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Ep 48 (Sun)

Ujin is mistaken, the young woman is a teacher at the church. Uncle Priest asks Ujin what‛s going on? The scene cuts away as Ujin says it‛s all his fault that Yunhui has left home.

Yeonghui on a train to her in-laws. It‛s a nightmare for her as MIL is intent on teaching her ‛a lesson.‛ She works her to death, not even asking her to join in the family meals. The boys don‛t like it but Ki-chang remains silent, not sticking up for his wife. MIL tells Yeongui to stop being a writer and be a housewife. It is her duty to be the "fertilizer" for her husband and children to succeed in life.

Back in the city, the family heaves huge sighs about the Yunhui-Ujin situation. Myeonghui tells the family it isn‛t a big deal, just let them marry since they aren‛t related by blood or law. Granny is the only one who sees the reasonableness of that; however, the biggest problem is Hwayeong and her intense hatred for Yunhui. A marriage will only make things worse within the family, causing more friction and fighting than ever. Besides that, Mom doesn‛t want to be ‛in-laws‛ with Hwayeong.

Deleted... class ul Hwayeong in bed at home, thinking about her problems. Door bell rings. A man delivers two garment bags of clothes—suits Ujin has ordered? Hwayeong takes them up to Ujin‛s room, looking at the suits and shirts, hanging them up. She looks around his room, torn between caring and hating.Ujin goes to the columbarium, standing before Yunhui‛s parents. He flashes back to when he took her there when she had no one to accompany her for her parents‛ memorial celebration. Outside, he walks in the park area, sitting to reflect on his broken heart.

In the country while Yeonghui is slaving away cooking and waiting on her MIL, the director calls. He is furious that she has gone to her in-laws instead of coming into the station to deal with her script rewrite. He yells that she should go back to being a housewife, that he will get another writer to finish the script.

Yeonghui works late into the night washing cabbages, and other chores. The boys are becoming increasingly more vocal about the ill treatment their mother is receiving. Ki-chang tells them it is his business, not theirs. MIL has threatened not to feed them if they don‛t study hard.

Yeonghui‛s work buddy calls and says the director has brought in another writer to replace her. This is the straw that breaks the camel‛s back. Yeonghui is returning to Seoul tonight! She tells Ki-chang and the boys as she‛s packing her bag and bursts out of the house. She tells her in-laws, too, on her way out. Ki-chang drags her off and they have a huge argument, neither backing down from ending all this with divorce. Yeongui rails at her MIL‛s words that she‛s supposed to be nothing more than fertilizer to ensure Ki-chang and the boys‛ success. She has emotionally supported him all these 17 years, but now that she‛s the breadwinner, why is her work unworthy of the support from others, that she can only be fertilizer?

Next morning the whole family is on the train returning to Seoul, though they sit in two groups, many seats apart.

Deleted... class ul Mom and Granny doing yardwork sit and talk about the situation. Both very pensive. It seems that Granny is becoming supportive of Ujin and Yunhui‛s situation. (Must be a pivotal scene as it is shown in the closing credits of this episode.)Ujin goes to the restaurant in which he played his guitar and sang for Yunhui, embarrassing her to death. He sits alone, reliving his happy times with her. Meanwhile, Yunhui is walking along the waterfront, finished crying for a while.

Ujin shows up at the club to perform with his co-worker. Even the songs he sings lament his situation. Afterwards walking home, he stops before Yunhui‛s gate, remembering when he knew he really loved her, drawing her into his arms. He flashes back to other affectionate moments between them in this place... tears from his heart.

Arriving home, he decides to face his mother. On his knees, he sincerely apologizes to her, but she is hard as nails, demanding in detail what he is sorry about. She realizes he is on his knees before her because of his love for Yunhui—not for his love of his mother. This enrages her even more. She rips into him, forbidding him to ever marry Yunhui—even after she dies, he is forbidden to marry Yunhui!
Fadeout...
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Deleted scenes from Eps. 47 & 48. The 2 from Ep 47 are more on the humorous side. nchristie is right that the one from Ep 48 is more pivotal. It is also insightful in terms of what Granny is thinking.

