""Are you more beautiful up close or from afar?"That's what Lee Gak asks SeNa and I say from very, very far away...
"So, it's a romance..."The earlier episodes were so all over the place that I wasn't sure if I was watching something that was mainly a political drama, a thriller, or a comedy... but this episode makes it clear that the emphasis is on romance. Sure, most of it has been done before, but I loved watching every moment of it. I loved the chemistry between Lee Jae Ha and Kim Hang Ah, and watching them read more one up each other. After watching them play games with, and deny their feelings for each other, the ending makes every frustrating moment worthwhile. I personal replayed the end 3x : )
"Deep calming breathes..."SeNa needs to have a really horrible ending... She just can't see Park Ha happy and living well (even when she lived alone in the original rooftop room). She ruined two birthday surprises, the mom's and his....-_-;
"Better"The acting in this episode was better, the situations amusing for the most part. I do like the neighbor. And it appears that Nigh ti has more brains than he did in the Japanese version :)
"open war"Wow. Another extremely emotional, superbly directed episode. I loved the little details, wonderfully highlighted by the music: the late king's recordings, Hang Ah taking off her shoes, the Queen mother cleaning the plant leaves with a vengeance.
"Fire.."I love that different kind of fire between them. I guess that's the opposite from their parents. But that's what makes it interesting.. I can't get over. Definitely one of the best dramas I've ever seen.. :)
"I cried A LOT"This episode was SO SWEET and SO SAD.
"Pure love.."My cup of coffee..
"Extremly catching.."I just watch and hope - when will he say her the truth....
"Caught my attention.."This drama seems to be very interesting from the first scenes.
"The painful truth..."Did I ask for a sharp object for last episode? I changed my mind... give me spoon... it'll hurt more if I stab Sae-Na with a spoon...
"A Great drama from the start..."I loved this drama from the first episode and it has yet to disappoint me.
"Up close and personal!"Jia Hua spends a lot of time invading Xi En's personal bubble, but it's funny because she always gets so flustered. Of course they spend more time bickering, however it's not overplayed and fun to watch.
"Butterfly-butterfly... fly to the right girl... don't fly to the fox..."Oh, God... somebody give me something sharp... I'll go crazy if I don't stab that B*** Sae-Na... she is the WORST type of human being... and the her worst feature is that she thinks everybody else is like her too... (sorry to break it for you, girl... but not everybody's a life sucker like you...) I just hope everybody leaves her in the end, and she's left alone with her hateful self. read more I was so ecstatic, when Tae-Mu's father discovered her character, SO DAMN SATISFYING... though I'm guessing there is going to be a time, when the demons are going to join forces for power and money...
"Some Tedious but Necessary Moments"This episode was alright. I believe this one was more about putting the characters in place, and setting the plot to rolling. Jia Hua is introduced to his past, but of course he is unaware. A test of the taste buds determines whether he will be owner of the store or a worker. Other than that nothing much went on in this episode.