When we live a life of love and not fear, we’re guaranteed the happiest of endings. Our couple moves in together and follow it up with a proposal. The accident still happens but the ending thankfully changed. And we get the happiest of moments as our leads get that happily ever after.
Top 10 Moments:
- The month of June and after
As Hae Young and Do Kyung spend the morning in bed holding on to each other as they smile, she tells us that as June passed by, they didn’t set foot outside the house and the moment she could believe everything he’d told her, she felt strangely at ease. Like she’d actually touched destiny with her own hands and that it felt strange and familiar that there was this world that she didn’t know existed, that the world she can see isn’t everything. But it also felt strangely comforting. As she speaks, we see a couple image they’d taken together of them both being silly (awwww). Next we see her listening to the Daydream song that Do Kyung had recorded and she tells him that they should listen to the song till they’re a hundred years old. Do Kyung ignores her and when she asks him if he’s embarrassed, he covers his head with a throw pillow (hahahaha). Next we see them eating as they watch an interview of Lee Byung Joo where he states that he only wants to do small concerts. When at the end of the interview, his interviewer asks him to say something to the viewers, Lee Byung looks at the screen and as if he’s talking to Do Kyung says, “It’s because of you that I live.” Both Do Kyung and Hae Young smile. After June, our lovebirds finally leave the house and the first point of call is Doc who is positively delighted and yet anxious to meet Hae Young (what with how he wiped the sweat off his hands before shaking her hand. Hahahaha). Next up is Doc’s sunbae who brings them down from their high when Hae Young asks if it means that Do Kyung won’t die anymore, seeing that he doesn’t have visions anymore. Doc Sunbae answers that of course Do Kyung would die one day, seeing that the man’s not a phoenix after all (yeah but we don’t want him to die soon. Especially after we’ve become so invested in his life). Outside the doctor’s office, Hae Young suggests that they live together as she feels sad that Do Kyung has been living alone with his fear all this while. Do Kyung answers that he’s stopped living in fear but promises to propose to her soon so they can live together (awwww. Sweet). Meanwhile, Hoon and the sound crew boys are busy moving studio equipment into their new basement studio when Do Kyung calls Hoon to tell him that their studio’s been released from seizure. Hoon delivers the message to the guys and when they’re all cheering tells them to get to moving all the heavy equipment back out of the basement studio (hahaha. I see there that you didn’t volunteer to help them out Hoon). We cut to Do Kyung’s studio were the repo stickers are being removed and Do Kyung gets a message from Tae Jin telling him that he’s done nothing wrong and so he should live with ease (awwwww. Tae Jin. You redeem yourself so well) and not go anyway near Chairman Jang. We see though that Tae Jin has no problem going to Chairman Jang, but he’s not there to pally with the man but to inform him that the 800,000 dollars Chairman Jang had spent buying bonds has gone to waste (so Chairman Jang invested in the business shady business partner stole from? I don’t care. Whoohoo. The slimy chairman finally gets hit where it hurts the most, his precious money). With the words, Tae Jin walks away like a boss, not even turning to acknowlege when Chairman Jang calls out to him not to bother with business either as he won’t make it. But that’s not all going wrong with Chairman Jang because soon Do Kyung’s mother storms into the house to pull his hair for messing with Do Kyung and to give him a thrashing that would have made Soo Kyung very proud (hahahaha), all the while telling him that should he mess with Do Kyung again, then either he or she will be the one to die (well would you look at that. Do Kyung’s mother redeems herself). And with that said, she walks away like a boss (Chairman Jang, everyone’s working away from you like a boss. How does that make you feel? Huh?). Meanwhile, Soo Kyung’s milking her pregnancy to get free seats on the bus and is pleased when even though the neighborhood Ahjummas are willing to walk her home, Jin Sang’s waiting for her at the bus-stop and they walk home together. Of course they do it the way only Jin Sang and Soo Kyung can, looking adorably awkward. When they get home, Jin Sang makes to kiss Soo Kyung but changes his mind at the last minute and then spends the night wondering why it’s so hard to do so.
