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I am curious about their reactions next episode to the dude  saying "our dinner"

 

I really hope she dont   go back and finish dinner with him, if she does I think he will break it off this time.

 

The doctor is a snake let this be known!

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You said it beautifully @bedifferent. Will reply more once I watch 

 

thanks @7psyche7

@rocat Enjoy the latest episodes. Definitely some fingers interlocking there as they panned out. Or could I be imagining? :lol:

 

@dramaninja I have not watched the subbed episode, but K nets weren’t impressed with the doc & her decision to eat with him. 

However I do hope the domestic audience will be patient & understand that this is the journey of two imperfect people- finding themselves, learning about love & How to love 

 

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The Third Charm] Ep 6 Seo Kang Joon and Esom fight because of doctor Min Woo Hyuk

 
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Article: Naver 'The Third Charm' Seo Kang Joon fights with Esom because of Min Woo Hyuk "You're narrow-minded" 


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That brat doctor. She said she has a boyfriend, why does he keep coming in... 

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The characters are charismatic but the story development is so frustrating that I don't feel like watching it anymore............................. Does the male lead have to be such a coward? 

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Joon Young said it bothers him and he dislikes it. But why does Young Jae keep meeting that doctor.. And to eat dinner with him on her birthday, that's too much. 

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Esom asks Seo Kang Joon, "You don't believe in me?" But she only does things that causes distrust in her, how can he believe in her? She went to eat at the restaurant they booked earlier with another guy. And it's the guy that confessed to her. Seo Kang Joon said he hates it, She was angry and got out of the car. He took care of her brother and bought her favorite stir fried octopus, but she didn't even call on her birthday. And why is the divorced man so flirty? I watched this at first because of its fresh story, but if this is going to continue, I won't want to watch it anymore.. 

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Scriptwriter, please do something refreshing!!!! Please!

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Is it understandable why she could eat with some other guy when she fought with her boyfriend and got misunderstood? 

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No, but if my boyfriend comes to my house to make a birthday feast for me, I won't call him, I'd be sorry and thankful and run to him because I want to see him. 

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Her boyfriend made food for her, isn't it obvious that he wants to make up with her? What exactly was she thinking to not even give him a thank you call, kept her boyfriend waiting on her birthday and went to eat with another guy? I can't understand it... I can't understand.. On Joon Young isn't a coward, he's normal. Young Jae is fishing around and flirting. As for the doctor... I'm speechless. 

 

Article: Naver 'The Third Charm' Seo Kang Joon and Esom fight because of Min Woo Hyuk... will they confirm their feelings for each other?

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They fought because of the doctor, does she have to eat with him on her birthday? I don't get it... 

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I was so angry because I felt Seo Kang Joon's emotions at the end. 

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On Joon Young is timid, but he's a real lover. Young Jae is seriously... Why did you eat with the second male lead???

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I can understand everything, but no matter what, I don't get the part where she went to the place they reserved with him... 

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It's realistic.. The two getting upset at each other is understandable. But Young Jae-ya. At the end, it wasn't right to eat with him. 

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Joon Young is normal, Young Jae and the doctor is abnormal. Joon Young said it clearly that he dislikes it, and they fought because of the doctor, but she went to eat with the doctor? On her birthday? If Joon Young gets angry or if he hits the doctor, she can't say anything. 

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Why did you make the doctor a divorcee?? If he had divorced, he should be more careful with love. I don't understand why he's getting around a girl who has a boyfriend....

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I’ve just finished the latest episode. Why no preview :tears:

 

I felt very sorry for YJ’s brother, especially in the scene where they found out the lift broke down and he had no way to get back to his house other than to rely on JY. I love how caring and perceptive he is as a brother, he knew something was up between JY and YJ and tried to get them to make up by calling JY to make dinner for YJ together. 

 

Also thought the quarrel in the car was very well done. It felt like I was watching a realistic quarrel between a couple. Felt so sorry for both of them. 

 

We know the break up is looming, I’m eager to see how they will meet again for the third time, how they would have changed and mature and find their way back to each other. 

