Post by soapygrams on Jun 10, 2009 23:56:11 GMT -5
What a cheesy ending . . It seems as though some of the later scenes had missing CHUNKS . . they jumped so fast from one to another - I lost track of the storyline LOL . . Oh well . . now I know what the title Hateful Again means . . it's referring to the ending LOL
Post by downtown525 on Jun 11, 2009 0:54:07 GMT -5
Thanks for bringing this up. I agree, some of the episodes had to be missing important scenes .... I'm completely lost on what happened in the last episode. It's hard to tell what was in the past and what was in the present!!!!
Chairwomen and Minsu's father were they in another car accident or what ? What really happened with Yunhui and Minsu
If anyone has an idea on what happened in this last episode, please share!!!! I'm sure it's more than I got from it.
If I had known we had to wait 30 years to see everything return to the beginning, I would have stopped watching "Again (with the lousy ending) My Love" after the first episode.
What bothered me most was Yousek dying. After all his suffering, he's snuffed out while everyone else goes back to their old prosperous lives with seemingly no regrets.
And how did the sleazy paparazzi (Sa Bagu from DJY) end up with a new haircut, new glasses and a promotion when he caused the accident that eventually killed Yousek?? (loosely borrowed from the Princess Diana story if you ask me) He should have been thrown in jail at the very least for manslaughter, and it was pretty gross seeing him take close ups of his victims in the car right after the accident.
That whole "car chase" plot line was very confusing. Did Minsu crash Yunhui's car near where his mother's ended up? Yunhui should have pressed charges against Minsu for that stunt, another piece of idiotic writing which peppered this ending.
It's too bad, because some of the performances, especially Chairman Han's were pretty compelling.
Post by soapygrams on Jun 11, 2009 12:53:56 GMT -5
;D Downtown525 you're welcome. I was so unhappy with this ending . . . well, at least I'm not the only one who thinks it was a terribly written ending. It left way too many "strings" still dangling. You bring up good points and so does Zorro (as usual, he's right on point with his comments+, I understand the need to insert commercials and perhaps a minute or two from the scene . . but HEY... CHUNKS of scenes missing . . jump to the happily ever after ending? BOO - I wish they would learn how to end these K-dramas in a better way . . that's not cultural - it's just plain laziness on the part of the writers. They should have to sit through these dramas like we, the audience do. Maybe then they could better understand our frustration . . yeah - like that will happen