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Yeah, thinking back about it, there were some hints that he might be younger. Not sure how the writer thinks this will benefit the plot - I find it weird and would have preferred him being the same ag

Jesus Christ. That episode was filled to the brim !   Okay first off, even if the last bit of the episode happened, I like Jun’s mom. She’s loud and embarrassing, no wonder Jun wanted to run

Credit to @fan-number20000425 on Tumblr Somebody cast these two in a period drama!! I mean look at them!!  Go Ara is such a classic beauty, and Lee Jae Wook has that innocent yet charismatic

21 minutes ago, paolaadl said:

Talking about the writer, I'd like to take the chance to recommend you guys to watch Terius Behind Me/My Secret Terius. It is from the same writer of DDSSLLS but I find the writing of this one so much better, I honestly don't remember feeling disappointed with the storyline here. It's funny, light, there's action and a bit a romance (I wish it could have had a lot more tho). It's seriously one of my comfort dramas, I'm even thinking about watching it again because I have great memories of it.

 

Here's a clip of the main ost (which is one of my favorite dramas osts ever)

 

the writer also got the best writer at mbc drama awards for this drama....but still i like DDSSLLS.hope for better n happy ending

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4 hours ago, JenL said:

 

Yes, I love this line you used here. I think this drama, even though it seems a little crazy and colourful has a bit of a reflective side in that it reminds us that life isn't always going to be roses. Sometimes you're going to have to face those hard times. And I think through Lala and the people of Eunpo, we see that there are ways of facing hard times that are better than doing it alone (the way city folks like Jun and his family face problems): Lala and the Eunpo folk are communicative and open, share everything, enjoy the simple pleasures and forgive easily. That's why the cast have been calling it a healing drama. But now I also hope they mean "healing" in the physical sense that cancer can be 'healed'!!

 

 

Hahaha, I loved clingy Lala! She was so cute! The way she embarrassed Jun by claiming her property :tounge_xd:

 

 

Yep, I totally agree. If they go happy ending, then it was to resolve Jun's parents disapproval and to allow him to do all the things he wants, include marry the people he likes. Beside Lala would brighten up their lives in a way that no one else could. Haha, I see her working her magic on Jun's dad for sure :joy:

 

I'm going to be so sad to let this one go :bawling:  Very few dramas get under my skin and give me the flutters these days - I mean I enjoy watching a lot of dramas including those well known ones like It's Ok to Not Be Ok etc, but I don't feel that addicted love for them. This has been one of them and it's really helped to brighten dark times in 2020 for me (even with the angst)! I'm glad this project came out and glad LJW and GA were able to bring such magic to their characters.

 

 

Haha, I know. I was surprised at how cool she was about it: "Like you pretended to have a girlfriend because you want to go study in the States?" "Ok, but we're still dating right?" :lol: I think honestly her nature is that she can't hate people - we would probably all be better people if we were a bit more forgiving in this world like Lala. But also, I think her finding out that Jun was DDSSLLS distracted her...DDSSLLS was always kind to her, so I guess she realised Jun was always watching out for her and "giving her a warm yes, even when he was saying no." I like that that line was written in so that we could describe Jun's character in a nutshell.

 

As for memories, I always laugh at the memories of Kdrama characters, whether it's remembering their first loves, or someone they met a year ago or an old grudge. I'm sure there's people who do have such great memories...but I feel like most of us struggle to remember someone we met a day ago, let alone a year ago, unless it was really unusual.:lol:

 

 

Yep, I think I'm in the same boat. Well, I think I have a bucket for dramas where I loved the drama, but hated the ending. It's not ideal, but I think if something gave me joy, I can't throw it out completely. I guess I just wouldn't recommend it to people due to the ending. 

 

It would be too cruel to do that to Jun and Lala right?? I'm hoping the reason they're crying is because they found out he was sick on Christmas, rather than he died, seeing as they thought he was just studying. Maybe his mum tells Lala because it's been a bad chemo day for Jun. That's what I'm hoping :confounded: Please writers, stop torturing ussss :bawling:

 
I’m all for this can’t make it because he had chemo and they all found out that was the reason he was not able to come and then we see, they are all crying because they found out he is sick and are coming to terms with it for the first few mins of the show and then jun obviously comes home is in recovery or remission, still working things out but good enough to see everyone and finally marries rara regardless if he was sick or not just like Julia roberts in that old movie forgot the name or maybe even recovers and in true dodosolsollalasol style lives happily ever after with rara 

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1 hour ago, Mapleoaks5 said:

I know cancer is often seen as a kdrama trope, but correct me if I’m wrong, I can’t recall a male/female lead in recent dramas where they had cancer? I know this was rampant in earlier kdramas, but I don’t remember watching any in recent times???

 

I think this is a much older trope, so the writer decided to play with some of the more traditional elements of K-drama. To be honest, I have always actively avoided illness dramas because they tend to go down noble idiocy routes that can drag for entire 16 episodes. But given this one is just a spike, I hope I can handle it :confounded: I feel like cancer dramas were still popular in 2016 or so with things like Uncontrollably Fond maybe. 

