Seo-jin (Go Won-hee) got the job! I’m so happy for her! It’s never easy for everyone, but at least she’s the only person in the Waikiki guesthouse who is getting paid for the job she really wants.
Now as a full-time entertainment reporter, her sunbae asked her to uncover the real identity of the defending champion of the singing competition “Mask Singer.” Though her first day isn’t really that picture perfect, at least she has Jun-ki (Lee Yi-kyung) who will do anything to stop her from being sad.
I felt a bit sad when Dong-gu (Kim Jung-hyun) shared to the house about his job offer from a movie director. It’s like why are you all happy for Seo-jin’s new job, but not at all supportive at Dong-gu’s dream? I understand that he is the Waikiki CEO, but everyone is also just struggling with their own lives and trying to get to their own respective dream jobs. So what makes Dong-gu any different from you guys?
Anyway, my sentiment was washed off easily when I saw his end product with that short movie presentation. Lol! Dong-guya, I’m trying hard here to defend you, but why on earth would you incorporate “The Matrix” into a baby video? Not to mention a reproduction scene! A baby popping out of his mother’s tummy? That’s waaaay overboard! 😂
That’s why I felt reassured that he is still not giving up and is ready to learn. I loved his explanation why he liked Yoon-ah (Jung In-sun). She is her source of strength, and when asked why he fell in love with her… He came up with the most realistic answer: for no reason at all. You don’t have to find a reason to like someone, and as long as you are ready to accept that person, flaws and all, you’re good to go!
I think now that the drama is confirmed to have a four-episode extension, they will delve more into the love triangle arch to stretch the plot. I don’t mind at all as long as I will have my weekly dose of laughing Sol.
Chewbacca and Wolverine are so compatible they make our heads hurt! That confession scene with Dong-gu was pure comedy gold! When Jun-ki contemplated about telling Dong-gu the truth that they were the ones who broke his camera, Seo-jin was also busy thinking about their kiss.
Is it just me or Du-shik (Son Seung-won) and Soo-ah (Lee Joo-woo) could make a really good couple? I loved Soo-ah for defending uri Du-shik against that abusive and entitled ahjussi!
On a scale of 1 to Du-shik, how delusional are you? LOL! If you’re familiar with the US series “New Girl,” Du-shik’s delusions about his web novel “President is Bruce Lee” is so similar to Jake Johnson’s character Nick Miller and his own novel “The Pepperwood Chronicles.” But that’s the spirit! Keep on writing for your readers, Du-shik!
Jun-ki could really be charming sometimes, right?
Dong-gu’s confession was short and sweet… just the way I like it!!! 💖
Still thinking about jumping on-board the Seo-jin and Jun-ki ship? If this doesn’t convince you yet, I don’t know what will! #waikiki #EulachachaWaikiki #LaughterinWaikiki #KimJungHyun #SonSeungWon #LeeYiKyung #GoWonHee #JungInSun #LeeJooWoo pic.twitter.com/cPflmu5KVb
— Ahjummamshies (@ahjummamshies) March 7, 2018
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