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Jinxed at First: Episodes 1-2 (First Impressions)

Jinxed at First sweeps us up in a fairy tale of mystical power, childlike innocence kept locked away from the world, and fish-out-of-water antics. I really didn’t know what to expect from this one, but if the rest of the show continues in this same vein, I am here for it!


Editor’s note: Continued drama coverage is pending based on Beanie feedback.
 
EPISODES 1-2 FIRST IMPRESSIONS

I went into Jinxed at First pretty much blind, vaguely expecting something cute and fun, with some whimsical superpowers thrown in. And, for the most part, whimsical is exactly the word I’d use to describe it, though things do at times veer into somewhat dark and dramatic territory.

The show opens with some quick backstory to set the stage. Our heroine, LEE SEUL-BI (Seohyun), comes from a long line of female shamans. These women are gifted with the ability to see the future when they touch another person, and for centuries they’ve used their powers to assist kings and other men of influence in amassing wealth and avoiding disaster.

Now, Seul-bi and her mother, MI-SOO (Yoon Ji-hye) live in a secret area of a hotel owned by SUN SAM-JOONG ( Jeon Gwang-ryul), Chairman of the powerful Geumhwa Group, who hides them away from the world as his personal talismans. Evil Chairman is evil, and explicitly refers to Seul-bi and her mother as non-human objects.

They’re kept sedated for significant chunks of time, forced to wear gloves when not giving the Chairman predictions, and Seul-bi isn’t allowed any books that would teach her about society or, well, people in general. So she knows the scientific names of all manner of sea creatures, but has literally no concept of how people interact with each other in the real world.

Thanks to her mother, she also knows the story of The Little Mermaid, and identifies with it on a personal level – though, in my opinion, Rapunzel might be a more accurate comparison.

But though Seul-bi expects to one day meet a prince of her own, she’s not just sitting around waiting for him to materialize. One afternoon, she spits out her daily sleeping pill and sneaks out when no one is watching.

That’s how she first meets our hero, GONG SU-KWANG (Na In-woo), and she immediately designates him as her prince, following him around and exclaiming with wonder at every new glimpse of the wide, wide world.

The Chairman, needless to say, is not pleased. When Su-kwang brings her back to the hotel, he not only slaps Su-kwang and fires him from his new job at the company, but he also has his people engineer a Truck of Doom to take out Su-kwang’s mom and orders Su-kwang killed, framing it as suicide.

Then he makes a point of “giving” Seul-bi to his son, SUN MIN-JOON (Ki Do-hoon), and ordering him to make sure no one else ever touches her. (Did we get the point that he’s evil?)

To be fair, Min-joon doesn’t appear to be nearly as bad as his father, at least for now. He seems genuinely fond of Seul-bi (and not just because of her powers), and gives in to her request for an afternoon outside when his father is away on business. Then, when Seul-bi finally gets her big chance to run away, he spots her leaving and breaks into a tiny smile as he stands there and watches her go.

While there’s always the possibility that Min-joon could take the jealous, possessive route later on, I hope he doesn’t, because I really want to like him. His friendship with Su-kwang could make him an ally for both Su-kwang and Seul-bi against the Chairman – if he doesn’t decide that Seul-bi belongs solely to him, after all.

Meanwhile, Su-kwang isn’t actually dead. He’s saved by a fisherman, who immediately pegs this as an attempted murder and gives Su-kwang the identity of his dead son, Go Myung-sung. Then we jump forward a few years to the beginning of our story proper, where Su-kwang now owns a fish shop in a local market and has a reputation for bringing bad luck wherever he goes, which he mostly takes in stride.

The market is populated by colorful characters, who constantly nag at Su-kwang to leave and take his bad luck away with him. Frankly, most of their scenes drag on a bit too long, and it’s hard to find them funny when they go so far as to take advantage of Seul-bi’s naivety – for example, encouraging her to buy things with a stranger’s credit card that she found on the ground.

