech before the mission was truly powerful and moving. Kudos to the writers!!!
Thanks for recapping so fast @gummimochi! I can't wait to talk about episode 14!

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I'm still in awe at Yoo Ah-in's controlled passion in his pre-mission speech delivery. When they overlap Yul's voice with Hwi-young's towards his end, it becomes very obvious (perhaps a directorial choice) that Yul is simply reading what someone else has written, while Hwi-young speaks from his heart. I'd buy whatever he's selling; which is proof of how great of an actor YAI is, since his real life self is a big ball of nerves in public speaking situations (see his award acceptance speeches)

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I found his voice so deep yet soothing to hear. He got the command voice that fits him as a leader- strong, charismatic and unwavering. It made me remember Yi Bang Won. He rocks the 30's outfit by the way. Lol, love the hairstyle and always looking forward to the past scenes. The ending is romantic yet bittersweet that I watch it for numerous times. Sad for Yul but my heart goes for Hwi Young. T.T

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never forget Yi Bang Won diverse voice tone from the beginning when he was just trying to make his way to the power, till the end when he achieved his goals and became in charge. Not to mention his shaken voice when he's afraid to lose the his loved ones. He's one hell of an actor.

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Second that. It's clear that Yool was only conveying Hwi Young's written message. He was reading it and he felt moved just like the others and cried. In another hand, when his voice overlapped with Hwi Young's, the reading became a heartfelt speech by Hwi Young.

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I've something to YAI voice tbh, his voice is so deep and conveys his feelings very well his voice tone is something not anybody can have.

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When Se Ju's editor asked him to pick a genre and stop being so 'old and pure' and instead write something the masses would appreciate, I couldn't help but wonder if this is the show writer's response to the less than stellar CT ratings. In which case, brilliant, and I hope the show keeps going this way, ratings be damned! It is a shame that it seems so underappreciated, though - thank goodness we can all commiserate together!

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I knoww I was also wondering why it's not appreciated enough. It's such a different story with great writing and acting. Sigh ? but that's okay, CT Hwaiting!

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I also loved that moment, and I agree that so much of this show has been driven by the idea of writing what you're passionate about or feel is important, not just what's popular. There is a keen awareness of the pressures of the entertainment industry to crank out easy-to-categorize stories that hit a standard set of plot points, and I've appreciated the way this show pushes back against that. It's a pleasure watching a show that has a clear sense of what it wants to be and doesn't veer away from that to snag extra ratings points.

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I'm sure that was the writer's intention. IMO, CT is all about writer Jin Soo Wan herself. Yes, Show, just be good. Ratings be damned!

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I heartily agree. This is one show where patience is rewarded. Especially during the first few episodes when the writer is laying the groundwork for what we will later see as fantastic storytelling.

Watching this is really like getting to know a person. You sorta have this preconceived ideas before you befriend them. You'd think you know all they is to a person (see the r/s in the first two episodes) and then there are layers to them that they reveal as your friendship deepens...

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I thought that was a great meta moment. I can definitely see how CT not sticking to a genre can be alienating, but I like how this scene shows how not picking a genre is a deliberate storytelling choice so that the story the writer wants to tell can be freely told. The ratings aren't good, but they aren't abysmal either.

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Agreed! Such a beauutifulll show this is! The slow build up is totally worth it - all the relationships really tugs at your heart and they even manage to have great comedy in.. this is a show which really needs a lot more love.

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Ah I think I dropped this show around ep 13.. don't even remember why- possibly cuz of exams- and then I saw spoilers and decided to not pick it up till I forget the spoilers- which still hasn't happened!

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I agree. It felt like her monologue. After watching KMHM I've come to realize that the writer holds a certain arc in her story to keep the viewers connected. In KMHM it was the personalities that kept us glued in CT its the past storyline, add SaltnPaper's Satellite and you get the best combo. However, CT has been a slow burn compared to KMHm and the writer prefers to reveal everything in the last episodes. But I will give the credit to the writer for writing whatever she wanted to in whatever manner because it turned out to be beautiful.

