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Read through all these so I can make my ep 8 last a little longer before I have to wait so many more days again for more eps!!

 

I think I want to start off hoping that this time Lee Kyu Hyung (as Ye Sun Woo) gets a happy ending this time. I hope he and Lee Dong Wook (Ye Jin Woo) go off on a holiday somewhere alone, just the two of them and actually get to talk. I get mixed feelings everytime these two interact because Jin Woo is trying to be considerate but it's suffocating Sun Woo :(( Like, Sun Woo has a stable job, has a degree, is clearly mobile but Jin Woo sees him as a child who needs help. (big difference between Jin Woo wanting to help and him thinking that his little bro needs his help.)

 

From ep 7, I have this sinking suspicion the talk about the metal implants and joint surgery have that personal link to Sun Woo. Chances are it's a car crash when Sun Woo and father went out alone, without the brother and then the father died? Just a guess there...

 

And after Secret Forest and Prison Playbook, come on, give Lee Kyu Hyung a character with a good ending pretty please?

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Also Won Jin-ah is really, really pretty and I honestly admire her bedside manner. It's maybe traditional that it's a female role doing it and this contrasts with how President Goo made the small child cry, but Lee No Eul was created to show that doctors can have a heart. While I would like her more if the romance was a little lighter - it seems a little too quaint for her to be a romantic line to push the President, the Organ Transplant Director and both brothers all at the same time. A character with that much love for their patients deserves better and deserved more recognition for their service to patients rather than just be a pretty face for the other characters to like.

 

Finally I ship President Goo and Organ Transplant's Sun Woo Chang so hard.

Ep 7 41.00 to 41.33 just go rewatch it!! I have no idea how to upload pictures here rarw paste doesn't work but they are so cute. I love how President Goo asked him if he was okay first, then Sun Woo Chang threatens to leaveee

The latter needs a hug badly. It's a pretty emotionally taxing situation he's in every time he has to work - no one will ever recognise him for the good he's done because he's only doing 'bad' to the patients who get to see him. Unlike the other doctors who can be thanked by patients who survive under their knife, Woo Chang (idk is that his name or did they just swap the surnames around so he's also Sun Woon?) won't get that kind of redemption. Maybe at the end hopefully? A successful transplant recipient?

 

p.s. Please say it's not just me who thinks that Jung Moon Sung as the President of Hwajeong looks like a vampire in his one scene?

 

(Also yes, write fanfiction please. I swear if Ye Sun Woo doesn't get a good-end this time I'll write him one)

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3 hours ago, abyssal said:

 

Also Won Jin-ah is really, really pretty and I honestly admire her bedside manner. It's maybe traditional that it's a female role doing it and this contrasts with how President Goo made the small child cry, but Lee No Eul was created to show that doctors can have a heart. While I would like her more if the romance was a little lighter - it seems a little too quaint for her to be a romantic line to push the President, the Organ Transplant Director and both brothers all at the same time. A character with that much love for their patients deserves better and deserved more recognition for their service to patients rather than just be a pretty face for the other characters to like.

 

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I really like your post here. I come to think actually the viewer didn't hate love line but because of the way they delivery. 

Relationship of "President and Organ Transplant Director" scene  or "YJW and reporter" are more delight to watch.

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[HanCinema's Drama Review] "Life" Episode 7

 

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The time has come for Seon-woo to enter the fight for Sangkook University Hospital, and the plans hidden behind his involvement strengthen the front forming against the hierarchy's worst. No-eul gets a little wake up call about Seung-hyo's methods, which nonetheless seem to have some genuine concern behind them, at least on a personal level. Our president dearest is slowly waking up to the realities of healthcare that need his consideration.

 

While I am not surprised by the revelation that Jin-woo (Lee Dong-wook) is the one behind the battle against Tae-sang (Moon Sung-keun), I am curious as to why it had to remain hidden. The series so far has been pretty clearly using Jin-woo as a secret rebel for audiences to follow, so this is an odd element to use for short-lived mystery between these two episodes. On the other hand, it does make Seon-woo's (Lee Kyu-hyung) involvement more impactful when revealed.

