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  1. Yes it does seem like everyone became really good friends throughout the duration of the drama. And yes, both Do Jihan and Im Soohyang, I believe, mentioned how they became really close and like how they weren't as close with the other co-stars of theirs during other projects as they were with each other. It does seem as though they are comfortable with each other. Also when Im Soohyang mentioned going on a trip as a small break from projects and how Do Jihan already said he was already planning to go on a trip, I thought they might as well go together haha.
  2. I put some of the interviews below in the spoiler tags. There actually weren't that many from Im Soohyang that I could find in the style of like the Q&A that I like better than just the paragraphs so I did some of the paragraph style for her. I could, however, find a lot for Do Jihan of Q&A. I did put the links to the interviews because they do have some pictures there. I guess if anyone sees any other that they want me to do, just tell me and I'll see if I can get to it. Do Jihan Newsen: Part 1 - http://www.newsen.com/news_view.php?uid=201711080955166710 Part 2 - http://www.newsen.com/news_view.php?uid=201711081048566710 Sedaily: http://www.sedaily.com/NewsView/1ONIG9AHL5 News1: Part 1 - http://news1.kr/articles/?3148500 Part 2 - http://news1.kr/articles/?3147078 Im Soohyang News1: Part 1 - http://news1.kr/articles/?3142946 Part 2 - http://news1.kr/articles/?3146082 Sports Chosun: Part 1 - http://sports.chosun.com/news/ntype.htm?id=201711120100096400006787&servicedate=20171111 Part 2 - http://sports.chosun.com/news/ntype.htm?id=201711120100096380006785&servicedate=20171111 Part 3 - http://sports.chosun.com/news/ntype.htm?id=201711120100096390006786&servicedate=20171111
  3. It seems like a lot of interviews from Do Jihan and Im Soohyang have been released upon the completion of the drama. I'll try to translate some and then post some here. Some of them involve questions about the drama and about their experiences, so there should be some interesting reads.
  4. The show has officially come to an end. This ending episode seemed to bring back the feelings that the show first had in the beginning, kind of like the lightheartedness, before we began to be boggled down by the mole plot, which was seemingly resolved fairly quickly. I think if the writer had included it a bit earlier and then gave way to more episodes like this in the end, it may have been a more satisfying ending. Not that it wasn't satisfying, it tied up almost all of the loose ends, but that there was just so much kind of information that they could've gone on in the last episode to continue that it just feels a bit like a waste. I do understand that this is the way daily dramas are, though, that mostly by the second half they become immersed in the plot and start to become sort of on the heavy side in order to resolve the plot. But there were just a couple of things that I'd wish to see throughout the course of the drama. For one thing, WR and TJ's relationship was never really there. When TJ went to GH's house to ask for permission to get married from her mother, her mother said that they should get permission from WR. She then randomly comes out of the bedroom and says that she's okay with it because she likes TJ. Then that's it. That's like her only scene of the drama, besides going to the chicken shop. There definitely weren't many bonding moments between them and in the end, it just feels like she had a bigger bond with DH. Who knows what they're going to do when he gets out. I don't think DH ever expects to see WR again, he may have just told her that he'd see her later just to placate her for that moment and because she's too young to understand. But I don't think he'll be able to disappear from her life that easily if WR knows that BR might still see him since BR said that she got a surprise present, and it was WR's drawing. As a sidenote, I also wanted to see a bit of HC and WR being together. Secondly, I know that it wasn't really a part of the plot or main story, but we never really got to see JY together with his mother and new family. TJ's grandmother said that once TJ moves out of the house, he's going to be moving into GH's house, that JY can have the room since he doesn't have one and now they just conveniently do. But he didn't really have much of a relationship with them either, well at least with HJ or the grandmother I guess really. I guess it just would've been nice to see once in a while. Finally, the chief and GH's mother. I think their friendship and/or relationship could've lightened the atmosphere at some points and have been a fun little side plot because then there could potentially be the possibility of him being GH's stepfather thereby being TJ's father-in-law. They did agree on being coffee friends, to meet at the same coffee shop, which could spark their friendship and perhaps something more. But I think that a plot like that could've been a small distraction from the heavyness of TJ and GH pursuing the Jin family for a while. Anyway, when it came to the marriage