Episode 47:

1. CU = Cheolsu (pork soup guy); CK = Cheolsuk (his sister); and M = Myeonghui (CU's newlywed wife)

[CK is in her bedroom calling Ujin's mom to tell her that Ujin just left and to please not get too mad at him as he drank too much & lost consciousness. This does not go over well with Ujin's mother, who basically tells her to hang up. After hanging up, CK laments that there's no way to stay out of Ujin's family affairs. She decides to call Ujin to let him know that his mother is really angry. She starts dialing Ujin, but stops upon hearing the following out in the living room/dining area between the bedrooms]
M - Honey, come out and eat. Honey!
CK - [pretends to barf and says to herself:] What is this nonsense?
[Rest of scene is at the table]
M - Honey.
CU - Stop calling me [and comes out of their bedroom]. You'll hurt your throat honey.
M - Then you should hurry out.
CU - I did.
M - Ujin just left.
CU - Did he?
M - Yes.
CU - Why didn't he say goodbye?
M - Honey, did you miss me last night too? [Recall that CU stayed with Ujin in CK's room and CK stayed in the couple's room with M]
CU - Of course I missed you. That's why I knocked on your door in my dream last night.
M - Really?
CU - Yes
M - I was bored sleeping without you
CU - So was I. [They laugh] [Somewhere in the above discussion they have sat down at the table very close together getting ready to start eating breakfast]
CK - [Coming out of her room] What are you doing? Excuse me, both of you.
M & CU - Yes speak. What?
CK - I've been thinking since last night. Let's all be prude citizens of Seoul.
CU - What do you mean prude . . .
M - Citizens of Seoul?
CK - Wow, now you even finish each other's sentences! Can you stop yourselves from acting this way in the morning? Speaking in such a smoochy tone . . . Please refrain [restrain] yourselves. I feel like throwing up. I can't live like this! Do you know that? [She stomps her feet]
CU - CK, the floors will collapse.
CK - What, what, what? [Stomps her feet some more. Then she separates CU & M and sits down between them]. Give me my rice quickly. Kim Myeonghui, sister-in-law, give me my rice.
M- Here [hands her the rice]
CU - Hey
CK - What?
CU - Go and eat over there [points to other end of the table]
CK - Why?
 M - [nudges her too]
CU - It's nice and roomy over there. It's really crowded here.
CK - [pushes M & pretty much knocks her over]. I really like it here.
CU - You're so strong.
CK - [grabs the TV remote and goes to turn on the TV, saying:] Isn't there a drama on? I want to watch TV.
[End of scene. The next one is Ujin coming home and while fighting with his parents telling them that he essentially grew up without them, while Yunhui was loved by her bio parents and then by his aunt & uncle]

2. Ki-Chang & his 3 sons and the fireflies (also referred to in the scene as lightning bugs) out in the country. Lots of the discussion was of how pretty & magical they are and Ki-Chang explaining that they can't just be digging in their books studying all the time, that's why he brought them there. The best part of the dialog comes before the kids go to catch the fireflies in their hands - at this point they're all just sitting & watching them]. The youngest son [love him!] and middle son have something to say:

Youngest son - Dad, forget all about how your academy went bankrupt. So what if men can't earn money? You have us, Dad.
Ki-Chang - Gwon Duhui, I earn money too. I'll receive payment for my language reference book next month. Duhui, you're so mean sometimes. Don't be like that. [the kid smiles and then Ki-Chang says:] Don't smile at me.
Middle son - Dad, forget how Mom comes home late drunk. You have us.
Ki-Chang - I told you not to talk about your Mom. [They go back to talking about the fireflies and then to holding and letting them go]

Episode 48

This is the scene with Mom (M) & Granny (G) outside in the yard at the main home in the drama. They both have towels on their heads. Mom is gardening and Granny is sitting on the bench near the gate.

