School 2017: Episode 14
With each episode, School 2017 somehow finds a way to make me laugh, cry, and cheer alongside our Geumdo High School crew, and I’m loving every minute of it. When faced with the challenges that inevitably come with being eighteen and trying to live your best, there’s nothing more important than friends and family who help keep you honest and true to yourself—and luckily for our students, they seem to have that in spades.
EPISODE 14 RECAP
Principal Yang and his security guards finally catch Tae-woon in his X gear in the school cafeteria. Eun-ho, also dressed as X, appears in the doorway just in time to witness the principal reach for Tae-woon’s hood.
Seconds before Tae-woon’s identity is revealed, Tae-woon and Eun-ho lock eyes, and they exchange tiny nods of understanding. Eun-ho then sends a stack of cups flying onto the floor, creating just enough of a distraction for Tae-woon to fight off the security guards and escape with Eun-ho in tow.
Outside the building, Tae-woon hides Eun-ho behind a column and tells her that he’ll see her back at the warehouse. Eun-ho watches in worry as he takes off.
Tae-woon manages to evade the guards for a while, but he soon comes to a halt on the stairs. With flashlights and shadows coming at him from all directions, it looks like he’s trapped.
Cut to: a hoodie-less, red-shirted Tae-woon running full speed into one of the security guards. Tae-woon jumps back in shock, and when the full group catches up to him, he explains that he’s been chasing after X. Ha!
After looking around, he points off to the distance and exclaims, “X is over there!” before running off again. With a slight smile on his face, he zigzags his way across campus, leading the adults on a useless and exhausting chase.
Eventually, he heads back to the stairs, where he pulls out his hoodie from the bushes. He makes a big show of it to the adults, saying that X must have taken it off and escaped, before casually sauntering away and commending the group for their efforts.
As they watch him walk off, a security guard asks who Tae-woon is. Vice Principal Park responds that he’s Director Hyun’s son, “the future director of Geumdo High School.”
Eun-ho rushes up to Tae-woon when he finally returns to the warehouse, her face sick with worry. Tae-woon assures her that he won’t be caught that easily, but she still frets over him, asking if he’s been hurt anywhere.
Tae-woon says he’s fine—but with a mischievous glint in his eye, he puts his arms around Eun-ho and takes a step forward, only to yelp out in (fake) pain: “My leg, my leg!” Pfft.
He says that he must have sprained his ankle and moans about how painful his injury is, so Eun-ho tells him that they should hurry home. He wonders if he can even walk properly, which naturally leads to Tae-woon draping himself all over Eun-ho on their way out of the warehouse (and smiling to himself when she’s not looking).
As they limp along, Eun-ho notes that he probably can’t ride his motorcycle. Tae-woon looks cornered for a second, only to brighten when Eun-ho says she’ll take him home.
Once there, Tae-woon continues to put on a performance, telling Eun-ho that he thinks it’ll take a looooong time to recover. Massaging his ankle, Eun-ho says with concern that Principal Yang must now think X is a team of two. She beats herself up for showing up at the cafeteria, muttering that she was just so worried.
His voice dripping with honey, Tae-woon asks, “Were you worried about me? Why were you worried so much?” as he holds her hand. In response, Eun-ho stands up abruptly, trying to hide her smile. Before she can head out though, Tae-woon hobbles over to say a proper goodbye, pinching her cheeks and calling her his girlfriend. She can’t hide her smile at that.
As soon as she’s gone, Tae-woon shakes out his perfectly fine leg and makes plans to continue his act the next day, lol.
Back at school, Principal Yang stares at his whiteboard of suspects, thinking out loud that with two culprits at large, one must be Eun-ho. He wonders if the second one’s Dae-hwi, but convinces himself that it can’t be true, since he and Tae-woon were in the warehouse when X showed up last. After hypothesizing that Dae-hwi must be a decoy to hide X’s identity, he congratulates himself for his investigative prowess.
The X gang gathers in their hideout to assess the situation. Bo-ra tells Tae-woon to be more careful, while Sa-rang echoes the concern to Eun-ho. Tae-woon acknowledges that it seems as if the school’s thrown out their expired food, but says that they should wait and see how things go.
Vice Principal Park tells Principal Yang that they can’t continue serving gourmet lunches. Principal Yang agrees, telling him to go back to serving terrible food but to do it in secret, so no one notices.
