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Forest: Episodes 5-8 Open Thread

Our hero and heroine make their home in Miryeong Forest, whether that means building deep(ish) cover within the 119 Forest Rescue Unit, or turning the dilapidated hospital into a success. With a village full of timber magnates, paper-pushing bureaucrats, hot-headed rescue workers, and cranky elders, there’s really not much magic happening in the forest (yet).

 
EPISODES 5-8 WEECAP

An undisclosed amount of time has gone by since last week, and our main characters are busy settling into their new positions. Young-jae decides to take the initiative while she’s locked away in the woods, and starts treating patients (or trying to) and improving the hospital.

San-hyuk has it a little tougher — he’s joined the forest rescue unit (with his lurking ulterior motives), but he’s shamelessly bullied by the team. CHOI CHANG (Noh Kwang-shik) seems to particularly mistrust him… and I think I smell some rivalry cooking up for the future — especially since Chang is already driving Young-jae around in his fancy sports car and taking her out for whole chicken dinners.

One major barrier that San-hyuk faces as a first responder is that he’s almost two hours away from the rescue team’s HQ. This makes their ten-minute turnaround a little difficult, so he seeks local housing… and this leads us to the facts surrounding the mystery cohabitation. We saw hints last week of Young-jae’s quarters, but this week we learn it’s a combo of two houses in one. She’s got one, and the other? Why, San-hyuk of course.

One afternoon, our hero and heroine do what any other normal adult does when they get home after a hard day’s work: peel off their clothes, grab a snack, and head out to the terrace with their PPL speaker and cellphone for some R&R. For San-hyuk, he’s listening to classical music in a towel with a glass of red wine. Across the yard, Young-jae is twerking it out to some pop music and singing into a watering can. Imagine what happens when they finally notice each other. This is definitely the best (best meaning worst) scene in the drama this week.

Being mature adults, though, they quickly establish some house rules, since they both know neither one will budge. Between their new cohabitation and a coincidental meeting at Young-jae’s hospital in Seoul (where San-hyuk is a VVIP), the two seem suddenly closer.

Then, in a mist-filled moment that only a K-drama can conjure, Young-jae suggests they date since she’s got nothing else to do (how flattering). San-hyuk, though, takes her more than seriously and says he’ll date her — and make her take responsibility for the lack of respect she’s shown herself (being belittled by her ex-boyfriend, etc.). And now the games begin! I hope.

San-hyuk shovels on the aegyo now that they’re “dating,” and Young-jae’s not the only one dry heaving. But, it seems like food is the way to her heart, and between the packed lunches from Seoul and the steak cooked in his fancy PPL oven, the two are buds in no time. Despite being annoying, he treats her with respect, and conversely, she impresses him with her nose-to-the-grindstone work ethic — and knot tying abilities. Love is clearly in the air.

For our wider plot, though, not much is happening. San-hyuk weasels his way into getting access to Miryeong Forest for his surveys of evil intention, and we’ve got the annoying rule-keeper OH BO-MI (Jung Yeon-joo) giving people citations left and right. Basically I’m getting Avatar vibes at this point (and I really didn’t like Avatar).

The most excitement was at the end of this week’s episodes, when one of San-hyuk’s cohorts falls off a cliff (don’t ask) and needs to get rescued by the 119 Rescue Team (who are always found pumping iron in their spare time). From the drop kicking of boulders, to the fire hands inconveniently crippling San-hyuk, to the utter convenience of Young-jae there to treat everyone, to the conclusion of her losing it in the OR — this is all very dull, I’m afraid.

So far, there’s still nothing very mysterious about the forest outside of the fact that San-hyuk seems to have every bird call engrained in this brain. Or, that both he and Young-jae seem captivated by the beauty of their environs from time to time — but I call that normal, not mysterious.

I’m secretly hoping there’s a fountain of youth deep in the forest that everyone is protecting, but what I’m really expecting is the shocking realization that Young-jae and San-hyuk’s individual traumas are connected in a fateful past encounter that happened… in the forest.

 
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I knew it! I knew it! "...what I’m really expecting is the shocking realization that Young-jae and San-hyuk’s individual traumas are connected in a fateful past encounter that happened… in the forest." That is totally what I am expecting! Yes, sad to say, when I have nothing else to do, I ff through this to see what's happening, and am looking forward, if nothing else, to finding out I'm right!

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The real question is WHAT WAS THE TRAUMA??

