The frustrating push and pull between our two leads continue and by the look of things, it seems like it will take a little longer before our couple can finally sort things out and go back in each other’s arms again.
Do-ha against all odds
If Choi Mi-ka (Lee Sung-kyung) is having a hard time thinking through the revelation that his time moves to her, Lee Do-ha (Lee Sang-yoon) is dealing with a deluge of problems as well, all thanks to the greedy Bae Soo-bong (Im Se-mi).
I pity Do-ha for having it very difficult trying to protect Mi-ka who now can’t even by his side during these tough times. After hearing Mi-ka’s white lie that her time runs faster when she’s with him, Do-ha found himself in a dilemma where he wants to run after her but he couldn’t because it will endanger her life. Add to the problem, the selfish Soo-bong who’s willing and ready to go all out just to have him marry her.
You know what I hate about Soo-bong so much? It’s her resilience fueled by her belief that she could get everything she wanted. I was relieved, at the same time, delighted every time the proud Soo-bong got rejected by Do-ha but this girl wouldn’t just give up no matter what happened, which is making my blood boil. She would just compose herself and continue with her ploy as if nothing has happened. I couldn’t even see actress Im Se-mi in a good light now. LOL.
And when she couldn’t get what she wants by cornering Do-ha, she then turned into a little puppy trying to beg him of his love. No, Soo-bong, you can’t get your way with that. Though her words seemed to reflect what she truly feels, it solidified more that she wants him not because she loves him but because she loves herself.
I was trying to shrug off the idea that Jeon Sung-hee (Han Seung-yeon) was being pre-positioned to have a romantic line with Secretary Park (Kang Ki-doong) but it looked like we’re headed that way. Looks like it will be a battle between Wi-jin (Rowoon) and Woo-jin.
I’ve seen a lot of dramas where the use of a letter or something that conveys a message was used to turn the plot, so will be this cute little toy be of the same help for our main couple
Jo Jae-yoo (Kim Dong-jun) is really stubborn when it comes to deciding on matters about his musical, even putting him in a heated argument with Do-ha but this genius could be really cute when we see his more ‘innocent’ and ‘humane’ side.
I thought we’re over this evil brother but looks like he’s up to doing something really bad.