With her mother’s help, Seul-bi finally escapes her prison and runs away to find Su-kwang. Given everything that happened last time he saw her, he wants nothing to do with her, but getting rid of her isn’t exactly easy when she’s determined to stick by him (and literally has nowhere else to go). And he’s too kind to look the other way whenever she gets into trouble.

I always have a soft spot for a winsome fish out of water, and Seul-bi is no exception. Her childlike wonder is infectious, and she has an endearing earnestness in everything she says and does. Yes, she acts like a child much of the time, but that’s not her fault – she was intentionally raised to be that way.

What’s more, her innocence isn’t her only defining trait. She’s determined, a quick learner, and good at processing information quickly and using it to her advantage – like when she was being kidnapped and used her vision of the not-so-evil loan shark’s future to convince him to help her escape.

And the way she slowed down and smirked to herself as she decided she could handle the thugs chasing her and Su-kwang legitimately gave me chills. Ignorance of the real world aside, her powers and the exploitation she and her mother have suffered has given her a gravitas that simmers under her sunny surface.

I’m really curious to see where the story will go from here. We’ve set up Seul-bi’s quest to live like a normal human, her mother’s declining power, the terrible injustice done to Su-Kwang, and a potential wedge between Min-joon and his father. Here’s hoping those threads continue to weave together in equal parts fun and heartfelt.

So, although Jinxed at First is definitely not without its flaws, I really enjoyed both of these episodes, and I’m excited to watch our little mermaid learn to stand on her own two feet.


 
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I am hoping that the two friends can become friends again and the three of the young people can conspire against the empire building dad. The son is not so into the easy route as he wants to use his own skills to solve the problem and hopefully he is not in love with Seulbi so will be able to maintain a positive relationship with both. I am prepared to stick with this if Suelbi is able to learn social skills and become a more mature version of herself as her youthful charms displayed in an age appropriate manner will be fine.

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A makeshift three musketeers of sorts, I hope the three band together too!

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Although the first episode already failed to captivate me, I gave the second one another chance, but have now decided that I will not watch any further. I was distracted too often, which is not a good sign.

I also have a problem with the portrayal of the main female character, she is too naive and childish. I find the latter problematic, especially for a love story. And even if she grew up locked up like Rapunzel, she had enough contact with people who definitely didn't want the best for her, so she shouldn't run through the world completely naive.

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I am having some sort of adrenaline system seizure when trying to watch this show. Women are kept prisoners. Other women are their wardens, drugging and wrestling them into submission. Their jailer is a psycho who apparently has constant access to these women who he views as nothing but tools, and one of those tools is losing her efficacy. And then on the outside, people steal from an obviously addled naïf and then a gangster SELLS HER. The through-line of women being objects that can be controlled and used is making all my skin crawl off my body.

I’d like to watch the show, but these plot beats are not actually gelling with the core story so well and I’m honestly not sure I can deal if the human trafficking flunky who SOLD A WOMAN is in following episodes. Guess what happens to pretty, naive women who are trafficked? And given that flunky thought that was Seul Bi’s worth, what on earth will happen to her mother when she stops seeing the future? The same thing?

Sometimes, a show accidentally illuminates an unintentionally storyline and unfortunately, the human trafficking storyline is the one I’m unable to ignore.

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Engineer a Truck of Doom lol
It definitely seems like it started off as a JaneEyreXRapunzel crossover, minus the grey characters, and now it is delving into Kismat Konnection themes. I thought we would have a DoDoSolSolLaLaSol situation and Seul Bi would be paired off with the ML from day 1, so I was surprised when the separation happened. The first episode was more my taste because in the second one, as you said, those 'colourful' characters started appearing and I'm not exactly liking them. It's such a trope by now that I'm tired of it. Smalltown and its peculiar but warm-hearted folks. I had hoped it would be a roadtrip drama, of sorts, because of the vehicle in the posters which would've been interesting. I don't think I've seen that before in a kdrama format.
Anyway, Seohyun looks cute though idk how she maintained that dye job after her little stint in the beginning. Her costumes are quirky and fun to look at. I hope they stay that way unless ofcourse it becomes an essential part of the narrative showcasing her 'growth' or something. I liked her fish out of water character portrayal but what you read as gravitas, I genuinely thought it was a miss-up. Hope it is gravitas because it sounds much more plausible.
Question tho, are they brother and sister, Seul Bi and CEO's son?

