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Gong Hyo Jin Discusses Her Experiences As The Female Lead Of Romantic Comedy

Sep 29, 2019
by L. Kim

 

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Gong Hyo Jin is well-known for being the queen of rom-com!

Fans admire her ability to easily immerse herself into her characters, and she is continuing her winning streak with her current drama “When the Camellia Blooms,” as well as her upcoming movie “The Most Ordinary Romance.”

“When the Camellia Blooms” is about Dong Baek (Gong Hyo Jin), who is stuck in a certain perception of love, and Yong Sik (Kang Ha Neul), who greatly loves and supports Dong Baek.

“The Most Ordinary Romance” tells the story of Jae Hoon (played by Kim Rae Won), who has been hurt by his ex-girlfriend, and Sun Young (played by Gong Hyo Jin), who was stabbed in the back by her ex-boyfriend, as they embark on an honest relationship as two people who just experienced breakups.

The two characters are similar in the fact that both are resolute and firm about their beliefs, but they show different charms. Dong Baek is a bit naive and a character who takes care of others, but Sun Young is a cold city woman who has no illusions about love at all.

Gong Hyo Jin laughed as she admitted, “I think I have two faces, too. I’m both feminine and masculine, and yet I’m also soft, cold, cynical, and direct. I’m not sure which one is my true side.”

 

https://www.soompi.com/article/1355732wpp/gong-hyo-jin-discusses-her-experiences-as-the-female-lead-of-romantic-comedy

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22 hours ago, liltash85 said:

I love this drama as it did not go the cliche route and the male lead is a pure country boy that is far from tsundere character. You know how drama loves to create a prince like character to help the female lead out of misery. But this time it is different. 

 

Me too. Often times we watch Kdrama as escapism, I don't mind handsome oppas in fairy tales but I am all for championing the ordinary man too. I root for Yong Sik to find his one true love, going at it in a way that we all can relate in real life.  I like that he works hard to make the relationship work, plus he talks it out. I also love how this drama has a bit of everything, slice of life-mystery-comedy.:)

 

@lollyminx @bebebisous33 would it be hilarious that the ahjummas will mend Deok Soon and Dong Baek's relationship.^^

 

Regarding Jong Ryeol, I'd like to give him a second chance. Not as a romantic interest for Dong Beok (think that ship has passed, they are different people now), more so that he can allow Pil-Gu to be in the presence of a father.  Pil-Gu was forced to grow up fast, would be nice for him to go back to being a kid. How much involved Jong Ryeol is in their lives will be a balancing act by all 4 (don't forget Jessica).  Give Jong Ryeol a chance to experience fatherhood and family life.  He has often associated May 12th as a day of shame, I think he needs to see it as one of the best days in his life.

 

PS I am tagging @40somethingahjumma cuz I  think she may like it.  On Netflix if you are interested  :)

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When The Camellia Blooms: Episodes 5-6

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Our heroine has a big task ahead of her if she wants to keep guard of her heart, as a certain zealous puppy of a cop is ready to sweep her off her feet if she’d let him. It’ll be an uphill battle since said he’s already willing to give her his all.

 

 
EPISODE 5: “The Mutt’s Strategy”

 

http://www.dramabeans.com/2019/09/when-the-camellia-blooms-episodes-5-6/

 

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4 hours ago, bedifferent said:

 

 

PS I am tagging @40somethingahjumma cuz I  think she may like it.  On Netflix if you are interested  :)

 

Oh I'm interested. ;) I've been interested for a while. Of course, it's the multi-talented Kang Ha Neul... back from military service as well. Although I've been uhmming and ahing because I don't know if I should be starting dramas this time of year. 

I've had a look at the first episode... it had a fun, quirky vibe and GHJ doesn't look like she's aged a single day since Thank You. She has the girl-next-door look that sees her snagging these sorts of roles. This is something a bit different for KHN, certainly far removed from what he did in Moon Lovers. Loud, demonstrative, impetuous, blustering. Heh. Just adorable. He looks like he's having a ball.

 

Speaking of Thank You, this one has an interesting slant on the outsider of a close-knit community with the local pub. It's not that she's a single mother but that she's a business rival that providing a service for the men who are feeling claustrophobic in that environment.

 

Good to see Kim Ji Suk again as well. It's been a while. 