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Been reading comments about ep 6 and i know not everyone would agree with me but just to share, i love what JY's sister said, calling first is more on the personality of the person and that its bcoz of his pride that he cant call her first.  Thats just true with the way he is acting. And YJ's statement at the end of the ep about him not trusting her, it kinda hurts a lot. 

 

I understand that he is jealous and doesnt want to be the first to concede, but we also have to give YJ the credit when she called him after he left without a word the other night and for visiting him at home to bring food for his family, especially when her last encounter with his parents wasnt that pleasant at all. Also we have to consider that compared to JY who cooked for her bday bcoz the situation calls for it and not bcoz he planned it, YJ went to his house because she wanted to and not bcoz of an opportunity created by another person. 

 

While the drive home could have been an opportunity to settle things between them due to JY's insecurities it made matters worst. 

 

As for taking the Dr. at the restaurant where they made a reservation, i also think its a bit off, but then its her bday and id rather see her have a good dinner instead of just sulking at home. 

 

Tbh, this drama is way too close to reality. I remember reading a comment about their kisses hehehe, im also enjoying all of them :wub: 

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8 hours ago, blue_izce8 said:

Been reading comments about ep 6 and i know not everyone would agree with me but just to share, i love what JY's sister said, calling first is more on the personality of the person and that its bcoz of his pride that he cant call her first.  Thats just true with the way he is acting. And YJ's statement at the end of the ep about him not trusting her, it kinda hurts a lot. 

 

I understand that he is jealous and doesnt want to be the first to concede, but we also have to give YJ the credit when she called him after he left without a word the other night and for visiting him at home to bring food for his family, especially when her last encounter with his parents wasnt that pleasant at all. Also we have to consider that compared to JY who cooked for her bday bcoz the situation calls for it and not bcoz he planned it, YJ went to his house because she wanted to and not bcoz of an opportunity created by another person. 

 

While the drive home could have been an opportunity to settle things between them due to JY's insecurities it made matters worst. 

 

As for taking the Dr. at the restaurant where they made a reservation, i also think its a bit off, but then its her bday and id rather see her have a good dinner instead of just sulking at home. 

 

Tbh, this drama is way too close to reality. I remember reading a comment about their kisses hehehe, im also enjoying all of them :wub: 

See from my perspective she did not call him to much later either even after he made her birthday food.

 

Also not wanted to eat a alone is fine but no with the person you know is interesting you or at the place you reverse for you an your BF.She herself admit she would be angry as well.


People have to understand  JY knows that dude likes her and she know this as well thats a big problem.

 

The moment the doctor said  he likes her that relationship dynamic change.

 

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Alright, I just finished episode 6 and guess what, I love it more than Episode 5 :lol: I am also in love with Young-Jae's fashion.  Her striped dress, polka dots one and esp the burgundy top/bottom - the style is on point here with Esom who is statuesque.

 

We talked here at length about JY and YJ's relationship. What I like about E6 is that we get to see the kind of person both are through their relationships with Soo-Jae, played beautifully by Yang Dong-Geun.  This is important to me cuz I want to feel that I can root for both leads despite their obvious personality differences and flaws.

 

The underrated star for me in E6 is Soo-Jae so here are some of the screenshots.  I also noticed that the cinematographer and PD follow the "Rule of thirds" in photography to a T hahaha (placing the subject along the nine squares in composition LOL)

 

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This night talk between the siblings (when both are stuck at what to do) brings up old wound for Soo-Jae and addressed Young-Jae's doubt about ever-lasting happiness.  We have not gotten the answer to what happened to SJ's GF.  We can see how much hurt he still harbors.

 

After meeting Joon-Young's parents, Young-Jae reminisced about her own and regretted that she is not able to fulfill her daughterly love in the present.  It tells of how important her career and success are to YJ not only because of personal validation, but it also carries the most practical need, to help her family financially.   They both take comfort in the fact that true love is lasting since the parents passed away on the same day.  For the first time, we hear weariness in YJ's voice, doubting why couples would want to stay together despite the fightings and that it does get hard the longer the relationship is huh @triplem LOL.  Soo-Jae replied that the make ups are part of a relationship's evolution, why we continue is a question mark. :D  Young-Jae then asked her brother if he missed not having a relationship anymore.  Soo-Jae's sigh, averting his answers and eyes to the brightly lit moon, is poignant and expressed how much he missed those night walks with his old GF.  I love the quiet understanding from YJ for SJ's feelings and SJ's thoughtful actions/advice for his sister.  I also am impressed with how much respect they have for each other's independence.  They are lovely strong people.

