Team Dramabeans: What we’re watching
by DB Staff
So, what are we all watching this week?
What kept you reaching for more (or agonizing when there was no more), and what made you want to throw your remote through the screen? Time to weigh in…
Currently weecapping: Hyena, A Piece of Your Mind, Rugal, and A Couple’s World
I’ll Find You on a Beautiful Day: I’m not really sure how I feel about this week’s episodes. It’s not that I didn’t like them; maybe I’m still digesting? It was surely a burst of violence and reveals in what has been a very understated drama otherwise. I really liked getting more of Myung-yeo’s story. Dark though it was, it explained so much of who she became, and the aunt we know in present day. I’m really curious about her novels (past and future), but I’m not sure how much more of the drama will belong to her — even though Eun-seob and Hae-won did seem to fade out of the spotlight a bit this week. They’re cute as can be, but they make me uneasy. I feel like they never talk, they’ve never communicated, and I’m not sure if this is intentional or not (okay, I’m pretty sure it’s intentional and that’s why I’m nervous). In the meantime, I’m just going to focus on Hwi and her crush — definitely my favorite development this week.
Currently recapping: I’ll Find You on a Beautiful Day
Hyena: Song is so weasely, and his gentle-natured act makes it worse. But Hee-jae and Geum-ja each handled their firing like a badass. It was nice to see Geum-ja being so supportive and even holding Hee-jae’s hand when he was struggling to keep it together. Now they’ve got their own office, and they’re ready to start taking names. I didn’t expect some of the team to defect, so that was a nice surprise. As for Gi-hyuk, he was always weak, so I’m not really surprised by his decision. Maybe he’ll come to his senses before the final showdown?
365: Repeat the Year: The revelation, if it’s true, that they all died in their original timelines changes things up a bit. In that case, the theory of a murderer is less likely. Does the universe or whatever ensure that the deaths still take place even in the new timeline? We still don’t know the mechanics of the reset, so it’s hard to guess. Is someone controlling it, or is it a natural event of sorts? Since Dr. Shin has an undisclosed reason for resetting, I don’t think she’s in control; she’s just been doing it longer and understands the process. If that’s the case, who told her about the reset option? Each episode just leads to more questions (that I hope we’ll eventually get answers for).
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