I think 444 is just a position. It was on his death bed, but he confessed he loved her. Towards the end of the series, she was confronted by her angered son Moo-gang who is possessed by the grim reaper which is the soul of Kim Joon after she murdered her older brother two decades ago. Like her friend Da-Jung noted, Mi-Mo was not acting like her reckless self. Bring on the next drama please.
My feeling for this plot is 'lacking courage', rather than 'giving a riddle'. This drama was like dragging harder than a drag queen idk lol i agree with 909 sorry couldn't reply to your comment directly. U work hard and u did well too : My complaints about the finale: -It was confusing. Because he played it over the top at times, you found yourself watching him, but the fact is that while he was having fun, you lost track of things like Mari's family owns an estate and a helicopter. All awesome in their characterisation with a spike of humour and mythological reference. Such as When a Man Loves, Fashion King, Blade Man. The text of Wikipedia is available under either the or the.
But if you want to have an explanation, please read my post. She lived a full life, a normal life, and so she didn't get dragged into the whole crime stuff. I've watched the entire filmographys of talents like Kim Ki-duk, Lee Chang-dong, Hong Sang-soo, Park Chan-wook, Hur Jin-ho etc. Leo finds Black and tells him about meeting Congressman Kim that morning, who told him about the tape that Leo had apparently given away twenty years ago. I saw really good chemistry.
He had all the evidence to get them locked up in prison for eternity. Now I'm just going to imagine that they're being tormented in hell. I think I would have liked such an ending, even if it's close to Master's Sun. Then there is the tense relationship between Moo Young and Jin Gook. But for me, I was touched by the cute father-son hug scene. A shame really since she's pretty good at the other stuff, but she's a disaster when it comes to finales.
Just the writers that need to know how to polish off a script. Despite how the ending went, I still love this show nonetheless. And then they just make moony eyes at each other in an explosion of cuteness. How the heck is that bracelet still exist? I guess we will never know why the Time Mart Mall collapsed. He sits with Teddy, blowing balloons, and tells himself the body swap will be fine—just like inflating a balloon, deflating it, and then inflating it again. Maybe, just maybe, people who are not you are entitled to their own opinions and should be afforded some respect. But do they re-write it as the episode progress or regress and consider viewers reactions? Did Royal Group ever come to be? Mom realizes that Ha-ram is struggling but that Black is only person who can help her.
I had to go back and watch it a few more times to understand it. Having an open ending does not automatically mean the viewers are being asked to use their brains. I was guffawing like a mad cow. Everybody thanked Haram and she was so happy that she decided on making it a life mission of hers to save people. Currently, at ep 18, there is only 2 pages of comments here discussing this drama; compare that to Doctors who had 10 pages of comments by ep 18. If they cant be together while Haram is alive, they can just make them together in afterlife. The beginning of the fate 13.
Sweeping events really don't make maturity happen. . If Joon did not exist in this timeline, then he is relieved from being a Reaper because he found his body last time, so he probably just waited around for her. I do recommend this drama, but advise against watching the last ten minutes of the show. It just doesn't make sense. Open endings and semi-open endings can be just as lazy and be pandering to audience desires as much as closed ones, and vice versa. To keep it short: - Loser Reaper can't be in Leo's body.
He plans to get surgery from a world-renowned brain surgeon in America. He only was able to approach her because he got a borrowed body. His entry is when he comes to collect the soul of someone Ha-ram had just tried to save, so was intrigued for like 0. I have cousins in Busan who are less concerned. Black speeds back to Seoul and finds Man-soo at his new insurance company. We then soon find out she has been haunted by the curse of seeing the shadows of death beside people who are to die soon, and if she touches them she can see how they die in various flashbacks.
If she was played as intelligent, but inexperienced more, I think people would have liked the character more. Only one I liked was You're Beautiful. A good example of all these features is in Hwayugi: A Korean Odyssey which has a stellar cast whose actors have been in many prior drama together. It means that she should start paying attention on improving her acting skills and perhaps look to learn from some of the good and talented actors around her. None of this ideas'd been used properly. But perhaps still better than the director's laughably forced happy ending? Me do was called really bad names everywhere on the internet and many said they hated the actress because of her role as me do.
She gives Kyung-joon his watch, newly fixed, and then leaves him with a peck on the cheek. I thought the scene of her making out in When a Man Loves was embarrassingly bad. She is amazing and versatile actress who play really complecated role unlike many actress her age who play kids at school roles. She asks now if Da-ran wants to end up the same way. Ae-Ran owns an internet shopping mall where she models her bikini lines. Mujin really is a hellmouth. The ending doesn't work if you don't go back and understand the function of episode 15.