between TJ and GH, it just feels like their families were just kind of agreeing to agree, kind of like they couldn't find a reason for them not to be together because of all of the things that they've been through, like GH helping TJ's family probably being the most important part. During the family meeting in the beginning GH's mom and TJ's grandmother still seemed to be kind of against the marriage, but in the end, at the chicken shop, it seemed that they came to a general understanding with TJ's grandmother saying that she'll treat WR as if she were her own granddaughter and even complimented GH. GH and TJ didn't have any problem regarding their housing once they're married. Although at the meeting it was said that TJ was looking for apartments, he asked GH's mother if they'd be able to move in, if she'd allow it, because it's close to the station and because WR is comfortable there. TJ's family generally agreed with that statement that they shouldn't uproot WR into a different home. Am I the only one who found it kind of funny that all of the sons in the drama are or are going to be living with their in-laws? HJ and her husband, SH and BR, and now TJ and GH. I do think that GH set up the meeting between TJ and his mother because she told TJ that she'd buy him a meal and at the restaurant his mother said that she came to see GH. GH says that it's because, since they're getting married, she also wants to get permission from her as well. They at least were able to patch some things up, or come to a mutual understanding, which seems to be the resolving point of the final episode. His mother tells him that she won't live so she's an embarrassment to him and he brings up the hospital and other things, thanking her and calling her mother for the first time. His mother then complimented him, earning her a slight smile from him. On the plus side, at least they're able to eat together in the same room peacefully. GH did bring up their bet, about them each betting their jobs and name or whatever it was they did and said that they must've come to a tie. I'm glad that it wasn't completely forgotten at least. They also told each other that they learned a lot from each other, GH said she learned how to be a better cop from TJ, about being like objective and whatnot. TJ says he's going to try to become a warmhearted cop. I guess it was to be expected that TJ would take over the chief spot at the station. When I saw that in the text preview, about a young and handsome new chief coming, I was kind of wondering what it could be because I found that typically the last sentence of the preview would be what the episode would end on and wondered what in the world it was. But before TJ entered the other three were talking about the new guy and they mentioned that they heard that the new guy was stricter than Hwang, which would've probably been true for the old TJ. Chief had been appointed as like a regional chief. All in all though it was an enjoyable drama. I enjoyed the story and watching the characters. Sure there were times when it seemed like the story wasn't moving or that they story became rushed, as with a lot of the dramas that air, all in all I did like it. I do hope that I'll be able to see some of the actors and actresses in other projects in the future. Well, we made it 120 episodes guys. Here's to the end!
  5. I can't believe that we're down to the final episode. It does seem clear now that the last episode will be full of tying loose ends and perhaps a time jump into the future so we can see how everything I guess is going to play out. Here's the translation of the text preview for the final episode tomorrow: GH and TJ have the formal meeting between the adults (I guess in preparation for their wedding). DH meets with his family in visitation (perhaps BR comes to visit him or SH? Maybe even his kinda stepmother that he once despised so much?) SH moves into his in-law's home (I think so BR can care for her father and whatnot, they discussed it in today's episode) GH's mom finally meets the Chief (finally discovering his identity as the one who has been writing the comments) Meanwhile, at Chamsuri there is a young and handsome new chief appointed... So it does seem like an episode full of like tying loose ends. I was happy that the kidnapping didn't take the entire episode, thereby leaving everything to be rushed tomorrow and was frankly okay with today's episode, although it does seem like everything was kind of pushed into the first half was taken care of with relative ease. I think some parts of us knew that WR was going to be the one to convince DH to turn himself in. Her phone call with him in the beginning of the episode only really sort of hit that idea home. I wonder if GH will one day tell her what really happened to her father or if she'll think it'll be better for WR not to know. DH did tell WR that he'll come to see her later, though, and nodded his head when she asked him if he was being serious. I guess they were really trying to redeem him, though, by having him be the one who called the cops and made his meeting with the mole be a setup so they could capture him and then