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This show drives me crazy- I can’t focus on my exam tomorrow, the hug is killing meee... the feels... Ae Shin’s eyes just say a lot... I wish it shows Eugene hugging her back before it ends! Ackkk

 

Wake me up when September ends pls!! 

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In regards to my last post/ warning, I've received some PMs requesting for clarifications.  I'm going to reply here so that everything will be clear for everybody and fan fights won't reproduce again.

This weeks episodes were great with both the action and story and have been my favourite yet.   There was one scene which really hit me and it was the ending scene when AS and EC hugged. The

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4 hours ago, cgwm808 said:

While I am watching Mr. Sunshine on Netflix, I miss very much the OST lyrics which would have been provided if viki.com had the license for the series.    This is my own work.    
OST No. 1 Translation
 

Despite the harsh sunlight, the spring was beautiful.
The flower petals breathtakingly bloomed red above the fields
 
In the long endless night again it is the lushness which covers me 
To leave again even if it is a dream would be cruel.
 
*Start of refrain*
On a day when  every wind stops
On a day when longing is allowed
Without being strident with my heart
I will call you
*End of refrain*
 
Perhaps at the end of this life
If there is a  day you might not be able to come
By the name which will not die down
I will call you
 
Our pain is another difference between you and me
It closes our eyes to the fate which intended each of us for the other
 
Refrain
 
In my dried up sea
There is but one red sun rising
It is an unforgettable dream
Which is so distant it cannot be reached 
 
Perhaps at the end of this life
On the day we finally become one
It will call my splendid pain
It is all green.    
“Translation Note:  In the song, the word 푸르름 is used several times.  Literaally it is the color blue-green but it used poetically as a symbol of youth, lushness, abundance. 

Thank you.

 

Here are the lyrics to Greensleeves. I notice "green" is also in the other lyrics and both are wistful about perhaps at the end of life you love me, etc.

 

GREENSLEEVES
(poss. by Henry VIII of England, 1500's.)

Alas, my love, you do me wrong
To cast me off discourteously
For I have loved you well and long
Delighting in your company

Greensleeves was all my joy
Greensleeves was my delight
Greensleeves was my heart of gold
And who but my lady greensleeves


Your vows you've broken, like my heart
Oh, why did you so enrapture me?
Now I remain in a world apart
But my heart remains in captivity

[Chorus]


I have been ready at your hand
To grant whatever you would crave
I have both wagered life and land
Your love and good-will for to have

[Chorus]

If you intend thus to disdain
It does the more enrapture me
And even so, I still remain
A lover in captivity

[Chorus]

My men were clothed all in green
And they did ever wait on thee;
All this was gallant to be seen
And yet thou wouldst not love me

[Chorus]

Thou couldst desire no earthly thing
But still thou hadst it readily
Thy music still to play and sing;
And yet thou wouldst not love me

[Chorus]

Well, I will pray to God on high
That thou my constancy mayst see
And that yet once before I die
Thou wilt vouchsafe to love me

 

 

[Chorus]

Ah, Greensleeves, now farewell, adieu
To God I pray to prosper thee
For I am still thy lover true
Come once again and love me

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3 hours ago, bedifferent said:
4 hours ago, Leila Essalih said:

don't think he realised that it's her . he realised that after shooting her

 

Great episode!

 

He realized that it is her before shooting.  That’s why he moved his aim to injure the leg instead of a more fatal shot in the torso or head.

I didn't understand it  that way. I think he got the strong conviction it was her but wasn't sure 100%. So instead of aiming her head or chest, he shot her leg and wanted to check later. Hence the next day he waited at the train station hoping she wouldn't show up . That's why he repeated multiple times : " don't come ". 

 

I just love their conversation with double meaning 

 

DM - We meet again, my lady.

          So early, at a train station 

AS -  I went to the temple 

        What must I do with you ? 

        Do you not see I'm wearing the clothes of a mourner ? 

        Step aside before I kill you 

DM - Wouldn't I be a bit quicker, my lady ? 

AS - Would you be ? I don't think so. Although I can do it ( aka kill you) , I don't think you can ( aka kill me).

