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Itaewon Class: Episode 10

It almost feels too good to be true when the break our hero needs to finally tip the scales in his favor falls into his lap. With the support of his friends and allies, Sae-ro-yi makes a new play to take Jang Ga down but President Jang won’t go without a fight and his counter-attack could spell the end for someone important to Sae-ro-yi.

  
EPISODE 10 RECAP

In a coffee shop, Geun-won freezes mid-chuckle when Yi-seo coldly tells him to stop. His confusion turns to rage as Yi-seo flips over her phone and plays back Geun-won casually confessing to Dad’s death. He fails to snatch back the phone and Yi-seo sighs that she loves Sae-ro-yi like crazy and is jealous of how preoccupied he is with Jang Ga. Geun-won lunges for her but Yi-seo throws hot coffee in his eyes. As he howls, Yi-seo vows to destroy Jang Ga and leaves.

Geun-won gives chase and quickly catches her outside, slapping her so hard she crumples to the ground. Demanding her phone, Geun-won couches down to hit her again. Yi-seo laughs that they’re in Itaewon and turns to the gathering crowd of expats, tearfully begging for help. A handful of men step up to Yi-seo’s defense but Geun-won cockily throws a handful of cash in the air. The crowd confusedly picks up the bills as Geun-won spits that money solves problems anywhere – before taking a fist to the face.

Sae-ro-yi helps an overjoyed Yi-seo to her feet and she excitedly tells him that she got Geun-won’s confession. He doesn’t even seem to hear her as he stares at her bloodied lip, gently asking what happened to her face. Yi-seo winces and Sae-ro-yi advances on Geun-won, demanding if he’s responsible. Geun-won confirms he did it and taunts Sae-ro-yi to punch him again. Fury burning in his eyes, Sae-ro-yi glares at Geun-won but before he can do anything, Yi-seo grabs his arm and snaps him back to his senses.

Police sirens wail and Geun-won tries to flee, but the expats block his path. He’s sullen as he is hauled away in the patrol car and Yi-seo tells Sae-ro-yi to let it go. Sae-ro-yi asks if she’s okay and Yi-seo cheerfully says that seeing him worried and angry over her is enough for her. Patting her hair, Sae-ro-yi apologizes and pulls Yi-seo into a hug. She melts into hit happily as he continues to pat her back gently.

The next day, Yi-seo’s post goes viral, incurring public outrage. President Jang brutally slaps his son, fuming at Geun-won for hitting Yi-seo when he was told to hire her. Geun-won can only mumble weak apologies as President Jang hits him again and again, cursing his stupidity. Raising his hand a fifth time, President Jang sighs when Geun-won flinches and declares him not even worthy a beating. Dismissed, Geun-won leaves and is immediately approached by Min-jung.

She’s sympathetic and says that he was wrong, but what’s done is done. Patting his shoulder, Min-jung promises Geun-won that the company will resolve matters and sashays into President Jang’s office. She recommends he dismiss Geun-won immediately, warning that when his involvement is revealed, it will no longer be just a family issue. President Jang wonders suspiciously how Min-jung knows and she points out that Yi-seo uploaded Geun-won’s confession. As Geun-won was a teen at the time, it would be impossible for him to handle it alone.

Over at Danbam, Seung-kwon and Hyun-yi were just as blindsided as President Jang and admit they’re unsure how to act now. Yi-seo coolly retorts that they should do their jobs and Sae-ro-yi agrees. Ho-jin calls and when Sae-ro-yi goes to meet him and Min-jung, he brings Yi-seo. Min-jung is unhappy Yi-seo’s video negatively impacted Jang Ga stocks, but Yi-seo nonchalantly says it would’ve happened anyway when Min-jung replaces President Jang.

Yi-seo asserts that the current situation is ideal for usurping President Jang since stockholders will be furious at the Jang family. Yi-seo warns that it could easily backfire, however, and declares there are two conditions they must meet. Jumping to the following morning, Detective Oh admits his shame to Hye-won. Sae-ro-yi and Min-jung arrive to see Detective Oh, but he’s frantically searching for Hye-won that ran out at the news. They split up and thankfully, Hye-won is quickly located at the park.

Sobbing, Hye-won says she feels bad for Sae-ro-yi but that she doesn’t want her father to be taken from her. Min-jung gently explains that it takes a lot of courage to take responsibility for a mistake and Hye-won should be proud of Detective Oh. Embracing his daughter, Detective Oh apologizes and vows to be an honorable person. Flashing back, we see that Yi-seo’s first condition was to get Geun-won charged for his crime against Dad, which is why Sae-ro-yi and Min-jung had come to get Detective Oh to turn himself in.

Sure enough, Geun-won pulls up to the courthouse amidst a crowd of reporters vying for a statement. Muttering that he’ll cooperate with the investigation, Geun-won disappears inside. Across town, Yi-seo declares the first condition has been met but tells the others they now need to figure out President Jang’s intentions. If he chooses to protect his son, or even remain silent, they’ll have the upper-hand. But she says if President Jang abandons his Geun-won, they might as well give up.

Ho-jin tries to argue they still have stocks and Min-jung’s supporters, but Yi-seo asserts that choosing the company over his son will appease the stockholders. Sae-ro-yi is confident President Jang will abandon Geun-won and suggests they try to gather evidence against President Jang as a backup. Ho-jin points out that President Jang was thorough in the past, so there’s nothing to be found. However, Ho-jin believes President Jang will never abandon Geun-won, so Min-jung agrees to wait and see.

At Jang Ga HQ, Geun-won’s lawyer announces that Yi-seo’s recording was dismissed so there’s no doubt Geun-won will be released on lack of evidence. Geun-won sighs relief and Present Jang barks that Jang Ga took a huge hit thanks to this chaos. He dismisses Geun-won and the lawyer but holds Soo-ah back. Once they’re alone, Soo-ah says he should abandon Geun-won. President Jang argues that Geun-won will be off scot-free but Soo-ah argues that the damage is enough for Min-jung to steal his seat.