 

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22 hours ago, bebebisous33 said:

@lollyminx The ahjummas will change their behavior, once they see that Dongbaek is in a relationship with YS. So far, they resented her because they saw her as a thread, she would seduce their husbands.

Yes! Also, I don't remember if I've read this in a book, heard it from someone as an advice, or it's quoted in a drama or film I've seen but they say you gain a better impression of someone if you view him/her from the perspective of someone who loves him/her. :) So I think watching a Yong Sik, a boy they raised, fall in love with Dong Baek will gradually change their minds about her... which, if it happens, will prove yet again that Yong Sik is good for Dong Baek because having the ahjummas off her back will be less stressful for her. :wub:

 

12 hours ago, bedifferent said:

@lollyminx @bebebisous33 would it be hilarious that the ahjummas will mend Deok Soon and Dong Baek's relationship.^^

True! Let them be useful for once instead of just sitting around and gossiping and bullying or harassing others. :D

 

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On 9/8/2019 at 5:53 PM, ktcjdrama said:

 

Btw, anyone knows why is there an animal icon next to each of the character? On the chart...

 

Ehhhh, think those are the character's personality. :lol:

 

Let's see:

-YS (bear): confident, ethical, protective, blunt, overpowering.  Gruff, outgoing personality with a soft, sensitive, intelligent side.

-DB (hippo): helpful, independent, honest, emotional, unpredictable.  Often wallow in loose fitting clothes, their lives are centered around food and its preparation.  Struggle to accept self, however loving warm creatures who are fond of children.

- JY (cat): neurotic, insecure, dominant/bullying, impulsive, aggressive

- KT (dog): devoted, eager to please, energetic, devoted, protective, impatient, recognize the importance of dominance/submission in the social order

-JR (cheetah):  fast, lithe and unpredictable, athletic, solitary, protective of their young, attractive

- Jessica (peacock):  flirtatious, superficial, beautiful/sexy, flashy.  As their beauty dims later in life, they might evolve different personalities to better cope with the fading of their luster as middle age approaches.

-HM (weasel):   attractive, mischievous, flirtatious, untrustworthy, charming with a Machiavellian streak

-PG (dragon):  intelligent, passionate, confident, determined, quick temper, impatient, stubborn

-DS (is she a beaver or otter?):  industrious, reliable, ethical, intelligent, home builder, conscientious, hard working

 

Source

 

`` Don't forget the mystery killer who is a threat to DB and whom YS is after, on the chart all along ~~

 

@40somethingahjumma  yayay, you did see E1.  Another person who has watched Thank You @confusedheart326 :).  Will wait for you to catch up if you ever decide to watch live with us.  KHN is a sweetie here, GHJ... I'm waiting for her to be comfortable at looking at people in the eyes.^^  This drama does a different take on female empowering (the ahjummas here are quite the boss in the household).  We have a princess of sort. :lol:

 

 

 

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@bedifferent I had a look at Episode 2 as well because I really liked the first episode. I may stick with this rather than Vagabond although I am concerned about the 18 episodes listing. The thing I like about this show is that at least it's trying to do something a bit different.

 

Yes, I've seen Thank You. Not just once but three times in fact. ;) It's one of my favourites mainly for the down-to-earth story of broken people who find their way to each other. Of course Jang Hyuk being in it helps a lot. And that incredible child actor.

It's not too much of a stretch to make comparisons between this and Thank You, not least because GHJ is in a similar predicament and does similar sorts of things. Similar... not identical. ;) I feel that at least here, Dongbaek does stand up for herself from time to time and doesn't take too crap much lying down. I also think that her dynamic with the villagers from Onsang are somewhat different. The cattiness and the bullying stems from a jealousy that her place is popular with their menfolk. To be honest, I don't blame them for taking refuge at her pub. It's a "safe space" :P from all the "incestuous" connections. But I think these men need to find their own niche... start their own businesses, do their own thing etc rather than rely on their wives and the marinated crab trade. On some level it is funny to watch but I'm one of those old fashioned types that think that men should be more adventurous and be less risk averse. The only man who seems to have any kind backbone in this show is Yongshik. Perhaps it's because he has not been domesticated yet. :P

 

I'm super fond of KHN and as expected he is wonderful here. I'm so glad for him that he's now in a lead male role... long overdue IMO. He is so funny and adorkable here. Like Brendan Fraser in his prime. But there are moments where he's pretty cool too. What's not to like? Apparently he's weird and out of step with the way things are done (despite being a native) but perhaps that's what's needed to shake things up in that sleepy town/village.

