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While You Were Sleeping: Episodes 13-14

You know, for a light fantasy romance, there sure are a disproportionate number of killers running about in this drama. This is a show that’s never as dark as you fear because the good guys are truly good, but never actually safe either, because everything is tinged with impending doom. It doesn’t help that so many of our characters can see the future, which only serves to make every line of narration sound prophetic and ill-fated.

 

 
EPISODE 13: “A Secret I Cannot Tell”

We rewind to the moment when Jae-chan called Hong-joo earlier that night to check in, and see this time that officer Woo-tak had been watching the clock. He’d gotten a request from Jae-chan earlier to be with Hong-joo on this day and time, because of that frightening dream he had where she was running from a murderer.

Woo-tak had promised not to leave Hong-joo alone on that day and time no matter what… which we already know ended with him lying in a pool of blood after being stabbed and beaten by Chicken Oppa Dae-hee. Everybody hurry!

Jae-chan races to get there on time as well, and he decides to call ahead for police backup as he keeps checking his watch nervously. When he arrives, Jae-chan runs to Woo-tak’s side in a panic, but Woo-tak’s partner has thankfully gotten there before him, and says that he’s still breathing. Phew.

Jae-chan runs upstairs to the roof to save Hong-joo, ignoring Chief Choi’s cries for him to wait for his team because it’s dangerous. He ends up in a bloody fight with Dae-hee, who manages to gain the upper hand and choke Jae-chan, who struggles get free.

It’s a flying shoe to Dae-hee’s head that gives Jae-chan a chance to turn the tables, which comes from Hong-joo, of course. It gives Jae-chan’s investigator team just enough time to finally huff and puff up the stairs to make the arrest.

Jae-chan is so busy strutting over to Hong-joo like a drama hero that he completely misses Chief Choi gasping behind him, “How could you just go by yourself like that? Your legs, ostrich legs. Our legs, just legs!” Hee.

Jae-chan asks if the girls are okay, and Hong-joo wraps her arms around him and lets loose her tears, as he pets her hair affectionately and says it’s all over now. She asks after Woo-tak, and he doesn’t answer…

But sometime later, Woo-tak wakes up in his hospital bed with Hong-joo and Jae-chan by his side. The first thing he does is ask after Hong-joo, and she clutches his hand and assures him that she’s okay, making him smile in relief. His partner has the most emotional reaction out of all of them, elbowing his way in between Jae-chan and Hong-joo, crying dramatically and pinching Woo-tak’s cheeks.

Dae-hee gets put away in prison, where he screams for his lawyer like a madman, to no avail.

When they’re alone, Woo-tak tells Jae-chan that getting stabbed is not like the movies at all, where you can get stabbed a bunch of times and keep fighting. Jae-chan apologizes for asking him to protect Hong-joo that day, but Woo-tak says he’s grateful that Jae-chan told him to be there.

Jae-chan says that Dae-hee won’t go free this time, because he has evidence of poisoning, a testimony from the sister, and most importantly, the leading prosecutor is trustworthy. Woo-tak: “Ooh, who is it?” Jae-chan: “Me.”

When Jae-chan returns to the office, Hyang-mi peppers him with questions about his injuries in the line of duty, and Chief Choi complains very loudly about Jae-chan running off to be a hero all by himself without the rest of the team, not realizing that the chief prosecutor is standing right behind him. You people should just always assume the boss is standing there, because he usually is!

Jae-chan cringes and tries to stop him, but instead of getting in trouble for not following the rules, the chief prosecutor gives him credit for singlehandedly making the arrest. Poor Chief Choi.

Jae-chan runs into Yoo-bum in the elevator, and he asks Yoo-bum if he doesn’t find it difficult to be a lawyer after being a prosecutor, having to defend someone when you can see very plainly that he’s a bad guy. Jae-chan says he wouldn’t be able to do that no matter how many millions were thrown at him, but Yoo-bum tells him not to be so sure: “My today could be your tomorrow.”

Yoo-bum surprises him by saying that he won’t be defending Dae-hee anymore. He says that no matter the size of the pot, he won’t bet when the probability of winning is so low.

Chicken Oppa Dae-hee is still full of hot air when Jae-chan brings him in for questioning, accusing the prosecutors of keeping Yoo-bum away from him. Jae-chan gives him the cold hard truth—that Yoo-bum turned his case down because the odds of winning were so bad, and he’s been assigned a public defender.

Jae-chan relays a message from Yoo-bum using a metaphor that Yoo-bum had used with Dae-hee in their initial meeting, about knowing how empty a container is so that he can gauge how much water to fill it with. His message to Dae-hee now is that he’s broken and can’t be filled with water again, no matter what he does.

Dae-hee refuses to believe it and screams for Yoo-bum until he’s blue in the face, and finally has to be restrained for going ballistic.

At home, Jae-chan turns on the evening news to watch the report about his case, and his brother Seung-won is impressed when he sees Hong-joo on TV covering the story. Jae-chan sighs, a little dissatisfied, and Seung-won asks what’s wrong.

Jae-chan just thinks back to his dream where Hong-joo had been the one sitting beside him when he watched this news report, and he deflates to see Seung-won sitting where Hong-joo should be.

At Dae-hee’s trial, Jae-chan makes his case and asks for life imprisonment, as Hong-joo takes notes, while Dae-hee’s sister cries in the audience.

Afterwards, the chief prosecutor has an epiphany and puts up framed calligraphy in his office that means roughly, “Thanks to you, no thanks to me,” and announces to his staff that it’s his fault that a killer went free, and only thanks to Jae-chan that he was put away properly.

Except his idea of “my fault” consists of blaming himself for putting the rest of his staff on the case, forcing the rest of the prosecutors to quickly declare that it was actually their fault. Only Hee-min is unapologetic, deciding that it was Prosecutor Lee’s fault for not ordering the autopsy.

