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42 minutes ago, bebebisous33 said:

That's what I had thought first but the way she wanted to fire her and her explanations contradict this. First, she could have confronted DY and told her to come clean with all this, tell her to apply with all her qualifications. But she doesn't, she acts behind her back and uses CEH to announce it to KDY. Moreover, she had asked her acquaintance how her company would deal with this...   

Borrowed from Dong wok there is person with "sundere" personality.

I'm not in Ms.Go charm or what's ever but said the truth,i have sympathy for her individualistic life and her way to handling company rule and regulations, she must be someone with clear mindset when take any decision however her flaws is she's introvert who live in her ideal world not much considerate others feelings it's not mean she don't care but she just don't want to get involved deeper in others business.

Maybe in the next episode we would know what her true intention.

But yes there's some cowardly while she delegated this task to EH.

And i think i agree  your theory about what the true relationship between EH-SJ and the old writer, too @bebbisous(i knew you longer but sorry when i still couldn't spell your name right:lol:)

seems CEH have so much mystery, he have so much pain who no one couldn't guess.maybe he will find out who is SJ and his relationship with the writer and him.

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2 hours ago, Yana Mujay said:

Maybe in the next episode we would know what her true intention

Hopefully.

 

 

As for dan i. CEH is at the same time ( helping her) by calling job agency and helping dan i by passing her resume secretly?

 

Honestly, I hope she gets a job somewhere else and they have to go through her to get an author or better yet at a rival company. I know it won't happen but I want Ko to see what her pettiness costs the company.

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38 minutes ago, Yana Mujay said:

Borrowed from Dong wok there is person with "sundere" personality.

I'm not in Ms.Go charm or what's ever but said the truth,i have sympathy for her individualistic life and her way to handling company rule and regulations, she must be someone with clear mindset when take any decision however her flaws is she's introvert who live in her ideal world not much considerate others feelings it's not mean she don't care but she just don't want to get involved deeper in others business.

Maybe in the next episode we would know what her true intention.

But yes there's some cowardly while she delegated this task to EH.

And i think i agree  your theory about what the true relationship between EH-SJ and the old writer, too @bebbisous(i knew you longer but sorry when i still couldn't spell your name right:lol:)

seems CEH have so much mystery, he have so much pain who no one couldn't guess.maybe he will find out who is SJ and his relationship with the writer and him.

@Yana Mujay I had to laugh that you couldn't spell my name correctly (bebe =baby / bisous =kisses, in French)

Yes, sticking to the rules and regulations is as such a good thing, but in my opinion she only uses the rules for her own advantages. Actually, she asked DY to take care of her own clothes (send these to the cleaning store) which has nothing to do with the company. KDY could have refused, it is not her job to take care of Ms. Go's clothes but she did not because she was afraid of losing her job. She also was in no position to refuse indicating that Ms. Go was abusing her position. This example proves to me that she doesn't stick to the rules per se, it is just when it helps her. Moreover, she shows a lack of flexibility like CEH pointed out earlier. If everyone just does what he/she is supposed to do, then there is no team work, no help. Besides this undermines the motivation. Their commitment will decrease, people will stop to put any effort.  

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1 hour ago, bebebisous33 said:

 I had to laugh that you couldn't spell my name correctly (bebe =baby / bisous =kisses, in French)

Wow, i learn french. Baby kisses.

Now i know.

 

Actually, they also protest against ms. Go.

But behind her back. Like hae rin scream, i hate this company.

Its actually, i hate you, ms go.

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58 minutes ago, bebebisous33 said:

If everyone just does what he/she is supposed to do, then there is no team work, no help. Besides this undermines the motivation. Their commitment will decrease, people will stop to put any effort.  

The insights into the working world - one of the reasons I continue to watch this drama.

 

I'd like to think there is some good in Ms Go's character, besides commitment to her work. After all, she has been with Gyeoroo for 10 years and even helped her colleagues with removing leaflets from books on a weekend, while donning hair salon gear.

