Beanie level: Jang Geu-rae

In the meantime, the world of Secret is about to be turned upside down.
I really do hope the second lead gets the girl! You deserve it Do-Hwa. Or better still, rebel and go solo. The choice is yours

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I do like that there are consequences to each action, including Haru’s. Dan Oh might be the lead the way the story is heading. Well things has to get worse to be better. Let’s hope they do

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Why is Haru so different that he can change the plot? Is he feeling that his story or trajectory from wherever he came from is not satisfactory so he has to change it to what he wants?

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    I think it’s because he is aware plus isn’t bound by the storyline. The tall fairy could have the same “power” I think

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Another question. Is it just this the writer’s characters that are becoming self aware or is this phenomenon affecting other comics of other writers? If it is just the writer alone, why?

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So Haru started it all. He is the patient zero. I don’t count dried squid because he seems to know more than he lets on, Like he has even transcended several comics.

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    But for Haru, it started with Dan-oh! So Dan-oh started it all…

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      Why her then? Are they comic-book starcrossed lovers or something. Haru has been feeling his existential crisis more than the others. He is really trying to hold on to something anything. His silent defiance is what amazes me. Even Dried Squid noticed it, hence the two-way talk in the kitchen.

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At first I thought Haru Was The first lead drawn for Secret before the writer changed it to Nam Ju. But now he is from another comic. What could have happened in the previous comic?

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I can’t help but notice that I’m seeing an ad of one of my favorite drama in another favorite. This became the best scene ever in Hotel Del Luna.

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Teacher Oh is beginning to see through Hwi-Young\’s mask. He is noticing the phrases Hwi-Young uses to describe things condescendingly. Power play between teacher and student is about to start.

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    And may the best man win, teacher Oh.

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      Teacher Oh definitely has my vote too. He might be naive but he has a good heart. My sympathy for Hwi-Young is dwindling. At one point you consciously start making the wrong decisions without being pushed by fear. Hwi-Young is at the edge of that point. I hated his gloat when he knew things will work out for him. No sense of remorse. That is what will make Jun-Woo fight back.

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Why is Moment at Eighteen so heart wrenching😫? Episode four just drained me emotionally. I wept with Jung Woo at the end when he found out How Young was the mastermind behind Jung Hoo\’s death.

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