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I agree that Dongbaek can be a bit frustrating at times because she is so timid. In kdramas we often see female leads who gets mistreated, hold everything in etc. And then at some point everything bursts out. There it's a lot more frustrating at first and satisfying when they finally push back. In this case it feels more like that's part of her character. And she does stand up for herself. It's just that she doesnt want to fight about small things, she doesnt get loud etc. and that there is not the typical revelation of empowerment.

 

Oh and i loved that the son was frustrating that he is the one trying to protect her when it should be the other way around.

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4 hours ago, Fabbo said:

In this case it feels more like that's part of her character. And she does stand up for herself. It's just that she doesnt want to fight about small things, she doesnt get loud etc. and that there is not the typical revelation of empowerment.

YES! I'm glad you pointed this out and that Yong Sik also recognizes her strength despite her character. Dong Baek is an empowered woman. She fights back when she's cornered and to stand up for what is right, it's just that she speaks softly and she stutters, but this does not mean she is weak. I think this is good because her character shows that there's different ways of standing up for yourself. It's not always the woman who suddenly becomes loud and shows anger. Having said that, as the title suggests, there's still room for Dong Baek to grow and I'm looking forward to seeing who she'd become once "the camellia blooms" AND how Yong Sik will play a role in making that happen. :)

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@bedifferent I'm watching it and eagerly wait for the episodes! This is my most favourite show at the moment. The mystery is getting deeper. That serial killer is giving me the creeps.  Also, although I find the male lead extremely adorable and sincere, I do have a soft spot for the ex too. I kind of feel sorry for him. But he lacks a backbone so I will root for our county bumpkin. I am thoroughly enjoyed watching him loudly proclaiming his love for  GJH , completely unaware of the fact that his mom was just round the corner. That scene was hilarious! :joy: I have a feeling that after the initial disappointment, his mom would come round to accepting GJH. She seems like an understanding lady. She had always been supportive of her.  KHN has won me over. I have never watched any of his shows because but I shall definitely watch some of his  previous shows. In the k-drama world full of arrogant jerk heroes, his openness is very refreshing. He seems to be wearing his heart of his sleeve. I loved how he bounced back  after she rejected him. That reminds me, I started watching the most talked about show, 'Goblin'. I finally gave in and decided to see for myself what the hype was all about.  Till now, I am not disappointed. I am only on EP4 atm.

 

 

@40somethingahjumma omg! another Thank You fan! I thought I was the only one who loved the show because there wasn't much discussion/ reviews/ recaps of the show. Jang Hyuk definitely helps! :wub: I am going to watch My Country only for him! He's so effortlessly charismatic! *fangirl alert* Thank You, Fated to Love You and Secret are my all time favourites. They have left an indelible mark on this then uninitiated K-drama fan. :D

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On 9/30/2019 at 7:57 AM, 40somethingahjumma said:

 

 

I've had a look at the first episode... it had a fun, quirky vibe and GHJ doesn't look like she's aged a single day since Thank You. She has the girl-next-door look that sees her snagging these sorts of roles. This is something a bit different for KHN, certainly far removed from what he did in Moon Lovers. Loud, demonstrative, impetuous, blustering. Heh. Just adorable. He looks like he's having a ball.

 

 

Actually if you watch KHN Movie 'Midnight Runners' you know th KHN has done a character a bit similar to Dong Shik. But of course, if you comparing to the charismatic Wang Wook this is like a total opposite. 

Yong Shik has nothing much to offer except for his honesty and he could not stand bad behaviours. A sweet country bumpkin. I like how his character is quite sharp and observant. he can tell Jong Ryeol is Pil Gu's father just by watching them and how JR often being around the neighbourhood. I didn't take our hero to wait 15 episodes to learn about that. That's a new escapism in Kdrama too (you know how cliche drama can be when secrets only revealed towards the end of the series). 