 

CEO Kim mentioned something about wearing trenchcoats for decision-making like the earlier days. Maybe we will see again the close-knit team work which held the founding members together.

 

Need some clarification about CEH's character description in the drama synopsis. It is stated that he is Gyeoroo's youngest-ever chief editor. I've been puzzled by that for quite a while. Isn't he the only chief editor the company has ever had? Scouted while still in college.

 

I can feel my interest waning a little. So, hoping for better episodes in the coming weekend.

 

 

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17 minutes ago, sgfan said:

The insights into the working world - one of the reasons I continue to watch this drama.

 

I'd like to think there is some good in Ms Go's character, besides commitment to her work. After all, she has been with Gyeoroo for 10 years and even helped her colleagues with removing leaflets from books on a weekend, while donning hair salon gear.

 

CEO Kim mentioned something about wearing trenchcoats for decision-making like the earlier days. Maybe we will see again the close-knit team work which held the founding members together.

 

Need some clarification about CEH's character description in the drama synopsis. It is stated that he is Gyeoroo's youngest-ever chief editor. I've been puzzled by that for quite a while. Isn't he the only chief editor the company has ever had? Scouted while still in college.

 

I can feel my interest waning a little. So, hoping for better episodes in the coming weekend.

 

 

Well, Ms. Ko is not a villain per se hence she can redeem herself. Until the episode 12, I had been defending her more but for me, the episodes from last week marked a turning point. I was disappointed in her in two scenes... Sure, the one with CEH where she ordered him to fire KDY. But actually, my real disappointment started when she lied to her ex-fiance telling him that she was married. Here, her lie revealed that her pride mattered the most. Instead, she could have come clean with him but she didn't. He was honest with her, told her his failures aso but she didn't. So her lack of honesty annoyed me and she wasn't honest with CEH on many occasions, when it came to KDY.

She uses the SNS in order to give a false impression of herself... At some point, her true personality should be revealed. She is definitely messy and lacks imagination, although she wants to leave the opposite impression that she is organized and very creative.  

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32 minutes ago, bebebisous33 said:

Well, Ms. Ko is not a villain per se hence she can redeem herself. Until the episode 12, I had been defending her more but for me, the episodes from last week marked a turning point. I was disappointed in her in two scenes... Sure, the one with CEH where she ordered him to fire KDY. But actually, my real disappointment started when she lied to her ex-fiance telling him that she was married. Here, her lie revealed that her pride mattered the most. Instead, she could have come clean with him but she didn't. He was honest with her, told her his failures aso but she didn't. So her lack of honesty annoyed me and she wasn't honest with CEH on many occasions, when it came to KDY.

She uses the SNS in order to give a false impression of herself... At some point, her true personality should be revealed. She is definitely messy and lacks imagination, although she wants to leave the opposite impression that she is organized and very creative.  

I think gyeooro had their own stories, judge from the founders interaction and the ways  they treat each of the five founders like@sgfans says, they have a kind of sacrifice for the company's development, this kind of treatment get them privileged and respect to not involved and went beyond theirs jurisdictions or.@bebebisous33,did you think ms.Go have ill motive to fired dani...?

Seems she's not a kind person but yupp she has  insecurities about her past thou.

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:lol:i'm sorry for my poor spelling attn. You have such nice name to mess around:ph34r:

Hope the button tag name will correct me then.

And may you help to reopen "Hotel deluna " tread? I tag @jillia but she wasn't respond.

Sorry for asked.

Thanks in advantages 

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15 minutes ago, Yana Mujay said:

I think gyeooro had their own stories, judge from the founders interaction and the ways  they treat each of the five founders like@sgfans says, they have a kind of sacrifice for the company's development, this kind of treatment get them privileged and respect to involved and went beyond theirs jurisdictions or.@bebebisous33,did you think ms.Go have ill motive to fired dani...?

Seems she's not a kind person but yupp she has  insecurities about her past thou.