 

1 hour ago, partyon said:

And I can appreciate that genres are mixed, but it’s only fair that this would be announced ahead of time so that no one gets disappointed when the drama takes a new genre turn. Don’t recall that this writer mixed genres in My Secret Terius (which I watched). So was surprised by this drama.

 

When it comes to DDSSLLS I have been correct with all my predictions so far (minus the age reveal), but I tried to give the drama the benefit of the doubt and hoped they wouldn’t go down the trope route. Which unfortunately they did, proving my predictions true... :(  So yeah, I feel cheated because it became a boring drama for me. 
I feel that they could have kept the quirky writing without throwing in these plot twists and probably kept the viewers happy (looks like not only me but a lot of viewers on other forums are unequally happy about the drama’s direction in the last few episodes).

 

Reading this, I think perhaps you don't enjoy the elements of anxiety these drama has :lol: It is a fun quirky drama, but the twists have been fairly anxiety inducing and leaves you wondering how there's going to worm out of this situation in a way that makes sense. I kind of like this because it gets my brain thinking, but it does play with your emotions so much if you just wanted fluff :sweatingbullets:

 

Not all dramas speak to everyone, and that is totally ok if this one wasn't for you! I feel like I myself don't enjoy some of the more popular things that everyone likes. Everyone has different tastes and will see things differently for sure.

:heartxoxo:

 

But I do think it's a bit funny since you said they need to announce things ahead of time so that people don't feel disappointed, but at the same time said that all the tropes were predictable...I think that's exactly why the story was not predictable since the style changes...if it was predictable, there wouldn't be a feeling for a need to announce things? As much as it's been controversial at times, it is sweepingly dramatic and has made people drawn to the drama to work things out which is what I feel the writer wanted to experiment with...not to be liked!  :lol: 

 

I've been sort of across 4 forums, as well as stuff like Twitter and reddit, and the general opinions is that a lot of people did dislike episode 14 and complained about the makjang slide (I know I did!) but so far people have not hated the drama as a whole...those who did dropped the drama early on, as it happens with every drama ... but for most people who have remained, it's been more like sorting out their emotions and anxieties as things unfolded. Sometimes that was disappointment, but the same people I've noticed have still been making theories etc. And it's made A LOT of people even more eager for happy Jun and Lala content if the stats are right on my Youtube. This writer sure know how to mess with our emotions. :bawling: 

 

49 minutes ago, Ameera Ali said:

My Makjang Mood :tounge_wink:

 

Just wanted to say @Ameera Ali Thanks for the gifs!! It's been fun to relive all the funny moments and sweet moment with all your very lovely gifs as well as your funny comments. Thanks for entertaining us all!

 

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21 minutes ago, inaho101 said:

@Ameera Ali if you don’t mind can you do a gif where jun was giggling because rara was giving him a strong hug, I believe it’s the one before dr. Cha came in, you can see him grinning from ear to ear that I think lee Jae wok’s  mom will frown upon lol

I made a whole gif compilation of the scene~ It's on tumblr, just click on the link ;)

https://fan-number20000425.tumblr.com/post/635788247603216384/cr-fan-number20000425-the-cutest

 

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This writer is unpredictable. They made many predictable cliches twist. So maybe there’s hope after all.

 

Btw my heart broke when Jun’s mom cried outside his room and when his dad hugged him. Those warm moments made me cry. Who knew daddy was a softie?

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I’ve been thinking about Dr. Cha’s speech about the sequence of blooms in episode 1. In the scene, there is a little boy with his mom and later on a guy and a girl on a bicycle. I wonder if it could possibly refer to Jun’s life

 

Here are the sequences of the flowers:

1. Forsythia: symbolizing anticipation. Perhaps alluding to the hardships of Jun’s parents and their anticipation in conceiving a son. Also Jun’s anticipation in meeting RaRa again.

 

2. Magnolia: 

 

“White is a symbol of purity, innocence and spirituality. The white Magnolia flower is there to send a message of kindness and innocence to anyone with love. This beautiful flower is going to be a strong reminder of living your life according to your desires and to the desires of others.”

 

Jun wanting to live his own life while also honoring the dreams of his best friend.

3. Cherry Blossoms: A symbol of love, good times, but also the fleeting nature of life. You see the boy and girl on a bike that look suspiciously like RaRaJun in this scene. It could represent the short time Jun and RaRa spent together in Eunpo. 
 

4. Lilacs: A symbol of first love and true love.

“If the lilac flower is appearing in your life with frequency, it may be reminding you that love is everywhere around you. It could also indicate that it may be the right time to let the new love enter your life.”


Rara is Jun’s first love. Also, it was in Eunpo where Jun felt like he was surrounded by love.

 

5. Last but not least, acacia: It symbolizes beauty in retreat as well as concealed love. In funerals, it is used to symbolize rebirth or immortality. :tears:

Jun may have left RaRa but he truly still loves her. I hope the rebirth/immortality  refers to him beating his cancer rather than a hint of Jun dying and living on in everyone’s memories.

