Reveal Spoiler »When Joo Jong Won wakes up from his operation, everyone finds out that his memories of the past few months have disappeared. Although he knows that his aunt is hiding something from him (Tae Kong Sil’s existence), he is not just surprised about the fact that he can read now, but that he has become a really good person. As Ha Na tries to get closer to Jong Won, Hee Joo’s ghost comes to Tae Kong Sil and asks to borrow her body.
I like this episode so much, thank you for making me cry so much. Maybe it's just me but I'm the type to cry so easily and this episode made me cry too much. The deal of you-for-his-life was given justice and explained well, in my opinion so I have nothing against it. I'm happy this is not a disappointing episode!!
What I like in this episode was Joong Won's body instinct to move to Gong Shil. Even when his mind didn't remember her but his heart and body did. Isn't love amazing? Even if one has Alzheimer but that person you don't remember somehow make you smile.
Oh no... Cupid Secretary Kim! Well I thought of his connection with the girls long before it happened. It was kind of predictable... but still read moreit hurt me to see his image tainted by his neices' connection to JW's abduction.
This episode reminds me my favourite drama (Secret Garden) but it's very different from it.
Gong Shil is so strong and her decision to let Joong Won go broke my heart.
I'm hating so much Han Na even if I don't understand her feelings well.
Really enjoyed this episode. I guess the amnesia was necessary since it just proved that no matter what happen there is a part of him that remembers Tae Yang. I really don't like Hana. Hopefully in the end, she get what she deserve. At least we see how it all ties together. What will Tae Yang do? I can't wait to find out. The good thing that came out of this is read morethat he got to read. I mean it about time!
I'm waiting for some Tie In between Gong Sil's accident and JW, I know it's in there somewhere they just haven't brought it forward yet!
This episode was so sad! It wasn't my favorite episode, but that's a personal preference. I missed the normal play between GS and JW that makes me laugh so much I hurt. If this had been 1 of 2 episodes this week, it would have been a read moregreat one... but not having the follow up is KILLING ME. Still think this is one of the best dramas I've ever seen and the BEST of the Hong Sisters... provided they don't give me a messed up Hong Gil Dong ending!
A lot of people hated this ep and i understand why but no this ep made me love this series even more they needed something like this to make us fall in love whit them more and more and seeing how much he loves her and even that he lost his memory he still remembers alot of things about her and i like. How this ep made me exited i cried four read moretime even when he was joking i cried i felt like i am proud of them i am proud of their amazing love
This episode highlighted that the book story and their love story are correlated. This cliché amnesia twist was uniquely executed in a ghostly manner. LOL! I'm dumbstricken. It made it more exciting.
Couldn't stop laughing by JJW's unconscious body gestures towards TGS; his reactions; his expressions were made unintentionally funny! The shaman is still creepy as ever. I salute TGS for her big sacrifice that made the situation the most read morecomplicated. #Her decision was neither in the right episode nor in the right day. In all day why choose holiday!!. LOL Everybody were being affected including the viewers, shippers and all TMS fans. 1 ep/week is a killer, I hope I wouldn't die for next week
#Just me complaining!
This episode might be the saddest part of their love story but it proves that it's just the climax of it.
***rooting for a tragic-free ending***
**also rooting for kang woo and tae ryeong**
have you noticed that in this episode, he never said "gguh juh" in his usual expression?
Well, I have to agree with most reviewers: amnesia? . Then again, I am so relieved that he is not dead and there's (I hope) not enough time to make the kind of ending where they're not together until they reincarnate… my most hated kind of ending. Although amnesia is too common a trick, I gave this ep. a 9 because it was very entertaining from beginning to end. The amnesia is read moregiving rise to really tender moments between them--she struggling with her decision to let him go, him struggling to figure things out and feeling this great light missing from his life… awwww. And it really seems that we'll get quite a bit of action in the final few eps, as they still have to make Han Na compete for him, Secretary Kim to show his true colors (how exactly did he end up in this messy situation?), resolve Kan Woo's situation, and most importantly understand WHAT ever happened to Jong Won way when. The pace is picking up quite nicely and I cannot wait for the next episode, an excitement which in the end is what dramas are all about.
There it goes "the conflict"... every story have this to make it more interesting although my heart aches so much to this episode, but who knows maybe the next thing we know their together again. :)) hold on tae yang unnie!. maybe joo joong won doesn't remember you but his heart will. fighting!.. ( Im too affected to this drama) ahehehe.
i loved this episode .. although i cried alot :) .. it was sad and beutiful .. sad because of gong shil and jong wons amnesia thing .. but the beautiful thing is that even he should have compltetly forgotten her he cant! he hands, his feets go their own way .. thats loveee ..