M - [sighs, actually she sighs a lot in this scene, but I'll just say it once here] Mother. Mother. What are you thinking about?
G - Just this and that.
M - [Gets up from the ground and walks over and sits on the bench next to Granny and then M says:] All I can think about is Yunhui. Where is she and what on earth is she doing?
G - I was thinking about Ujin.
M - Let Hwayeong [i.e., Ujin's Mom] worry about him. He's not our son, forget him. Rotten boy.
G - I was wondering why Ujin liked Yunhui. [Wow - does that sound familiar from some of these recent posts?] Why did Yunhui like him? At first, I thought they were thoughtless. Or they were young and spontaneous. I've been thinking for a few days since Myeonghui came. [This is referring to when Myeonghui was over explaining why Ujin & Yunhui should be able to marry.] It seems that they couldn't help but like each other.
M - What do you mean by that? They're just thoughtless.
G - They're not thoughtless. I feel sorry for them both.
M - Excuse me?
G - Yunhui lost her parents at a young age. Ujin has parents, but grew up as though he didn't. [Just what Ujin also told his parents!] They're both pitiful and lonely.
M - Even so.
G - Those poor souls helped and comforted each other. That's why they grew fond of each other. Why do you think we were born? Did we want to be born? No. Once we're born, we realize that God created us and put us into this world. What can little beings like us do in such a harsh reality? All we can do is comfort each other. So that we can continue to live in this tough world.
M - So you want to let them get married?
G - I'm just saying that's why things ended up like this. That's how I feel.
M - Where is Yunhui anyway? She has to be here in order for us to solve this issue.
G - I know. I'm worried about her. I hope she doesn't get hurt. Mentally or physically.

[End of scene (after one more heavy sigh from M of course). The next scene is of Ujin at the restaurant where he took Yunhui (the one where he sang her parents' song to her). And, he is certainly looking like a poor, pitiful & lonely soul.]
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Ujin was so pitiful. No wonder Lee Pilmo is my favorite actor. Love this guy!

Teach is hiding out at church and is miserable. Ujin is miserable. He may die w/o her.

Mom is in the hospital and sick (maybe).

3 sons' parents go to file for divorce but are so distracted by other people there getting a divorce that they leave and end up arguing over who gets the kids. Actually, both parents have a point. She tells him that he was gone at night for years and didn't have anything to do with the family. Now that she is working, she's the one who is never home. But... she's out drinking until late at night and then unable to even function the next day. I still think dad is a better parent.

Soup guy... feeling sorry for him. His wife and sister aren't getting along. However, I think sis is the one that's at fault. She's still hurt, angry and jealous that her brother married. Like he had abandoned her. She needs to quit being so silly.

Hyejin and Donghun.... they're in happily ever after mode.



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class blockquote nsheldon wrote:

Ujin was so pitiful. No wonder Lee Pilmo is my favorite actor. Love this guy!

Teach is hiding out at church and is miserable. Ujin is miserable. He may die w/o her.

Mom is in the hospital and sick (maybe).

3 sons' parents go to file for divorce but are so distracted by other people there getting a divorce that they leave and end up arguing over who gets the kids. Actually, both parents have a point. She tells him that he was gone at night for years and didn't have anything to do with the family. Now that she is working, she's the one who is never home. But... she's out drinking until late at night and then unable to even function the next day. I still think dad is a better parent.

Soup guy... feeling sorry for him. His wife and sister aren't getting along. However, I think sis is the one that's at fault. She's still hurt, angry and jealous that her brother married. Like he had abandoned her. She needs to quit being so silly.

Hyejin and Donghun.... they're in happily ever after mode.
Nsheldon, in part I too agree with you. When Dad was working he had this superiority complex over his family, he was king of the throne in that disgusting robe, the cane in his had, the wine table etc. etc.

There is some jealousy in play but he should be more supportive, he is not working, granted the wife should be more understanding but she is just giving him back what she endured all those years, throwing away her manuscript, degrading her telling her she cannot be a writer , she went out there and proved him wrong, now he cannot handle her success. Defame her on spending too much money in front of the kids, it is and was a vicious circle.

Sorry, still cannot tolerate soup guy wife. I'm with SIL. Love, where HYJ and hubby is at presently, I'm sure more trouble to come.

Actress Mum, love how Ujin set her straight, boy, was she speechless. Younf teach parent did not abandoned her , they just died. How was her to be raised by them? That was a foolish saying. Actress Mum is only worried about her status...how vain.
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Kdfancier, thank you for the deleted scenes. Very helpful.