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Questions:
Who was the soldier the witch helped? Was it the CEO? Was the witch who helped the soldier Seul Bi's mother? (I did not see her face clearly) Who was that old guy? Why holding 'his' hand, specifically, made her predict the financial crisis? (He's not the stock market)

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I thought the old guy was the original soldier because it looked like the Second World War era. Then I wondered if the current CEO was his son or just the person who he groomed to take over the business. Then that CEO kept referring to your daughter rather than our daughter so that was confusing. The young man kept referring to the CEO as Uncle and mentioned an aunt who died. I was not sure if he was his actual nephew and if the aunt was Seulbi’s mum who was perhaps removed when she was pregnant with Seulbi so no one would wonder why she was not seen any more. I wondered if the prediction re the financial crash was more about him gaining from playing the stock market rather than playing a key part in influencing the whole system.

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I thought the young man(you're talking about Min Joon) was the son. I don't remember him calling CEO Uncle. Though, another young man, one of the guys Min Joon brought to the suite that day Seul Bi escaped for the first time, was calling him Uncle. And he was also son of the CEO's rival. They didn't do a good job explaining the family Dynamics.
Also, the transition scene showcasing the rise to the success after meeting the witch definitely made it seem like the soldier was CEO. But it would make more sense if it was the self-entitled old guy as you said.

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Yes I meant the young man you are saying is a rival’s son (I meant to look up the names) that makes more sense it’s probably lost in translation as is the polite term for older man rather than an actual relative.

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It looks like the current CEO is the son of the soldier and the old guy in ep 2 is that sokdier. And the witch that helped the soldier was Seul Bi’s grandmother. Seems like the young girl in red dress in the opening sequence is now Seul-bi’s mother.

My interpretation of holding hands and seeing financial crisis was she saw his future bankcrupcy due to the crisis, so he averted it and evaded his should-have -been future. The show tried to show us that if you don’t do anything, the future is exactly as she has seen (e.g. black rockfish incident).

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I didn't think the story would be so weird honestly. Her ancestors were slave during a lot of time. I wonder how they got pregnant to have a daughter each time... They lived an awful life but then we discover that the mother can do more than see the future, so why did she wait for so long to use it? Why didn't she prepare her daughter to the life outside the hotel?

The change between the first and second episode was weird. He was perfectly normal and now he doesn't have any luck.

For Seul-bi, I find weird she knows nothing about the world like money, believes everybody when she was held against her will for years. I wasn't convinced by Seohyun's acting.

I like the second male lead, but he's cleary written to become a future dou**. Poor Yangcha, he deserves better.

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I'm with you on everything you said. I couldn't decide if I didn't like the character or felt Seohyun just isn't the best fit. Of course I try to give every actor a chance.
Could it possibly be the "Love and Leashes" of it all? Talk about night and day.

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I liked Love and Leashes but the male lead absolutely carried that one, with SH playing a role that required little stretching. When your role is “be uptight and reserved and don’t connect with people” and your costar is doing the opposite, you can get away with a lot.

The woman playing her mom clearly understands that she has to tonally tie the whole “held again my will” thing to the rest of her portrayal. She’s not just a prophet, she’s a trafficked woman, she’s aware of what she’s missing outside, she loathes the Chairman but has no option but to work with him. She carries all of that in her acting. SH is currently a manga illustration reacting only to what she sees in her current panel, and totally oblivious to any context. Eek.

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I’m pretty freaked out by the question of who Seul Bi’s dad is, whether mom volunteered for that role or was forced, and also a general ick that the chairman’s apparently had 20 years of access to the prison cell of a beautiful woman who’s drugged against her will half the time.

And as if that entire situation wasn’t ominous enough, oh here comes a neighborhood thug who happily exchanges a 20 year old woman for a bag of cash. Gee, I wonder what that gang of men would possibly do with a pretty young women they’ve just purchased.