Tae-woon uses his “injury” as an excuse to get close to Eun-ho again, this time discreetly slipping his hand in hers. Eun-ho looks down in shock, then hurriedly untangles her fingers from his when she sees several classmates approaching.
When they’re alone again, Eun-ho hisses, “Are you crazy? We’re at school.” She tells Tae-woon that other kids will start talking, but ha, Tae-woon says he’d be happy if that happened, and offers to tell the world himself. Eun-ho smacks him before he can blab the news, prompting him to protest that he wants everyone to know, so that other guys won’t dream of confessing to her.
Eun-ho says that they won’t be able to turn back once the rumor gets out, but all that does is give Tae-woon more motivation. He grabs his trusty friend Byung-gu to execute his plan, leaving Eun-ho behind to freak out.
At the student lounge, Tae-woon tries to get Byung-gu to spread the “rumor” that Eun-ho now has a boyfriend. Byung-gu just matter-of-factly says that everyone already knows: “It’s the guy who left the post-it note on her poster last time.”
Tae-woon grabs Byung-gu’s shoulders in frustration and insists that he’s got the wrong guy. Just as Tae-woon starts to say who Eun-ho’s boyfriend really is, Eun-ho pops up from around the corner to interrupt: “Do you want to die?”
Tae-woon gets up and backs away from Eun-ho, forgetting about his fake injury. Eun-ho’s jaw drops at Tae-woon’s perfectly fine leg, and though Tae-woon tries limping again, he quickly gives up and apologizes before running away, hee.
Eun-ho chases Tae-woon all around the classroom, where Dae-hwi watches their playful fighting with a smile. Looking over at Nam-joo’s desk, which still sits empty, his smile fades.
Nam-joo wanders the streets, staring wistfully at the storefront of a musical instrument shop displaying cellos. Meanwhile, Teacher Shim fields a call from her father, reassuring him that he’s spoken to Nam-joo and that she’ll return soon.
Nam-joo’s dad is waiting for her outside their house when she comes home later that night, and anxiously, he asks where she’s been. He tells her that things must be tough for her and apologizes. “You must’ve had so many things you wanted to do, but you gave up your dream because of me,” he says.
Nam-joo tells him to stop, then brushes past him to go inside. From a distance, Dae-hwi approaches their house and watches as Nam-joo’s father trudges sadly after her.
The next day at lunch, Byung-gu asks Eun-ho about her boyfriend, saying that he heard the news from Tae-woon. After giving Tae-woon the evil eye, Eun-ho lightly says that her boyfriend’s someone who’s good at acting—acting like he hurt his leg, that is—leading them to wonder if Eun-ho’s dating a celebrity, ha.
Thankfully for Eun-ho, Kyung-woo changes the subject to ask why lunches at Korean high schools are so awful. As Eun-ho examines her food warily, Dae-hwi cautions her to be careful so that she doesn’t get sick again. Eun-ho brushes off both his concern and Tae-woon’s tide of jealousy at Dae-hwi’s comment, telling them both that everything’s fine.
But things are decidedly not fine. Later that afternoon, Eun-ho looks like death, and she rushes out of the classroom gagging. Tae-woon runs after her, and Sa-rang watches worriedly. Eun-ho barely makes it into the hall before losing consciousness entirely, but Tae-woon’s there to catch her, and Teacher Shim heads over to help.
They take Eun-ho to the hospital, where the doctor tells them it’s food poisoning, but that she was at risk for complications because of her weak immune system. The doctor says she’ll be okay after resting for a few hours, so Teacher Shim suggests that Tae-woon return to school.
Much to Teacher Shim’s amusement, Tae-woon tries to think of reasons to stay, rambling about how he’s worried for his classmate. But luck’s on Tae-woon’s side, as Teacher Shim gets called back to school, leaving Tae-woon with the perfect excuse to look after Eun-ho.
Tae-woon looks down at Eun-ho’s sleeping figure tenderly, then sighs that it’s rude of her to be pretty even when she’s sick. Cute.
After a few hours, they get the okay to leave the hospital. When Eun-ho wonders why she’s been so sick recently, Tae-woon pinpoints the school lunch as the culprit, saying other students have gotten sick too.
