Seo Jin awakes in his bed bandaged and a bit worse for wear after his kidnapping. However his first thoughts were of Ha Na. "I rescued her" he mumbles to himself, a look of dawning surprise crossing his face. LOL I love how his poor little mind has to work around that concept. Just admit it, you are in luvvvvvvvvvv.
Ooops, sorry for that freak out. My Seo Jin bias blogger personality might be taking over.
Seo Jin is not holding any punches with Robin either. He confronts Robin via video message that he is thankful for Robin helping him survive all this time, but that he realized something during his last abduction. Robin is actually a part of him (Seo Jin) and that they will eventually become one with Robin reconnecting inside of him. You can guess that this did not sit well with Robin who has decided to live and be his own person.
I am truly saddened at how pointless so many people are to this drama's plot. With the exception of our main four (Seo Jin, Robin, Hot Doc, & Ha Na) they are all pointless. There is no depth, no character growth, and for the most part they are just sound bites to lead our leads from one place to the other. When the 2nd lead girl was on screen I actually started to drift off. I rewound the section and realized that I could have taken the whole segment out and would not have missed anything at all. This saddens me since so many dramas have realized that developing 2nd and 3rd rank characters strengthens the world that we viewers are trying to lose ourselves in. Think Ho Goo's Love or Heal Me Kill Me. Two dramas that are also currently airing that have become hits because of their well developed cast.
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