I do not set outthe entire Bora hate. The reactions of his guests are entirely reasonable, especially Dong Ryong, who had no clue for 6 years! That ismany yearsto conceal a secret. But the moms, I am not yeswhat is going on there. First off, that's between him and his family, not between him and the remainder of them. Perhaps it has something to do with her blunt nature, or most likely with her protest days? I don't see an issue here. She's wise, and when they were more youthful she was a veritable Socrates (well, with the exception offeminine and Korean), doling out wisdom that helped them grow. She's also cute, successful, and captivating when given a chance. I presume we're going tolocate out more in the finale.
Jung Hwan probably can have been such a lot more. While I realize him stepping apart for his friend, it is alsobeautiful infuriating. That's gotta consume away at you, that you aremadly in honey and can not take the object of your desire. I kinda feel for him, though. The guy generally does the correct things right throughthe whole series. He's a stand-up guy for his parents, he's done heaps of little things to assist and give coverage to Deok Seon, and he even stands down so his friend can get the girl. I actually hope there is awomanlooking forward to him in the finale.
Well now they're wrapping things up, and I lovethe reality that romances are coming together. Everyone wishes someone, and I still think Sun Woo and Bora are a lovely couple. I do think Taek is a just right choice, too -- it's going to exist funny to see Deok Seon tying his shoelaces in the present, though. There were such so much of cute moments in this episode that I practically had a feelz overload. See you the next day to come for the finale!