 

I also like how they inject the mystery in this drama. Like in every episode there is a scene bout joker / history about joker. This plot is not abandoned eventhough the OTP already starts to embark in their relationship. I hope the writer won't forget about this mysterious plot and keep unlocking it every episode. 

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3 Ways “When The Camellia Blooms” Breaks Romance Drama Stereotypes

Oct 2, 2019
by M. Dang

 

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KBS 2TV’s “When The Camellia Blooms” is subverting romance drama tropes with its fresh take on the genre!

“When the Camellia Blooms” tells the stories of three couples in different stages of love. The drama focuses on the romance that blossoms between Dong Baek (played by Gong Hyo Jin), a woman who is trapped in a certain perception of love, and Hwang Yong Shik (played by Kang Ha Neul), who shows undying support and love for her.

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more https://www.soompi.com/article/1356260wpp/3-ways-when-the-camellia-blooms-breaks-romance-drama-stereotypes

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I am glad Deok-Soon is talking with Dong-Baek . She seams relaxed. I think she will accept that his son likes Dong Baek. Good.

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:blink:OMO OMO:blink: Did Yong Shik finally managed to catch the Joker!? It can't be that easy right LoL? But geez who is it though..?! The suspense is killing me:crazy:

 

Landlord Noh's wife is no joke! Right now she seem to be a likely suspect for the Joker... I don't understand Yong Shik's mom. I too thought she was fond of Dong Baek but guess not-_- Jong Ryeol's mom is some piece of work:P I get you disapprove but that was a terrible thing to say! No wonder she left, though it was sort of unfair for Pil Goo. Her lying to her son isn't helping the situation either.

    Hyang Mi comes across as tactless & an opportunist. While I admire her gumption, her moral compass is seriously missing:rolleyes: Ha-ha Dong Baek/Yong Shik are the Brangelina of Ongsan:w00t: Honestly what's South Korea's obsession with Brangelina LoL?? And her friend running a tanning salon baffles me as South Koreans frown upon anyone with tanned skin. Then again they are nit picky on a whole lot of things:P Just look at the nosy ahjummas! 

    I was hoping for a dramatic makeover but all the stylist did was curl the ends of  Mr. Noh's wife's hair LoL?! She should get her facts straight before lashing out like that. That's another thing I'm bothered about. Why do the women automatically think it's Dong Baek's fault or any woman when it comes to cheating?! Do they think their husbands are saints!? And even if the men do cheat, it's fine because they (the wives) want to keep the marriage. Dear Lord.

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Posted (edited)

Hello everyone! I’ve been following all your posts for weeks now and decided to finally register because I like this show so much! I like Gong Hyo Jin but was initially frustrated she was playing this kind of character again (In the vein of her characters in Thank You, Pasta, and Jealousy Incarnate imo) but I can understand her decision to portray Dongbaek the way she does and I trust it completely now. They’re similar characters but definitely not the same. Given what Dongbaek’s been through I couldn’t imagine her ending up any other way. 

 

Episode 4 (Netflix) was where this show picked up for me and made it into a show I care about. So for those who are just starting, I’d recommend sticking around til then. The one liners in this show have me reeling with laughter and the flashback scenes turn me into a sobbing mess each time. The story is simply refreshing and fun. 

 

Now onto the next episode

 

Who do you guys think is Dongbaek’s mystery stalker? The guy Yong Shik caught did not seem like the Joker to me. It kind of seemed like an older lady to me (a really fast one) and I wonder if it’s Dongbaek’s mom quietly keeping tabs on her throughout the year. She may perhaps be the same person who triggered the fire alarm at the last murder scene. What do you guys think?

 

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The dad continues to annoy me. 

 

Allowing press and bystanders so close to a murder side is all very weird to me. But considering all the cctv footages that always get to the public, police commenting on all kinds of ongoing investigations,  random policemen revealing sensitive information. Nothing really surprises me. I basically think their institutions are a joke^^

That said. It's in some village in the country. It's sometime in the late evening. Just from a logistics standpoint i have trouble believing that there are going to be dozens of reporters waiting.

 

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I think I rather love this drama. All of the characters are well executed and well acted, but it’s really YS and PG that has my total attention.

 

YS is an awesome character, and KHN is portraying him wonderfully. I love that he’s not a stereotype of a male lead. And, I love his relationship with his mother as well, but without submitting to mother knows best. He knows his mind and his heart, and he’s smart and practical as well. 

