So-rim gets the same text and discovers that her group is all over the news with a surprise debut. It reminded me on why I love kdramas so much. She recognizes that it's okay to experience emotions like jealousy as long as you don't let it dictate your actions. I really love how balanced So-rim is as a character. It's never pleasant to have another one butting in something important that you do, no matter how better they are. Overall it's setting things up nicely and I like the Han Kyeol admits that things were real and that he has changed a lot. I've been that student before and it's happened at least once every year I take a lot of modules in school, with different project groups for each module.
Her idea is to pair So-rim with another band to make the best use of her voice. I was re-watching this drama from Episode 1 Yes, I'm addicted , and I only just realized that the scene where he puts on his hoody and runs away from the phone booth is made to look like the scene where he gives her the umbrella at the bus stop and runs away. I usually just read the comments, not the name, I totally did not realize goddess-minion-sailorjumun did the first comment. I was waiting for Chan Young to answer the reporter's question since it wouldn't be a lie coming from his mouth as he does play his own instrument, but Chan Young shooting daggers at the reporter was a bonus. This is like Sorim coming into Crude Play's life at a time when nobody is happy, and I believe she's going to change everything by the end of the drama. Yet then doesn't let he explain, and then gets ticked off about the inspiration for the song. At first, I wondered why the likes of Choi Min Soo, Lee Jun Jin and Im Ye Jin would be willing to take part in a teen high school romance.
If he wasn't interested, why would he force himself to join the band? However Hangyul is too music-minded. Chanyoung feels inferior to Hangyul. Both of them wants to shine in what they do, that is why I think chan young is so intent on producing mush and co because he doesn't want to be remembered as the replacement. Yes, I remember that time. The problem is that's just going to make her fall for him all over again.
Up your game because now 's coming your time to go to So Rim. I know your name makes it obvious, but I just had to ask anyway. I know it was comedic relief, but I still appreciated the slight realism there. I think he was very well-cast for this role. The two other romances in the story finally got some development in this episode.
Later, Chan-young drops her off at her house, and Han-gyul — who had been waiting for her — watches So-rim bid Chan-young a smiling goodnight. The entertainment industry itself doesn't have a lot of variety shows for females in general. She clearly only likes him know that he's semi famous, and sees him as a way to get to her oppa crush. But this is so climax material, I wonder if we can get some bromance before last episode. Looks like she's definitely following her manga origin. He becomes the producer for So-rim's band, and begins to fall for her. Though I am relieved it is all out in the open! That absolutely tugged on my heart because he's being so careful but 100% putting himself between them and the thing he thinks is hurting them.
Phew, i made it on time before the update. Pfffft when they both tried to act like they didn't totally want to be paired with each other. So-rim finally gets her perfect date. This one, I stuck until episode 10 so it must be doing something right. I remember he had another funny scene with the Crude Play boys in the beginning. I just want him to choose both like so rim said she would. The writing really unravelled a lot of nuances from just this one song: it was originally a sad memory for Han-gyul, but So-rim's unexpected appearance turned it into hope.
If you noticed, HanKyul gets upset when two things are involved, aka his father and music. I want to hug So Rim for keeping her promise. He offers him a ride home, but Han-gyul just wants to know if So-rim is all right. Without support or encouragement, they keep practicing so that they can play their own songs live on stage one day, as every musicians dreams of doing. I was so mad that she forced Sorim to show her the phone call. And all So-rim had to say was that she'll listen to it later, cause she's jealous.
If even that's not worth listening to, why would they debut such a band? I loved how Sorim expresses herself. They they could easily use these things as excuses to not take others into consideration, however they are among the nicest, most genuine people I know. Despite no credentials as a producer or songwriter, Chan Young has arrogantly grabbed onto a young girl as a means to his own path. Which is why they were so offended when Hangyul suggested they handsynced when they said they had no time to practice. This episode made me discover Joy's acting potential. For me, the way I see it, Sorim was heartbroken because: - she really really loved the song, and since she connects music to people, that song made her love Hangyul. Hangyul just deals with the resentment differently, by throwing all of himself into something else.
There were several moments where her inexperienced really showed, and her acting looked like she was forcing herself, but for the first time, there were also several moments where she really impressed me with how natural and nuanced she made it seem. Time to whip out a candle app. I feel bad for him, because no one deserves to feel lonely and worthless. Lee Hyun Woo was also adorable in his role. Lol at destroying that shoe-lace-tying cliché, it's so hilarious. They started off on different grounds to begin with.