I hope I spelled their names right. Anyway, why do you think it is that he doesn't love her anymore? Is it just a case of growing up and moving on? Or did all the troubles with her father kill his love for her? Like, he just got tired of fighting and moved on? I don't think it's unbelievable that he doesn't love her, but I wonder if there is a reason for it that might be overcome. After all, they were childhood sweethearts and they liked each other exclusively for about 15 years. It's difficult to see scenes like the one in the hospital yesterday where she said she knew he didn't love her anymore but she still wanted to hear him say it again.
I still think Kyung-ku loves Hong-yeon. He is just denying his love for her because of all the pain and suffering he had to go through in the past. Also because Kyung-sook strongly dislikes Hong-yeon's father and doesn't want her brother to ever get involved with Hong-yeon again. Their lovestory is so sad.
Post by CaptainVideo on Jun 2, 2006 1:40:46 GMT -5
I think he still loves her, but if people are being thrown in jail just for disagreeing with the President or "passing false rumors", I'd keep it to myself, too. Also, didn't he know that she had gotten married (although he wasn't informed of the divorce, miscarriage and nervous breakdown)? You have to know when to move on. Besides, Kyunsook said she'd disown him if he visited her again (which he did without her knowledge, and despite telling Hongyeon's father to take a flying leap when he begged him to visit her). From the previews of the next episode and also the fact that Kyungmin got her to smile, I have hope for the two of them. Kyungmin seems to have planted the seeds of hope and put her on the road to recovery so that she can reunite with her love. I was so touched to find that she still had the etched rock he gave her as a keepsake when she moved from the village many years ago.
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