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I do think that Ms. Ko feels threatened by KDY because now, she knows that KDY has the same qualifications than she has: college degree and she had a really good career before taking a break. Notice that Ms. Ko has internalized that there is no female support coming from her former classmates. Her "friends" were just boosting about their husband, their kids and their wealth, Ms. Ko felt looked down by them. She met them regularly, until Ms. Ko couldn't help herself to underline her own success which led the other three women to decide not to invite Ms Ko any longer. To conclude, over the years, with this kind of treatment, Ms. Ko really thinks that all women are like that: envy, jealousy, arrogance etc.

So yes... right now, Ms. Go really wants to fire KDY. She perceives KDY's modesty and empathy as fake and as hypocrisy. She is not aware of KDY's sincerity.

@sgfanYes, this scene with her "friends" was important in my opinion.  

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10 minutes ago, bebebisous33 said:

But actually, my real disappointment started when she lied to her ex-fiance telling him that she was married. Here, her lie revealed that her pride mattered the most.

Thank you for pointing this out. Ms. Ko sure has a penchant for keeping up with appearances. This is also evident in a friends gathering, where she proudly (and coldly) offered to foot the bill and bragged about her accolades and achievements. I did not see a problem with this scene initially, as there is nothing wrong with her singlehood.

 

18 minutes ago, bebebisous33 said:

She uses the SNS in order to give a false impression of herself... At some point, her true personality should be revealed. She is definitely messy and lacks imagination, although she wants to leave the opposite impression that she is organized and very creative.  

A good glimpse into our society and consumption of social media. Most people would post only the pretty, glamorous sides of their lives, but we do not see what really goes on under the facade. Someone may be sipping fine wine in a posh, swanky high-rise apartment with floor-to ceiling windows; which sounds like the dream life but people do not see the lonely soul in an incredibly bare apartment.

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5 REASONS WE’RE SUPER INTO NETFLIX ORIGINAL K-DRAMA “ROMANCE IS A BONUS BOOK”

Erin Smith | March 5, 2019 | Features, Listicles, Trending

Netflix has been bringing its K-Drama A-game lately, with a huge selection of Korean dramas both classic and new. Has anyone else noticed that Lee Jong-Suk is in a LOT of them? We’re definitely not complaining – right now we’re SUPER into the ongoing Netflix original rom-com offering “Romance is a Bonus Book”, starring Lee Jong-Suk (obviously) and Lee Na-Young. Here’s why, at 10 episodes in, it’s getting our hearts all aflutter.

1. A mature romance that’s not afraid of reality

We love a rom-com as much as the next drama fan, but there’s only so many times you can watch the “teenage chaebol falls for poor misfit girl” plot play out. This drama echoes that storyline somewhat, but through the lens of adults. It touches on divorce, ageism, homelessness, grief, sex, being a single parent, and the myth of the friend zone, all while keeping its heart and its dignity – as well as its PG rating. And so far nobody has fallen on anyone’s lips or lost their memory, which is a good sign too.

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2. Complex female characters

The typical K-drama female lead is often deliberately vapid so as to allow the viewer to project themselves onto her. That’s (thankfully) not the case here. In the Gyeoroo publishing house office, where much of the drama takes place, there are so many complex female characters bravely showing both their strengths and their flaws. Song Hae-Rin, a young editor, is intelligent and takes no crap, but hopeless in love. Go Yoo-Sun is a cold career woman struggling to deal with lost love, but also a dancing queen. Seo Young-A is hardworking and dedicated, but struggling with the breakdown of her marriage. Then there’s our heroine, Kang Dan-I (played by Lee Na-Young) – a divorced single mother struggling to break back into the job market. She’s determined and capable, but also compassionate and warm. It’s a welcome change from the pushover leading ladies of days gone by.