 

I also love DB’s son PG. his cynicism is both sad but also understandable, and way too perceptive of adult guiles and instinctively, fiercely protective of his mother. It’s great that YS doesn’t speak down to PG, but takes him seriously.

 

I’ve been on a drama dry spell, but this drama is coaxing me to watch again. 

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15 hours ago, Latte_Anyday said:

I don't understand Yong Shik's mom

I used to understand her cause I thought she's just scared of losing her son and bestfriend, but her reason is different from what I expected so now, I don't understand her either. :D I mean, out of all the people in Ongsan, I thought she'd be the most understanding. First of all, she's a single mother so she knows how it feels like to be looked down upon as one. Second, she knows Dong Baek well. Third, she knows Yong Sik well too. So I was a little surprised when her issue was that Dong Baek has a son, and I was like, "well, that's a little out of character" because she's more open minded than the rest of ahjummas in town. 


@Dumdoc you may be right about who Yong Sik caught. It may be his mom because in one scene, where she was lying on a tissue paper lol there was an energy drink beside her. So maybe it is her, spying on Dong Baek and Yong Sik. 

Or it could be Kyung Tae's lawyer wife. That's what I thought at first, but if she was there on the night Kyung Tae and Hyang Mi went wakeboarding, she would have known her husband wasn't with Dong Baek cause Dong Baek was with Yong Sik and Pil Gu soo... I don't know.

 

Also, I'm so thankful for Netflix subbers of this drama. You don't need to worry about waiting. I sleep and when I wake up in the morning, there's the subbed episode. :lol:

 

EDIT: I thought there's supposed to be 16 episodes of this? Why are there 20 episodes listed on Netflix? 

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On 10/1/2019 at 4:43 AM, 40somethingahjumma said:

I am concerned about the 18 episodes listing. 

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I also think that her dynamic with the villagers from Onsang are somewhat different. The cattiness and the bullying stems from a jealousy that her place is popular with their menfolk. To be honest, I don't blame them for taking refuge at her pub. It's a "safe space" :P from all the "incestuous" connections. But I think these men need to find their own niche... start their own businesses, do their own thing etc rather than rely on their wives and the marinated crab trade. 

 

Uhh ohh, it's currently 20 episodes on Netflix.  LOL  not sure if the extra episodes is KBS capitalizing on the ratings or planned that way.  I am all for tight plotting, hoping the murder mystery mixbag gives the drama enough materials to keep good pacing till the end.

 

I believe GHJ will get the chance to shine in the second act when Dong Baek starts to blossom.  You're right, this first act focuses quite a bit on Yong Shik, KHN is doing a great job making this a unique first male lead.  Dong Baek is quietly graceful and strong in her own way... something this small town have yet to appreciate.  I agree that the jealousy is from attention by the husbands toward DB.  I do like that the townspeople do not seem to gossip about Pil-Gu's biological father,  once DB firmly told them she is a single mom and feels no regrets about it! I think these women do have a hidden kind streak in them.  LOL Now that Yong Sik is openly pursuing DB, I hope they will eventually befriend her.

 

BTW, ratings E9/10: 9.3%, 11.5% (1st in its time slot) :)

 

 

On 10/1/2019 at 12:39 PM, Fabbo said:

I agree that Dongbaek can be a bit frustrating at times because she is so timid. In kdramas we often see female leads who gets mistreated, hold everything in etc. And then at some point everything bursts out. There it's a lot more frustrating at first and satisfying when they finally push back. In this case it feels more like that's part of her character. And she does stand up for herself. It's just that she doesnt want to fight about small things, she doesnt get loud etc. and that there is not the typical revelation of empowerment.

 

 

Not sure if you have watched E5, we get a chance to see her as a little girl who learned to not take offense when a classmate's mom overlook her need for a ride home.  Then we get to see her taking in the ugly tirade Jong Ryeol's mom thrown at her for daring to date her son.  It's almost a victim mentality where Dong Baek is trained to believe that she doesn't deserve love or respect due to being an orphan.  Her perception of love is quite pragmatic and cynical.  It's something beyond her reach and she finds it hard to reciprocate.  Part I believe is not wanting to be hurt again.  I found her conversation, trying to break up with Yong Sik, very poignant.  A thoughtful and kind person always, Dong Baek understands that she cannot hurt his relationship with his mother.  But it's the collective calm way in which she tries to convince Yong Sik that touched me.  It's almost like she was relieved that she doesn't have to allow herself to feel vulnerable in love again.  In her mind, she is repeating "That's ok" over and over again.  I feel so sad to see DB resigned to happiness and love from Pil Gu as the only thing that she needs and deserved.