As for who is the better parent, Yeonghui or Ki-chang, I think both of them have learned a great deal by changing places for a while. They both can now have greater empathy for the other and work together—if they calm down. The boys, especially at their ages, need both their parents all the time. A divorce now would be devastating to the oldest son who is of age to have his whole life derailed if he has too much trauma about his parents now, even if there is joint custody.

At this point, I'm thinking a divorce through the courts would be the best route to take because Family Court in Korea, where children are involved, make the parents go through some serious counseling and waiting time before they grant them the right to divorce.

As for the female fight over Cheolsu, my opinion is that both Cheolsuk and Myeonghui are at fault and both need to grow up and try to understand the other one. Myeonghui needs both to be more considerate of her attentions to Cheolsu in front of his sister and more attentive and considerate towards her new sister-in-law. It is extremely antagonistic for a new bride to go into Cheolsuk's family home and do whatever she wants without considering Cheolsuk's feelings about it. If there were a mother in the home, Myeonghui would be the DIL. Even though there is no mother present, Cheolsuk is the ranking female in their hierarchy as the sister in the family. The new in-law comes after that.

As for Cheolsuk, she is feeling very abandoned and jealous of her brother's wife and his attentions aimed mostly at his wife. She uses both her position and her physical stature to bully Myeonghui, because those are the only weapons she has. This will stop only if Cheolsu and Myeonghui together include Cheolsuk in their family and make her feel secure, not as a bothersome outsider—a third wheel. They all can learn to work together, love and respect each other, instead of being in competition all the time.

Then there is Hwayeong. That woman will mellow out only when her own emotional pain becomes intolerable and she realizes what she's doing isn't working out. She's got a ways to go before then. In the meantime, she's likely to lose Ujin completely before she wises up.

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Ep 49 (Sat)

More of Ujin‛s agony on his knees before his vicious mother. [Perfect example of adage that every boy must divorce his mother to become a man—because mother (like Hwayeong) will never let go.] Hwayeong seems to take a perverse delight in forbidding her son to ever marry Yunhui, even after her death. Ujin bows and leaves, ignores his father and goes directly to his room. Alone, Hwayeong's expression looks like a mixture of triumph mixed with fear that she might not be winning this battle.

Deleted... class ul Dad at the church, talks with Uncle Priest about Yunhui‛s situation. Dad is very despondent, can‛t tell what Uncle is saying, but perhaps he says it is his fault, that he regrets giving Yunhui to the Kims (as he later tells Ujin). At soup restaurant, Myeonghui cooking, calls Granny about Yunhui. Granny is greatly distressed, while Rani listens. Cheolsuk yells from the dining area, demanding Myeonghui hurry up and serve her food. Granny overhears the yelling from Cheolsuk and wants to know who is treating Myeonghui this way?! Myeonghui quickly hangs up and goes to the dining room.

Deleted... class ul Myeonghui argues with Cheolsuk about her demands. It looks like Cheolsuk pulls rank as the sister, who is over the sister-in-law. MH gets disgusted, throws her head scarf down onto the food, infuriating Cheolsuk. They get into a shoving match and Myeonghui pushes back this time, shoving Cheolsuk strongly against the wall! Cheolsuk can no longer bully Myeonghui. They get into a body slapping match.Cheolsu comes home to the sight of both of them sitting on the floor crying, nursing their wounds. Both women look to Cheolsu to take their side, pulling him nearly in half, his wife demanding loyalty to her, his sister demanding his loyalty, too.

At home, Dad sits sadly on the swing at night. Donghun comes home from work and asks if Dad is sitting here waiting for Yunhui to come home. He denies it and insists that Donghun go inside and eat his dinner. On the steps Donghun turns back and looks at his depressed father. Then Dad walks outside the gate... waiting for Yunhui to come home. He goes back inside, returning to the swing.

The next morning Hyejin takes her MIL & FIL to the hospital while Donghun goes to work. Hyejin has taken a half-day off from the Art Gallery.

In the hospital lobby, Dad looks around at all the older sick patients in the lobby area, their mates helping and comforting them. He takes his wife‛s hand to comfort her.