The two of them continue the argument out in the hall, where she refuses to budge and claim any of the responsibility for the first trial going awry. Prosecutor Lee asks if it doesn’t frighten her to think of how many people could have died because of their mistakes, saying that his hand is still shaking just thinking about it.

But Hee-min stubbornly refuses to take any responsibility, asking why that would be on her if a killer went free and killed more people. Yikes, you’re starting to sound a lot like Yoo-bum.

Hong-joo is lost in thought as she strolls through the park, remembering how Woo-tak told her to stay outside and faced the killer alone, and then bought her time to escape. When Jae-chan calls wanting to drop her off at work, she lies that she’s at the police station, only to find him standing right in front of her at the park.

He’s armed with a box of tissues, and tells her that he had a dream about her blaming herself and crying. She acts cool as a cucumber and calls that absurd, but next thing we know, she’s bawling with a stack of used tissues beside her.

Jae-chan knows she’s blaming herself for Woo-tak getting hurt, but he says he’s blaming himself more because his debt to Woo-tak is greater. She thinks he doesn’t seem to be very upset or overcome with guilt, but Jae-chan says he considered it from Woo-tak’s point of view, and realized that if he were in his shoes, he’d just be relieved that Hong-joo was okay.

At the same time, Prosecutor Lee finds Hee-min quietly crying by herself, and he smiles and turns around to let her be alone. In voiceover, Jae-chan tells Hong-joo not to feel guilty for too long, but to just remember it for a long time so that the debt can be repaid.

Prosecutor Lee stops Hyang-mi from disturbing Hee-min while she cries, and even leaves a post-it on the door asking not to be disturbed in the middle of an interrogation.

Jae-chan tells Hong-joo that there’s no use regretting spilled water—that the only thing you can do is slowly refill it, because time doesn’t flow backwards. She wonders if they’re lyrics to a song or something, because it sounds like he’s quoting someone else’s words, and he smiles.

It takes him back to the night of the motorcycle accident 13 years ago, when his father had been so disappointed in him for forging his grades. Little Jae-chan had been sobbing outside the police station when one of Dad’s junior officers came out and gave him that speech about spilled water, assuring him that he’d have lots of time to make it right and wipe away his father’s disappointment.

Junior Cop had told Jae-chan the same thing about keeping his guilt short but his memory long, and Little Jae-chan had agreed. In the present, he says that someone said it to him long ago, but he doesn’t remember who it was.

Hong-joo runs out of tissues and he offers her his tie, heh. She asks if she can lean on him, so he happily offers his shoulder too. Hong-joo repeats his words in voiceover, “Cry briefly, and feel guilty for a short while, but remember for a long, long time.”

She continues to narrate, “We couldn’t even imagine it then, that those warm words of comfort would become someone’s final words in the distant future.” Well that’s ominous.

At the home of an Olympic archer, a repair technician fixes the internet service. Cable Guy (cameo by Baek Sung-hyun) seems friendly enough, making nice with the archer to ask for a positive rating when she gets a service call asking how he did. The housekeeper asks him to take out the recycling on his way out, and though he doesn’t seem keen to do it, he agrees, hoping for a good rating.

His expression turns bitter when he’s alone though, and he puts up a Facebook post wondering if he should just leave. That message gets read by Woo-tak, who gives it a thumbs-up.

Hong-joo gets a text from Woo-tak asking her to come pick him up because he’s getting discharged from the hospital, and she dares to leave work early, leaving slave-driver Bong sunbae stuttering in her wake, thinking she’s lost her mind.

Jae-chan is a little taken aback when he catches sight of Woo-tak’s muscles as he changes clothes, and Woo-tak says all cops look like this. Jae-chan notes that his partner doesn’t seem to look that way, all the while flexing in his dress shirt and tie, heh.

Hong-joo bursts into the room while Woo-tak is still half-nekkid, and the only one who freaks out is Jae-chan, who falls all over himself to run over to Woo-tak, using a jacket to hide the hottie from Hong-joo.

He snaps at her for not knocking, and Hong-joo just hops around behind him, trying to get a peek at Woo-tak, haha. Jae-chan squeaks at Woo-tak to get dressed faster, and Woo-tak just smiles, amused by the whole thing.

Woo-tak asks Hong-joo if he can impose and stay at her house for a few days, and Jae-chan blurts, “WHY?” He says the doctor told him to rest up at home for a few days, but he can’t nurse himself and can’t go to his parents’ house.

Jae-chan offers to drive him to his parents, but Woo-tak says he signed a contract with them that he’d quit the police force if he got hurt, so he can’t let them know. Hong-joo is happy to help, and Jae-chan offers his house instead. But Woo-tak says he has a different favor to ask of Jae-chan.

Cut to: Seung-won arriving home to his house torn to shreds, covered in a blanket of toilet paper and pillow stuffing. He panics and calls for Hyung, but Robin the dog comes out to greet him instead. HA.

 
EPISODE 14

Seung-won finds Jae-chan at home, completely ignoring the dog’s rampage of destruction and instead spying on Hong-joo in the dark like a crazy person. Jae-chan snarls to see Woo-tak being treated to a barbecue party across the street.

Mom takes out her notebook and decides that Woo-tak is back in the game, giving him a point for saving Hong-joo. Mom promises to bring him back to health with the best care, and asks what he likes to eat.

Woo-tak looks around for sesame leaves and says he has to have them when eating meat, and Jae-chan sighs when Woo-tak calls to send him on the errand. Jae-chan agrees through gritted teeth and then tells his brother that he just remembered the poem: “You have look from a distance / To see that it is pretty / You have to look for a short time / To see that it is lovable.”

Seung-won asks if there’s really a poem like that, and Jae-chan kicks him for being dumb. (The original is: “You have to look closely / To see that it is pretty / You have to look long / To see that it is lovable.”)

But when Jae-chan goes outside, Hong-joo joins him, saying that Woo-tak requested even more things.

Woo-tak video-calls them while they’re shopping and directs Hong-joo to buy a stuffed penguin because it looks like her, and then proceeds to micromanage the whole shopping trip, directing Jae-chan to model cutesy sleeping masks and enjoying his grumpy reactions.