DM -  I told you not to come and you did.  On top of that, you already know

 

 I pondered a lot about the last line and tried to decipher it. Here is my interpretation : When AS said I can kill you but I don't think you can kill me she referred to what happened at Jemulpo, although DM got the chance he couldn't kill her. To me, she knew the reason, it is because he loves her. Then when she said I can kill you but you can't , she implied I can kill you because I don't love you but you can't because you love me.  Basically she rejected him. This is why DM said : " On top of that you already know [ that I love you ] ". 

 

 

 

 

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6 minutes ago, Berou said:

 I pondered a lot about the last line and tried to decipher it. Here is my interpretation : When AS said I can kill you but I don't think you can kill me she referred to what happened at Jemulpo, although DM got the chance he couldn't kill her. To me, she knew the reason, it is because he loves her. Then when she said I can kill you but you can't , she implied I can kill you because I don't love you but you can't because you love me.  Basically she rejected him. This is why DM said : " On top of that you already know [ that I love you ] ". 

Yeah this is exactly what i thought as well, you literally wrote what was on my mind when i was watching this moment.

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Okay just some random thoughts and questions here.

 

I love the AS’s grandpa. Like e seriously is grandpa goals. That American soldier, Kyle, what ethnicity is he? He mentioned British but he kind of looks Spanish to me. That flashback the fiancée, HS, has when he gets the pocket watch back. What’s the story about that? Either I missed something or that’s gonna be explored in future episodes. The mute fortune teller that stays with DM, does she sleep with him cause her kimonoip is always exposing a shoulder lie she just got out of bed or something? Just if she is, I don’t see how DM has a right to be territorial on AS when he’s got his own sidechicks.

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This weeks episodes were great with both the action and story and have been my favourite yet.

 

There was one scene which really hit me and it was the ending scene when AS and EC hugged. The shot was done in  a way where AS lower half of her face was covered in EC arms and I thought that was beatiful ❤

 

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In my opinion it mirrored when AS diguises herself as a freedom fighter and basically showed how with EC she could be herself and feel protected and open with him. In that scene he became her comrade and her heart was his. I just thought it was lovely and had to share my thoughts on it!

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44 minutes ago, viktormani said:

Yeah this is exactly what i thought as well, you literally wrote what was on my mind when i was watching this moment.

 Great minds think alike ;).

I also noticed how angry AS was. She also got the chance to shoot him but shot around him. DM crossed a line he shouldn't have. It's no wonder on the next episode he is going to get slapped by her. Even when he touched her skirt and refused to let it go, she didn't say to him I will kill you. 

 

In one episode, AS rejects DM and confesses her feelings subtlely to EC. Great parallelism. While one gets his chance wrecked, the other gets closer to her. 

 

Another parallelism to note: the relationship between  AS and EC // the learning of english. The more AS studies english, the more their relationship develops and they become closer.  It seems to me KES uses english as the language of love, for lovers. Moreover, AS's  friend said  to her she wanted to learn english because of "love " and the english people have fondness for the L letter as it stands for love. So AS is killing two birds with a stone, isn't she? At the same time learning the language of love, english, and what love is.

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1 hour ago, Berou said:

I didn't understand it  that way. I think he got the strong conviction it was her but wasn't sure 100%. So instead of aiming her head or chest, he shot her leg and wanted to check later. Hence the next day he waited at the train station hoping she wouldn't show up . That's why he repeated multiple times : " don't come ". 

 

I just love their conversation with double meaning 

 

DM - We meet again, my lady.

          So early, at a train station 

AS -  I went to the temple 

        What must I do with you ? 

        Do you not see I'm wearing the clothes of a mourner ? 

        Step aside before I kill you 

DM - Wouldn't I be a bit quicker, my lady ? 

AS - Would you be ? I don't think so. Although I can do it ( aka kill you) , I don't think you can ( aka kill me).

DM -  I told you not to come and you did.  On top of that, you already know

 

 I pondered a lot about the last line and tried to decipher it. Here is my interpretation : When AS said I can kill you but I don't think you can kill me she referred to what happened at Jemulpo, although DM got the chance he couldn't kill her. To me, she knew the reason, it is because he loves her. Then when she said I can kill you but you can't , she implied I can kill you because I don't love you but you can't because you love me.  Basically she rejected him. This is why DM said : " On top of that you already know [ that I love you ] ". 

