Hae-in's father is such a tyrant! The previews showed him punishing his wife by making her hold her hands above her head (kneeling too?). Unbelievable! Wish his wife had 4 brothers. Too bad she can't go for counseling to Hee-soo's aunt from My Precious Child.
Last Edit: Jan 13, 2006 19:45:44 GMT -5 by ginnycat5
I don't like Hae-in's father. He's so mean to his wife! He said for his wife to clean the chimney. It's like he treats her like a maid rather than his own wife. She should do something to teach him a lesson.
Yeah, it's Sunday, and he wants her to clean the patio again altho she cleaned it on Saturday. What did he say, "Seoul is dusty," so why should she clean it every day, he gets the day off, shouldn't she get a day off too? Grrr.
Last Edit: Jan 13, 2006 21:55:08 GMT -5 by ginnycat5
I think it's sort of to put her in her place. I can see her being exactly like Nara before she married Byung-do. Because of his stern nature, she probably mellowed down. She did mention something about being a princess or something to that affect in her family and then she's being treated this way by byung-do. But, he should know when enough's enough.
Without spoiling anything, you'll start to see Byung-do smile and actually laugh more... albeit not in a Kiwoong-type way. I hope they expand a little more on his and his wife's characters a little more. Maybe tell us just why it is he's so doggone grouchy and anal all the time.
I think it's sort of to put her in her place. I can see her being exactly like Nara before she married Byung-do.
Hmmm . . . I hadn’t considered that!
However (in a scene cut from Chicago’s broadcast, but mentioned in another thread) when Byung-doo handed his sister the money so she could become business partners with the café owner, Yoo-jung made it a point to “inspect” the café, to insure that her husband’s money wasn’t being misspent.
And we all suddenly witnessed the transformation of mousy, trampled-upon Yoo-jung into some kind of Alpha Female, picking at every minor defect she could find, and insisting that café’s paintings, furniture, and even the music just had to go.
Honestly, had you closed your eyes, you would have thought it was Nara storming through the café, rather than Yoo-jung!
Do they know each other yet? We haven't seen it. The wives have been friends for a long time, I think. Where are you watching? In Chicago, we're on episode 14 or something. Anyhow, we are behind other stations.
On second thought, Byung-do knows Jae-man is a playboy and strongly disapproves of his adultery, especially if his son takes after him.
Last Edit: Feb 5, 2006 13:09:19 GMT -5 by ginnycat5