I really like the restaurant! I'm so proud of In-chul. He actually started a business! The whole family is proud of him. I liked how there was a cake and the family sat down together and celebrated. I am also glad Mi-jung is working with In-chul.
I think it was stupid of Mi-Jung to quit her job. Couldn't she have helped him pay off the air conditioner as an accelerated pace from her salary at the Mart? It was just an excuse to be with him all day, I think.
Yoo In-Chul! Bic-to-ry! I'm so pleased for him. He just needed a push to make something of himself.
Good point about Mi-jung, though, Catalpa. . . . On second thought, though, he probably wouldn't have accepted the money since he wants to pay for everything himself, so the only way she could help him was to quit and then tell him, then work to make the store a success.
They only have three tables. How can they make enough? Their menu is not for take-out, because the noodles would get soggy, and the customer cooks it. Hope Mi-jung has some good ideas. Maybe they can fit in a counter and some stools, and cook to order in the kitchen.
They should get more tables just in case there will be more customers.
I also thought that IC's restaurant looked like Hye-ran's mom's restaurant in OMR. That was so nice of In-kyung to open up a restaurant business for her mother-in-law. But then again, her mother-in-law was very nice to her unlike SM to Hee-joo and In-young.
Don’t know if this will fill in any gaps (maybe some of this got cut from the Chicago broadcast) but here’s what I remember:
In-chul had gotten busted by his family after getting caught with the motorcycle, and Father had demanded that he sell it. Sympathetic Grandfather secretly gave In-chul some money to prove to his father that he’d “sold” the bike – but he (and Grandpa) soon got caught in the lie.
Father and Aunt were furious, but Grandfather defended his actions by saying that he wanted his grandson to be a “manly man” and that he would be ashamed if his grandson was too afraid to ride a motorcycle. In response, In-chul’s father reluctantly gave in, saying that if In-chul wanted it that badly, he could keep it.
In-chul, though, suffered from such guilt over the whole thing that he sold it a few days later.
Thank you, Mikey, I was a bit confused about the motorbike myself.
I think it's all right and good that Mijung quit her job and joined as a partner with Inchul. They are planning to partner for life, they need to build that life together. Besides, she's the one who will insure his success. She's a whole lot better at business and good money management that that foolish boy.
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."