I hope this show can course correct but also can’t see how. Their instincts are to sketch out a world with kidnapping, imprisonment, and implied rape. If this is a fairy tale, it’s gone past Grimm and is in some sort of Nordic folklore place.

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As for how they got pregnant- it is obvious to me that Seul-bi is actually the daughter of out evil CEO, which makes her the sister of our second lead. What is most disgusting is the CEO's insistence that she is not really human- in fact we can all see that he is even less so.

As for their having been kept as slaves- slavery existed in Joseon and was not abolished until the Japanese took over in 1910, at which time there were still about 200,000 of them in the country. Two centuries before that they constituted a full third of the population. Slavery has been the norm in almost all human societies at least since the beginning of the Neolithic agricultural revolution. It is only in the last few centuries that the practice has been vastly reduced although to some extent in still exists in the form of forced labor camps in China and North Korea and in some other forms elsewhere.

The scenes of their ancestors being kept as slaves during the Joseon period is quite believable when you realize that upper class Korean household normally had house slaves.

As for the mother not preparing her daughter for life outside- How? She is as ignorant as her daughter and has no contacts either. And the powers that she used seriously depleted her resources- so she could not do that until a real opportunity arose.

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Its basically Rapunzel but set in real world.The first two episodes didn't work for me.The tone oscillates between two extremes without much transition.Nothing stood out - the plot, the actors or the OTP. In two episodes we have one dead mom and one mom who has been captive for 20 years, drugged on daily basis. The show has agenda against moms. Now I think of it, every fairy tale starts with a dead mother..........

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Like @mistyisles I was expecting something cute and fun but instead got murder and mayhem. The tower captive situation gives me the creeps. Every time one of those men touched Seul-bi or her mom I cringed. Seo-hyun also seemed to definitely go overboard with the wide-eyed ingenue thing.

I thought the show improved towards the end of Ep. 2, when it turned into a madcap caper of sorts. So I'll keep watching next week to see how it goes.

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One thing that confuses me is how a mom like that could raise a daughter like Seul Bi. That lady clearly knows how effed up her situation is, and she’s got remarkable poise and control but she’s ended up with an infantalized 20 year old? How?!? If they’d been separated then maybe, but they were together the whole time.

It’s one thing if Seul Bi was guided to act as childlike as possible to make her captors let down their guard. But it seems she’s really like this. Has her mother even explained the situation? Was she hoping Seul Bi would view the son as her “prince” and blur the lines between captivity and actual love? And in the question that absolutely haunts me: who knocked up Seul Bi’s mom, and how much choice did mom have in that matter?

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That last question haunts me too. And Seul-bi being kept captive for the son is the most insane kind of grooming.

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Also why is she so okay with Seul Bi viewing Soo Kwang as the prince considering her own situation? Doesn't seem like she has the Stockholm syndrome mindset enough to promote that kind of shite to her daughter as well though, one can say, she has been staying captive when she could've escaped. Why does she seem to think only the CEO gang are the bad guys for her daughter? Soo Kwang even has motive.

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How young Seul-Bi behaves bothers me, especially because the actress looks very mature. I hope she quickly grows up with new experiences, or at least shows that she is capable of taking care of herself.
The whole human trafficking, imprisonment, exploitation, drugging aspect of the story, if assessed realistically, is awful. But compare it to western fairy tales and it is not worse that cutting a young girls heart out and taking it to her jealous step mother as proof of her death, or keeping abandoned children in a cage to fatten them up and eat.
If Seul-Bi has a human father it must be the CEO, as he is the only one who is allowed to touch them and that is just too grim. But as this is a fairy tale, and mother herself says that shamans are different from humans. According to mother, female shamans are born with jewels in their fists (Ep2 around 27 minute), so they are not born in the same way as humans. Than it makes sense that they don't have a father and are born for example like Thumbelina from a plant, or some other asexual fairy tale way.