After expressing his outrage over the cafeteria food poisoning Eun-ho, Tae-woon presses his hands against her cheeks to cluck over how much weight she’s lost. She puts her hands over his and tries her hand at some aegyo, but Tae-woon mocks her and tells her to stop with the aegyo because it’s unnatural, lol.
As they walk, Eun-ho stops outside a floral shop to admire a basket of flowers. Tae-woon gruffly asks if she wants flowers, and she nods enthusiastically. He ponders for a beat, but then leads her away, telling her he’ll buy her meat (a “flower sirloin cut”) instead, since it suits her better.
That night, after wishing Eun-ho a good night over the phone, Tae-woon vows to take revenge on the school.
The next day, Principal Yang’s thrilled to receive a fancy lunchbox—it’s supposedly from Director Hyun, thanking the principal for a job well done. After sending away Vice Principal Park to have lunch on his own, he greedily stuffs his face with the delicious food.
As our X crew keeps an eye on Principal Yang’s door from the hallway, the principal notices a note tucked into his tray at the tail end of his meal, which reads:
“Did you enjoy the food? It was made using expired, rotten ingredients. You fed this kind of food to us in our school lunches, too. If you get food poisoning from eating this, it’s because you’re weak—it’s not because there’s something wrong with the food. Just like you’ve always said.”
Principal Yang freaks out and runs out of his office, gagging and sputtering. Despite the skeptical reactions from staff, he yells for an ambulance, insisting that he has food poisoning.
Tae-woon and the group bust a gut laughing at the principal’s dramatic antics, and after a minute, Eun-ho wonders if they went too far. But when Tae-woon tells them the principal’s food was completely fresh—meaning that it’s all in his mind—the five students burst into another round of laughter.
After being told at the hospital that he’s perfectly fine, Principal Yang returns to school to take his anger out on Sa-rang’s mom. When Mom asks if he’s acting this way because of her complaint about the school lunches, Principal Yang kicks over the recycling bin, yelling that she shouldn’t have made that complaint.
Just then, someone kicks a soda can over to him. He looks over to see Eun-ho and Sa-rang, who sarcastically apologize for “missing” the trash can in their attempt to copy the principal’s kick. Principal Yang leers at them, getting uncomfortably close as he calls the girls suspicious.
The next thing we know, Principal Yang throws down a folder full of custodial vendors in front of Sa-rang and tells her that there’s plenty of people to take her mom’s job. Principal Yang says her mom’s caused a lot of trouble with her complaint about the cafeteria food, and threatens to fire her unless Sa-rang reveals X’s identity. What a scumbag.
Poor Sa-rang looks weighed down and depressed as she hangs with Eun-ho at the hideout, but sadly, Eun-ho doesn’t notice, raving instead about how amazing Tae-woon is for coming up with X. Sa-rang asks if Tae-woon has any intention of turning himself in; she notes that everything would be fixed if he confessed, and he wouldn’t even be punished, given who he is.
Sa-rang continues to criticize Tae-woon for engaging in childish cosplay through X, repeating the fact that Tae-woon’s background is the only reason he can pull those pranks. When Eun-ho tries to defend Tae-woon, Sa-rang says Eun-ho’s the same: “How long have you guys dated, that you can treat me this way? If you like him so much, just hang out with him. You don’t need someone like me anymore.”
Looking stricken, Eun-ho asks Sa-rang to tell her what she’s really mad about, instead of beating around the bush. Her eyes flashing with anger, Sa-rang says icily that Eun-ho’s lucky to be able to say whatever she wants.
Kyung-woo catches up to Sa-rang and walks with her for a while, not saying a word. When she notes his silence, wondering if he isn’t curious what’s going on with her, he says he isn’t curious, but worried that she’ll be hurt. Sa-rang smiles up at him gratefully, and he returns her smile.
Meanwhile, Eun-ho unloads her frustrations about Sa-rang onto Tae-woon, who listens supportively. He wonders if Sa-rang’s feeling hurt and left out because of their new relationship, but Eun-ho dismisses the suggestion, claiming that they resolved that issue already. Tae-woon says that since Sa-rang’s a thoughtful person, there must be a reason for her actions.
Later, Sa-rang runs across her mother begging her supervisor for her job back. Oh no, she’s fired already? When Mom pleads for another chance, the boss says that he didn’t have a choice—the decision came from up high.