They’re out so late that Hong-joo notes that the barbecue party is long over, and Jae-chan smirks in satisfaction that Woo-tak never got his sesame leaves. In front of their usual coffee shop, Hong-joo notes that the Cupid Barista isn’t back at work yet.

When they get back home, Hong-joo refuses Jae-chan’s help carrying the bags out of the car, saying that she doesn’t want to keep being indebted to him, because she feels like all she does is take his help and rack up debt.

He asks if he can’t be an exception, and asks her to just take and not ever repay him. She asks in her usual jokey way if she makes him want to protect and help her. He replies, “Yes,” very sincerely, which catches her off-guard.

She asks what’s up with him lately, always replying to her comedy with melodrama, but he just continues to be swoony and grabs her hand, declaring that she can consider all her debts paid with this… and he leans in to kiss her. But at the last second when he’s just inches from her lips, he stops. He leans forward again, but the seatbelt catches, refusing to let him go any further. Pwahahahahaha.

The best part is, he just keeps trying, as the seatbelt stays locked in place and Hong-joo stares at him, wide-eyed. She asks what he’s doing, and he awkwardly pretends that nothing happened.

No one answers the doorbell, so Hong-joo asks Jae-chan to hold all the bags so she can fish out her keys, and she stops to ask what he was trying to do in the car. Embarrassed, he tells her not to bring it up, pointing out that she did something similar once when she was untying his apron, and he had the manners not to mention it to her. Ha.

At that, Hong-joo grabs his face with both hands and kisses him lightly. Cute!

He’s so stunned that he just stands there like a stone, and Hong-joo asks awkwardly if this wasn’t it. She laughs in embarrassment and tells him to pretend it didn’t happen, and then has to take the shopping bags out of his hands before running inside to deal with her mortification in private.

Jae-chan remains standing there for a long beat, which we see from the intercom camera… that Woo-tak has been watching the whole time. Aw, poor Batman.

He pretends not to have heard the doorbell when Hong-joo comes inside, and she offers to return any of the stuff he doesn’t like. But he just smiles at her and says he likes all of it, without even looking in the bags.

Jae-chan comes home still in a daze, but then the shock finally wears off and he breaks into a goofy grin. He touches his lips and cups his face sheepishly, twirling around like a happy kid.

He’s in such a good mood that his reaction to Robin the dog pooping in the house is to hug and praise him, earning him a kiss from Robin and a confused stare from Seung-won.

Seung-won says “that ajusshi” somehow found their new address and sent them money again, and he asks if they can’t just start using it now. But Jae-chan says it’s going back, which doesn’t surprise Seung-won in the least.

The sight of the envelope takes Jae-chan back to a memory of his father’s funeral, where he’d grabbed Hong-joo and fled from the reporters. They hid out of sight and overheard them searching for the cop’s son and the bus driver’s son (well at least that explains why he assumed she was a boy), but then the reporters had gotten distracted by the arrival of the soldier’s older brother, a cop.

Hong-joo had spotted the cop hiding in the same room with them, and Jae-chan was shocked to recognize him as the kind advice-giving Junior Cop who worked with his father.

Junior Cop shed tears as he apologized to them for what his brother did, and Jae-chan pushed him against the wall, crying, “You said I’d have lots of time in the future! That I could make it up to my father! But there’s no future anymore! I have no father!”

In the present, Jae-chan adds the letter with no return address to a drawer filled with countless more envelopes of the same kind.

Jae-chan waits and waits outside Hong-joo’s house the next morning, while she’s sprawled out on the ground, spying on him through the crack underneath her gate. Mom catches her, and she asks Mom to tell Jae-chan she already left.

So of course Mom goes right outside and tattles on Hong-joo, forcing her to come out and face the music. She keeps avoiding Jae-chan and keeping her distance as they walk, so he keeps pulling her closer to him. She pretends not to remember even seeing him last night, so he agrees that nothing happened last night, and tells her to stop avoiding him and stop disappearing when he wants to find her.

Cable Guy is back at the archer’s house to fix the internet line, which she complains is the third time this month. He assures her that the problem has been fixed and asks her to give him a good rating when she gets the call. She grumbles about the spotty service, so he offers to take out the recycling again, and this time his expression darkens even more when she closes the door behind her.

The officer with a crush on Woo-tak is filling in for him on patrol with his partner, and they answer an emergency call from the archer’s house. When they get there, the housekeeper is in shock, and they gasp to find the archer dead in her living room, lying in a pool of blood, which has then been drawn into some sort of symbol on the floor around her.

Hong-joo covers the story on the morning news, which everyone watches as they set the breakfast table at her house (yay, they’re all eating breakfast together!). Cable Guy is identified as the prime suspect, and Woo-tak watches the TV with obvious interest, making Hong-joo ask if he knows the suspect.

But Woo-tak says no and asks Mom for a list of side dishes to take home with him today, and Jae-chan is inappropriately happy to hear that he’s going home. The outburst makes Woo-tak smile to himself, knowing why Jae-chan is reacting that way.

Later that night, they load up Woo-tak’s car and drive him home, and this time when they pass by the coffee shop, Hong-joo spots Cupid Barista and all three of them are relieved to see her back at work. Hong-joo’s concern makes Woo-tak smile and look back at her.

As they help Woo-tak unpack his things, Hong-joo notes the empty state of his refrigerator sadly. Jae-chan asks how his stab wound is healing, and when Woo-tak offers to show him, Jae-chan hugs him to prevent him from showing off his abs again.

Woo-tak walks them to the elevator, and Hong-joo reminds him that Mom told him to come over for breakfast every morning, and to tell her if he runs out of side dishes. Jae-chan adds that he’ll run over if he needs anything, but Woo-tak says he’s fine now, and they should consider their debt repaid.

