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My Roommate Is a Gumiho: Episodes 3-4 Open Thread

There’s more than cohabitation hijinks on the table for our suave gumiho and his new housemate. As our heroine tries to keep up her end of their agreement, her gumiho pal finds himself more and more invested in her health, safety, and happiness.

 
EPISODES 3-4 WEECAP

After such a fun premiere week, I was curious how My Roommate Is a Gumiho would keep up after setting the bar. And yay, week two is just as fun — the same amount of ridiculous, some carefully-measured swoons, and a huge helping of plot points you saw coming a mile away that still manage to be fun.

Interestingly, though, things take a decidedly campus-y turn this week. We spend a lot of time with Dam at school. She deals with everything from being the subject of campus gossip (the group of popular boys grading her on her looks within her hearing), to continued pursuit by campus playboy GYE SUN-WOO, and the dreaded group project, which is the bane of every diligent student on earth (amirite?).

Even though we feel for Dam as she’s dealing with these hardships, her guileless ways and very genuine reactions keep these storylines fun. Whether she’s confronted for lying to her little brother, or complaining about her period to Woo-yeo, we learn a lot about Dam and who she is. But mostly, these hardships exist to ruffle the feathers fur of Woo-yeo.

This 999-year-old mythical beast is strangely sympathetic towards his latest bead-holding female. He might look at her like she’s crazy, but he’s also completely intrigued by her, as if she is the mythical beast that defies his imagination.

The budding relationship between these two is fun, and I’m buying it so far, with a few reservations. Well, a single reservation really, which is that I never really buy (or enjoy) the story of a mature, polished man who for some reason falls for the sloppy and sweet-hearted young girl.

It’s a storytelling trope for a reason, and I’m not against it, but it’s just not one that I particularly enjoy. I understand the draw of Dam’s artless ways, but there’s a childishness about her that makes their dynamic a bit odd at times. Throw in the very respectful way in which she addresses Woo-yeo, and I wonder how we’ll ever really see them as a couple. However, since this relationship is the basis of the entire drama, I’m going to press pause on my doubts for now and just accept the fact that Woo-yeo finds Dam’s personality adorable, and her shortcomings charming.

As Sun-woo continues to pursue Dam, she teams up with Woo-yeo to find ways to discourage his attention. It would be far easier just to tell him no, but there would be no drama if this happened. So instead, Woo-yeo and Dam go on a test date, and he shares all the annoying things she does and should replicate when she’s with Sun-woo to turn him off.

Of course we know the opposite will occur. Of course we know that Sun-woo, despite Dam’s efforts, will only like her more, and despite his bet to win her over, will find himself falling for her genuinely. But it’s still fun somehow. Is it the fun tone of the drama that keeps this thing so alive? Or is it just the fact that I love Bae In-hyuk and could watch him puzzling over Dam and helping her unclog toilets for several more episodes.

Though her living situation and campus life seem complicated enough, Dam also has a new layer of complication added to her life: our recently-turned-human Hye-sun has joined her class as a fellow college student. Tired of being mocked for her low IQ, Hye-sun throws our gumiho a deal: she’ll attend university and not only increase her knowledge, but keep an eye on Dam and the fox bead.

This means more hijinks, especially since Hye-sun turns heads every second, and is paired up with Dam’s bestie DO JAE-JIN. But there’s more to this than meets the eye — or so we’re led to believe — because Hye-sun seems to have a little more up her sleeve. She might be ditzy, but it seems she can also scheme.

And speaking of hijinks, to help Dam out of a sticky situation, Woo-yeo shape shifts into her for a date with Sun-woo. In addition to being hilarious, it makes Woo-yeo realize how deeply invested he’s become in Dam’s life.

Woo-yeo is no stranger to his own heart, and he realizes he’s getting overly attached to Dam. Hye-sun reminds him that being fond of humans has never been very successful for them, and to save himself pain (and maybe Dam too), he starts icing her out. We also get more foreshadowing of Woo-yeo’s love back in ye olde Joseon days (I won’t be surprised when we find out this woman is a Dam lookalike), and the fact that the bead is behaving strangely inside of Dam, and this could become a problem.

