Zombie: So we’re two weeks from the end and things are just as crazy as ever. I’m really having a hard time seeing how things are going to be wrapped up nicely in just four episodes and things HAVE TO BE wrapped up nicely because if this drama doesn’t wrap up nicely, there will be some tables flipped.
Tanya: There are some times that I just can’t even…. and this is one of them. I have no solid ideas as to where we are actually going right now.
Zombie: Besides crazy? Yeah, I don’t even know. I do know that I’m so ticked at Jae Joon right now that I can’t even think straight. He sold out! He actually sold out! And what’s worse is the fact that he’s now willing to play with people’s lives, just to get what he wants! What kind of person does that? I hate to say this but I’m afraid your Hoon/Jae Joon bromance has just gone up in smoke.
Tanya: I know! It would have been so good too, but at this point Jae Joon has become so bitter I don’t think he deserves a Hoon bromance. He just needs to go. Just like Jae Hee needs to go. No amount of good deeds, with or without Sunglasses, can make up for what she has done during her lifetime at this point. Just…. go.
Zombie: I couldn’t agree more! There comes a time when some characters just need to go and I think we’ve reached that moment for both Jae Joon and Jae Hee. They’ve both put Hoon through enough and now they just need to stop. At least Jae Hee is beginning to realize that Hoon really would be better off without her and it looks as if she’s doing everything she can to make sure Hoon has a chance to live a normal, happy life, once she’s gone. Of course Hoon may not be able to see that his life would be much better off without Jae Hee in it but I think once she disappears, he’ll figure it out, especially if Soo Hyun sticks around… I have a feeling she won’t let him mope around for Jae Hee for forever.
Tanya: Unless he goes into an idiot panic mode when Jae Hee disappears again, but I have a feeling that won’t be happening this time since he has been pulling away from her.
Zombie: I really do see him leaning more towards Soo Hyun though, at this point, I can’t say with any certainty that she’s his actual destiny. I just know I’d be incandescently happy if that were the case. Sorry but I really don’t like Jae Hee. Never have. Never will.
Tanya: Even if the romance doesn’t work and they just end up being really great friends, I think I would be fine with that honestly. She doesn’t seem like the type that would be super distraught over the fact that a love didn’t work for very long. Hell, they could take over the hospital together and make it more fantastic than it ever was.
Zombie: You’re much more gracious that I am. I want my happy ending! (Nice tantrum, huh?) I do like your idea of them running the hospital together, though more because I can see what would have to happen in order for them to get there and I like where that story is headed.
Tanya: But it couldn’t head anywhere without Sunglasses once again saving Hoon. I’m actually happy that Hoon has a sense that this man has been looking out for him for so long. He has to know that the whole world isn’t evil. He’s like a guardian angel with suckers.
Zombie: Hey! That’s what I was going to say! He really is Hoon’s guardian angel and like you, I’m happy that Hoon finally knows who’s been looking out for him for all these years. I know Sunglasses is still a kind of ambiguous character, it’s hard for me to tell whose side he’s really on, but there’s so much good he has done for Hoon and his mother that I think he’s a good guy working for bad people… Or maybe he’s just a man with a conscious… I really can’t decide.
Tanya: I don’t know if he’s necessarily good, but I do think he’s intelligent to know that there are some things you just can’t do and the Prime Minister is doing just that. I also kind of feel like there is something he is trying to get back at the Prime Minister for and he’s just biding his time so the guy can dig himself further into the ground by the time he chooses to take action.
Zombie: Yeah, I kind of get that feeling too. Like there’s something more to Sunglasses than anyone suspects and he’s been patient enough to wait everything out until the perfect moment happens and he makes his move.
Tanya: Oh my goodness. If Hoon is adopted and Sunglasses is his father or something ridiculous, I may just flip tables. I might remove my laptop first, but the table will be flipped!
Zombie: I don’t really see that happening. Hoon has too much of a connection with his father for anyone else to have that role. Hoon and his dad are so much alike, in so many ways, especially as skilled doctors, that you really can’t put anyone else in that role. Sunglasses is awesome and all but I don’t see him being anything more than a guardian angel. Of course, if I’m wrong, there are going to be a lot more than tables flipped!
Tanya: Which is why I said it was ridiculous… Although you have to admit Sunglasses is pretty skilled in his own right. We all know the children are a product of how they are raised, not where they come from, so there could still be that connection. Either way, Sunglasses is up to something. Whether the Prime Minister wronged him somehow or Hoon’s father has asked him to watch him from the beginning, there is something there.
Zombie: I’ll agree with you there. Sunglasses is up to something and I’m excited to find out what it is. You know it’s going to be something profound because he’s too awesome of a character to sit on the sidelines and waste away. Though, he did already take out Cha Jin Soo, which was pretty major in its own right, but I still think there’s more Sunglasses has to do before the end.
Tanya: PRAISE WHAT/WHO EVER THAT MAN IS FINALLY GONE! It’s one more evil off the ever-growing list. He didn’t really serve a function other than empty threats as it goes. The longer he was around, the more bitter he became and the worse he became at his job. It went from work to personal grudge to belligerent.
Zombie: Yeah, he pretty much lost all of his worth, as the story went on. He was fantastically creepy and awful in North Korea, he was a bit intimidating when he first showed up in South Korea but he really went downhill from there, as far as his worth as a big, bad guy went. He let things become personal and that pretty much ruined him. I’m happy he’s gone though because maybe now things can really start to happen.
Tanya: And happen they will…. well, because they have to.
So tell us what you want to see happen in these last few episodes. Will Jae Hee make her exit or wait until the very end? Will Hoon ever return Soo Hyun’s feelings? Can we finally get rid of the Prime Minister already? Let us know in the comments below or feel free to blow up our twitters!
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