We are at my last post of the day! For those of you who have read all six (yes six, I was a blogging machine) posts... I just want to say "Thank You". It is hard work recapping and keeping up with Korean news, as well as ignoring the packing that needs done for my vacation. But you, the readers, make it all worth it.
If you think about it, it is very rare for genius characters to really get a lot of action (I am thinking of non-Korean characters since kdrama characters can have the absolute worst personalities and still get some). Think about it, when is the last time you saw Sherlock, Monk, or Bill Nye the Science Guy get some? Not that common is it?
|I'm alive. Let's kiss.|
|Crap... He's not kissing me back.|
|What just happened? (insert tons of cute blinking as Hyeon tries to register the whole kissing thing)|
|OH NO! OH NO! OH Noooooooooo!|
|Dude, I just got some action!|
This product placement moment is brought to you by Kanuda pillows. And while most blatant PP tends to annoy me, I have to laugh at this one for the use of this salesman who is really happy SIG is getting it on with his girlfriend.
|This will be the photo I use when our OTP finally does get their steamy kiss. That's right pervy salesman....thumbs up indeed.|
Thinking that his visits to Korea might have been a stressor and related to the times of the killings (the bodiless murders that were dumped into the ocean), Hyeon turns to Ji An for the details of his visits. I have to crack up that she literally knows every move he made for the past twenty years. She truly was a A+ stalker.
|I 100% approve of his sincere and natural smile.|
Hyeon realizes that this was probably his brother's way of crying for help... asking Hyeon to stop him. There were 8 boxes and there had been 8 murders. Oh Min. WAE???????????
I am loving this drama more and more with every episode. It is so clever, how the writer has connected the storyline with the title of the show. Rather than a showdown between Hyeon and Lee Joo Yeong like I was suspecting, the drama veered to focus on the brothers story. I don't know if I have ever been more in favor of forgiving a bad guy as I am with Min. While Lee Joo Yeong's back story was sad, it is Min's story that really pulls at my heartstrings. Poor Min waiting for his hyung to remember him, killing, vigilante-style, the parents that hurt their unwanted children. I can't wait to see exactly what Hyeon decides to do with his little brother. Because as much as you can say the law is the law, when it comes to family, it is rarely that simple in kdramas.
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