There is a lot of things going on this week that I cannot even…. I knew they were going to happen, but I definitely did not want them to happen which makes things harder! Let’s get into the details.
Hoon and Soo Hyun are still at odds. On one hand you have Soo Hyun who is trying to get over being rejected while Hoon is trying to make her feel better by asking to be friends, but we all know that’s secretly torture. He does have feelings for her, but he just won’t be able to shake Jae Hee. Speaking of Jae Hee, she’s on the sidelines telling Soo Hyun that Hoon does actually like her and, even though it will take time, Hoon will get of her eventually and they’ll be able to move on together. This is also cruel and unusual punishment for someone who you know was just rejected. To fill someone’s head with false hopes is evil. Pure evil.
Meanwhile, Jae Hee has more holes than a waffle. She can’t keep her story straight. She’s trying to convince Hoon that he never loved her and his duty to her lies in the situation between Hoon and her father. She is, of course, incapable of doing so and changes her story in the last few seconds of the speech. I know Hoon can make a compelling argument, but I am failing to see how she has been successful at being a spy all this time for the simple fact that she seems to be lacking conviction.
Jae Joon is officially in jerk territory. I understand you need revenge, but once all the players learn who he is, meaning the boy from the past who promised to bring Myung Woo down, he did not have to go as far as causing the Chairman to have a heart attack and then essentially leaving the man. He was already names acting Chairman. He could have taken that position and taken everything out while sitting on his throne. Now he’s potentially destroying that spot before he even has a chance to sit on it. I don’t understand his unwillingness to listen to Hoon either. It is quite clear that they have the same goals in mind, although different people, since all parties involved with the malpractice suit are linked to each other.
I will give Jae Joon one thing though. It was pretty satisfying to watch Soo Hyun’s brother, Sang Jin, be hauled out of the party by police. I am not afraid to admit that I laughed at that and looks on his face probably a lot longer than I should have. Please do not judge me too hard… the guy is a weasel and he deserved it!
Since one bad guy is stooping to epic lows, I guess they all have to across the board. The Prime Minister kidnaps Hoon’s mother again because the President decides he wants Hoon as his surgeon. Can we just leave the poor woman alone already? She’s obviously troubled. Sunglasses, I’m disappointed in you no matter what type of logic you have behind it.
So many other things happened leading up to the end of our series later this week, but you will have to join Leah and I for Part 2 to hear all about those. What are your thoughts on this week’s bad guy overdose? Will the good that is Park Hoon be able to fix all of these problems in our last two episodes? Leave me your comments below or you can tweet @Hallyu_Tanya because I would love to talk to you about this series!
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Episodes 17-18: [Part 1] [Part 2]