I've benn loving the creativity of the Hong Sisters in this drama, until they resorted to memory loss! Man, that was disappointing... anyway, I have this feeling that the "kind-hearted" han na is the one who died and Hee Joo is the woman woman who had the plastic surgery..
Right now, I'm already past the point of disappointment and just trying to figure out how they are going to untangle things until the end.
Gong Shil feels like the Little Mermaid making a shady deal with a thinner (although scarier) version of Ursula, and we don't even know if the deal is another red herring or something to really worry about.
Han na (or is it Hee Joo?) is making her read moremove towards Joong Won with the her own sun amulet and she's taking advantage of Joong Won's kumo who doesn't know she's the evil twin/mermaid impostor. Why Sec Kim is not doing a background check on her, I don't know. He would have known who she is and then he wouldn't have to go to Britain.
And the dead Hee Joo wanting Gong Shil to lend her her body? What is she trying to do?
Hong Sister, why bring the clichéd amnesia scenario in? I was totally loving what you guys were going so far...but WAE?!
I'm really disliking Ha Na. What's up with this twisted girl. She had plastic surgery I'm guessing so Joo Joong Won won't recognize her. I hate how she is trying to use Gong Shil's presence aka the books and the necklace to get close to Joong Won. And that Aunt is read moreblindly letting her do that. Sigh.
Could it be Tae Gong Shil's accident and her parent's accident might have a connection or something?
Glad the kids came and told him about Tae Gong Shil.
So Cha Hee Joo wants to borrow Gong Shil's body eh. Does she wants to stop her sister from doing anything further? Or is there another motive?
Well first we need to thank the Hong Sisters for not killing off our beloved hero, but WHY OH WHY did they have to choose that complicated measure to bring him back?! Why did Tae-Yang have to think of that Shaman, and what's with that creepy deal? Will that piece-of-plastic-surgery woman keep on showing up again afterwards? I beg you please NOOO!!
I DESPISE amnesia and can't fathom what Koreans find appealing read moreabout it to keep using it so frequently in their dramas?! It felt totally unnecessary but at least I should be grateful they didn't choose the forget-certain-people selective kind of amnesia and rather picked the easier-to-swallow normal period amnesia. Well they mostly didn't have a choice.
While the events in this episode were kind of interesting (he being unable to remember but yet sensing something was missing, and she having to "seal" away her feelings for him in order to protect him) I still have to admit this episode was a downer! Not after the perfect 12th!!
Also there is a big question mark as to how Secretary KIm was unable to recognize Han Na if he really was her uncle who's met her so many times?! I know she's a different actress and all (even us viewers would've never imagined her to be the same character :D), but HELL!! a human being's looks don't change that dramatically just growing up!!! She MUST have had her face changed then...
Hope next episode pulls things back nicely together and the amnesia arc doesn't drag any longer.
To come off the cliff hanger of a lifetime with this episode, I am just a tad bit miffed. Ok, she sacrificed herself(lamb/goat)for the wolf's survival and he gets the classic amnesia forgetting the lamb/goat (TGS). Come-on Hong sisters you have been creative up to this point and kept us anxious as to their fate, now you give us the same old amnesia backstory to get us forward? Now we must deal read morewith evil twin, blindsided Auntie, betrayal from Kim and TGS backstory of her hurt intersecting w/JW past deception event(I'm betting). We are down to the final 4 episodes and lots of ground to cover, so I only hope this does not take too long for the story to get us anxious again. btw-loved the return of the kids, creepy lady & TGS ghostly support system. Let's get that fiery lead chemistry reignited & reconnected...
I am SO GLAD he is not dead!!!! BBBBBUUUUTTTT did the writers' imagination go on sabbatical? It is so typical of K-dramas to use the amnesia card after a coma. STILL, I like the fact that there's something telling him that he is missing something important. I also love the fact that Gong Sil loves him so much that she is willing to live a life without the CEO knowing he is read morealive. I am amazed at her guts after living a life scared of the world that surrounds her. It will be interesting to see how they finish this drama. I really hate Hee Joo's sister and hope that the writers this time will give her a deserving ending.. I really like how Kang Woo is trying to involve himself in Gong Sil's life & wants to protect her.
Out of the mouths of babes comes the truth. I was really cool that Joo Jong finds out about Gong Sil from the kids. I guess overall, although a little bit disappointed about the cliché of the coma & amnesia, I will have to see this drama through & hope that they do have their happily ever after. Wouldn't it be interesting if they have the CEO of Giant Mall start seeing Gong Sil & Joo Jong be jealous & not know why?
Hong Sisters, you could have really hit the ball out of the park but decided to play it safe. Hope you ideas are better for the last episodes. Still I think this will become one of my top 10 dramas of all time!