I suspect the major PTSD in this show is the show itself.

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Do you have to watch it to know it's right? 😋

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I love this OTP pairing
Looks great together
Maybe Young Jae’s dad (a fireman) saved San Hyuk in the past....
well I dunno... need more clues

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There's still no magic tree house and no river of life *sad face*.

Anyways, the cohabitation thing reminds me of 'Hotaru no Hikari'. Imo, that was cohabitation hijinks done right and was so fun. Hotaru was relatable, fancy at work and sweatpants lady at home. Hahahaha

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There is probably a magic fox (with nine tails) lurking in the underbrush.

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She's gonna do a Snow White dance-and-song routine next with the forest animals.

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By she, you mean katakwasabi or FL?

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The Forest girl. Duh. Kat is the river. She's like not human.

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She can manage. Forest is magical. 👐

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Honestly, the aegyo was insane and ridiculous and out of character and actually hilarious but apart from that tasty side this was just more boring trope salad.
I'm sorry, my Forest friends, I won't be around to see what your Secret in the Forest is. I'll just read your very funny weecaps.

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Maybe we can watch this when it ends. Ala Heirs? 🤭

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And subject the rest of us to the sight of you three going slowly insane again? No, just forget about this one! 😂

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I think their level of sanity is already a proven fact. Forest won't make it worse. It will only make it better.... for us.

So yes! Please continue to watch, you brave beans!

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I feel nothing watching this.. I won't go insane!

It's only when I'm watching this, I feel like I'm not feeling.. I tend to feel a lot but I don't know if I feel I'm feeling when watching this.. see, not insane at all!

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I'll keep watching with the rest of you. This show is so weird and odd and completely nuts I can't stop. His aegyo is so over the top - but I can't stop watching!
So I'll go crazy with the rest of you okay?

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Same here. I think it’s the script problem and a bit of issue with directorial part.
However I appreciate the stunts in this show. I think it’s tough to film mountainside

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Can't wait for your witty/snarky comments. Will it involved whittling toothpicks? 🤭

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oh yes - there must be some toothpick whittling - especially in the forest - and a logging mill! Maybe she will figure out a new surgery technique using only wood and maybe a towel perhaps? *wink wink*

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Ooohhh.. [rubbing hands in glee]. I ❤ the way you think already. Although I think she must first figure out how to function normally first before removing Oppa's towel for surgery. 😏

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Okay - I think that now I'm just going to watch it thinking that the cast and crew are not taking this show seriously.
unless there are toothpicks or towels involved..

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Hmm...

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You hear the call, right?

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Not as yet.
But if this comments section gets any more enjoyable I'll keep watching it just to pitch in weekly.

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This very much reminds me of Heirs, where I got sucked in just because it was SO bad that I felt obsessively compelled to dissect each episode in gory detail.

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I can’t help watching coz I think both actors have good chemistry although the writing is inconsistent and the character building is a bit flawed

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Here I go again... Jo Boa has this ability to make me what whatever she is in, usually against my better judgment. And I agree, she's got great chemistry with Park Hae-jin. I will generously set aside the problematic plotting and downright ridiculous editing and just watch for relationship hijinks.

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I know, and I can't explain in a logical manner why I'm enjoying it. But I am. More so than any other kdrama right now. It may or may not continue to be so.

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I am with you. I can’t put a finger on it. The story is bizarre. The side characters oddly caricatured. But something keeps me watching. I put it down to the 2 leads. Moments of tenderness when they connect. Even if some of the scenes are just way over the top and cliche. They just click for me.

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If the show would just commit to being solid rolled-gold trash, I'd be in till the end. When it's embracing trashy, it's actually fun.

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That's it! It's embracing trashy. Why not just "go for it" ya' know.
Better than "taking itself too seriously".
Guess I was just in the mood for it. However, I did ff thru most of episode 7.

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I liked that she wanted Korean food, not Western food, especially bread.
I liked the emergency training part.
Etc.
Some of the scenes and directing are downright bizarre.

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So far the only character I like is the Citation Lady. And the dog.

Oh wait.. there is no dog :(

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Since I don't like dogs, that's another plus.

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I dislike everyone in this show except Oppa.

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That doctor lady is supposedly around 30'ish and had a former lover before he kicked her to the curb (or forest). Yet she panics and screams because some guy is bare chested. That trope was tired and old back in 1948 or so, but it still keeps showing up. Why?

