tells us what it happened on the last ep.... on kbs world i watched the 157 today..
AnNyEoNg HaSeYo HaNnEuNiM!...."I like strawberry ice cream"... What means strawberry ice cream for you.... I thought I could get anything in this world if I had enough money, but I can't buy time... There's something in this world that's more painful than death... It's letting you go..... Should I ask you to wait until I can get into your heart!
Oh people, warning: if you go to the Spoiler page, you might get things spoiled that you don't want. It was a mistake for me to go there, I didn't find out what I wanted to know and a crucial event got spoiled for me. So be careful.
Post by Lucyunlogged on May 31, 2006 14:31:51 GMT -5
I'm really sorry I gave you a bum tip, evelynk. I assumed that if you wanted one spoiler, you were up for spoilers in general. I didn't think far ahead enough to imagine that you just wanted to know one thing, and since I don't go to the thread myself, I don't know what goes on in there.
A little tardy, and perhaps now useless, but here’s a summary of episode #136. Highlight to read.
There are spoilers for the Chicago crowd, so don’t highlight this unless you want to get spoiled:
* * * * * Nara accidentally discovers Suk-hyun’s DNA test, confirming that he’s not Nara’s son. She goes downstairs and collapses on the sofa. After some thought, she concludes that Min-sook must have been responsible - and now she’s quietly furious.
Suk-hyun calls Jong-nam, who whines about how tough it is to get another job. He runs to her rescue, and suggests that she add “Girlfriend of Well-Being GM, Chang Suk-hyun” to her resume.
In-bum meets with Jong-nam’s mom. He seems resigned to losing her, but she tells him not to give up. He suggests that he could send Jong-nam to England for one year as part of his company's training program. She’s delighted with the idea, not only because it would be good training for Jong-nam, but also because it would get her away from all the chaos at home. But, later, when mom proposes the idea to Jong-nam, she gets turned down flat.
At the family dinner table, Ki-woong informs everybody of the wedding plans. It will cost no more than $10,000, and Ki-woong and Hae-in will pay the entire cost themselves. Mom and dad seem slightly disappointed, but Grandmother praises Hae-in for her intelligence on the matter. And Grandmother is doubly thrilled when she hears that they plan on having a traditional Korean wedding.
At Hae-in’s house, though, Hae-in’s mom isn’t thrilled at all. She had been looking forward to a grand wedding for her daughter, not a low-budget production. She asks (in an accusatory manner) if this was all Ki-woong’s idea. No, Hae-in says, it was HER idea. Hae-in’s dad brightens up, praising Hae-in for her intelligent decision (the cheapskate father praising his cheapskate daughter)? However, suggestions that Ok-doo be sure to invite “Mr. Kim” to the wedding bring about universal approval (uh-oh . . .).
Grandmother asks Min-sook why Suk-hyun isn’t coming over. She wants to give him a piece of her mind regarding his relationship with Jong-nam. She tells Min-sook to call Nara and have him come over. Nara, though, just tells Min-sook that her son’s too busy, and then she rudely hangs up. Grandmother’s even more upset now: if Nara really doesn’t want Suk-hyun hooking up with Jong-nam, than she should WANT to send him over for a scolding. Grandmother finally calls up Suk-hyun herself, and Suk-hyun says he’ll come right by.
Shortly afterwards, Nara calls Suk-hyun, asking him to come home early, as she’s preparing live lobster for dinner. He says he’s sorry, but he has to visit Grandmother. The scowling Nara throws the (live) lobster down on the table and storms out the door, on her way to Grandmother’s.
Nara arrives at Grandmother’s just a few minutes behind Suk-hyun, and Suk-hyun takes the opportunity to ask Min-sook a pointed question: if Ki-woong or Da-jeong were to bring home someone whom Min-sook disapproved of, would she still be against their relationship? With the hostile Nara glaring at her, Min-sook stutters and stammers, and can’t give an answer . . .
oh, what a great episode Mikey (Wang). Thank you for that summary - it gives me information that I was craving and now things make more sense. That was a good read for a break during my work day as well. Gives me something else to think about - daydream! LOL, thanks.