After such a great previous episode focusing on Jin Hee and Kye Sang, I was disappointed that the show shifted to Kye Sang and Ji Won’s storyline. I guess expecting TWO back-to-back episodes centered on Jin Hee’s relationship with Kye Sang would be too much to expect. However, I did appreciate how the tone of Ji Won and Kye Sang’s relationship now seems more rooted as one between a physician and his patient. The brief–waaaay too brief–moments of playfulness between Kye Sang and Jin Hee left me wanting more. 🙁 However, I’m encouraged that the writers are still keeping that storyline alive and developing, albeit at a turtle’s pace for my taste. LOL.
This episode, despite my desire for more Jin Hee/Kye Sang time, surprised me with its depth. Developing the medical relationship between Ji Won and Kye Sang reminds the reader that Kye Sang also views Ji Won as a patient, not just as an adorable younger neighbor that he can treat as a sister. And we finally get to hear the full story of Ji Won’s father’s death. The sheer terror and psychological trauma Ji Won must have experienced, endured, and “overcome” explains a lot about her current personality–independent, unconcerned about the smaller things in life, etc.
As for the Nae Sang storyline…sigh…need I say more? The man is such a complex bundle of humanity. LOL. Just when you think he’s a responsible, mature head of the household, he descends into irrational silliness that’s great for viewing at the end a work day. LOL. Yes, Nae Sang…Please continue to entertain us with your silliness!
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