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Having the three friends staying together feels so right, i could watch their interactions and the funny competitiveness between Se-joo and Jin-oh all day lol, lucky Seol though ?.
My favorite moment of the drama was Se-joo and Seol remembering their past lives, i though the scene was pretty cool. I still want to know what happened to Yul, most importantly who killed him and why he's "locked" in the typewritter, why didn't he reincarnate like his friends? also, i feel like Bang-jin’s mother could help him out somehow, she's so wise I'm sure she'll figure something out to guide our ghostwriter. Speaking of that, i feel so sorry for Bang-jin, the poor girl fell hard for Jin Oh (who can blame her, i can still hear the "only you" song whenever he appears ?).
It feels good to know that even if Hwi-young and Seol love wasn't possible in the past, somehow Se-joo and Seol kept their promise (before even knowing exactly what happened in the past) in this current life.

Thank you for the recap :)

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I feel sorry for BJ when she realized Yoo was a ghost too. The girl must have fallen so hard for Yoo if she had to collapse on the floor in grief.

On another note, I don't want Yoo to disappear any soon. I love the interactions among the trio in the house and want Yoo to continue their pseudo competition with SJ for Seol's attention etc. It's so cute.

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the actress playing Bang Jin reminds me so much of Lee Cho-Hee in Lucky Romance and First Seven Kisses.

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Oh, Bang-jin, you poor girl. That must be a hell of a heart break. The moment realization dawned on her, I wish I could undo all their previous cute meetings.

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Nope. I'm not ready to learn the truth. Unless that truth results in yoo jin ho becoming human with a body and all and being able to live life with his best friends.

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Yesss yes yes! Me too ?

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Yes, please! My heart breaks for him everytime he's on screen, he just makes me feel so sad, I want him to be human again and live with Se-ju bickering and being all cute!

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Omg that last scene is killing me. I want Hwi-young and Soo-hyun to be together so badly, but it seems impossible. Both have the same feeling yet they can't express it or can't even hope to have a chance to embrance that feeling.

There are some heartbreaking moments in this episode and really touching as well.
First, I loved how we learned much about the joseon alliance. The way Hwiyoung made worry face means that their mission wouldn't be easy but it's worth to risk their life for. When they started to tell their plans if they finally succeed the mission felt raw and bittersweet(?), (I got SFD vibe too when all the main characters had dinner and told each other their dreams, it's like they hold a farewell party).
Second, when Yool tells the two about his happiest moment in his 'life'.
Third, how th secretary and the hyeong (forgot his name) let out their deepest concern towards Sejoo. They seemed genuine and really care of him.
Lastly, The most heartbreaking one is, of course, that last scene. Ugh.

That aside, the whole "revenge" from the fanatic-fan's sister doesn't really sound like a big threat, at least for me, because I feel more nervous with all the 1930's scenes.

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Nothing much has been written about the side characters in this show, but I love them , especially the editor and the secretary. They are so good in their roles. I love how dramatic the editor is about his lack of interactions with SJ and how hurt he was that SJ was willing to put out another set of meals at meal times than invite him over for a meal. The secretary, professional throughout the entire show, was secretly concerned about SJ too, though she couldn't express it because she was only a secretary. I love how the writer gave them some time to express their concern for SJ and made SJ feel like part of their big family.

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"I got SFD vibe too when all the main characters had dinner and told each other their dreams, it's like they hold a farewell party." THIS!! Suddenly the SFD dinner party scene just popped up on my head while watching this scene. I love it!

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The scene at Carpe Diem just before their mission was poignant. I'm sure the ones who were given voices, especially the new father, will not survive.

I also feel sad when Bang Jin realized Jin Oh was a ghost.

I really enjoy this show.

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So much hope, sadness and bravery condensed into the last ten minutes of this episode. Bravo, writer-nim, for these brilliantly written moments. Bravo, Yoo Ah-in, Im Soo-jung, Go Kyung-pyo and the ensemble of 1930s for nailing the emotions perfectly.

