So, you guys, I seriously am going nuts. I’ve heard that song in episode 7 of Plus Nine Boys which I’ve heard a million times before, but now I just can’t put it together. It’s around minute 30 I think, when all the kids and the mother are sitting on the couch and the mother says to Dong gu that he has a coming commercial and he begins to pose/walk. That’s the minute where this song (I know it’s American) comes on. It reminds me of Coldplay and I’ve listened to it so often, but now I really just can’t remember it. Does anyone, please?
With only two episodes left there is a lot to resolve. I’m still not sure with whom she will end up or if she does end up with anyone at all, because it seems like Hyun Myung is the first lead, but Ha Ni is after Shi kyung in episode 8 (with two episodes to go, I wonder how that will work?)
I’m still not sure with whom I want her to end up with, I tend to Shi Kyung, but Hyun Myung makes absolutely more sense. Ha Ni has a crush on Shi Kyung, thinks he is attractive but they didn’t really get enough scenes to get to know each other for real, which makes me wonder what Shi Kyung sees in Ha Ni? He obviously likes her bubbly personality and that she makes him smile, but is that all? Besides the unresolved buisness with Jin Ah/Ha Ni and who his underwater saviour really is.
With Hyun Myung it actually makes sense, because they got to know each other, were enemies before and now friends. They show each other their good and bad sides, especially Ha Ni can show her true aggressive self which she tries to hide from Shi Kyung. It’s based on more than looks. Besides the fact that he is the first of the two to know she is a mermaid and still tries to protect her secret (preview episode 9).
If it follows the book, of course she turns into foam and disappears because her prince loved someone else, but in this case Shi Kyung actually likes Ha Ni and not his supposed saviour. It makes me wonder how they will make Ha Ni fall in love with Hyun Myung in just two episodes if it’s not Shi Kyung? Or is it true love=destiny, meaning that no matter what she falls in love with Hyun Myung?
Based on what we see in episode 1, Ha Ni (now with a new hair cut), looks sad while walking on the beach and before turning into foam gives a man clad in a suit/shirt her hand before disappearing. This would mean we would get no real happy ending, since it’s a rom-com I’ll dispose of that idea, but the option stands. Furthermore is it confusing, because she obviously connected with one of the guys but still turns into foam and I don’t get the new hair cut? A Flashfoward or one of those “I-broke-up-with-my-boyfriend-so-I-cut-my-hair” thing?
And more importantley, I don’t know if any of you saw, but Ha Ni actually walks through the water on the beach without turning into a mermaid? What’s with that? Could it actually be, that she turns into foam (she looks sad because she thinks she dies) after having met her true love just to return as a human being?
I have a feeling that the suit cladded man is Hyun Myung, because they really focuse on that white suit shirt (which could mean Hyun Myung finally found a good job) and Shi Kyung mostly wears them up to his sleeve.
Still, I want Shi Kyung and Ha Ni, because I just love seeing him laugh and I adore how bubbly she is around him. After all, the “real” little mermaid didn’t give up on her prince too and if he knew she saved him, he definitely would have loved her back (it was his reason of loving and marrying the other girl, he thought she saved him). So I have hope that this time around our prince and mermaid have their happy ending because the prince actually likes the mermaid and not the supposed saviour.
Does this make me a bad fan ???
So I really want to watch
“my lovable girl ” but I can’t because of the plot of the drama
it’s just the whole thing of falling in love with your girlfriends little sisters is just so wrong to me .
So am I a bad person for not watching it ??
I think the summary is kinda bad written, because there is so much more to it. He has no intention of falling in love with her, he only feels guilt and wants to help his girlfriends little sister who is all alone and doesn’t live too well. It’s more like she falls in love with him, not knowing that he is her sisters ex boyfriend. I actually already feel the pain knowing when this comes out it will be a huge blow to Se Na. Especially because Se Na reminds him a lot about So Eun (which may makes her think he only likes her because of her similarity with So Eun).
I’m actually not a fan of such plots too, but here I really enjoy it. Moreover because it appears like So Eun wants both of them to be happy (for example “sees” Hyun Wook So Eun and follows her, only to be led to Se Na who is in danger). It’s not only about Hyun Wook who feels guilty about her death and wants to help her sister, but wee see that Se Na misses her sister greatly too and that she has a hard time coping with it.