In the meantime, Woo-yeo’s best tactic is the ice-out — but it doesn’t last long. Dam is bothered, and because she’s as frank as she is, she calls him out on it very soon.

At this point I have to admit the show quite took my breath away. I wasn’t expecting a gush of romance and philosophy to be injected a drama such as this, but as Woo-yeo and Dam have their final conversation of the episode, that’s exactly what we get.

Dam opens up about Sun-woo, saying that she doesn’t know why he likes her, and worries what will happen if his expectations or impressions of her are unrealistic. This moment of honesty from Dam — and more generally from a young girl’s heart — was so genuine and lovely that it caught me off guard.

But then Woo-yeo’s answer is even better. He explains to Dam that when you love someone you do see them in a different light, and from a different angle than others. He proceeds to quote a beautiful passage from Love in the Time of Cholera about the magic and madness of being in love, and of wondering why the rest of the world can’t see in that person what you yourself do (such gorgeous writing!).

Woo-yeo is speaking from experience, that we can tell. And Dam? She is clearly affected.

As for me, I’ve suddenly forgiven the show the mystical elder/college girl romance I just complained about at great length. This scene positions it all so well that I am now ready for whatever next week brings. (And in the meantime, I know what to add to my summer reading list.)

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“Do you love my sister?”
Aniyo.
“Still, you're going to marry her, right?”
Aniyo.
“And you call yourself a human?”
Aniyo.

LMAO!

“This is mild.”

LOL. I loved how the 'girls' were unfazed by the movie while the guys were all hot and bothered. [Gumiho-nim, if that was mild, what extreme things have you seen (or done)? All for research purposes, of course. 🙈]

I also loved that final scene and the beautiful passage. Plus I envy how Hyeri gets to eat all those mouth-watering meals every episode!

And somebody, anybody, please give Kang Han-na her own drama!

Can't wait for next week!

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You really are funny!
In that scene at the cinema, I had to take another long at our prestigious gumiho and our newly turned Homo sapien, like what the hell have you two done all this centuries to call such mild?

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LOL

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If this-is-why-I-don't-associate-with-mo-ssol Soo-gyeong were there, she would've figured out Dam was "pregnant" right away. No chicken cult theory by Jae-jin.

Lee Hye-ri is practically filming a mukbang. Dam put on a show with her jjajangmyeon but forgot Seon-woo already watched her eat carbonara.

Hye-sun's lines are gold: "jinju is pearl in English," "If 360 degrees, then you're at the same place," and saving Woo-yeo's number as POX. The students haven't caught on to her ignorance yet, but knowing Jae-jin, he wouldn't even notice.

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Remember how Jae-jin went like she should just admit that she's pregnant so they can give her blessings? Lol. He's a hoot.

Mukbang, indeed. If only I could reach into the screen...... Lol.

Hye-sun is so dramatic I love it! But why is Jae-jin so uncomfortable around her?

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I think Jae-jin is uncomfortable because Hye-sun is the most beautiful girl in school, then on their date, her indifference reminded him of his ex-girlfriends before he got dumped.

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@panshel
I saw "POX" but I didn't think much of it until I read your post. Then I realized it's supposed to be FOX! lol

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Can't blame our ex-gumiho because F and P are pronounced the same in Korean.

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Ok, can you clarify the "pregnant" statement.. I am thrown off. ha!

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As we know, Soo-gyeong is the inssa of our group, and her first reaction to Dam's "friend's" story was is she pregnant, so I believe as soon as Soo-gyeong hears Dam had moved out and their Bead (Marble) conversation, she would've put two and two together that Dam was talking about herself and living with Woo-yeo and is pregnant.

Instead, we have Jae-jin, the male equivalent of Hye-sun, convinced that Dam must be in a cult worshiping chicken.

