To my wonderful surprise,"Oh Hae-Young Again"actually does a veryjust rightprocessstrikingat the brakes and going "whoa now, seems like we want more episodes". Rumination is the order of the day, as characters contemplate over whether or now notthey could also beready toactually get a gladfinishingsimply by thinking pleased thoughts. As it turns out Hae-young and Do-kyeong still have numerous wreckage from beyondstudies floating around, and it is going to convey more than a steady push to solve those problems.
The sensible news? Hae-young and Do-kyeong have a genuinely sturdy bond. If one of them has a difficult day, they're able to get reassurance from the other. The other Hae-young has in huge part disappeared as a thing in the taleprincipally because Hae-young and Do-kyeong don't appear to be letting symbolic problemstrouble them anymore. Even making an allowance for that more tangible threats exist, the alternative Hae-young has been one of theseenormous stumbling block for either one of them that this qualifies as a significant accomplishment.
One such danger is Tae-jin, whose eye-for-an-eye mentality is technically no other from Do-kyeong's previous in the drama. Yet Tae-jin is going into vengeance mode with his eyes wide open while Do-kyeong was once blinded by ability of drunken grief. Hae-young's take-down of Tae-jin as a persona is brutal, unreleting, and well-deserved. And in troublesome contrast to her takedowns of Do-kyeong, there is nogenuinego outtrail for Tae-jin with the exception ofto confess that Hae-young is right. There ispriceless little evidence he ever really cared about her.
AdvertisementJi-an also returns, chiefly every bit a unfavourable force opposed to Hae-young and Do-kyeong, but more subtly as a thematic impediment for Soo-kyeong, whose storyline with Jin-sang is legitimately heart-pounding. I suspect information technology bears repeating- her "raise the kid overseas" conceptis actually stupid, and I am going to be disillusioned if there is a timeskip indicating that she did that and it worked. Soo-kyeong's simplesttype for a maternal figure is Ji-an and again and again we see that Ji-an is lovely much the worst conceivableuser for this role.
Yet at the similar time, Soo-kyeong is totallyproper in her overview of Jin-sang's shortcomings. What is more,Kim Ji-seok-Iis very good as a guy who is legitimately terrified of creatingvastlifestyles changes, especially when they involve a lady as intimidating as Soo-kyeong. This makes for a a lot more poignant and realistic non-publicbattleby way offashionable relationships. Even though really, around the board that isat all times been the maximum importantgiant strength of"Oh Hae-Young Again".