Woo-tak surprises them by saying that Jae-chan was right—that he doesn’t blame them for his injury, and he’s just glad that Hong-joo is okay. He leans in close to tell Hong-joo not to cry or feel guilty anymore, and Jae-chan and Hong-joo both recognize those words from the park.

Woo-tak saw it in a dream, of course, and Jae-chan asks if that’s why he purposely ordered them around like minions, to ease their burden and guilt. Aw. Woo-tak confirms it with a grin and sends them on their way.

Hilariously, Jae-chan’s reaction is to be upset that Woo-tak ran them around on errands and then suddenly gets to seem all cool with one line, while making him look petty in comparison. Ha. He says that Woo-tak has a mysterious side, and that makes Hong-joo think of Woo-tak claiming that he had overly protective, doting parents, which doesn’t match up to the empty refrigerator she just saw. She agrees that he’s a mystery.

That night, something catches Robin’s attention and he gets out of bed, and Woo-tak stirs in his sleep. He dreams of being questioned at the prosecutor’s office by Jae-chan, about knowing the murder suspect, Cable Guy Do Hak-young.

In the dream, Woo-tak says that he and Hak-young were high school classmates, and roommates until a year and a half ago. He admits that when he heard about the case, he did think that Hak-young could be the culprit.

A phone call from Hong-joo wakes him up, and she asks if he’s okay, saying that she just had a dream about that murder suspect bursting into his apartment and threatening him. She guesses that Woo-tak knows him and lied about it, but he insists that he doesn’t.

Hong-joo tells him to lock the doors and call the police, and he laughs and reminds her that he IS the police, and assures her that he’ll be safe.

He smiles to himself after the call, but then suddenly the smile fades into a icy glare, and he stares across the room and says, “Why did you come here, Do Hak-young?” What?

Then we see that Hak-young has been sitting on the other side of the room with Robin in his lap this whole time. Jeepers. Hak-young has a really creepy far-off look in his eyes, and he says that the lock code hasn’t changed, wondering if it’s really been over a year since he’s lived here.

Hong-joo paces her room and finally decides to grab a coat and head out.

Woo-tak asks again why Hak-young came to him, and he says ominously, “I became a murderer.” But when he starts to explain himself, he swears up and down that he never killed anyone, but everyone’s made him out to be a killer.

Woo-tak says he’ll help and tells Hak-young to turn himself in, which he agrees to do. But he asks Woo-tak if he believes he’s innocent, saying that he came here because Woo-tak is the smartest and best person he knows.

Hak-young asks desperately if Woo-tak will take his side, and Woo-tak says wearily, “Do I have to say I believe you so that you’ll turn yourself in?” Ack, is that a thing to say to a possible murderer?

Hak-young reels at that and counters, “If I end up a murderer, then I’m going to spill your secret to the police,” and tells Woo-tak to prove his innocence if he wants to keep his secret.

 
COMMENTS

What secret?! What is his secret? It’s probably not that bad, right? Although I can’t imagine why Woo-tak would be friends with a guy he could so easily believe would be a murderer, or why he’d cover for him and lie so baldly to Hong-joo when she and Jae-chan are bound to find out the truth… unless that secret were something colossal. He doesn’t seem to be afraid of Hak-young, but right now I’m not sure if that’s a comfort or not. We just got you out of the hospital! Now you have murderous friends and a dark past? Is this going to be the new pattern, where we end every episode leaving me worried about Woo-tak?

I loved the way he just casually got Hong-joo and Jae-chan to take care of him in an effort to ease their guilt, but it was so sad to think of it as a brief chance for him to be surrounded by love and warmth, because I’m fairly certain he lied about his loving parents. He’s always seemed a bit lonely and shut off, despite his friendly, upright demeanor, and that just makes me root for him to rely on Jae-chan and Hong-joo more so that they can get past his barriers. He obviously has a crush on Hong-joo, but he also seems to like Jae-chan just as much (which I adore), so I don’t expect him to ever cross a line when he so plainly sees how much they like each other. I mean, it’s one thing to accidentally witness their first kiss, but if he’s seeing their private conversations in his dreams, there’s really no unseeing the way they look at each other and depend on one another.

I do think we have Woo-tak to thank for giving Jae-chan a kick in the pants in the romance department, hilarious failure that it was. It was a treat to get an entire hour of Jae-chan being petty and jealous (it’s becoming Jung Hae-in’s specialty in dramaland, turning heroes into jealous children, which I don’t mind one bit). There’s nothing to make you throw all your second-guessing out the window like a rival who looks like that, sleeping over at your probably-girlfriend’s house. I really want more of these rom-com hijinks—I was so disappointed when he recovered and went back home so soon, because he brings out such a fun side of Jae-chan. But we seem to be headed for a much darker storyline with Woo-tak’s character.

One disappointment in recent episodes is the lack of development on the dream front, which has turned into a very straightforward pattern: vision of potential danger sends heroes to save the day, end of story. There were hints earlier on that the ripple effect of the Three Dragons changing the course of the future would be great, but the show has yet to follow through on how that cause-and-effect chain is actually carried out, and what changes have led to a future that maybe shouldn’t have happened. I do expect the drama to throw that wrench into the works when it’s least convenient for our characters, but right now the dreams feel like they’ve been sidelined, or flattened out in a way, to serve as a device for one primary purpose with little consequence attached. It’s not that I’m asking for suffering! I guess I just like my stakes sky-high. Or maybe I just can’t shake the feeling that the other shoe has got to drop, and someone’s dream is going to be very wrong at the worst possible time.

 
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Praise the drama gods for
1) Woo-Tak being alive! Yay!
2) Woo-Tak taking off his shirt (ok, so clearly Hong-joo isn't into him, can I have him yet?)
3) Jae-chan falling over himself while trying to stop HJ from getting an eyeful of hot cop's hot abs... and Hong-joo sneaking peeks.
4) Jae-chan trying his best to do a suave kiss move after heart-melting words... and then getting caught by the seatbelt. This was like a "real life vs dramas" moment. Hah!
5) Hong-joo planting a kisser right on JC's lips, and him being too shocked to do anything about it.
6) And then her being too embarrassed to see him the next morning. CUTE. CUTE. TOO CUTE.

