We're left to wait another whole week while pondering yet another shocker: Why would HJ suddenly decide she doesn't need to hold onto her dear son after all!? It looked like she was willing to let Youngtae go, as long as she could at least get Eunpyo out of the deal. Now all bets are off. It seems like the perfect match for her would be Hyun-pil, who just like her, is willing to give up the love of his life just to make somebody else happy. The problem is, Young-tae apparently still can't figure out why he ever was in love with Nayoung!
Post by fantasticeel on Sept 8, 2003 21:43:41 GMT -5
It's interesting that this show is bringing issues of class and education into the drama, i.e. contrasting the lifestyles of Young-Tae's families. I think even though Hyun-Pil and Hyun-Ja have similar personalities (and the same first syllables in their names ) it would be hard for them to be together since he is the president of a corporation and she's an "uneducated" lower class person. The gap is too large.
Personally, I think Young-Tae should go back to Hyun-Ja and Na-Young should marry Hyun-Pil. Young-Tae could still visit with family #1, and then everyone would be happy (kind of)...
Another factor to consider is the feelings of Minju. She certainly isn't the accommodating type her mother is, and I figure after missing her father for 7 years, she won't be so crazy about sharing him with a young stranger, half-brother or not. If she resents Hyun-pil for wanting to marry her mother, surely she'll resent anyone else who has married her father.