I dunno why, but with this episode, I really got into the firefighter-nurse story and loved how it mirrored and spotlighted certain aspects of Byung-hoon's and Min Young's lives and relationships. It seems to me BH is talking about personal experience when talking about the person being left behind. I wonder if he's talking about himself and Do-Il as it doesn't really seem quite the same with the guilt complex on top of it, but I can't see how it could be any other relationship as it would be an abrupt reveal so late in the series.
And of course, the willingness, to go boldly forth and declare your love because time apart hurts more than the pain of the inevitable separation, relates to both BH and MY. I do wonder if they'll play it more along the lines of Cyrano de Bergerac BH accepting Master's job and feeding the lines that he truly feels about MY or if they go in another direction.
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Thinking about it a little bit, though. I don't think a Cyrano de Bergerac-type ending works in this context. MY already knows she feels something for BH while in the original story Roxane just views Cyrano as a friend. So, I hope they go in a direction that fits the story more and doesn't match Cyrano de Bergerac as much That's when Moo Jin and Ah Rang will set up an operation of their own to get them together.
Anyone know the title of the piano track that plays at the very beginning of each episode.. Its this slow swing piano piece and I absolutely love it! I really like the way the show is balancing itself. I hope the last few episodes rock my socks. Because I could enjoy this show for a long time if it continues to balance between character development and procedurals with fun bright pacing I agree that this case was the boring compared to the others but I did like this episode the most of the ones in this case. I LOVE this show I think the main romance would have some more weight for me if the woman had some talent going for her and if they hadn't gutted her character so thoroughly, feeling her entrails to the other male characters.
Leave her with at least one talent. Throw me something or other She's good at reading emotions of people rather than being calculating--I'll take anything. The nurse-firefighter I didn't mind so much. Even the cancer bit I didn't mind since this relationship was more symbolism. But I think the grandmother in this is awesome.
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From her no-nonsense attitude, to her philosophy towards life, to how she's protective of Moo-Jin, to how she gives him the occasional smack down. I actually like the heroine.
She's one of those characters that I think I'd like to have around me. Easy to talk with, a good listener, one of those that always have their hands stretched out to you when you fall down.
She is likeable and has a well written character But she doesn't actually contribute anything in terms of talent to the agency. There is ditzy and messing everything up. And then there is someone with some sort of talent to contribute. The original character actually had talents, since for the stage production she was the costume designer. She had nunchi and a lot of it to spare. She also was really good at hinting at the main character that she was into him.
And the sideways hinting was cut. They also cut the writer from the movie, giving most of that to Seo Il Rok, but some of the things that he contributed in the movie could have been given to her as well. Such as the ability to think and brainstorm scenarios with Seo Il Rok together. Or even doing electronics which is also given to Moo-Jin or Arang. Instead, she was left a bit vapid, messing everything up and hasn't gained ground since. The characters, in sum, have pointed out her only talent is being a woman. That doesn't fly in my world.
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Believing on romance and love isn't a "talent" it's a belief system. Also giving the noonchi to Seo Il Rok cancels out her ability to listen since he swoops in with the answer faster than her. This leaves me with the conclusion the only reason he likes her is because he can one up her, and that's not a good relationship. He was the one that called to arms.
She needs more agency in the agency. And that definitely is the fault of the writing. Being a woman is not a talent. Sorry, show, it isn't. Give her something more than "OMG, she has boobs. Have her work as an equal. Have her be able to come up with an idea that works without hand holding.
Have her argue that his scenario doesn't work because he doesn't believe in love, leveraging her belief in love over him AND have her be right. I'm a bit annoyed with Min Young butting into BH's business with ex-woman. Good intentions don't cut it here, because he specifically asked her not to. A perfect ly annoying example of kdrama crossing boundaries theme.
I do like that Min young confessed to BH, who seems to think he can read everyone else so well, but does a lousy job reading himself. I'm shipping them although I find I'm not as invested in them as a couple as I have been with other leads. But I do think they work together, and BH is growing on me. Min joo - all the way. They don't have to keep making him talk more either; I like the silent, true types.
I'm back to thinking that Master is the brother of the one who died. Except, why didn't BH know that? I'm really confused as to why BH knows nothing of plausible brother especially since he grew up with DI. But based on how Seung-pyo was acting, it seems like if he and DI were bros, they did not spend much time together. Secondly, if SP was DI's brother, why would he, SP, who has a lot of money, let his brother fall into large amounts of debt? I understand that brothers don't have to just give money and whatnot, but I wouldn't think that he would have made his own brother's life miserable financially, even if he is a loan shark.
There's gotta be a big reveal on this point. The writers have made it a big deal, so it's pivotal, I'm guessing, in making this part of the story gel. Yeah, i would have hoped by ep. So, i appreciate min young cutting through the bullshit and just admitting her feelings instead of having other people force it out of her. I'm so scared about this happening based on the previews, especially on BH's end. Nah, I'm not too worried. I'm sure like all its other episodes, the writer has refreshing twists and turns that would leave us surprised.
Besides, knowing MY i'm pretty sure she won't let BH to mooch around and keep all his feelings inside. I thought the part where Grandma says: It resonated with me and made me cry out of no where. The idea that we should live as if we all were on borrowed time is something I try to do.
Don't waste a moment. Live in the now. By the way, that Grandma is a bitch on wheels mother-in-law in Goddess of Marriage. I may actually not hate the other character as much now simply because I know she can be sweet. I had no idea she was the bitchy mother in law for Goddess Of Marriage! Now that you've mentioned that i am flabbergasted at how she can portray such different characters with such different aura. Love her here, hate her in GoM. Heh, funny how I just finished the episode and then you post this!
Fate is calling us, Dramabeans! But anyway, now that we've gotten a bit of our Cyrano in our Agency, I was wondering if there's something in the drama that has a similar symbolic tone to Cyrano's huge nose from the play? Just curious about the full length of parallels or similar themes between the two.
I really was loving this drama for its cute romantic stories and great character interactions, so I'm sorry to say that dragging on the firefighter and terminally ill nurse story for three episodes has killed the charm for me. I wish it weren't so, and I understand how they were trying to parallel Byung-hoon's back story, but still.
The thrill is gone. Here's hoping next week brings some excitement and sizzle back to the show. I love this drama. I don't know but everything just feels right.