What made the case even better was the way it utilized each member of the team and spurred them to their own little growths. Min-young has always been heart over brain, hope over cynicism, and sometimes you can see how that needs a little grounding. In this case, though, her brand of acceptance and encouragement were just the push Su-ah needed.
Truth be told, none of the actual events that the team planned were all that remarkable—a haircut, a makeover, a mock date—and so, the success was in the little bits of advice that came from the heart. Byung-hoon provided some of that on the sly, while Moo-jin had his little epiphany as well. Your email address will not be published.
WOW i was totally expected to see more of him: I love how everyone was raving over Gong Yoo's back in the previews, and then it turns out his back is all we get! Somehow from just reading your recaps, I had the impression that this show had more depth than it really had when I actively watched it.
However, I was able to appreciate the breezy directing and the absolutely spot on music. I have to say again that the music in this show for this episode, since I haven't seen any others is fantastic. It is a little bit Indie, but so atmospheric and quaint - I absolutely love it! There's some soft singing by a girl. I also loved the song with moo jin when he was on the bike. You should also watch this show from the beginning, alot of times watching adds more depth than just reading recaps.
Is this it, for Gong Yoo's cameo? Will we see more of him in the next ep, when she returns his watch--the next time they meet? I think their story had a pretty conclusive resolution in this episode - by that I mean we are only offered a tiny window into Su-ah's life and we already watched her growth and her new beginning. The focus was not on their relationship as such, but on Su-ah's journey;. TQ for the answer, cos I haven't been watching this show.
Just thought that if there'd be more of Gong Yoo, I'll catch the next ep. Great episode, love the characters and each of their chemistry.
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I think that what I loved the most on this part is the developpement between Byung Hoon and Min Young. I have said it since the start of the drama but gosh', can chemistry be more amazing? I'm shipping them so hard and so, these little moments when they were together are pure GOLD. I giggled when they locked eyes and that their heartbeats increased.
Seriously, I really loved Sooyoung's acting in this scene. She made me cry whereas this kind of scene where female character weeping over the possible death of her lover makes me roll on eyes usually and that's because I know he isn't going to die so I find the scene rather unnecessary but in this one, aside from the fact that she slapped him so hard which is funny and SO Min Young , I cried by the way she looked so desperate and fragile.
Moo Jin can be so sweet with these words. I loved the "Until now, I only needed one".
I got it all wrong with Ah Rang. I thought he was giving hints abou the case's result but no. Can I just say that the Master looked creepy yet cool? Chun Hee is doing a great job at portraying him and at first I feared that his variety person will fail him but he really does look cold, manipulator and creepy but when he puts the kind smile, you actually believe it. What I liked was the way he held the knife.
It can seem random to talk about it but it tell us that he is, indeed, an expert with knives and he already USED it. As for Min Young witnessing it, I think she is going to get more suspicions when time comes. She enjoys his presence.
The almost kiss was sweet, but in general the CPR-into-kiss trope drives me crazy. If you are giving mouth-to-mouth resuscitation so gently that someone could mistake it for a kiss, then you are doing it wrong. I think in all korean dramas, we consider it a kiss because their lips are touching? Like some kind of peck? There was loud breathing noise so I guess she was really into the CPR but when she woke up, she realized that was an indirect kiss?
I mean on one hand I love asian dramas - particularly korean dramas because they are chaste and show the developement of love as driven my emotions more than the physical; as opposed to Western media, where they kiss on the first date and then its off to bed on the next date. However - I do think that 'kissing' which is just two people touching lips - is just so frustrating for lack of a better word because it is so stilted and rigid! Sigh, not sure that I'm digging the OTP ship, there's a whole year-gap after all. I get where this is going narratively and understand why it has to be that way, but emotionally I'm just not buying it.
This is so weird but I'm really digging Arang and Moo-jin as the show progresses.
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They're so cute to look at! HEH I love how awkward Moo-jin has his moment of epiphany as well.
I spent the second half of this episode spazzing over the hotness and awesomeness of Gong Yoo HEHEHEH and I was sad that it was so short but narrative-wise I thought that this episode was pretty short and sweet. OH and I really wished that they hadn't censored the knifes lol it was so blatantly obvious it cracked me up lol.
That really took the wind out of my sails. It's just so, anticlimactic imo. In the beginning I thought there was something on my eyes that made the knife looked blurry.. You are not alone in this. Anyway, I'm just plain thankful that my eyesight is still perfectly intact lol.
Lmao -- it is true, Cruel city out of all shows blurs out their knives.. Guns aren't blurred out.. Esp for a show like cruel city where tons of weapons are used, it loses a bit of gravitas whenever they blur out the knives. I watched the whoops-I-fell-on-you couch scene, and I could not read the emotions on their faces.
It didn't look like desire to me. True enough he didn't move off her like he touched hot lava, but he is a grown up who hardly needs to be all "Eek it's a girl". Got giddy in this episode! I squealed at the tension between the leads never minded their age difference from the start. Plus points for Moo-jin for coming ut of his robot shell. LOL'd at Byung-hoon who couldn't help himself get into Min-young's project and was helping her surreptitiously. Plus I want a spin-off of Jung Yumi best cameo acting ever and Gong Yoo's fangirled when he made that turn around, but then wth'd at that short cameo romance.
Oh, well it was short and sweet and I'm pretty satisfied overall so I'll just imagine a happy ever after for their characters. Forgot to mention that I love Soo-young's shorts and skirts in this drama made me remember my obsession over Song Hye-kyo's earrings in FH, the nail polish and eyeliner of that traitorous bestfriend in 49 Days, the dresses of the vet in City Hunter, and the bangs of that rich girl in Mixed-up Investigative Agency. It looks good on her however those will look look like it's swallowing me up because of my petite-ness.
I love loose blouses too. Loose on top, fitted on the bottom. And make sure the looseness fits your proportions as in, don't wear a sack lol. I'm not petite, but one of my favorite blogs is extrapetite.
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Agree never minded their age difference from the start so it's not like i was blatantly looking for a reason NOT to feel the chemistry but i thought it was more of a slow build up which may lead to mutual attraction. I think there's always different kinds of chemistry. Chemistry that is passionate and obvious from the start, friendship chemistry, and the kind of chemistry that you build through interactions. Byung hoon and min young would fit that last category.
I'm loving the MooJin-cute girl relationship. Anyone knows the title of the song playing when ther were riding his motorcycle? I love that song.
I looked and found it was by Ra. Called like "Flutter" or some versions of that title. This episode was so heartwarming and poignant. I think what makes this drama stand out is the way the characters are written. We've got characters who are so dysfunctional in their own little way. Through time, they're able to grow, and we as the audience are visualised with the complexities of each character.
It's perfectly encapsulated because this drama is essentially about the agency, not the client. The Cyrano agency is the main characters, and the emphasis on their character building through each segment, justifies that position. Now make me a drama with Gong Yoo and Jung Yumi because they really are cute and have chemistry.
I think it was nice to have a episode like this, instead of focusing on matchmaking they focused on giving Su-Ah confidence and the realization that she needs to love herself as well.