I really enjoy it so far.
When I think about the moment Se Na finally fully falls in love with Hyun Wook and then finds out he is her deads sister’s boyfriend, I could cry already.
Just think about it: She falls in love with him, thinking that he seriously likes her the same way too, only to find out he does it out of guilt. And than think about the moment Hyun Wook really falls in love with her, only for it to be more complicated because Se Na doesn’t know if he really likes her or the Eun So he sees in her? That he just thinks he loves her because of his guilt. I could really see it play out like that and it makes me cry because I’m sure Eun So just wishes for both of their happiness.
I’ve listened to the score and ost of Doctor Stranger, but it seems there are some missing. Does anyone of you know the names of the following scores?
They both (for example) appear in episode 10. The first one is when Cha Jin So searches the house of Park Hoon and after Jae Hee’s apartment. Before that, the Secretary of the Premier asks another guy if the body [Cha Jin So] really couldn’t be found. It often plays when Cha Jin So is involved or generally any North Korean plot.
The second one is in the same episode after the Secretary gets yelled by the Premier because Hoon nearly told the President what was going on. The Secretary guy then sits in the hospital and the score starts while he remembers the things the Premier did.
Does anyone know them, please?
Toby graduated that police academy in like 3 days
have you every seen the police officers there? they have statistically -100 closed cases
For those who firmly believe Alison can’t be A: Mona died because she told the Liars that she had prove Alison is part of it. If there was absolutely no truth to it why would A kill her? Or for those who believe Mona went into hiding, why would she suddenly do so when she told the Liars she would show them prove? There has to be some truth behind it, otherwise her death would be meaningless and I doubt that Marlene would let Mona die such a meaningless death. If one deserves a death with good purpose it’s Mona.
And even if in the end she isn’t A, it doesn’t matter because we saw in the last episodes what a bitch she still is and you know what? I love it. Finally back to the roots. Alison is not made to be the good, needy and whiny cry baby, she is made to be the most uniqe Liar of them all. I’m happy that they follow the books in the real important plots and even if she doesn’t have a twin, at least she should be the manipulative bitch the show began with.
Anonymous asked: You are overdoing it with saying their chemistry was great. I read her lines lessened because there was little chemistry with the three leads of the Heirs.
AH. Could it be your the same anon just writing me twice?? It seems suspicious that I have always two asks in a short time from the same “two” anons with the same type of argument written.
Why am I overdoing it? I personally think they have great chemistry (great chemistry, great chemistry, great chemistry, great chemistry, great chemistry, great chemistry, great chemistry, great chemistry, great chemistry, great chemistry, great chemistry, great chemistry, great chemistry, great chemistry, great chemistry, great chemistry). And I’ve read and saw that KIm Woo Bin And Kim Ji Won think they have great chemistry and want to work in a romance together. I think I believe my own eyes more than what those shipper based translators sometimes translate. I’ve read a lot of false information there. But give me the link please? If that was said than it must be all over google when I search for it? And if you have please give me the Original interview too (Only if possible of course). It’s not changing my view because it’s not Kim Ji Won’s fault if the chemistry came across as bad, but rahter the character’s fault. Rachel Yoo is cold hearted and therefore it’s hard to have any chemistry with her. Of course that wasn’t easy. That doesn’t mean the actors and actresses have overall no chemistry. But I must say it’s true with Lee Minho, they don’t really fit. Park Shin Hye is okay-ish but I think Kim Ji Won and Kim Woo Bin fit really well and had great chemistry, especially since Rachel was a really complicated cold hearted person. And I loved her and Lee Jong Suk in High Kick 3. I’m not saying you should ship it or am trying to make you, if you don’t like it than just ignore my posts because it’s not gonna stop me from wanting this.
And because I like this gif, here it is again:
I’m sorry if I was rude here anon, really, but this just feds me up real bad, because it’s my opinion and I don’t really give a shit about what non shippers of those want. Go in your own circles and discuss your anti Kim Ji Won hate there please or at least be nice about it when asking me. Otherwise like you see I can be real shitty too.