President Jang tells her he was born the eldest of four children. His youngest sibling starved to death while the remaining two died from eating rotten food in the streets. President Jang: “I built Jang Ga Co. so that my family could eat good food and will never have to starve again.” He says he’ll never abandon his son and explains that this scandal caused only half the damage as Geun-won’s incident 8 years ago… which stabilized in 6 months.

President Jang’s confidence comes from his confidence that Jang Ga foods are delicious. He further asserts that Min-jung knows better than betray him because he’s the only person who can represent Jang Ga. Soo-ah apologizes and President Jang levels a glare at her, “Don’t you dare… Don’t you dare tell me to abandon my family ever again.” Outside, Min-jung’s spy texts her a play-by-play of the conversation. Satisfied, Min-jung pushes forward with the plan.

That evening Geun-won explodes when he sees the notice of the proposal for President Jang’s dismissal. He crashes the meeting and screams at Min-jung for attacking President Jang how’s “done nothing wrong.” Oh honey… Min-jung barks back that President Jang appointed an incompetent fool like Geun-won as a director and continues to protect him despite the losses and shame be brings to the company. Geun-won tries to argue she’d promised to help and Min-jung reiterates that she’d said the company would handle it – and they are.

Geun-won wanders out dejectedly and runs into Soo-ah. She tells him she’d advised President Jang to dismiss Geun-won, but he’d chosen to protect his son. “‘Blood is thicker than water,'” Soo-ah scoffs, “I hate that saying mor than anything. But I guess it’s true.” She stalks off leaving Geun-won even more shaken. Meanwhile, Geun-soo reads the news articles and admits to Hyun-yi that he feels conflicted about his father’s dismissal. He wonders how he can feel that way knowing what President Jang did to Sae-ro-yi but Hyun-yi thinks it’s normal since President Jang is still his father.

They return downstairs where Yi-seo is explaining the dismissal to Seung-kwon. Hyun-yi coughs loudly and Seung-kwon clams up but Sae-ro-yi openly admits they were discussing President Jang. “I’m sure you know this,” he adds, “Your dad is my enemy.” Sae-ro-yi continues that he’ll do anything to make President Jang pay for his sins and to surpass him in business. Ignoring Hyun-yi and Seung-kwon’s protests, Sae-ro-yi tells Geun-soo that he won’t change his plan over Geun-soo’s feelings.

“I’m sure you also don’t want me to do things that I don’t mean,” Sae-ro-yi concludes, pointing out that despite knowing everything, Geun-soo chose to stay at Danbam. Choking back tears, Geun-soo glances at Yi-seo and then excuses himself for some air. Yi-seo says that this too was bound to happen. Outside, Geun-soo thinks to himself that he agrees with Sae-ro-yi, admitting he was actually impressed. Recalling Yi-seo’s teasing words that if Geun-soo wants her, he should take over Jang Ga, Geun-soo thinks, “So you’re saying it’s okay for me to want you, right?”

The following morning, Geun-won visits President Jang before heading to the prosecutor’s office. He informs his father that the lawyer prepared a statement and he should be able to return to work tomorrow. President Jang interjects that he’s spent his life building Jang Ga, musing “I, Jang Dae-hee, am Jang Ga Co. itself.” He declares that no one can drive him out and tells his son to handle his own business and not worry about his father.

Geun-won goes to leave, but President Jang continues that he’d always disciplined Geun-won in order to hand Jang Ga over someday. Fixing Geun-won’s tie, he laments that as a father, he’s never once hugged his son. He pulls Geun-won into an embrace and Geun-won cries at the first expression of affection in his life. President Jang tells him to get going and Geun-won leaves. To Soo-ah’s confusion, President Jang says they should be heading out too.

In the lobby, Geung-won runs into Sae-ro-yi, who explains he’s here to cast his shareholder vote for President Jang’s dismissal. Sae-ro-yi thanks Geun-won, “I couldn’t see the end of it. But thanks to you, it seems possible.” Enraged, Geun-won nearly punches Sae-ro-yi but Secretary Kim warns him not to make matters worse. Geun-won spits that he and his father aren’t people Sae-ro-yi can mess with and storms out.

The Danbam crew wait anxiously for news and Seung-kwon says it’s good Geun-soo has the day off. Hyun-yi suddenly freezes and shows them something on her phone. Turns out President Jang is holding a press conference. To the crowded room of reporters, President Jang passionately tells them that he’s here as a father, not a chairman. He apologizes for Geun-won, admitting that he didn’t discipline him correctly. Explaining that Geun-won will be found not guilty for lack of evidence, President Jang shocks everyone by announcing that Geun-won confessed to him after the first hearing.

In her office, Min-jung declares they’re doomed. President Jang continues to sob crocodile tears to the reporters, claiming no prior knowledge and Geun-won covered it up alone. Geun-won orders Secretary Ki, to stop the car while President Jang wails that he looked into the case and confirmed Geun-won’s guilt. At a stoplight, Geun-won takes the opportunity to jump out of the car, racing back to his father and losing his tie in the process. President Jang admits he hesitated, but upon learning the truth, he turned all the evidence over to the prosecutors.

Min-jung is on the phone screaming there’s no way President Jang didn’t know while he announces his son must pay for his crimes. Overwhelmed, Sae-ro-yi runs to the bathroom to be sick. Meanwhile, Soo-ah looks on through tears as President Jang lies, “To the victim who passed away because of my son and his family, I sincerely apologize. We will regret it for the rest of our lives.” Apologizing fervently, President Jang bows deeply, finally kneeling on the podium as Soo-ah covers her mouth in distress.

Afterwards, President Jang leaves through a throng of avid reporters just as Geun-won arrives at the location. The men stare at each other for a charged moment as Geun-won realizes what President Jang’s hug meant. Tears slide down his face and President Jang gets into a car and leaves. Accepting his abandonment, Geun-won admits to the reporters that everything is his fault. Heartbreakingly, President Jang’s dismissal is rejected.

Later, Min-jung sits in President Jang’s office and he coolly informs her he holds no grudge. He believes she did it all for Jang Ga and reveals he’s been aware of her spy in his office. President Jang sighs that Min-jung must be disappointed but she corrects that she merely underestimated him. He continues that he’s disappointed but won’t kick her out because her father was his partner. Instead, he’s exiling her to the Pajin office to clear her head.