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The exchange at the end was gaaaaaahhhhhhhhh! Love comes in many different forms - and some of them need more sacrifices than the others. But it doesn't mean any of them are greater than the rest. When their hands brush each other, I cried earnestly at the simple show of gesture from Hwi Young. That little touch, but means so, so much. I'm so spooked when Soo Hyun kept talking about her next life, as if she's about to end her current one, and I could feel the desperation in Hwi Young's voice too, as if Soo Hyun's words could be her deathwish (say it isn't so!!). So Hwi Young's order at the end carries so much meaning - of giving her hope that she will get what she dreams of, and that he'll be there with her, in her dream Joseon. Gah! Now I'm tearing up again..

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To me, that little touch and that strained emotion were the most subtle and poignant scene in CT.

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That ending scene is competing with episode 9's kiss scene as the best cliffhanger for me (omg I can't believe I just said that).

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I love how subtly moving the last scene was. The almost there but not there skinship, the speeches... I love how CT has peppered those moments throughout the 1930s which made it more poignant, given the background and situation the characters were in.

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I was expecting him to hug her or something but after that scene played out, I had never been more satisfied that he did just that. It just hurts so good omg

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Thanks gummimochi!

What can I say about this episode ... I feel like a broken recorder. Still so good. There's so much more to look forward to, so many people to care about and feel for, ... still a compelling mystery to unfold. Now that we have no more of Jin Oh's memories to inform us, I'd like to see how our main characters manage to piece together past life memories. At least, they need to be working hand-in-hand to get that done, I trust, therefore there should be lots more trio dynamics to enjoy!

I was wondering how the side arc of Sang Mi and Tae Min will continue to be played out. How will the betrayal of the past have its parallel in the present and is Sang Mi also a character of the 1930s who has yet to show up in the past. Presumably our villains want to hurt Se Ju by hurting the one he cares about.

It occured to me that with our endearing ghost losing his strength and how he may not be able to save Se Ju or Seol from Tae Min, perhaps it was the same in the past, where he was killed prematurely. And unbeknownst to them, Hwi Young and Soo Hyun harboured the double agent in their midst, in the person of a woman... Mdm Sophia of the past and Sang Mi in the present.

I like how the tension continues to build in parallel. We want to know how the trap set for Hwi Young played out in the past while in the present, the stakes have risen if Sang Mi and Tae Min have joined forces against Se Ju.

What I'd really love is if Bang Jin and her mum could somehow help Jin Oh, so that he could do all that he wanted to accomplish before his 'end'. Perhaps then, he'd be able to rest in peace. The most perfect ending, of course, would be to have the 3 of them together in this life time, but I'm happy to have Jin Oh moving on to a better place, knowing his friends are fine without him.

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I've never really thought about how lucky I am to be living in a free country but this show totally made me appreciate it. Can you imagine living in a world where you can't do what you want and you're always oppressed? It's sad that in some parts of the world, it's still like that.

Ahhh, Bang-jin-ah! My heart breaks for you! It ended even before it could start!

I didn't have much expectations for this drama and only watched for Yoo Ahin so I'm very happy that it turned out this way. I'm not ready to let it go just yet!

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Yes, it's sad that in some parts of the wold, there are many people still struggling to gain their freedom. This show taught me to be grateful for having a much more comfortable life.

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I'm so emotional I cried all over again reading the recap ? I want to know what happens badly but at the same time my heart is not ready to see Yoo disappear ? and even though we know that Hwi Young and Soo Hyun do find each other in another lifetime​, it still hurt so so bad to see them keeping such distance in the past ? this episode is having me in pieces ?

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How do the brushing fingers make me cry hard? ?? ?? ?? Show, you're so cruel!

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*fingers brushing
Excuse me, I'm so incoherent right now after watching this episode

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I know right! My heart tightened so hard at that scene I was almost choking!

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That scene was so beautiful. They were resigned, love for their country comes first before their love for each other. Just glad they got another chance in this lifetime. ?

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This show is so, so good at making you appreciate life.