 

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More importantly, it sets up another person close to Jin-woo for a fall, and further develops his potentially detrimental to others methods. Jin-woo wants to fix things without being exposed, and while trying to stay in place long enough to make a difference is a sensible approach, he instigates others to exclusively shoulder the danger. Kyeong-moon (Yoo Jae-myung) and Seon-woo are two people who genuinely want to support him putting themselves in a tight spot in order to do so.

 

This is perhaps the reason why Seung-hyo's (Cho Seung-woo) bold approach seems more appealing, and more likely to work for the hospital's betterment, which brings us to what the late Bo-hoon (Chun Ho-jin) reminded our president; those without power have less wiggle room. Seung-hyo can afford to be bold, because he is in control. Jin-woo is replaceable. As easy as it may be to like the Scrooge becoming soft to children and dogs, the story does not let us forget his privilege.

 

I recently started to worry about where the series was headed without a main conflict or deeper focus, so I am glad to see that it tackles things one at a time. This time around it takes a look at organ donations, and the unique challenges that come with approaching loss from the perceived position of a winner. We think of doctors, hospitals and pharmaceutical companies as a necessary, privileged evil, and that mindset can taint their efforts.

 

I wish to see this for the other departments, most of which have chiefs who are still caricatures. Perhaps this is a balancing act between a more catchy, dramatic approach, and a more straightforward script. From the insufferable music to the constant physical altercations and heightened emotions, it seems that "Life" might be trying to have its cake and eat it. I hope that these, and any temptation for romantic tropes will be restrained.

 

"Life" is directed by Hong Jong-chan and Lim Hyeon-wook , written by Lee Soo-yeon-I, and features Lee Dong-wook, Cho Seung-woo, Won Jin-ah and Yoo Jae-myung.

 

 

Written by: Orion from 'Orion's Ramblings'

 

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[HanCinema's Drama Review] "Life" Episode 8

 

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Jin-woo is finally pushed to some necessary limits, as his brother's involvement drags him to the spotlight of this battle. At the same time, a worrying twist has surfaced regarding Seon-woo, and I am hoping that the creators will not do what I fear. Seung-hyo is starting to see the value of this hospital's work among the organizational filth and personal ambitions of its top brass, but will his master allow him to achieve something for all?

 

I nearly cheered when Jin-woo (Lee Dong-wook) stepped up and took responsibility for his true thoughts, physical harm and blackmail aside. Given his hallucinations and the reasons behind them, it is no mystery that Seon-woo (Lee Kyu-hyung) is his one sole motivator when it comes to speaking out versus keeping it all in, but I hope that he will be as willing to shoulder some of the burden for Kyeong-moon (Yoo Jae-myung) as well.

 

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The reason behind the good doctor's familiarity with Seon-woo's case worries me, however. Using marginalized groups for "pity porn" or to prop up a conventional hero's suffering is a major pet peeve of mine, and I sincerely hope that they are not setting Seon-woo up for heart-related problems and death. He has been a great, rare example of portraying the challenges of disability while being a

 

Speaking of scary possibilities, the romantic baiting is not out of the picture yet, but my hope is that reporter Choi Seo-hyeon (Choi Yu-hwa) is a sign of the drama opting for more natural relationships, rather than engaging in further love geometry tropes. Whatever may be happening between No-eul (Won Jin-ah) and Seung-hyo (Cho Seung-woo) is fine within the current context, especially since No-eul is, so far, not being sacrificed as a character for it.

 

The same can be said for Seung-hyo, who at the very least has a trusted contact to guide him through his business's realities in a way everyone else's rejection would not allow him to experience. The president is still balancing between numbers and ethics, between Hwajeong's threats and the hospital's needs. I love his recent hint of respect for Jin-woo, because his dislike for the reactionary members of the staff clouds his judgement as well.

 

Moving forward, I hope to see the lovely, but full of baggage, relationship between Jin-woo and Seon-woo develop and mature away from all the guilt and regrets holding it back. I hope to see Seung-hyo dive into the hospital's needs from a more humane point of view. Most of all, I hope to see Lee Soo-yeon-I explore the other fields and doctors more. Reactionary queen Se-hwa (Moon So-ri) could be next, because she has more potential than constant eye-rolling.