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Shin-woo may look and act like a suave and mature man, but as he said himself, he's not human, so he doesn't completely understand humanity. Plus, the little breaks in his mature/suave facade -- his nicotine addiction, his inability to cook, and his bumbling response to Lee Dam's "You're not my type" comment makes him feel less mystic elder to me. I think that's what makes the romance feel a little more believable for me -- he's done a lot, and seen a lot, but he seems to be getting introduced to some aspects of humanity for the first time through Miss Dam.

And oh, Lee Dam. How I luff her! Able to confront confusing gumihos, school bullies and tiger boy bystanders, all without losing her lovability, Dam is first kdrama character I would recommend as a role-model for my teenage daughter based on these first four episodes. Hopefully I haven't jinxed anything, and Dam stays true to her nature in the episodes to come.

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Oh yes ! You’ve put your fingers on exactly what I was feeling but wasn’t sure why!

The show is consciously addressing the age issue and I thought they did it so beautifully in the last scene plus the little tidbits about how he’s NOT human and we shouldn’t be judging it with human eyes.

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Ok, can you clarify the "pregnant" statement.. I am thrown off. ha!

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Sorry, this was meant for a different reply! So sorry!

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Hyeri got bad-mouthed a bit during the first recap (and elsewhere) but lets admit she's carrying this show. When she's funny the show is genuinely funny, when she's poignant the show is genuinely poignant, when she's cringeworthy the show is genuinely cringeworthy. And when she's on-screen your eyes are on her. That's an accomplishment.

Jang Ki-yong is basically playing the character from Search WWW, the almost-too perfect fantasy boyfriend material. Though he's only 28 you can see him in the same role all the way back in 2013 as the love interest in two IU music videos.

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I don't know if this is allowed, but here's Jang K-yong in a music video from *seven years ago*. He shows up at 1:35. Even wearing a similar style will trenchcoat.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EiVmQZwJhsA

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Sigh, My typing skills. Should read wool trenchcoat.

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Lee Dam is tailor made for Hyeri.. that is why I agree she plays it perfectly here. As beanies said this feels like Deoksun (Reply 88) college version so this is within her range. I suppose it is considered a good star making move if they play up to their strengths.

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Warning -- Reply 1988 spoilers ahead!

I loved Reply 1988, but I strongly disagree that Lee Dam = older Deoksun. Yes, they both enjoy their food (a lot!), but Lee Dam isn't silly in the same way that Deoksun was, and she is so much more confident and self-aware than Deoksun was, even toward the end when Deoksun would have been older or the same age as Lee Dam is now. If Deoksun was more like Lee Dam, she would have confronted Jung Hwan about the pink shirt and his wishy washy ways, and she would have never have let him get away with that confession-disguised-as-a-joke thing at the end. Then maybe we would have had a very different ending. Ha!

Also just want to say, nothing wrong with playing to your strengths, especially for someone like Hyeri who has gotten so much backlash over her acting. Before the show began, it seemed like people were just waiting for her to fail, and even now that it's being well received, her efforts are being dismissed as "Well, that's just her personality so she's not really acting." Makes me wonder what it will take for people to take her seriously as an actress.

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I also think Lee Dam is not same as like Deouk Sun. When those guys talking about Dam's appearance and two friends badmouthing at her back, Deouk Sun might fight, bite or pull their hairs. Remember the fights because No Eul. Meawhile, Dam is more mature and independent. The character were played well, even we can analyse it. I really enjoyed Hyeri acting, comedic and comical expression absolutely her strength.

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Let’s say it’s a brainy Deok Sun - but Hyeri is indeed carrying this show with JKY in a supporting act.

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The million dollar “what if”s that Team JH-DK continues to ponder and I’m one of those.

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I agree she is carrying this show! Sure she may not be a strong actress who can play versatile roles, but she's perfectly cast as Lee Dam. Part writing and part Hyeri, I love how relatable Lee Dam feels. It's not always who is the stronger actor, but who is the best fit for the role. It's like how in American movies. you have stand-up comics cast in leading comedic roles because they bring some of their stand-up persona and cadence to the role.