2. The baby bird flies away from the nest
Back in the Oh household, Hae Young drops the news to her parents that she wants to get married, move into Do Kyung’s house and live with him. Mama Oh responds by pulling Hae Young off the seat and pushing her into her room as she tells her to leave. Hae Young packs, all the whilst crying and then spends the night wailing at Mama Oh that Mama Oh has to be there to give Do Kyung her consent otherwise he would think Hae Young just ran away from home and will send her back. Her crying eventually gets to Mama Oh who follows her to meet Do Kyung. Meanwhile, Do Kyung is at home listening to Jin Sang talk about realizing that what he feels towards Soo Kyung is respect and so he can’t be expected to have romantic and sexual feelings for her. Do Kyung though is mentally beating himself up for pretending that he’s willing to wait to bring Hae Young home officially after she too wants to be with him as much as he wants to be with her. The conversation confuses Jin Sang who wonders if Do Kyung is talking about him. Do Kyung snaps that he’s talking about himself and heads out, most likely to Hae Young’s house. But, Hae Young and her parents are already on their way and even as Hae Young is begging her mother to give her consent with a smile on her face and her mother is calling her ridiculous and telling her that she’s being thrown away, their cab driver has a mini tussling match with Do Kyung about who has the right of way. When they finally spot that it is Do Kyung, they get out of the car and walk towards him but Do Kyung immediately gets on his knees to ask them for permission to marry Hae Young. Papa Oh is all, we’ve given consent whilst Mama Oh tells him to get up and says that he and Hae Young should live together as they’re so madly in love and she knows it will take forever to set the wedding date. She pulls him into a hug and tells him that she wishes him happiness (awwww. Mama Oh), and with that, she gets into the cab and they drive off. As they leave and Mama Oh finally looks at a tearful Hae Young, she tells her husband that Do Kyung must be ill (oh Mama Oh. You don’t know the half of it).
3. Jin Sang the unwilling voyeur (Hahahahaha)
Back at Do Kyung’s apartment, our two lovebirds get to kissing and when they take a break, Do Kyung reminds her that he wanted to go somewhere nice. To Hae Young though, nowhere’s as nice as Do Kyung’s apartment especially after the numerous frustrating nights she’d spent at her parents’ house wondering why Do Kyung wouldn’t come to see her and maybe she should try seducing him; but she couldn’t because she feared he would have rejected her (so you were thinking Do Kyung would have sex with you underneath your parent’s roof? Hahahaha. Not happening Hae Young). The two of them get back to kissing, interspaced with questions about when they should have their wedding, and unaware that Jin Sang’s still stuck behind the couch, looking for a way out of the room without the two of them spotting him (hahahaha). We see in flashback that Hae Young and Do Kyung had come in kissing and even though Jin Sang had tried to get Do Kyung’s attention without Hae Young seeing, Do Kyung had been too focused on devouring Hae Young’s mouth (and might I add, those kisses were smoking!) and kissing her on every single surface in his room, to notice. And now, even Jin Sang texting Do Kyung to inform him that he’s behind the couch gets him nowhere as Do Kyung just tells Hae Young that she should ignore his message when his phone beeps. Finally, their sexy times are interrupted by Soo Kyung knocking on the door. Hae Young looks horrified but Do Kyung is of the opinion that they can just tell her the truth; that they’re getting married. Hae Young though prefers that they tell Soo Kyung during the day, sometime the next day and they should instead act like Do Kyung is taking her home. Behind the couch, Jin Sang is delighted that he will be finally able to leave. Except, things turn a bit unexpected when Soo Kyung comes in asking for Jin Sang. When Do Kyung says he hasn’t seen him, Soo Kyung points to Jin Sang’s shoes outside the room. At the sight, both Do Kyung and Hae Young freeze in mortification (hahahaha) and Jin Sang unfurls from behind the couch and walks slowly to the entrance of the room. He offers his congratulations and when Soo Kyung asks why, he tells her that the two of them have gotten consent and would give her the details the next day. When Do Kyung warns him to never sneak into his room again, Jin Sang loses it as he points out that he’d been in the room since he and Do Kyung had their conversation earlier that night and yes, he saw everything. As he wails at Soo Kyung that they were doing it everywhere, spinning and laughing and pecking at each other, Soo Kyung laughingly leads him out whilst Hae Young and Do Kyung look like they want to sink into the floor in mortification (hahahahaha). Outside, Jin Sang expresses his relief to Soo Kyung for saving him and Soo Kyung replies that next time, it’s best to reveal oneself within the first three seconds to keep things from getting awkward. Then she stops him in the middle of the street and turns him into gym equipment as she uses him as support for her stretching exercises (hahaha. Soo Kyung is so badass).