Sae-ro-yi meets Min-jung and Ho-jin at Jang Ga’s pub that evening. She’s already quite drunk and loudly declares that they never had a drink together as partners. Ho-jin apologizes guiltily and Min-jung shushes him. Sae-ro-yi asks what she’ll do now and Min-jung pouts that her supporters have all been ousted and she has not choice but to do as she’s told. Ho-jin continues to apologize all night and when he scurries to the bathroom, she grumbles that he has no reason to be sorry for her choices.

She asks what Sae-ro-yi’s plans are and he says he’ll find another way. She’s surprised he’s not giving up when the odds are stacked against him and Sae-ro-yi points out they always have been. He says that despite their failure, Geun-won will still pay for his crime and President Jang lost a son. Min-jung pouts that she lost everything and Sae-ro-yi agrees – she lost, but he didn’t. She tuts that he really can be a jerk and her eyes fall on Dad’s watch.

Min-jung recognizes it and Sae-ro-yi admits he wears it whenever he as something important to do. Min-jung continues that during the 1997 IMF financial crisis, there was one dish that saved Jang Ga. Sae-ro-yi recalls reading about it in President Jang’s biography – Jang Ga’s signature dish that made the company what it is now. Min-jung confirms that it wouldn’t be an understatement to say Jang Ga wouldn’t be where it is without the special sauce. “Marketing always needs a good story,” she muses, “It’s more compelling to say that it was developed by the chairman, not a mere employee.”

Sae-ro-yi is confused and Min-gun reveals, “It was Mr. Park who made this sauce. It’s the dish developed by Mr. Park. And what he got in return for giving credit to the chairman is this watch.” She growls that Dad should’ve been the last person kicked out of Jang Ga. Min-jung agrees that she’s the one who lost today and thinks Sae-ro-yi will do better. She tells him to hold out his hand and slaps it. “I’ve passed the baton,” Min-jung announces, “Make sure to win, Sae-ro-yi.”

President Jang and Sae-ro-yi both attend Geun-won’s hearing where he’s declared guilty and sentenced to 7 years in prison. Geun-soo is led away and Sae-ro-yi looks thoughtfully at Dad’s watch before standing to leave as well. President Jang calls after him, assuming Sae-ro-yi is now satisfied. “Not at all,” Sae-ro-yi retorts, “You’re sitting comfortably right there.” President Jang commends him for teaming with Min-jung but tsks that Jang Ga won’t fall apart easily.

Sae-ro-yi questions whether the company is worth abandoning his son and President Jang says he’ll do anything for Jang Ga. He admits he still feels bitter and Sae-ro-yi points out Geun-won is just paying for his crime. President Jang growls that Sae-ro-yi is crossing the line but Sae-ro-yi’s expression remains calm as he says President Jang is next. Finally admitting that Sae-ro-yi is his enemy, President Jang vows to make him regret it. “I will offer my life to make the same promise,” Sae-ro-yi counters.

Later, Sae-ro-yi visits Dad’s grave, apologizing for not coming sooner. He says he was a bad son that went to jail without finishing the funeral and felt too guilty to visit. He lays the paper reporting Geun-soo’s sentence next to the grave and kneels, saying that while he may be a bad son, he has a lot of good people around him. Sae-ro-yi pours a drink for Dad and himself, telling him not to worry anymore and rest in peace. Taking the shot, Sae-ro-yi once more hears Dad asking how it tastes. Through tears, Sae-ro-yi says, “It’s still… bitter.”

  
COMMENTS

Y’all… I am doing my best to keep this a family-friendly post but know that expletives have been said, even if I won’t repeat them here. There is so much to unpack this hour, so let’s start with President Jang: I honestly had not thought it possible to hate President Jang more than I already do… and then the show just casually drops in that the entire Jang Ga empire hinges on Dad’s recipe? As if Dad’s death and Sae-ro-yi’s backstory weren’t tragic enough! Just chuck my heart into a woodchipper, it would be faster.

And in case you doubted he was a villain, President Jang tells Soo-ah that he built the company – on Dad’s back, mind you – to ensure his family never went hungry again only to chuck Geun-won into the sun in order to keep his claws in the company. I wonder if President Jang can even see the irony here. He may be eeeeeeevil but the further into the show we get, the more I find President Jang to be quite pathetic. His hatred for Sae-ro-yi is beyond petty, especially now that we know he wouldn’t even have his money and power without Dad.

The character that continues to frustrate me the most, however, is Soo-ah. Just as I was starting to like her, she throws a wrench in our hero’s plans by warning President Jang that Min-jung will likely betray him and he should oust Geun-won to avoid losing the company. It’s so strange because she didn’t have to say anything. Whether President Jang retained his position or was usurped by Min-jung, Soo-ah’s position in the company is secured. Her unnecessary and frankly unwarranted loyalty continues to baffle me. During the press conference, the tears in her eyes seemed sympathetic to Jang… but I hold out a sliver of hope that Soo-ah is running her own long con.

She doesn’t appear to be waffling anymore. After the bus scene, she has been much more resolute about her standing with Jang and Sae-ro-yi’s confession last episode is another confidence boost I’m not sure she needed. The threat of Yi-seo winning Sae-ro-yi’s affections made her think twice about taking his feelings for granted but when Soo-ah told him it was getting harder for them to be together; I don’t think she was talking about external factors. This episode she finally admitted she liked Sae-ro-yi back… but it wasn’t even to him, so what’s the point?

Speaking of ill-fated loves, Geun-soo is in quite a precarious position. Yi-seo teasing him about taking over Jang Ga has been swirling around his mind and now that Geun-won is in prison, President Jang will need his backup successor. His inescapable bond with his father as well as his complicated feelings towards Sae-ro-yi both as a mentor and a rival only make matters murkier. All I can hope is that whatever he chooses, he maintains his sweet puppy nature. I’ll be said to see him leave Danbam, but perhaps he’ll be instrumental to taking President Jang down from the inside. Only time will tell.