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Also she is quite endering and relatable as i truly like her character...Not the usual innocent candy that with age kinda annoys me more than before...

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Lee Hye-ri is the perfect fit for this role. No one does comedic facial expressions like her. My favorite faces were when Dam kept darting her eyes at Seon-woo as she slowly picked up her cardigan and her annoyed "How much is the contract penalty?" to Woo-yeo's curfew rule.

I cried with Dam when she worked all night in the library by herself. It was so relatable when she told Woo-yeo she breaks out in tears when something unfair happens to her. Then damn, girl hit the high note in "Tears," no less. It was meta when Woo-yeo sang "Apartment" from Reply 1988.

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I have to 100% agree with you about that last scene. Also I now need to read Love in the Time of Cholera because that was stunning piece of wordplay. They way he recites it so softly and beautifully.

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Another one here who wanted to read this book again. This was required reading back in college and while I remember loving it, I think now I will savor the passages more leisurely.

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Thank you, thank you missvictrix for doing this weecap. I love this drama! I never before thought Jang Ki-yong was that good looking but man...now I think he is the sexist man around. Who thought watching someone shoot arrows would be so HOT! And when Woo-yeo spoke about love and madness in his deep lovely voice..SWOON! Dam is one lucky young woman.

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The drama is drawing me in with its relatable lines, situations, and scenes even though the whole premise is that a 999 year old gumiho's marble got swallowed up by a human girl. I love how the heroine actually feels like a college student. I like how she is socially aware and she knows when to stick up for herself. Her reason for staying single resonates with me a lot. She can be messy and too casual, but she also knows how to dress up.

I love the little cartoon gags too - I'm not sure what to call them. Like the period - a yellow round thing- that cheerfully popped up and "Hi! I came back this month to destroy your happiness!" And the one of her funeral when she imagined what would happen if Sun-woo touched her while she was suffering her period.

Mr.Gumiho is the perfect person to have around while you're on your period - knows to get you greasy food, a hot water bottle, snacks, painkillers, AND he volunteers to shapeshift as you to get your assignment done so you can stay home and rest in bed!

Hye-sun is adorable. I love how she has decided to take Mr.Gumiho's advice and go to college. She is really embracing the human life.

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Speaking on messy, I love how he suggested that she wears her dog T-shirt to her date, with full observation of how much crumbs is on that T-shirt. And she agrees that's a great idea 😂

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If only Lee Dam had continued to call Woo-yeo "Gumiho-nim". I rather prefer this title over "elder".
But besides that, how cuuuuute is this show! Both characters being open and honest to each other is always welcome in my book!
I'm grateful for all the comedic scenes we're getting! I usually feel disappointed when a rom-com tends to focus less on the "com" aspect of it's genre but does the "rom" part really well. In this show we're getting to see a healthy balance of both comedy and romance, the latter being slowly introduced based on the characters feelings and not being forced down our throat. The leads are both doing so well with their characters and can't wait to see more!

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Forgot to say- Bit sad that Dam's brother and friend were wiped out of their memories though! I was expecting more hilarious antics with those two in the know about our Gumiho-nim.

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100%, it takes me out of the romance when she calls him Orishin, I hope that changes soon.

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Lee Hye-ri acting as Woo-yeo acting as Dam was brilliant. Her stone face and old man mannerisms were spot-on. On their stimulation date, I lmaoed at Dam's belated realization that Woo-yeo was indirectly insulting her. Three words: "This is mild."

Dam's straightforwardness is so refreshing. She ended our noble idiocy in less than ten minutes. I adored her "I'll come back and sit down" so they could start over. Now she just needs to take back her "You're not my type" comment. I love how respectful Woo-yeo is of Dam when he told Hye-sun he sent her to keep Dam safe, not to pry on her private life. On his date with her sunbae, he never sabotaged her (more than she did herself) to get Seon-woo to stop liking her.

