Wait… did he just…
He couldn’t possibly have…
Did he just cut up her food like she’s a three year old???
And she is acting like this is romantic?
No, poeple no! This is not okay.
Bride of Habaek, people. Definite contender for worst drama ever.

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    unfortunately, this specific gesture has been considered cute in one too many dramas. My understanding is that the use of utensils like forks and knives is not common, so a little help goes a long way.

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      Yeah, I’ve had to teach some Chinese who were confused about how to hold knives and forks. As you can see here she’s holding the utensils in the wrong hands, and looking clueless about what to do. The other guy in the back seems to be struggling too. Maybe the meat was tough LOL

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    Hold on – are you actually watching this drama now?

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    Did you watch DDSSLLS? The destruction wrought by the ending is beyond the reach of BoH, I think.

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    LOL I watched this by proxy when my sister watched it. Did not regret not watching it myself.

    But that scene when SSK was falling off a building and NJH jumps out of a window to save her is one of the worst scenes to grace my screen yet SO HILARIOUS- we couldn’t see the wires holding SSK, but we might as well have. That directing was soooo bad, it was funny 😭😭😭

    If anyone wants to have a good laugh (starta at 1’45sec): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NxENoakwXs4

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    The only thing this had going for it was pretty. Pretty set, a few pretty people, pretty color palette.

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    Another supposedly romantic gesture I find bizarre is tying your partner’s shoelaces, but I can see that it’s perceived as an expression of care/consideration. I would personally feel infantilised. However, I love it when others prepare fruit for me (esp. oranges because I am lazy), so I’m clearly in no position to criticise!😆

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