 

"Life" is directed by Hong Jong-chan and Lim Hyeon-wook , written by Lee Soo-yeon-I, and features Lee Dong-wook, Cho Seung-woo, Won Jin-ah and Yoo Jae-myung.

 

Written by: Orion from 'Orion's Ramblings'

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4 hours ago, abyssal said:

Also Won Jin-ah is really, really pretty and I honestly admire her bedside manner. It's maybe traditional that it's a female role doing it and this contrasts with how President Goo made the small child cry, but Lee No Eul was created to show that doctors can have a heart. While I would like her more if the romance was a little lighter - it seems a little too quaint for her to be a romantic line to push the President, the Organ Transplant Director and both brothers all at the same time. A character with that much love for their patients deserves better and deserved more recognition for their service to patients rather than just be a pretty face for the other characters to like.

 

 

You really speak my mind. I agree with you about LNE. Let's see if we can see it as the story unfolds :)

 

Another thing I really wait for is about GSH - President Cho. We can see that GSH has the upper hand in the hospital (I love how he threw shade at the doctors right after he stepped into the meeting) but not with President Cho. After seeing his scene with QL President and President Cho in ep 8 I'm really curious about his next step since this time, it's his superior.

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I'm crossing my fingers that GSH is one of the good guys. However, the show is making me think "what is a GOOD guy?"

Is it someone like YJW? His wheelchair-bound brother? The hardworking Dr Joo? Barbie Dr? The previous director? Regardless, I'm so grateful that GSH is played by the charismatic JSW.

I wonder if the show is deliberately making us think that GSH is a hard capitalist who will be changed to be more humane towards the end of the show like any typical drama? But the way the drama goes, behind the scenes GSH seems like fairly decent guy. His parents aren't snobbish - they gave him an earful for bring a dog home (in front of his driver, I might add) and GSH just stood quietly as they rant. He seems genuinely pissed off by bloopers in the hospital. He doesn't seem too keen on the supplement thing (at least initially), he looked annoyed at his driver for honking the car at thevhospital entrance. But he seemed too eager in front of his own boss. It is almost as if everything he is currently doing is a mere means to an end. Is he really working towards being a better healthcare provider, or is he working for max profit?

It would be pretty interesting if the management is being misunderstood for a change, because typical hospital drama usually have clear protagonists and antagonists.

 

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OKAY, I felt that feeling of wanting more ahhaahah can't wait for next episodes, the voting results hihi

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Love reading everyone's posts, @bebebisous33 @abyssal @purpose @dzareth @wanda77 please post more! 

 

@Jusyed I didn't start this thread, you have to thank others, I'm just here to cheerlead the drama on, RARARA... like No-Eul. :D Thanks for coming by.

 

@triplem we miss reading your awesome comments, hope you can fully catch up soon.

 

Episode 8 highlights for me. LBH's cause of death is less and less important at this point, what we see is how the aftermath lead to changes in our characters.  Some for the better, some more worrisome... all driven by long suppressed emotions.

 

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@abyssal you were saying.. blood sucking?

 

 

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This short scene in Hwajeong' CEO's office is quite nice I thought as it provide a simple answer to the question why Seung-Hyo continues to climb the ladder.  It's because he understood he is dispensable like everyone else.  He must stay relevant and keep moving forward to prevent others from overtaking him.  CEO Cho's dislike of President Goo is only contained by the fact that his working ant continues to bring him results.  One small setback, a failed business deal with QL electronics, brought Seung-Hyo to the realization that he is facing the same kind of corporate trimming as the hospital staff at Sangook.  Maybe this is why he is a good negotiator.  He has been on both sides of the restructuring team.  We get to hear Pres Goo finagled out of cutting the three departments by redistributing revenue numbers.   He argued that keeping the departments would keep the money in the budget reserved for building and buying equipments, money that would stay in the company if they don't plan to spend it.  In addition, the departments can be continued to be used for company tax exemption and deductions.   

