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Nymeria289

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  1. I think the central conflict lies in how Hyun Joo and Ji Woo view their past lives connection....Hyun Joo believes it will just cause more of a mess to follow destiny blindly and ultimately will sever the bond.......Ji Woo wants to tie it back.......I think the drama will center around what choice Hyun Joo makes by the end....does she follow the pattern of her past lives or does she break free and make something new for herself....both Do Gyeom and Ji Woo are connections that are present in her life as a repetition of their entangled destiny over generations....I hope they resolve it realistically....what makes the show palpable to me is the chemistry....I also love how mom and dad immediately jumped shipped and are fully on board with Do Gyeom and Hyun Joo....there are other stories in the background too, the divorced friend's mess of a relationship, the married friend's reckless spending, the hopeless friend's desire for family without romantic prospect....I want to see how they tackle those as they peel back on what went wrong in not one but 3 previous lives these 3 people have lived.....Also, that lady is creepy, she is pushing for marriage for her daughter but is almost romantically craving alliance with Ji Woo....I find so disturbing.
  2. Immensely enjoying the show, its not too dark or anything...simple premise and good actors doing fine job in their respective roles....and past live portion is also pretty well inserted into the drama, I like their editing so far for scene transitions....well done
  3. Ji Woo can travel through time, is that what it says in his character description.......is it time travel or he knows his past and future hence he is in rush to settle things?? He clearly knows Hyun Joo from past lives, I adore young Hyun Joo by the way, she was hilarious.......and Seo Ji Hoon is so incredibly funny and lovable here....I am so torn between the two
  4. I am glad to have picked it up, the first two episodes were easy breezy with right amount of intrigue.....I hope it stays that way for the remainder of the run..........I see the ratings are average, hope this picks up
  5. I wanted to beat Sang Shik, once you marry somebody, you have to speak with your partner and they have to agree on major decisions you take. Especially when these have lasting impact on your finance and families well being. Jin Sook never confronted him, mistake and she payed heavily for that. But what the heck. I would be livid if my husband did that without consulting me. I really think the two should divorce. They are so ill matched. Neither speak to another and both go around doing whatever.
  6. I intially thought this would have a case of the week format. this is just heading into another cliche romcom territory. If that was the idea from the start, they should have aimed for 12 episodes like you said.
  7. I had hoped they would focus on the show, its content and how food can heal people's pain....does any of us care for No Eul or Jae Hyuk in all of this?? Why are they focusing so much on those two. And if Do Hee breaks up with Hae Kyung over Jae Hyuk then I will loose it.
  8. I really don't like the direction of this show, I hoped for more of Do Hee and Hae Kyung's interaction...I don't give RickRoll'D about Jae Hyuk and his issues......this is their weakest plot point and nobody enjoys it......Do Hee is level headed, if she doesn't realize that Jae Hyuk is not in right state of mind then maybe she really need to back out. Also, somebody, anybody in drama world, I will forever be grateful if they could beat up No Eul. Enough of these two insensitive, selfish waste of space taking screen time.
  9. If after everything Do Hee can't trust Hae Kyung, then they really should break up. It doesn't take rocket scientist to figure out that Jae Hyuk is a nut case. I am pissed at Do Hee, she still has way too much feelings for Jae Hyuk compared to No Eul and Hae Kyung.
  10. No Eul is garbage human being....where is kimchi slap when you need it....I have faith in our Woo PD and Hae Kyung...so hopefully they overcome this new difficulty
  11. Episode 4: Ratings - 4.94 (nationwide) - 6.00 (Seoul) Source: Nielsen Korea I guess its safe to say we will get the ratings on the range of 5-6 nationwide for the remaining run.
  12. @phikyl she is not autistic, she is antisocial for sure....she has all the character traits unfortunately.... likes breaking laws, doesn't like/respects boundaries, puts herself and others in danger whenever is amuses her, general lack of empathy, provokes/manipulates others...that is precisely why Kang Tae got angry of having let his guard down around her and left the car, for a second there he had forgotten that Moon Young was antisocial but there conversation and her response brought him back to reality....Sang Tae has some variation of autism for sure. Also I don't like the fact that she seems to be pulling Juri's hair like that. Adults don't do that and no matter what, Juri has done so far nothing to receive that. We will see but even if say Juri did something, I have a bad feeling Moon Young is overreacting here and obviously out of line. Also is it Seung Jae, the assistant or Juri there??
  13. That part I couldn't understand. I think it was protocol that a relative goes with the patient but then she didn't. So, how does this work?? She is not her friend. The director wanted to gauge her reaction to understand the situation better, I believe he understands and senses more than he lets on. My problem with her is that she seems fake. Yes, she is soft spoken, docile but I don't know if its the actor or the script, she seems duplicitous. As if she is hiding away her true feelings and walking around egg shells careful not to reveal what she truly is like. I mean Juri's mom, I don't feel this with her, I only feel it around Juri. I can't quite pinpoint it but she makes me uncomfortable and that is saying a lot given there is an anti-social, ready to commit murder, volatile anti-social person around.