4. Anna comes through for her man
Anna’s next customer is a cameo by Oh Man Seok all done up in a leather jacket and shades and looking like a movie star. She reels out his coffee order even before he tells her what it will be and he smiles that she’s quick on the uptake (so a regular I presume). Immediately, she calls Hoon to tell him that he is here and Hoon comes running in with the screenplay in hand (a-ha. So he is a movie star). When Oh Man Seok tells him that he doesn’t have the time to read the script and Hoon should just describe the story so he can see if Hoon is good at selling him the idea. Hoon goes into this detail about a bottle opener being the central piece in a tale of betrayal and one pitiful man aim to reclaim said bottle opener. Oh Man Seok is impressed with the script, impressed with Hoon and Anna’s tenacity and impressed with Hee Ran’s works. He tells Hoon to tell Hee Ran that he’s agreed to do the movie. When Hoon and Anna meet with Hee Ran to tell her the entire story about how everything went down, how Anna had ‘worked’ on Man Jin Seok for a week and how Hoon had written a great scenario, Hee Ran tells Hoon that he got himself a great girlfriend whilst Hoon is so delighted he can’t even speak. After Hee Ran leaves, and whilst Anna’s cleaning the floors, Hoon blurts out to her that he loves her (awwww) and when Anna replies that she loves him right back. Hoon, delighted jumps into Anna’s arms and she carries him (yeah. That babe is strong).
5. My daughter’s more respectable than yours
Hae Young calls Mama Oh to inform her about the meeting with Do Kyung’s mother and asks if Mama Oh’s available. Mama Oh’s not interested, seeing that she’s thrown Hae Young away. Hae Young wonders why Mama Oh is bringing that up after she’d already wished them happiness and Mama Oh replies that she only said so because Hae Young had asked her to (awww Mama Oh. We know you don’t mean that). Hae Young though asks her mother why she can’t be nicer and her mother asks her when they’ve ever been sweet to each other, Hae Young tells Mama Oh to be nicer from that moment on, reminding her mother that she can’t go back home and so she feels bad whenever they fight over the phone. Mama Oh sighs then asks Hae Young if that guy drove her to work that morning. Hae Young says he did but tells Mama Oh to call Do Kyung son-in-law Park instead of that guy. Mama Oh hangs up the phone and scoffs. Papa Oh has no problem with that though as he calls Do Kyung whilst Do Kyung is working and when Do Kyung doesn’t readily recognize his voice (he’s never spoken to Papa Oh via a phone call before, although it still seems suspicious considering this is a sound guy with almost perfect hearing who’s able to detect nuances and such), he introduces himself as Do Kyung’s soon to be father-in-law. Do Kyung immediately leaps to his feet (hahahaha. And the sound crew guy beside him is so surprised too) and bows. Papa Oh tells him to write, and Do Kyung looking stiff and like a soldier waiting for instructions holds the phone to his chest, gestures to his employee for a pen and is ready to write. He’s surprised though when Papa Oh only reels out herbs and tells him to boil them and take them because they’re good for his health (hehehehe. Do Kyung’s floundering, what just happened here face is classic). At home that night, the two sets of couples, Hae Young and Do Kyung and Jin Sang and Soo Kyung have dinner together and do the song and dance of Do Kyung and Hae Young informing Soo Kyung and Jin Sang that they’re getting married but will live together before they do, whilst Soo Kyung breaks the news to Hae Young that not only is she dating Jin Sang but she’s also expecting his baby. Hoon and Anna walk in saying I love you’s and Jin Sang soon feels left out when he realizes that the other two couples have exchanged I love you’s, even Do Kyung who he wouldn’t have expected to be able to say the words. Hae Young and Do Kyung finally leave the group and head upstairs where Hae Young brings in a bag that had been left outside the house. By the time she opens it up, they discover it’s from her mother and that there’s food and a note inside, addressed to son -in-law Park (awwww. Mama Oh). Inside, Mama Oh explains that usually they should have had many meals together but she’s only eaten with him twice, but still she tried to pack things she thinks he would like. We see in flashback that in both meals, Mama Oh had taken note of the dishes Do Kyung had tried and come back to and had made all of them and packed them in the food packs. She writes to Do Kyung that people marry not because they’re in love but because they want to stay loyal to each other. She tells him that marriage is knowing that one small