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  1. I know right! I love this version of Cha Young. Its sassy and like you said sincere. Given how frustrated Chairman Jang seemed of Jun Woo it seems he is eventually going to flip sides. I hope he doesn't become another casualty of Jun Woo. And how hot is Taec!!!! I can't even--- I know I know he is a sociopath and a killer but he is sooo hot. I hope we get more shirtless scenes of him;)
  2. Just wanted to highlight this!! I am so glad too that JYB finally had some scenes to show her acting chops. She is a complete scene stealer when it comes to potraying grief. So so good. This episode also had just the right amount of humour you know- something we found a bit overdone in the first 2 episodes. I hope this is the tone the drama maintains making just enough space for romanceeeee. Speaking of romance, gosh it hasn't even started but SJK-JYB scenes are already overflowing with chemistryyyy. I want to scream when they are on screen together seriously, even the comedic scen
  3. @raziela I know right Taecyeon's character at this stage is really adorable and it's a shame that his role as an antagonist was revealed. I really like his cute and not-so-subtle ways of expressing that he likes HCY. However if he really is the evil guy then given what he did to all those researchers at his villa it's also a little creepy to have him flirt with her. Would have been even creepier if he was the one who ordered her father's death. I would honestly like to see more of both Kwak Dong-yeon and TC over say the other tenants honestly.
  4. I found the 3rd episode to be the best till now. For some reason the CGI and unrealistic action scenes didn't bother me too much except for a split second when I saw it happening for the first time. I don't know- maybe the airplane scene in ep 1 made me adjust my expectations accordingly so now I find myself not caring for such scenes (like sliding off a glass building with the gun as an achor). What stood out for me has to be the chemistry between CSW and PSH---- it's so incredible. I really enjoyed her saving him, their banter when they were tied together, the sleeping in the van
  5. Sorry to cut your post short, just wanted to highlight the above. That is such a good perspective to justify the way she behaves- a teenager around her dad. Now that you have pointed this out I realise she is mostly eccentric around her dad. Maybe she is more like this since there is no mom in the picture hence her father's approval probably means a lot more to her than we realise right now.
  6. I couldn't have said it better! The show will do better with a more serious tonality and not trying to "be cool" in every scene. I have not seen the Fiery Priest but some of you have pointed out that the female lead is written similarly... well then the question is does her character change- I mean does it become less cringy?
  7. I get the feeling that HYC is going to die given how he is getting close with Vincenzo and then that will probably trigger Vincenzo and HCY to work together and fight crime. But I have to say that while the plot looks promising I am still not able to connect or understand the characters except HYC (the good lawyer). JYB is such a good actress but I dont know if its because of the way her character is written that I am not really connecting with her character- esp her over top reactions sometimes take away from the true emotion of the scene. And its so frustrating because I LOVED he
  8. A little (okay maybe more than a little) over the top for sure but still not bad. I think they were trying to pull of many things in a single ep- mafia-enigma, action, suspense, humour, money/morals etc and it didn't come off that well. It also seemed a bit dragging in the middle. As for SJK speaking italian I would love if someone who speaks italian can throw some light on how he was- cause he didn't seem completely comfortable to me esp with all the swearing. But now the good part: Love Hong Yoo-chan and his team. Even Vincenzo's mom's story seems intriguing. Both SJk and JYB loo
  9. Just saw the first 2 episodes and I am in for the ride. Reason no. 1: Because it's CSW! Seeing Simok smile, throw tantrums, flirt---- I can't tell you guys how satisfying it has been for me to watch CSW in this avatar. Reason no. 2: The story. I get the criticisms (esp the airplane scene was just not required) but hey it's sci-fi so as it is we have signed up for some mind bending stuff so for now I am going to just go with the flow. Also again, it's CSW- I honestly need no other reason. I am so glad both sisyphus and vincenzo premier this week- offering a perfect getaway in an otherwise not s
  10. Me tooo--- I am really rooting for the rom-com aspect of the drama to stand out. Both characters seem like psychopaths- just my kind of couple!!! I mean yes the crime fighting, black comedy, social commentry and the mafia things are on top of list too but wishing this drama can be encompassing and give us a memorable love story too.
  11. Can't agree more. I often find my self drawn to a drama because of its leads and premise but the only way I keep watching till the end is because of its antagonists- case in point: Stranger. Recently I have found it so difficult to keep watching any show till the end due to lack of better characters than the leads you know. I am really hoping this one keeps me hooked till the end.
  12. Yes please. Much needed. The netflix translation seems a bit off, I honestly didn't follow what just happened between the two. I mean at one point I felt they just confessed their feelings to one another but then just a while later they decided to go separate ways. Also, was SG hesitant in expressing his feelings for MJ because he thought she would find him boring after '1 month'? Is that what the conversation between YG and MJ trying to hint?
  13. You feel for MJ so much in episode 7, the entire dialogue about climbing and building walls explains their relationship. SG being such a closed book and so restrained in his emotions makes MJ's frustration with him quite relatable and she's done a good thing by putting the onus on him to define what is going on between them. The angry banter between them is so much fun, but even all this going on cannot stop our girl from stepping up to protect SG from his dad! Loved how suddenly after saving him she was back to being pissed at him. LOL. Was glad ep 8 gave us some more insight into
  14. Hi guys, I have been rewatching the show and I feel that I understand it so much better now. I think its partly because I don't understand korean so rewatching brings to light new info but largely because now that I know the endgame- seeing the various relationships take shape, the little clues etc give a different meaning. Even the scenes that are meant to misdirect viewers for example the one where Jun wan confronts Song hwa's boyfriend for cheating on her which made a lot of us think they were the endgame made me little mad on myself when I realised that people need not have rom
  15. A good 5th episode. Little on the slower side but I guess that is just the tone of the show, anyways the endearing moments between our couple makes up for it Especially loved the last scene. Mi-joo seems so realistic with all her angry banter with Sun Kyum and secretly wanting to bump into him. And how good looking is IM SI WAN and why didn't I know of this before. His visuals are to die for.
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