I agree. I would be so angry. Some of the story lines in this show are just far fetched, like not telling your spouse that your child died. I don't care what culture you are from -- it's just outlandish!
I agree with you, door60. I don't understand at all keeping the death of your child a secret from the other parent. Unless there was some extenuating circumstance - like the other parent was in a coma! I think that in the story, the death was kept from the mom because she was in the hospital with high blood pressure, I think, but still, once she got well, she should have been told, or even if she were told in the hospital, at least she would have been in a safe place where she could get help.
Exactly, northwest. I'm watching this show only because I'm addicted to K-drama, but if we had more choices on our area, I probably would ditch this one! There's just too many unbelievable circumstances.
Please keep these threads On Topic, in this case Familiar Faces. If you want to change the subject, feel free to start a new thread for the topic.
This makes it easier for everyone to follow the conversation. I think one of the best features of this board is the way it is structured, with a board for each show containing threads for each topic.
This is especially helpful if you're trying to find something specific about a character or an event from many eps ago. When there's just one long thread for the show, you have to either page tediously through the thread, or search and possibly get an overwhelming number of hits that you have to sort through.
I noticed a familiar face last week. The woman who plays the masseuse in the spa (who has a minor role ) was in Pure In Heart (I think). She played the woman who had a crush on the man who plays the government worker in this drama.