We haven't been seeing her for pretty much all of the past few episodes so it feels jarring for her character to come back. And the whole thing will be repeated ad infinitum. As he drives through the city, we get glimpses of modern life and a little moment where he smiles up at the statue of Lee Soon-shin, ha. He went from playful, to vengeful, to heartbroken; not easy to transition from one emotion to another, but I think he did it extremely well. It made the majority of the episodes in this drama absolutely pointless. I had fun with this show, even if it was never on a deep emotional level, but these last two episodes really took the wind out of my sails.
And this happens not once, but twice. This also makes me feel that the writer was an anti of the children because she ended the parent's story quite satisfyingly. I want to be a happy one. The fanwank version: Yeo-wool is also still Yeo-wool, because she still has the same name while no one else does, and her purple flower power gives her the right to do this. Lee Soon-shin says that if he believes in becoming human, then it must exist.
Kang Chi asked her to go back to her room right away. I have learned so much from participating and reading this site, and that always leaves me thankful. I learned a lot in the process and though I didn't love every ep. And everyone else, seemed to be able to sense the sadness. I can't believe the ham-handed writing, so many good set-ups ignored, left to die on the vine, or finished in some totally lame way - Chung Jo sees the error of her ways and tearfully begs them to save Yeo Wool.
I kind of knew that, and I temporarily forgot. I'll look up the name. Hopefully by the ending of Jang Ok Jung and Gu Family Book that insanely good but extremely underrated drama will have a boost in rating. First thing is tissue, handkerchief or whatever that can help you wipe your tears. Kang Chi is an outspoken character who's full of curiosity. I know this drama is not a masterpiece, and well, it has a lot of plotholes, writing and directing issues, even issues with the acting. When Kang Chi arrived in Mr.
Lee asked where he was going. I agree w Babs and lenny. I guess I just never see you delete first comments. Those of us who watched it and faithfully participated in the recaps or read them might remember, or know what I am speaking of. The Japanese emissaries skedaddle post-haste, and Jo Gwan-woong is left to defend himself. I feel that it would be a lot of plotting on my part to act in such a manner to try and get the sympathy of beanies, many of whom or better yet most of whom I will never meet. And Kang Chi was sure their new chapter starts there.
At this point I'm not expecting much, just like 3rd Gen Noodle House, I expected an ending that was half satisfying and that's what I got. Hello applecookie, And thank you so much for your long and detailed response. He looks around the room one by one, and lands on Kang-chi, still crying with pleading eyes. The issue is that you can only act what's written and this writing has been predictable and sometimes lazy for pretty much the whole drama. The fusion martial arts action historical drama is about a half man-half monster who is searching for a centuries-old book that according to gumiho legend, contains the secret to becoming human.
It may not be my favorite drama, but I don't think I'll regret watching it too much. Yes, I do remember about your defense, and dear. It's showing some courtesy by posting in the order that you line up in. Yeo-wool starts to struggle against the pain, and both Kang-chi and Dad notice blood dropping on the floor. Yeo Wool woke up and asked him to help her sit. Jo and dead he was.
They all become best buddies. On to some of my thoughts… I was not sure what to make of this ep. Was I wrong in thinking that both could be desired and accomplished maybe? I don't know why, but Gon is my favorite of all of them except daddy! Yeo-wool asks how he can decide something like that on his own, and he blurts out that she could lose her life. We spent the rest of the episodes wondering if Kang-chi would ever get to the goddamn book and become human, and then gave up hope that this show would complete anything other than the romance. Tit for tat, and all that jazz.
The beginning of the show was exceptionally well played out, just wish they kept the same momentum. A love story between Choi Kang Chi's father and mother was something that it made me keep watching it! He does seem to possess honor and is unwilling to take unnecessary actions other than what he came to do, so it's possible that he may come through as an anti-villain of sorts and end up helping out the heroes despite that not being his real intention. Me: You may be right this time. Now I seriously worry the actual journey part of the story won't happen until the end and we'll never actually see it. Jo as they considered Mr.
Now that would have made me happy. Clothes, bags and other accessories, and their knock-offs do sell out after the broadcast. The followings are random conversations between me and my watching partner, aka my husband H. He'll wait for her next reincarnation. Overall I think it was an alright drama. My condolences no sarcasm to all those who did not escape unscathed.