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  1. Haha I just tried to read the link above and google immediately translated it to the weird set of English text. But I think I got the general jist
  2. oh boy am I already so enamoured by this show! It was on my radar to watch thanks to LJS but didn't realise that it would be released on netflix week by week! I'm all caught up now and I just been gushing about to the show to my mum and partner (who couldn't actually give two hoots about kdrama he isn't interested but I don't care, he will listen to me talk about this show). Right from the get go, I could tell from the cinematography and the soundtrack that this show was different to other kdramas I have watched. It had almost a 'movie' like feel to the scene, esp with the opening and the gentle and subtle way of introducing the two main characters and the husband character. I became intrigued with LNY's character immediately and find her incredibly stunning to watch act. LJS is charming and wonderful as always but since I have seen him in a lot of his dramas, I don't sense anything brand new as such. Definitely not saying that is a bad thing at all, it's just LNY is all shiny and new to me and she is just so cool! Aside from the lead characters and me loving their story, relationship, history, just everything, I just adored some other elements too: Guy who is 2nd lead, liked him straight away. Found myself really enjoying his scenes with LNY and wanting to see how their relationship develops of the course of the 16 episodes. These two actors have great chemistry too. (though I still want the two leads to end up together) but I have found in past drama-watching I get bored of the second lead and annoyed at having to watch their scenes. But this is not the case so far with this guy. I LOVE the subtle way they introduced bisexuality in to the show with LJS' ex being with a woman now. So cool I also just LOVED the "come over for ramyeon" conversation between the leads. The fact that LNY's character was so open to talk about sex and lamenting that it had been ages since she had sex had my mouth gaping in shock but also so pleased that we have a female character openly and unashamedly talking about her (currently lacking) sex life. It feels real, it feels natural and more in line with the fact we are in 2019. and LOVE the fact that while LJS' character has been pining away for LNY, he hasn't been a monk about it. Like I have always found it rather unrealistic and am intrigued by the fact that we have characters that are engaging in casual relationships but still maintain solid working relationships etc. This also feels 'newish' to the kdrama world and I would be interested to know if there are other kdramas out there now that heading down this path. I think I still get a shock when watching kdramas and seeing this kind of representation (as small as it was) in korean tv. Compared to another Netflix offering - Sex Education (a british tv show) which is really good. All that stuff is not a surprise to have in the show. I think it is just really damn cool to have a kdrama that has these elements in it. Lol that most of my loves at the moment of the show are centred around the more sexual elements of the show (haha) but I guess those are the elements that don't appear in kdramas a lot. Really looking forward to seeing where this show goes over the next 6-8 weeks.
  3. Oh it makes me so happy to read all of your comments about this - I am glad that haters are on here and are enjoying this drama as much as me. I am giddy for these two - I think their chemistry is just so so gooood and both of them are great actors. Also re the kissing scene, which is prob one of the sexiest I have seen in kdrama (aside from Encounter with Seo Kang Joon and the hint of tongue.. :P) I also really really really am a fan of the fact that KYJ's character is just as into him and wanting to express herself in this physical way. Like it isn't just the guy who wants it. This scene is made better for her involvement in it, kissing him back, wrapping her arms around him and arching her back. To me, the arching of the back is a real sign lady is into what is happening. I'm kinda glad that Ep 14 didn't air this week so I can bask in the awesomeness of Ep 13 more.
  4. OMG your response here is EVERYTHING. You summed up exactly what was wonderful about Episode 11 and his journey for self discovery. After watching Seo Kang Joon in Cheese in the Trap in the middle of watching The Third Charm, I really have to say his acting is just superb. Even just physically, he seems different, even in the facial expressions. Like SKJ is choosing to hold his face differently in order to become Joon Young. As an theatre actor and acting teacher, it is so great to see actors do good work. And I might gush about SKJ here but actually all of the actors are top notch.
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