Who can resist such a sweet and innocent smile? Not Eun Oh! Or me for that matter, hehe! Theres just something so endearing about the girl whos always taking matters into her own hands, even if it means confronting reapers who smell dangerous from miles away or just another person from her past. Arang’s never one to back down and she’s always got logic and guts, even if she’s being naive and trusting! Arang, I love thee! ^^
(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!)
Episode 8 Recap:
So Seung Yeon doesn’t turn up for the competition between the two M2 Junior teams and President Hyun Suk refuses to listen to her team’s performance. However, as he’s walking away, the leader speaks up to Hyun Suk to give them a chance.
“Since we’re a team, we’re taking responsibility. Because of one person’s problem, we cannot give up on the team. We three will perform without Seung Yeon. Give us a chance to protect our team.”
His outburst brings applause from his competitors and Hyun Suk allows it. They perform while Seung Yeon is at home, begging her father to listen to her. Mid performance, Woo Hyun walks out even though he likes the performance but is wondering where Seung Yeon is and is about to call her up when In Young catches up with him and asks to speak to him. She wants a favor as a friend. She’ll give up the album but wants something in return. He tells her he’s wondering whether she’s just shameless or wrong in the head. Haha! His manager comes up and tells him Team Leader Han wants to see him. He leaves In Young stewing and she mutters again, “Let’s wait and see. You’ll come back to me.”
(My Korean isn’t perfect so I might have made a few mistakes. Please overlook and forgive, if any ! Again, I’m attaching screen caps at the end! Otherwise, I hope you enjoy the recap!)
The story moves forward into another era now, the adults! It’s surprising to see the different sides of some characters-actually, just one character- Chairman Jin. The way he treats his daughter, who I’m suspecting isn’t his real child either was quite surprising and his wish for feeling like family felt heartfelt as well. However, we still see the evil in him more often than not and which is about to be amplified now that Tae Joo is coming back to Korea. Then there’s Sumi. The girl is still hung up on Jang Il and it’s hard to see where she’s being honest and where she’s being manipulative. Ji Won is still in the shade. There’s not much further work on her character and she almost got like less than 5 minutes in this episode. (Don’t tell me it’s really less than 5 minutes! I can’t recall her being anywhere except the drunk and then the library scene!)
Song title: Maybe I love you
Song title: What should I do?
Nowadays, Korean cable channel is turning out some really nice dramas and one of them has recently caught my interest! Even though I didn’t really pay much attention to it when I first saw the promos and posters, but after 1 episode, I was hooked! Having romance at its sweetest and most innocent; and one of the best second leads ever happens to help a lot!