The little moments that speak big volumes, like the simplicity of brushing fingers. And then it also brings into focus the bigger things that we take for granted, like having the freedom to live and love the way we want.

It also leaves me feeling like an incoherent wreck because it's just damn brilliant at making you feel things! ??

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The freedom fighters scenes squeezed my heart! I was so touched by their earnest wish for a free Joseon, to the point of being willing to sacrifice their lives if necessary.

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More heartache after another for Yul! I feel so sorry for him. So many possible theories for his death, but my no 1 concern is that for his soul wouldn't perish but rather be reincarnated at the end of the show..

Thank you for the recap!

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Maybe the two main characters will marry and have a child and name him after Jin Oh. But it doesn't really seem hopeful that Jin Oh has much of a chance to change from a ghost to a human other than that.

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I feel your pain, Yul keeps breaking my heart episode after episode. I hope the show ends up on a high note and Yul gets a happy ending. Otherwise I would not forgive them, because it is too much sadness to handle, poor puppy ghost. ?

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Loved the funny and cute cohabitation hijinks. Seeing the 3 friends together in the same home was sweet. All smiles, eating noodles together... Those lighter scenes were much appreciated after the heartbreaking scenes with Bang Jin facing the truth & Jin Oh learning about his remaining time left. ㅠㅠ

Hwi Young's speech before the big operation was so poignant. ㅠㅠ
It made me pause and think about how we are living with our freedom now and how people in the past had to fight for it and sacrifice their lives in return.

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Again, so many feels in just one episode. Both the past and present scenes are so precious <3 The past has that heavy, mellow and dark vibes, while the present is so bright, cheerful and funny.
My fave past scenes: When Se Joo encountered Hwi Young face to face I got chills down my spine. I was nearly scared that HY suddenly looked at SJ/could see SJ. And then that heartfelt speech. I choked when they talked about what they wanted to do when Joseon liberated. And choked hard at Hwi Young & Soo Hyun's convo. The way Hwi Young brushed his fingers got me choked damn hard. They did have the same dream, that they wanted to love each other freely when Joseon liberated. All these people have such a mundane yet poignant dreams, it breaks my heart. It made me realize more how lucky I'm living in this crazy world today, no matter how fuck*ed up the world is. On another hand, I'm thrilled to see the trap TM set for the fighters fell through since the trio knew his plan beforehand.

On to the present: Yesss I knew Yool wasnt a traitor. I think it was the mom. Yool's face looking happy and grateful and mellow at the same time got me aww.. But Se Joo's talking to the doll and finding a way to talk about Yool's possible leaving looks like a sad desperate boyfriend :D Never get tired of the three living together and all those hijinks, especially when JS took the chance to make SJ jealous. The boys' competitive streak is hilarious! Aaah two more episodes! Be still my heart.

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Also I find it amazing that I still can't properly guess what happens in the end. And we are almost at the end! In other mystery plots, you usually have a fairly close guess as to what could happen, but here I'm really at a loss. And that keeps me so intrigued all throughout the show. That's brilliant writing I would say!

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I agree. I'm very impressed with the writing now and the way the story is being told.
I'm hearing the ratings are low? which surprises me and all I can think is that maybe the first few episodes failed to hook the viewers or create a buzz? It's a great show but I admit I quit after the second ep and only took it up again last week (then I was hooked and watched non-stop).
That could just be me tho, haha.

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Hehe yeah. I was hooked from the beginning but I can understand people not liking the slow burn of the show. But the writing is so well done and the story is told beautifully and the past couple of episodes have been such an emotional rollercoaster ?

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That Hwi Young last look, wearing that white shirt and with that messy hair, and when he just stand there and finally asking Soo Hyun to come back alive... never has there been an order that looks so sexy, and a heroic walk-away that looks so hot LOL.

Sigh. Seo Hwi Young, what have you done to me?

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Ugh. Same! The way his voice caught at the end and he was trying not to fall apart... just ㅠㅠ

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There was a lump in his throat visually, since he was trying to suppress his emotion. Gosh, that scene really got me hard ㅠㅠㅠㅠ Yoo Ah In did a good job!

