Not sure if Seung Hee is a brainwashed Jae Hee who doesn't know she's Jae Hee or truly a Jae Hee doppelgänger who is a spy and happened to be a doctor too. But what would be the point? Episode 5 is wonderful but that two scenes of Jong Suk really was the best to me. But, given the rarity of such ability as evidenced by me going blank of trying to come up with any merit-able benchmark to kdrama acting that can exemplify as much nuance that is demanded for such expectation and given of how much talent that the producers have in their hands, becoming one-note is therefore inevitable for Seung Hee. Right from the start, when it was announced that she will be in this show, the criticisms have never stopped. He then flees to South Korea. Hm, these meetings do seem to support the theory Seung-hee might be a spy; judging from her clothes, was this a recentish assignment? The leading actress who till now doesn't lead anything should do a serious work on her acting and hopefully before the drama ends, she is like a non existing individual in that drama, she is adding nothing to the show at the contrary, the few scenes she is in make you feel nothing, blank.
Namun di rumah sakit itu, Park Hoon di kucilkan oleh pegawa yang lain layaknya orang asing stranger. And who should we see back at the hospital but Seung-hee, who takes a call from Agent Cha. That agent guy makes her into what she is. Else life could get so boring. I'm glad stuff is starting to move on the doppelganger front, and I still think she's brainwashed and amnesiac - without a dead body, no one in dramaland can be actually presumed dead.
A senior nurse wonders why an exceptionally skilled doctor like Hoon was fired. Take the hospital evasion scene for example. Or is it too early in the game. When Seung-hee becomes conflicted and question who she is as well as the feelings that I predict will emerge through her interactions with Hoon after all, he touched Soo-hyun's heart and melted her cold exterior too , that's when I feel it is more apt to discuss Se-yeon's acting capability and where she is failing. She is for the most part a one-dimensional character. I felt this way in gaksital too though. Sorry, not trying to bash.
She got the job done as I could believe in her character. He makes sure to rub her slip-up into her face like the jackass he is. Yeah, that was my feelings as well, that she was just practicing so that she could imitate calling Hoon's name whenever the need arose. I like his detailed expression, his goofy side, and when he is angry or sad, everything is done well. I suspect major plastic surgery, rather than amnesia, but the next episode will confirm it. A lot of people had issues with her casting which I felt was unsettling because although not an amazing actress, she didn't completely lack talent either. So, I will let my own imagination fly on that.
. I really want to know what their mission is. Kang Sora is so good as well. At least for my sanity. Is it odd that an enormous table only has three chairs? Smuggler Im is taken away by an ambulance… as Agent Cha watches the events unfold from his car. Chang-yi balls her fist at the physical gesture. Nothing masterful, but it gets the job done.
In North Korea, Park Hoon was trained to become a doctor by his father who was already a doctor. Don't tell me this drama grows up from this scenario cause that's really it. And personally, it makes the Jae Hee character ten times more interesting than if she was the pining lover. The drama is not only about her searching for her dad but also about the cultural differences between her and her husband's family. Sang-jin is practically giddy at the thought his sister and the recently fired doc will take a trip downtown. Park Hoon Lee Jong Suk is raised in North Korea to become a doctor by his doctor father, who had defected to South Korea years ago and met his South Korean mother before being captured and returned to North Korea. They play completely different characters and their interaction with Park Hoon is vastly different too.
Subbers on Viki are mostly volunteers, means they have other jobs and a life. She thanks him for his honesty and he pulls her into a tighter hug. Jae Hee or whatever her current name is, is not. And how she's actually really trying to help him. And how Hoon actually kind of opened up to her about Jaehee when they were detained. But then again, we will see if that is the case or not haha. How much did you know about her beforehand? I suspect it has to do with trying to kill off the President he's the one with the heart condition, right? She's still young compared to her co-stars so there's room for development.
Yoon Seo Hwa Lee Yeon Hee and the guardian god of Jiri mountains, Gu Wal Ryung Choi Jin Hyu. The lights suddenly turn on and they find themselves caught by Sang-jin and the police. But otherwise, she was okay. Actually getting to see those tapes is another problem altogether since Hoon is promptly ushered out despite his persistent efforts. My feelings about her acting skills was that she was serviceable.
And I've loved Jae Hee since episode 1, but it seems like ppl here decided to side against her and the drama from the very beginning and it only grew worse with each episode. Seeing Soo-hyun waiting outside, Seung-hee recalls being given a file from Agent Cha, it seems on her and her mother. In my perspective, I actually think that she improved alot in terms of her acting from Bridal Mask to this drama. So you can imagine his shock to be told that Smuggler Im is in fact, gone, and astounded that no one knows why. They seem to be two entirely different people. Overall, I think she's either dead, or they manipulated her with the knowledge of Park Hoon killing her father, using his heart to save her.
I also agree that there might be a possibility that Jaehee had amnesia and was brainwashed by the North. This time, I also tuned into the pre-production commentary. I've only seen Jin Se Yeong briefly in Bridal Mask as I was not able to follow the drama too closely at that time but didn't think she was that terrible. My heart just clenches when his hopes are squashed everytime. I want more of this. I remember the first time I saw Jin Se-yeon was in Gaksital as Mok Dan. I believe that Jae Hee loves Park Hoon as much as Park Hoon's love Jae Hee.