Kidnapping seemed to be a piece of cake, even in a place crowded with people. Apart from the wedding guests, they would be visitors to the aquarium. Well, it seemed that way with wonder woman. She was forewarned of evil Jae-Hee entry into the room by his scent and she could have screamed, kicked, scratched, thrown chairs, whatever but like Mary’s little lamb she was led away. Hmmmp! Not so wonder woman after all.
Then there was baby face Moo-Gak, Beatle haircut again, after a brief change of hairstyle for the wedding. You can’t look macho like that, dude. However, I don’t blame him but on the casting. It is not possible for Park Yoo-Chun to look macho, not with his baby face. Unless they do some face rearrangement. Facial hair alone would not help.
Once bitten, twice shy. Twice bitten and you are a fool. He nearly got himself killed by evil Jae-Hee at the roof top; he had the opportunity to kill Jae-Hee, or at least severely crippled him, but did not do so and Jae-Hee fought back and could have killed him. More whacky scenes and then another epilogue.
It is really an anti-climax, especially after that nice epilogue in episode 15. The unnecessary drama in the final episode became dreary when you know the outcome – good guys always wins. They should have ended at episode 15 with that nice, little wedding.
This final episode is Girl Who Sees Smells is a bit of a mishmash, but we do get plenty of excitement, and some surprises, too. But first Mu-gak has to do his best save Cho-rim, and hope to finally avenge his sister and her parents in the process. Jae-hee has a few new tricks up […]