Yi Kyung walks by the living room and looks at family pictures on the stands. President Ma claims she grew close to Doo Rim and now really wants her around. Halmoni grabs him some fish like Doo Rim did before and he says they are so alike. Unbalanced, Yi-deum can only nod in agreement.
One day the mother kicks her out of the house or she is being sold or something. Especially since she consistently showed very little remorse about everything.
Min-jung tells Yi-deum and Jin-wook that there is no one at this salon by that name, and protectively places a hand over her very unexpected pregnancy bump. Or maybe my distaste for Yoo Jung as a character bled into my ability to embrace this Yoo Jung resolution between the boys.
So Yi Kyung arrives just as Doo Rim is freaking out and the two girls stare at each other. She feels such a great connection to this girl and decides to adopt her.
It is about a girl who loses her mother to cancer I think.
He teases her not to wear this and put on her weird make up to scare him. It feels organically grown One of my favorite things about this relationship, is how organically it is portrayed.
Kang Soo sees it and opens the car carrier to take out Coco. He turns and walks away when suddenly a ghostly light appears behind him and the ghost shows up in white.
Doo Rim asks halmoni about going to living in Seoul. President Ma needs Yi Kyung to hang in there now that the wedding date is set. As she steps out, freshly washed, something catches her eye though. Halmoni decides to play matchmaker and tells Doo Rim that they should go to Seoul. At one point in the movie, they are in a court room for a custody issue and the girl puts something on her face to make herself cry to convince the judge to let her stay with the man that raised her.
Yi-deum tries to stare him down, but Sang-yoon rises from his chair, and her eyes involuntarily drop. Doo Rim needs to leave Seoul and process everything that happened. Meanwhile, unbeknownst to Yi-deum, the conniving Sang-yoon is being shown around her apartment, ready for new renters.
She warns the housekeeper to never mention the side residence to Yi Kyung. Doo Rim is happy not to wear high heels anymore or worry about slipping up. Roo Mi changes tactics and gives the Choi housekeeper new cosmetics from the department store before digging for information.
Woo-sung shoots Jin-wook a look of utter betrayal before hightailing it away from court. I also remember stone houses and a barn lot with hogs. Yi-deum sobbing over a bowl of instant noodles. Halmoni says of course and Yi Hyun tells her to stop speaking in jeondaemal with him in the future.
The Choi family is enjoying some tea and this time Kang In is home as well. Which is a very good thing indeed.
Back in the present, Yi-deum brusquely wipes away the tears from her eyes as she reminds herself that nothing useful comes from crying.
Min-jung understands why the lawyers are here, but she warns them that she refuses to go to court, because she still gets chills thinking about Sang-yoon. The girlfriend helps plant garden, cooks, makes bread and helps wife until wife finally leaves. Suddenly Secretary Kim comes in and Kang Joo hides his sweet potato and tries to get rid of Secretary Kim but is spotted eating it.
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Fade Dec 13 am This drama is really great. I really do love the plot and the flow of this drama is really great. This one steals my heart. This drama is my top 3 along with W and The Heirs.
Mar 10, · I said in episode 1 of Bride of the Century that leading lady Yang Jin Sung was doing a decent job playing two characters, the optimistic and caring Doo Rim and the self-absorbed and haughty Yi Kyung.
That opinion really needs to be dialed up a notch after episode 6 ushered in way more Yi Kyung than I can stomach but allowed for a side-by-side comparison of the two characters.
Ok, so this was a bit of a difficult topic for us to handle, because there’s so little to talk about. For starters, we’re not Korean teenaged girls. Kinda makes talking about it more difficult.
Hell: we’re not even Korean! Also kind of an obstacle when it comes to talking about teenage. Avery Apr 18 pm at first i wanted to watch "crazy mom". however my negligence brought me to this drama and having to realize that i was watching "all about my mom" instead.
i continued watching nevertheless. glad to have watched this drama. it brings you varieties of laughter and tears jerking moments. The last few episodes are very heart warming and touching.
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