 

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My other favorite sequence is the meeting between our detective and his GF's brother.  Starting with Soo-Jae's letting go of his Amor Fati (which is aptly named for SJ's philosophy in life.  Did I mention I love his character? :D)

Amor Fati is the Latin phrase for "love of fate", describes one's approach to life's ups and downs, the graceful way that one accepts the facts of life and if one has to repeat life over, would do the same.

 

He sold his beloved van, his love, in a hilarious yet also touchingly manner, to give his sister a proper birthday gift.  It also reflects his practical and realistic approach in life.  I really like how he is not immune to his hurdles that the coffee business is not working out.  I was sad for him nevertheless and touched for his gentle generosity with the last coffee.  I am worry about him not having any sort of transportation from now on. :(

 

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In the midst of the sadness (and a little bit of relief), Joon-Young interrupted with his own by-the-book police dilemma about breaking civil codes.  hahaha  If look could kill. LOL

 

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Ahhh, people, our boy redeemed himself with the grocery trip afterward.  It was important that SJ is able to gift his sister the meal, with his own money.  Once again, I like that JY accepts the money and his wishes - the respect and understanding that tells me his pettiness is really hormonal related LOL.  Just kidding.

 

I also love this scene where they make the meals together... knowing it has been long for Soo-Jae to do something he has always done for his own sister in the past.  I laughed at the onion moment, really like how this show is able to balance the touching moments with comedy.

 

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I have to come back and add more about our OTP.  Just wanted to post these two screenshots cuz visually it's pretty and conveyed the true feelings of Joon-Young.  Again, the rule of thirds. To us, it's pretty clear from the outside, that he should call Young-Jae on her birthday.  Yet, inside, he can't control his own jealousy and immature feelings.  I am on Team Young-Jae in this episode.

 

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I'm loving this drama. It's got a slice of life feel I love, and it focuses on the characters instead of on plot twists. I threw all my thoughts about it together here: https://idlerevelry.wordpress.com/2018/10/14/musings-on-the-third-charm-episode-6/. But I love coming onto this thread to see what everyone's thinking! I can't wait to see how they break up and meet again, and to see Young-jae's brother and friend finally meet. I think they'll be real cute together.

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14 minutes ago, ladyda said:

I'm loving this drama. It's got a slice of life feel I love, and it focuses on the characters instead of on plot twists. I threw all my thoughts about it together here: https://idlerevelry.wordpress.com/2018/10/14/musings-on-the-third-charm-episode-6/. But I love coming onto this thread to see what everyone's thinking! I can't wait to see how they break up and meet again, and to see Young-jae's brother and friend finally meet. I think they'll be real cute together.

 

Love your blog and your thoughts!  I see other stuff I wanna read there.  :)

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Given the story development I've seen in ep 5, I have decided to wait until this drama comes out completely to watch it :3 I get way too frustrated seeing the actress "friend" and the jealousy and all... It was a good time chatting with you guys though! Hope you all will enjoy the ride :blush:

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I love it. This is just what I needed after the dramatic heaviness of Mr. Sunshine.

 

I love Soo-Jae. I love his wry, faux-dramatic personality. He is so fun to watch.

 

Oh, by the way, this may have been mentioned already, but Soo-Jae is a synonym for "brilliant mind," and Young-Jae is a synonym for "gifted person, talented person" so that is pretty cute.

 

We've all seen so many romances in K-dramas in our lives, but it's so nice to see one that feels real and has been carefully thought out. That there are so many things to deal with after the first hot kisses.