Sa-rang bursts into the principal’s office to protest, telling Principal Yang about how hard her mom works to keep the school clean. Scoffing, the principal says her mom will have to clean her own house now, thanks to her loyal daughter. Dang. He reminds Sa-rang that she has the power to keep her mom employed and asks, “Is X more important than your own mom?”
After crossing paths with Sa-rang and getting ignored, Eun-ho stops at a bench to look up at the sky. When Officer Han joins her and asks if she’s troubled, Eun-ho responds in vague terms: “I thought I knew her the best and that I understood her the most. But now, I wonder what we were to each other.”
Officer Han replies that relationships get harder the deeper they get, and offers Eun-ho some advice: “Relationships are hard to maintain. That’s why you have to give your all to keep them.”
At the police station, Officer Han is notified that she’s being removed from Geumdo High in a month for failing to do her job. Her boss seems perplexed by her newfound incompetence, and he tells her that there’s still time to turn the tables and show off the skills that she’s been hiding.
Back at the hideout, Tae-woon suggests another prank on the principal to Eun-ho. That gets Sa-rang’s ire going, and she asks Tae-woon if being X is a just a joke to him. When Tae-woon asks what other reason there could be, Sa-rang retorts that they’re in this mess because of his immature actions.
Sa-rang says that she’d initially thought he had his own sense of justice, but tells him she’s disappointed to find out his pranks were just for fun. “Because of you, I…” she trails off.
Before Tae-woon’s temper flares, Eun-ho jumps in to defuse the tension, but that leads Sa-rang to attack Eun-ho for only caring about Tae-woon. Looking frustrated, Eun-ho asks Sa-rang again what’s wrong, telling her that she’s been having a tough time because of her lately. Sa-rang gives an insincere apology, then takes off.
Eun-ho cools off at the outdoor sink, while Tae-woon holds a towel out for her, looking contrite. Eun-ho complains to Tae-woon for not appeasing Sa-rang, telling him that he should have let her win, given all the surprising news she’s had to absorb about the two of them recently.
Tae-woon says he’s sorry, but adds that Sa-rang was harsh too. Eun-ho gives him that, and wonders why Sa-rang’s been so sensitive lately. “If she doesn’t tell me, how am I supposed to know?” she asks miserably.
Principal Yang stops Eun-ho to gleefully tell her that he’ll have proof of her involvement in X’s affairs soon, as his spy is going to bring him evidence. He tells her that if she doesn’t want to suffer the consequences, she should confess now.
That evening, Teacher Shim runs into a drunk Teacher Jung outside of a convenience store. Teacher Jung says that he can’t help but drink tonight, citing the news that Officer Han’s been fired for not catching X.
Teacher Shim immediately heads to the police station, where a smiling Officer Han meets him outside. Teacher Shim blames himself for her failure to catch X, but Officer Han says it was actually because of her: “Because I was blinded by love. The man I like wants to protect the kids, so how could I catch them?”
She complains that this guy would rather protect the kids than her, but admits that it’s also his charm. Shaking himself out of his stupor, Teacher Shim vows to find a way to protect both the kids and the woman he likes, and asks her to wait.
He bows formally before turning to leave, but then doubles back to softly kiss Officer Han on the cheek. He says he’s returning the kiss from last time, adding that the man is supposed to do that first. Then he pulls her in for a real kiss.
On her way home, Sa-rang sees her mom just ahead of her. She’s reminded of the day her mom showed off her janitor uniform for the first time—Mom had been so happy to land the job, but she wondered if it would be embarrassing for Sa-rang to have her working at the school. Sa-rang assured her that she’d love seeing her all the time, and Mom promised to work extra hard for her.
In the present, Sa-rang blinks back tears and catches up to her mom, telling her that from now on, she’ll only think of her, since Mom is all she needs.
The next day, Sa-rang walks out of the hideout with a box containing X’s drone and heads to the principal’s office. After a brief moment of hesitation, she reaches for the door.
That’s when a hand grabs Sa-rang’s arm to stop her, and Sa-rang turns to face an angry Eun-ho. Outside, Eun-ho demands to know if Sa-rang is really the principal’s spy, wailing why she’d do such a thing to her.
When Sa-rang continues to be cold to her, Eun-ho demands to know why Sa-rang can’t just tell her the truth, when they used to tell each other everything. When Sa-rang accuses Eun-ho of keeping secrets first, Eun-ho cries that she did tell Sa-rang: “I explained to you the situation, so why are you doing this?”
