He's probably helping now because he feels bad about what he did. I agree about Se-ah too, while still thinking that her character should have been written waaaay differently. I agree with your comments on Yeo-reum, not so much on Se-ah's. I think she has finally come to terms that she can't coerce Ki-tae away from Jang-mi but that doesn't mean to me that she's back to being a supportive friend. I'm not sure if she ever WAS a real "friend. Right now I see her actions as continuing to be manipulative and opportunistic, just not in the same blatant way. I think she's gone back to hanging back and wait for the first sign of trouble from Ki-tae's relationship to try to weasel her way in.
The easiest way to do that is to stay close and oh! How lucky for her! Ki-tae's clinic is doing poorly and it's already been established that her dad has wanted Ki-tae to work for him. I think she MIGHT have felt something resembling shame after she laid everything out to Ki-tae and he still rejected her but since she never truly seem to be remorseful of her spiral into insanity I guess that's the Catch, you can't be crazy if you recognize yourself to be crazy?
I don't buy that she's repented and just being a good friend now. As a person who really thought Se Ah was the craziest second lead female ever with the sperm thing, I agree with you. I actually liked what they did with her character because what makes me crazy about these types of second female leads is that they make them so crazy and desperate that I don't understand them.
Se Ah in beautiful, rich, successful, and smart. This is true for almost every second female lead like her. I have never understood how we are supposed to believe that women like them consistently fall a part forever when a man they love leaves them. She did her bit and took a ride on the crazy train. Who doesn't after a break up? She makes her last stance and then she releases him.
The two of them breaking up was not only good for Gi tae but robably good for her, too, in the long run. She has the potential not to be crazy, but she would have stayed that way if her tactics had worked. She is a smart woman all the advice she gives to Gi tae is spot on , so I am happy to not see another smart remember she is a doctor, too fall apart permanently. Now it is time for Gi tae's mom to get a divorce! I think part of the crazy is not unrealistic for her. She realized she needed to back off, but she's been there for years.
And when you hang onto something and wait for it for years, letting go takes a little bit of crazy, not unlike. She waited and waited and then watched it all fall apart in just a matter of weeks. Even the crazy sperm thing was part keeping a connection and hoping it turns into something more, and part keeping at least some parting gift of the person she loved. It's not like the leads who have just met someone and become inexplicably obsessed with making them theirs.
I think those kinds of leads are mostly chalked up to women with such huge superiority complexes that losing to anyone they think is inferior is just impossible to let slide. Wow, I ended up with so many cut off sentences. I meant "her not letting go so easily is not unlike the lead's parents. Each pair has been together so long that even though it's basically been over for years the death throes are still ugly.
I found it quite realistic. It's just a the whites of her eyes and it brought a very natural felt to those scenes. I give her props cause I can't fake that I've really enjoyed Jang-mi and Ki-tae these past two episodes.
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Up until this week I felt like the show hadn't given me enough reasons to root for this pairing except for the fact that I was "supposed to. Finally I can enthusiastically root for these guys! Nothing is sexier than knowing your partner wants it as much as you! My only real complaint about the recap is you bunching Se-ah and Yeo-reum together as the confusing "Bad-guys turned Good-guys. There was no reason to believe that except for dramaland's trustworthy ability to make important events happen coincidentally at the same time.
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Se-ah is just crazy times and she's honestly just a scary, scary crazy person -- I think she's not become nice, I think she just still being manipulative and opportunistic to get close to Ki-tae. Yeo-reum, on the other hand, has made a lot of mistakes but at the end of the day I've never doubted that he's always felt affection towards Jang-mi after getting to know her and the same regarding Ki-tae. He had a moment of selfishness in front Ki-tae's mom but I think that by now he's realized it's game over. The three of them became a little family while the two boys lived together so it makes sense he wants to take care of his family, even if it's not what he might want for himself.
Can you tell me guys how can I get over with this drama? It's ending next week and as much as I want to see a happy ending, I also don't want to let go my nemo couple yet. I'm practically obsessed that I stalk all blog sites where this is recapped, videos on yt, tweets abt it and forums.