 

All in all, a nice job here by the president at saving the money hemorrhaging departments so he can get some money to build at Songtang.  The new hospital will house the more profitable outpt departments like Cancer Center, Well Being Center, or the mortuary.  The look at the end by Seung-Hyo is of a man who despises his boss (and his stupidity).  It was clearly masked contempt so I am wondering what will it takes for things to snap for him.

 

 

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Seon-Woo is the star of this episode.  He revealed to Jin-Woo how he has prevented him from interning at Sangook for his own good.  While his brother overtly took on the protector role all these years, it was Sun-woo who has been silently as protective.  I was also glad that Dr. Joo allows Seon-woo the opportunity to fight his own battle as this was important for the disabled to earn respect and establishe independence.  Seung-Hyo was impressed with his conviction.   In the next episode, it looks like president Goo will ask Seon-Woo for his candidate recommendation of hospital director.   If this is true, I admit I am a little wary of Seung-Hyo's relationship with Seon-Woo.  I am hoping it will be a genuine friendship and not part of his calculated moves to establish a favorable tie between Sangook and the HIRA.  

 

As he was walking out to the elevator, Seung-Hyo was more than upset that someone messed up  his plan with Deputy Dir Kim so he asked to find out who filed the complaint.   Jin-woo has realized that the way for him to oust Hwajeong's Goo is by electing the right person to the director position.  Seung-hyo knows this as well.  His number one candidate is out, he doesn't see eye to eye with either the Oncology Chief (whom he trashed over the medication error) or Dr. Oh the female neurosurgeon.   The preview has him being coordial with Dr. Joo, someone who is a supporter of health care for the lower income population and rural hospitals.  I am afraid he is looking at a person who will help to build and support the hospital in Songtang, including sending the right personnel there.  I think he can use Dr. Joo to promote his agenda.

 

Seung-Hyo is slowly changing and become attached to the people at Sangook.  He's not a bad guy but he is still a businessman.  I can't forget that the RFID, Hwajeong chemical/drug company, the life insurance deals are still going in the background.  I don't think he's a misunderstood person, just a person with different priorities whose principles are still being tested in the remaining episodes.

 

 

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More photos/random thoughts:

  • How did assistant Kyung-Ah come to work with Seung-Hyo?  She's compassionate, is a dog person and acutely capable at her job. 

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  • LOL at how Seung-Hyo told his assistant he would go home and headed straight to the hospital.  Who's taking care of Nighty?  Please be a responsible dog owner Seung-Hyo and walk her.
  • I LOVE how JSW made corporate human.  Please give him both human and animal love lines. ** dodge @annagriss8 **
  • President Goo is a night person but I like JSW with bangs up. I like how he gets to know the hospital by walking it.   There's less voices at night to muddle your mind.
  • Please get our characters back to the OR, ER, Peds wards.   More blood and surgery please.
  • Dr. Oh is a perfectionist and demands excellence from her students.  Lucky them.
  • Pediatricians are the most upbeat pleasant people that I know and No-Eul is no exception. 
  • Seon-Woo's pain killers :( Porque?
  • Couch scene, phone scenes x 2 - LDW, you made me love you.
  • Seon-woo's confession is the stuff Jin-Woo is handicapped at.
  • Why is Sunwoo Chang's moniker "Gluttony"?  Does anyone know?
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  • One family's tragedy is another's miracle.  Organ donation is the most selfless act you can give to another person. There's no end to the gratitude of the person on the receiving end.  Sunwoo Chang is a misunderstood person.  
  • It's good that Seon-Woo confessed.  He needs to stop feeling sorry for himself and his chances.  
  • Adore how Seong-Hyo is a good son.  Love the reverse in power once he is at home.
  • Mom would be proud of the Ye brothers if she was in the room.  She raised them well.
  • Crossing fingers and toes Seung-Hyo will be the most excellent president for Sangook.
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@bedifferent thank you for your post - it is a plastic of pills for me to swallow while waiting for next episode.:D

 

I  am just thinking what will be Dr. NE answers to  Seon Woo's confession. Will it be :heart: or :heartbreak: ?  I pity Seon Woo if it is :heartbreak: but I hope if it is :heartbreak:their established relationship won't be break up. I just don't think at this point Dr. NE will accept his feeling. Hopefully, Dr. NE can handle him well. 