I wondered if Seon-woo was not a tiger when even Woo-yeo's touch wouldn't heal Dam's stomachache, so maybe it was just indigestion, but both gumihos called him a tiger, so he must be born in 1998. Of course Jae-jin's tip to act clingy backfired and only made Seon-woo like Dam for real. Anyone's heart would've fluttered at her cutely miming, "When you get home, please call me." But Seon-woo's liked her ever since the clogged toilet incident because Dam's herself around him and doesn't try to impress him like all the other girls, and now she teaches him commoner things like how to ride a bus. It was sweet when he ordered every dessert because he didn't know what she liked, then sadface when she pushed them all back.

Thanks a ton for the weecap, @missvictrix!

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That's also a side effect of the marble,it basically takes her vital energy so she gets sick and looses energy faster that's why her indigestion and craps are worse...It sucks her life away...That's why Woo-yeo felt tired as well when he got home,he was also affected by his presence...
Still don't like Sun Woo at all,he is a very superficial dude who thinks looks are everything and used to have all the women crazy at his feet and puts the value of a person on the bet they make(aka the money they bet on her) aside from being really clingy so curious if he will change along the way...
Dam was quite intuitive about him actually and why she wants to keep away for him...

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@Miky
Agree 100% on Seon-woo. He's not only superficial but an arrogant jerk as well. Look at how rude he was to “The Kim Tae-Hee of Seogwa University." Plus, Dam only caught his interest because she's the only girl at school who was indifferent to him and wasn't swooning over him. It started the day he picked up her sweater and she tried to avoid contact with him. Then she became a challenge he bet he could win. Maybe he likes her for real now but he's still a jackass.

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This show is everything right now! Every scene is screen-shot-able, every face of Hyeri is gif-able. Every line is memorable. I think this will be the comedy to measure all future comedies. I loved every scene, but my favorites were the pregnancy misunderstandings, the fake date, the real date with the fake Dam (😂), the friend giving good advice, the brother having all his friends over, the apologies, and the communication. Just ALL OF IT.

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I want more lee dam and her brother interaction. They're so adorable 😂

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Totally agreed - it’s like wave after wave of comedies non-stop. Haven’t had a drama like this for years.

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Gotta say, Hyeri has very good comedic timing, and the editing of the show is very good too. I find myself bursting out laughing in so many scenes.

I love the character of Lee Dam. She is so spunky!

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Hyeri's the best for Lee Dam. Her acting's colour is unique, I love it, this drama is even more intersting than the webtoon, some part of the webtoon is bit stiff so I didnt expect much before the drama aired, but thanks to hyeri I come to even love the Drama more. She can make me cried and laughed for entiry ep 4. 😂 I heard the writer of the webtoon indeed think about hyeri when she made the webtoon. I thought I wont be curious anymore since i hv finished reading the webtoon but I get new feeling watching it, I cant wait for the next eps. 😊

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I love actresses who eat with gusto!

Another scene that I love is the one where she said he had grandpa taste, lol. The way she laughed at him when he picked chestnut and red bean popsicle was so cute.

Jang Ki Yong is so charming here. Oh, and that voice... Hyeri in this drama reminds me of Hong Soo-Hyun (last seen in Cheat Me If You Can) - especially the teeth/mouth, hair.

I first saw Bae In Hyuk in Spies Who Loved Me. Loved him in there!

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I looked up on Baek In Hyuk because he looks very familiar ... and ahhh he was the rookie spy from Spies. He did made an impression on me that drama. Love how he was very smarty-pants even though he is the maknae of the team ... and he was also damn swoony falling for the his sunbae, and eventually got the girl !

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@Kay
That's right! I didn't care much for his character, but toward the end, I really like him coz he really cared for his sunbae (Eric). Yes, he got the girl! And if I recall correctly, he got some hot kissing scenes too!

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Yes, he was great in Spies (loved that drama), though I am probably in the minority when I say I'd have preferred Seo-ra ending up with the (reformed!) gangster.

