Knowing Da-jung would like to be with her father, especially with his diagnosis, and actually asking him to move in is a good gesture. Other than, lovely episode! She would have returned to her family if Su-ho had died, but the guilt of knowing she was responsible for his unresponsive state.
Yul is heading to work and hears the bodyguards talking about a woman who was by earlier. Each of these kdramas leave you anticipating the next episode. The death of the beloved father shadowed by the secret of the contract marriage. Is adoption a well loved plot devise in K-dramas as a non-blood relation also not very common?
Your recap hit on all the right notes in this episode. The father-daughter moments were heartbreaking but very precious, I almost cried when Da Jeong read message from him. Yul asks who the protagonist is, conscious the and she says both characters are. As long as he can see they are happy then that is all he wants.
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In Ho says she is a warm good person. Da Jung tells him to just stand there and she will walk towards him. The two of them banter back and forth and In Ho looks on awkwardly. In his efforts to stop her, the car had swerved out of control and rolled down the hill, and we know the rest of the story from there. Hey, against someone has to be the villain.
Mansae was still a baby back then. Yul asks to speak privately with Hye Joo and asks if all is well working at the Blue House? Jang Hyuk sits down to answer questions sent by our community. She takes out a recent picture of Man Se at the kindergarten and cries. Even reading the re-cap made my heart flutters and I keep squealing over and over and over again!
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Da Jung says he has to trust someone to give them a chance to be trustworthy. Go through the required procedures if you are legally bound with that person. We can't have that template ending, right?
Yul explains that his first wife was his first love. As a Westerner, I don't get it, but this is pretty Serious stuff apparently to these local fans. All the fun not to mention the funny left the building. She surprises him with what she knows about big bro, and accuses him for exacting revenge on Yul.
It was great that Da Jung realized how great Kwon Yul is and went after him. Joon Ki arrives and notices that Hye Joo is at work early. The psychiatrist guy could have suggested her to get divorced if she was not thinking right, running away was the worst decision they took and paid for it, now they have to live with it. He plans to take everything away from Yul, starting with Hye-joo. You took my sentiments right down to the core.
The not-dead wife just has the worst timing ever. He hopes In Ho can find happiness now. Yoona is really sweet here.
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Yul opens the locked piano room and walks inside to touch the piano. He tries to convince himself that he was mistaken in who he saw. This could have been a masterpiece. Not only were words omitted but the English idioms and metaphors were mixed and the grammar was poor - but that applies to the title too. He asks her whose mother she is and surprised that she already knows his name.
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He makes Da Jung hand the camera to In Ho and then she walks over to join them. He just wants to thank her for all she did for him and apologize for not seeing how hard it was for her. She smiles to see him standing there and is amused at his grumpiness for making him wait outside in the cold. She then learned that Soo Ho had become a vegetable and was in a hospice. He takes her hand and vows never to let it go.
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They weren't dating at that time- not until about four months later. Thank you for the recap Ms. Amazing recap as usual Ms Koala.
Da Jung asks if that is the reason he brought her here? Too bad she and Joon Ki passed each other by because were he single I would hope that he could be redeemed enough to deserve her. Then again, chemistry is subjective so it is different for everyone. Does he think she will come back? The korean culture is just different.
- Yul continues his confession and asks if Da Jung is okay with a guy like him then can he like her back?
- She'd wise to marry one soon and she even has a chance to be the First Lady as Yul needs her to win an election.
- She asks In Ho to take good care of Soo Ho for her.
She regained memory after she heard a baby crying not Man Se and that reminded her of her own Man Se. You need not preach it to the audience, but her reasoning was a bit odd in places. Da Jung is so happy to see Hye Joo and grabs her arm and drags her off to have noodles. Then Joon-ki is actually somewhat kind to his wife for a change, telling her patiently that his liaison to Hye-joo is purely business.
She is a sad person, but she has no excuse or right to appear in front of Man Se or keep stalking the family now. His character is an Insurance salesman and gourmet. He sees Soo Ho laying on the hospital bed and his face looks familiar. So in the end, when they brought out the dead mommy card, I knew we would never get the ending we wanted. But despite all that, I'm still satisfied how it all ended.
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Today all those places Yul took Da Jung were places he has a memory with his first wife. So there are still people who do appreciate it. Da Jung cries in Yul arms. The books were shipped back in and currently stored at the National Museum of Korea, but on renewable loan. Would have loved to have see those scenes though.
- Man Se is annoyed they tell him not to fight with his friends and here they are fighting with each other.
- She may also feel it would be better for her family to live without her clearly she has some issues so she fakes dead.
- Yul, on the other hand has been such a dork and, at times, undeserving of her love.
- My heart goes to Junki in this episode actually.
It seems that staying as the Prime Minister and taking on the powerful Chaebols might be too difficult a task to handle. Kwon Yul - I trust you, Prime Minister. Or better still the Prime minister and his dead wife. Yul bids goodbye to the ministers and his staffers the following morning as he leaves the estate for the last time.
Is it to get revenge on Yul? The shining thing I took from this drama? Oh I liked her in Love Rain too. The ending is just a beginning. Yul and Da Jung are openly affectionate towards each other and their mutual understanding and respect continues to drive everything they do for each other.
Yul asks jokingly if Joon-ki would be able to if he thought about everything he did. He takes out a wedding ring and sits down at a pew to wait for Da Jung. This is to satisfy cultural conventions and society's sensibilities.