Good thing there would be a tvN awards by the end of the year, I'm excited to have my feed of Jang Mi and Gi Tae again: Yeo-reum gave up somewhere after Jang Mi smacked down boundaries on his butt. After the hug, they had that falling out. And to reverse expectations, the writer let the characters do their own thing.
That included making Yeo Reum stand on his own two feet. That was her moment of change. In another words, the writer chose self-respect for the secondary leads over hanging on indefinitely, which is what real people do. You can see that was the theme of the last few episodes, because at the top, it played it for drama, but when you got there, the change in music and acting They were not the same cuts you found that the scene was not so dramatic, and it was more about self-respect than it was about drama and conflict.
The writer has been doing that a lot throughout the series, playing with the drama tropes and doing reversals. For example, JM says she doesn't want to be a Cinderella in this episode. KT is actually shown working and working hard No telescopes--and the writer has made a point of it that they met up after he works or on weekends--such as when JM had to make pancakes and he couldn't show up to rescue her as the drama trope called for.
Instead of the drama lovey-dovey scenes, you see JM sleeping on all of the dates. Even the last few previews have been playing with the expectation of the viewers to be to that stereotypical drama standard and then pulled a reversal by showing they had recut everything to be different. Last episode they pulled a "Let's set up Big misunderstanding" and it turned on its head and became a confession. So, this time the secondary leads get self-respect, but it's admittedly a subtle hand the writer pulled.
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I also thought the first time I watched this episode. The fact she wasn't uptight over it, echoed the words she said later about leaning on him. Also, it was a reversal of a type as well, because you expect lovey dovey scenes now that they are together, but instead, she's falling asleep, which adds a bit of undercutting and realism. The beginning scene seems to remind us that what seems to be the surface isn't the truth. So the secondary leads choosing self respect not only follows their character traits, Though sometimes the I gotcha in the series leaves me groaning a little.
It's one thing to reverse expectations, but then it's another to completely do something so unexpected that it makes the viewer wonder when and where the characters got personality transplants. I feel like that was what happened. I like the point you said about how Se-ah and Yeo-reum chose self-respect and -preservation. That makes a lot of sense and fits with their initial characterizations. The problem is that the transition between the two sides was lost.
One episode, Se-ah's a raging lunatic, the next she is back to being Ki-tae's best friend. One episode, Yeo-reum pulls a dick move, the next he and Jang-mi are co-owning a restaurant. It's fine if they are nice now, but for me, I would've just liked a scene where they realized they did wrong and apologized to the people they wronged. Something as simple as that would've made all this cordiality in this episode that more believable.
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But because that didn't happen, I'm left to wonder why. The point about this episode is a cool relationship. And thats what make this drama so appealing, because they skip all the cliches and cheesy lines. In YeoRum case,Jang Mi has asked him, how to keep it cool, like nothing happened between them, YeoRum answered, actually he is not cool, he just act like one.
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But, he admit that Gi Tae deserves Jang Mi better. As Se Ah, I think, her transition happened when Gi Tae force her to leave with him at the end of episode She realized that forcing the relationship will just make her become more pathetic. I still remember clearly what he did to JangMi. Exactly what I was trying to point out. The line where she said she would become pathetic. Good re-enforcing point on YR too. He was always a coward actually stated in the show , but it's clear that his model of women is not that stable. He chose someone like his mother who is far more assertive than Jang Mi ever was.
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He's kinda an M Japanese definition of one. It's just at the time you saw it, you thought it was because he was being a jerk and burning JM, but then over the course of the show, they pulled a few things that made it clear he's really a puppy in disguise. The first was the reversal. When JM became more assertive, he liked that and was attracted to her more. The second is Hyeon Hee acting all soft and then turning around and acting much like his mother. It's clear on some level what he didn't have with JM was what he wanted--an assertive woman who chased after what she wanted.
So this clearly showed the reason he ran away from JM was because he's a coward and he didn't want to tell her that he never really liked her that much because he hadn't discovered his type was a reflection of his mother, and he's a coward through and through.