 

I think they are *both* immature and have a long way to go. It's both their faults for  not picking up the phone to call. Too prideful. Joon-Young is being narrow-minded to be jealous, but Young-Jae is also being narrow-minded for not calling after he made her such a lovely dinner. Going out to dinner with Cute Doctor isn't being thoughtful to Joon-Young, either.

 

About Cute Doctor - he's not doing anything wrong here, imo. He knows she has a boyfriend, but she also did invite him to eat with her, so he has the right to expect to see that through. He is being honest about his intentions and that is his right. They are not married and it is HER choice to make. Joon-Young does not possess her.

 

(I'm also bummed that Dramafever is really dropping the ball on this show. If they have exclusive rights, they need to step it up! Don't their subbers get paid? Can't they hire substitutes? Geez.)

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8 minutes ago, chickfactor said:

I love it. This is just what I needed after the dramatic heaviness of Mr. Sunshine.

 

I love Soo-Jae. I love his wry, faux-dramatic personality. He is so fun to watch.

 

Oh, by the way, this may have been mentioned already, but Soo-Jae is a synonym for "brilliant mind," and Young-Jae is a synonym for "gifted person, talented person" so that is pretty cute.

 

We've all seen so many romances in K-dramas in our lives, but it's so nice to see one that feels real and has been carefully thought out. That there are so many things to deal with after the first hot kisses.

 

I think they are *both* immature and have a long way to go. It's both their faults for  not picking up the phone to call. Too prideful. Joon-Young is being narrow-minded to be jealous, but Young-Jae is also being narrow-minded for not calling after he made her such a lovely dinner. Going out to dinner with Cute Doctor isn't being thoughtful to Joon-Young, either.

 

About Cute Doctor - he's not doing anything wrong here, imo. He knows she has a boyfriend, but she also did invite him to eat with her, so he has the right to expect to see that through. He is being honest about his intentions and that is his right. They are not married and it is HER choice to make. Joon-Young does not possess her.

 

(I'm also bummed that Dramafever is really dropping the ball on this show. If they have exclusive rights, they need to step it up! Don't their subbers get paid? Can't they hire substitutes? Geez.)

Nah he is doing alot wrong here he knows that thats why he doing all of this and putting his nose where to does not belong.

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Still playing catch up but thanks to @triplem for tagging me about this drama as I almost skipped it.  In just the first episode I realized there was something unique to this love story.  I love the way the writer captures the longing between two people even with a valley of misunderstanding and years between them.  Still there is that one moment when everything and everyone around them seems still and silent.  It's as if only their eyes seem to be moving searching, seeking each other out.  Only their hearts can be felt and understood in their silence. 

Sometimes no words are needed when the heart is speaking it's own language and shouting out loud...

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4 hours ago, dramaninja said:

Nah he is doing alot wrong here he knows that thats why he doing all of this and putting his nose where to does not belong.

 

Exactly. And that is his right.

 

If she told him, "I'm taken, stay away from me," then what he is doing would be wrong. But she invited him to dinner. Therefore, he has the right to have dinner with her.

 

She did not promise him anything else, and he is not expecting anything else, or laying claim to anything else. But she invited him to dinner, he agreed, so he does not have to step aside just because Joon-Young decided to crash their dinner.

 

It's up to her to decide who she wants to eat with. Neither man gets to make that decision for her.

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just saw an article on Shin Do Hyun (the actress who portrays the bratty actress wannabe So Hee on The Third Charm). She will not appear starting episode 7 because she was cast in an upcoming eight-episode drama on KBS2, "Dance Sports Girls".

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really you are asking him he cant trust you its not the matter of trust but lack of common sense. How could you bring a guy who is clearly interested in you, straight out confessed to you, to a dinner which you and your bf should've attend to? Had you really not considered your poor bf feelings at all a o hurt by this poor JYhelp-crazy-rabbit-emoticon.gif?129279377

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On 10/8/2018 at 3:51 PM, flake said:

 

I'm sorry if this has been asked before but anyone knows how YJ got JY's phone number after she was taken to the police for the arguement with the woman in ep 3 (train scene)? 

