So now I have to wonder whether it's Jung Hwan whom Deok Seon marries. If it is, he turns outother from the bad boy he seems to be here. Yet nosotros get so much, back and again, from Jung Hwan. It isobtrusive he likes her, but she does notreside on him too much. He does the entire niggling things right, and it's really cute. Especially since he ispractically denying to himself that he does them. There might be almost a feeling of exasperation that he does these things, almost as though he's unused to such tender emotions toward every other person. Up toI am rooting for Team Taek, I don't believe he's in the running.
On the opposite hand,Bora's loveline is interesting. I suspect she does have feelings for Sun Woo, but is afraid to turn them. I believe there is some age-ism there, form of a feeling of 'he's too young to satisfy me.' But by the similar token, when he stated he cherished her, she said it correct back. And her protests fell a little flat to me, let alone extracting a promise to never mention the confession to anyone. Why? I think there has beenan entire lot left unsaid there, and I'm going to existunhappy if they do not pursue it further. But, to cite Foghorn Leghorn, "I've been -- I say -- I have been wrong before."
I love the sentiments they dig up here. I used to be a little concerned, at first, about the household dynamic, but they have done a excellent job. At first it was really, really confusing to see what was going on with the overwhelm of other people involved, but it's gotten better, now that the introductions are out of the way. Most likely 1 just were given used to it but I mightlove to mean that it progressed some. Before, it all really appeared like just a chaotic mess.