Beanie level: Wrongly accused fugitive

Men are Men is actually pretty easy breezy watch with likable and to an extent relatable characters, I would be surprised if our guesses turn out wrong about why the guy is seeking her out

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Kpop Industry needs major regulations in terms of employee management, trainee management, mental health, paid leave etc.

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    people blame jimin, fnc – all justified..

    but i think the other members should bear the blame too..

    What is the point of going around pretending to be this nice naive, innocent, loving , caring Seolhyun’s of the world (whoever that lass is that became famous after beer commercial).

    those guys were equally vile – supporting jimin till date because that ensure their big fat cheques

    had they all complained, had fnc thrown out all girls to keep one? No!!

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Okay, the actress playing Ju Ri……she is sooooo baaad….what was the crying scene even…neither comedy nor tragedy

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    Also she is not harmless, she very skillfully and slyly tried to insinuate that Ko Moon Young got attacked because her father was protecting himself from her….she is caring for a patient who remembers very little, knows nothing about their dynamic but chose to paint a version of Moon Young and cast aspersions at her character to another person…I am glad the nurse called her out on that…so this is why I don’t like Juri, she may look nice but these types of people can get away with a lot by faking it

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    it was funny.. like how kid cry when they can’t get what they want..

    she represents another common type in the world..

    she is not bad either.. we don’t know her end of the story.. even if it rests in jealousy since childhood.. all of us feel jealous too and act on it

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I thought Oh My Baby would address getting a baby without any husband or boyfriend and how it will get accepted by Hari, her friends and fami….I mean it turned out to be a standard romcom at the end

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    I mean I liked what they gave us but it wasn’t anything ground breaking by the end since the main issue they started out with wasn’t even explored by the end….its a good take on both male, female fertility issue but I feel slightly cheated

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    I suspected as much, it’s why I decided not to pick it up. It’s a shame though, it would have been an interesting story to tell.

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Lots of unregistered users popping up either to spread hate or misinformation or pick a fight….DB please moderate the comments

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    I was hoping it would drop off after King of PPL.

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    This isn’t about the comments on IONTB is it? Because those are mostly nice and interesting.

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      They were particularly strong and virulent in the recap of the first Backstreet Rookie. Wow- most of them were unregistered and the comments got so personal so I just stopped reading.

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    There is this one unregistered user in IONTBO episode 4 recap I find really weird..

    Is it ‘normal’ to get these type of comments here?

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      Not just that…many others….its been happening for a while.

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      I feel like whenever there’s a really popular drama, we see a surge in these comments. Usually, most registered Beans are very nice and respect each other’s opinions.

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        That is true! I haven’t been active in here in a while and have not noticed that before. DB must be getting more popular these days.

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          Yea! I haven’t come across that many sites that offer detailed recaps like DB, and I’m sure that’s the draw. I usually avoid the popular drama’s comments section bc I don’t wanna inadvertently join in on a mean-spirited argument. So I tend to share my thoughts here on the fan wall. IOTNBO is the exception for most of the comments are so interesting and nice, but there are a few oddballs that make me go “huh”?

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      If it’s the user I’m thinking about I don’t think it’s weird. She likes the actors but not the drama itself and for some reasons wants to post about it but as long as it’s polite why would it bother anyone?

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        Its not specific user I am talking about…general observation….across multiple recap threads……read my post

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          I was replying to Mrs. Z who was talking about one user. Sorry.
          Anyway I think the bots on fanwall are something they should try to moderate. The unregistered comments seem quite innocent unless it’s about some recap I haven’t visited. 😛

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            There have been some particularly unpleasant ones…..also they need a report spam option here…..bots too.

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Hae Kyung deserves better, if Do Hee still can’t trust him, then she really doesn’t deserve him #Dinnermate

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    Do-hee’s dealings with Jae-hyuk are baffling. Surly this man has overdrawn her last ounce of goodwill, right? Right?! Hae-kyung doesn’t need to be hero on a white horse but he’s shown that he’s a person she can trust. I like flawed characters but this is too much. Do-hee, get your act together.

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Sang Shik is an idiot…I can’t fault Jin Sook, I expect my husband to tell me when he takes major decisions in his life regarding taking responsibility for somebody else

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    Especially when kids are involved….and yes I would be mad if my said kept paying for somebody else and kept it secret from me….family decisions regarding finance is not a stand alone decision, it had major impact on the entire family dynamic….Ji Sook’s fault is not confronting it but Sang Shik is the bigger culprit

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      “ Sang Shik is the bigger culprit “

      No kidding. What an ass. He had no business making that decision without his family at least being in the know. It was an incredibly selfish act. To me the limited reaction from the family shows how much they just don’t care any more.

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Also the scene with Eun Joo and Young Ji Sook was heartwarming….Eun Hee, I knew you’d come through shining…messed up on the surface but you’re a ball of warmth and kindness that Eun Joo needs most

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Okay, Young Shik is either an accident like Eun Joo on Sang Shik\’s part or an adoptive son…either way…what the heck is he doing??

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Got my Beanie Box

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I mean how many times or in how many languages can you say no for No Eul to get it.

