(My Korean isn’t perfect so I might have made a few mistakes. Please overlook and forgive, if any ! Otherwise, I hope you enjoy the recap!)
It’s hard to put a liking on these characters since they’re all changing shades every other scene and that in some instances is not a good thing! We’ve got Young Gul, who treats Ga Young with care until her old boss turns up for a business venture which he accepts, despite her insistence against it and who frees his hand from hers the moment they are both face to face with Anna. One minute, he’s showering her with care, the next he’s telling her to mind her own business. Jae Hyuk is also trying to sail in two boats at the same time. He doesn’t want to let go of the woman he seemingly loved in the beginning and brought back from America with a promise of protection and care although it seems to be more a not-letting-you-go-because-of-Young-Gul and he also doesn’t want to let the other woman in his life, Ga Young go. From some of the treatments he’s meted out to her, it seems he thinks of her as the shiny new toy he can’t quite fathom while on other occasions, he’s so gently and caring, baring his soul, one is tormented by it. Anna, the woman is still an enigma and definitely not a pleasant one! Ga Young, the poor girl is being dragged here and there and crushed under every other person she comes in contact with. Will they ever stop playing soccer with her at her expense and what is clearly not ‘for her sake?’ Aaaaaaggggghhhh!! How to make sense of it all?!
Yeah, it’s a rough watch!
Maybe not one of the worst finale’s ever, but it’s definitely made the list!
Okay, I only saw the relevant scenes (Read: Chanjin’s scenes) and fast forwarded through the rest. Here goes:
Jinju breaks up with Junsu and Junsu asks her to give him another chance, he’ll try his best. She tells him he can’t change how he feels. She comes home and tells Sora she dumped Junsu. Alone, she reminisces over the past.
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.
It seems yesterday the final shoot for Color of Woman happened! In Korean Dramas, most dramas follow the live shoot system which means they are shooting live side by side and it’s usually with a gap of two-four episodes, I think! That means when the drama starts airing, two-four episodes are complete and the rest is being filmed.
Jiho, So Yi and Jae hee uploaded their twitter statuses to this effect!
Okay, I don’t even know where to start! Truthfully, I do not like where things are going! Even if the writers are trying to mess with our heads, can’t they do something more authentic?
So, this week we had Chanjin declaring his feelings out loud, Jinju showing a vulnerable and good side which is further off set by the fact that Sora still considers her a friend and defends her, Sora and Junsu moping (as they’ve been doing for quite some time now on and off! It feels like eternity already :P)
(My Korean isn’t perfect so I might have made a few mistakes. Please overlook and forgive, if any Again, I won’t be able to put up screen-caps! Otherwise, I hope you enjoy the recap!)
The episode starts with a young college age Junsu coming out of a restaurant in a huff. Sora runs up to him as he exits and is sorry for coming two hours late. While Junsu wants to run off for two hours to get even with her, she drags him back inside.
This episode starts where the last one left off, with Chanjin chasing Sora in the stairwell and finally pulling her in for a hug just when she’s about to tear up, causing her to be surprised for a moment. But they’re really the bestest of friends because when Sora remembers what she heard in Junsu’s office, she simply closes her eyes and tries to control her tears, letting Chanjin comfort her as he softly pats her on the back like any good friend.