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I liked this premier too. I especially liked the back story and all the cameos we saw during the narration of how female shamens came to be. I really like how both leads look and the chaebol son as well. The colors and bright and airy and I think I can get on board this one relatively easily. I’d rather not have dipped into the human trafficking pool the second episode, but it does seem like all the bad guys are relatively bumbling idiots, and I’m ok with that. Not sure if evil CEO will stay evil. I’m adjusting my lenses here and thinking of it as more a live action webtoon and it works as that. It s a bit chaotic and crazy. I did love the scene with the autism spectrum teenager vibing with Seul Bi. That was cute. I’m in.

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I found it pretty 'weird' especially FL. 1. Even you grow up in captivity you still don't behave like a 3 years old. 2.These guys can make millions of dollars for the owners but their house maids can treat them like they are rubbish !!3.FL knows that ML lost his mom and almost his life because of her and doesn't she remember any of these ??? She just arrived there out of blue and expect him to open his arms! Why she still calls him his ex name! It is not safe! I ll give one more week chance :)

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I found this really disturbing and then the character annoyingly naive. Do we really still have to watch shows where women are locked up and abused and then act like children? Lately, after Business Proposal, I had hoped that K dramas had evolved. This is not how I want to see women portrayed.

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I really enjoyed the first two episodes of JINXED AT FIRST. Some random thoughts:
1.The production certainly did not scrimp on the Joseon/historical back story even though it was a short amount of screen time.
2. We have a ‘rooftop room dweller’ in Su-kwang (Na In-woo) and maybe a ‘loan shark with a heart of gold’ in Wang Yoon-ho played nicely by Kim Dong-young who I recently enjoyed in D.P.
3. One of my favorite scenes was the sweet ‘battle of the bands’ mangrove tree banter between Seul-bi and Tick-Tock/Yeong-wu as they along with Chief Park munched on twisted sugar donuts.
4. It is early days and I am looking forward to what the writers have in store for us but I am enjoying the leads.

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I am excited to watch this drama. I was relatively angry with the way Seul-Bi and her mum was treated by both the Chairman and the maid. Nevertheless, I look forward to watching it.

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Whimsical is the perfect one word description! I too went in blind, expecting just fantasy but was pleasantly surprised by how fairy tale it all was - it really reminded me of Enchanted, which was a movie I ADORED to bits as a kid. Even the ‘sparkly’ (for a lack of better word) music score in certain scenes was very reminiscent of those mid 2000’s fantasy movies, so for me this feels less like a drama and more like a stretched out movie at the moment. I also have a real penchant for whack fantasty-fairytale stories so this is currently right up my alley and although I was taken aback still by just how much already has happened, I’m even more taken aback by the fact that I’m already so invested that I’m willing to overlook and accept just about anything and everything in terms of plot loopholes and inconsistencies.

I'm charmed by INW's 'puppy who puts on a brave front' character - I like the fact that he didn't become a brooding and mean tsundre post 3478347 tragedies befalling him all at once, his attempted indifference is just cute (I'm not too familiar with him outside of Mr Queen but found his comedic timing to be really funny here so far too). Seohyun's character reminds me a lot of JJH's character from Legend of the Blue Sea (which I also loved) AND the second lead is equally charming me with his rebellious streak and I hope he doesn't morph into Evil Dad jr down the line. Basically, I'm all in for this show already.

I really hope this show gets picked up for weecaps/recaps - I'd love to go along this rollercoaster of a show (as it seems so far) with you all!

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I liked the premise too much to just drop it, but the execution is chasing me away fast. Simply put, the editing was all over the place, and I couldn't connect with either of the leads because we didn't properly process anything they were going through.
I get not giving away the game for the premiere, but I am not clear on the rules at all (mom's random powers), and I can't begin to wrap my head around the leads' connection. Maybe if there was more show than tell?

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I agree with you. I know this is a drama which chronicles Seul-bi's path in attaining freedom and independence, but the 2 episodes don't say much about Soo-gwang as a person, other than what people see him. This might sound cruel but I couldn't emotionally connect with his plight, except for the time when he was hassled by the marketplace people to move his business elsewhere because the problem is not material. It's indeed due to the writer going right into the main conflict, instead of fleshing out the characters and their relationships with each other. Maybe the scriptwriter wanted to develop on these aspects as we progress into the plot, but it is kind of disjointing for viewers who are not familiar with the source material.

