Mini Recap Episode 19 Color of Woman
Junsu hears Jinju talking to his father about how much she likes him and telling his father to hurry up and wake up so he can give strength to Junsu. He approaches Jinju and tells her they should get engaged. Although it isn’t easy for him to give up on his love, he needs time and can do it, telling Jinju he’ll try to bring the day when he only looks at her.
Junsu tells Sora. She asks if it’s because of work and he tells her it’s for real and that he thinks the person who is most suited to him is Jinju. When he asks what Sora wanted to say, she tells him it was something from work and congratulates Junsu. Reminiscing of memories ensues!
Director Song tells Chanjin apart from the Chairman’s collapse, everything else is exactly as she wanted. Her final goal-to be at the top of Laura with Chanjin and make it the best (Duh?!) and tells him to prepare a document.
Chanjin goes to see the Chairman and remembers all the good times and trust he’s given to the Chairman. Just as he’s about to take the Chairman’s hand, he remembers Director Song’s words about his mother and retreats. Outside, Jinju sees him and tells him about the new engagement plans.
Junsu and Chanjin meet up and exchange blows over Sora and each other. Junsu then tells Chanjin he’s always been happy because of him and trusted him. If it weren’t for Chanjin’s request to come back, he would never have come back from the States.
Chanjin: “Even if Sora were here?”
Junsu: “Even if Sora were here, if it weren’t for you, I’d never have come back.”
Chanjin asks if he’s the reason for the engagement but Junsu tells him it’s his own decision, because he wants to be happy now.
Sora doesn’t blame Jinju and calls up another friend and Jinju hears of her plan to go abroad. Sora throws the teddy bear she and Junsu won at their first date. Junsu sees it on his way home and picks it up.
Next morning, someone’s ringing their bell a lot. Finally they get up and let Chanjin in. He tells Sora to hurry and get dressed and follow him out. When she’s gone to change, Jinju and Chanjin exchange triumphant glances and a thumb up. Sora and Chanjin go for a morning walk and run. Finally, she wins and he asks her to make a wish. She tells him she’s got none.
Chanjin: “On your birthday when you didn’t make a wish, do you know what I wished for you? Byun Sora! Always keep smiling, got it?”
Sora : “Kang Chanjin!”
Chanjin: “I don’t know how to make you smile but when you’re smiling, when you’re crying, whenever, I want to be by your side. As a friend, as a man, in whatever way you want me there. So don’t go to America.”
Jinju told him and he asks her to reconsider. If she still wants to go, they should go together.
Director Song tells her secretary to prepare the “last party!”
Junsu asks Sora not to go; if she wants to go, she should go with Chanjin. She tells him not to misunderstand-Chanjin is just her friend. Junsu tells her Chanjin isn’t that way and he needs her. She hardens and tells Junsu his words are even more hurtful than when he told her he was getting engaged. Was she of so little importance to him that he’s okay with sending her to another man? Her matters, whether its studying or being with someone, she’ll take care of them herself.
Chanjin is preparing the document. Director Song visits the Chairman. Junsu walks in on her there and tells her that thanks to her, he’s realized how important his father, the company and Chanjin are to him. Director Song tells him it’s regrettable but his realization has come a little too late. He’ll know soon enough what she’s talking about.
Chanjin finds out the Chairman had a heart surgery ten years ago because of an accident. He and a co worker had been heading somewhere because of work when they got into an accident and though he survived, he had to go into surgery and the woman instantly died. (So it was an accident!)
At work, there’s a revelation when another company releases something extremely close to their Special Line Concept (Director Song never gets bored, does she?). The Chairman wakes up. Junsu calls Chanjin but Chanjin’s in his office and ignores his calls. Junsu tells his father Chanjin must be extremely busy with work. He introduces Jinju as his fiancée.
At work, Sora tells Chanjin something is off. Concepts can be similar between companies but they shouldn’t be identical. Someone stole her work. With this going on, she can’t just leave anymore.
Jinju brings Junsu a document. It’s been forwarded to all the Board Members. Chanjin didn’t turn up for work. Junsu takes the document to his father and the Chairman tells him to let Chanjin do as he wants; Chanjin must have some kind of thought. Jinju tries on her engagement dress and takes Junsu’s to drop off at his place. There, she spies the teddy in his closet with one of the couple rings around its neck. Jinju tells Sora what Chanjin has done and that he must have done it to get revenge on the Chairman and Junsu. Sora remembers the day Chanjin had kissed her in front of Junsu. Jinju asks Sora to stop Chanjin; she’s the only one who can.
Chanjin is working at home. Turning to his plant “Sora”, he tells it “I miss you, Sora” just as his phone rings. It’s her! Cue, sweet smile! Awww… Jinju meets up with Junsu and breaks the engagement.
Chanjin meets up with Sora.
Sora: “Do you like me?”
Chanjin: “How many times do I have to tell you I do?”
Sora: “You said you want to be by my side, whenever I’m smiling or crying. Did you mean that?”
Chanjin: “Should I say it again?”
Sora: “Why did you suddenly like me as a woman?”
Sora: “By chance, was it to use me? Was it to get revenge on Junsu and the Chairman?”
Chanjin: “To you, am I nothing but that kind of person?”
Sora: “I thought it might not be that way, I thought you wouldn’t do something like that. But if you have any other reason, give up on the company. (She uses another word though) Don’t make it hard for Junsu sunbae.”
Chanjin: “To you, Junsu is still number one? What if I can’t give it up?”
Sora: “I’ll never see you again. You and me, we’ll be over!”
[End of Episode]
I hate Junsu! Watching him in this episode was like watching a mechanical guy! He seemed to be all like a martyr going off for slaughter, giving the vibe of being ever good, ever noble! It was so irritating! And the goodwill towards Chanjin? Isn’t that too little too late? At least that’s where I agree with Director Song!
As for Sora, I’ll repeat what Chanjin says; Is that the only way she can see him? She’s known him ten years and because of what she hears once, she is willing to completely misunderstand him and his feelings towards her without giving him the chance to properly explain things or even asking him why and what? Shouldn’t she be asking him how he feels now that he knows about his mother? Shouldn’t she, as a friend ask him what’s wrong, listen to him, be there for him? Isn’t that what he’s always done for her? I’m off the ship Sora! You don’t deserve him AT ALL!
Chanjin isn’t that evil that he’d go for everything like that, especially knowing it was just an accident. I have to agree with what the Chairman said, he must have a plan! And I’m sure its to take Director Song along as if he were working with her, and then at the right moment, send her to her downfall! Me thinkings the final party will be interesting!
@ Tessieroo, give Chanjin a shoulder, would ya? N if you happen to run into Sora and Junsu, bury her deep and bury him even deeper! 😛 😀
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