I still have a problem with JE dragging YK2 against her will on an overnight trip, I know he wants her to remember him so she'll go back to him but the fact that they were once married (which he seems to have forgotten because he keeps calling her 'wife') doesn't give him any kind of ownership over her, I couldn't see that whole trip as romantic, like I'm sorry if someone did that to me I would be so pissed. How does he know she didn't have important plans for that day???? And besides keeps calling her Hae Kang-ah, Hae Kang-ah while she insists she's not Hae Kang, so frustrating, like are her words not important to you ffs Also something I don't buy is YK2's reaction to BS and JE's confrontation, it just looks to me like the typical k-drama bad writing thing they do in which the female lead loses her ability to speak all of a sudden while the guys have a melodrama all by themselves. I want to know what she's thinking about BS dragging JE to his wife's grave, is she relieved? angry? or upset? I want to see more than the two guys playing a tug of war with her.
Yeah, in the flashbacks she was a warm person but because of the demands of her job and her family she turned out like that. I don't know if you watched it, but right after she lost her memory she was still cold and closed off, but living with BS and the kids for 4 years changed her. I wish this were like the drama A New Leaf (aside from the open ending), in which a ruthless lawyer gets amnesia and tries to change what he did, but I doubt that will be the focus in this drama.
Yeah that makes sense, and I completely agree that is what he's trying to do. They are the main characters so they'll probably get together in the end, but my only wish is that they let him taste some of her bitterness and anger once she remembers. Please let her be angry at him! (I know her guilt for her daughter's death will probably also be a big blow to her but I hope it isn't used to cancel her anger) I found BS and HK cute when they met before the memory loss but I think I can only really ship them when HK starts showing romantic interest in him. I know it's the trend in kdramas to make the heroine pure by having eyes for the male lead only and receiving the interest of the 2nd lead without ever giving a reply until the end, but since all the characters are in their 30s(?) I hope they let her say what she thinks about BS's interest in her, and not only show BS asking for marriage while she stays silent lol
Because he did the same to Seol Ri before he just wants a helpless child to protect If the earphones scene is really Jin Eon trying to make her remember, then does that mean he forgot all the crap he did to her? Isn't he afraid she'll remember all the terrible things first?? I wonder what is the role of the new doctor in the story. Will he be part of the love square? (or pentagon?)
As someone who watched all the episodes so far, I have no frigging clue. He did everything so she'd get out of his life, he was so ready to believe she set a detective on him and sent the pics to his university to get him fired, she begged him to give their marriage another go and he didn't listen, and now all of a sudden he wants to go back? Did u watch these:
"Never loved Seol Ri" and "Sunbae/hobae relationship" my richard simmons lol
@irilight I thought Your Neighbor's Wife was an ok drama, there's only one thing I didn't like in the end. It's more a comedy than a melodrama though, despite the subject matter. Haven't watched episode 10 yet, but I hear JE and SR haven't married yet? That worries me a bit because it could only mean HK will go back to him and they'll get together in the end, I guess it would be easier for the writers not to make him divorce twice.
Another drama that featured infidelity and toilets was Your Neighbor's Wife. I watched it recently since viki uploaded it with subs, the housewife character (Shin Eun Kyung) used her husband's toothbrush to clean the toilet... also spit on his food and I *think* she gave him water from the toilet once, I'm fuzzy on the details but I think he did notice his toothbrush was weird when he used it later and got diarrhea. Didn't think I'd get to see something similar in another drama so soon lol
I think this is the first time I'm posting in this thread *waves* Yes, especially to the bolded part. It comes across as if he always only loved the nice, kind Hae Kang he had in his head and as soon as she shows something different (the way she dealt with pain internalizing it) he can't handle it. Sure you're a good guy but you didn't have to deal with your dad's company for __ years to harden you and make you ruthless, you could just play around in your little lab to your heart's content. And I believe it will be the same with Seol Ri. He just wants an "easy" love it seems, so Seol Ri better not lose her shine and remain peppy, cutesy and cheerful even when she's thrown all the pressure that comes with marrying into his family, or else she'll be thrown to the curb as soon as another youthful, optimistic woman shows up. One thing I like about the show is that they didn't make Hae Kang into a saint just to turn her into the perfect flawless victim for the viewer to pity, so although I side with her in the whole cheating business I also like that there's room for character growth. I feel Hae Kang's pain deeply but frankly the sooner she's out of that house the better, Jin Eon and Seol Ri can have each other for all I care. It's not like their path will be roses and sunshine from now on anyway.