Spy meets with Eun Bi, her dad, and the young female victim of Step-dad's attentions, but he hesitates to tell what he knows. I squealed with glee when I found out about the relationship! I think there are only a select few who truly liked the ending, me included. She may have also chose the wrong guy to love because Financial Minister Na proposed to her before. Cherry Blossom says that it would be hard to give up the bakery, too. I apologize for asking this so late, however I had a question about something gummimochi wrote in the ep.
He offers to either to turn a blind eye or let them take it up with Da-jung herself, and they leave. Right now it's my favorite among all the currently airing ones. They also brought her father to the wedding. I honestly don't think Nayoung was needed to be back, because I felt Dajung had worked her way up to be a mother to the children. I'm really enjoying this show.
I have no problem with not-dead mom being a part of their lives once more, but I was hoping in the context of Yul and Da-jung's new life. Scandal News probably never reported that scandal. I just wished they settled her storyline much faster, so that we didn't have to deal with too much angst. He explains that it's to express his gratitude for her finding his Min Woo. Both staffers notice how smiley the couple are with each other, and Hye-joo pulls Da-jung out for a chat. It was a bit sad that we haven't witnessed the reunion of Da Jung and the kids but I know they will have one. Yes, she is very selfish and wrong to have abandoned her family.
And as far as I know, not all Korean series have a very good ending, it was a happy ending but not what we expected so I wasn't that surprised for this one. Meanwhile at home, Yul waits up for Da-jung, constantly checking his phone and even sewing more dolls to pass the time. She stammers that she has, and he has her bring it to him for review. In other words, I am glad I gave Prime minister and I a chance, I loved Kwon family a lot. Plus, it's better if he and Panda don't live under the same roof, since they're not married.
Both are such sweethearts and also, I guess quick-witted YoonA will complements heodang SeungGi very well :D I hope they have a happy, long lasting relationship. I was disappointed that that the show didn't go there. Our optimistic heroine chooses to live in the present while those around her continue to cling onto the past. Hmm, I wonder who's in it now. I know it's a little thing, but it's something that always drives me crazy in entertainment media.
However good the writing or even acting may be. Step-dad has been very sneaky, so it's hard to find any substantial evidence against him, and the rest of his illegal activities have lapsed the statutes of limitations. Now it is getting even more ridiculous how great she is. I entered the Hallyu world almost by accident in 2011, and I haven't looked back. While Kang is famous, we do not see him in person and he is not immediately related to the actress playing Madame Na. Seung Ji takes it to mean that he needs to get back to work, but Won Il says that the last thing his father sang to him was the insect song, and the last thing he gave him was this poster. He answers that he has some serious thinking to do, and he does his thinking better if he's hugging Grandpa.
Thank you for putting such a strong argument for those of us who are in the anti-Na-Young camp. Get lost, vanished while claire foy originated the new twist on. Not only puppy SeungGi finally gets his dream girl. I'm loving the chemistry between the leads. And that he can make good memories for himself with the people who love him and make him happy. Step-dad whacks Seung Ji over the head with the bat, and he flashes back to when he was hit by Step-dad as a child, leaving the scar on his forehead. Seung Ji answers that he doesn't have a father, just a grandpa who has suffered the last 20 years because of him.
Step-dad meets his other mistress with a dozen roses, and they head for where he has left his car. I was hoping to see how the dynamics of this blended family would play out. He insists they have a meeting tomorrow, even after she reminds him that he doesn't do meetings. Step-dad changes tack and tries to ingratiate himself with Seung Ji, asking if he knows how long he searched for him. The contract marriage setup is always in a pressure cooker, and only matter of time until the sham comes out into the open. The elapsed time, which many dramas do, is the worse here. He gets a call and drops the cake.
Night falls by the time Yul gets annoyed enough to step outside where he finds his youngest waiting outside for Da-jung. The writers did not set good example because 50kg is a healthy weight. Yul holds onto her as he teaches, and is impressed by her willingness to learn. Then I also felt a small bitterness of how Na-young presumably got her happy ending, and Yul had to do even more waiting. I was highly emotional at that time.
Everything was hasty, and a blur. Too much emphasis on the dead wife. They've all been there for each other through very difficult times, and that counts for more than the feelings of rivalry between the guys or rejection between Won Il and Panda. Yul asks who the protagonist is, and she says both characters are. He says to himself that he thought that was their beginning, but it turns out they started things 20 years ago. Because what other purpose would you have for an extra hour besides fanservice for the viewers, right? Da-jung has the younger kids line up to see their father off to work the next morning.