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Maybe that's the secret. It turns people into teenagers. She with her chaste screams and Park Who Jin with his school boy cringey aegyos.

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Yep, every time I think we're moving past this nonsense it rears its ugly head again. So far 2019 has been a bad year for Candy.

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Would have been much better if the FL had taken a *GOOD* look and licked her lips, and PHJ’s character did the screaming.

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... and then the towel fall off.

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I mean, why haven't they reached the point yet that towels fall off more.
That reminds me - in the c-drama An Oriental Odyssey, the towel did fall off and all the females saw him and didn't look away.

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Lip licking. I'd love to see that. The only time I've seen it was Goblin. That ghost did a disgusting tongue thingy...it was so creepy and revolting and awesome.

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I thought she screamed because she was caught in her underwear.

For a better towel scene see My Holo Love, where ML can't decide what to cover with it.

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That's a disservice to teens. Maybe middle schoolers? Teens like to stare.

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I'm enjoying the two guys competing with each other and showing off.... there is definitely bromance in the air with these two...

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Well, I am not too thrill about it even in episode 1-2. Saw enough of that in elementary school.

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This makes me want to try it at some point. I do adore PHJ, so I'm sure I'll make an effort someday.

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Hahaha same here. I am looking forward to the show every episode despite its shortcoming

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Perhaps it's the narms? 😉

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I was going to drop this but @missvictrix had to post that beguiling pic of long-towelled Oppa, so....

Sigh.

Soldier on, brave YY. You can do this for Oppa! Fighting!

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Also, and we've discussed this endlessly YY: it's THE LAW.

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There's no such law!! If your fave's drama sucks DROP IT SHOW NO MERCY!!!!

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Sorry, he's not just their fave he's their Oppa. The Oppa law applies.

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Out of curiosity, what's the consequences of you break the Oppa Law? Is there such thing as being burn in drama hell? Or maybe no more bare chested Oppa in future?

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Oppa will be sad

@yn00na

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Yes, yes. The Oppa Law is a CURSE. I had no choice but to watch it.

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Soldier on YY! Thank you for holding on.

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I put up a pic for you on my page...

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Thank you. Just knowing that you think of me when you see Oppa warms my heart.

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Hahaha the towel and the biceps and the taut looking abdomen... now I know why I am staying on for this show

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He did look good, didn't he? I caught myself smiling when he said, Ah. Looking good...or something like that to his mirror reflection. That was the only scene I liked. The rest of the show was torture.

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Yes I would like to think it’s not overacting coz I have seen Park Hae Jin performing well in other roles. I am willing to watch anything he is in... I think the show is exploiting him with the shower scene and all those topless scenes... not that I am complaining *grin*

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Mountain Movement posted a little video on IG of PHJ repeatedly sticking his fingers in her eyes in a boink-ish manner. It completely terrified me and I can't decide if I feel sorrier for him or her that they had to do that. Anyhoo, did that happen in this ep?

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It did. I was horrified.

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I FF, too. She is so annoying. The Citation Lady is also annoying. I don't know why, but everyone annoys me in this show. I almost felt annoyed with Oppa - gasp! - when he did the cute. I felt really bad after that. Because I love Oppa. How could I be annoyed with Oppa?

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Because he was annoyingly cute? Because cute doesn't suit oppa? Because oppa doesn't have d**mp**s that you could insert t**thp**ks into? 🤣🤣

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@msrabbit likes to live dangerously.

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@ndlessjoie I don't know what you're talking about. 😉

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Thank you! Def skipping this ep if I ever get brave enough to try this show. Sometimes I have to ff thru half a drama if an actress is annoying (Suspicious Partners) or I might have to mute the entire drama due to a really awful soundtrack. That last one happened with Something in the Rain AND One Spring Night.
*Edited. For the record, Tune in for Love has a very tolerable soundtrack and I'm loving the romance so far!

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"..Being mature adults..".

Are watching the same show?

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I think she meant it sarcastically.

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Giggling at @missvictrix's snarky weecap.

Well. Just when I thought I could actually tolerate this drama, they had to end with a what-the-heck blood-splattered ridiculous scene. I am not happy. Yes, Oppa. I am talking to you.

Oppa, please stop with the cute. I can't take it anymore. I feel sick.