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3. Lee Jong-Suk in snuggly winter sweaters

Come on, we know you love cute boys in turtlenecks as much as we do. Unless you’re Martina from Eat Your Kimchi, in which case… put down the scissors! “Romance is a Bonus Book” is set in winter, so it follows that snuggly clothes are a must. Lee Jong-Suk’s Cha Eun-Ho is a rich boy author and publisher and hence a snappy dresser. Is there anything more inviting than a pretty boy in a cable-knit to wedge his bookmark right into your heart? No there’s not, and that’s not a euphemism. Get your mind out of the gutter.

… Also he sometimes gets around in a fluffy bathrobe. You have been warned.

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4. Wi Ha-Joon in snuggly winter sweaters

We all know nice guys (and second male leads) finish last, but we’re the real winners here when the second male lead is as attractive as fresh face Wi Ha-Joon in the role of book cover artist Ji Seo-Joon. Wi Ha-Joon is a fox – all strong masculine lines to contrast against Lee Jong-Suk’s flower boy image – and we might be a little obsessed. Plus, if the plot continues the way it’s going he might not lose out so bad after all… (no spoilers!) 

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5. New episodes on Sundays AND Mondays

Oh Korea, we are grateful for your weird television schedules! We know how frustrating it can be to have to wait a whole week for new episodes when we’re living in the age of the Netflix binge. Sunday AND Monday releases for Romance is a Bonus Book mean you can have two hits of your K-drama drug each week, or save them up for a movie-length double feature.

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Whether you’re ready to jump in and catch up on the first ten episodes, saving them for a whole-series binge-watch later or keeping up week-to-week like me, we’d love to know what you think of “Romance is a Bonus Book”! Let us know on Twitter or Facebook.

 

http://www.helloasia.com.au/features/5-reasons-were-super-into-netflix-original-k-drama-romance-is-a-bonus-book/

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5 Reasons Why Viewers Can Only Fall Deep In Love With Poetic Lee Jong Suk In “Romance Is A Bonus Book”

“The longer I wait, the deeper my love will be” by Lee Jong Suk (as Cha EunHo).

Viewers of “Romance is a Bonus Book” can only fall deep in love with the main character acted by Lee Jong Suk. He is just the perfect boyfriend!

In the drama, he is in love with Lee Na Young (as Kang Dan Yi) and that for a long time. He started to express his feelings for her and has been waiting for her to realize her own feelings too. The couple love story got viewers addicted to the drama. Here are 5 reasons why viewers of the drama are in love with Lee Jong Suk.

Let us know what makes you fall in love with Lee JongSuk as Cha EunHo. Be aware of spoilers.

 

1- Hilariously Cute

 

Who does not like a cute guy? Lee JongSuk is acting cute in front of Lee Na Young but also has quite a few solo scenes where he makes viewers burst into laughter.

Here is one scene. Lee Jong Suk wants to contact Lee Na Young who is out on a date with his rival Wi HaJoon (as Ji Seo Joon). He is in an internal dilemma, contact or not contact… Self-conscious of his childish attitude, he tries to act rationally and smartly.

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For more of his hilarious scenes, you can have a look here.

 

2- Poetic and Heart Fluttering Lines

Lee JongSuk knows how to perfectly say cheesy, poetic, and heart fluttering lines. He steals women heart in a few seconds.

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Noona, I am not just a ‘dongsaeng’ but “I am a fine guy.”

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His confession skills are also poetic and touching. “From spring to summer, from summer to fall, and from fall to winter. Do you know when the season changes? Do you know exactly when winter ends and spring begins? I don’t know when exactly my feelings for you started to grow.”

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3- Sincere Deep Love For a Long Time

It is always romantic to know that the guy you like has only loved you and that his love is deep and sincere. Lee JongSuk has this type of love for Lee NaYoung and his feelings for her are just too much to handle for the viewers.

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4- Trustworthy and Supportive

When you are looking out for a boyfriend, you would preferably search for someone you can trust and that support you in any situation. Lee JongSuk is trustworthy and shows his unstoppable support for Lee NaYoung at several times. He is the one she can rely on in any situation.

