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[Drama 2013] Sincerity Moves Heaven 지성이면 감천


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Hello everyone. I'm watching this one too, without subs. Wish I knew more so I could sub or recap.. but I'm just going on the action like everyone else seems to be. :D

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tbh.. i have so many speculation in this drama... i just hope that this drama will be less predictable..
@semi-fly
i feel for Ye Rin though... even if Se Young is not part of the family yet... i think she feels that she's been competing for the attention of the family, she doesn't want to hear any conversation regarding her.. which i completely understand because that will be just awkward...
and what more if Se Young is back in the family.. Ye Rin will be left out for sure... i can only imagine how painful it will be for her - being ignored by your own family...
i don't know if it's a fact or what but i have a feeling that Jang Mi Hwa is Ye Rin's birth mother.. it its true then
Se Young from rags to riches which opposite to Ye Rin riches to rags.. im wondering if Jo Hee will fight for Ye Rin if Mi Hwa want her daughter back since they have the same situation...  (i think Mi Hwa and Jo Hee aren't fond of each other)
as for Jae Sung... as far as i know he knew someone from the broadcasting company.. maybe that someone back him up to land a job in the company
as to what kind of job... only the upcoming episodes can tell...

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EP 3
http://www.somsatang.us/index.php?mid=drama&page=1&document_srl=177008&jdfwkey=cnm303

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Sweet Springs Episode 3 Review: Yang Geum Suk Says "I Don't Want to be in-Laws with Shim Hye Jin"

Posted on May 01, 2013 in drama by via FavoriteAdd to Pins

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In Sweet Springs, episode 3, Lee Mi Sook(played by Yang Geum Suk) said she doesn’t want to be in-laws with Kim Joo Hee(played by Shim Hye Jin).

Mi Sook said to her husband, Han Yong Duk(played by Gil Yong Woo), that she will go on a diet to make a comeback as a newscaster. She said, “If I didn’t get married, I would have been a lot more popular than Joo Hee.” However, Yong Duk answered, “Joo Hee was already more popular than you even before our marriage.”

Mi Sook raged of jealousy, “If your father finds out that Ye Rin(played by Lee Hae In) was adopted, he wouldn’t lake her either. Above all, I don’t want to be in-laws with Joo Hee.”

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Sweet Springs Episode 3 Review: Lee Hae In is Startled to See Park Jae Jung

Posted on May 01, 2013 in drama by via FavoriteAdd to Pins

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In Sweet Springs, episode 3, Lee Ye Rin(played by Lee Hae In) was startled as she saw An Jung Hyo(played by Park Jae Jung) at work.

Ye Rin and Jung Hyo grew up in an orphanage together. Ye Rin had to return to the orphanage as her first foster parents gave up on her. Jung Hyo comforted her and treated her as his sister. However, he had got adopted and had to leave the orphanage. After they were separated, he always have been feeling sorry for her for leaving her.

Jung Hyo entered KBC broadcasting station as a producer to keep his promise with Ye Rin. When he saw Ye Rin at work, he called, “Shin Hae!” which was her old name at the orphanage. At first she couldn’t recognize him. Jung Hyo said, “It’s me! Jung Hyo.”

Ye Rin finally remembered him, but wasn’t happy to see him because she was afraid to lose her current family.

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Sweet Springs Episode 3 Review: Hong Jin Hee is Given 3 Months to Live at the Hospital

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In Sweet Springs, episode 3, Jang Mi Hwa(played by Hong Jin Hee) was given three months to live at the hospital.

As Mi Hwa kept feeling sick, she went to the hospital to have a medical examination. The doctor told her that her hepatitis B got worse, and that she needs to receive a liver transplant as soon as possible. He also announced that she has only three months to live.

Mi Hwa said to the doctor, “Seems like you weren’t my fan, doctor. I grew up in an orphanage.” She told him there was no way for her to get a liver transplant.

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@reijaye
I also feel for Ye Rin too. I do think we're all going to stop feeling sorry for her soon. I'm waiting to see the tricks she'll pull when she finds out Se Young is the daughter or that the male lead (what's his name again?) likes Se Young. We all know he's going to end up liking her. We've been here before. We know how this works.

I just finished watching episode 3, and this looks like a keeper for me. I like the girl that plays Se Young in everything I've seen her in. She was really good in Faith, just excellent. Even her little cameo on Flower Boy Next Door was cute. The only place I wasn't 100% with her was in If Tomorrow Comes, but that's not her fault. Mostly I wasn't satisfied with who she ended up with.

I am liking the different kinds of characters I am seeing so far on SMH. The ex-con might just end up with the middle sister after she divorces. I am already looking forward to see how that story evolves, though it's a little like The Best LSS. I'm not sure about the trajectory of the eldest sister's story. She's one of my favorite characters so far. Her independence and insistence that it's not that she can't get married, it's that she doesn't want to. Love that. I also love how the girls treat Se Young like she was blood. This is in contrast to The Best LSS where I think, though they love her on the inside, they treat her horribly on the outside.