Sa-rang tells Eun-ho that she simply notified her after the fact, but that still, she tried to understand Eun-ho, figuring that she had a reason. When Eun-ho protests that it wasn’t her secret to tell, Sa-rang responds, “You got a boyfriend. You didn’t need a friend anymore.”
Eun-ho screams out Sa-rang’s name in frustration, then asks if Sa-rang’s planning to go expose Tae-woon. Angrily, Eun-ho asks, “Is this all you amounted to?” Ouch.
Sa-rang spits out that it is all that she amounts to, and that she’ll do everything Eun-ho said. “This is all you think of me, so I have no reason not to,” she says.
Sa-rang keeps her word, delivering the drone to Principal Yang, but interestingly, she also offers to arrange an in-person meeting with X. She tells the principal to go alone, as that’s the only way X will appear. Hmmm.
With his game face on, Principal Yang heads to the designated spot to wait for X. He cocks his head at the sound of footsteps, then breaks out into a sinister grin when he sees Eun-ho appear. Wagging his finger at her, he crows about finally catching her, and how he knew she was X all along.
But Eun-ho just blinks up at him, pretending not to know anything about X. Principal Yang doesn’t believe her, but reconsiders when he receives a text from Sa-rang saying that X won’t appear because Eun-ho’s there with him. Looking around in confusion, Principal Yang shoos Eun-ho away, though Eun-ho purposely tries to stick around to annoy him, heh.
As we see Director Hyun pull up to the school to meet Tae-woon, someone else walks towards Principal Yang, heels clicking on the pavement. Principal Yang’s mouth drops open when he turns around and comes face to face with… Sa-rang’s mom. Yeah!
After his initial shock wears off, Principal Yang laughs and asks if she’s X. Mom retorts that she’s just there to return the cash he tried to shut her up with, and he threatens to fire her once again. Mom tells him to do whatever he wants, saying she won’t keep quiet about what she saw.
She dumps a bag of discarded food packaging at his feet, telling him she has several more boxes of the same, all with past-due expiration labels. Showing absolutely no remorse, Principal Yang sneers that the kids won’t die from eating expired food, then adds that she has no proof that these packages actually came from their cafeteria.
At that, Sa-rang’s mom pulls out a cell phone. “You kept talking about proof, so I got it for you,” she says, before sending a message to the principal’s phone. His eyes widen when he sees what she sent: X’s video documenting the contents of the school’s freezer, which was filled with expired food.
A flashback shows our X crew sharing the video with Sa-rang’s mom in their hideout. Tae-woon had then given her his phone, coaching her on how to send the video over to Principal Yang at the designated time. Awesome.
Back in the present, Sa-rang’s mom tells the principal that she’s planning to share the video widely with the media and the Board of Education. Desperate to stop her, Principal Yang grabs at her and tries to force her to take back the cash.
Just then, a voice shouts out, “What are you doing?” It’s Director Hyun, who’s conveniently witnessed the disturbing exchange with Tae-woon by his side. When the X crew spills out of a nearby classroom to watch the scene unfold, Tae-woon gives his friends a sly thumbs-up, and they return his gesture.
We flash back to Eun-ho and Sa-rang’s big fight to get the full story: After Sa-rang had initially walked away, Eun-ho had chased her down to continue their fight. With tears spilling down her face, Eun-ho called Sa-rang a brat for turning her into a jerk.
Sa-rang had started to cry by then too, and angrily told Eun-ho how hurt and left out she’d been feeling. She then asked Eun-ho why she was crying, when she was the bigger jerk.
The two had a real heart-to-heart after that, with Sa-rang filling Eun-ho in on the principal’s threats. Calling herself a bad friend, Eun-ho had asked for Sa-rang’s forgiveness. In turn, Sa-rang said that if it weren’t for Eun-ho, she would have turned Tae-woon in, having convinced herself that he’d be okay.
Eun-ho confidently told Sa-rang that they’d do whatever it took to protect her mom. At that, Sa-rang cracked a tiny smile, likening Eun-ho to X, and that’s when Eun-ho started to hatch their plan to get revenge on the principal.
In the present, Sa-rang narrates: “Minor misunderstandings weaken relationships. But that weakness creates an opportunity. An opportunity for a new encounter, an opportunity to reaffirm a longstanding relationship. The best way to heal the weakness is to hold each other’s hands firmly.” In class, Eun-ho and Bo-ra head over to Sa-rang’s desk and Eun-ho holds out her hand for Sa-rang to join them.