As for the rest, I’m sad to see Min-jung go but I doubt that’s the last we’ll hear from her. She’s too good of a character and I’m with Hye-won that it would be pretty cool if she hooked up with Detective Oh. She’s a badass that don’t need no man, but her instant bond with Hye-won was so sweet and Detective Oh completely won me over when he told President Jang where to stick his contract. That scene last episode had me screaming. I love this show a lot and while there may be hiccups here and there (President Jang is ridiculous, Soo-ah makes no sense, where was Tony this week???) I am having so much fun and I hope y’all are too!

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Poor girl had to get hit to be hugged by Park Sae-royi. Looks like it was worth it tho 🤭

So sad the plan didn't work! Geung-won deserves to be in jail but didn't deserve to be backstabbed by his father like that. President Judas, I mean, Jang clearly shows he was working in his best interest all along. I really hoped Geung-soo wouldn't go to the dark side but I guess it's too late. Webtoon says he turns out to be a jerk. 😥

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Before I read your spoiler, I was going to reply, "I believe in my Geun-soo; he won't go to the dark side." sadface But he's so soft!

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I know the series and webtoon is written by the same writer, but is there a chance Geung-soo's fate will change? I am invoking Extraordinary You powers here ^^

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There are quite many changes made. I.e, in the webtoon, it's indeed so ah who called the police when she saw yi seo at danbam. But it turned out differently in drama version.

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All is possible as he did change some stuff (like with the motorbike when they meet Teddy Bear Seroyi,in fact Geung won gave it to him bring his actually cosplaying as a nice guy when in fact trying to kill him as it was damaged to be the only heir),adding Tony in the storyline... It will be sad if he becomes like his horrible Father...

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Oh so there was no Toni in the webtoon?

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@shichybot From what i've seen on past interview he wasn't,the writer added for the drama,i think Park Seo Jun mentioned it when talking about the process and behind the drama and some changes the writer did

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What made president Jang's backstabbing so sad is that he totally refused to admit that he had any hand in it. I suspect this will come back to haunt him, but at this point not making any real predictions.

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In the end Seroyi really was right even if he didn't know to what extent a monster the man is...The only one that CEO Jang cares is him and nothing more,he would toss anyone who touches what he deems the most important to him even if it's his kids making him such a cruel and horrible man...

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I hope the webtoon is wrong. ☹️

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Oh, can we please be careful with spoilers?

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@sunny I was looking for Toni too! Where was he?!

Did anyone catch that Min-jung was exiled to Pajin... where Detective Oh is based? Hmmm... looks like that loveline is progressing.

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Hmm good point. I don't recall ever seeing what happened to Detective Oh after he came forward with his confession?

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Right... maybe we'll know in the next episodes. Who will take care of Hye-won if ever he's jailed? Maybe Min-jung! *fingers crossed*

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I know we're supposed to be sad Team Sae-ro-yi's plan failed, but I loved when Chairman Jang threw his son under the bus. Sae-ro-yi was right. When Geun-won jumped out of Secretary Kim's car and ran through traffic, I screamed, "OMG, hit him with a car!!"

"You are the type that makes people worry" was so uwu.

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Lol, you are a little blood thirsty there, hit him indeed, lmao

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That SOB deserves to suffer like Dad.

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Nah,he deserves to rot in jail and have his own fair share of hell jail time,that is what he deserves..dying in a matter of seconds is to easy wayout for him even if he is a pathetic man...

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Seven years is not enough.

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@panshel Kinda sad thinking that the life of a human is equal to 7 years.

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Especially because Sae-ro-yi got three years for attempted murder.

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Haha. I was thinking the same thing, but felt sympathetic for him at the same time. I mean, there was a point where Geunwon wanted to confess that he killed SaeRoYis dad, but his father threatened his succession and made him kill a chicken with his bare hands which still traumatized him today.

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I agree - I'm picturing Geunwon serving his time, maybe protected at bit by some of SaeRoYi's old friends, becoming a better person, then helping SaeRoyi to bring down the Chairman.

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Are Sae-ro-yi's old friends even still in jail? Hyung-nim and Seung-kwon were already released.

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Haha in my imagination there are some still there :D

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Park Seo Joon always continues to amaze me. He barely ever smiles in this role, so it's like he's had his wings clipped, but he's still so damn charismatic and compelling. Even with that haircut!

That said, I love how the two girls surrounding him seem to be the true protagonists of this show. I doubt his character will go through meaningful changes, and it seems that instead he'll be the steady presence that leads to these awesomely flawed and interesting as hell women to go on their own journeys.

I am absolutely loving this drama.

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Ouch that reveal about his dad's recipe. What. the. heck. I am already wrecked for Sae-ro-yi and I did not need it to get sadder, and for an already trash villain to be revealed to be even more trashy. Also the scene at the end with him saying "it's still bitter." Kill me twice. Next episode, I better see some wins for Sae-ro-yi.

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I actually wasn't suprised at all when he said it still tasted bitter as even if he gets his revenge he won't change the fact he lost his father and in the future even if he will beat CEO Jang it's up to him to find hope in life and happiness moving on as his revenge won't bring him the answer he awaits sadly as it is...In the end the people who surrond him will be his salvation

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I agree - in the end revenge won't make him happy, but his people will.

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Yeah, one thing he should learn is to let go. Hope he will at the end.
Revenge doesn't leave him with much benefits after all.

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Soo Ah is personally still my favorite character. She is the definition of gray and Kwon Na Ra is nailing her character beautifully. Everyone else is pretty much black and white, but she is a beautiful shade of gray. She is completely self aware about the conflicting issues with her stance, but underneath is still the orphan girl who needs to survive. I do believe though, that in the end her downfall, in terms of her relationship with PSR, will be her arrogance that PSR loves her and not Yi Seo. I hope she continues to straddle and be interesting.

That being said I am not surprised in the least bit that the Chairman stole the recipe and threw his son under the bus, there is no nuance for that man, he is very 2-dimensional in his evil.

Fighting PSR.

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Yi-Seo is still my favorite. She is not perfect but she does seem to have some principles, unlike Sooh-Ah. I am starting to wonder if Sooh Ah will end up with nothing at all in the end.

