That won't last, though. Jisu just has to fall in love with Hiro and realize it, and then struggle with her family over Japanese inlaws. Wonder how long it'll take to uncover the connection to Mrs. Guk. (I hope there really is one!)
His mother is being ridiculous, imo. What's the point of saying I want him to be happy, so I can't let him marry the woman he loves, just let him find another one?!?! Sure, it's as easy as buying a new bag of potato chips.
Post by PippiBella on Aug 22, 2009 14:38:09 GMT -5
wedding was beautiful even though the sulking parents were not there. I am so happy for them, they really deserve to be happy!!!
Sooner or later we begin to understand that love is more than verses on valentines and romance in the movies. We begin to know that love is here and now, real and true, the most important thing in our lives. For love is the creator of our favorite memories and the foundation of our fondest dreams. Love is a promise that is always kept, a fortune that can never be spent............
Yeah, I agree--I wish we had seen more of the wedding. After all they went through to get there, it would have been nice, and only fitting. But it sure is good to see them smiling and happy together. They've certainly earned it. And very cool that they did the tradition thing and put on the traditional clothes and paid respects to the parents.
Can somebody explain something to me? The other night when the parents were having dinner together, Suin's dad said that he knows Suin "doesn't have much to offer" but he hoped the in-laws would accept her anyway. I was floored that anybody would say that about her, especially her own father. But then later on, Suin said the same thing about herself when she was talking to her mom-in-law.
What is it that she doesn't have that she's supposed to have? Are they talking about domestic stuff like cooking skill? I just don't get it. She's a good person--thoughtful, kind, respectful, doesn't run her mouth like SOME people we could mention--and she's attractive, a hard worker and good at her job. Yes, she has the divorce, but apparently she's lacking something else pretty significant, enough for her and her father to say that. Does anybody know what the deal is?
I think being humble is the usual thing for parents (if they have any proper sensibility, that is; won't be GA). I remember hearing that in other dramas. I don't think it's supposed to be taken seriously, although Doctor-Mom believes it, with Suin's divorce and miscarriage. [boo! hiss!]
I've heard that before also. It always seems to be said by the Bride's parents, since the newlyweds usually live with the groom's parents. They ask the new parents, especially the mothers, to teach their daughters well and forgive them for what they don't know.
When someone is introduced at a new job they too always ask others to help them and teach them, no matter what their background and/or experience.
Interesting--thanks for the explanations. It sounds much better to say it in terms of "She has a lot to learn." That's fair and reasonable, and entirely true. Anybody in a new situation has a lot to learn. Saying "doesn't have much to offer" seems almost cruel. But I guess it's the context that matters here.
I need ask a favor and wasn't sure were to post this. After watching this show for months, it looks like I might miss the end. Would it be possible for someone to post a summary of the last three shows? I know that there's a website where I could watch these episodes but my computer is old, and slow, so that doesn't work for me.