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  1. Aaaarrrghhh!!!!!! It's upsetting to me. I don't want to be called Minoz if this is what they do. Disregarding guidelines and disrespecting LMH. He has the patience of a saint! (Yes, I'll use the red, fiery face!)
  2. I can't believe no one is discussing this drama. This is the first time that I've followed a drama and nothing is going on at Soompi. I usually don't comment too much, but I feel like this one is being overlooked. I'm really enjoying it! It gives me a lot to think about. It isn't shallow and predictable. I don't find it boring. There are a lot of little details that are easy to miss. I agree. It's not black and white. I haven't watched the original Japanese version, so I don't know the story or how it will end. I'm not sure what the "happy ending" will be. As Si-ho explained, getting married and getting divorced are both about seeking happiness. I'm finding that I have a lot of sympathy for each of the characters--except maybe Jang-hyun. (He doesn't even seem to remember his own life. Does he have two personalities?!) Each of us is born with our personality. We don't exactly choose to be uptight or carefree or introvert or extrovert. But we do have to learn how to interact with others and consider their feelings. Without realizing it, I think we expect people to be able to read our minds and know what we are thinking and feeling without telling them. I liked seeing the realization come to Hwi-roo about Seok-moo when Si-ho showed up late for the movie, and when she tried balancing on the curb. Walking in the other person's shoes helps you to see from their point of view and from their personality.
  3. Is anybody watching? Has anyone seen the Japanese version? I like Cha Tae-hyun and Bae Doona, and Lee El is growing on me. I'm enjoying the more introspective style of this drama.
  4. LMH in Faith episode 9: Thanks for the recap @syntyche and for everyone's posts! I didn't remember this style until @CallieP pointed it out. There is only this one shot, so it's a little hard to judge, but I think I would have liked it for CY. I'm not sure why his look changed or why this look wasn't used. At the time I first watched Faith, I didn't realize that viewers' feedback could change a drama. I do remember since then seeing a promo clip where LMH tells viewers to look for his new hairstyle. To me, LMH looks good with any style! My favorite moment of this episode is this exchange of tiny smiles between CY and the king: cr. syntyche I like that CY has an auntie to tell him he's not all that. AND ... I am so tickled to see the teasers this week!!! I truly didn't expect such a gift. I thought such promotion wouldn't be permitted under the rules of military service. I'm glad I was wrong.
  5. Hello everyone! I'm enjoying your posts! Yes! I was thinking of Jason Bourne, though. I was getting all kinds of Bourne Identity vibes ... even the frantic chasing music. I'm really liking the set-up and the actors. Yes! I think he is one for blending in, but his skills shine (more Bourne vibes); however, as you said, SJS stands out in a crowd! This is going to be fun!
  6. LMH in Faith episode 8: Thanks @Latifah_! I, too, love CY's relationship with the king. They both benefit and grow. I like this moment too, @msdot!
  7. LMH in Faith episode 7: Thanks for the recap @CallieP! This is a strong episode. I like the sweet moments: falling asleep on her shoulder, brushing the flower from his hair, his affection for the young boy. But the most compelling scene is the crisis with the former king: I thought Eun-soo would be (and should be) more understanding. She is a doctor. She should know about life and death and suffering, and the limited options for helping Chungjeong. She's seen blood before, but not death. Choi Young has seen a lot of both. He's from a different world. I think there is a little disappointment from each of them about the other: she can't understand why he killed, and he doesn't understand why she can't understand.
  8. It's very quiet here these days, but very noisy at Suseo. LMH in Faith episode 6:
  9. Catching up. Thanks for all the posts! LMH in Faith episode 5: Favorite scene...
  10. I think 3017 accomplished what it set out to do. It is a story of life's moments--some big, some small--and what we make of them. It didn't follow the k-drama formula, which seemed upsetting for some viewers, but instead was refreshingly different. It isn't perfect. There were some details that fell by the wayside. (I blame live-shooting more than anything.) I enjoyed Woo-jin's narration, voicing the show's message for all to hear. A few of my favorite moments: Love you, Jennifer! @stuartjmz Oh, to share a little optimism with you. Kim Tae-rin was not a villain.
  11. Sooooo sweet! I loved it! There was only one villain: DON'T DRINK AND DRIVE!!!
  12. I’m hoping for the 200 Euro note to work some "ruby slippers" magic!
  13. I understood what you meant as well. My comment was on the doctor's comment. Jennifer was made to feel guilty, and she sure does. I had thought that she felt extreme sadness, but now I see that she is also feeling guilt. A mother will inevitably feel guilt at the loss of her unborn child, but the doctor should have tried to dispel it instead of compound it--even if she had been neglectful. TLDR = Bad Doctor!