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Exactly what principle does Yi-Seo have besides "I will get whatever I want?". It just happens that right now, Yi-Seo is fortunate that her goal, getting PSRY to like her, forces her to adopt some of his morals so that he doesn't kick her out. The whole time, though, she made it clear that everything she does is simply because she wants him to like her back. If she had happened to like Geun-won, for example, she would currently be working her ass off to destroy PSRY's company. Her only guiding principle is "I will get whatever I want, no matter what I have to do." Honestly, that's not very different from Soo-Ah's guiding principle of having to live for herself that you keep criticizing Soo-Ah for.

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Soo Ah is living by her principles: putting herself first/loving herself. She has almost always lived that way and continues to. I think PSR is the one who makes her question those principles because of the way she cares about him. If she really didn't care about him/love him, she could have shut him down the way she shut down GW. When we see her act selflessly, it is for PSR.
She continues to struggle because her feelings for him make her concerned for him and want to help him despite knowing she needs to focus on her job for her own well-being. We can, of course, argue that her principles aren't the right ones, but I think we can argue the same for Yi Seo's principles.

I do agree that her mentality to love herself will likely lead to her ending alone.

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After watching ep12, i don't think PSR deserves SA anymore. Hope the writer could at least give her a happy ending on her own or with some other man. It's going to be really frustrating if she has to endure heartbreaking bcos of PSR and YS. It's true that she never say that she likes him directly but she actually shows more affection than PSR does and I dont think PSR doesn't know how she feels. This is actually why she should love herself more. Imagine if PSR really will have a change of heart. She'll be left all alone again with no one there to love her. Poor girl.

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I love Sooah, she has more dimension to her than Yiseo does.

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Thanks a lot for the recap. The bias against Soo-Ah in the comments is strong though. By saying "she threw a wrench in the hero's plan by telling President Jang that Min-Jung will betray him and that he should oust Gun-Won to save the company" is stretching it honestly. It's not like President Jang hadn't know that Min-Jung would betray him or that he was planning not to oust Geun-Won. He has had Min-Jung trailed and tracked for several episodes now, and this entire episode all his actions were aimed at fooling PSRY and his team that he wouldn't oust his team, so again, he has been planning it the whole time. Sure, you can blame SA for repeating those things that EVERYONE already knew to probably earn some brownie points, but again, none of this hurt PSRY in the slightest?? Because if she wasn't there, President Jang would have done the exact same things???
I find it convenient that to criticize her, no one has mentioned that she personally helped Yi-Seo regained her manager's position in episode 7 nor when she came by the shop in episode 9 to test Yi-Seo to make sure that if PSRY doesn't like Yi-Seo, Yi-Seo wouldn't quit and thus cost Danbam a great manager. But then again, the narrative has been consistently against Soo-Ah on this site (and many others too to be fair).
And I feel that those tears of hers when President Jang was speaking were tears of shock and horror that he was truly that despicable. And please, don't say that she should have known how evil he was because PSRY's entire team, all of whom knows President Jang very well, were all shocked that he was evil to that extent as well. I think Nara was still lacking a bit there in portraying all her emotions, and maybe that's why she couldn't quite get the shock and terror across.

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'when she came by the shop in episode 9 to test Yi-Seo to make sure that if PSRY doesn't like Yi-Seo, Yi-Seo wouldn't quit'

My thought exactly. I really think she has been considering her relationship wt PSR bcos of yiseo. That's she mentioned that several times. And i believe her advice to president Jang is merely out of her commitment to the company and bcos she hates geun won.

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Omg yess thank you, there is a lot of bias against her character, but she’s actually been showing some improvement and it’s like they refuse to see it?? Like guys actually watch the drama and see the characters instead of creating your own narrative of the characters’ emotions and actions. It’s so clear and simple why she was shocked though at the press conference, I don’t know how you would misconstrue that but I guess, you see what you want to see and hear what you want to hear.

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I'm with you on Soo-Ah. She seems to be helping Sae-ro-yi in subtle ways.

I was confused about why she was crying watching Jang's performance but am leaning toward shock and horror, especially since he'd told her never to throw one of his family under the bus.

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Yes Soo Ah comes across a little stupid in midst of all these foxes! She seemed a bit impressed with Jang before and then too shocked when he throws his son under the bus! She is just conflicted. She wants to be rich and successful because of her insecurity as an orphan but naive enough to think that being in Jang ga she can do so. A lot of her statements are aspirational but she doesn't follow through with action on it. e.g. She says she likes rich men but when Jang's son openly flirts with her and shows interest, she doesn't reciprocate. She wants to have nothing to do with Sae ro hi but she keeps hanging on to him. She is just a silly conflicted person who is unable to make her mind.

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Perhaps Soo Ah is finally starting to figure out that Jang would toss her under the bus just as fast as he did his son. Whether or not she will act on it I have doubts about though.

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Soo-ah has known all along Chairman Jang would never hesitate to toss her under the bus because his warning was about family (“Don’t you dare tell me to abandon my family ever again.”), and Soo-ah is not family. Chairman Jang is even out to destroy Min-jung, and he was close with her father and watched her grow up.

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Jang says he'd never abandon his family but he does throw his son under the bus!! So clearly Jang is very very selfish person. Yes, she knows Jang but she seems terribly silly to stick with company Jang ga, to extent that she asks Sae ro yi to quit his revenge! I feel she is terribly confused.

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Did you see [SPOILER REDACTED] . I was so pissed.. I mean she didn’t have to personally deliver it to him.. smh

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Uh shouldn't this be considered spoilers.

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@amy1009 Ive read the comments and other people posted things from the latest episodes too.. also, I didnt really give away anything big except Jang being a butthole.. ✌

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Exactly my point. Soo ah though pretends to be intelligent and smart but comes across terribly stupid. First I don't understand why she has to stick with company Jang ga, she is just an employee, she can be better somewhere else too. She knows she is being used as a pawn to show Sae ro yi down, still she continues with Jang ga. I am not really sure what writers have plan for her. Is she going to be just a love interest of Sae ro yi, who he will ditch later for Yi Seo??

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Technically, we're supposed to stick to only this episode and prior episodes in the comments section per Dramabeans guidelines.