Though awwww WT saw them kissing through the intercom screen, and I swear his heart cracked a little. What timing!

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7) Hongjoo's mom's being so honest when Hongjoo's trying to avoid Jaechan.

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8) After the kiss happened, Jae Chan smiling and dancing happily. He even hugged Woo Tak's dog though he just pooped.

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9) Robin the dog making a mess in Jaechan's house and lil bro getting crazy about it

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The instant kiss is soo cute OMG😍

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Will Jaechan's old hairstyle make a comeback appearance? I miss that already. It's not that I don't like his new hairstyle which is so cool and really good on him, I just feel his uniqueness a bit decreased. Ah one more, he can't do the hair flipping anymore.

But one thing for sure, that small complain won't decrease my love for this drama.
And thank you for the recap.

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i agree with girlfriday about dreams taking the backseat but i think there are a lot more things to be shown and i believe in this writer who actually introduces the plot at later episodes but now i feel more invested in them the cuteness is real....oh woo tak

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I have only watched two other half-hour dramas, "Reunited Worlds" and "Ruler: Master of the Mask", and both of them had an interesting premise and strong beginning, but then became boring and slow in the middle before waking up the last two weeks, or even just last week. It felt like they had planned for the show to be half as long and thus had to fill the empty hours with stuff that could be cute, but did not follow the story that before had been well-paced. While I'm sure there are many half-hour dramas that are fantastic and don't suffer from this, with those two dramas I can kind of understand the recapper's worry about the main premise of the drama taking such a backseat.

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This is a new format they're doing to justify adding more commercials to the broadcast. It's not really a half-hour drama they're just splitting a traditional episode into 2 parts.

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Jae Chan trying to be smooth and romantic, foiled by his seatbelt. I laughed so hard. I had to watch it again. So funny. Lee Jong Suk played it sooo well.

I loved the scene the next day, too, when he was walking her to work and looked so happy and confident.

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Revenge of the seatbelt seems like karma coming back to JC for making the apron untying scene into a non-kiss scene. At least HJ fixed it. It's interesting how she's not afraid to bring up awkward moments for discussion. That must come from the reporter side of her.

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the writer forgot to make the character appealing to the viewers.

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With every week, I like this drama more and more!

Hong-joo is such a cool leading lady, I was convinced a kiss wasn’t going to happen so I was sooo happy when she grabbed his face and just planted one on him, love her!!

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I was also really happy that they finally got their first non-dream kiss. I also feel that the drama is rather cheeky in the way of building the right mood in a scene (with the way it is lit and the background music) and then just not having the grand finale aka THE kiss. It happend with the scene in the park and the cherry blossoms (although we kinda did get that kiss) and now here with the seatbelt interfereing. I was laughing so hard at that. And then the actual kiss was so cute and somewhat unexpected and anti-climactic that made it feel more realistic in a way that dramaland rarely is.

To sum it up. I just freaking loved their first kiss/peck.

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I totally agree such a brave girl!!!

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Yes! I am absolutely loving Hong-Joo. She's both brave but also gets relatably mortified but that doesn't stop her from being direct. Her and Jae-chan make such a cute refreshing couple.

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Oh I forgot, cute puppy with a one sided crush and nice abs, this show knows how to hit the right spot!

I will have a more coherent and thoughtful comment after my morning coffee

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I refuse to believe someone so adorable can be evil. I mean he has a dog and all.

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I was wondering, what if Woo-Tak has a similar origin story to batman's Bruce Wayne (minus the rich bachelor bit). Maybe the reason he has a lot of Batman motifs is because he relates to the character a lot? Maybe His parents were brutally murdered in a petty crime and it left him orphaned and alone. Maybe the reason why he's so secretive was because he was insecure about this fact.I could be rambling on nonsense.

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Why do I get this ominous feeling that the last words Hongjoo was talking about in voice over is gonna be Wootak's?
Show you are going to kill him and rip our hearts apart,aren't you?

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Batman can´t die.

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Then he needs to save somebody who can be really grateful and dream about him. I mean dream about him in danger, not about his abs.

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I volunteer. And I'll take the dreams about his abs as well, thank you.

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Isn't that HongJoo...

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I could totally dream about his abs being in danger. woo-tak please come save me so that I can be so grateful and dream about your well toned abs <:3

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The DOG. Robin saves Batman.

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Me too. i just can't shake the feeling that this cute-hot abs cop isn't gonna make it to the end :( I find my self enjoying all his cute antics with the OTP so much that I have to take a moment to warn myself that this could all end so badly! To quote @girlfriday "We just got you out of the hospital! Now you have murderous friends and a dark past? Is this going to be the new pattern, where we end every episode leaving me worried about Woo-tak?" It totally is a pattern for me already, and I simultaneously love/hate the writer for this :o (Prays to dramagods that all of our three dragons survive to the end)

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Too bad we can't affect anything since it's pre-produced

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I think the likelihood of someone dying before the end is high. And sadly the main candidates are Woo Tak, Mom or Seung Won.

I hope it doesn't happen though. Woo Tak seems so lonely, I want Mom, Hong Joo and the brothers to adopt him and make a big family together. :)

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I thought it was the solider's brother cop's last words due to the context or something like that but then again maybe you're right );

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Oh, I hadn't even made that connection. Great thought process! Quite plausible because why would they give his character such an obsesseion with batman otherwise.

My theory was that he is the cops and soldiers younger brother (that we haven't heard of yet) because that would complicate his relationship with Hong-joo and Jae-chan. Also it would somewhat give him a secret because if I have learned one thing from dramaland is that in the eyes of the public there is no such thing as an innocent murderer family member.

Maybe both our theories are correct and the murder of his parents was the reason the soldier went ballistic?

Ok, I gotta stop now. Because if I keep going down that road I WILL be disappointed if that isn't the solution.

