Is this a case of one way chemistry? I often find his principled nature sweet whenever he wants and chooses to take care of Da-jung and swoon-worthy when he sticks to his promise to be a good husband. If he says 55 kg or up then her reaction would be okay. Their actors are the shoulders on which the money will be made, domestically and abroad. The way I see it, that's the right and decent and healthy thing to do. And I swear, the number one cause of death in Asia must be traffic accidents. It doesn't help that they keep inserting those sound effects that make me cringe.Next
Da Jeong has not, which is why it is good that she is now realizing the reasons why she is doing all of this. It's like a white knight syndrome effect. But 'animated inclusions' seem to be more of a twdrama than a jdrama thing, like Smiling Pasta. Yul leaves the piano room and finds Da Jung sprawled asleep on the kitchen table. It really alarms me when she reacted about the 50kg weight.Next
It's not, unless we're talking shallow viewers who can't see beyond some pretty oppa. There is this one actress and most people recognize her for her skills, I have watched a few of her works but she did not have chemistry with any of her leading men. When I think of each drama separately, I remember the guys liking her character. If Seo Hye Joo would really have the realization that Nam Da Jung is a threat, she will probably be a lot more hostile and such. But for all the show's merits, it's only inspired me to follow it in a detached way.
A lot of people expect Nam Da Jug to be more 'wordly' because of the fact that she is a tabloid reporter. She gasps in surprise at the fountain pen, saying that she always wanted one. I love that we get answers and the characters are not in the dark about their own feelings. He hugged her right in front of her husband and that snowball fight is very intimate by Korean Drama standards not like a Western show. He had teased her as usual and brushed away the snow that fell on her clothes and hair. Ordinarily, I hate those devices Jdrama seems flooded with animated inclusions. Her realization that the reason is because of Yul reinforces the idea that acts of love is because of the intended person and are outwardly expressions of the feelings already involved.Next
Episode 8 recap: Da Jung runs after the errant Woo Ri and clearly needs some lessons on basic traffic signals because she darts into the cross walk after the light turns red. Now we learn that In-ho had mentioned to Da-jung that Woo-ri appears to own two different phones. Yul waits for Da Jung at home, checking his phone constantly. She calls In Ho out to drink with her but he declines since he has another engagement. That has got to hurt, soooo bad! Meanwhile Yul and Da-jung go out for that drink, and he points out that it seems like Da-jung was the one who wanted to drink.Next
Yul quickly climbs into bed and goes under the covers while Da Jung grabs the book and starts reading. Yul is still stinging in pain as he heads out to work later. Prime Minister and I's angst was neither, resulting in me wanting to slap a few tear-stained faces that appeared on my screen. It's not necessarily ground breaking but it's sweet and satisfying, simple chemistry laden comfort food in the recent landscape of makjang revenge and complicated time travel. Da Jeong is clearly oblivious to that idea, having been told numerous times that this can cause trouble, but In Ho is not so slow. The shining thing I took from this drama? Bringing these issues to the surface drew me further into the story, as did the growing love between Prime Minister Kwon and Nam Da-jeong. Conflicting messages mean that any time dad is wrong, they find it more convenient to disobey or not take him seriously.Next
As a result, the last three or so episodes seemed to develop anemia. Do you think Seo Hye Joo is really warning Nam Da Jung out of aggressiveness? I'm really loving the storyline! Being willing to help others when they're hurting - even when it carries a personal cost - is what Love does. Exactly, she's handled herself really well, and I like how Da Jung's character even handles her mistakes well! She is the only character who is absolutely flat. He looked happier when he was filming an actual makjang than he looks here! Da Jung pulls up and Man Se runs into her arms for a hug. Darn the fact that we have to wait a whole dam week until they make up.Next
But in general I need her to really think about her actions more, and in the same vein I want Yul to soften a bit when he barks at Da Jung because she frustrates him so much. No matter how pretty and fancy they look together, if the chemistry is not there, it just won't work. But the button accidentally falls off in the midst of their back-and-forth and Da-jung quickly turns away in embarrassment. Character trajectory makes it difficult to like or sympathize with him much, even though the actor looks great and performs well. I just want to write that I feel a star is born in Yoona in her role in this series. Night falls by the time Yul gets annoyed enough to step outside where he finds his youngest waiting outside for Da-jung. They roll a few times sadly the rolling is done in public and not anywhere in the sack and land by the sidewalk.Next