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Interesting start. I found our FL a little grating at first, but her positivity and general attitude grew on me as the episodes went on. The evil side, outside of MAYBE the son definitely has no shades of grey in there though. This is mustache twirling villainy. The people keeping Seul-bi and her mother are pretty horrible. How much would you have to get payed to willingly drug and keep captive 2 women in a secret set of hotel rooms.

Our ML is getting hit with kdrama trope after trope (Truck of DOOM!) and seems in for a bit of a bumpy ride. Though I thought the main pair had decent chemistry.

I said in the Premiere watch thread that I was curious how they would stretch this to 16 episodes, and I still am. It’s got an alright start, and I’ll tune in next week. But nothing has really gripped me yet.

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Listen, the only thing I watched Seohyun in was Love and Leashes, so I had to do some serious recalibrating to get used to her nine-year-old-on-a-sugar-high energy.

That being said, I liked the second episode more. The first one was so ridiculous, with things happening out of the blue (mom dying, attempted murder of ML, said ML takes on a new identity, and then a time skip?!). I was bewildered, perplexed, confused, but I decided to watch the second ep because I do like the actors, and I'm intrigued by the chaebol son.

One thing I hope for is that Seul Bi's new situation makes her grow up, because I can never get fully behind romances where the FL acts like a child. It's weird. I know she's supposed to be in her twenties, but how am I supposed to root for a romance is there is a clear maturity imbalance? Pls drama gods, don't let me down 🙏

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For people who are confused about Seul-bi's parentage, the priestesses become automatically pregnant when they turn 25, according to the webtoon. And for some reason, the shaman lineage is strictly female. I was confused why the priestess from the Joseon Era bedded the king in the prologue when she didn't need to, but I feel like she did this purposefully so that people wouldn't consider her a freak and would not treat her daughter sub-human, as we can see by the fact she is recognized as a princess.

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Oh, did they say it in the drama? Or I missed it?

To be honest, I still find this pretty creepy.

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It's not said in the drama (yet), I read it in the webtoon spoilers. Honestly, I wonder why the drama didn't mention it already because everyone's so confused about Seul-bi's parentage.

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Thank you for giving this piece of info it would have been so easy to add it to the intro story setting when they showed how it all took place. What a waste to miss that vital bit of info out when it adds essential context for the characters. Especially when the chairman keeps saying ‘your daughter’.

I thought this was one of the webtoons that’s not in English but I searched again and found it this time. I also think they should have stuck with her being a girl for her first meeting so she could do the wide eyed child like stance without it seeming so odd and then the second meeting as an adult.

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The first episode was so weird... even to me. I have to drop this. It was way too much lol

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The acting n chemistry is so good. That CEO is very selfish n cruel, not only kept the 2 ladies away from outside world, feed n inject drugs on them, the only books Seul bi is allowed to read re children books, no wonder her behaviour is a child, seohyunacted well, just the right amount n quite cute too. Hope writer develop her character as she begins to learn about the outside world.

I thought the rival businessman of the CEO was the soilder (they look alike or was i wrong), if he is the solder, he treated seul bi mother well, were they kidnap by CEO n threaten? And soo kwang mother took a picture of seulbi mother with a boy/girl, hope writer will reveal soon.

Glad ratings is good n is no. 1, happy for seohyun can imagine for the pain she had gone through during time drama. She had become an even better actor. Hope it continue to do well.

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Despite the disturbing treatment of women in the first two episodes, I'll continue with this for the moment. It picked up in the second episode for me and I thought the chemistry between the two leads was good. Hopefully, the tables will satisfactorily be turned by the end, although I am wondering how the writers will maintain thus for 16 episodes.

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My wife and I watched the first two episodes and loved what we saw.

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So far I was really bothered by the immaturity of the FL and all the drugging, murdering, trafficking business, but I liked that the ML is kind, and potentially the chairman's son as well. For me this could go either way, but I am intrigued and like it enough to continue watching.

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