 

 

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5- Appealing And Handsome Looks

The actor is attractive and handsome making viewers, even more, fall for him. With his perfect fashion, model-like figure, and handsome face, it is hard not to find him charming. Lee JongSuk also knows how to seduce with his cute and sexy charms.

 

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https://www.kpopmap.com/5-reasons-why-viewers-can-only-fall-deep-in-love-with-poetic-lee-jongsuk-in-romance-is-a-bonus-book/

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10 hours ago, bebebisous33 said:
11 hours ago, Yana Mujay said:

I'm not in Ms.Go charm or what's ever but said the truth,i have sympathy for her individualistic life and her way to handling company rule and regulations, she must be someone with clear mindset when take any decision however her flaws is she's introvert who live in her ideal world not much considerate others feelings it's not mean she don't care but she just don't want to get involved deeper in others business.

Maybe in the next episode we would know what her true intention. It seems CEH have so much mystery, he have so much pain who no one couldn't guess.maybe he will find out who is SJ and his relationship with the writer and him.

@Yana Mujay I had to laugh that you couldn't spell my name correctly (bebe =baby / bisous =kisses, in French)

Yes, sticking to the rules and regulations is as such a good thing, but in my opinion she only uses the rules for her own advantages. Actually, she asked DY to take care of her own clothes (send these to the cleaning store) which has nothing to do with the company. KDY could have refused, it is not her job to take care of Ms. Go's clothes but she did not because she was afraid of losing her job. She also was in no position to refuse indicating that Ms. Go was abusing her position. This example proves to me that she doesn't stick to the rules per se, it is just when it helps her. Moreover, she shows a lack of flexibility like CEH pointed out earlier. If everyone just does what he/she is supposed to do, then there is no team work, no help. Besides this undermines the motivation. Their commitment will decrease, people will stop to put any effort

I do not know the employment laws and regulations  in South Korea; however, in the United States, Ms. Go's friend would not have given her Dan-Yi's resume, it would have been against the law.  She also, would not have been able to share personal information with her.  If she did, as she did informally, Ms. Go's friend would not have given her what is considered confidential information from her company's personnel records. (We already know that the friend is bias against Dan-Yi when she said, just fire her...why?) Here in the US, when another company/organization requests information on a potential hire, the only thing the company can tell them is if the person worked there, how long and their salary information.  Okay, Ms. Go was given a tip "off the record" she would have had to do her own research to verify what her friend told her, then she could have acted on it. 

In the US, not including full educational and employment history is not an offense that could get one fired, especially as a contract worker.  Where Ms. Go had the law on her side is that Dan-Yi is a contract worker and; therefore, her contract could be terminated at any time.  Eun-Ho and Dan-Yi both know that a contract worker is a temporary position and can be terminate at will. That is why Eun-Ho could not stop it.  I hope things get so chaotic in the office that everyone start complaining about Ms. Go, terminating Dan-Yi and question her reasoning.

In Ms. Go's mind, Dan-Yi is a threat, that is why she is terminating her contract.  It is not the case that Dan-Yi's services aren't required any longer, Dan-Yi goes above and beyond and everyone relies on her.  It's that Ms. Go sees Dan-Yi as a potential rival and feels she can replace her in the future.  Therefore, get rid of the threat now.  I feel that Dan-Yi will be fine.  She has a stable place to stay and gets some money from her ex-husband; therefore, she circumstances aren't as bleak as they were in the beginning.  Since Dan-Yi has proven herself at the company, I think she will be a shoo-in for a permanent position once she reapplies. 

 

@Yana Mujay

 

Since Dani-YA is a contract worker, letting her go, because she did not over exaggerate her education, was a decision that Ms. Go did not have to make.   If Ms. Go thought that she was doing it because it was morally right, then she should have spoken to Dani-Ya directly.  Part of my problem with this dismissal is because Ms. Go's friend told her why Dani-Ya probably did not include her credentials;  Dan-Yi was  out of the workforce for a while and it was hard getting a job.  If Ms. Go had any empathy at all, knowing this, she would not have let her go.  If she thought that she had to, then Ms Go should have told Dani-Ya herself and not have Eun-Ho do it. 