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Yes I was also confused. But she’s probably horrified that he’s really a monster.

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I hope we're right.

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Ok now post that warning to everyone else who posted “ spoilers”.. go through the comments you will see a fee but I’m glad I’m so popular on this board

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I didn't think that Soo-ah was warning the Chairman at all, she was sounding him out because she was genuinely curious as to whether he would throw his son under the bus or not. I think part of her also wants to see Geun-won punished because, as she literally just said, she hates his guts. She was angry that the Chairman was going to back his son, not because of the company but because she wants to see GW in jail where he belongs.

I agree that the actor's performance isn't helping, she's definitely one of the weaker actors on the cast.

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I think the recap is kinda hard on Soo Ah. She's very professionnal and Sae Ro Yi doesn't expect something else from her. In this case, she just said the evidence after learning President Jang was spying on Min Jung. President Jang played her by saying he will choose his son.

I'm happy that Geun-won is going in prison. He needs to pay for his crimes. But I want an redemption arc for him. I want him to find peace far from his father.

Yi Seo wants to help. But they didn't have anything against President Jang and that fact made them fail. They got Geum Won, but they lost Min Jung. She should learn patience, but after all she's only 19 years old...

Geun-won is wearing more classy clothes, it doesn't look good for the future. I think if his love for Yi Seo made him to become like his father, I will be disapointed. He did so well until now. So I have no issue about him taking over Jang Ga but not by loosing his soul in the process.

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I'm sad that Yi Seo may have pushed Geun Soo to be like his father, although his father seems to be a psychopath and Geun Soo seems too kind to be that brutal.

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Yeah that conversation he had with her keeps replaying in his head. What’s sad is that he took it to heart, even though I believe Yi-seo was just Carelessly saying it

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I usually comment on my favorite love triangle with Yi Seo -PSRY- Soo Ah but I actually cant even get into that right now (maybe later). I am too focused on the BOMBSHELL!! that was dropped my Min Jung about how it was Mr. Park who created the sauce that laid the foundation for Jangga.. I was so hurt when she said that and all he got was a watch... OMG... 😢😢😢... next I thought President Jang was an evil Shibal gaesaekki ( my Korean is starting to get decent)..lol... OMG.. I was so upset you guys.. how he screwed this family over in almost every possible way, you would think that he would feel emotions like shame or embarrasement but nope..

Another side note ( in Ep 9) President Jang did make an interesting assertion, one that I never thought of and thats Yi Seo is like him. Although, Yi Seo detested that comparison and I would say Jang is far worse, I never thought of him as a sociopath but actually that explains quite a bit.. Jang is a sociopath, lord knows he feels no remorse for what he did to Mr. Park., PSRY, or even his son.

Either way, Jang needs to pay his dues to the Park family because he owes them BIG!!

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As per the preview of episode 11, [SPOILER REDACTED] What will happen next, what is your prediction???? :) :D

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PSR might directly reject her & he could b as harsh as he is to geun so and that motivates geun so to claim position in jangga since he thinks that's the only way he can win yi seo's heart.

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He’s going to have to zone her. 🙅🏻🙅🏻🙅🏻. Yi-seo is probably the One, but nobody has time for that when trying to survive.

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I can't wait to see!! Anxious because Sae ro yi was brutal to Min-jung and Geon won's feelings in this episode. Though sympathetic, he couldn't care too much because he is very clear of his goal of revenge from Jan ga. Will he break Yi seo's heart????? :( :( But she brought him his first big win against Jan ga by getting his son convicted. Does he really care that much for Soo ah?? He was pretty dry in this episode where he says our relationship can be anything she wants. It was ambiguous. To me, it meant, he was committed to her without much thought and he had no time to dedicate to the relationship.
What is your take?????

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Oh god, not the "does he actually like Soo Ah" takes, which are pretty funny because in any other dramas, everything that SRY has done so far towards SA would be taken as no other way but love, but in this drama because of their love for Yi-Seo people fall head over heels trying to justify why it's actually not.
I'm not trying to be sarcastic, but he literally told her in episode 9: "I like you." I don't get how you could interpret that as ambiguous? Like what else is a guy supposed to do to get across the message that he likes a girl? If you want more proof, he was so ready for that kiss from her in episode 5. And him saying their relationship can be anything she wants = he has no time to dedicate to the relationship lmao what?? It literally means exactly that, that she can decide if they date or stay friends (he even add "no pressure") and he will respect it.
Honestly, in the next episode, if he doesn't reject Yi-Seo's confessions, then it will be just bad writing. So far, we haven't seen anything that shows SRY cares for her more than just a little sister. He has like Soo-Ah for 10+ years, and literally just declare his love for her last episode, so if the writer wants the Yi-Seo ship to sail, the script must first develop how he stops liking Soo-Ah and how then he starts liking Yi-Seo as a woman. Because let's be honest, Yi-Seo is literally an 18-years old girl and he is 28-29; it makes a lot more sense for him to simply see her as a little sister right now due to the huge gap in life experiences, in maturity, etc.

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PSRY will choose Yi Seo in the end. PSRY likes Soo Ah on the premise that he doesn’t change but when he likes YI SEO than he will realized that he has changed.. what did he say? I liked you since high school.. PSRY refuses to admit his feelings for Yi Seo even when Geun Soo asked him.. he could of flat out said he didn’t like her but he didn’t say that.. PSRY feelings have changed and he just doesn’t know it or has accepted it ..just wait and see I promise it will play out like this.😘

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I wonder if he really likes Soo Ah that much anymore? Perhaps it is just inertia, and if he really stops to think about it, he may not be all that enamored with her anymore. Or I could be wrong...

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I'd say Sae-ro-yi has been very clear that he likes Soo-ah and is waiting for her to decide on the next move. He's liked her since she ran to take the test and hasn't wavered once.

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He likes what Soo Ah was from long ago. He might reevaluate those feelings.

