It’s been ages since I loved and anticipated a crime drama this much! Seriously, who doesn’t want to see the baddies get outsmarted and outworked by one of their own? And if the baddie is as hot as Park Sa, there’s no way you’ll not enjoy watching him! The way he carries himself-that clean and spotless look in the suit, that aloof and thoughtful air and the soft way of speaking makes him seem more dangerous than if he were shouting or dressed to the T’s as a gangster. The best part-even the baddies have to call 911-or 119, as it is in Korea to try and get rid of him!
Werewolf boy, or as the Korean title goes 늑대소년 is a truly wonderful and heartwarming story of love, coming of age and in some aspects, fantasy. I downloaded the movie just for one reason-Song Joong Ki, and expected to have a good time watching but was so pleasantly surprised when I ended up glued and hooked to the screen for two hours straight! And needless to say, I watched it again right after finishing it. It’s now a part of my collection, going to be stored in my hard drive for a long time now.
Wondering where I’ve been, huh? Thanks to exams, a psychological, an interview and becoming an aunt, I am totally swamped which is why I have gone on a hiatus and will hopefully be back in the future-not the near future though-the issues persist till early March! Anyway, I’m here to post the latest part of Story I, and due to the long delay, I am posting the whole chapter here, in one piece rather than three parts! Here, you get the answer to some of your most basic questions about the story and it raises as many more, which are hopefully going to keep you intrigued and interested! I hope you’ll enjoy it and keep your fingers crossed for more!
So, read on for Chapter Four! Please remember that it is completely unedited and any and every criticism is welcome! So keep the feedback coming! Thank you!
So Eun Oh finally gets true to his feelings but Arang, facing the reality of their separation more keenly than ever is unwilling to respond even though her own heart mirrors his. But it’s fun watching Eun Oh turn over a few leaves in other matters as well due to his relationship to Arang. Finally the master begins to see the world with eyes that do not simply watch and ignore. As a character, we see leaps in Eun Oh and ones that totally make you love him even more.
Sorry for the late post guys but I actually saw the episodes today-Yup, a whole week later on the day that the new episode is airing! Things have been crazy on my end, but in a good sense because I became an aunt last weekend and hence was unable to get to anything at all! Even now, I’m swamped with studying and babysitting so I cannot promise the next recaps will be out on time or even out. I’ve not made a final decision yet-I love Arang and have loved recapping it so I want to continue but let’s see which way the tide blows!
Sorry for the late recap folks but things just got lazy for me cause I didn’t get time to do this over the weekend and after that, it just somehow dragged on! Anyway, here’s episode 7’s recap. Hopefully, Episode 9’ll be up soon too (Think: hopefully tomorrow!). Episode 8 might not be up soon though or for some time yet but I’ll update once something is worked out! Till then, enjoy the recap!
For all previous parts, go here
Continued from Chapter III [Part II]…
By the time Annie got back to the grounds ten minutes later, Su Ae and Uther were busily chatting away. The scene made her smile. It was the first time she’d seen Su Ae take the initiative and befriend someone or even talk to someone in that wholly frank manner. With the three of them as friends, days would be much more fun, she thought.
Her thought was pretty much the truth-as soon as she had sat beside the two, they’d turned to her and a whole new discussion about after school hobbies started up. While Annie didn’t have much to add to it except for her reading, she enjoyed hearing the other two. And the way the other two chatted away easily assured Annie her thoughts were on the right track.
And here it is. Time to say Goodbye to Gaksital! I don’t wanna! I can’t believe we’ve crossed 28 episodes so fast. The ratings once again passed it’s precedent to end at 22.9 and as always, the episode was packed with all the right elements. It’s like an end that symbolizes another beginning and in the life of Lee Kang To and Gaksital, it was truly befitting! I love the shot above-it depicts the essence of Kang To’s life so well!