 

 

 

 

 

@viktormani as well. Yes I understood the train depot convo like you said.  Thank you for analyzing it.   I felt his heart breaking with the last sentence.  

 

I agree. DM didn’t know 100% it was Ae Shin but because of his feelings, aimed for injury.  If he didn’t suspect Ae Shin, he would not change his target.  He did intend to find her on the ground to confirm his suspicion.  In that split second, he didn’t kill her but cannot let the culprit who shot at him escape.  I do think he did consider things relatively well and made the right decision in the heat of the moment.   Ae Shin’s complete rejection and anger are understandable. DM’s actions and feelings toward her are definitely more conflicted and painful.  However, he has just crossed the point of no return.  Curious to know how KES will continue with his story or even going to redeem the character.

 

@maddymappo any thought why the drama plays Greensleves, EC’s music box tunes, as Ae Shin walks in to meet EC? :)

 

 

 

AGB  Nielsen Ratings
 

Episode 1   7/7/18       8.852%

Episode 2   7/8/18       9.691%

Episode 3   7/14/18    10.082%

Episode 4   7/15/18    10.567%

Episode 5   7/21/18    10.835%

Episode 6   7/22/18     11.713%

Episode 7  7/28/18      11.114%

Episode 8  7/29/18       12.330%

 

Source

 

 

 

 

 

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2 hours ago, bedifferent said:

@maddymappo any thought why the drama plays Greensleves, EC’s music box tunes, as Ae Shin walks in to meet EC? :) 

@bedifferentAt this point no idea.  EC is very attracted to this tune.  Could it be attached to another memory in his life we have not viewed yet? He is 40 years old.  But no hint of a past relationship.  Could it be that the song is foreshadowing thaqt she will walk away from him?  Actually the words seem more like what DM is feeling but it is EC's theme.  

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Ost No. 4 Sound

 

OST 4. Sound
Stars spring buoyantly to mind
Together with you they come to mind
 
When I am rowing again
And my two hands get wet
I keep thinking of you.
 
Tears drop 
I brush them away because I’ll get caught
 
You … Why is the pain severe
As this in my heart again?
 
*Start of refrain*
From far far away a sound is heard
Your breath your voice
Even in a dream your sound hurts
 
Among  the clouds
Along with the wind
If I walk everyday
Just in case it may appear
Your beautiful smile
*End of refrain*
 
Starlight falls
I recall you more
 
Today again while being haunted by you I pace back and forth
My heart again hurts because of longing
But then what’s wrong with missing you?
Refrain
 
Both anywhere you have walked
And somewhere my body has not been to
There side by side
While holding your hand
I want to walk there
 
That’s what I want
 
You You
The name I long for
Your breath your voice
Even in a dream  your sound hurts
 
You You
A sound which rings
If I call you every day
Just in case you will hear me
I’ll shout like this
 
To you.
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3 hours ago, Berou said:

I didn't understand it  that way. I think he got the strong conviction it was her but wasn't sure 100%. So instead of aiming her head or chest, he shot her leg and wanted to check later. Hence the next day he waited at the train station hoping she wouldn't show up . That's why he repeated multiple times : " don't come ". 

 

I just love their conversation with double meaning 

 

DM - We meet again, my lady.

          So early, at a train station 

AS -  I went to the temple 

        What must I do with you ? 

        Do you not see I'm wearing the clothes of a mourner ? 

        Step aside before I kill you 

DM - Wouldn't I be a bit quicker, my lady ? 

AS - Would you be ? I don't think so. Although I can do it ( aka kill you) , I don't think you can ( aka kill me).

DM -  I told you not to come and you did.  On top of that, you already know

 

 I pondered a lot about the last line and tried to decipher it. Here is my interpretation : When AS said I can kill you but I don't think you can kill me she referred to what happened at Jemulpo, although DM got the chance he couldn't kill her. To me, she knew the reason, it is because he loves her. Then when she said I can kill you but you can't , she implied I can kill you because I don't love you but you can't because you love me.  Basically she rejected him. This is why DM said : " On top of that you already know [ that I love you ] ". 

 

 

Here's my interpretation of AS's words: "Although I can do it (aka kill you), I don't think you can (aka kill me)"

I was watching the rooftop scene closely. AS has many chances of shooting at DM. She did not. 