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I agree I don’t think he likes Soo ah as much as he claims.. her defining the relationship is not a relationship. I remember a scene in episode 2 when PSRY was leaving for his fishing gig, he was waiting for Soo Ah to come (even though he didn’t ask her too) and she didn’t, he was disappointed. That scene has always stuck with me. I think PSRY feelings have changed and he doesn’t want to admit it. Remember how he said he was nervous he might lose Yi Seo and how he was replaying things in his head, PSRY likes Yi Seo and has changed but he has not accepted it yet. I think that’s why Soo Ah calls him a fool because he Ben she can see it

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...your interpretations are literally some of the wildest I’ve read. I don’t think anyone has ever said nor even interpreted in episode 2 that he was waiting for Soo-Ah to come???? Like where does it even hint at that???? He left her house, waited in line for the fishing gig while nervous about the future...and then cut to 7 years later....I don’t get how you could possibly derive that he was waiting for her to come see him off before his fishing gig lmao.

I’ve also never seen anyone interpreting Soo-Ah calling him a fool in the bar scene episode 9 was because...she knows PSRY likes Yi-Seo now like what lololol. Soo-Ah clearly called him a fool (in a joking way) for liking her for so long and so unwaveringly. Your ship is prob gonna be endgame, don’t keep reaching so hard to try to make anything a justification for it. Next you’re gonna be saying that when he closed his eyes to kiss Soo-Ah in episode 5 he actually meant to walk over to Yi-Seo to kiss her lmao.

Also yes sure he was afraid to lose Yi-Seo...just like how he refuses to lose anyone from his Danbam family. I have never said she’s not important to him; but she’s
Important to him in a similar way the rest of his Danbam people are important to him: as a family. I mean he was afraid to lose Hyun-Yi also, so does he have feelings for her too then using your interpretations? We’ve never seen him hint at any sort of romantic feelings towards Yi-Seo up till now.

With that being said, I know that the Yi-Seo ship is most likely gonna sail. However, I’m just saying that to be good writing, the writer has to show Yi-Seo growing for her ownself and show how PSRY stops liking a girl that he has liked for 10+ years and starts liking Yi-Seo.

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Yooo lmaooo this is what I mean by people see what they wanna see, I mean is it denial or justification? The fishing thing, threw me wayyyy off😂. Idk if people are actually paying attention in this drama. Anyways I had a good laugh tho. @candilane you crack me up!

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Lol, I guess we will see if I am right soon enough..

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I know my ship is going to happen.. literally I know it and I am not reaching.. I actually do this on the side for fun ( break down scenes of tv shows) and have over 2 million views on Quora so I don't think I was reaching but I always have commentors like you so I am use to it .. Cheers 😘

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You literally know it because there are spoilers out there from the webtoon. We all know it.

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btw@panshel you may want to delete your spoiler.. I will delete mine as well but I don't think we should be ruining the show for the people who have not read the webtoon. just a thought...

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I was addressing your comments

I promise it will play out like this.😘
I know my ship is going to happen.. literally I know it

We all can know what will happen if we read the webtoon. I didn't post any spoilers.

The commenters keep saying he likes Soo-ah more because he keeps saying he likes Soo-ah. Just last episode, he confessed to her. As of today, Sae-ro-yi does not look interested in Yi-seo at all. Obviously, you feel differently, which happens in every drama ("He doesn't even like her." "She likes him, not him."), and Dramabeans is a place where we discuss that. I don't see many people who keep saying he will choose Soo-ah.

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@panshel you and quite a few others seem invested in my answer. Step off , Again I just post my responses and theories for fun ( as previously stated). If anyone doesnt like it, then no need to respond to it or post your own. I don't think I said anything that bad and not everyone knows how the series will end and quite a few comments have been Team Soo Ah and whether Sae Roi will choose her. Going forward just stay off my thread if you don't like what I write.. Cheers!!

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Whether YSR falls for SA or YS will be known soon. I put my money on YS, seeing how things are unfolding in the drama. Jang swears on never letting down his family but throws his son under the bus. YSR, is shown to be extremely devoted to his employees and supporters but openly accepts that he couldn't care less if Geun-soo feels bad OR Min-jung loses her position in Jangga. So, really even PSR is indeed changing per situation. Now that Yi Seo not only did not abandon him for tons of money ( which she claimed is what she wants ); she brings him his first win at threat to her own life. Would be surprising if he doesn't fall for that much love in contrast to blow hot-blow cold interest of Soo Ah. May initially he'd be confused and decline but eventually he will fall for Yi Seo :D is my thought process. Let's see IF IF writer has the same thought process or not!!

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Lmaoo hey, I don’t think anyone is fighting you on this, plus I don’t see that much people saying soo ah is gonna end with PSRY. If anything I think it’s because we haven’t seen any reciprocation on his side towards yi seo, but then again we kinda all have a feeling yi seo and PSRY will be end game, even though the plot is gonna have to come hard for their romantic history there. I on other hand was dying of laughter because you said PSRY and soo ah were supposed to go fishing as he was disappointed cause she never showed???? Whaaat, girl I’m not lying, I was 💀. That’s a f&&&&@* reach😂😩.
I mean, your ship is gonna sail. Trust. But I just wanna know where u got that interpretation of the fishing dialogue from. U might need to watch that whole scene again, from the convo they had, to the house and then the fishing port. Just to get a better understanding.On the other hand, I’m still dead tho😭.

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umm I said " PSRY was leaving for his fishing gig, he was waiting for Soo Ah to come (even though he didn’t ask her too) and she didn’t, he was disappointed". This is my observation, why is it bothering you? I didnt say anything hear nor there and I would urge you to revisit that scene... I never said he asked her to go fishing, I said he looked disappointed that she didnt show up when he was leaving. I'm not wrong 😜 and I don't buckle under the opinions of others either😘 sorry not sorry

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@ttyl380 I thought the same as candilane when I first watched ep 2. There is the part after the man makes mention of PSRY's name and the PSRY stops looks back over his shoulder, takes a deep breath and leaves. Or something like that. I saw it that he thought maybe she'd come say goodbye. I dont think anyone thought she'd go fishing with him.
I might of interpreted the scene that way because I'm used to the goodbye scenes. Maybe he was just taking a last look to the past before he embarks on his new life path, I dont know.🤷‍♀️

When I watched this scene I knew barely anything of Yi seo and so she had no part in my thought process.