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Do Hee\’s mother can\’t handle her own marriage and she is trying to interfere in Do Hee\’s love life…why are so many insufferable characters there in Dinner Mate…Also No Eul can go to hell

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Thoughts on ItsOkayNoToBeOkay episode 4

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    The theme pretty much centered around how much Kang Tae has been lying about his mental exhaustion in today’s episode. Moon Young brought out the issues he refuses to even admit that exists on the surface. Kang Tae had to take the role of the adult in the family long before he was supposed to. And he has essentially been on the run and lying to himself. He wants somebody to care for him, he craves love, attention as much as anybody else. He truly let his guard down around Moon Young before realizing Moon Young isn’t sound mentally herself. I think he was disappointed more than angry when he walked out of the car. Then came the slap and that made him explode. Like the director said, letting loose emotions once in a while is healthy. I do feel for him, in one hand he does like Moon Young, at the same time he is more than ever aware of the fact that Moon Young is not who he wants her to be, so he pushed her away. I can’t say I blamed him. Moon Young herself confronted her one half of living family. Its clear that Moon Young’s father himself was abusive or deranged to an extent. Even if Moon Young was antisocial, how does an educated architect think of killing her instead of getting her the help she needs professionally. Her mother is alive as well. I think her mother was the one peeking at her from distance. Its clear that Moon Young’s family dynamic was less than ideal. Her mother may have been loving but she does seem quite strange in the flashback. Her father straight up killed her once. I am not sure how much of the personality Moon Young has was from birth and how much of it was a direct consequence of mismanagement. The central theme was also about how children aren’t ornamental beings you produce to fulfill a certain quota, you shouldn’t have them if you aren’t ready to fully accept them as who they are. How much of Moon Young is due to nature and how much is due to nurture, I guess we will find out. Now lets talk about OK psychiatric facility. A mental patient chokes his daughter and not one of them ask Moon Young how is she. Moon Young at that moment by the way is laughing and crying like she is manic. You don’t need to be a Ph.D. holder to know right at that point that this person is traumatized and needs care and consolation. The only person who truly has shown some foresight in all this is the director. I am pinning on all my hopes on him that he will reach out to Moon Young and coax her into accepting the help she needs. Anyway now that Kang Tae has fully given Moon Young some spot in his tiny life, I wonder how things will unfold. More chaos followed by some sanity, clarity or just pure chaos.

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      On director-
      think he knows way more. .. been here in this city for long?

      He knew JY and MG are related..
      He seems to know MG’s nature – and he is keeping her here because finally she has sthg that is making her stay here willingly

      Think the one peeking might be the doctor himself..
      someone died..likely mom.. won’t make sense for her to be alive..although would be fun if she is alive

      question is how is JY related to MG – doesn’t look like step daughter.. maid’s daughter?

      ******************
      So many laugh moments, so much crying, so much sexual tension, so much of sweet romance, so much of heart

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        The voice over was a lady

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          there was a voiceover? in hospital peeking? which scene

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            There was ..when Moon Young was leaving the hospital…somebody says from afar while looking at her ” That is why you shouldn’t have returned”

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      I loved that these episodes focused on parents accepting their children. The episodes showed that parents may love their children but not accept them. Zombie Boy showed the mother going to great lengths and making sacrifices for him but not accepting him for who he is.

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I still believe this show won\’t end with Moon Young riding into sunset with Moon Tae but they both addressing their issues as it should #IONTBO

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People saying Moon Young makes them unconfortable….good because she is anti social and she should by all means make you squirm with discomfort #IONTBO

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I wonder what would it be like, if these two actors were given funny, less annoying, charming second lead roles in Dinner Mate with whacky humor

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    same sentiments man. so sad, i feel like if it weren’t for these two characters, the show would have been perfect

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    Well, at least Lee Ji Hoon is doing a really good job.
    I won’t say a word about Son Na Eun.

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    Lee Ji Hoon will be able to nail any genre, the same can’t be said for Son Na Eun

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      I mean they look cute but I totally get it…for example I really like Seo Kyung in When My Love Blooms…she was a villain but there was more to her, you could actually even sympathize..so maybe in the hands of somebody more experienced, No Eul wouldn’t appear so insuffreable.

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HJE has done countless shows…Secret Love, Giant, Endless Love, Can You Hear My Heart, She was Pretty…I don\’t get why people can\’t get over Lucky Romance or Undatables…they were badly written

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    Two of her shows didn’t work…it does not nullify all her work that came before

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    Golden Time. That was my introduction to her and I never quite joined the “She’s too screechy” parade because in that show she wasn’t any more screechy than you could accept in an emergency room.

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      I wish I could make people force watch Secret Love every time they call her acting prowess into question…That was the show that gave Heirs run for its money long before Ji Sung became household name

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        That drama is a gem! I rewatched it again this May just to see their sizzling acting(now it’s removed from Netflix sadly). Makjang at its best.

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    I have watched Kill Me, Heal Me, Secret Love, She Was Pretty, and Undatable and tbh I didn’t enjoy any of them and not just because of the bad story…That’s why I’m afraid to start any of her new dramas..

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      My comment wasn’t meant for viewers like you

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        Never seen such a ridiculous reply on Dramabeans ever! What a waste of time leaving a cm on your post!

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Mystic Pop Up Bar, preview…where art thou!

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I thought maybe divorcing her gay husband, choosing herself over everything else would make her understand her mother\’s point of view

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Eun Joo\’s mother is a human being first..she may not be perfect but spent a lifetime trying to hold it together…why can\’t she be allowed to act as a woman for once

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