K-Drama Reaction: Why Secretary Kim | Episode 15

“You know that I never ask for someone’s permission. And yet, I am asking for your permission in the most polite and the most romantic way. Will you marry me?” ~ Lee Young-joon

OPERATION PROPOSAL

I know I should be sympathizing with Young-joon (Park Seo-joon) right now because I can clearly see how stressed out he is over “the biggest crisis of his life” a.k.a. coming up with the most romantic wedding proposal to Kim Mi-so (Park Min-young). But I can’t help laughing at him for being so cute while obliging his “exceptional brain” to come up with ideas. I know he’s more pressured because it was his future father-in-law who demanded him to propose to his daughter the right way because he thought his prior “MSG proposal” was uncool.

Even BFF Park Yoo-sik’s (Kang Ki-young) suggestions were not so helpful because he has already done all of it but to no avail. Yoo-sik just ended up making fun of uri problematic Young-joon whom he called the Wedding Bulldozer! Lololol!

Young-joon’s plan to propose to Secretary Kim in Las Vegas also failed after the latter turned down his invitation to go there for a vacation.

Renting a private jet and buying an island as suggested by the drunk Miss Bong (Hwang Bo-ra) and Kim Ji-a (Pyo Ye-jin) were also a no-no because Secretary Kim deemed those as a waste of money. Ottoke?

Young-joon was already running out of options when the most helpful advice from the most unexpected person came. Lee Sung-yeon (Lee Tae-hwan) told their mother that she has nothing to worry about him over Young-joon’s plan to marry Mi-so because Mi-so was never his to begin with. She belongs to Young-joon ever since because he’s the one who shared that traumatic kidnapping incident with her when they were young. Awww, thank dramagods for this beautiful moment between the two brothers!

So… uri Young-joon followed Sung-yeon’s advice to focus on what Mi-so likes the most and what he wants to give her the most when he proposes to her. Young-joon’s singing voice alone would make me say “yes” right away if I were Secretary Kim, but the little details like the caramel candies, lighted candles (tons of them!!!), and corny signage were so touching it couldn’t also be ignored. And the ring!!! Omo, it’s so gorgeous! Overall, it’s one of the most romantic and sincerest proposals we’ve ever witnessed in dramaland!

This episode didn’t only leave us so drunk in love, but it also gave us a lot of literal drunken moments! Let’s take a look!

Young-joon and his future father-in-law’s drunken convo:

A drunken Young-joon telling Secretary Kim how much he loves her:

Secretary Kim’s aegyo:

Ji-a’s drunken confession that sadly got turned down by a visibly shaken Go Gwi-nam:

Miss Bong’s drunken wish for a thrilling sex life for her and her boyfriend who is none other than Mr. Yang, of course!

And just like that, we’re off to the finale episode! Stay around!

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