turn himself in. It also seems as though he sort of had a reconciliation of some sorts, as much as one could go, with TJ when they had their discussion in jail. The same with GH, a sort of reconciliation or at least like the same ground, as he told her that he didn't know he could love someone like that, as in her and WR, that a person like him was capable of something like that. He also apologized to GH, saying that he knows it's useless, but he thought that he should say that to her, which is why he asked to see her. GH did say that she can't forgive him but thanked him for saving WR and not pretending like he didn't know anything, since the mole had texted him about WR. It seems like Chairman Jin is opening his heart to SH as his son-in-law. As BR and SH were leaving his room they said that they'd be back tomorrow and only once they left did it seem like he was finally opening up to it. SH also did tell BR that he didn't want to go abroad, and it seemed like BR didn't want to either. SH said that there was a project that he wanted to do that he and JY could probably do well on, and BR didn't want to leave her father. I liked to see the banter between GH and TJ back. Like GH trying to make TJ praise her and then later when she finds out about the ring and tries to discretely ask TJ about it, but ultimately failing. TJ even gave in a friendly dig to her back when GH said that she must've aged ten years because of the ordeals, since TJ was unconscious, and TJ told her "No wonder your face..." All of the talk about proposing was pretty funny, I thought. The station talking about it and then TJ awkwardly asking YS about it. Their planning of the proposal was fun, too and the scene of them trying to act normal when she re-entered with the food was even more hilarious. I also thought it was hilarious when TJ's stepmother found the ring and excitedly told GH about it. She also did say to GH and her mother that TJ's grandmother wanted WR to come over and hang out with her, further opening the doors for their relationship. But GH probably became more suspicious about the proposal from the people at the police station, too asking her and bringing up TJ. I guess that's what made the scenes in the police station and the actual proposal kind of funny. GH knows that TJ has a ring and is probably going to propose again and then there's TJ and the rest of the police station attempting to be discrete about the entire thing and neither knows that the other knows. It was also entertaining to see a nervous and flustered TJ. In the police station their conversation was something like: GH: Do you have anything to say to me? TJ: What? (drinks coffee) The coffee's good GH: There probably won't be any time for just the two of us on the day of your farewell party TJ: Those parties tend to be like that Dialogue at the actual proposal: GH: What are you staring at? Is it the first time that you've seen a pretty Moo Gunghwa? TJ: Sit down GH: No thanks. Do you have anything to say to me before people come? I think there's something I have to hear. I mean, why is someone who is so headstrong beating around the bush on this problem? Did I misunderstand? TJ: What problem? GH: What I mean is this problem. The two of us TJ: So I'm asking you what the problem is GH: Yah, Cha Taejin! You're really going to be like this! I was going to hold myself back until the end but I can't. Are you just going to run away like this you jerk? TJ: What? GH: Are you going to marry me or not? TJ: Sure, let's do that. Let's get married GH: You should have said it sooner TJ: (when GH attempts to kiss him) Wait...over there... Now that we're at the final episode and everything is pretty much resolved, besides some family relations, let's just hope that we'll get some cute moments in the end, like GH, TJ, and WR being a proper family and maybe everyone getting along to some degree. Although I still do think that the writer is going to continue to redeem DH a little bit in the end, I'm just going to hope for the best. Here's to the last episode!
  6. I agree that there weren't many moments during the drama where they created the chemistry for the viewers. They had a couple but they were very sparse, as in only happening when large things needed to happen for the drama. Most of the drama, I think, was probably spent with them arguing and yelling at one another than them actually being a couple. I actually saw Do Jihan for the first time in Real School, where I totally didn't actually remember it was him, all these years later, and just thought he seemed familiar when I started watching this drama. I've actually never seen Hwarang. His character was the same in Real School as it is here, kind of, as in the smart guy who doesn't show emotions. There were way more funny moments there, though, but that's because it was like a teenage daily drama I think, so things weren't taken too seriously ever. I really liked Tales of New Gisaeng. I did think the chemistry there was really good, too. Maybe there were some more impacting moments in that drama that happened, although the last couple of episodes were a bit lackluster in that one for me.