thing can cause a couple to break up and she hopes he and Hae Young stay together for a long time. Do Kyung smiles to read the words (awwww) and over at the Oh’s, Papa Oh is watching a health show and continues to write his list of healthy herbs for son-in-law Park (double awwww). Lunch with Do Kyung’s mother starts with his mother asking Mama Oh if she’s aware that Hae Young now lives at Do Kyung’s place. Mama Oh replies that she is the one who dropped Hae Young off (you go Mama Oh! Tell her). Do Kyung’s mother scoffs as she says that Mama Oh’s pretty open-minded even though she doesn’t look it whilst Mama Oh replies that they’re so in love and she wants them to experience that feeling, without caring about what other’s say and to be as happy as they can be, which is why she dropped Hae Young off at the house. Do Kyung’s mother though just replies that still, it’s not the way to go especially because a lot of people know how they met. When she mentions that they should have taken proper steps because people will still talk about them, Do Kyung interrupts to tell her that he was the one who asked Hae Young to move in with him. She tells him that the woman shouldn’t have necessarily followed his lead though because she’d never thought Do Kyung would start living with someone before marriage and there are proper steps that lead to marriage. Do Kyung bumps her off her high horse though by informing her that Soo Kyung is pregnant. When she scoffs at it probably being a joke because there’s no way unmarried Soo Kyung can be pregnant, Do Kyung tells her that he’s serious and then she looks mortified (hahahaha). It’s even worse when Mama Oh just gives her a modest bow as she tells her congratulations (hahahahaha). After the meal, Mama Oh walks away with Hae Young and tells her that her new mother-in-law is easy and shouldn’t give her any problems. Meanwhile Do Kyung’s mother grumbles as to why he had to bring up the issue at the table, but she’s understanding as to why he did it. When she asks him if Soo Kyung’s really pregnant, Do Kyung answers yes. When she asks him who’s the baby’s father and Do Kyung tells her that it’s Jin Sang, she smiles as she says Soo Kyung scored a jackpot (hahaha. Are you referring to the fact that he’s got a good job or that he’s young or both? I don’t care though because as long as you support Soo Kyung, I’m good).
6. Living the couple way
Back at the Park house, Soo Kyung just finished using the toilet and is seriously guarding the door to the toilet with her body because she’s clogged it up. Hoon unwilling to even go near someone else’s poop calls Jin Sang so he can come and unclog the mess his baby’s mother’s done to their toilet. Even though Soo Kyung’s embarrassed that he has to do it, Jin Sang psychs himself up and pulls it off. When he comes to inform Soo Kyung though, she covers herself with her sheets, unwilling to deal with the embarrassment (whilst I’m trying to deal with the poop joke that is so many levels of wrong. Yuck!). Do Kyung meanwhile is having dinner with the movie director whose mostly silent movie, Do Kyung had done the sounds for. Whilst everyone’s congratulating Do Kyung on a job well done, he gets a text from Hae Young who at first asks if he wants to eat pork belly, but who then remembers that he had told her that he had plans. When she tells him that he shouldn’t worry and that they would eat it some other time because she doesn’t like eating it alone, Do Kyung gets an expression on his face. Next thing we see, he’s not eating any food, whilst the other directors all dig in and then he apologizes and takes his leave, saying something cropped up. Hae Young’s eating a pretty dismal meal when Do Kyung enters the house, pork belly in hand as he lies that his meeting ended early. Soon they’re grilling the meat and Hae Young is doing the one thing she’s never done: making a lettuce wrap and feeding it to Do Kyung (so cute). And then Do Kyung’s (well, she’s also Soo Kyung’s) mother calls Soo Kyung to tell her that she heard that she’s pregnant. She says congratulations and tells Soo Kyung that the baby is probably the best decision she could have done for herself. Soo Kyung admits that she wanted to tell her first. Her mother tells her that she has nothing to worry about because Jin Sang had fooled around before he decided to marry, meaning he will most likely stay settled. Soo Kyung though expresses her concern that it’s not romantic between them and even her mother telling her that she shouldn’t expect romance at her age or after marriage for that matter, isn’t enough to get Soo Kyung to stop wailing about the fact that he hasn’t held her hands nor have they said I love you’s, and yet, he touched her poop (hahahahahaha).
