Hee, thank you very much! :D Please do show me who you are, anon! I’d love to talk more about this great show. My tags for that show are really just incoherent babbling. I’m glad you don’t see my twitter. That’s even worse. (I am so sorry for my followers… and friends who also watch the same show. You guys know who you are. I love you all and I’m sorry for what a mess I am.)
Lol if only the sexy times scene was actually real. I, too, can’t wait!
Ooh, anon I’m sorry for the late reply on this one…
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Episode 5 or Episode 6? I think Episode 5’s opening was pretty straight-forward once the episode was over, lol. (Which I loved. I know poop jokes aren’t everybody’s thing. But the series has never taken itself too seriously, and I think that’s what makes it so fun to watch.)
I think you mean Episode 6! With Gi-tae and Jang-mi in his room, right? For me personally, I saw it, and while suggestive, with five episodes in we should be used to the fact that the series always dismantles what was previously believed to be true (e.g. Yeo-reum’s albeit stupid “mystery is my concept” and I’m-a-grease-ball-who-loves-to-be-surrounded-by-women facade. Fact of the matter is… he has abandonment issues. Which is heavy, and realistic. I appreciated that because it’s a different approach to the series’ already explicit theme of being alone and/or loneliness. Seriously. All 5 leads (eh, Hoon-dong is just a joke, I’m not sorry to say.) approach that theme differently and it’s so good. But I won’t get to that now!) Episode 5 is also a very good example of that. The opening was emitting sadness, and while the actual thing still contained some form of sadness, and repentance on Gi-tae’s side, it actually… was… more ridiculous and comedic than anything. Lmaooo. Which was, imo, very good.
Anyway, I didn’t think much of that opening lol. I saw it and knew it was going to be something else. I don’t think the series is gonna touch up on that again, either. It was simply meant to lure you in, but only to have it go the complete opposite of what you expected.
(Now imagine. once they do get together… we’ll be getting situations like that and possibly more. Yum.)