I can't believe really why in Kdramas the mothers can be so mean as to go to the extent of forcing a girl knocked up by their son to -
(1) have an abortion;
(2) give up the child for adoption (even if the kid is of their blood). You really cannot imagine the emotional turmoil that goes through a mother who loses their child by force; or the fact that the blood grandparents can give up the child for adoption to complete strangers;
(3) forcibly taking a child from the mistress to be raised by the legal wife or the family of the father (usually when they are awfully wealthy)
(4) abandoning the pregnant girl;
(5) offering money to the girl to disappear.
this also applies to the boy if he is poor though of course boys do not get pregnant and do not lose as much as a girl.
Back to 'Home for Summer' -
- I hope the mother of Sang Won does not find his and Bora's child first. And if it turns out to be Yeo Rum ( I recall that Yeo Rum's family name is Kim???) it's going to be another problem for Geum Hee. Her adoption of Yeo Rum will again be blocked since as of now she is just fostering Yeo Rum and the adoption is not yet final.
- The Aunt's husband must be very desperate because of his brothers' debt. He needs $100,000 (100,000,000 won) that s a lot of money. He should do something about his brothers' problem. He can't bail him out forever.
- With regards to Geum Hee and Sang Won's current relationship -
(b) good friends
So I don't really see anything wrong with her asking how he is doing since in the first place Sang Won also did that to her when she was down. She is just trying to be of help.
- Someone pointed out that the couple who knew Bora seemed to be acting weird and suspicious. There might be something there. What could it be? But if they were trying to hide the fact I see no logic to it when Bora is already dead. The Uncle was able to learn that Bora was already dead through his connections. Not necessarily from the couple but from public records. But going into the death of Bora is another story for another time. We have very few episodes left with 4 different couples story lines.
- I hope the Father of Sang Won would be more proactive in the lives of his children. It seems it is only the mother who is monitoring their children (Sang Mi and Sang Won) and it is a disaster. He just accepts what is told to him he does neither observant nor cares. I wonder what he saw in the mother when they were young,..... he even married her. If he really divorces her maybe she will wake up. Sang Mi is very much like her mother.
- Are there really women in Korea who are clingy just like the character of Sang MI as well as in other Korean dramas? Do they have no self-esteem or pride? Why go after a man who obviously does not like you back? And worse still when you have been outright rejected and told to your face that he 'does not like you', 'not attracted to you', or 'love you'?
If you love a person you let him/her go. Or you court/woo the person until they fall in love with you. But not to forcefully throw yourself at them. That is so not nice.