Drama Review 'The Just right Wife' Episode 4

Drama Review 'The Just right Wife' Episode 4

Episode 4 of"The Just right Wife"is without a doubt an developmentat theultimate one, as it balances its pacing and is goingduring the things we wish to know ahead of moving on. This time we've got two situationswhich provide U.S. much wanted exposition and a hefty dose of characterization. There is a load more to Tae-joon, Joong-won and Sang-il than we see and they all unfortunately take a self-serving hobby in Hye-kyeong's matters.

"Ask, and it might be given you" is as random for drama as it's miles for religion. Occasionally your wish will come true, typicallyit's going to not. I'mgladto mention that my wish for episode four to slow down and give an explanation for things has come true. Episode 3 tackled too much for its duration and the interactions felt very rushed and missing context. This time we get nicely presented exposition and a fewfantasticpersonaconstructionthru cases at onceattached to our leading characters.

AdvertisementThe redevelopment case introduces us to Jo Gook-hyeon (Go Joon), the guy Tae-joon (Yoo Ji-tae) is expounded to have had unlawful dealings with, yet information technology also introduces the victim of Hye-kyeong's (Jeon Do-yeon) automobiletwist of fate from the past, Mr. Kang (Han Gap-soo). The reality that the 2 men paintingsin combinationcan't exist a coincidence. Shim Eun-sook's (Bae Hae-sun) case on the opposite giveoffers United States of America some quality time with Sang-il (Kim Tae-woo) and is helping us notice where he stands relating to morality.

By developingscenarios more heavilyassociated withthe keytale and arising the characters similar to them, there's nowant for switching from facet to side like episode three did. We've known Sang-il is harsh and manipulative, but now we are certain that he isn't squeaky blank himself and that he could also bea horny lousy person. On the other hand, Joong-won and Hye-kyeong's perceived scandal unearths the mistrust in Tae-joon and shatters his phantasm of a picture-perfect future. I wonder whether jealousy is the most effective real reason, however.

Lee Yeon-joo's (Park Ah-in) presence sparks some lower thanfulfilling revelations about Joong-won's work ethics and so does his communication alongside Joon-ho (Lee Won-geun). I assumed his overwhelmwas once pure, but I wonder if he had the rest to do with Tae-joon's present situation. Joong-won's fixation turned into clear, but now we know he'sin truth manipulative and opportunistic. Something is for sure, Hye-kyeong is stuck between a rock and a difficultposition with those two.

Her reaction when she testifies in court provides me hope, however. She is truthful and does no longer tolerate abuse when she can keep away from it. Mr. Kang's reappearance would definitelyreasoncomplications and it could explain some of Tae-joon's actions, but it's Hye-kyeong's choices which interest me. I am hopingto peer her divorced, unmarried and paying for any crimes she has committed by the end. Hey, a woman fire hope.

"The Sensible Wife"is directed byLee Jeong-hyo, written byHan Sang-woonand featuresJeon Do-yeon,Yoo Ji-tae,Yoon Kye-sangandKim Seo-hyeong.