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Ooo your theory is hyping me up a little! I kinda wish it's true but I don't want to expect too much from the writer, she might pull a W on us and I don't want to be disappointed.

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I think he might be the younger brother too AND I wonder if he is the one sending the money. Was he already watching over Jae Chan and Hong Joo before they met, because he's taking responsibility for what his brother did? Was that a mission Junior Cop handed down to him?

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I agree with you in thinking that Woo Tak may be the soldier's younger brother! Hmm it would make a lot of sense for the story to be about how it is a way for the second generation to make peace with each other, and sort of serve as the grander arch to the story.

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If you go back to watch ep.1 or 2,in Hongjoo's dream about Wootak 's funeral,an ajumma was beating Hongjoo's mother blaming HJ for the death of Wootak.i thought the ajumma was his mother.

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Oh you have a point... My theory will thus been invalid😐

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lmao what a cockblock that seatbelt was!

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HAHAHAHAHA, my thoughts exactly!

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Ha! I really wanted Suzy's flying shoe to make an appearance because that was the first thing that I enjoyed watching in Dream high & even played it on loop, I found it that cool lol.
I'm glad drama gods answered my prayers :-D

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The archer's murderer Hak young, how did he make such long straight lines on the floor....I can't draw one tiny straight line on my notebook...

Jokes aside, what is woo tak's secret??? What??? I don't think its any murder secret, he might have a dark past but he might not be his fault ...idk something, he doesn't seem like the super bad guy...

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I don't think he is the murderer. I think his resentful comments after working for her are a blind. Remember they showed the cc TV that he was the only one going in and out the door. But while he was working there, she opened the slider to the balcony. They actually lingered on that shot. I think it is going to turn out to be an archery rival, and the drawing in blood is some kind of archery symbol. Unless Hak Young is an archery rival in disguise.

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I did think it might be some archery symbol but then I wondered if its some kind of cult symbol lol.

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I don't think he is the murderer either, and I am thinking up a theory in which maybe the lines are caused by something like an arrow bouncing around and his crime was to stand there and watch as it unfolded/ didn't help her when she was dying.

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I must say, the "theory of the straight lines" are getting better with every beanies' new comment. This is amazing you guys! :-D

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The blood symbols doesn't look very archery-related to me... could it have been made by something like a robo-cleaner? Those round lil vacuum thingies...

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Haha makes sense. Since I don't think any human can draw such straight lines unless they are a talented artist or something...

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Ohmygawd you were right!! O.O Beanies make amazing detectives methinks :D

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This show sends strong Goblin(which I'm currently watching) vibes to me. That Miniso shopping with buying a doll, Jae-chan spotlight model walk, that sudden instant kiss, Subway, Nam Da-reum~Kim So-hyun~Jung Hae-in all three appeared in Goblin.

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also VIU subs the dog's name as Woo-bin.Ha!

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"... we end every episode leaving me worried about Woo-tak"

yeah, it happens to me too

and why am I always love the second lead

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can show be this cute....suzy lee jong suk and now woo tak cutest drama of the year!!!!!!!!!!

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Anyone else think the archer was killed by a Roomba? That is a very weird pattern on the floor that looks like it just bumped off walls and eventually ran out of "paint"...

I really like the dynamics of this show. Who knew a character like Woo Tak was going to steal the show? So delighted he's not looking to be a romantic rival, and very curious as to how he figures into the Dad Death event.

And Suzy continues to be pretty darn good!

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Roomba murderer... That's terrifying.
Technology is taking over the world!

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Woo-tak is a shopaholic 😂😂😂😂😂. I always find Woo-tak so sweet yet mysterious.

I wanna know more about him.

And Hong-joo narration vision gives me goosebumps. Is someone going to die? 😰

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Exactly, I felt the same way too about her narration😧😧😧😢

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I'm so drawn at Woo-tak more than the main couple. There's something mysterious about him. Anyway, if Hong-Joo doesn't like him, I'll gladly take him. I refused to believe that he's a bad guy. He has robin!!!!

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He's stealing the show. Jung Hae In is literally stealing the show from Lee Jong Suk and I didn't think that was possible. Darn now I REALLY need to watch Night Light on Netflix, he's in the cast of that too. Though I think this is maybe his biggest stand out role since Blood. (IIRC he was the cute techie sidekick on that show.)

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That's more coz Lee Jong Suk's character is too simple, Jae Chan perhaps is the simplest character JS has played till now. Woo Tak on the other hand is much more mysterios, and better written.

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lol perhaps if we have a shirtless JC scene, the battle might be more even, but it is literally a clumsy, awkward JC and a cute, mysterious WT. Now if this was Kang Chul or Soo Ha that would have been more comparable.

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Awww Woo Tak likes Hong Joo too oh well who wouldn't like her. But I know Woo Tak's partner is the policewoman who seems to have a crush on him. 😆 Hopefully he wont end up alone.ahahaha

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Seeing Woo-tak's acts further cemented my belief that he must be related to the rogue soldier, and his so-called caring parents are adoptive parents only. His role now seems to be in repaying debts to Jae-chan and Hon-joo, to guarantee their safety and happiness, to compensate for the death of their dads.. But do please stay safe too.

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Yup. I agree. I think the person sending money to the brothers could also be Woo Tak, taking over from his uncle/father (the elder brother of the rogue soldier). He didn't know Jae Chan's address until he moved to Hong Joo's, I think.

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Thank you writer for that shirtless scene omo woo-tak's abs <3<3

And that kiss and his smile afterwards <3<3

The sad part was woo-tak seeing that instant kiss my poor batman.:

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1. Stuck on seat-belt, failed kiss, miserable Jae Chan, crazy fun for us all...I had a laugh out loud moment followed by continuous giggling fits LOL

2. Hong Joo's peak and the subsequent freeze up of the two khek khek khek

3. Jae Chan's face and smile after the kiss when he comes home...just love!

4. Te most important part that blew me away: WOO TAK'S ABS!!! OLALALA

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Thanks GF!

