While I am enjoying this drama, I am growing weary of having evey K-Drama cliché in the book being thrown at us: the falling set accident, the speeding car/truck accident, and now a character lost in the woods at night falling down a hill.
At this rate, the Character Hopitalized With A Life-Threatening Illness will occur next week, rather than ep 120, as I posted earlier.
Run out of cliche's??? Well, they will just redo them only with different characters.
So far, we haven't seen the DNA test to determine who's the daddy . . . but then we haven't had any unwed pregnant females. It doesn't seem likely that we will - but ya just never know where the plot line will wander. . .
What about Cornea Girl's parents? You know, they're going to have to find out who they were, and of coourse, they'll discover they were very wealthy, and then Hosae's parents will be OK with the marriage, or something like that.
I think it was said in an earlier episode, that one of the "boys" she went to HS with was the father - I don't think TY would be a candidate - just because he seems so shy and clueless now at his age - he must have been painfully shy and very studious in HS. He's said he always loved SY - from a distance LOL - But given the unusual plot lines, who knows?
CG's parents? They could be rich or not - I missed most of the very early episodes so I don't know exactly what was shown in them regarding her parentage or how she came to be raised as an orphan. Anyone else know???
Next thing we'll hear is that Sabby's really their daughter and that the mum's pressure was so high, she got delirious and 'accidentally' gave Sabby up for adoption then the mum developed amnesia. It's a stretch but we never know.
Don't forget one of the female leads has to own a dog small enough to fit in her purse, or in a box while she's away.
In this case Subin could have such a pet and confidant to which she can vent about Hosae and his inexplicable and frustrating attachment to Saebyeok. As the series progresses we notice the "shrinking" pooch become smaller and smaller until one day it's missing… never to be seen or mentioned again.