I believe it is because she knows him and will not shoot unnecessarily. Additional, somehow deep in her heart, she has a love-hate relationship with him.

 

As a noblewoman, she will have little chances with the opposite sex growing up, especially in the time of ancient Korea. DM would have been a rare time she has been alone with a boy. It has embedded deeply in her memory, her saving his life (her parents sacrificed their lives as freedom fighters) and then the hurtful words he said to her (DM is really blunt, that is his flaw and also his charm). It ended up being some kind of "childhood friend/memory" for her, I think.

 

So, now that she could kill him, she did not. Why? Since she had already thrown out her skirt which he touched, why couldn't she shoot at him? There is some feelings in her that cannot be described. She also knows that he loves her deeply. 

 

So, when she said those words to him, she means that she had many chances to kill him, but she decided not to. However when the time is needed, she can kill him because she doesn't love him romantically. But he can't kill her because he can't bring himself to. 

 

But when GM thinks about the encounter, I think he knows she didn't shoot at him this time, and somehow it will give him some hope. At the same time, this encounter caused him to hurt her, which he probably regrets. 

 

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Do you think EC was asked to be there by someone, or did he just wait every night until she arrived at the apothecary? 

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July 30, 2018.

 

Writer Kim Eun Sook  finally completed the final episode of 'Mr. Sunshine'.  Will it be a tragedy or a comedy?  (A translation)

 

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To tell the truth ... there is no way to guess the correct answer. To talk about it now is way too early.  XDDD.   Although tvN’s  “Mr. Sunshine”  is not a pre-produced drama, however, because of the large capital  investment to create a huge background story, preparation was done and shooting started as early as the end of last year.  Kim Eun Sook finally completed the script of the last episode ( Episode 24 ).  Whether the ending will be happy or sad, the audience are invited to confirm this themselves by watching the broadcast. The cast and crew will no doubt worked very hard until the end.

 

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*Extended reading: The reason for Kim Eun Sook’s absence from “Mr. Sunshine’s" press conference was actually... The script was not yet completed. 

 

After “Descendants of the Sun” and ”Goblin’s” this is the third time that writer Kim Eun Sook and Director Lee Eung Bok collaborated.  The drama depicted the period of five years before the Japanese colonial rule in Korea and Shinmiyangyo when a young boy  who went to the United States on board a US warship and returned to his motherland which abandoned him as a US soldier.  He met by chance a noblemen’s daughter and the two fell in love.

 

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In episode 7,   the three male protagonists (Lee Byung Hun , Yoo Yeon Seok and Byun Yo Han) confronted each other in a tense atmosphere and discussed the topic of Miss Go Ae Shin (Kim Tae Ri )

 

Source:  https://www.koreastardaily.com/sc/news/107879

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1 hour ago, maddymappo said:

@bedifferentAt this point no idea.  EC is very attracted to this tune.  Could it be attached to another memory in his life we have not viewed yet? He is 40 years old.  But no hint of a past relationship.  Could it be that the song is foreshadowing thaqt she will walk away from him?  Actually the words seem more like what DM is feeling but it is EC's theme.  

 

I am not certain so maybe others can voice their opinions here.  I didn’t analyze in context of the lyrics.  The music box was something EC yearn for yet was out of reach. It was something beautiful and precious to him.  Ae Shin is the same, unattainable due to her nobility, his birthright and the current political situation.  When she walks in accompanying by the background music (this is one very rare time we get to hear BGM), it is as if the love he not dare or think will get to experience actually comes true.  She reciprocated his feelings.  Eugene was shook, arms at his side during the hug.  I love the transistion between the two scenes.

 

Question:  What do you think was going on in EC’s mind when he revealed the pawn note after he left the court?  He was conflicted prior and wanted to gauge the emperor’s character before making his decision. The interpreter changed his mind.

 

Also, now that DM know Ae Shin’s secret, what do you think DM will do?  He obviously wanted to test EC’s reactions and his involvement with the Righteous Army.  Doesn’t  seem like his loyalty is with the Japanese ministry or the Imperial Army.