Oppa, you looked really good in that long towel. And that preening scene in front of the mirror. You have a very nice torso, Oppa. It's a bit pale, but @azzo1 says she's going to tan you up properly. So, I'm hopeful I get to see you all tanned next week, Oppa.

Oppa, I love it when you do the icy Oppa act. You do cold, mean jerk so beautifully. But you're changing, Oppa. You've got your hair down, and you're nagging her about cereal and meat, and I guess you're falling in love with her. You do tend to fall in love easily, Oppa. Though this time, it's more credible than M2M. You were a sappy, crying mess there, Oppa. So not you. No offence, Oppa. I love you, but I don't believe in sugar-coating, Oppa. So, no crying here, Oppa, you hear? Get a grip. You are Oppa. Oppa is cool. Oppa doesn't cry. Oppa just stares into the dark. Maybe, a gleam of tears. Like Yoo Jung in Cheese. You were perfect there, Oppa. You were in pristine Oppa form. Why can't I find that Oppa anymore? What happened to that Oppa?

Oppa, you look beautiful standing in the mist. Misty Oppa brings out all kinds of softness in me. It makes my heart melt, honestly. And the lake as backdrop with that song playing and you frowning...ah, I swoon. Maybe you could try Rainy Oppa next? Like dash out into the rain and kiss her or something. Just remember. No. Crying.

Oppa, I don't really care about the air rescue plot. I did gasp when your fire hand appeared. I had almost forgotten about it.

Not liking the show, Oppa. Tolerating it for you. And for my committment to the Oppa Law.

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Ooo.... there's blood splatters? And Oppa being cute? Sounds like a good episode. Why are you feeling sick?

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She has a meltdown in surgery. She's in scrubs and her face and scrubs are splattered with blood. Everyone sees her freaking out on her knees and snaps pics of her. Oppa strides in and twirls around - I am telling you he did a twirl, and I was like, Whoa, Oppa is dancing? Are you sure, Oppa? Dancing? At this time? - and I look again, and Oppa is actually snatching their phones coolly and dumping them in the fish tank!!!! And I go, Whoa, Oppa. You wanna kill the fish in the fish tank? And then I think, Was there any fish in the fish tank? Do you see how stressful this is for me? Like it puts all these thoughts in my head!

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🤣🤣 I think the key to watching this is to check out your brain before watching.

Oppa doing twirl. Hard to imagine. But I .don't. want.to.watch.

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How did you know that I was trying to trick you into watching?

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I didn't. But thanks for confessing. Now I am going to be extra careful in reading your comments. 😏🧐

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Tell me. Were there fish swimming inside the fish tank? I desperately want to know.

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Although phones nowadays are waterproof. That cool move could be all for naught...

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He could have bitten them in two perhaps? And why does he think that dropping them in the tank will destroy the memory card?

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I did not see any fish, but if so I feel sorry for them.

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Actually, there were a lot of fish, I could count at least 11 (yes, I paused it to count).. Poor fish, I need to tell Oppa to be more considerate to Fish, there is a fish-cult on DB somewhere, they might not like that!

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In EP8. By far the low light of the show so far. Here you have this heroic brave can make surgical tools from dead animals doctor who should be used to blood and guts. And what does she do? Well, she goes total candy on us of course - completely horrified that some guy actually has blood and injuries. She is the worst doctor ever. And bottom of the barrel even for a candy. I hope she gets bitten by a rabid duck.

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She would probably scream and give the rabid duck a cardiac arrest before it sinks its beak into her.

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God I can't remember the last time I was this annoyed with a show. Maybe while watching Abyss?

Even if I ignore the awful aegyo, I can't get over how immature and just plain dumb everyone is. Why are they all so bad at their day jobs? Why do they argue like 10 year olds? Why are the 2nd ML and FL sooo annoying?

PHJ I like you but I don't know if I like you this much - the towel and the mist will probably make me come back but you're on wafer thin ice my friend 😠

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It makes me grit my teeth, and my chest fills tight watching the episodes. Excruciatingly slow. It alternates between boring and contrived. It takes decades to finish an episode, even with the FF button. The last time I felt like this was watching Item. What a waste of acting talent.

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Are you me?! Coz I started fast-forwarding in the first few minutes of episode 5 but it still took me 2 days to finish the episodes.

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When even the aegyo is bad, you KNOW the show is bad. And I am still trying to figure out why that guy ran from the car - not like anyone can trace a license plate, check the GPS map, or look at the dashcam or anything. Besides being full of stupid people, the plot is so full of holes that you could drive a Bear of Doom through them.