  7. Honestly, I don't know how everything is going to wrap up. I feel like things regarding everything might, for the most part, come to at least somewhat of a conclusion tomorrow and then Friday just kind of puts the finishing touches? Unless something big happens tomorrow, which brings me to the text preview, translation of which follows. Chairman Jin sends DH to the States and says that he was the one to do everything (perhaps he thinks it's his last saving grace after TJ's bio-mom told him that he essentially ruined his son's life). DH meets WR for the last time and the mole takes WR (I'm thinking like maybe kidnapping). Meanwhile, TJ is preparing to move stations and GH throws a beautiful farewell party. Is the show setting it up for DH to save WR one last time? Are they trying to redeem him? I don't know why, but a part of me feels like he isn't possibly going to get out of it alive this time, or that the chances are going to be small. Perhaps he's going to end up giving his life for the little girl whose father he killed? That being the case if WR is actually getting kidnapped by the mole. Maybe DH will think that enough is enough and finally come to his senses when she's involved? I know they tried to give him a redeeming point at the end of today's episode when he calls the hospital to ask whether TJ has woken up or not, but that was after GH yelled at him in his office, which was a great point by her today, I thought. In his office, GH told DH things that he would eventually need to hear, that everything was his choice. There was some great dialogue in their scene, but one of the best parts of it for me was this: GH: How did you become such a monster? DH: If I became a monster, then it's all because of you GH: Because of me? It wasn't. It was all your choice She then listed the crimes, like her husband's accident and hitting TJ with the car, reinforcing that it was his choice to do those things. As expected, though, TJ woke up this episode, although they did mention that he was out for a week in the drama, so I guess it wasn't like he immediately woke up the next day. I do kind of like how GH is sort of the bridge between TJ and his mother. She told her to stay when she visited the hospital when he was still unconscious and she passed on the key that his mother gave her, which evidently opened up the safe with the ledgers she threatened Hwang with yesterday's episode. But still, I can't imagine how they're going to end it. It kind of feels like the rest of the episodes were lackluster and now they're just cramming a whole bunch of things in at the end. I always thought TJ's accident was going to come sooner and that they would do something else with it since GH's husband passed away from an accident and, like they mentioned in today's episode, it would be like a flashback for GH that she would have to deal with. I previously thought that that would be the reason for them breaking up, that she wouldn't want to have to go through that again, if something did end up happening. It also doesn't seem like they really dived too deeply into things, like with HJ meeting her mother and the family finding out about that and then another instance being TJ's grandmother and WR's friendship. There's only 2 episodes left and I just hope that they don't try to resolve everything in the very last episode.
  8. Am I the only one who feels like some of the things that are happening this week should've happened last week, ie TJ's accident perhaps being the weekend cliffhanger? Because based on the text preview for tomorrow, things are probably going to get resolved last minute. Here's the preview: Although TJ receives an emergency surgery, he's unconscious and GH goes to find DH who ordered the accident. BR and SH return home together. Meanwhile, TJ's bio-mom gives an important key to GH. Chairman Jin receives a search and seize warrant from the prosecutors. The fact that TJ is going to be unconscious, although we don't know for how long, doesn't seem like good news and I feel like the writer could've probably done more with it if they had more time, which is why I think they should've had the accident happen last week sometime in order to give enough room. It just kind of feels now that they're starting to rush some things now and that some things probably won't even have a proper ending. I get that daily dramas are, of course, daily dramas and long, but it seems like there was just a lot of dragging in the middle with too much focus on the love triangle that everything else kind of moved to the back burner and just stayed there until now. We did get some movement, though, at least seemingly. But since TJ has the file that the mole was looking for and now he's rendered unconscious in the hospital, I wonder if anyone else will be able to get their hands on it or even know that he has it. Maybe the key that TJ's bio-mom gives GH will be part of the answer, and maybe she'll mention something about the file to GH. It seems like she's actually starting to move against Hwang, presenting the ledger to him and giving the file to TJ in the first place. But then again DH and his father both know that his mother was giving him that file, but BR knows, too, after hearing the conversation her father was having on the phone, so maybe she'll say something? The issue between GH's mother and BR was fairly easily resolved. She went to visit her to talk about things where BR said that she can't break up with SH and wants to stay by his side. GH's mother did ask her if she was the one who did something wrong, asking her why she can't lift her head, seemingly lightning the tension between them, I guess and thereby showing her approval a bit. SH even tells her the same thing, he can't break up with BR, when she goes to visit him. His mother tells him to leave with her, though, for a couple of years. Even though TJ shuts out his family from the stuff that's going on in his life, at least GH reached out to his family to tell them what's been going on, about the reporter and the article and about how it was because the reporter kept asking questions about his mother. That was the reason why TJ's father reached out to her to tell her about the situation and tell about the suspicions that they have against DH being behind it, of which she is able to confirm. Additionally, it seems like TJ took the advice from GH and opened up to her a bit. He told her that he didn't like eating alone and once she sat, he told her that he was even more embarrassed when it came to his mother and that house. He also slightly opened up to his mother when he met her. Even though it wasn't much, he did tell her thanks. I don't know how the writer plans on ending the series, though. It does seem like things are beginning to kind of get rushed but that's to be expected since there are only 3 episodes left and a lot of ground to cover. I feel like there'll just be some sort of time jump in the end and a short epilogue to kind of show where everyone is. And it feels like we haven't seen WR in a while.
