I’ve never been a fan of scheming people and have been patiently biding my time for the proverbial “other shoe” to drop…and it looks as though that patience has finally paid off. YEEEEEESSSSSSSS~!
Our younger “Casanova”–or shall I say “reformed” Casanova–finally learns the truth about the girl who’s been pushing and pulling with all her might to drag him to the altar. And in my opinion, his revelation couldn’t have come at a better time!
Source: SBS (here).
“재우는 인성의 도움으로 프러포즈를 준비하고, 식구들을 모두 초대한자리에서 다정에게 프러포즈를 한다. 한편, 인우는 약혼식날 식을 올리기 직전에 소이가 계획적으로 인우에게 접근 했다는 사실을 알게되는데…”
English Translation: By Snoopy’s Twinkie
“With In Sung’s help, Jae Woo makes preparations for his proposal, and he invites all the family members and proposes to Da Jung in front of them. Meanwhile, on the day of his engagement, just before the engagement ceremony itself, In Woo discovers the truth that So Yi deliberately planned things so that she can get close to In Woo…”
Yes! *pumps fist and romps around the room in triumphant glee*
On the Jae Woo front, it looks as though the Seo family tradition will hold with the elder son marrying first. *beams*
On the In Woo front…we got glimpses in Episode 32 of In Woo’s awareness that So Yi won’t fit well with his family, but this new “revelation” may just be the turning point for him. No matter how he felt about So Yi’s background or the circumstances that he found himself in with her in the past, he’s always tolerated and even looked upon So Yi with fondness because he thought that she was “sincere” and “genuine.” Now that he realizes she manipulated certain situations and schemed to purposely place herself in his life, I’m hoping that he’ll run…and run hard and fast for safety! Anywhere is fine as long as it is FAR AWAY FROM SO YI!
*resumes normal sane blogger mode*
To all of us on the Sincere-Woman-For-In-Woo campaign, things are looking up for him! Having laid down such a solid foundation for In Woo’s character as a good brother and friend, the writer had better do right by In Woo and write him a truly “sincere” and “genuine” counterpart whom he can love. Given So Yi’s track record of scheming and manipulating, the writer is going to have to do some MAJOR damage control if she’s going to convince us that So Yi is “worthy” of In Woo.
Personally, I would prefer that Writer Moon Hee Jung simply write So Yi out of the story and introduce a new love interest.
Whuh? We still have a good 16 episodes left. It’s been done before. *shrugs*
Too bad that I don’t live in Korea and exert influence on legions upon legions of rabid fangirls and fanboys to “suggest” to the writer the need for a new In Woo love interest. 😉
Ah well…Here’s hoping that this weekend’s journey into Glorious Day is just a “glorious” as ever! 😉