I'm not sure I follow what you're saying about one-eye/two-eyes/the family recognition factor, zorro. Everyone knew from the beginning that Saebyeok was a recipient of Nayeong's cornea(s); that's how she introduced herself to the family. The only question, I think, is whether it was one or two.
Well, I was going by the answer I got to my first post, since I missed why she needed the transplant to begin with. I was told one eye, and Yeongsuk asked "which eye" so I thought only one. Now tonight we hear that it's two again. I give up.
If it was in fact one eye, I offered the excuse for the Kims that they were all looking in the wrong eye and thus couldn't see Nayeong looking back. I was trying to be funny and we all see how that turned out.
But now if it turns out to be 2, then we go back to your question of how did she get both of Nayeong's corneas when you suggest only one to a customer is allowed?
And do we change this thread to "Corneas Girl"? That's the *real* question.
Just think, if they thought they could see Nayeong because Sabby got her corneas - thanks goodness it wasn't some other body part - like the kidneys or liver o . . . ugh . . .
Zorro - I enjoy your comments and and am grateful for the laughs you provide . . Sometimes we get into some serious discussions over K-dramas - and we think THE plot lines in the dramas are strained . . tee hee hee ;D Maybe they should do a K-drama about the lives of K-drama addicts/fans . . . would we watch it???
What's really funny about this whole plot revolving our beloved Cornea(s) Girl is that she wanted to become a kitchen designer more than anything. If she couldn't see for all that time, why would she have the inclination or talent to become a designer of all occupations?
Three cheers for Saebyeok for not allowing Subin to slap her in the face and for standing up to her. It's about time!
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Post by tinkerbell on Oct 22, 2008 16:20:28 GMT -5
When is Saebyeok going to admit her feelings to Hosae? She knows how he feels. She doesn't want to get in Subin's way? Please! And what's wrong with him? Break off the engagement when you're in love with someone else.
This kind of doormat behavior borders on the paranormal. It really iritates me how she allows people to treat her like a doormat. And I find this personality trait in so many of the k-drama's characters, it's just plain idiotic. How does anyone stand for people treating them badly day after day without saying anything? I'm very annoyed!
Yeongsuk and Saebyeok appeared to be bringing new things to her "apartment", including a bed set. But the scene before showed SB lying down with a blanket and pillow even though she arrived with only a small red bag of clothes.
What happened to all her stuff that's in storage at the Pung Express warehouse?
And doesn't she still owe them a bunch of money? Or was that settled already and I missed it? I can't imagine Grandma letting her get away without paying.
Zorro, this show is just filled with inconsistancies. I feel that the writers are a bit sloppy, hoping that people don't catch on. I mean there's the cornea or corneas operation, there's the fact that Nayeong dates Hosae before she died, and Subin didn't know, despite the fact they were so close, there's the stuff in storage, and how long is that girl going to work for Hosae's family? She certainly must have paid off the debt!