Can you believe we’re nearing the end of this drama? Time really flies if you’re enjoying something!
I want to give Baek Jin-woo (Song Kang) and Seo Chan-young (Lee Seo-won) a big hand for trying their best to move forward after their heartbreak with Yoon So-rim (Joy of Red Velvet). Our baby boy Jin-woo was so lovable when he swore to Lee Kyu-seon (Park Jong-hyuk) that he would stop being immature, but still acted uber jealous whenever Kang Han-gyeol (Lee Hyun-woo) is around So-rim.
He’s very charming that I sometimes think Kyu-seon was right when he said So-rim was an idiot for not liking Jin-woo back. But we can’t do anything about a person’s feelings, can we? Let’s just be happy that their friendship remained the same.
Chan-young, on the other hand, seemed to be handling the situation pretty well, too. Though I can feel he’s in pain, which is something that’s very understandable because it’s never easy to give up the person you like. We all know that. And being able to do so speaks a lot about your heart’s sincerity. I’m glad that I started to appreciate Chan-young only in the latter part of the drama because if not, I could’ve been in trouble dealing with a strong second lead syndrome.
I’m also happy that Chan-young’s relationship with the Crude Play boys is now getting better, with him not thinking anymore that he’s just a stand-in for Han-gyeol. I also think that he made the right decision to continue being Mush & Co’s producer. He might not be as good as Han-gyeol (yet), but I must agree that he has the capability to make his artists happy with the songs he creates for them, and that’s more than enough.
Han-gyeol was very commendable too in this episode. I’m the proudest when he acknowledged his faults to his friends in Crude Play and vowed to compose songs based on the music they want to play and not on the music he has in his head. He was also finally able to stand up for Crude Play against WHO Entertainment CEO Yoon Hyun-jung’s (Park Ji-young) plan to cover up their lies with another lie through a presscon. His improving relationship with his father Kang In-woo (Choi Min-soo) is also something worthy to be mentioned about.
But despite all his troubles, we can say that Han-gyeol is still a very lucky guy because he has the girl he loves by his side, cheering him up and always believing in him amid all of his past lies.
And for the first time in 15 episodes of this drama, Sole Music director Choi Jin-hyuk (Lee Jung-jin) did the right thing! He gave his blessings to Crude Play to admit to the media the allegations against them of having proxy players. I’m delighted but also sad because someone needed to risk his life, in this case Ji In-ho (Jang Ki-young), before Mr. Choi ultimately realized his faults.
And now for the moment of truth, the Crude Play boys finally admitted their lies to the press, which made Ms. Yoon very angry that she fired Mr. Choi on the spot. That’s sad but a part of me says he deserved it. I’m wondering what will happen to the band after all of this. Will their fans still accept them? Will it ruin their career?
Let’s all tune in for the final episode to see how the remaining loose ends of the story will be wrapped up!