Da-jung is asked to explain her reasoning behind giving Teacher Hyun her share of the prize money during an on-camera interview, but is reluctant to answer when asked if she expects Teacher Hyun to ever give the money back. I’m sure she knows better now.
PD Lee displays actual human concern (I know!) for Da-jung, because she knows that if the girl were to get eliminated in the next round, she’d be in deep debt to the broadcast company since she just gave her prize money away....
In a voiceover, Geu-rae says that he now has to sell an item to the one person he doesn’t want to, and down on street level, Chief Oh watches the executive director’s car pass him by. Then it stops and he runs up to it, bowing deeply. He humbly asks the executive director to drop the disciplinary case on Dong-shik as a favor, but instead of directly answering, the executive director orders his driver to continue on.
On the rooftop, Geu-rae and Seok-yul are reeling from the news about the second part of their presentation. Geu-rae sees it as another game strategy: It’s about revealing yourself through your partner. If he decides to buy his partner’s item, it will only make his partner look good. But if he rashly rejects the item, then it makes him look petty....
The morning after Sun realizes that his father signed the traitorous maengui document under the nickname Juk-pa, he sets out to see him wearing the grimmest of faces.
(Former) Prime Minister Kim Taek watches this with some satisfaction, having been the one to send the prince the anonymous Juk-pa tip. He calls it a warning to the king, essentially threatening to take him down with him. Nobody messes with Kim Taek and can expect to get away with it.
Before Sun has a chance to say anything, Yeongjo requests his company and takes him along to a visit to his mother’s grave. Yeongjo’s mother was a water maid who became Sukjong’s concubine (and the basis for the lead character in Dong-yi), and Yeongjo explains having been ashamed of that fact, as well as resentful. Had she remained a lowborn servant, that would have been one thing, but because she was elevated to such a lofty status in a strictly stratified society, Yeongjo suffered constant disdain for her origins....
After playfully pushing Yoo-jin into the pool, Nae-il and the boys watch curiously as he splashes around and then remains below the surface. They don’t know that he’s having a post-traumatic panic attack of some sort, and that he’s lying on the floor of the pool thinking he’s going to die.
Suddenly a boy standing nearby jumps in to rescue him, and drags Yoo-jin out of the pool and revives him. Without so much as a thank-you from the others, he gets pushed aside by Nae-il, who cries for Orabang to wake up....
While the news reports on Yang’s recent arrest for human organ trafficking and how easily anyone can be a victim, we cut away to our latest kidnapping victim: Woong-chul, who is brought to his knees in an abandoned building.
His captor is a sharply-dressed man whom Woong-chul recognizes and shows deference to: “H-hyung-nim.” Interesting.
Elsewhere, Jung-moon visits an errand agency with an assignment to find someone: a man with a scar on his forehead and ran another errand agency up until two years ago. When asked where the Scarred Man lived, Jung-moon looks over the manager’s shoulder: “Over there,” he replies....
Yoo-jin arrives at the rehearsal room to find the S Orchestra in the throes of despair, after seeing a recording of the A Orchestra and realizing they’re about to get spanked in the orchestra-off. Yoo-jin rips up Il-lac’s sheet music and states the cold hard truth: Of course A Orchestra’s better, as they comprise the school’s elite and have worked much harder than the S Orchestra has in a few short weeks.
Il-lac asks indignantly if he’s suggesting that they quit because they’re going to lose anyway, and Yoo-jin replies that it’s better than facing public humiliation. Hm, this isn’t going the way I was expecting, although you can’t argue that Yoo-jin’s comments have truth to them....
Ji-dam bows before the king, who restores Heung-bok’s name and offers to give her whatever she likes as a reward for helping to solve the murder case. In the presence of Princess Hyegyeong, Yeongjo asks Sun if he wants to take Ji-dam as a consort, and all three heads turn up toward the throne, wide-eyed. Way to put your son on ice there. Thanks, Dad.
Sun answers diplomatically that he doesn’t even give enough time to his family as it is, and can’t handle taking on a consort. Yeongjo laughs and notes that he didn’t really consider Hyegyeong’s feelings, as if he weren’t doing all this on purpose....
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The governor of Anju is in for a rude awakening when he realizes that he’s put the crown prince in prison, and grovels before Min-seo by way of apology. “I am so sorry I didn’t recognize you, Your Highness!”
Sohyeon just smiles good-naturedly as he tells the governor to address him and not Min-seo, because he’s the crown prince. Ahaha. The governor STILL didn’t recognize him. I do love this running gag....
“s Gayoon and Song Jae Rim paired up for a photoshoot with “Marie Claire“!
The pair dressed in couple looks that weren”t cheesy and matching from head to toe, but instead chose styles that complemented one another in terms of color palettes and styles.
Check out the photos below!
The Soompi “We Got Married” recaps are back! It’s been many months since the last recap, but let’s jump right in. We have three couples: Actor Hong Jong Hyun and Girl’s Day‘s Yura, actors Song Jae Rim and Kim So Eun, actor Min Nam Gong and Trot singer Hong Jin Young. To get a better understanding of the couples, let’s take a closer look at the husbands. ...