 

I have a friend who has posses this kind of nature, warm-hearted, caring and act like motherly or sisterly to all people around her most of the times. Dr. NE posses this personality that makes people around her like her or even falls for her. 

 

I just love secretary Ms Kang - love her sharpness and her relationship with Mr Gu......

 

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  @bedifferent , the best analysis I've read so far.

    Just an opinion: I have the feeling that Gu will not approve dr. Joo as director, dr.Oh provided better qualities for this position; defended her department from restructuring team asking for official document, holding lectures for residents in her free time, keeping her team under control and supervising everything. 

     As you said dr. Gu needs to survive himself so, as said in the previews, he always has a backup plan; because... he always lived like that? Watching his back not to make mistakes and being fired, who knows what layers remain to discover regarding  his character.

     Seon Woo, I don't want to pity more than that his character... The actor proved once again that stage actors bring something more to their characters, despite the conviction that they might overact.

     No Eul, I need some more for making an impression on her character or her acting.

 

 

   

 

1 hour ago, Jusyed said:

I just love secretary Ms Kang - love her sharpness and her relationship with Mr Gu......

Me too... and I didn't think it will be an interesting character before the drama started. Severe mistake...

 

 

 

 

2 hours ago, bedifferent said:

Organ donation is the most selfless act

This subject is very sensitive, more when is about children; is hard to care about other people grieving...,when yours is beyond imagination ...the thought that you decided the end moment... I don't want to even think...

 

2 hours ago, bedifferent said:

More blood and surgery please

Was said previous that this will not be that kind of drama.

 

2 hours ago, bedifferent said:

It's good that Seon-Woo confessed

I think he might know the answer, but he doesn't want to be treated/cared like a child by No Eul.

 

22 hours ago, piekeboeboe said:

the viewer didn't hate love line but because of the way they delivery.

Maybe wasn't explicit enough why No Eul was attracted by Gu, is clear that she finds him interesting, and he became curious because of her attitude.

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FIRST IMPRESSIONS: LIFE, THIRTY BUT SEVENTEEN, RISKY ROMANCE, WITCH’S LOVE, YOUR HONOR, TIME

 

What’s It About? This drama is about the power struggle within a hospital following a suspicious death of a senior medical staff.

The Good The greatest strength of the pilot episode which was actually the one that kept the plot moving is the mystery around the suspicious death of senior hospital staff Lee Bo-hoon (Chun Ho-jin) who’s known for his good ethics. The incident triggered a lot of tension between the staff who have warring values and views but it’s a matter of time before we can tell who the good guys are and who are not. The two lead actors, Lee Dong-wook and Jo Seung-woo both have a very strong screen presence playing an ER department doctor and the hospital’s new chief, respectively and these two completely look like they are neither good nor bad characters and I’m definitely excited to see a showdown between them. There is a myriad of supporting characters but it’s Ye Seon-woo (Lee Kyu-hyung) I found really intriguing. I wonder what the writer wants to tell ask by having him pops in and out Ye Jin-woo (Lee Dong-wook)’s head in a lot of scenes. It’s actually a little creepy.

The Bad The pilot episode introduced a lot of characters in one swoop that it’s quite difficult to remember everyone. Add to the problem a complex narrative, then you’ll see yourself rewatching some of the scenes to understand what they’ve actually said and what was really going on.

 

Full: https://ahjummamshies.com/2018/08/17/first-impressions-life-thirty-but-seventeen-risky-romance-witchs-love-your-honor-time/

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@piekeboeboe @purpose We can only hope :') I don't need a No Eul love line, sometimes caring people can't pick one person to love more, they want to love the whole world.

 

@dzareth @loopo @wanda77 Waiting waiting but it can't be just me wow I have never seen a preview that gives away such major plot points, I can't believe that they let us know one week in advance that Chief Joo would win o.o I guess that means that the Chief of Neurosurgery will get to move up the ranks as well. I hope, earnestly that she keeps to her conscience and her poster tagline that what she does cannot be quantified by money. Right now, at this point where No Eul is still a little shaky, I want Chief Oh to be kept as at least one strong female lead who isn't used for romance. 