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Ooops super typo thanks to my messy brain! ??? *that scene really got me ㅠㅠㅠㅠ hard

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I could stare at that face forever. ?

Yoo Ah-In's delivery was perfect too - so much restraint, and yet you could feel how much Hwi-young wants more than that moment. Ahhh! Idk how Soo-hyun can just stand there, I would've melted into a puddle lol.

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SO perfect.

I must confess, though, when he walked away in slow motion I was definitely appreciating the rear view as well. I don't usually notice bums on men but his is so nice! ?

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Count me in, gurl, count me in.

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Didn't notice that at first because I was wayyy too emotional with the exchange between HY and SH but now that you mentioned it I had to go back and review that clip... ?

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LMAO! Yoo Ah In is also known for having the sexy bums XD Good thing, he was wearing white pants which complemented God's gift.

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And when he was walking away, we are bestowed by a beautiful protruding butt in a tight white pants of Yoo Ah In. Thank you, Mr. Cameramen & Costume Team <3

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I cried a river with this episode. I cried LOLing at the petty rivalry of our guys when Seol was spending the night at Se Ju's house. And I also cried at the bittersweet kind of love that our 30s trio had for each other and for their country. Can't believe we are saying goodbye next week! What will happen to our puppy ghost? ?

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Yeah, bittersweet is the word for this story. They made you enjoy the adorable friendship between the characters and the funny moments, and then they remind you it is just a fleeting instant and soon it will be over...

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What i love about Chicago typewriter is the way it tells the story, and distinctively reminds me of a movie from my country Rang De Basanti. Also i never knew Korea was also colonized and had to struggle for their freedom and snatch it.
Its a perfect genre consisting of History, Suspense with Romance with Time travel (sort of) ... what is not to love about this series?

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Ooo. An Aamir Khan fan? Here? Very nice to meet you friend. You're right. Chicago Typewriter does remind me of Rang De Basanti. It is such a beautiful story with perfect acting and direction. I still cry at the ending scene. Oof!

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Not watching the show currently (even though I have seen the first 4 episodes) but came at the mention of Rang De Basanti! I had those RDB vibes too when I saw the 2 timelines, with one of them around the freedom struggle...

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What i gather, is that first few episodes are rather dull... but later the show picks up really well so you should definitely give it a shot!

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Oh I will watch it... i am just taking a break from drama- watching because real-life :P... Will get back to it after a month :)

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Thanks for the recommendation! I too am a fan of Amir Khan and just put it on my 'to watch' list.

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Glad there are comedic moments to balance out the emotional parts. Poor Yul :(

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Yul...please don't disappear!

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Se Joo’s monologue really cracked me up coz he was being so melo but cringing inside. It shows how much he is attached to Yul. These two are ❤️.

Yul’s happiest moment teared me up - it proves how precious he feels about freedom in the present and how fulfilling it is that he is there with his reincarnated friends.

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I was confused over the first scene of this episode. If past Su-hyeon had been the one running away from the police (as seen in previous episodes) then how did she also snipe them?

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Soo-hyun gently says, “if we are born again in a liberated Joseon, promise me that you’ll see me as a woman..."

Me: Oh, Gurl~ *weeps*

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happy that she got what she wished for and more.

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CT is such a strange drama. It was difficult to get into at first. And when I try to explain the story and why I like it, it's really difficult to quite capture it. I think what gets me the most about this drama is the emotions the writer is able to evoke rather than the plot, which admittedly, does feel aimless and meandering (especially with the introduction of the stalker's sister). There are so many moments that make my chest feel tight:
-Se Joo's relief that Yul wasn't a double agent.
-Yul's response that his happiest moment was right now - reunited with his friends in a time of peace. :*(
-everyone's hopes and dreams (and Hwi Young's fears) that night of the dinner party before the mission.
-Soo Hyun putting aside her romantic feelings for the mission and asking HwiYoung to think of her as a woman in the next lifetime.