  9. I can't believe that we're in our last week, our final 5 episodes before the end. As always, let's just hope that the end will be at least a bit satisfying. It seems like TJ and GH will be playing like cat and mouse with DH until the end, at least based on the text preview for tomorrow of which the translation is: Although TJ and GH noticed that there was evidence (regarding the case), DH first gets Hwang to remove it (I'm assuming that this, and the fact that Hwang has like hidden accounts or something will result in his downfall and eventual firing from the police). TJ's bio-mom meets with Hwang and suggests a deal (maybe to save her son, or rather both TJ and DH somehow?) Meanwhile, TJ is accused of assaulting the reporter (from today's episode) and DH tells TJ that he's going to kill him. It seems like Hwang and DH might be starting to turn on one another. From their meeting in today's episode it seems like DH doesn't really care if Hwang gets caught, with Hwang worried about the dirt that TJ's digging up on him and asking DH to do something about it. Who knows, maybe they'll explode from the inside, with Hwang turning against DH and maybe taking the deal with TJ's bio-mom, whatever that deal may be. As expected the reporter was sent by DH as a setup, probably both because he's angry at TJ and now at TJ's bio-mom because of his father's sudden change in supposedly wanting to include her in his will. But now GH knows more about TJ's life because of the reporter confronting him in regards to his parents and the past case against them. Even if it's not in a conventional way, at least she's learning a bit more about his life and what he's been through. But still, it seems like TJ is still having a hard time expressing himself, continuing to lash out. I guess it makes sense because he probably feels like he's backed into a corner and he acted like that before when he was throughout the series, but I just hope he finds a way to open himself up to those around him. He kind of lashed out at both his stepmother, sister, and grandmother when they were talking about praising him, and when his grandmother compared him to his mother. Thinking about it, though, that was probably his problem ever since his mother left him. As they stated before in the drama he never really complained or anything about her, never really expressed himself about her. Holding it in definitely never did him any well, especially now that she's kind of like the one thing that's holding over his head, his one weakness in a way. Since he always kept it inside, he probably doesn't know how to express himself about her and never probably really got over it, just burying it and hoping that it'd never come up again. At least GH told him that it upsets her that he's essentially blocking her from getting closer to him, emotionally, and recognizes that he pushes her away when he's struggling, trying to handle it all alone. It also happened sometimes with their relationship. Back when he was talking about getting married, he never really told her anything about his family, even though she already basically knew, and just kept saying that he'd take care of things himself. Perhaps that was another problem in their relationship, though. They both blocked one another out during their hard times with the wall they built around themselves. I wonder how DH will find the evidence first, though and ask Hwang to get it if GH has it. I know that the mole told him that GH has it and told him that it's a video recording, but I don't know how they'll be able to pull it off since he's not exactly a welcome guest in the house anymore. There is the possibility I guess that Hwang could go the police route, but there's no basis for a warrant, but then again, it's Hwang and he could probably fake one so they'd have access to the house to look. But TJ seems to know that there must be something in the stuff since he was also asking where the stuff was. It's just a race against time now.
  10. I guess my confusion in their interaction comes in the reason of why does the writer decide to have them meet now with 5 episodes left? TJ's bio-mom knew that GH was the woman that DH liked and knew that she was the woman that TJ liked as well, and even knew that they were dating at one point. There were plenty of other opportunities for her to speak with her, but because of BR and SH, now she seeks out GH and talks to her, that part is just kind of weird to me, I guess, kind of like why now? Did TJ's bio-mom know all of the details or did she just figure that, based on DH's undying 'love' for her and her dating TJ, that GH was kind of leaving them on? I don't know, just some of her actions make it seem like she doesn't know whose side to be on, DH or TJ's. It's like her and DH were head to head at one point, and still kind of are, but it seems like she'll kind of do anything to protect him as well? As far as TJ goes, she knows that he hates her and we know that they may have to come to an understanding later, but it seems like that might be rushed as well. I do understand why she said those things about GH sort of like two-timing both of them since it is kind of true, although DH's sort of obsession with GH did play a part in that, but GH was never really firm with her answer until way after the point she should've been. I just feel like it's the wrong time for her to be mad at GH for that? If anything, I think she should've been angry at her for that sooner, back when DH was having regular interaction with GH and WR.