 

Though I like her resiliency, I want her to vocalize her opinions more cuz I think that's one of the ways to force a change in people's opinions.  Until you can communicate clearly what your opinions and needs are, you will continue to be at the mercy of others' prejudice.  Plus, there's much of her thoughtfulness that these town residents can learn from.  

 

On 10/1/2019 at 10:56 PM, liltash85 said:

Actually if you watch KHN Movie 'Midnight Runners' you know th KHN has done a character a bit similar to Dong Shik. But of course, if you comparing to the charismatic Wang Wook this is like a total opposite. 

Yong Shik has nothing much to offer except for his honesty and he could not stand bad behaviours. A sweet country bumpkin. I like how his character is quite sharp and observant. he can tell Jong Ryeol is Pil Gu's father just by watching them and how JR often being around the neighbourhood. 

 

I watched Midnight Runners and I agree! Yes, I love his straightforwardness.  That's a plus in communication.  In contrast, we have Mr Noh and wife lawyer whose breakdown in communication is detrimental (or fatal later on?) Theirs is supposedly 1 of 3 relationships we supposed to watch.  Hsb is dim, wife is too passive aggressive with her heavy meaning symbolic talks and actions.  They both are deceptive people who can still save their marriage if she learns to give him the respect he needs and be willing to communicate better.

 

3 hours ago, stroppyse said:

 

I also love DB’s son PG. his cynicism is both sad but also understandable, and way too perceptive of adult guiles and instinctively, fiercely protective of his mother. It’s great that YS doesn’t speak down to PG, but takes him seriously.

 

 

Episode 5 has this absolutely heartwarming scene, awesomely written, between Yong Sik and Pil Gu where the boy warned YS of trying to date his mom.  We obviously know he wants to protect her from heartbreak.  Deep between the lines, he cannot hide his disappointments toward his biological father or relationships in general.  Not too different than his mom.  Jong Ryeol will have to win his love back majorly.

 

PG:I hate all the guys who like my mom.

YS: What?

PG: Mr Noh, Jun-gi's dad and the rice cake owner.  They all talk casually to my mom, saying they like her.  But they didn't even do anything when Jun-Gi's mom was pushing her.  That's what you guys mean by "liking" someone.

YS: Pil-Gu, that's not how I feel about your mom.  With me, it's different.

PG:It's all the same. Mom, you told me my Dad is tall and smart.  My Dad is a renowned scholar. He earned then doctoral degrees in China.  Even my dad who's a wonderful man, liked my mom, but he's doing fine all by himself in China now. I hate all the guys who are interested in my mom.

YS: Pil-Gu, I don't know about anyone else but I won't do anything that you don't like... I remember going nuts trying so hard to protect my mom when I was your age. I know how hard you're trying to protect your mom, so why would I deliberately worry and upset you?

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YS: Well, anyway, what I want to say is, just get a goodnight sleep.   You're at an age where you should be eating, playing, and sleeping as much as you want to so get a good night sleep.  I will never ruin the fabulous life of an eight year old boy.

 

 

2 hours ago, lollyminx said:

I used to understand her cause I thought he's just scared of losing her son and bestfriend, but her reason is different from what I expected so now, I don't understand her either. :D 


@Dumdoc you may be right about who Yong Sik caught. It may be his mom because in one scene, where she was lying on a tissue paper lol there was an energy drink beside her. So maybe it is her, spying on Dong Baek and Yong Sik. 

 

 

@lollyminx yes, the son seems to be the reason... let's hear her out next episode.

 

Welcome to the thread all the new posters!!! esp @Dumdoc to Soompi.  Please look around and join other drama threads!!  Good guess, it could be Deok Soon those nights only.... I don't think she is the Joker since she doesn't seem to wear those pants or even those shoes.

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