At least Han Gyul is learning though, which is proper, considering his age as opposed to the trio. At least Kdrama + toast will forever equal that scene in my mind. And with a band that have a come back, they wouldnt have time to do anything else. So I end up looking pathetic with my little pack of ramyun, and getting more bloaty after eating it, with the craving still intact. And at that very moment, Han-gyul bursts out onto the roof, searching for So-rim.
Well, when things are considered unconventional, it always makes some people uncomfortable, even if the parties involved are happy together. It's probably a factor of 1. But that is just what we perceive, and these limitations are set upon our own conditionalities. Grandma sends him away to wash up and then turns to a grinning So-rim, admitting that she picked up quite a skilled and handsome fella. She's like his muse and his means at the same time. I'm not being sarcastic mandatory disclaimer for 2017 , I'm genuinely curious.
After spending all this time warming up to our characters and understanding their inner turmoil, I find the arrival of this conflict to be near-perfect timing. He also advises her to keep this a secret from Jin-hyuk. Han-gyul apologizes, saying Chan-young has the wrong idea. It depends on the degree of ambition definitely. Jin-hyuk informs her that So-rim is his newest trainee — a trainee that Han-gyul and Chan-young fought over.
So why, oh why, autotune what's supposed to be live without techs there? Chanyoung once told Sorim I forgot when , that he hates people who just talk about music, but don't do anything about their passion. Yes, we might feel desperate, anxious and even helpless at times. It pulls me out of the story's reality. Perhaps that mindset of his will change as time goes on — and I sincerely hope it does — but for now, I am not happy with him. On one hand, it looks delicious as hell, on the other, where in the world am I supposed to find jjajangmyun or fried chicken in the middle of the night in Finland, when I'm watching dramas and craving for them. And Jinwoo is a little too immature or he would do well I don't know how I feel about Chanyoung he feels alone but at the same time he never made an effort with the guys, they don't seem like the type to exclude him. I was waiting for some sort of comfort or compassion in his response, but he just said she had to get used to it? Han-gyul looks at the case and then back at her.
It's all about opening up your mind, and seeing that different people can connect and love each other, no matter how unlikely a match it seems on paper. Aki is more brooding and depressed in the manga. I like it more that everyone gets a side story, it makes the story feel more organic. The resemblance shakes So-rim so badly that she nearly faints. So-rim joins Chan-young and Sole Music employee Soo-yeon the girl who seems to like Shi-hyun in the back. First of all, I want to take this opportunity to thank Gelai. It's really sad how upset I get when things don't go my way.
Because she has nothing to do with Crude Play and K well at least that's what he thought and so he can free himself and do what he wanted to do from the beginning I think. I never knew I would squee so hard everytime han gyul in confusion for what to do. Maybe, down the road he will figure out what his heart desires the most. I'm surprised at how much better she feels right now. She is more confident, shining in the new job, always starts and ends her day as a much happier and fulfilled person.
But now that So-rim knows the truth, he better put away that thinking and do it quick. As soon as Han-gyul exits the car and heads for his door, Jin-woo comes barreling toward him and shoves him against the wall. Chan-young starts to protest when So-rim pops in, ready for practice. Joy has nice voice, cute smile, the character is likable. Yoo-na thinks about this and declares that she wants Han-gyul to work on her next album after all. Debuting a group with a bland title song written by a completely inexperienced songwriter would be a selfgoal so to speak.
I like the romance building up. Why is this creepy to so many people? Then we cut to Chan-young as he watches So-rim practice with what looks like hope all over his face. I think everyone can relate to that. To be compared to a genius is quite hard I think. She tells her chauffeur to stop the car and steps out to approach Han-gyul.
The show is frustrating at times but the characters are very interesting. The drama feel like school 20xx than high schoolers and adults. I don't like how she kept on doing things that can hurt the group as a whole. It's fine that they do that to the performances that would be autotuned irl anyway, but it doesn't work well when it's a performance where such equipment is nowhere in sight. Why do I have to choose between music and you? Han-gyul notes that she looks out of it and leans in to check her forehead for a fever, but So-rim keeps giggling and flinching away. So-rim is on her way home too, stuck in a daze, when she suddenly runs into Jin-woo.
I was also angry but I thought it through and I can understand now why it had to be Chan-young. He gives So-rim a small smile and sighs, glad to have gotten all of that off his chest. Chan-young insists that he was simply keeping the public appeal in mind. I know that's gonna be a sweet song! He is a bit reckless and has big ego. I'd add that it has to do with being good, but not enough to be the best.