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Yes! It's really hard to explain what this drama is about and why I love it. The feels it gives me are overwhelming though.

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I agree. It's like how Ji-Seok is asking Se Joo to nail down a genre - it's the same way in nailing what you like about this show. and I get how it's difficult to get into at first, and how so difficult is it to explain how much I love this show now.

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I have to say that the stalker girl is so unnecessary, and it seems like the writer forced it into the story so that JS moved it SJ's house. Apart from that, I really really love where the plot is heading to. And of course the 3 leads' acting!

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I was wondering about the same thing at first. And wondering if the plot could have done without her. Nevertheless since the writer felt she was 'needed,' it was good that she was introduced a few episodes ago.

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"It was difficult to get into at first" +1. I almost dropped it actually because the first two eps were really dull and boring. Glad I held on because it got so much better later on.

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It made me think of Jealousy Incarnate again. GKP being all suave and nice but not getting the girl :(

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I feel you. I watched JI while waiting for new episodes for CT and the similarities between GKP's characters break my heart.

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When will he ever be the 1st lead who gets the gal ??

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Well, he'll be the main lead in his next drama (Strongest Deliveryman). So, that means he'll definitely get the girl, rite? ?

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Oh yes ! Thanks for the info ?

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I'm happy he finally got a lead role. He deserves a girl (or a boy, you never know)!

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Aww the present trio are sooo cuuute! Just like Se Joo, I really wish them to stay together forever! And the last scene... really really broke my heart. Hwi Young was trying to suppress his emotion so hard I cried Y.Y

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Sorry beanies, for my 'disappearance' these few weeks while I'm looking for a Tunnel to time travel. Lol. Actually quietly reading some comments while I didn't log in to comment. ?

I must comment that CT is one of my top drama right now. I don't know why the rating is kinda poor in SK. Maybe they don't really like patriotic genre that reminded them of their sad past ? Or maybe becos these isn't much rom-com in this show?? I like it that this show is unique (likewise to Tunnel). I like all the touching moments and dry humour. I normally don't watch patriotic kind of dramas but damn this show is pulling me in. I'm excited for the final 2 episodes that comes next week !! I hope all the 3 main characters will have a happy ending. They really deserved it as they all can't live to their hearts content due to their patriotic missions !!

Right now I'm quite sure that Soel's mum is the traitor in their past lives. I think maybe Seol shot Yul cos she misunderstood that he had betrayed them !

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So maybe that's why Yul is allowed to hang around as a ghost because he was wrongfully killed...

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And the best couple of the year award goes to...........
Jin oh and Se joo ???

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Even though Soo Hyun and Madam Sophia exchanged shifty looks at the comrade's suspicion, I still don't think Mom is the mole since Madam Sophia seems to have been part of organization for a long time, most likely since Yul opened Carpe Diem. I thought I had missed the part where Hwi Young and Yul found out about Young Min being a Japanese spy, but our smart leader had known all along. Jin Oh's crack reminds me of Harry Potter's forehead scar. Thanks for the recap, @gummimochi!

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I'm only just done with episode 14. Watch it and you would know who is the traitor... ?

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Lately I'm not in the mood for melancholic stuff, so I'm surprised that CT has me hooked. I love it more with every episode, definitely getting better and better. It also keeps breaking my heart for the poor ghost. I feel the passion of the main couple in the 30s but it also feels as something that had a closure already, as we know they meet again in their next life and have the possibility to date and live their love. However, everything is different with Jin Oh, he's trapped as a ghost, he's suffering because of his love for Seol and because he knows he will disappear soon and the happy days with his friends will end, we don't even know what happened to him and how he can escape his fate. Ahhh, and they made him so adorable (on purpose, of course) to make us suffer more. ???
Anyway, I'm impressed with how good CT is being so far. The mystery in the story and the desire for a happy ending for the lovely leads keeps me hooked. I'm also loving how they add a bit of comedy to the mix, and the underlying message about the importance of living the moment. It certainly gives you a lot to think about, carpe diem beanies. ?