7. Tae Jin experiences his own growth
Lee Byung Joon has his concert and at the end of it, when Doc’s sunbae asks him why he’s still so depressed after the concert, Lee Byung Joon asks him if he’s asking out of concern for him or for Do Kyung. Doc’s sunbae answers that it’s out of concern for the both of them. Do Kyung however has no idea what’s going on as he and Hae Young are watching a downloaded movie together. As they watch the scenes, Hae Young flashes back to her meeting with Tae Jin where he had asked her how much of what’s happened he should tell his next girlfriend. Hae Young simply tells him that there’s only one thing he should never say to his girlfriend. Tae Jin smiles as he says he understands, then he tells Hae Young that he’s sorry. He does however add that he thinks he was destined to have said those words to her so she can go on and meet someone better (awww. Tae Jin. Hopefully you too will meet someone amazing soon). He concludes by telling her that he wishes her happiness and that he seriously means it (Awwww. Tae Jin). As he makes to leave, Hae Young calls out to him that he really was good to her and he turns back to smile and say thank you to her. After which they both walk away in opposite directions.
8. Jin Sang’s awesome and our two Hae Youngs get their closure
Soo Kyung’s chopping fruits at the sink when Anna exclaims after being told that Jin Sang came all the way to unclog the toilet for Soo Kyung. When Hoon pipes in that it’s no big deal and that Jin Sang should be able to do as much considering that Soo Kyung’s carrying his baby, Anna exclaims again. But she does call them a cool couple who’s doing things in reverse and Soo Kyung who can overhear the conversation smiles (awwwww). When Hoon asks her how it’s cool, Anna reels out the usual steps in a relationship: saying I love you, farting in front of each other, being willing to unclog a toilet for your significant other and finally, making a baby together. But, Jin Sang and Soo Kyung have gone about it in a totally reverse order, meaning all that’s left is for them to say I love you and she’s sure it will come at the most perfect time. When she says she’s jealous and Hoon chimes in as well, Soo Kyung is all smiles. Hoon and Anna though chuckle when they’re back in Hoon’s room about how simpleminded Soo Kyung bought everything they’d said (wait what?), and then Jin Sang comes in and hands them cash as payment for a job well done (hahahaha. I can’t believe it. But it’s sweet as well so awwwww). Meanwhile Hae Young and other Hae Young are having drinks together (Awwww. Finally). Hae Young states that she hadn’t been able to drink with other Hae Young before because she’d told herself she would only do so only if she was in a happy place. Now she’s in a happy place and so can drink with other Hae Young. When other Hae Young asks if she hates her, Hae Young admits to having hated her in school and until recently. Other Hae Young then calls Hae Young the winner at the end but Hae Young states that they shouldn’t decide who the winner is based on a guy (finally! People, let us applaud this moment. Finally, they both get it). Other Hae Young though tells her that she won’t be coming for Hae Young’s wedding and that she intends to move away from the company and get a better job elsewhere. She tells Hae Young that they should see each other at their school reunions and that she really hopes Hae Young and Do Kyung have a happy ever after (awwww). As other Hae Young walks away, Hae Young calls out to her that she has to be happy, she must be absolutely happy. Other Hae Young waves at her, without turning back (awwww) and then other Hae Young receives a call from her absentee mother (awww. The happiness has started. I really want her to be happy though. Like seriously happy).