Eun-ho’s dad packs lunch for her, worried about her health, and asks if the school lunches are still terrible. After saying that they are, Eun-ho adds, “But at the same time, not exactly.”
At school, Eun-ho finds a pretty bouquet of flowers inside her locker. She teasingly reminds Tae-woon that he’d said meat suited her better than flowers, but Tae-woon tells her that the flower shop from earlier didn’t have the kind of flowers that she liked, and calls her out for being disappointed in him unnecessarily.
Smiling, she tells him that she doesn’t need to eat lunch today, since she’s full already. Without a word, Tae-woon sticks an earphone in her ear, and the two share a sweet moment, listening to music together.
Tae-woon returns home that night to find his father in the living room, along with his drone, hoodie, and other X materials sprawled out on the coffee table. Nooooooo.
Dad quietly tells Tae-woon, “I told you not to do anything stupid.” Tae-woon looks terrified as he unsuccessfully tries to stammer out an explanation, and Dad reminds him of his promise to get only Tae-woon out of trouble. “But that girl, Eun-ho—she’s expelled,” he says.
This show’s doing such a great job of adding layers of depth to our characters throughout the series, and Sa-rang’s mom is one example of a seemingly minor character who ends up being so much more—both in terms of plot, and the impact she has on her daughter and the rest of the students. I love that we’re given a full picture of who Sa-rang’s mom is as a person—yes, she’s a low-level employee who doesn’t have much money, and yes, she’s an awesome mom who wants the moon for her kid. But she’s also someone with dignity and a strong sense of justice, and as we see in this hour, someone who can be fearless when she needs to be. I mean, how badass was she during her stand-off with Principal Yang? I pick her as MVP of the hour for sure.
It’s interesting that Sa-rang is learning about these other aspects of her mom in tandem with us—she’s spent a lot of her time trying to protect her mom and putting on a brave face for her, and it’s only recently that she’s realized how strong her mom really is. Sa-rang’s tendency to pretend that everything’s okay is partly why her fight with Eun-ho got to the level that it did—after all, Eun-ho’s the type of person who wears her emotions on her sleeve, so it makes sense that she’d just assume things are good if Sa-rang doesn’t say otherwise.
As with the conflict between Eun-ho and Tae-woon last week, I found the fight between Eun-ho and Sa-rang this week to be well done and believable. I loved that Eun-ho was persistent with Sa-rang when she was being pushed away, and how Eun-ho’s sincerity finally allowed Sa-rang to be honest with her friend about her anger and helplessness. The only thing better than getting our BFFs back on track is the fact that Eun-ho came up with the revenge against Principal Yang herself—she’s truly become the kind of hero that she was hoping X would be when she only knew about his pranks, and it’s so fun to watch her fulfill the role that she wanted X to be.
If there was one thing that didn’t quite sit right with me this hour, it was Officer Han’s storyline. I have nothing against a little romance between her and Teacher Shim, but I hate that she’s now become a woman who’s failed at her job because she let her feelings for some guy get in the way. I don’t think it’s consistent with the character we’ve gotten to know so far (although to be fair, we really haven’t gotten to know her all that well), and it would have been infinitely more satisfying if her inability to catch X was tied to the relationships she’s been building with students like Young-gun. We’ve seen throughout the series that she and Teacher Shim have had plenty of philosophical differences when it comes to educating and disciplining students—so why not make that the conflict that she’s wrestling with, instead of making it about not wanting to go against the guy she likes?
But other than that, I can’t complain too much, since I’m still getting pretty much everything else I want from the show—and we’ve only got two more episodes to go! I’m excited to see what kind of showdown awaits us between the powers that be and our growing X crew (plus a Teacher Shim on the side), as the students undertaking vigilante justice against the school is one of my favorite things to come out of this show. But of course, in addition to that, I can’t wait to stock up on more adorable moments from all of our kids, especially our main trio (also, more Dae-hwi please!). Though I’ve officially run out of ways to express how ridiculously cute Tae-woon and Eun-ho are together, I’ve not run out of scenarios I’d like to see them in—whether it’s them goofing around, romancing each other, or dreaming about the future together, I’m all in for the remainder of this ride.
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