 

They knew each other previously and if his number remains the same, it's normal for her to have his number? I know many people whose numbers haven't changed in the last decade or two :)

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Joo Ran made me laugh so much. Her way of putting on the heat patches is so real especially for someone living alone. You don’t know how comical you look until you see someone else desperately struggling to attach themselves to pieces of tape.  

 

But the two eps, I thought, really brought out the painful little confidence Joon-young has. The littlest shred of doubt causes him to sulk disproportionately. It’s so hard to watch. His understanding of how a relationship works seems to have stayed at the point they left off 7 years ago. He is idealistic and the moment situations take a route different from what he expects, he sits, pouts the drown himself in his bottomless pit of sorrow. But he has a good nature, giving and is hard to dislike. I wish he would keep less to himself, hold back less and build his ability to express. He knows what to do and yet doesn’t perhaps cos he feels like he is somewhat lacking cf the very forward plastic surgeon. That inadequacy manifests as anger.

 

This boy is ultra needy and Young-jae is not only sparing with TLC but also mercilessly tests him. At this point, he needs a doting older woman - he hasn’t enough bandwidth in him to be with one who is strong, fiesty and needs an equally strong partner. 

 

The surgeon ... i’d like to land a fat fist on his pretty face.

 

 

 

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Lee Soo-Jae has my heart wrapped around him and his wheelchair.   Along with my wondering in how it is he can carry that amazing and rather large heart of his around.  The way in which he loves his sister so much that no matter his own personal struggles and loneliness that he bravely faces everyday.  He is always working behind the scenes of her life in trying to give her all the things money can't buy.  Because they are to valuable to be bought and can only be given by a willing heart.  Love, Support and a Deep Desire to see his sister receive the love & happiness he knows she deserves. 

Yet a part of me hopes that in this story somewhere his brotherly love is rewarded in receiving some love and happiness of his own...

 

 

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Hi everyone, I've just watched ep 6. For this series, I really cried a lot for every episode, all 6 episodes.

 

I think the scriptwriter really gave his / her best shot for this show. 

 

I am completely understanding towards JY, he is idealistic and sheltered all his life, and he is a perfectionist. He gets good grades, everything in his life is within his control, he shines in his job. The one thing he cannot control is his relationship. I think this is common for people who are very sheltered and introverted. His reaction and thinking is very characteristic of his personality. It's realistic for me when I watch this drama.

 

For Young Jae, she's an independent spirit, everything she got, she worked for it. No one gave her anything, life gave her lots of obstacles. Not her fault she is born poor. When she met this perfect guy, definitely opposites attracted and fell in love. Both of them are very lonely, can't really talk to people around them. YJ's best friend is totally opposite of him, they are just loyal to each other since young. As for Young Jae, her friends just so different from her life. She has to work a lot, no time for friendship. Not her fault too.

 

When I watched ep 6, I cried a lot (even more than before). When you really love someone, you just can't control it, you feel lots of emotion. You get even more angry when the other party doesn't understand. Why? You should be the one who understands me the most, since you're the only one I can open up to.

 

Actually, only now that I'm in my 30s, I can understand such situations better. It's because they are incompatible. What JY wants, Young Jae can't give to him. What Young Jae wants, JY can't give to her. Very simple, he needs someone who can show through actions and words, you're the one I want, you're the one I choose, I spend my time with you, I'm always on your side. He needs someone who can really show him the perfect love and relationship (because he's perfectionist).

 

What Young Jae wants, is space. She wants a lot of space, a lot of time, she wants to excel in her career, no one should or must stop her. Because without money, she got nothing. She only has her own two hands, she got no time to waste. It's like, survival in cruel world for her. Even more so when her brother got an accident, she has a lot of things to consider. 

 

Young Jae also needs someone she can really depend on. Probably she is not the type to sulk, complain, feel petty, everything is so sad, she has to deal with one problem and move on to the next. 

 

However, because they fell in love since they were young, they have this deep emotional connection towards each other. It's like first love, it's fate, it's deep. 

 

If 20+ years old Young Jae and 20+ years old YJ met each other as the first day, I believe they will not be so deeply in love with each other. They are just incompatible, but just feel deep feelings for each other. 