I knew the overly made up ahjuma was going to need liver transplant. Time to go find your daughter. I wonder if she's going to go look for her to see her before she dies, or if she looks for her just for the liver. Probably not just for the liver. She's probably one of those mean on the outside, soft of the inside, people.

So, what did you all think of Episode 3?


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@atomickitty about today's episode? tbh.. i really have nothing much to say.. one of the reason why i don't watch daily dramas is because of the slow pace of the story.. it's my first time watching a daily drama... 
-the reason why Jae Sung's mother is not fond of Ye RIn is not totally because of her being an adopted but because she was a former rival of Jo Hee
- Se Young's dad is just awesome.. love him.. and IL Young is so badass i like her too..
- about the excon Dong Wook and middle sister Yi Young i think they have a 10 year age gap. He's 25 and she's 35. the age gap is too much that it bugs me :)>- i really don't know what to feel about their possible relationship...
- and why Ye Rin is not that excited to see her old friend Jung Hyo? does she has a secret that Jung Hyo knows? :-/

Im also looking forward and excited to see Dong Wook to be part of the Choi family!!!

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@atomickitty - Here's one who also feel sorry for Ye Rin. When u think eveything is going great in your life,And all of the sudden it's BOOOOM. :-<  I really like Se Young too. She's funny, and playing her character good so far. I know it's only 3 episode's in, and it's not sub yet. I'm just going by My Assumption's and their expressions. The Ex-Con is gonna start liking the middle sister. And i also like how they treat Se Young as a sister even though they're not blood related.I just love that    ;;)  Here's An Insight... Mi Sook husband Yong Duk, Is playing Mong Hyun Father on, I Summon You,Gold! He just change's his hair color from black to gray...  :))

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@reijaye,
Good points. I forgot about the age difference. I think a lot of dramas are putting that in now. I don't mind 10 years so much. One of the dramas I'm watching now, there's side characters with I think, 20 or 25 years difference. She is 35 and the guy is 60, I think. Now that many years I have a problem with.

OH OH and another thing I forgot to mention about episode 3, I'm also watching without subs and using the little bit of Korean I know, but Jae Sung's mother and the ahjumma of her house. I don't know why, they make me laugh. I think the ahjumma is putting the salads in front of Jae Sung's mother telling her to go on a diet? Or when she opened her mouth and told grandpa that Ye Rin came to visit but Jae Sung's mother sent her away. That made me laugh so hard because you can tell the ahjumma is not doing it to be mean and that's just the way she is. I look forward to see more of that.

I think maybe Ye Rin is not excited to see Jung Hyo because he knew her before she was adopted? Is that possible? I'm not sure how old she was when she was adopted so I can't be too certain of that. If that is the case, I'm pretty sure she doesn't want that part of her life shown. I hope they make her a better character than I think they're going to. I don't want her to turn into the kind of character that will be out to destroy Se Young. It would be nice if the writers made her struggle through her own issues without having to be a nasty mean person.

@suchadiva42,
He is also in Oh Ja Ryong is Coming. It seems the actors double or triple up on roles. The grandma is also in A Hundred Years Inheritance. Good for them to be able to work so much. I don't know how they do it but it seems to work out.


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@Atomickitty-U said it all...... about Jae Sung's Mother and Ahjumma.Them 2 just make me LMAO!!! How they carrying on with each other. And from the expression's on their face's.  ;;)  Well i can't really talk about age difference here( PLEASE) My Husband has me by 10 Years..kekekeke \:D/  Nuff Said....

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@atomickitty  This is not your first rodeo, you know YR is going to be a very mean girl, that's the way it works.  I am going to enjoy the ride for a while and see how things begin to shake out.

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@semi-fly  I agree with you people who have been adopted can be just as good or bad a person as someone who grows up in their birth family.  It is the same old argument of nature versus nurture.  I have always believed that an individual is responsible for their behavior, regardless of their upbringing, family, or culture. 

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semi-fly said: I'm not overly fond of the adoption angle they're treading on personally. I know that ones background/history plays a role in society but it shouldn't be something someone constantly reminds you of or uses as a sharply pointed weapon against your livelihood especially when one didn't or couldn't control the course of their own history or for that matter the whims of a parent(s) to abandon you.
I do see there being problems for Ye Rin but I have a hunch that her problems will be of her own making and honestly will snowball until she has no other recourse but to attack those around her or those she holds personally responsible [se Young & Jae Jung]. I do hope that she at least tries to act like a mature individual in the coming episodes as she's going to be forced to deal with her past and as suspect her future [family or her career].
Do we happen to have a relationship chart for the series yet? I'd liked to see how Yi Young, Ji Hyun, and Dong Wook are connected. 

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I guess the news about OST of Sincerity Moves Heaven singer. Cant wait to download the song...

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