After some distance too long, Dan-tae and Joon-soo have in spite of everything joined hands as they'veat all times been intended to do. Their short stint at enemies used to be contrived and ineffective. Their brotherhood is a lot moretough when it's miles in complete bloom and in the gentle of cooperation and friendship. WriterLee Hee-myeong's strength is located in the sweet, kind, and/or funny interactions between characters. Where that strength wanes is in conflict.
Part of the problem centers around the truth that Joon-soo's uncle is, as I havestated before, an impotent villain. With his gauche handling of present affairs I wonder how he controlled to get away suspicion when the common crime occurred. He grossly manhandles the present situation, leaving trails of evidence at the back of him. Either he's taking care of items behind the scenes, or law enforcement is even more incompetent than he. At thesubject of law enforcement, how did Dan-tae get permission to level the set-up to trap Joon-soo's uncle? There has been no mention of prison permissions given and as a attorneyI wouldbe expecting for such things to be mentioned.
AdvertisementTurning to the villain who remains more of afterthought than villain, Gong Mi continues to meddle sans retribution. In spite ofa lot of opportunities during the last nine weeks of airing, she has no longer once been caught, disciplined, or made to suffer the results for her actions. She is most effective pulled on screen when particularlywished - she is a tool, like scissors or a backhoe.
Joon-soo, unlike his uncle or Gong Mi, has retained his core. He is a gentle, fairly gullible guy who changed into swayed throughworry for his family, but, in the end, chooses the proper path. In this episode more than any other we see this manifested in his character, and it made for one of the more poignant moments of the hour. His defense of Dan-tae opposed to an attacker and Joon-soo's reaction to having committed violence whilst at the similar time protective Dan-tae was a ravishingcombine of relief, fear, and determination. His courting alongside Dan-tae is simply equally winning as that between Dan-tae and Gong Shim.
Speaking of our spunky heroine, she has ultimatelyfound out the fact about Dan-tae and his background and his present doings. She is rightfully pissed off that he kept the call of the game and did notpercentage information technology with her. But Creator Lee took the opportunity to mock some of the more not unusual drama tropes. Gong Shim imagines grandma throw either a wad of money and water at her to stay her clear of Dan-tae. In every other imagined scenario,Lee Hong-gibelts out OST hit "I'm Saying" from chaebol drama"The Heirs"as Gong Shim reaches for an not possible Dan-tae, which was value a hearty laugh out loud.
The display is coming to a close this upcoming week and I are expecting for things to wrap up effectively and to finally see Gong Shim walk in public without her schoolgirl wig.
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