 

My thoughts on Doctor guy: he's here to get what he likes (Young Jae). He's not YJ's real brother, he doesn't need to give any chance. He's a doctor, he's smart, he's competitive. It's the real world, maybe he's not a goody goody, but in the real world such richard simmons happens.

 

The saddest part of this whole episode 6 and the part that gets me crying the most: 

YJ does many things behind the scene which Young Jae doesn't know. He found the portfolio for her, so that she can complete her fashion show. She doesn't know it was him. He also carried her brother up the stairs, and helped her brother many times. Everytime the brother calls, he will be there. I wish she knew that, and showed him more that she loves him so much too. 

 

I'm looking forward to their 30s era (because that's my age group). And I really like how realistic this show is. It also brought up many memories of someone I love. I find that the best drama always does that. Brings back memories, makes me cry.

 

Lastly, I wish more Koreans will watch this drama, why isn't this blowing up in popularity there?

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On 10/15/2018 at 1:34 AM, bedifferent said:

For the first time, we hear weariness in YJ's voice, doubting why couples would want to stay together despite the fightings and that it does get hard the longer the relationship is huh @triplem LOL.  Soo-Jae replied that the make ups are part of a relationship's evolution, why we continue is a question mark. :D

Lol!  Staying together for the Long haul requires effort :lol:. I think the first few years past the honeymoon period is always the hardest. Throw children in the mix & it gets more challenging. Not trying to scare anyone off marriage or kids here :D. what I’ve learned ( and still learning even after a decade of marriage) is that  for any relationship to work, there has to be mutual effort to put the relationship first & there must be consideration for the  feelings of our partners . Like what wise &  desperate :lol: Joo Ran says : “give & take “ 

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Sometimes I think it’s exhausting being Joo Young . It’s exhausting for himself & for his partner. He can  be wonderfully sweet - going over & above to please his partner as mentioned by @122am ( loved your post , resonates with me ) but he tends to wallow in self pity & let’s small things overwhelm him. Because I’m probably more like JOon young as compared to YJ ( though I’m nowhere as perfectionist or meticulous) , i understand him. I can imagine he’s had the whole moment of presenting YJ with the flowers ( post the fashion show )worked out in his mind . So it must have terribly upset him when he saw YJ being helped & held by another man . Could he have stepped in ? Yes . Could he have been the bigger person to let that confession go ? Yes ( YJ did tell the doc she’s got a bf ). Could he have celebrated her night instead of giving her the cold shoulder later on ? Yes . Could he again be the bigger person & taken her out on her birthday?Yes . But he didn’t. He knew he was being petty & narrow minded but alas  he allowed his own insecurities get the  better of him . 

 

It’s not easy for a free spirit like YJ to read & understand someone like JY. To her credit she often called  him first each time he goes into sulky cold shoulder mode. She made the effort to visit his family with food when JR told her that she’s been taking more than she’s been giving . But to be fair as well  we cannot place the blame of this latest blow up squarely on Joon Young’s shoulders. In the car when he sent her home could she have listened & talked it out when he finally told her what bugged him instead of dramatically trying to open the door of a moving car ? Yes . Could she have called him ( or run to him like what some k nets have commented ) after seeing that lovingly prepared meal? Yes . Could she have said no to eating with the doc ? Yes . 

 

As you can see there are a lot of could haves that both of them could have done but didn’t. each person could have just taken a step back , and a lot of heartache could have been avoided. But then the tiffs & arguments amplify further that their oceans apart in personality . And if neither party is willing to bend more for the other , this relationship is doomed in this time frame.

 

So not easy to watch , but so darn realistic. 

 

A small note about the doc. No offence to those who like him .Something about him does not sit well with me. I feel that he’s a bit of a fake. When they first had toppoki , He said he too loved spicy food but it seemed it may not be. Then his friends at the tennis game said something also about him putting up a front. Also he was trying to add fuel to fire when JY was complaining about YJ. Of course I was completely irked in the last scene . Perhaps I’m over reading things & he may just be a really nice guy but hmmm it’s safe to say I hv no SLS :D 

 

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