9. The accident happens anyway (Drats!)
Do Kyung heads to the restaurant where he’s making plans to carry out his proposal to Hae Young, complete with a ton of flowers and hand signals for when it’s time for the person capturing the moment to begin the video recording (Awwww). Hae Young calls him and tells him she’s 10 minutes away. She smiles, saying she knows what he’s about to do although she doesn’t think he should stress himself out too much as he can always just toss her the ring (hahaha. Love our girl Hae Young. So practical this girl). As he stands outside the restaurant and pulls out the ring box, he tells us that he’d been living his life closed up, not knowing whether he was unhappy or happy. He says that he was that incapable of emotions which was why he had to see his moment of death, to know what it is that he would miss the most. Hae Young though he says, came running to him, crying and willing to love again even though she’d been hurt. He says her heart is as if it’s malleable and can become something new and that he felt relieved and wanted to be with her. As he speaks we see a car chase going on as cops chase after a speeding white car (wait what? This can’t be good. Not again! Should we just ban all the white cars till this drama is over?), whilst Hae Young is walking down the street, happy and smiling as Do Kyung tells us that he’d wished that her energy would come to him too. As he tells us that it’s now time for him to fill her with his love, flower petals start falling around him (no.no.no.no.no!) and he notices that a filming crew is the one tossing them down just as had happened at the vision to his death (no) and then to make it worse, a billboard flashes the breaking news that the singer Lee Byung Joon is dead (no!). Even as Do Kyung sees all this and remembers his vision, the white sedan being chased by the cops comes speeding at him and knocks him straight up into the air (NO!!!!!). We see that the man being chased is Tae Jin’s shady business partner (asshole!) who’s now unconscious at the wheel suffering from a head wound whilst Do Kyung’s on the floor, not bleeding as much as he had done in his vision, as he tells us that he let his guard down and now he’s lying like this looking up at a blue sky instead of a night sky, thinking of Hae Young’s happy face instead of her unhappy face. He mentally tells Hae Young to hurry and grab his hand, telling us that when he watches movies and in those final scenes, the dying lovers reach out to hold each other’s hands, he never understood why they did that. But now, he gets it. He might be going somewhere soon, somewhere scary and that thought has him wanting to hold onto someone’s hand so he can go on knowing that he’s not alone. His fingers flex as he says he wants her to hold his hands so he won’t be afraid and we see a smiling Hae Young notice the ambulance’s sirens and look up to catch the news of Lee Myung Joon’s death. Immediately she starts to run, mentally telling Do Kyung that she will soon be there and he should just wait. She makes it to him in time and holds onto his hands as she tells him that it’s okay. As she holds him, Do Kyung tells us that now he’s relieved. Outside the operating theatre, Hae Young anxiously waits for news, surrounded by everyone, from Do Kyung’s mother to Soo Kyung, Jin Sang, Hoon, Hee Ran, Do Kyung’s sound crew guys and Hae Young’s parents. The air is thick with worry and tension until Mama Oh rises, walks to a calendar, flips through and then makes the announcement that they should set the date of September 3rd (awww. The attempt at normalcy gets to me). Do Kyung’s mother initially sets another date but her date is veto’d because Soo Kyung and Jin Sang want to get married in that month. Do Kyung’s mother agrees with the September wedding but when she mentions that she wants an alligator purse and a mink coat as her wedding present (hahaha), Mama Oh loses it screaming as to why Do Kyung’s mother wants a present when Hae Young in herself is the ultimate present. Everything then dissolves into an argument with everyone in the room having some sort of argument or the other whilst Hae Young tells us that she doesn’t know wether to call the events of that day crazy or funny. She turns around with a smile on her face and tears in her eyes as she says that they’d moved beyond praying that Do Kyung would survive to acting like he has survived and her mother turned the conversation into what should happen next and everyone even though they knew what she was doing went along wit it. Hae Young smiles as she closes her eyes and also goes along with them, telling us that she will wear a pretty wedding dress on that day. And on the screen, we see the news that Lee Byung Joon has regained consciousness (whew! Relief. He’s going to make it. Damn, my heart had just about stopped).
10. Weddings leave us all happy
We cut to the bride and groom looking absolutely radiant as Do Kyung slides the ring onto Hae Young’s finger and she slides his ring onto his to the cheers and applause of the crowd, except Do Kyung’s mother who is not looking that enthusiastic (hahaha. She probably didn’t get her mink coat and alligator bag and is feeling miffed). When the crowd calls for a kiss, our newly married couple smile as they kiss. As they walk down the walkway, hand in hand whilst everyone tosses flower petals at them, Do Kyung tells us that after having a near-death experience, you live life differently because you know what’s important: your happiness. He tells us that right now, he’s as happy as one can be and he’s grateful to everyone. Hae Young then tells us that when she dies, she will probably look back at all the moments she’d spent with Do Kyung, crying and laughing, bitter and sweet, when they’d been broken down and when they’d gotten back up, and she will say everything was just perfect.
Character I wanted to bitchslap:
Absolutely no one. Talk about perfection. And might I add, Do Kyung’s mother putting the fear of God into Chairman Jang was just the best. Hehehehe.
Headache inducing moment:
Because at the sight of those flowers and the white car I started wailing about the accident because I knew it was going to happen after all. Argh!
This episode’s a watermelon Mojito. It’s sweet and fun and refreshing and fills us up with so many moments we’re see the world just a little bit different and smile because Hae Young and Do Kyung got their happy ending and we’re grateful and happy and thrilled and floating on a cloud and… you know what it was amazing. Everyone, enjoy a Mojito. We’ve earned it.