At the church, Yunhui shows up. She cries in her uncle‛s arms. They have tea and talk. Uncle asks what she wants to do? She answers that she can‛t bear hurting the Kim family and causing all this trouble, especially seeing the reaction of Ujin‛s mother. But she doesn‛t know what to do. She just wants to rest for a while, away from it all. Outside alone, Uncle places a call.

At the hospital, the doctor is concerned and wants Mom hospitalized for further tests.

Back at the Church, Uncle goes into the room where Yunhui has fallen asleep. He covers her. Looks like she will be staying there for a time.

Hyejin calls Donghun from hospital to report that mom is being kept overnight.

Deleted... class ul Hwayeong comes home from work? Her husband brings her a hot cup of tea. She‛s still in an evil-looking daze. Dad brings up something that is a hot button to Hwayeong and she yells at him. (I‛d hope it would be about Ujin, but Dad probably wants food?) The argument then moves to the subject of Ujin, with Hwayeong stomping to her room.Ujin rushes to the church, running to see Uncle. (Ujin had asked a nun to call him if Yunhui showed up there.) Uncle tells Ujin this is not the time to see Yunhui—she wishes and needs to be alone to sort out her life. He tells Ujin that love is not just rushing in a panic to see the person he loves, love is also waiting. Now is not the time to see Yunhui. Ujin tries to convince Uncle to let him see her. From her window, Yunhui sees Ujin with Uncle talking on the lawn near her room. Uncle tells Ujin he regrets having sent Yunhui to the Kims when her parents died. If he had not, none of this would have happened. He is also disturbed that both families oppose this marriage, therefore he cannot responsibly interfere or go against the families' wishes by allowing Ujin to see her at this time. Ujin replies that they are just "shocked and confused." Uncle intends to take Yunhui with him when he goes abroad. Uncle leaves, Ujin stands there for a long time, the weight of his heartbreak heavy upon him.

Yunhui can‛t bear to watch Ujin standing there alone, devastated. She hides behind the window curtain. Flashbacks of their entire romance from first meetings to tender moments to breaking up over the family issues.

At the courthouse, Ki-chang and Yeonghui are filling out divorce application. Chaotic atmosphere with other couples arguing/fighting. Ki-chang starts arguing with another couple. He is annoyed by the commotion, takes Yeonghui‛s hand and drags her out. Sitting on the courthouse steps, they try to fill out the papers, arguing about child custody and who has been the better parent. Yeongui doesn‛t want a divorce, grabs and tears up the papers. Ki-chang says he will sue, then, letting the court decide the custody, etc. He leaves.

At their apartment the boys wait, depressed not knowing where their parents are. K&Y come home. It is 6:00p and the youngest boy wants to eat! Both parents see this as an opportunity for them to make points with their boys for their custody case. Suddenly Yeonghui is a changed woman! So loving and affectionate, she becomes the ideal mom in cooking dinner. Seeing this when he comes out in The Robe, Dad offers to order Chinese take-out, whatever and how much the boys desire. The younger boys are excited and Ki-chang‛s ploy wins. The oldest son looks like he sees through his parents' childish behavior. He isn't amused.

Rani and Granny outside in the yard. Granny is very worried about both her DIL and Yunhui. When Granny gets up suddenly from the swing, she is dizzy and has to hold on.

Over at Ujin‛s house, the parents work on their scripts. Ujin alone in his room. Flashes back to his conversation with Uncle last night, that Uncle plans on taking Yunhui with him when he leaves Korea. Ujin can't remain idle a second longer. On his way out he speaks with his father but Hwayeong is ignoring him so he returns the favor as he leaves. In his car, he receives a call from the nun?

Driving like a madman, Ujin arrives at the church, jumps out and with determination walks past everybody and directly to the annex building in which Yunhui is staying. Beating on the door and yelling for Yunhui, the nuns try to stop him from making a scene. Inside, Yunhui has her usual terrified expression on her face.

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I guess, some people care about the dysfunctional relationships in this show, but I find most of the behavior rather childish and boring except for the
father Donghun and the priest. I would imagine once Ujin is married and reality of being married settles in, the behavior would not be that much better since both of them are rather immature.