I agree that for what I thought was going to be quite a rom-com or light-hearted fare, it's a kind of ominous show. I get more worried than I think I should.

I know lots of stuff happened in this episode, but I have a strange feeling that somehow something is suspended. Maybe I wanted more definite progress in the romance department, since Hong Joo already 'made advances' and Jae Chan is far from averse to them. Also, maybe I wanted more info to confirm the logic of the dream prophecies. We only had the conjecture of Woo Tak but nothing to double confirm it.

And now that Woo Tak has saved the life of Cupid Barista, will she also start to dream?

And I think this writer introduces the 'real' villain later on in the show. So, are we now on the brink of it with Do Hak Young? So chilling that he's got something on our Woo Tak and is able to manipulate him.

Anyway I'm glad that there's so much more to look forward to and more mysteries to solve, and I'm guessing that all the hanging threads are going to be woven into one skein of cloth by the show's end.

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That School 2013 poem made me really miss Namsoon. It's still one of Lee Jongsuk's best roles.

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Lee jong suk is slaying this role......the ratings finally touched 10.0hope it goes further because it deserves this.
Along with witch's court this is the show i am looking forward to most

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He sure did... he is so smooth and suave and next second he is so relatable clumsy and awkward.. really have to give him that..

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I vote this the best episode so far.

"Is this going to be the new pattern, where we end every episode leaving me worried about Woo-tak?" Me too!!

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I almost died during that failure of a kiss scene. It was soooo funny 😂 The entire episode was super fun, Jae-chan's petty jealousy being the main reason for it. Also, how awesome is this little family of theirs, with sassy little brother, even more sassy mom and three dorks that can see the future? I love it 😍

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Thanks for the recap. While I still like this ep, I starts to want more from it. Probably because the past eps were better?
What I like:
1. The opening. It is not on JC doing his heroic strut but also WK getting help. Sorry I doubt you show. 😅😅😅
2. Their talk (JC/HJ/WK) about guilt and crying and remembering it for a long time. But I dont like about it will be someone last words bit though. We already waiting the effects of them messing with fate since beforeand HJ's dream about her death, another one to worry? This type of drama usually kill everyone except OTP so I'm worried about Mom, WT and SW. But I feels like it will be WK.
3. Shirtless WK 😘😘😘 and HJ trying to peek at that fine fine body.
4. HJ being embarrassed after the kissing and trying to be cool afterwards. Work that hair flip sistah~
5. The change between cheery WK on phone with HJ and serious WK at the end? 👍👍👍 And I hope they are talking about birth secret. Yes. We need birth secret in this drama. You hear me show? I'm not taking other kind of secret!

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1. Subway making a brief appearance but his gf Miniso tho? Too long unnie. I get it. You have a lot of things, I know, but still too long.

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Suzy & Jong Suk are cute together but I also lowkey ship Hong Ju and Wootak! I hadn't watch any shows of Jung Hae In before so he really is a discovery(#newoppa) for me here. He's so charming and handsome *O* He also kinda reminds me of Samdong/Kim Soo Hyun(whom had great chemistry with suzy) hehe

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Totally agree couldn't take that so much chemistry between suzy and lee jong seuk!

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The osts of this show are not a joke..it's awsm and catchy hope it remains brilliant till the last

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Now I'm worried about misread dreams and dire consequences.
It was so nice to finish watching this episode and less than an hour later the recaps were up. My tastes in heros run pretty much the same as Girlfriday, the more jealous and petty the better. And then he always manages to trip or fumble at some point in every episode. It makes him that much more endearing.

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Pouty childish Jae-chan best Jae-chan.

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“We couldn’t even imagine it then, that those warm words of comfort would become someone’s final words in the distant future.”

I got the feeling that Hong Joo's words is a FORESHADOW. I love all the characters except Yu Beom and so attached to them, I will definitely be sad if someone dies.

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Is there any possibility that Woo Tak likes Jae Chan?? I mean maybe his secret is that he is gay.
I'm just a wrong shipper Sorry 😁

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lmao that would be a great twist

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I dont mind of this is the secret tbh 😁😁

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And that way he would still be alive. I'll take that!

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lol.. maybe..so it become plot twist. 😂😂😂😂😂

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I can't watch this show without being scared!

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I don't know how they want to us react? I was swooning one second and laughing out loud in next, but the end, it became so creepy and there's so many ways to be all f**k up.. pardon that expression. :p

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Just something off the topic. The actor playing Woo-Tak does resemble a lot to Junho of 2PM.

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Maybe i haven't seen them all. But WT's body is the best i've seen in dramaland..Drool-worthy.

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The junior police officer. Apparently he is the one who keep sending in the money.
Be it guilt or something, there must be a link to WT. His father perhaps?
Felt like there's something big brewing in the background.

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Maybe WT had a fake identity that allows him to become a police officer. It's apparent that he is obsessed in being one. Someone who prides himself as an enforcer of justice. Maybe he has a switch identity with His creepy supposed to be killer roommate?

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When Woo-tak admitted that he dreamed the OTP having that conversation, I realized that now I'm just waiting for him to be unable to look the two in the eye because he dreamed them having sex and him blurting out one evening "It's cold at night, please cover yourselves!", and they don't understand what he means until the night itself arrives.

I liked how Hong-Joo was not afraid of some platonic male skin. XD I feel there are so many drama heroines that scream and look away no matter their personality or age, or that it is made a big deal of, which is weird for me because I grew up going to naked unisex saunas. So to see her not be embarassed but take it in stride and even jokingly asking for a peek, while Woo-tak just smiles was hilarious. I think their comfortable repertoire is what makes me still ship them even if I also like the actual couple. I would kind of like a drama where the romance was the B (or even C) plot and was a cute and simple as Hong-Joo and Woo-tak's, while the main plot is something else entirely. There probably are dramas like that, I just haven't seen them yet.