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I like the writing. The characters are not cliché, they adressed some interesting themes (like period, it already sucks without a marble stealig your energy). I'm curious why he wants to be human since always (We didn't see him as a gumiho)? He doesn't seem interested by the human life more than that...

For me, the issue is the acting. I don't like Hyeri's voice, she sounds childish or loud. She lacks finesse in her acting. For now, it still works but I guess the story will become more serious.

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Curious what happenes after he becomes 1000 years old,is he in danger of dying or just loosing his chance of being human forever because it looked more to it based on the conversation between him and Hye Sun and she really looked worried about it...

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@missvictrix I share your concerns about a romance between an older mature guy and a young bubble girl but so.ehow I don't feel those concerns in this drama. I guess it's because of the way these two communicate and the fact that Dam seems cheerful but she isn't stupid or naive. I loved these two episodes and I've honestly fallen in love with Jang Ki Yong now. I was simply swooning at the way these two communicate. Also Woo Yeo being teased about having a grandpa's taste was honestly hilarious. I like that we are able to see that even though Hye Sun may not be book smart, she is pretty clever. I have no idea how a romance between her and Jae Jin will develop but I'm here for it. Also the movie date had me in splits. I want to know what all these two gumihos have done to consider that movie mild.

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What I love about this drama is that our leads actually communicate. When Woo Yeo started to give Dam the cold shoulder i thought "here we go again with the noble idiocy" but then by the end of the episode they shared how they feel about the situation and on top of that we got a beautiful scene too. I really hope it stays this way as much as a Kdrama can.

The drama perfectly balances the serious, comedic and romantic moments. The writers are so talented. Last week I mentioned the cinematography but I have to again. It's chef's kiss. The director is so talented too.

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I think I stopped breathing in that last scene, my eyes were transfixed to the screen (his face) damn it! That passage was just *chefs kiss* the way he was looking at her, I can't process

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I could never finish 100yrs of Solitude, that story just didn't work for me... but I loved Love in the Time of Cholera, a lot. And Chronicle of a Death Foretold was brilliantly chilling...

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This show is dumb and silly but that's why I'm loving it. Everything is so funny, the characters are really nice. Especially Lee Dam, Hyeri's face expressions are everything!

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I started with zero expectations but pleasantly surprised with the drama. I'm not a big fan of fantasy romance so, mostly I rely on how the tell the stories and/or how the actors portray the characters.
I know JKY is handsome, but even more so when he smiles. And he smiles A LOT in this drama. I like how Woo Yeo is far from perfect character, a bad cook and a smoke addict.
And I didn't know that a man could look so sexy when pruning his tree.
I kinda like Hyeri. She never tries to protect her image as an (ex?) Idol, she's not afraid to look 'ugly' in front of camera. She may not be an excellent actress but always totally immersed in each character she plays, even though the result sometimes come out feels like overacting.
I also love it a lot when Woo Yeo cited lines from Love When The Time of Cholera.
You just can't choose love. It chooses you instead.

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I have to say, I am kind of disappointed I like this show way more than liking "doom" (by the way, I think I wrote the same comment last week😒😒😒), since I love so much SIG and PBY, but let the truth be said.
The writing here is really greater than the writing in Doom, and since I am a little bit of a writer myself, well... there you go.

I have tons of comments about this two episodes, but I am also about to sleep and totally tired, so... tomorrow....

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i’m not feeling the relationship between our leads for now. they had so much chemistry in the photo shoots but it’s really lacking in the actual drama. acting wise, hyeri is alright in the light hearted and zany scenes but she lacks depth and i find it hard to connect with her.

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I am starting to enjoy this drama more and more. I am so happy that Dam isn't afraid to stand up for herself and call people out on their poor behavior. Also, I love that she decided to tell Woo-yeo that his coldness towards her was making her feel hurt and uncomfortable, and that Woo-yeo admits his wrong doing. I appreciate couples who know how to communicate their feelings.

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How did hye sun knows that won yeo is pretening to be Lee dam? When dating with th sun bae?

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