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Well this drama is a mix of genres : patriotic, romance, a little comedy , mystery, supernatural etc.

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I have read some recaps here and watched say 2 episodes so know the plot and what is going on and I truly dont want Yoo to live as a human atleast not as how his relation with Seol and Se Joo are, i.e. carried from their previous lives. Thiers was a love triangle back then and the freedom movement gave them a bigger cause sothat they remailed together for that.
Now if Yoo comes as a human , and as best pals of Se Joo and Seon as before, it will be truly heart breaking for him to witness his love love his best friend. They are free now and it is this loss that will consume him as he simply cannot like another girl. Hence itll be good if his story is told, as he died at the typewriter with an incomplete story. His story should be told, he has definitely been wronged and it is through the typewriter , in this life through Se Joo that the story written by him will he be able to regain what he lost. Himself as who hw was, what he stood for. Right now he is still a mystery. And after this, if he is able to be reincarnated he should come as a separate being, becomes grest pals with Se Joo and Seon and have his own separate woman who he dearly loves (not Bang Jin). Yoo is a very nice, good man, and he deserves the best.

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I kept telling myself that I'm done being too sensitive and I won't cry this episode but Jin-oh chooses their moment together as the happiest time of his life and then the last scene happens, I couldn't help it, it was so heartbreaking beautiful!

That shake in Hwi-young's voice got me so bad, him asking her to promise him that she'll come back alive was him giving her hope that they could happen in this life before the next life, it was him making it known to her that he wants that, too! That pause next to her and their fingers almost touching, OMG, I was already crying, but when his hand finally brushed off hers I was a mess!

I'm so in love with our trio when they're together, I want them to stay like this forever but the cracks on Jin-oh arms are scaring me, cease to exist, NO, tell me that's not going to happen! Someone, please! I want to know what happened to Yul, who killed him and why but I'm dreading it because I know my heart won't be able to take it!

Thank you for the recap!

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Again, i liked this episode very much. Very well acted, very deep in thoughts and emotions.
I am so relieved Jin Oh was not the spy!
It is still left to be seen weather Seol killed him or not in the past, i hope not.

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I feel very sad Jin oh won´t have much time "in this world"... I suppose it has to be like that, of course, since they won´t leave a triangle hanging around until the end (or after the end)... I suppose they will make it as if.... Jin oh needs to find peace, also once he knows what really happened to him, and all...
But it will be so sad! I know....
Oh my... I will cry, i know he will make me cry....:(
(sigh)

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I hope that he can get reincarnated and not just vanished like that.

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This show is all sorts of beautiful, but I can't help but feel bad for Yul. I just...I'm just really sad for him. I'm praying really hard that should he pass away completely, he will be reborn as Sejoo's and Seol's son. That way, they will all still be happily together in the end. I don't want him to be stuck as a ghost.

Also, I hope Taemin will break through the karma of his past life and live in the present earnestly and positively. He is given a new life, another chance--I hope he doesn't waste it.

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This is what Inspiring Generation should have been. All that youthful hope, joy, belief, promise of freedom and love of liberty and humanity. Such a great drama! And the editing is sooooo perfect! This is one of the best edited, best-written dramas ever.

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I never watched Inspiring Generation, but I agree that this drama is lovely both literally and figuratively. The visual storytelling is stunning, and it's matched by the writing and acting.

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I really really hope the writer will not mess up the story/writing. Because I sense some silly things with this psycho girl and Tae Min. They're not that important but their story part seems a bit reaching.

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Wow! I just love the loaded friendship of the trio. Even when competing the men still dwell on the atmosphere of love, not minding that they love same woman Sj doesn't want the ghost to leave. The ghost on the other hand makes us know that his best moment is when the trio are together. Wow! I can't help but be jealous of this sound friendship which may be unachievable in real life. What more Yoo Ah In is real. His actions, emotions, reactions and turn takings are just unique and timely. This makes me eager to watch the next episode!

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hi can u recommend me websites for downloading old k dramas pls sorry for commenting sth unrelated

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