I wonder whether other people still think the first pairing was better. He grows up as an outspoken character who's full of curiosity and one day, he realizes that he's a half-human-half-beast through a certain incident and starts living his second life. It was all sorts of hilarious and genius. I also believe that the lights will turn into green when they confirm their feelings or if they'll do romantic scenes. The villain thought too highly of himself, allowing kang Chi to pull the wool over his eyes.
I am probably going to over use the verb love, however there were so many scenes I really loved in this episode. Yeo-wool just stands there, frozen, until they finally come to their senses and break free in an explosion of awkward. They really need to do their part in this whole thing. I'm already feeling like that last scene basically was set up to trap Kang Chi since the pervy villain's behind it. She whirls around and asks about the silver, worrying that it all went wrong because of her. It seems like a weird thing for a highborn lady to do, but it would kind of give her character an arc, going from this girl who was content to be married off for her family even if it meant abandoning her first love , to someone who chooses to live more freely.
They have a good relationship, still. When Kang Chi started eating that chicken, I immediately thought of the 1N2D episode where the boys had to make dinner and Ji Won cooked a very tough chicken, which Seung Gi attempted to chew. I saw the Lion King a loooooong time ago. I wish this episode could've ended with a suspenseful scene to lead to the next week. Koo Wol-Ryung decides to become human to be with her.
The officers protest, but Lee Soon-shin allows it. Would love more magic display and comic scripting. Cut to Kang-chi, peering out from behind a crate with a mischievous grin. They enjoy their days together and fall in love. It was so cute seeing the two of them enjoying their 'rewards'! It must be, because Tae-seo goes to the gisaeng house and cries to see his sister carrying a tray of liquor and apologizing to guests after a spill. Tae-seo gets up and grabs a sword, and marches out purposefully.
I have this feeling that later on I will not like her character for some reason. He is the son of Gu Wol Ryung, the guardian spirit of Jiri Mountain, and Yoon Seo Hwa, an ordinary human. Jo Gwan-woong turns to go when a familiar voice calls out to them. Choi Kang Chi later was raised by adopted family. Still, ugly hair or not, I don't care - Gon and Kang-chi have fantastic chemistry and the actors play off each other really well even if Gon is stuck in a single register, all I pray for is that they get more scenes together. Show, what are you doing to me? What's not to love about your responses? One day, he sees Seo-Hwa tied to a tree by the gisaeng home and becomes interested in her. Any explanation about it would be appreciated and I know, I am not up on all the pop culture analogies and references.
Love their dynamic and love that Kangchi didn't treat her any differently other than being slightly awkward around her. Tae Seo's character feels really awkward. Seo-Hwa wakes up in front of Koo Wol- Ryung. I don't think he's any less human than he's always been. Apakah Anda sudah menonton salah satu dari sutradara Shin Woo-Cheol, Kim Jung-Hyun? It also kept , me on the edge of my seat during certain scenes, and my blood pressure went up, from being so anxious. When he is out of it the gumiho state , he remembers the events, it is not a split personality thing, which I thought it would be.
Very good point, ayen03, I am so glad I asked those questions :-. Seo-Hwa refuses to become a gisaeng or enter the house. It seems like he was a secret badass all along! Thank you for reading my long comment. Anyway, hopefully the ratings will rise next week! I loved that show, you should definitely watch it sometime if you can and if you like fantasy sageuks, you'll like this too - Buffy is kind of like a better-executed Yeo-wool, and played by a far more competent actress re: B and C - I found the blue lights interesting too, but the rules of this world don't seem to be very clear. Poor girl had nothing to do except suffer in mostly silence this ep, I even preferred the bullying storyline of ep 9 because it showed her dealing with the realities of her new life alone.
Not really super hijinks-y to me. Seo-Hwa Lee Yeon-Hee is the daughter of a noble family, but her father is branded a traitor by Jo Gwan-Woong Lee Sung-Jae and beheaded in front of her. Zeppo was just the oddball. I want to see them being lovey dovey. I'm not entirely certain this was a Zeppo Moment for Kang Chi, since he did get to waltz in with the silver, and he got the hat.