Post by kathleen34 on Feb 21, 2005 12:15:52 GMT -5
I just played my tape of EP #24... We must have different OST WLS.. I have both the CLASSIC and the OST .. they ARE different... and the music playing when Joonsang is throwing all those things away is definitely the very beautful #11 on the OST. The first time it showed up on WLS is when Sanghgyuk was running inbewteen traffic ...but the ocean scene is #11... can't read the title because it's in Korean. On this OST the only piece written in english is My Memory....
I guess there might be a variation on a theme for OST.
geema Your hands are so pretty. Your cheeks are so pretty." Eunha answers back to Andrea, "You are pretty all over".
Oh my god.. I'm such a dork. Kathleen, you're right. The song playing when Bae Yong Jun throws the necklace, camera, etc. into the water isn't Moment.
There's a reason why I thought it was Moment though. There's a music video for the song which uses scenes from the drama. That scene is in the video. When I thought about that scene the song Moment came to mind because of the video. I have the drama so I should've double checked it before posting.
Back on the track here. I watched Episode 24 again this morning and two questions arose.
When Mihee and Sanghyuk's dad were coming down the stairs from the coffee house (?), Mihee tells Dad that a lover believes everything his beloved tells him. The difference between Dad and Hyunsoo was that Dad loved her and Hyunsoo did not. Is she saying "I'm feeding you a line about who JS's father is and because you love me you believe me."? He recalls that later and then decides to get the blood test.
And what must Sanghyuk have thought when he enters JS's hospital room to find his dad there. He probably didn't see that his dad was just about to reach out to stroke JS's hair or something, but just the fact that his dad was there must have sent some message. Dad and JS really hadn't had much contact with each other, as far as Sanghyuk knew, and yet here was Dad as the only visitor.
Back when Joon-sang and Sang-hyuk were in high school, Sang-hyuk had his own grudges against Joon-sang. There was one episode when Sang-hyuk was enraged saying that Joon-sang took everything from him. He took Yu-jin and even his dad. Sang-hyuk knew that Joon-sang was a student of his father's back then, but after walking into the hospital room seeing his dad with Joon-sang...maybe Sang-hyuk was a little puzzled. I still think Joon-sang is Sang-hyuk's half-brother, not Yu-jin's.
As someone else has said, the ending is surprising yet inevitable.
As is probably obvious to you all, I'm driving myself crazy trying to guess. To me, the plot points toward a happy ending, but then, when I hear about how nuts people are for this drama in Asia, esp. Japan, I think that the only thing that would make such a strong and lasting impression is a tragic ending. Today, I'm leaning toward tragedy. Plus, this is WINTER Love Song, and there hasn't been any action that hasn't taken place in winter, but winter's almost totally over in the show, so, sadly, it makes sense that the "love song" would be over, too.
Unless . . . maybe if it were SO romantic and swoony that everyone's totally caught up in it. . . . I can't imagine what the surprise and inevitability will entail. I'm almost afraid to watch! (but no way am I going on that spoiler thread.)
I haven't been that happy with the endings of most of the Korean dramas I've watched; I hope this will be an exception.
I'm almost afraid to watch! (but no way am I going on that spoiler thread.)
Lucy, I know exactly what you mean. I'm afraid that the ending is going to be something that I wasn't expecting (ex. Damo) and I'm going to sit there and cry (yes I will cry). Monday morning when I came in to work I was so close to going to the spoiler thread, I figured I might as well find out now, get it out of my system and find out the truth. BUT I resisted the temptation, andnow I can't wait til tomorrow. I have a feeling tomorrow is going to be one of those days that drags.