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Whether YSR falls for SA or YS will be known soon. I put my money on YS, seeing how things are unfolding in the drama. Jang swears on never letting down his family but throws his son under the bus. YSR, is shown to be extremely devoted to his employees and supporters but openly accepts that he couldn't care less if Geun-soo feels bad OR Min-jung loses her position in Jangga. So, really even PSR is indeed changing per situation. Now that Yi Seo not only did not abandon him for tons of money ( which she claimed is what she wants ); she brings him his first win at threat to her own life. Would be surprising if he doesn't fall for that much love in contrast to blow hot-blow cold interest of Soo Ah. May initially he'd be confused and decline but eventually he will fall for Yi Seo :D is my thought process. Let's see IF IF writer has the same thought process or not!!

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btw did you see episode 12?? What happens when Yi Seo says "I love you" to Sae ro yi when she is in Jeju???? :D :) ;)

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What i know is the writer has added more romance scene between PSR & SA in the drama compared to the webtoon..if he means to make PSR falls for YS at the end, i don't think that's an astute move. He should've added more romance scene between PSR & YS instead. I guess the writer himself can't deny the strong chemistry between park seo jun & kwon nara to make him adding more of them in this drama version. LOL.

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On the contrary, I find chemistry between park seo jun & kwon nara terribly lacking. Kim Da-mi on other hand is like a big baby with wide eyes always looking at Park Seo Jun. IMHO PSR will fall for YS. :D :)

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I KNOW RIGHT!? How despicable to offer a measly watch in return for the credit of making that sauce and building their company from it. I remember Dad always touching that watch in the first episode. What did it mean? That he really felt shortchanged by that exchange?

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Not to mention, kicking out Sae-royi from the school for standing up to Geung-won and accepting Dad's resignation, too. President Jang has a tough skin. He really does. And no sense of gratitude at all.

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Jang ga has an entitled attitude, he think he "deserves" and "entitled" to all the riches AND obedience of his employees. He terms his employees as "live stock" and teaches his son also to treat them that way. He really has a psychotic personality. He says Yi Seo is like him but actually she is NOT. She is ambitious and wary of people but she has a conscience and loving heart which proved by the fact that she is so much in love with Sae ro yi that she puts herself in jeopardy trying to get proof for him.

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Yes. What attracted Yi-seo to Park Sae-royi was his integrity, I think. He's much different from her and she's intrigued.

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Absolutely loved the twist in the plot. Also I like the dialogues. Not that I understand korean but even in translated english, dialogues are hard hitting as per complexity of the characters. Everyone is a fox here :D :) I like that Sae ro yi is very direct and uncaring about others feelings even if he is sympathetic. His agenda of his revenge is clear in his mind. He knows he will hurt some on the way. So I love it that he was direct wrt Min-jung and Geon won. I think he might end up being brutal to Yi-seo. I think he knows she likes him and he needs her desperately for business. Looking forward to the next episode where she confesses ( per the preview) .

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I thought recaps were a spoiler free zone. I purposefully stayed away from the webtoon because I'd just wanted to enjoy the show as it unfolded.
I dont always mind spoilers, I was a read the last page person often, but I chose to spoil myself.
Can we please respect the recap protocol of just talking about the episode recapped and the prior ones.
I can absolutely see the appeal of manga vs drama for fans of both I just think the fanwall or the Friday post is a better place, we've learned to be on the lookout for spoilers.

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Hey Beverly, just replying to comment you made cause I didn’t know what to @. But I see where guys may be coming from with the fishing thing. But because of the way, the goodbye was final. And he says he was about embark on a long journey, I just put two and two together that the look back was
Kinda like a “here goes nothing, I’m leaving to start something bigger” not a where is sooah, I was waiting for her and she’s not here” vibe. the goodbye was so final and clear, with her saying goodbye, take of yourself and be healthy and him walking away smiling, I didn’t think he was waiting for her at all. That look back was more of a nostalgic feeling and then leaving to fulfill the goal.

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Thank you! I was gonna say something having gone thru the comments but i agree w you. It’s understandable if it was on the fanwall where anything goes, but here is like a sudden not-fun surprise, which is why it’s called spoilers.

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Is it pettiness motivating Chairman Jang or fear? The first episode telegraphed that Dad was the food wiz, so the news that he saved Jangga wasn’t a surprise. His behavior makes total sense because everything he has now is due to a man he considered to be nothing more than a dog.

Jang can’t stand that PSRY won’t feel, and he is frightened because PSRY has his father’s charm, talent, and consideration coupled with an innate strength and tenacity that simply can’t be broken. It’ll be interesting to see how Jang breaks.

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that was my question too! where the !%*# is tony???
this show has me screaming, it is soooo good!

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who else thinks PSRY and soo ah will be in a short romantic relationship, then PSRY will soon realize he doesnt love her anymore??????!!! i meaaaan in the ep 11 preview there seems to be a time jump... and they're sitting close to each other.... hmmm

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btw did you see episode 12?? [SPOILER REDACTED] :D :) ;)

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AHHHHHHH IT WAS DAEBAKKKKKK my prediction was soooooo far from the actual ep hahahaha
YIYI ship is sailing

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I thought Chairman Jang had a lobotomy but nope, still a cold-hearted bastard. That moment after the PC made me sorry for Geun Soo, but then he looked like a smug ass again in court so i hope he rots in prison.

Sae Ro Yi needs to get his butt in the kitchen and start cooking instead of wiping tables as if his life depended on it. You wanna take over a food company, start developing your own recipes then!!

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I meant Geun Won, the guy who hit and ran.

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Just always coming to read your comments unnie

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What is the title of the song sang at the end of this episode where he was at his father's grave?

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Feel horrible for Geun-Won... Not justifying any of his actions, but to live with a father like that...

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My heart is breaking for Geun-soo. He still likes Yi-seo despite her harsh actions and words towards him. His motivation for his plan to overtake Jangga is Yi-seo's words, saying that he should get control of Jangga if he wants to date her. We know this isn't true, because she was joking and she didn't like Sae-ro-yi as much back then. I hope Geun-soo ends up with someone better and caring...

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