I don't find any of the characters are people whom I would be attracted to over a long period of time.
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Dialogue from Deleted Scenes from Episode 49 (Sat).:

1. Dad (D) and Yunhui's uncle (the priest) (UP). This scene comes after the one where Ujin is on his knees in his Mom's room. D and UP are sitting on a bench outside (and facing) the church:

D - I'm sorry this happened while you were here. I don't know what to tell you.
UP - No, I'm the one that should be ashamed
D - I'm really worried about where Yunhui has gone.
UP - Don't worry too much. I know that wherever she is, she's in the hands of God. She's not the type to do anything irrational.
D - Yes, you're right.
UP - I'm sure she's somewhere gathering her thoughts together. It's our duty as adults to wait until she's done. That young man called Ujin and Yunhui too . . . We should pray that they both get through this unharmed. Ujin came here to find Yunhui the other day.
D - Did he?
UP - Yes. He thought she'd be here. When he found out she wasn't . . . He looked so helpless and lonely. I felt so sorry for him.
D - The two of them must have grown quite fond of each other.
UP - Yes, I think so.
D - I feel sorry for both of them. Father, what should we do?
UP - I'm not sure. As her uncle, I'm worried that this will damage your family. But as a man of God, I wonder what God's will is. I've been thinking a lot about it.
D - [sighs] [The scene ends with the 2 men sitting on the bench facing the church.]

2. Myeonghui (M) and her SIL Cheolsuk (CK); Cheolsu (CU) comes home at the end of the scene.. It sounds like you got the part where M and Granny were on the phone talking about Yunhui and CK started yelling for M to feed her. M ends up getting off the phone with Granny and then we see CK sitting on the floor at the table and M is still in the kitchen:

CK - Kim Myeonghui, I told you to make the kimchi yourself, or ask our kitchen staff. Do you do any housework at all? You should make the kimchi yourself, not buy it. I can taste the MSG.
M - [walks in looking exasperated and says:] Excuse me?
CK - What is it?
M - You're being really harsh with me.
CK - What did I do?
M - I cook all the time. You don't do anything around here. How can you complain about the rice and side dishes all the time?
CK - I'm your SIL. What do you expect?
M - You're so cruel.
CK - Why did you get married then?
M - What did you say?
CK - A housewife should take good care of the home. Am I wrong?
M - Cheolsuk.
CK - DId I say something wrong? I'm your SIL. Your one and only precious SIL. I want to eat really healthy kimchi that has been made at home. What's wrong with that?
M - It's not wrong, but . . .
CK - Then make the kimchi properly. Do that rather than make strange letterboxes in front of the house. This is so salty. Did you prepare to be a wife or not? I guess you were too busy making yourself look good. [By this point M is getting progressively more upset and I am siding with M in this.] This is too sweet. Kim Myeonghui! Bring me some water. I need to rinse my mouth.
M - [Takes the towel off her head and throws it down on the table and says:] Geez. I can't take anymore!
CK - Goodness. Kim Myeonghui, what are you doing?
M - I've been really patient with you, but this is too much.
CK - Did you just throw down your head towel at me.
M - Yes I did. So what?
CK - [Gets up from the floor and shoves M saying:] How dare you?
M - Hey! Did you just push me? Don't think I can't push back.
CK - [Laughs] Push me then. Who looks stronger to you? You're so full of it. you think you're so good. You should be grateful my brother married you. [CK laughs some more]
M - [Goes on attack pushing CK - knocking her into the wall/door]
CK - Goodness. Did you really just push me? [I love how they both have to ask the obvious about having been pushed by the other!]
M - You pushed me first.
CK - So ... you really pushed me? [Did she think an invisible person was also present & pushed her?] I don't believe this. How dare you push your work senior?
M - Work senior? What a joke. We're at home right now. I'm above you when it comes to family rank.
CK - What?
M - It's true. I married your older brother, so I'm your elder SIL. So address me properly, got it? My little SIL.
CK - I don't believe this.
 [CK starts slapping M and M starts slapping her back. There is also lots of yelling going back and forth about how it hurts. CU comes home and finds CK and M sitting on the floor at opposite ends of the table. Both are crying and both have messy hair (I presume from the fight). CU keeps saying both of their names and asks M what's the matter.]
M - [Points at CK] She hit me
CK - No, Myeonghui hit me
M - Honey, why are you so late? I got beaten.
CK - My big brother . . . she hit me.
CU - I doubt it.
CK - It's true. She's stronger than she looks
[The scene ends with each woman tugging on one of CU's arms, M is saying "honey", CK is saying "big brother" and CU is saying things like "what are you two doing" and "wait a minute".]

