I do feel sorry for Mi-jung. I wish she would stop suppoting his new relationship! I would just try to ignore him and get on with my life. Why doesn't she just go back to her hometown and forget about him? I think that is the best solution, so that way, she would not have to be bothered by him at work.
Mi-jung should get over In-chul, but she really cares about him. More than Sun-mi does, I think. But Mi-jung shouldn't leave just because of In-chul. Mi-jung should continue working and studying so she can go to college. If In-chul is already happy with Sun-mi then he should leave Mi-jung alone. Mi-jung spends her lunch hours studying and In-chul is always the one to go bother her at the table.
in-chul likes them both. he's attracted to sun-mi because she represents a carefree woman who has her life in total control he has this "hot older woman" thing going on when it comes to her he has fun with her. with mi-jung he's attracted to her sensitivity, her compassion for him. he knows that she cares about him and he uses that to his advantage. he knows that mi-jung will always be there for him.
eventually he would have to choose and it will come down to weather or not he likes to have a good time or if he's willing to settle down and act like an adult
I'm so disappointed with the Sun-mi & In-chul relationship. Here I was all along rooting for those two to hook-up. Now I realize that the relationship is not working. I think In-chul is giving it his all (maybe he's giving too much into the relationship?). But Sun-mi needs to be more serious if she wants to pursue the relationship. She does like In-chul, but she can't seem to be serious at all. It makes me look at the relationship as if it were a total joke.
I would like to see In-chul and Mi-jung get together now. I think Mi-jung is better for In-chul because she seems like she's become more serious now. I didn't like her before because she lied to In-chul that she was pregnant. But now I like Mi-jung a lot because I'm really proud of her that she's handling work and school at the same time.
Before the flash forward, Mi-jung was so embarrassed when she said she would like to be a good wife and be good to (or ?) her brotherinlaw and sistersinlaw -oops-guess who's family she's imagining. Wonder why Sun-mi's mother was wearing a hanbok to visit, I almost thought it was for a wedding.
lovely said: I would like to see In-chul and Mi-jung get together now. I think Mi-jung is better for In-chul because she seems like she's become more serious now. I didn't like her before because she lied to In-chul that she was pregnant. But now I like Mi-jung a lot because I'm really proud of her that she's handling work and school at the same time.
hold up!! i never knew why inchul treated mijung so meanly. she lied that she was pregnant?!? when? why?
I think In-Chul has some feelings for Mi-Jung, too. Like when he was looking after her as she ran into her school building after dropping her off. And she's still as in love with him as ever. When they were drinking together and In-Chul was asking for help with Sun-Mi, she kept drinking each time before she spoke, like she needed it to keep acting the way she was acting and talking the way she was talking.
I'm so proud of Mi-jung! Going to college was the best thing she could do for herself. As for the In-chul/Sun-mi relationship, I'm very disappointed in Sun-mi. I though it was wrong of her to tell In-chul she doesn't want to get married. It's clear Mi-jung is best choice for him, but do you think her grades will start to slip if she dates him, or do you think she is strong enough to stay the course?
Maybe Sun-mi's mom was wearing hanbok because she's a country person, and I think they do still wear the traditional dress more often out in the sticks. She probably was wearing a nice one because she wanted to dress up for the city.
It's clear Mi-jung is best choice for him, but do you think her grades will start to slip if she dates him, or do you think she is strong enough to stay the course?
I was kinda worried about that, too. If this whole In-Chul/ Sun-mi does indeed fall apart like it seems like it will and In-Chul asks Mi-Jung out, will Mi-Jung stay her strong, determined self or soften because she finally has her "weakness?" Also, if she agrees to start dating right away, do you think he'll like her less? Because, with his relationship with Sun-Mi, i think part of the reason he was attracted was because she didn't like him right away like that, whereas in Mi-Jung's case, its always obvious she has feelings for him.