I keep wondering what Woo-tak's secret is. I'm sure it must have something to do with the bomber from the OTP's childhood, since it feels like a lot is connected to him. As some other beanies suggested, maybe he is their younger brother or the officer's son, and feels like just being related to the murderer makes him a murderer as well. Though I feel that would be a little anticlimactic, but that might just be because that thinking isn't usual in my country, maybe it still is in South-Korea. I hope it is something HE is directly involved in, and not just what others have done.

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When Woo-tak admitted that he dreamed the OTP having that conversation, I realized that now I'm just waiting for him to be unable to look the two in the eye because he dreamed them having sex and him blurting out one evening "It's cold at night, please cover yourselves!"

*fan self*

I think their dreams are PG15. Anything R-rated got censored.

 

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the car almost-kiss, THE actual kiss scene, and then Batman witnessing through the intercom--
i had to pause and scream for a while!!1

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So I am guessing that, the secret that Woo tak is hiding is that ,he is the youngest brother of the soldier who killed both Jae chan's father and Hong joo's father. The whole family would suffer at the end when a sibling/parent is labelled as a murderer. In order to become a police, he must have tried to conceal his identity saying he is a third generation son and is pampered by his parents. So the only person who knows about his real identity is Do hak young.

I loved the scene when Sueng won came home and the cute fluffly Robin greeted him. SO ADORABLE! Btw, who got really scared seeing all that mess in Jae chan's house? I was like dont tell me someone is after Jae chan now. This drama gives me way too many almost heart attacks.

So the famous school 2013 poem made an appearance with lee jong suk again but with a bit of modification. Haha, nice.

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i squeal when he recites the poem. i havent rewatch school 2013 this year but i always remember that poem lol. but he changed it a bit.
robin is the cutest ever, next to jaechan. he ransacked the house and jaechan just ignore it LOL.

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i always remember that poem from school 2013. It is always in my head.I loved that poem so much, i even put that as a status in fb after watching that particular episode of school 2013. That poem has such bittersweet feeling to it.

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Could you be mad at that cute Robinface? He's just so happy to see you and will love you forever.
I'd make a terrible dog owner.

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Found similarities between Woo tak and Joseph Gordon-Levitt's character in The Dark Knight Rises a.k.a. John Blake a.k.a. Robin, besides both of them are police; THOSE SMILES

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i could watch Woo tak's abs ALL DAY! He got some real great abs. May the episodes coming in near future also provide us with more of such amazing stuff.

Btw, all the comments section in the sites on this drama is 90% about Woo tak and the remaining about leads. I know that he is very mysterious, but i dont want him to be a villain, but i cant get it out of my head that he is just maybe the real villain.I just pray that he isnt. I cant believe i am having a second lead syndrome in a Lee jong suk drama. I really love to watch his scenes. Mysterious+cute+adorable+handsome++hot.. He got all the deadly combinations.

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robin the short legged dog with a cute face this emoji😛 fit robin so much when meeting seungwon,hahahaha.
echoing everyone, that seatbelt gag is so funny and cringy lol. and that stair kiss...aww their first kiss so simple and yet so sweet just like normal people will act.
I guess, we all are on right track with Woo Tak.
1)he's the youngest brother from the runaway soldier and the junior cop.
2) their family fall apart after the incident(just like Ki brothers in Pinocchio )
3) he probably adopted because the junior cop kill himself from the guilt(lets not hope so)
4)Woo Tak take it to himself on repaying for the mistake of his brother and continuing sending money to Jung brothers.

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5) he probably know Jaechan and to extend HongJoo because im pretty sure if he IS the youngest brother, he too will be at the funeral that night and witnessing everything.
6) he become a cop and hiding his true identity as runaway soldier brother, as he wants to accepted by his environment.

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And your #6 point could be why he tries extra-hard for his job, as he tries to make up for his brother's terrible acts. Maybe that's an added layer to why he throws himself into life-threatening situations.

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I really loving this drama but I can't shake up this words "Cry briefly, and feel guilty for a short while, but remember for a long, long time.”

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The only thing i take away from this episode is Woo - Tak abs. He is no 1 search ranking because of his abs haha. Because of his abs his face is 100% hotter. I always confused between him and the brother, they look quite alike. Woo-Tak is surely relate to the soldier because he dreams too. WYWS is nice and cute but it moving slow, each episode has like 10 minutes of intense then the rest are filler.

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It must be the writer's goal to have at least one drama throwback per episode hahaha!

I hope Woo Tak isnt going to be the bad guy though. Please dont be!

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👏👏👏👏🎉🎉🎉yes yes yes...finally they kiss...so real... i like the failed car seatbelt jaechan kiss scene..and i like the success door agresif hong ju kiss scene... 😆😆😆😆 i just like it.. the love story between jaechan hongju..so fun, lil bit cringey but i got that feel ..their chemistry is daebak..
and about woo tak.. he is really misterious and handsome and cute and good and has a nice body.. i know and understand why his name trending on naver last night....
he even saw that door spontan kiss scene..but he doesnt look jealous at all i guess.. i hope he jealous too like jaechan.. or maybe woo tak doesnt really love to hong ju..?.. i will like it if woo tak like hong ju too and got jealous..
and i think or i guess .. wootak has some connection with that soldier or that policeman in the past time.. maybe he is a son of that soldier or the policeman..or maybe wootak is a spy from north korea..
and i m curious about the name of wootak dog.. is it the name is robin? or woo bin? ..

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As far as I know his food bowl said Robin a couple of episodes back, and the way they pronounce it also sounds like Robin.
Which makes sense because then we have Batmancop and his Robindog and that's just adorable.

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aaa... i got it. 😁😁 i just remember with kim woo bin..when jaechan call the dog name..

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Could the secret be that he is related to the soldier? He is not the young police man (older brother of the soldier) too old to be his son, maybe he is the younger brother of the soldier and the police man?

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I should probably say something smarter, but really, my main takeaway from this episode is that Jung Hae-in is cute AND hot.

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We will take that as so thing smart..lol

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Damn autocorrect, I meant something

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