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Those of us who loved this rom-com so much did so as much for the happy new-family, a family made whole, as for the romance. I don't begrudge NY her chance to redeem herself with her children, nor their chance to reconcile with her before their childhood ceased but I do think the children would have been happier had she remained 'dead' and DJ had continued to give them motherly love and close attention.
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Finally, I have to say I was disappointed by the slipshod subs. Not only were words omitted but the English idioms and metaphors were mixed and the grammar was poor - but that applies to the title too. I seriously hated the ending and because of it, the good feeling I had for this drama was gone with it. The writers never really allowed Da Jung and the PM to have a true dating story, they were always interrupted by his stubbornness, foolish political scenarios, In Ho's revenge plot. They also had the perfect plot device with Nights, Scheherazade and the Arabian Prince.
Why not let that play out? So in the end, when they brought out the dead mommy card, I knew we would never get the ending we wanted. I have no problem with Dead Mom reuniting with her kids, but in essence that solves the problem. There's no need to worry about taking someone's place. She abandoned being next to the PM and her kids. So I don't understand Da Jun's guilt that led to her Noble idiot decision to leave.
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Her contract marriage was never revealed to the public, so they could have just carried on where they left off. Even start dating in earnest, while still being "married". I also hate that she was so willing to leave Man Se without really explaining to him what was going on. The drama started off as a lovely rom-com, but got bogged down in a melo with no real way to resolve the made-up conflict.
I ask again, does Lee Beom-soo not kiss in dramas? He did this to me in History of a Salaryman too. You have to remember, though, that Da Jung went for her year trip mainly because of her Dad finding out. So she had to sort through her feelings and whether she should be with Kwon Yul when her Dad had disapproved. Also I guess there would need to be time for the divorce and everything to do go through so it makes sense that she took a break. It was clear that Yul was looking out for her during that time.
I'm guessing she kept in contact with the kids and that they would have been told she needed space cos her dad died. I liked the ending, their smiles were very sweet and content, they looked like they belonged.
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And it was nice the link in with the holding hands. I agree with you. Yul needed to sort out his divorce with Na Young and Da Jung needs time for herself.
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She spent most of her time taking care of her dad, and when she married Yul she took care of the kids and even Yul. This time she got a time off, solely for herself, to do what she wants most which is to write. The ending may not be a huge happy ending but it was a good one. Like what she said before she left, when they meet again they will have a true beginning and she will hold his hand this time.
That's what happened, they started again, this time no contracts, a true beginning. How they smiled at each other is and held each others hand tells us that they got their happy ending. They are together now, no more contract hijinks, no more surprises the not-so-dead wife , just the two of them. And as far as I know, not all Korean series have a very good ending, it was a happy ending but not what we expected so I wasn't that surprised for this one. I guess dramas are a bit more conservative unless if it's from the cable channel.
He was so cool in that. Even Lee Si Young was cute as the crazy girlfriend Plus, he did kiss in Surgeon Bong Dal Hee I think what international drama watchers fail to consider is that KY is still a legally married man, and that his first wife and mother of his three children is found alive. NDJ is now the 'other woman. KY is working in political circles. His life will always, always be in the limelight.
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NDJ had to leave KY and his children until everything is sorted out — she can not be with them, and it is not as simple as NDJ leaving the house. No sorry the 'mistress' as you style her was NOT the one responsible for the break up of his previous family with three children. The break up happened 7 years previously and was a mixture of marital breakdown and spousal infidelity on the mother's part! Not for nothing is the Korean President impeached and government in crisis. I just discovered this drama and finished it and I'm just staring blankly like "That's it?
The dead mom was just a pain and it's like after going through all that we're ending with a handshake a year later?
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What about Dajung and the kids? I was so disappointed because this drama was truly enjoyable and had me entertained until the end just hit me like a truck. I had heard about the ending being rather disappointing but I kept watching because Dajung's relationship with the kids, Yul's character, and the sweet romantic moments really stood out. Writers please, this was one of the most bitter endings I've seen and the sad part is I loved the show, faults and all, but this finale took away some of that enjoyment.
Ok so after re-watching the finale again I suppose the way it ended was fitting in its own right. However, it's times like these, especially dramas with such a strong family focus, when you just can't help but wish for a follow up. A special episode would have been amazing to show a glimpse of what happens after that handshake. The Christmas episode was one of my favorites from this drama and it just feels like a shame that we couldn't see that lovable family one more time.
The way each child grew to care for and depend on Da Jung made this show really shine but of course it had to spoiled by the return of the first wife is it obvious that I'm not very fond of her? I will still remember this drama for the touching moments it had and the entertaining story it told but I can't help but wish for a little more. Thank you so much for the recap, and for staying with this series. It's not exactly wrong.
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Oh OK, and thank you for clarifying that for me. I thought I had seen Yoona spelled that way, which was why I did as well. Or just ended the series with the Kwon family together with NDJ. It is like the series refuses to show a definite happy ending as a couple or as a family for KY and NDJ, and instead opted for just a possibility of it.
So the cause of the interference might have something to do more with the first wife and biological mother PNY being alive, which is all the more irritating because even PNY got a relatively good ending like everyone else. Watching the last two episodes with English subtitles would definitely help in understanding more about the two episodes though, especially if taking into consideration the culture of it all.
belgacar.com/components/gsm/recherche-nom-par-rapport-au-numero-de-portable.php Most still makes sense as their characters, in the narrative feature, and mostly in a cultural aspect. Basically, in trying to tell an unconventional story the inclusion of first wife in the narrative, definitely not the age gap … the last two episodes had to suffer satisfying cultural conventions. Anyways, I still think the series is really good But still kind of sad because it really has the potential to be even more.
Even though I have some issues with how the first wife was handled in the series, I still think that the last two episodes are still relatively good There is no way he could complain about a kiss in Prime Minister and I which didn't real happen.