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Love last night's episode too especially the underlying meaning of words in the characters' dialogue. Even Kyle is being more poetic in talking to Eugene about what to do with the document.  :)  Glad to see also that they are helping to save the girl's life.

 

The discussion of the interpretation of what the writer is trying to convey in the drama is what is interesting in this thread.

Unless one really understand the characters's background, one will be able to understand what they are really implying in their message.

55 minutes ago, 122am said:

 

Here's my interpretation of AS's words: "Although I can do it (aka kill you), I don't think you can (aka kill me)"

I was watching the rooftop scene closely. AS has many chances of shooting at DM. She did not. 

I believe it is because she knows him and will not shoot unnecessarily. Additional, somehow deep in her heart, she has a love-hate relationship with him.

As you have written it was not necessary to shoot him at that moment.  Well, hopefully there will not be a situation where she has to do it but who knows what the writer has in mind.  

 

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Do you think EC was asked to be there by someone, or did he just wait every night until she arrived at the apothecary? 

 

It is interesting isn't it?  At first I thought he was asked to wait for her there meaning he was informed by someone to be there at that time.  But then she looked a little bit surprise to see him as though she was not expecting to see him that night.  EC and AS even said they thought they might "miss" each other, meaning their timing might not be right and to see her straight away hug him..:wub: how she feel so safe  ... sigh and we have to wait for the next 6 days.

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I rewatched the last episode just in case I am missing something etc and I notice that Ae Shin was literally going back to the pharmacy so many times to wait for Eugene :wub: same thing in that last scene too... if you notice, it looks like she was rather disappointed when she didn’t see anyone there but OMG, her eyes literally lit with yearning etc when she saw Eugene... I am totally shipping these two :wub: who cares if they are 20 years apart in age! I initially watched this for Lee Byung Hun but totally staying for Kim Tae Ri now... girl crush hahaha... btw I was a bit surprised when show mentioned how Gunner Jang has actually been mentoring Ae Shin for 10 years??? Timeline is rather confusing... all this time, I thought she’s mastered the art of gunnery in a matter of months instead of years!!

 

Ae Shin pls hurry up and study until alphabet K! :lol:

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1 hour ago, bedifferent said:

 

 

Question:  What do you think was going on in EC’s mind when he revealed the pawn note after he left the court?  He was conflicted prior and wanted to gauge the emperor’s character before making his decision. The interpreter changed his mind.

 

 

 

Thank you for your other points (I found them very illuminating, and I'm sorry to leave them out) and for asking this question. I was also wondering about it. I think EC was in a way open to a discussion when he went to see the emperor--he brought the document with him. But what I think changed his mind was the attitude of the emperor. The emperor's way of addressing Eugene as if he were a Joseon person/maybe subject opened Eugene's old wounds. It is as if Eugene was testing himself by going to see the emperor: can he bring himself to help Joseon? and he could not. Asking Eugene about his parents and assuming that he would be an aristocrat was also not helping the emperor's side. Eugene's reaction, on the other hand, was too personal, so too subjective. I think he understood this, so he confides with Kyle and after that, he tries to amend the situation by visiting the emperor's official. Kyle's advice to Eugene is always about keeping him on the right path: do not get revenge, try to heal your wounds, enjoy your life.


I see two main problems for Eugene in the future. First, the fact that he is an American soldier. Sometimes I'm wondering whether by his actions Eugene is not committing some kind of treason. and I think he also is concerned with this. For example, at the end of episode 7, Kyle told him that he needs to write a report about the geisha incident. Eugene was not very happy with this, probably because he understood that he would have to lie. At the beginning of the series, Eugene was avoiding ethical/political problems because he was just omitting facts. As the time passes and his involvement with AS progresses, things get murkier. Second, the fact that he was a slave. I am very curious how the scene in which he would finally tell AS about his parents is written.

 

8 hours ago, Susie Derkins said:

Can someone elaborate the conversation EC and AS were having please? All these double meanings and references. When EC said he was the one doing all the rowing, does that mean all his subtle hints of confessions towards Ae sin? Thank you in advance. 

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I was taking it as a joke. As I remember, Eugene needed a boat to get to the potter; AS allowed him in the boat; because of that, Eugene got indebted to AS; but at the same time, he did all the rowing. So it was as if she took twice advantage of him: first, by putting him to do the rowing, next my making him indebted to her. 