 

@Jusyed Sun Woo :(((( Ahhhh he confessed. Yes, I do agree he might know the answer in his heart (I'm calling it, it'll be a gentle down turn) but we have yet to see if No Eul can see beyond his disability. We have been getting a couple of Noona romances in the k-drama scene recently (don't watch rom-coms but have heard) but in this case, I think it's a no go. Whelp, there goes our perfect ending for Sun Woo, I was really hoping it was just idolatry/love for someone who mothers him but I guess, they just had to and I'm sad. I'm sad for Sun Woo and I'm also sad because they've put No Eul into a position where her romantic choice heavily affects the show. And if now, she ends up agreeing to date him out of pity that's even more painful - let alone if she ends up with someone else (oh I hope, please don't Jin Woo, just stay siblings with No Eul and stay with Sun Woo he's so precious)

 

But darn if ep 8 wasn't highly emotional. When Jin Woo shifted Sun Woo's hand, I really do commend whoever who directed/decided/suggested that Jin Woo hold Sun Woo's hand with his other as he shifted his grip. If not, I think my heart would have stopped and I think Sun Woo (as a character, this is a show) would have felt extremely insecure in the moment for fear that Jin Woo would let go of him. It's symbolic in the sense that Jin Woo really loves Sun Woo and consciously or not, he wants to keep assuring Sun Woo that he will be there. It's smothering but comforting and to a certain extent, ep 8 has shown us that the brothers are emotionally dependent on each other. 

 

Also yes man, you ghosted on the lady reporter twice, it's a decent thing to find her in person to apologise. (Go for that romance if you must and use all your cheesy lines, rather than fall for the childhood friend which will complicate things, find someone outside who inspires you and forces you to be honest) Much appreciation to the existence of the reporting aspect, where there are undeniable in the storyline.

 

Also, @bedifferent you mend my heart, when Sun Woo looks up at Jin Woo I keep hoping they will both have each other at the end. Also curious to see more of the President Goo's thought processes - between seeing numbers and finances and using people because it suits him and 'acting' and 'being' human. I love how this show makes us consider and reconsider characters.

12 hours ago, bedifferent said:

Life "Making Film" - brrrr, cold wind.  Lee Kyu-Hyung's having as much fun on the wheelchair as LDW on the hover board. 

 

 

 

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One of my favorite little moments:

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9 hours ago, Jusyed said:

I  am just thinking what will be Dr. NE answers to  Seon Woo's confession. Will it be :heart: or :heartbreak: ?

 

Barbie can gives Sun Woo all the :heart:  he needs.

 

@bedifferent

President Gu has Nighty. They are soulmates.

And don't forget about Gu's bromance with the other Sun Woo (Dr Chang).

 

 

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12 hours ago, annagriss8 said:

 

Barbie can gives Sun Woo all the :heart:  he needs.

 

@bedifferent

President Gu has Nighty. They are soulmates.

And don't forget about Gu's bromance with the other Sun Woo (Dr Chang).

 

 

SW is loved too. His co-worker likes him... Dr. Joo is there for him too.

 

Honestly, I ship NE more with Gu as the latter seems to be misjudged all the time. Besides, he has no female admirer unlike YJW or SW. So far, he doesn't really confide to anyone.

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RL deadlines is making me miss my daily dose of Kdramas. But I’m finally watching the current episode. I like how they balance things now. But it is just me that is a bit worried that the main plot may be overshadowed by the loveline. Don’t get me wrong I’m not against the lovelines at all (romance is my go-to genre). 

 

On the other hand, Noeul-ah~ I feel you 

 

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@bedifferent @bebebisous33 I am so busy with work that I’m not able to watch this week’s episodes  & even Your House Helper .  :sweatingbullets: Hope to catch up this weekend and chat with you all soon 

 

I am okay with love lines in most dramas as Long as it is done organically. Someone just spoil it for me, any progress between Jin Woo & the reporter ? :lol:

 

I love these two brothers. Even off air 

 

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