Jang-mi walks away, followed by Ki-tae who witnessed the entire conversation. Devastated, Ki-tae storms over to Se-ah and grabs her by the wrist, and walks her right past Jang-mi. He pulls Se-ah all the way to the riverside and stops without ever looking at her. Se-ah tells Ki-tae that she knows his true feelings just by looking at his back. Ki-tae seems to snap out of a daze and whirls, then runs back towards where he left Jang-mi. Running his fastest, Ki-tae tries to call Jang-mi over and over but gets no answer. They both run, each frantically searching for the other.
Well, I certainly appreciate how much forward motion this episode gave us, in nearly all areas. That and seeing Hoon-dong and Hyun-hee move on with their own lives, and even losing her job, frees her up to stop worrying about everyone else and focus on what she wants for herself. His parents would still be a mess, her parents would still be estranged, and nothing would really change. While we the viewers know that nobody was coerced into the engagement farce, I can see how the parents might not see it that way.
I have a feeling that both of them could still pop up with an eleventh-hour scheme to break up the newfound couple assuming that Jang-mi and Ki-tae acknowledge their feelings soon and throw one last wrench into things. But I am pleased to see that Se-ah seems to have finally gotten the message that Ki-tae is not an option for her, no matter how much she wants him. I hope it really sticks. But mainly I just hope that our leads find happiness and love sooner rather than later, and are able to overcome their problems and build a strong relationship together.
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Your email address will not be published. So, this weekend was quite precarious for me. As I mentioned in the last recap, this weekend left me with the serous desire to punch everyone involved in the face. Pretty much everyone was aggravating me at some point and since they are not real people who I can physically punch, there was a real danger for a while of me leaving my house and punching any and every person I saw who remotely reminded me of one of these characters. And, considering one of the Korean sections of Atlanta is mere miles from my house, this could have escalated pretty quickly.
I will say that I'm glad the the ruse is finally over. Of course, this is not the way I wanted it to end but I think it is very important that the writers not let them "get away with it.
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She doesn't get a name in my universe. Though, to be honest, I think she really does like Hoon Dong as a person and not just as a wallet. She just went through all the wrong channels to get him.
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Kind of like Crazy Se Ah except her plan actually worked. All she does is manipulate her way into money.. I still don't even see why she was attracted to hoon other then money I think the writers r bring to nice to her.. I wish something happens to her already..
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I mean yr and seha weren't that bad but they end up losing everything but hh has been the worse characte so far and now she is getting a house, kid, husband and money.. I'm kind of sad that Hoon-dong patched things up with his mother. I would have loved to see Hyun-hee find out that after the wedding and house that Hoon-dong would be left penniless. She would have dropped his broke ass in a second! What was it they called the unborn baby? Luxury or something like that? There's a play on words in Spanish that's really apt in this situation: I am not mad at her, because he totally deserved it.
He is so immature, I think that was the only way. But talking about sincerity, she's still sincere in her loving him for money. Was it in Cheongdamdong Alice? Her personality is quite apt to the superficiality of Hoon Dong. I won't be surprised too if Se-ah will ask YR instead for the sperm later on, hahaha.
T only thing that bothered me was her chucking her phone into the pond. I think he is shallow and totally immature. He was also a dick the way he treated JM. He was likely quite sweet w her or else she might not have gone as far as preparing that big proposal? So I don't feel any sympathy for him in ending up in this other girl's lap. But to say to a really drunk guy: I am a bad girl; is that ok? Well, that is all kinds of unethical in my book. Is it rape or is it a trap? Diff viewers would see it differently. But I distinctly recall the part where HH found out JM tried to tell HD to stay away from her and she got hot and bothered, saying that she wanted to find a way out of her salesgirl job, that she hoped their sleeping together would lead to sth more, n why is JM trying to prevent HD from seeing her, etc.
I must have missed the part where she came to like him for himself. If a woman would have been that drunk and talked into sex a majority here would have screemed 'Rape! There is no consent under influence. Park Shi Hoo's case proved the point. I have a real problem for that situation to not be seen as "rape". I agree with Newbie, there is absolutely no consent under influence. It's like the writers are really trying to avoid the situation now..
I get its a rom com but I rather something happens to hh at least.. If the shoe were on the other foot and Hyun hee was a man who plied a woman with drinks only to get her drunk enough to sleep with her, no one would have a problem calling it rape. It's because Hyun hee is a woman that there are qualms calling it what it is. And it IS rape, very akin to date rape when you slip someone a roofie only to render them incoherent and unable to give full consent to the act of sex.
This kind of gender bias truly does drive me bonkers and I'm a woman. The same standard for men should be applied to women as well. I hear people excusing Hyun hee because they say she was sincere to Hoon Dong, but let me put it another way. Would Hoon Dong have slept with Hyun hee if he weren't stack raving drunk? Obviously not, as he wasn't interested in her like that. He still had Jang mi on his mind. If Hyun hee's sincerity was enough to justify her actions, then Se ah and Yeo reum are also justified in their actions towards our lead couple, and I'm sure I'll hear an uproar because everyone wants the main couple to end up together.
My argument, is that the same standards should apply to all regardless of the person involved. If Se ah is classified as bat shit crazy because she would do anything for love, so also is Hyun hee, just because she succeed where Se ah failed does not make her any more likeable or sympathetic. And just because Hoon Dong was a dick to Jang mi does not excuse Hyun hee, either. This may be an unpopular opinion However, no one forced HoonDong to take those drinks Could she have been the bigger person and said "let's not do anything because he does not seem to be thinking coherently right now"?
But is she to blame? Did she "rape" him? I say absolutely not. When it comes to alcohol, I say you should know your limits. If you drink too much and do something you regret, that's all on you. Would it be ok if she hadn't stopped with stealing the sperm from her drunken victim, but gone on to take his wallet as well? Even aside from legality, the girl is vile and manipulative pretending to get an abortion? She is vile and manipulative. I just don't think "rape" is the accurate description of what happened. Hoon was drinking to vent out his frustration and pain.. At least by US law, if a man and a woman have sex while a woman is under the influence, then it is rape and it's on the man.
The power dynamic is slightly different when it's a woman with a man, but I'm not excluding that case. I'm saying that the majority of cases are men raping women. And in most cases the point of it is power over the victim, not for sex. Also as an aside, in most of those cases, there is an argument that many of those men also feature sexual dysfunction. Why is it different with a woman with a man versus a man with a woman?
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It's like saying black people are racist--they can be discriminatory, but they can't be racist. The power dynamic has been and will probably be for a long time that men have power over women, especially coming out of an agricultural society. Men have more power in organizations and social circles. For example, how women are treated when she sleeps with someone else versus that of a man.
As it stands, South Korean law does not have the drunk part of the law, which is how Park Si Ho could admit his wrongdoing and get away with what in US courts would give him serious jail time. I believe it's a , even for admitting it, but I'm sketchy on particulars of US law and it may vary by state. I'm unclear on Japan, though I think it is after that long held sexual abuse case where a sexual abuser forced a girl to marry him.