3. Ujin's Mom (UM) and Ujin's Dad (UD). This is at their house and beings as UM arrives at home.
UD - Come and sit down. [He is holding a cup on a tray]
UM - What's that?
UD - Cheolsuk told me that you were almost home. I made a hot cup of Citron tea. It's rich in vitamin C. It will be good for your skin.
UM - You're acting strange. You never do things like this for me.
UD - Don't say that. I always wanted to do this for you. Have a drink. [UM starts drinking the tea. UD asks:] How was your day?
UM - What do you mean?
UD - How do you feel?
UM - How do you think I felt?
UD - Well . . . Ujin's not home yet. He doesn't come home much since he argued with you.
UM - I don't care about him.
UD - Honey . . .
UM - What?
UD - Can't you just lose to Ujin this time?
UM - [Yells:] What?
UD - You'll burst my eardrums.
UM - If you're going to say that, I'll divorce you.
UD - What?
UM - We've postponed it long enough.
UD - Why are you talking about us getting divorced?
UM - I don't like my husband or my son these days. I don't know why I got married and had a son like him. That's why I'm so upset. I want to give up living with you. If you don't want me to divorce you, then just keep quiet. Just step forth when I tell you to. I'm going to solve this problem. Do you understand?
UD - Don't be like that. If you just look at the person. . . whether she's rich, poor or from a good family. It's better . . .
UM - It's better than what?
UD - You know Yunhui. It's better than having a stranger in our home.
UM - [Slams the cup down on the coffee table]
UD - Goodness.
UM - Do you really want me to divorce you! Should we go to court?
UD - Besides, Ujin likes her so much. Just this once . . .
UM - Honey, I told you to keep quiet!
UD - Honey!
UM - Listen to me. Unless I die, I won't allow it. No! I won't allow it even if I die!
[The scene ends with UM moving to get up from the chair. The next scene is of Ujin driving up at the church at night where he meets outside with Yunhui's uncle again]
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I must be psychic, on my last post a while ago, I predicted a lot of crying from YH... emoticon LOL not exactly a difficult prediction, I'm aware! LOL

Lee Pil Mo's acting was the highlight of last night's episode, probably one of the episodes that comes to mind that I've enjoyed recently of this series. It's gotten stale for me, but there are still glimmers and moments that are quite moving or funny - for me last night was one of them.

His facial expressions and eyes express such powerful sadness and disappointment at the circumstances he is in, the pressures that his family is bearing down on him, as well as Yunhui's own fears/issues and her disappearance from the altar.

I also enjoyed the scene between Yunhui and her uncle (Priest), where she questions, is it really alright for her to be happy, despite the consequences it would bring - her family's potential rejection of her - for a sensitive and thoughtful girl like YH, all this is too much to bear.

It's been rather sad to watch this love story unfold, against such odds... I feel for Ujin and YH. I will be surprised to see how this taboo love can be fulfilled.

Which brings the revelation of "Mom's" illness. In these K-Dramas someone always gets sick at the end, and somehow is the binding tie to resolve whatever dispute. emoticon It remains to be seen how this will play out...

I got a kick out of the scenes this week with KiChang and his wife's continuing drama. The first scene with KiChang bribing the boys with their favorite chinese food, the two younger kids always have the most hilarious facial expressions and behavior when they're happy or when they want something.

The other scene that I found hilarious was when KiChang went to his clueless and lonely Lawyer. The lawyer's interest in touring the studios once he learned who KiChang's wife was, as well as the details about his 1 and only loss were hilarious - I bet the one case he lost was his own, when he was divorcing his wife and lost his own kids. LOL!