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Loled at Bear of Doom. As much as the show is annoying me, the comments are giving me life!

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I am enjoying the show; I like the leads, but otherwise I can't identify any particular reason. I thought that the aegyo was not meant to be taken seriously. He was purposely trying to annoy her, it was not to be a serious attempt to woo her, so it wasn't contrary to his character. It was over the top because he meant it to be over the top.

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The only reason I am watching this show of oppa is because I am trying to find the correct FF speed to watch this show on, I have been trying to fine tune between 1.6x-2x. I am enjoying this show mostly at speed of 1.8×

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Oppa would be so sad to know that we are watching him speed through his sleek Oppa moves. Poor Oppa. But honestly, it is the FF button that keeps me going. I even skipped chunks of scenes featuring Oppa rock-climbing. I couldn't summon an ounce of interest. I knew Oppa wouldn't fall. I knew they were trying to make me worry. I knew Oppa was faking it.

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I watched mostly scenes of OTP only. Citation girl wasn’t interesting. And the other men... just not into them

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I did not like Avatar either.

The most entertaining moments of this week’s episodes were: San-hyuk deciding to rescue Young-jae at the big Seoul reception – by announcing that they are engaged. Etc. It was the first time that I actually thought that there was some hope for him as a human being. (2) Young-jae being taken along on police car chase by her high school frenemy Oh Bo-mi (which results in San-hyuk’s cohort needing to be rescues.

I was truly annoyed that Young-jae could even be in the OR for the operation (did a second faster chopper pick her up and take her there so she could do this?)- that was ludicrous. Even more ludicrous was drop kicking that boulder- in real life trying to do that would have resulted in a severely crushed foot- this is simple physics guys.

At this point the only characters that I like are the forest itself and Oh Bo-mi, our determined law officer. She may indeed by annoying at times but only because she is determined to set things right. She has integrity and honesty. If the writers are smart they will conjure up a really stormy secondary romance between her and Choi Chang- it would have to be stormy because of Chang’s father. A tough but natural conflict situation. Sadly, I fear that the writers may miss that boat.

As I see it the actors in this show (including the Forest) are trying but the writers are not. Once again we have Kdrama writers who needed an editor- even more than in, for instance, ANGEL’S LAST MISSION which also had fundamental flaws of logic. The difference is that ANGEL’S LAST MISSION had the outstanding talent and extra-ordinary skill of Shin Hye-sun who could pull off a miracle performance to make the show work and even be good despite the logic flaws and inconsistencies in the writing. It is absolutely unfair to ask that our actors perform at that same level- lets face it, only Shin Hye-sun is capable of that kind of brilliant performance.

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San-hyuk seems to me is a person who is either ALL IN or not playing at all, no in between states. I just wish the drama had given us some why for SH deciding to get involved with YJ’s life.

And yes the SML and OBM are absolutely set up for a stormy relationship.

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I had to think for a while. Who is San hyuk? And then I realised it was Oppa! See? I don't even remember their names. They're just Oppa, Annoying Doctor Girl, Annoying Police Girl, Annoying Air Rescue Guy, Annoying Air Rescue Boss and Annoying Doctor Guy.

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I only knew because of the original post, not because I cared or remembered. 😂

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It's lurveeee.
Why? Because:
1) She is the female lead
2) They live together
3) She annoyed him
4) She knows how to tie a knot the correct way.
5) She saw him in just his long towel. No woman outside of his mother did that.

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4 really annoyed me. Look up a knot by name on YouTube, and you can find many instructive videos on how to do it. Our ML is supposed to be a hyper competent person, but can’t be bothered to YouTube it?

5 would point to lurstttt rather than lurveee?

3 as I saw his character, his normal reaction would be to crush an annoyance, not protect it?

Ah, this desire for linear logic, for cause and effect! Argh!

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Haha. Sorry.
3 that's if he's normal. And he is... not.

4 I don't get it either. He's supposed to be a genius. How hard will that be to learn?

5 lursssttt on her side. Lurveee from his.

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What is the lust thing you speak of?
I think it's banned in Korea.

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@leetennant, most forms of lust are perfectly legal and in fact glamorized in SK. For example, lust for power, lust for money, lust for the latest bit of couture, latest whatever...

What seems to be not allowed, given SK’s pretend puritanical culture, is lust in the sexual sense.