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I agree with the sentiments I've read so far. Dani showed she is as capable her sunbaes. KO must originally thought how dare this high school be as good as me. Then she finds out she's been married and has kid, something KO regrets not experiencing, so enter the green eyed monster. Now she finds out actually she is educated so her spec is as good as hers, so not only talented with work experience to prove it, she has the educational pedigree too, plus she done the house wife and family thing, so triple threat.

She's a bit like her mate, remember in the bathroom after the interview she basically said how dear take time out to raise a family and then want to come back into the workplace. These two are career women with regrets but instead of making peace with their choices they are upset with the women try to have both. She is cowardly in her reasons and then having EH do the firing. Deep down she knows Dani is an ally but she cutting off her nose to spite her face. She'll come to regret it eventually but for now she all up in her feelings.

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Romance is a Bonus Book: Episode 12

by abirdword

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Our heroine gets to bask in the good feelings that come with a successful event, and she has our hero by her side from start to end. Everything is going so well for Dan-yi, in her personal and professional life, so of course that means a new challenge must arise. Dan-yi has worked hard to succeed at her job, but the lie that started it all is finally starting to make its way back to bite her.

 

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I find it so entertaining that the majority of us are all so taken with Director Ko - for all the faults we see in her character. She is definitely striking a chord with a lot of us. I find her more pitiful than getting annoyed or angry at her decisions. I think it's because that moment where she realised the delivery guy was her ex-fiance, I just started crying. The pain of that moment just really connected with me; seeing someone you loved and haven't really gotten over after so long. UGH my heart. And that moment with the wedding photo frame and her later ripping up the photos she had kept all these years. I just find her so sad and rather hope that she and some peace by the end of the series. 

 

Also a random note about this article:

http://www.helloasia.com.au/features/5-reasons-were-super-into-netflix-original-k-drama-romance-is-a-bonus-book/

As I was reading the post, I was like this sounds like it was written by an Australian and them boom - .com.au website. HAHAHA As a fellow Aussie, I really like that there is an article written in my country about this show! 

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@bebebisous33 , thanks for the tag (way back when). I'm watching the drama but not commenting because I am too emotionally spent after Ahjussi, Encounter and SKY Castle to analyse anything anymore. lol:D. However, the romance is causing me cavities, but I really need a grown up," its-been-20years-of-EUNHO-waiting-and-DanI-hasn't-had-sex-for-a-while-and-she-really-needs-it" kiss from the two right about now!!!

 

I have been wondering about the title of the drama. Does the Bonus Book refer to the bonus scenes after the drama ends? 

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6 hours ago, teegyj said:

I find it so entertaining that the majority of us are all so taken with Director Ko - for all the faults we see in her character. She is definitely striking a chord with a lot of us. I find her more pitiful than getting annoyed or angry at her decisions. I think it's because that moment where she realised the delivery guy was her ex-fiance, I just started crying. The pain of that moment just really connected with me; seeing someone you loved and haven't really gotten over after so long. UGH my heart. And that moment with the wedding photo frame and her later ripping up the photos she had kept all these years. I just find her so sad and rather hope that she and some peace by the end of the series. 

 

Also a random note about this article:

http://www.helloasia.com.au/features/5-reasons-were-super-into-netflix-original-k-drama-romance-is-a-bonus-book/

As I was reading the post, I was like this sounds like it was written by an Australian and them boom - .com.au website. HAHAHA As a fellow Aussie, I really like that there is an article written in my country about this show! 

 

She is indeed pitiful. I do think once the dust has settled her, Dani and SY will have a great friendship and could be a great support to each other.

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14 hours ago, africandramalover said:

 but I really need a grown up," its-been-20years-of-EUNHO-waiting-and-DanI-hasn't-had-sex-for-a-while-and-she-really-needs-it" kiss from the two right about now!!!

 

AMEN sister! Totally onboard this wagon. Yes please!

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