 

 

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@Rilabear wow such a nice observations:wow1: I just thought that the animation is pretty when I watch it :lol: 

 

1 hour ago, Rilabear said:

Jun may have left RaRa but he truly still loves her. I hope the rebirth/immortality  refers to him beating his cancer

I choose to believe that your hope will come true:transforms:

 

 

Rara said that

" If you endure the tough times, you will reap the fruits of your labor"

( Not only to Jun but to all Twinkles 

Because we endure the tough times going through all of twists and turns for 15 episodes so we'll reap happy ending at last episode)

:issohappy::elated:

 

Rather than thinking that Jun leaves Rara clueless about his illness I choose to think Jun leaves with conviction that he will able to come back to Rara so he didn't want her to worry

 

So Jun will come fully recovered to get his level 3 punishment 

 

 

 

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1 hour ago, Rilabear said:

I’ve been thinking about Dr. Cha’s speech about the sequence of blooms in episode 1. In the scene, there is a little boy with his mom and later on a guy and a girl on a bicycle. I wonder if it could possibly refer to Jun’s life

 

Here are the sequences of the flowers:

1. Forsythia: symbolizing anticipation. Perhaps alluding to the hardships of Jun’s parents and their anticipation in conceiving a son. Also Jun’s anticipation in meeting RaRa again.

 

2. Magnolia: 

 

“White is a symbol of purity, innocence and spirituality. The white Magnolia flower is there to send a message of kindness and innocence to anyone with love. This beautiful flower is going to be a strong reminder of living your life according to your desires and to the desires of others.”

 

Jun wanting to live his own life while also honoring the dreams of his best friend.

3. Cherry Blossoms: A symbol of love, good times, but also the fleeting nature of life. You see the boy and girl on a bike that look suspiciously like RaRaJun in this scene. It could represent the short time Jun and RaRa spent together in Eunpo. 
 

4. Lilacs: A symbol of first love and true love.

“If the lilac flower is appearing in your life with frequency, it may be reminding you that love is everywhere around you. It could also indicate that it may be the right time to let the new love enter your life.”


Rara is Jun’s first love. Also, it was in Eunpo where Jun felt like he was surrounded by love.

 

5. Last but not least, acacia: It symbolizes beauty in retreat as well as concealed love. In funerals, it is used to symbolize rebirth or immortality. :tears:

Jun may have left RaRa but he truly still loves her. I hope the rebirth/immortality  refers to him beating his cancer rather than a hint of Jun dying and living on in everyone’s memories.

 

 

such a good explaination.....so i just hope we got happy ending.

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1 hour ago, JenL said:

@Just_Me LOL....when was November 20th in their filming. Now I'm trying to calculate if this was close to the end of the series in terms of filming!!

This vid already at IG long before but I can't find it there :lol:..

 

I have no idea either what he's doing right there alone behind the truck:lol:

 

Maybe I just try to ease my heart that really want a happy ending without any interference of the grim reaper:Please::please:

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Go Ara, Kim Joo Heon, Shin Eun Soo, And More Gather For Extravagant Christmas Party In “Do Do Sol Sol La La Sol”

Nov 26, 2020
by L. Kim
 

KBS 2TV’s “Do Do Sol Sol La La Sol” revealed new stills ahead of the final episode!

Spoilers

Two important secrets were revealed in the previous episode. The first one was that Sun Woo Joon (Lee Jae Wook) was Do Do Sol Sol La La Sol, Goo La La’s (Go Ara) supportive fan on social media. The second was that Sun Woo Joon was actually suffering from acute myeloid leukemia. He secretly left to get treatment without telling Goo La La the truth, and viewers are looking forward to finding out what will happen when his illness is revealed to everyone.

The newly released stills show a glimpse of the upcoming final episode. Everyone is gathered to celebrate Christmas, including Goo La La, Cha Eun Suk (Kim Joo Heon), Jin Ha Young (Shin Eun Soo), Jin Sook Kyung (Ye Ji Won), and Lee Seung Gi (Yoon Jong Bin). Sun Woo Joon is not physically present at the party, but he appears on the screen, and he plays a piano duet with Goo La La.do-do-sol-sol-la-la-sol3.jpg

 

more https://www.soompi.com/article/1440293wpp/go-ara-kim-joo-heon-shin-eun-soo-and-more-gather-for-extravagant-christmas-party-in-do-do-sol-sol-la-la-sol

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A few last minute things...Those interesting in some of the Seoul areas (cafes) they filmed DDSSLLS in, the filming locations are here: 

 

https://thesedramaticdays.blogspot.com/2020/11/filming-locations-for-do-do-sol-sol-la_26.html

 

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Go Ara posted some more photos of her and LJW hanging around when they filmed the runaway wedding scene:

 

https://thesedramaticdays.blogspot.com/2020/11/instagram-updates-go-ara-posts-more.html

 

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I've enjoyed the show very much. Too bad it has ended. Congratulations to the team for giving us a wonderful show. I was hoping they would give us an epilogue at the end like the rest of the episodes but thats ok, at least we got a happy ending. Really enjoyed it. 

 

I hope they win a couples award at the awards show like they hope.

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