I could cry watching Jae-do. His situation is so hard for him, he's embarrassed to tell his family, and he works so hard. Then he has be polite to customers no matter how they behave. On top of that, he gives away his lunch to a homeless man. (Not to mention having to out-maneuver the traffic cops.
Was a scene cut out yesterday? Wasn't his wife supposed to be trailing him or something like that from the day before's previews? That's why she comes out to the bus stop to meet and greet him... I'm so glad that he found such a wonderful wife who won't put him down like Na-Ra does. She's such a wonderful mother. I just wish Dajung would appreciate that a bit more.
Yeah, I wondered how she could trail him if she stays home. How can she find him? Unless there was more to the homeless man's letter than they translated for us. It did seem like a whole page of writing.
There was a lot missing between the time she told her MIL she was leaving the house and when he got off work! It was established that she was out of the house all day, but we didn't see what she did in between.
Jae-do is talking to the homeless man. We see that Min-sook has followed him, and she sees that he is a parking attendant.
Grandma goes to Jae-ok's thinking Min-sook has gone there. The two of them have coffee, and talk.
At Ki-woong's office, Cider Park comes in with a pair of tickets to something. No one wants to go with him, until Ki-woong agrees.
Yu-jung is pacing, watching the clock. Byung-do calls her, and she answers, suddenly sounding tired and sick. He seems to berate her for not coming along. After they hang up, she starts practicing dancing, but gets tangled up in her skirt, falling on the couch. The phone rings again, and she starts sounding tired again, but it's Ok-doo. They exchange a few words, but then Ok-doo says she has to go (Jae-man has just entered the cafe). Yu-jung wonders about this.
Byuong-doo is at the dance studio. An older woman is teaching him. He is very nervous and uncertain about his steps.
Then we see Jae-man in the cafe with Ok-doo, and the rest we saw.
They didn't say what Min-sook was doing the rest of the day.
I haven't been following this drama regularly, but my heart goes out to Jae-do who lost his job, takes an inferior position where he's treated like trash, and doesn't tell his family to keep them from worrying. I feel sorry for him because his daughter is a miserable little wench who puts him down while he does so much for her.
I think Jae-do reflects the older adults in our society who lose a job, then try to overcome the loss of dignity by taking a menial job. Jae-do is an honorable man who puts his family first. He even gives lunch to a homeless man showing how compassionate he is.