Our Bong Trio is officially with Sole Music! Chukahae! I’m happy for them, but I’m also worried. It’s because Sole Music director Choi Jin-hyuk (Lee Jung-jin) cares more about business than the welfare and growth of his talents. What if they end up like Chae Yoo-na (Hong Seo-young) and Crude Play who are both viewed as mere products to be sold on stage?
The silent competition between Seo Chan-young (Lee Seo-won) and Kang Han-gyeol (Lee Hyun-woo) is now getting intense with Mr. Choi allowing Chan-young to produce the Bong Trio’s debut song. This was after Han-gyeol declined Mr. Choi’s offer for him to train the rookie band without him knowing it’s Yoon So-rim (Joy of Red Velvet) and her childhood friends.
Yoo-na irks me. Girl, why say sorry now? After two-timing Han-gyeol and making him feel like he’s a lacking boyfriend? And you still have the courage to ask Han-gyeol if the new song he’s producing is about you! Thank goodness I wasn’t in dramaland because if yes, I’m not sure what I would do to you.
Okay, moving on to Han-gyeol and So-rim’s impromptu date. I initially felt sad for So-rim because it’s obvious that Han-gyeol asked her out only because he wanted to cool down after his argument with Yoo-na. But everything felt genuine after Han-gyeol apologized to So-rim. They look so cute together, don’t they?
I wonder what Han-gyeol will feel once he discovers that his father whom he hasn’t seen for a long time is now back in Seoul. I’m excited to know more about Kang In-woo’s (Choi Min-soo) mysterious character and uncover the reason why he opted to be apart from Han-gyeol.
Isn’t So-rim a very naive girl? Her decision to decline Han-gyeol’s offer to sing his songs just because he told her before that he does not like girls who sing proved it.
Yay! A lot has happened in this episode and the story continues to be more and more interesting! Are you excited for episode 5?