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  1. I just love PJWs character. He’s bf goals ♥️ He’s aggressive, almost geeky at times and cranky but his confidence and dedication is just superb. He’s like the definition of loving with all your heart. And I think he’s the opposite of many bfs in real life who are spineless, his mental strength is so unwavering. His character has work and relationship ethics. He sticks to his commitments and I liked the way he was so sure he did not want to date anyone else as it would be wrong to him and the other girl too . Looks wise JCW was always hot but his acting in this series is like perfect and the r
  2. Is a preview for episode 16 posted? Please can someone share it? I just hope that the way they have tied out everything so well until now, when PJW and LEO get back together it’s captured well. It’s almost a perfectly written screenplay especially with many long scenes which have displayed depth, finesse and great acting. Hope that the ending does justice to the entire series so far.
  3. After today’s episode there are still a few questions left: - if the lock necklace has any significance. Vintage jewellery used lock and key as mementos when a couple loved each other but were forced to be apart. The key was kept by the man and the lock was with the woman. In this case PJW has the rings. It also symbolises ‘locked in love’ or commitment which might be why PJW bought it when they got married and were happy. - I wonder that why the house that PJW is building is mentioned so often. - And of course the Rini and her boyfriend need to face and resolve their perso
  4. The LEO character arc felt so complete today. The build up to the duality between LEO and ESA seemed so complex and difficult to reconcile but the way they unravelled her character was so beautiful in its simplicity. Also I like the way everyone accepts her and doesn’t use terms like crazy, bi polar or imposter syndrome. They made her feel accepted. Also it validated her coping mechanism and made her feel loved and healed. Healed enough to give her strength to find her true self. And PJWs arc was literally the best he went from obsessed psycho to being hopelessly in love to accepting and
  5. *Please read after watching Episode 13* I wonder what happens next, will PJW and LEO they tell others the truth or spin stories? also I wonder if PJW saw the rings when he carried her to the car and later his room? Cant wait to see what happens next! in today’s episode during the car conversation PJW asks LEO how does she behave when she’s in love? Is he trying to tell LEO that though she copied/impersonated the real Seon Ah it was more about her appearance (hair, tattoos) but the way she behaved openly, candidly, did everything with all her heart and stopped saying no/
  6. The last scene was because their wounded selves from the shoulder operation that made him incapable to pursue discus throw as a sport and the school/college girl who had to do odd jobs to manage her finances with no money, parents or family and who still sometimes couldn’t manage and had to accept charity from others felt saved. That wounded girl/ boy in each of them felt they came a full circle or to some sort of finish line where they now felt safe and rescued by each other. Life finally felt sort of complete in that moment, with their wounds healed and made sense because all their struggle
  7. So far liking this series, but I do think this is one series that’s pretty much not for everyone. LEO is a very misunderstood character. Also I do believe that she is meant to be with PJW. The reason is that she was in shock pretty much when she met him. Had literally no where to go, no boyfriend, no career basically no hope from any aspect of her future. And Seon ha was her escape mechanism. According to me she did not mean to cheat PJW and she was and is totally in love with him. Having said that the break up left her so weak and so unsure of herself that she couldn’t get herself to
  8. Really liking Run On so far. This is the first time that I’m seeing any series with the focus on communication skills. It’s a new perspective and refreshing. Having said that it takes so much time to understand what’s a going on with sub titles and that’s also when the actors expressions and body language become important. Considering kdramas have a world audience especially during social distancing and Netflix promoting them since last year. I think the actors have done a really good job with the right expressions and body language. I read someone mentioning that the chara
  9. @B8lle @multiloverssss yes an epilogue would be perfect. also I did rewatch the last 4 episodes since when the show was going on the angst was too much and I was too irritated and fast forwarded through many scenes and i noticed that: RaRas phone message from Juns mom said the flight was delayed while Harabojee clearly says in the car that Jun couldn’t come back. So I think Harabojee knew more than Rara and Jun had been honest to him. also the scene when Jun puts his head down on the piano and Rara comforts him using her piano teachers words there’s a sharp tu
  10. @JenL I think your second theory makes more sense to me. I think they did not plan to kill Jun. also the dressing the concerts the Eunpo setting have an old world and vintage charm that teases musicals and classical plays. Also the constant foreshadowing that Jun feels is a very Shakespearean reference. Why I think the story is about Juns recovery and coming back rather than a short life: The story is about hope and Juns life sort of played back in reverse at Eunpo, he literally built a house himself, experienced earning money, being independent, managing a house and Rara earl
  11. I think the format of the show is such that it would be perfect for a binge watch. I wonder if it was made that way since it was to be made available on Netflix. I think the 5 years skip would be less of a shock if a person was binge watching the series. Also, One of the first three kdramas I saw was Oh my Venus and the leukaemia trope is very similar to that series. The main character there too was a Chabeol who’s family owned a chain of hospitals and he had cancer, he was also self sacrificing and gets into an accident for a mentee/friend. There too the main lead comes back after
  12. @Rilabear @JenL Their outfits match in colours hope that’s a good sign and Rara is also having an iced americano like jun instead of her favourite juice! but seeing this writers style so far I think the ending will be determined only in the last episode and not second last.
  13. The first meeting scene really seems to be the crux of the show with Go Ara highlighting it on her Insta and so much attention paid to the colours and the overall aesthetics. Rara is particularly well dressed and the white background plus red piano etc make for a bright eye catching ambience. They have tried their best to keep this scene under wraps also almost until the episode telecast. is it a cafe performance? Rara was a part of some event? And what was Jun doing there as a high schooler? I’m just not able to figure out the venue or the scene setting. I hope it live
  14. At this point I’m not sure they have enough time to show that Jun is sick. And parents conditions just wouldn’t sound convincing honestly. Either way I hope I had binged watched this one after it was over to find the story convincing because right now it all seems out of line and not justified. As of now they will be covering how they first met in episode 15 atleast which would be connected to DDSSLLS identity too. I’m hoping that they patch up atleast at the end of episode 15 so we have atleast an entire good episode 16. Instead of just second half of episode 16 being happy and
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