Post by ovaridedis24 on Sept 7, 2006 1:21:38 GMT -5
Wow, I can't believe it's only the 4th episode. I want to thank you two, Bo and Knov for telling me to give the show a try...I like it, it's pretty funny. I don't really feel like I've missed much. Han Ji Min, as always, is great, especially towards the end of this episode where she's drunk and just all over the place. ;D...I couldn't believe they had the little girl say Eric's cheesy "Do you smell something burning?" line from The Phoenix.
So whose the guy that shows up to tell V.P. Goh Ah Rah that it's good to keep Hyun-seh at the school?
What happened to the title of the show? How come it was called "Kindergarten Love"?
I understand that's an alternate title, ORD, but I don't know why. Does it feature a kindergarten? Are the protagonists experiencing their first love, or re-meeting the first love from kindergarten? Time will tell. Or I guess someone else will...
From Dae Jang-geum: Sun-dol: "Are you trying to dry me up and kill me? Why do you say the same things over and over every day? Rather, come and hit me once! Aigu!" But then: Dr. Lazarus: "By Grabthar's hammer, by the suns of Warvan... You shall be avenged."
Post by soapygrams on Sept 7, 2006 22:31:34 GMT -5
I understand that's an alternate title, ORD, but I don't know why. Does it feature a kindergarten? Are the protagonists experiencing their first love, or re-meeting the first love from kindergarten? Time will tell. Or I guess someone else will...Bo
;D Good guess Bo --- so far MOST of the plot revolves around a kindergarten school ... so that title would make a lot more sense to me than Great Expectations LOL ... I've watched 2 eps so far and I do like the story and it seems to have a depth just hinted at so far ... hope I can continue to tune it in on Wed/Ths pm ... it's far superior to anything on "mainstream" tv networks..... as usual LOL
This drama is known by three titles in english. There's "Great Inheritance", "Great Expectations", and "Kindergarten Love". The most accurate one is "Great Inheritance". For some reason KBS America/World decided to call it "Kindergarten Love".
BTW, there's also the babelfish translation for the title which is "The miscarriage which is great". Gotta love babelfish.
I saw only a little because the reception was so bad, but it sounded like the young thug who is also teaching at the kindergarten had inherited the land? And his boss wants to raze the school and develop it, and the businessman-rival wants it to be a park for kids. ?? There's a lot of threats and posturing but no one calls in the police or lawyers, they just threaten back. Even the principal. ??
That's pretty much what I picked up from the two episodes I watched of this show as well, Ginny. Looks like the VP is going to go through and sell out to the Business guys. Guess she would rather see it in their hands than that Gangster turned teacher.