  11. It seems like GH has asked for a re-investigation and TJ approached the head of the police department or something asking for a week to reveal everything, or else he'll like quit the force himself if what he reveals is found to be false. It seems like GH is determined to get to the bottom of everything and when TJ asks if it'll be alright because they're technically family, GH says that she hesitated because of that reason and he was someone who was nice to WR, but it does seem like she's finally determined. And it seems like that's why she came to the decision to ask for a re-investigation, that and the fact that DH told her to bring evidence that he did it. GH did ask TJ why he didn't say anything about his bio-mom, revealing that she came to her house because of BR and SH, and apologized for the things she said in the past. I guess now at least he knows that she knows. TJ did tell GH that it wasn't like he could just tell her that his bio-mom was the Jin siblings' stepmother, it wasn't easy for him to say and that if he said it, then it could have potentially made GH uncomfortable. Anyway, I liked seeing their banter with one another once again and GH telling him that they're definitely in it together, with like the case, as partners, asking TJ not to forget that. To be honest, TJ's bio-mom confuses me a little, at least her interactions with GH do. She meets up with her again in this episode where she opens with talking about BR and SH, but then ends up talking about GH herself and DH, TJ is also thrown in there as well. She confirms that GH knows that she's TJ's bio-mom and asks about his work, thankfully GH just kind of tells her the basics of things and manages to show her confidence in TJ saying that he'll be able to reveal the true criminal. Next his bio-mom confirms that GH didn't tell TJ that she was meeting her and says that it seems like TJ really loves GH. She also admits that she didn't really like GH since she was like between DH and TJ and made TJ's life hard or something. Finally, she tells GH that she thinks everything DH does or whatever is because of GH. But it's kind of like...what does she want her to do? It wasn't like she asked DH to do that, and that was probably the reason why she sought out DH at his office. At his office I think GH was trying to make DH tell her exactly what happened in a round about way. She asked him why BR and SH have to break up, asking him for the reason and telling him to answer her. Obviously DH couldn't and GH asks if it's because of him, asking why they must break up because of DH. DH just asks her what she really wants and that's when GH asks if he killed WR's father. DH brushes it off and tells her to essentially come to him when she has the evidence. Before she leaves, she does tell him that she hopes he turns himself in if it is in fact all his fault. I don't know whether GH and SH are ever going to tell their mother about the Jin family. I guess for the sake of SH's marriage to BR, they're probably going to keep it a secret for as long as they can, so who knows if she's ever going to find out, unless she suddenly hears the news from somewhere. But it seems like she'll figure out somehow in the next episode. Did someone let it slip or does she get notified that GH is asking for a re-investigation? On the other hand, though, it seems like everyone now knows that TJ is investigating the accident. DH told BR about it, when BR said that she wanted to go abroad with SH, and TJ's bio-mom heard their conversation. I wonder if it'll make BR act any differently now that she knows that the truth about her brother might be revealed, but does she know that he knows the true reason or does she just think that he came around to her way of thinking? But DH visited SH asking him to divorce BR, asking him not to make her suffer anymore. SH stands his ground, telling DH that he won't no matter what happens and asks him not to come to him regarding that matter anymore. Although he never states that he knows what happened. And like with the recent trend there's only been a text preview, so here's what it basically says: GH's mom is opposed to BR who knew that DH is the one who committed the crime 7 years ago. DH's father fixes his will for TJ's bio-mom. TJ forcefully pushes a reporter who wants an interview (I guess he wanted an interview about the entire scandal, which I think kind of got resolved this episode?). Finally, DH becomes aware that there is evidence regarding the accident.
  12. It really was. One would think that it would have more of an affect on them because it's like everything they originally thought about the case no longer holds true. The person that they believed did it, and who was put in jail for it or whatever, is not actually the person who committed the crime, they've been angry about the wrong person. I guess I just thought that there would've been something more than what they gave. I know that in the end SH and BR are going to be together, but it was just very simple the way it was handled, like it didn't even matter at all.