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Reply to (5) I am sure one ex gf will turn up.... in the later episodes

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But had she seen him just in his long towel?

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5) About towel...Maybe not... ex GF left him coz he was too busy and she didn’t get to see him in his topless state coz they didn’t cohabit ... she is the first female he lived with besides his mom

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Episode 8 was the most annoying ever since the first episode of Heirs. Yeah, it was that bad.

As an engineer, I know 100% that the whole eco-friendly house thing is total BS (I guess those were fake power lines I saw back around ep3?). Those stupid bicycle generators would barely supply enough to run a single refrigerator for more than an hour or so per day - yet all the lights in the house are on. I think the writer got his science from Gwyneth Paltrow.

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Unless he repeatedly sexually assaults her, manhandles her, and tries to control all her friendships, then it will always be better than Heirs.

But, yeah, that bicycle scene was ridiculous.

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Right- I forgot about the 'Eco-house' thing. Sadly there are people who actually think that kind of thing would work. More bad physics. Not only do these writers need an editor but also a scientifically literate technical advisor.

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🤣🤣🤣 i like this thread a lot. I miss the snark. 😎 so based on all your comments I think I am better off reading the weecaps. 😁

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@yn00na asks a Very Important Question.

@leetennant @msrabbit @ndlessjoie @windsun33 @katakwasabi @maybemaknae @hebang @oppafangirl @azzo1

What happens if you break the Oppa Law?

There are CONSEQUENCES.

1. You start to sweat when you see Oppa's face in random posts.

2. You feel very, very bad.

3. You hear someone crying, I AM SORRY, OPPA. I AM SO, SO SORRY.

4. You realise that cry is coming from YOU.

5. You try to sleep. But when you close your eyes, you see Oppa looking sadly at you.

6. Sometimes, Oppa mouths words to you. I AM SO SAD. In Korean. In English. On weekends, he mouths in French.

7. You see Oppa everywhere. In the kitchen, sniffing
coffee. At the bbq grill, roasting chicken with his fire hands. In the shower, wrapped in a long, long towel.

8. So you give up. Click on Forest. Surrender to Oppa. Finger ready on the FF button.

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You don't break the Oppa Law, that's LAW!
You can't escape it.. you just need to brace yourself, scream FOR OPPA and power through!

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Hmmm... the consequences here feel more as reward than punishment. You can't hardly complain seeing Oppa bbq-ing chicken with his roast hand while wearing nothing but long towel. Seeing Oppa with teary sad face just give you reason to give him a comforting hug and to kiss the tears away?

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Agree. I can listen to Oppa speaks any languages I don't know all day.

I think punishment would be:
1. You will cohabitate with Oppa in an eco-friendly house in an ordinary Forest (no secret. No bodies).
2. Oppa will shower you with cringey aegyos all day because he's got nothing better to do.
3. You will have to scream everytime you see Oppa in long towel (even though you'd rather stare), and the rabid duck will come to get you.
4. You have to cycle all day cuz, you know, the house uses electric stoves. And no, Oppa won't use his fiery hands.

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Oh.. and
5. You'll whittle toothpicks for a living. (Gotta work in @stpauligurl's narrative here)

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Yeah it's wonderful being non committal. Try it.

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What's the fun in that (for us)? 😉

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Could it be that the writer has a sense of humor? Because SH caused a power outage with his PPL massage chair..... That, at least, was funny.

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Thank you for the recap @missvictrix.
As much as I loved reading your comments, I don't think I can continue watching this show.

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This show is the best sleep aid. A half episode on the night you are tossing and turning will put you in deep sleep. Added advantage is more you use it less doses are needed. Now a days I fall asleep as soon as I think about pressing play button (The reason I have not watched remaining half episode 8).

Thank you show for being my sleep aid and sorry for disclosing your secret.

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You cracked me up. Seriously. @azzo1, @msrabbit, @katakwasabi @leetennant This is the Secret.

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Ohhh..sounds like the drama can be used for sleep therapy. Ahaha

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Aegyo oppa is terrifying. And it looks like he's adamant to embarass Young Jae whenever he can. His aegyo is so over the top, the way he walks to YJ is like a horror movie scene 😅.

I got confused at the end of ep 8. I thought the hospital scene was a flashback. But seems like its not as Sang Hyuk was there to help Young Jae after her breakdown.

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Do you һave any video of that? I'd ԝant to find out ome additional іnformation.

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