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Ep 50 (Sun)

After Ujin beats on her door incessantly, Yunhui comes out to talk with him. He wants to get married. She wants to break up. ‛That might be okay for you, but what about me?‛ he asks. He wants to move to the States, have a family there and build their own family. She finally agrees. Ujin tells Uncle Priest they want to get married right away.

Deleted... class ul At the newlywed house, Cheolsuk is staring at the wedding portrait and holding her hand to her neck, which seems to be sprained from her fight with Myeonghui. Myeonghui comes home from shopping and they begin arguing again, with Myeonghui violently throwing down all her bags. Cheolsuk goes into her room, slamming the door.Dad talks with Uncle on the phone. Yunhui is there at the church. Before Uncle can talk about Ujin, Mom is wheeled out on a gurney and has to hang up.

Myeonghui runs to her Grandmother, hysterically seeking advice on how to deal with Cheolsuk. Granny tells her she is married now—take care of it yourself. Granny tells her Mom is in the hospital.

Yeonghui argues with her director. He tells her if her work is good, he will use it. If it isn‛t, he will fire her and get a different writer.

Both Myeonghui and Yeonghui show up at the hospital, hysterical, clinging children onto their mother like little monkeys.

Outside the hospital, the three children sit and talk: Myeonghui, Donghun, Yeonghui. They talk about marriage. Myeonghui glowingly tells them Cheolsu is treating her fantastically, is making good money, and that she‛s going to help turn the restaurant into a more modern one. Yeonghui says she‛s getting a divorce. ‛Again?‛, asks Myeonghui.

At the mansion, Dad is still trying to chip away at Hwayeong, but she is self-satisfied in her stubborn stance against Ujin. Dad seems to be getting more disgusted and impatient with his wife‛s attitude, saying it is all karma—a result of how they neglected Ujin as he grew up alone. He tells her of their sister-in-law‛s hospitalization and tells his wife to visit her.

At the music studio, Ujin tells his partner that he is leaving their business, getting married and moving to the States.

Ujin buys a beautiful diamond ring for Yunhui and is on his way to the church. Even though she has promised to marry Ujin, she uncomfortably flashes back to all her happy times with the family. She talks with Uncle, telling him she wants to marry Ujin, asking if the families will one day forgive and accept them. Uncle doesn‛t reply, just hugs her.

Deleted... class ul Mom has returned home, talking with Yeonghui on the phone. Granny brings in a plate of food for Mom, feeding her pieces of fruit. As Yeonghui approaches her apartment, a man delivers a sealed envelope to her. Inside she is shocked to see a summons for divorce hearing: Ki-chang is the plaintiff, she the defendant. This infuriates her. The boys come in with a basketball. Ki-chang plays around with them, sending them out to the playground, it appears.

Yeonghui retains her own lawyer, a woman. She seems shocked by her lawyer is saying. ?
Meanwhile, Ki-chang is meeting with his lawyer in the next office, a weirdo. Both meet one another as they leave their lawyers‛ offices. Outside, they argue about not speaking to one another. Ki-chang tells her to take the bus... he will take the subway.

Dad meets with the doctor. His wife is very ill, from the looks of the doctor's face.

Hwayeong is a little guilty about not visiting or calling her sister-in-law, but declares to her husband that she will stay away until the Ujin issue is resolved.

At home on the swing, Dad is terribly worried about is wife. He listens to them laughing inside as they watch a funny program. Dad is the only person who knows there is trouble ahead for Mom.

At the church, Yunhui is dressing and primping for her wedding. She puts the red heart clasp into her hair. Ujin is on his way. He picks up a beautiful bouquet for her.

Uncle asks another priest to perform the wedding—Uncle cannot do it.

Before Ujin arrives, Dad appears in Yunhui‛s room. He tells her Mom is ill—it looks like cancer—and she is the only person he has told. She is so worried about Mom that she runs out, on her way home.

Ujin arrives at the church. No Yunhui. Uncle tells him she has returned home. Ujin is shattered, the bouquet dropping to the floor.

Fadeout...
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