  13. I just loved the ending scene and am at least grateful that it didn't happen during like the last 5 minutes of the last episode (looking at you Cheer Up Mr. Kim). But I wonder if they're just going to get back together with no regard to what happened before, that it's kind of been like 'Oh, well my family doesn't really hate you as much anymore so it's alright now.' I know that the confession happened from GH, she was the one who actually confessed, which I completely adore and think that that's what TJ needed, but I don't really know what to make of it, like her reason for suddenly confessing to him. I know that I shouldn't probably be reading too much into it either and that it'll probably be something that's glossed over in the end. But the dialogue was great and I thought the acting was fine as well. I actually loved the fact that we got to see TJ sort of cry, even if it was a tear, it was at least him letting his guard down a little instead of just getting defensive. If anyone wants to watch that particular scene itself, it's been uploaded onto YouTube by KBS. The video isn't allowed to be embedded, but here's the link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sP2FA4yUV0M The reason TJ was drunk like that was because it's almost certain, the way things are looking, that he's going to get fired from his job. Anyway, this is what their conversation is on the staircase: GH: Cha Taejin, get yourself together. You didn't do anything wrong, but why are you acting like this making someone frustrated with you? My man can only do this much? You're someone that I'm really proud of, but you're going to give up like this? Inspector Cha Taejin, you aren't like this. TJ: Go. I'm fine, so go GH: No, I won't. I'm going to stay by your side until the day I die. You said that one is able to overcome any hardships if they're with the person they love. Well I'm by your side right now. I love you The other issue, however, is SH and BR. SH told BR that he's able to give up everything for her, just like what she said before to him, and that was after the news that DH is more than likely the one who is behind the accident. I can't imagine that SH and GH's mother is going to be able to accept it that easily or it might just be something else that's kind of brushed under the rug for the time being. Maybe it'll be one of those things that's secretly taken care of off camera. Also, now that GH knows who TJ's bio-mom is, I wonder if she'll try to at least assist in communication between them, or if she won't because of TJ's previous warnings because of his hatred for his mother. I do wonder if she'll somehow let it slip that TJ is about to get fired and if that's when his mother is going to try to step up and protect him. There is no video preview for tomorrow but there is a text preview. It says that GH's mom wants to meet with essentially chief, who's leaving the comments on her lunch box website. DH's father finally wakes up and looks for TJ's bio-mom. TJ's bio-mom and the lawyer friend meet up and DH sees them. Then finally, GH asks DH about the accident. DH doesn't already know that GH or other people know, right? I mean he has an inkling that TJ knows, but that's only because TJ said that he knows that the mole guy wasn't actually the one who committed the crime. Yet I don't think he actually knows that they have figured out his identity. I wonder if GH questioning him about it will cause him to want to turn himself in and do right. I know we have 5 episodes left for something to happen, but what the lawyer friend said to him in today's episode is true, does he still think that he'll be able to be with GH or that he'll actually be able to look at WR the same now knowing that he's done? He's been keeping his distance ever since he found out for a reason. But here's to the 5, 6 including tomorrow's, that we have left. Let's hope it's a good ending.
  14. That is true. I forgot that he was angry about the accident before. He probably does harbor a deeper sort of hatred towards the one that committed the accident maybe because of his role as GH's older brother? I could see the news about BR's family's involvement in the accident more devastating to him than anyone else.
  15. I found it interesting that when TJ told GH that he believes it's DH that killed her husband, GH immediately started sobbing and asking what she should do about SH. I don't know if it was a just in the moment thing because of everything surrounding her brother and BR that has happened thus far, like the baby, but I kind of found it interesting that that would be her first train of thought, to worry about SH and BR being together. In the text preview for tomorrow it mentions that TJ's grandmother will find out that WR is GH's daughter. SH and JY will are selected for the competition that they entered. It also seems like the lawyer guy is going to try to get TJ's bio-mom onto his side. Finally, it seems TJ is actually going to be put into a crisis or something? It seems like GH is going to like save him, or hold onto him, or something, it doesn't really say much, because it's a preview, but it seems like something is bound to happen to TJ one of these days, is that going to end up being the weekend cliffhanger?