  14. Moon Young's mother is alive and in the hospital....she was the one watching her from afar. Also, that is why Ju Ri was surprised that Moon Young registered her dead. Also, are the hospital stuff properly trained. How come nobody took care of Moon Young after she got choked to death and laughed like a maniac. That part really irked me. I think only hospital director understands patients well, others seem way to quick to judge.
  15. The scene where Kang Tae runs to Moon Young... Comments on Naver TV: 1. Kim Soo Hyun's eyes look crazy. [+1539, -9] 2. Just because it's not visible doesn't mean that you're not hurt, but you're repressing it, and the world doesn't always give these people any warm comfort or attention. [+1456. -7] 3. What would I do from Monday to Friday? Give me Saturday. [+977, -6] 4. These two people are standing still yet speaking with their eyes. [+960, -7] 5. Oh My God, I finally found the drama I was looking for. [+854, -4] 6. I really want these two to be in love.Hug each other, comfort each other, cheer each other up, and be happy at the end. [+751, -8] 7. Today's ending was crazy [628, -4] 8. Its only 1 hour...its too real? Shouldn't this be 3 hours? How do I wait until next week!! [+620, -7] 9. Ending is crazy [+370, -3] 10. Why is my heart racing?? [+358, -4]
  16. Was Trying to translate comments on Naver today: On the scene were Moon Young gets strangled https://tv.naver.com/v/14518383/ 1. I was so sad when Seo Ye-ji started to laugh with tears... It was Seo Ye-ji who almost died. It was so sad that no one consoled her. [+1375, -2] 2. It's so sad that no one takes care of Moon Young, who is being strangled in the midst of all this. [+897. -1] 3. Ko Moon-young laughs, but if you look closely, her eyes are filled with tears. [+897, -4] 4. Even though Moon Young was almost strangled to death, nobody cared for her, nobody consoled her [+772, -3] 5. The reason why Moon Young was forced to be like this [+750, -1] 6. I think her father thought Ko Moon Young was his wife as he couldn't recognize her. I was so sad watching this episode. Moon Young was born normally, but she didn't get a proper love from her parents, and she lacked socially as she was a strange child. Its not what she wanted to do but the world that she lived in, and everybody else were pointing fingers at her and acting like she's weird. Her father who should've been her world tried to strangle her...I was so sad that I wanted to hug Moon Young [+628, -2] 7. It was the first time I had goosebumps watching a drama, her acting is so good (daebak) [+530, -3] 8. No, she almost choked to death, why is nobody looking after her? [+483,-1] 9. Oh, no....please let our Moon Young be happy [+420, -4] 10. Seo Ye Ji's acting is crazy....Its as if she is crying for help while smiling. [+364, -2] 11. Moon Young is so pitiful. [+354, -1] 12. Shouldn't they be taking care of Moon Young [+306, -2] 13. Oh no. Moon Young ah! [+268, -2] 14. Acting is giving me goosebumps. [+261, -2] 15. Her parents are crazy. [+249, -1]
  17. Moon Young can't possibly physically drag a person who almost drowned to her home and lock her up, you know how heavy a wet person is who can't move on her own........Her mom and dad both seem shady...lets wait but the mother's death maybe tied to her parents. I am assuming, she may have not bothered to save her since you know its all a game to her.
  18. I think that he couldn't handle her being anti social and tried to kill her....her mother is a mystery too
  19. She took a manic patient and set him loose in public.....yes, it did expose hypocrisy of society, parenting but he could have hurt him or others....she slso has a habit of stealing, doesn't respect personal space, has on multiple occassions shown to be capable of violence....I know she is pitiful but so many viewers are surprised by todays episode, I was like its there in the synopsis of the show, bruh she suffers from mental health issue, a very real one...I guess they expected magical treatment or cure like Kill Me, Heal Me....where Multiple personality disorder got cured with love....I love that show but its medical reasoning was ridiculous.
  20. Somebody commenting in DB shushed me saying she isn't....she is anti social....I guess people really did miss the cue. Also kudos to Kwak Dong Yeon for accurate portrayal of somebody manic. He also bought so much heart to it....this show won't be classic boy loves girl kdrama....I hope people realize that.
  21. @Nodame Eun Joo is complicated but she isn't dishing out tough love...she is being a hypocrete...and there was nothing right about her judging her mother.......people like her in reality, they are to be avoided...trust me, I say this from experience, her words if its dished out to you will drain you emotionally.....it looks nice from far away but I am starting to understand why Eun Hee chose not to interact with her for as long as she did
  22. This was a good drama. I will miss it. It was heart warming, from the world build up to the character arcs...I am very thankful that I picked up this little precious drama. All the actors did so well. Glad that I stuck to it.
  23. @Nodame I honestly think her mother needs to like take a year of somewhere far away from her grown up kids, at some points you have to take responsibility for your own unhappiness......what I am saying is, she is running out of justifiable reasons for her frankly shitty behavior.... her mother, she will run out patience at some point with her and I don't think I can blame her at this point...her birth secret, that has not contributed to her misery...it has played a direct role in some of the misunderstanding in her parent's marriage but she was not discriminated because of that.....you can only put up with so much, her mother seems inching closer and closer to that limit.
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