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I am very curious with Hina’s character.  Did she purposely tell EC to speak English at the palace to reveal pro-japanese officers who are working for the emperor? I would think because of her father she has the information of those who work for him or maybe what she knows from her guests.   I hope we will get to learn more about her in the coming episodes.

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5 minutes ago, zba72 said:

I am very curious with Hina’s character.  Did she purposely tell EC to speak English at the palace to reveal pro-japanese officers who are working for the emperor? I would think because of her father she has the information of those who work for him or maybe what she knows from her guests.   I hope we will get to learn more about her in the coming episodes.

While watching the scene when Hina got the letter from the emperor, I was asking myself whether she is the spy that the emperor's official was talking about a few episodes ago. People were speculating that the spy who had his eyes on Hina's father in Japan was AS's fiance. But after this episode, I was thinking that the spy might be Hina. (although I do not know: Hina is not in good relations with her father, so spying on him is kind of difficult, it would be better if the spy were close to her father.)

 

 

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Hi everyone, I’ve been following this thread and just need to spare some thoughts about episode 8. This episode is the greatest so far. I now want to analyze why HS and DM are already out in the race to Aeshin’s heart. 

 

First, the conversation between EC and HS is like a slap in HS’s face. Up to now, I don’t know if he’s a Joseon undercover spy or not but I still see him as a brat who thinks he at least has a heart for poor slaves for trying to get rid of the watch his grandfather gave him using the money he got from exploiting his slaves. In his mind, he is better than his grandfather and is a pathetic nobleman who has to suffer from his ancestors’ sin. This and also the way he approaches Aeshin forms an image of a selfish brat. Remember he already has a girlfriend in Japan? He even didn’t want to go back for his marriage with Aeshin. But he had a change of heart! Why? Because Aeshin is beautiful? When Hina told him to be sincere to get Aeshin, he said he didn’t know how to be sincere with such short time, which means he hasn’t been in love with Aeshin and he still takes their marriage very lightly.

 

Second, Dong-mae and Eugene. Dong-mae had a hard life, but again he doesn’t try to make a better life for himself. This is the difference between DM and EC. Both came from lowly class and held hatred towards Joseon. However, EC grew up to become a decent man while DM took a darker path. This is not because EC was in America and DM was not. From the very young age, EC appeared to be a brilliant child who had strange thoughts (Aeshin’s grandpa was the scholar who asked little EC’s whereabouts when he’s in the woods) and always yearned for leading a good life (his mom said in her next life, EC would live in a big house). If it hadn’t been for his will, he would have ended up being a up-to-no-good gangster in the U.S. He tried to save his mom, he tried all ways to get to the US: begging and initiatively asking for help. Although he always thinks about revenge, his doings all speak out  “BE BETTER”. On the other hand, DM is full of hatred and sins. He got help from Aeshin but wasted her help. There’s a very interresting contradiction here. Eugene who doesn’t know a single Korean character grows to be a gentleman while DM who EC got envious for knowing Korean got his hands blood-colored.  I know that deep down, he sees Aeshin as a goddess and will do anything for her but in love, you love someone for who he is, not what he has done for you. DM’s wrongdoings are too many for Aeshin to accept. The first thing he did when coming back to Joseon was get revenge on the women who despised his family. Since then, what he has done is kill and kill while he’s living in Joseon, which is a disgrace in Aeshin’s eyes. This is what draws Aeshin to Eugene more. He’s a man who has just come back to Joseon after a long time but he helps many Joseon people. His attentions are unknown to her but at least, to her, this man does not harm her beloved Josean people. Let’s take the latest case of helping the Joseon spy to flee. I think Aeshin now hated DM not only for shooting her leg but also shooting a Joseon soldier who’s trying to help another Joseon girl. DM can’t get near to Aeshin because she does not feel safe when staying with him, that’s for sure, from their first encounter as kids till now. When EC knew AS got shot, he’s worried and came to the pharmacy right then. And what about DM? He just wanted to confirm the shooter was AS and didn’t seem to care about her health condition. From this aspect, he’s just selfish like HS. One more thing that helps EC wins AS’s heart over HS and DM is that EC showed respect for AS, what she always treasures, unlike DM and HS.

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