Tan finds out Eun Sang is one of the maids. Tan go to the school and follow Eun Sang to the cafe and asking for Chan Young number, then he keeps bothering Eun Sang for her number. Eun Sang has given a scholarship by the father of Tan. Rachel & Eun Sang met again and Eun Sang fights back. Young Do encounters Eun Sang again and ask her many questions. Tan comes back to Jeguk High School.
Man was this a good episode, I was wondering why her friend didn't seem like he wanted her to go to Empire School but I see why now, cant wait till next episode until then I am going to just scream aghhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh
Ok, i love america and all but thank god that they are back in korea!!! OMG ONE MINUTE SHE IS INSIDE THE SCHOOL NECK MINUTE SHES IN BETWEEN 2 OF THE HOTTEST GUYS IN DRAMALAND!!! its so good to see how everyone knows her in some way and to see it all come together is exciting!! LOVE THE SCHOOL UNIFORM and the school! lol hope it continues to be this good :)
Wow, I was not completely sold on this one but this episode really makes me want to keep watching!!!!
It is going to be interesting to see how the relationships develop, who end up with whom, why KTs father decided to have ES transfer to the new High School, how will the students make her life miserable & how will she survive.
Really, really great episode. I didn't expect much from this drama but with each episode, it keeps getting better and better.
Woo Bin is quickly becoming my favourite actor in this drama because of his character, Choi Young Do, and his charm. He was a jerk in the first episode but he's quickly developing into a great character. I loved the scene he had with his dog as insignificant a scene like read morethat might be; it showed that he has a good nature deep beneath his tough guy persona. I also love the chemistry between Kim Woo Bin and Park Shin Hye. They have a natural air whenever they're in a scene together (and that's only been 3 times) which is making me root hard for the Eun Sang/Young Do relationship more so than they man Eun Sang/Tan relationship. I can't wait to see how that develops further especially since the episode ended with a clear love triangle foreshadowing.
This drama bears strong similarities to Gossip Girl that become more apparent with each episode (in this episode it was the interaction between Chan Young's dad and Rachel's mom that made it seem like GG's Rufus/Lilly). They mixed up some of the relationships in GG but the overall feeling is still there. However, seeing how popular GG was, I don't think that's necessarily a bad thing for Heirs (also, I adore the drama that's brewing).
So far, there's no character I truly dislike. Choi Jin Hyuk is doing well as the mean brother though I can see him softening in the moments he had with the tutor. Can we mention how good those suits look on him too?
Can't wait for the next episode!
The upcoming scenes with Young Do look hilarious. :D