Now that it has been established that Ha-won is an important person in the Kang family we get to see how the boys go out of their way to protect her when school-aged kids turn mean, and when jealousy incites terrible behavior. As of yet, the Kang cousins haven't yet gone head to head romantically, but a declaration from one of them makes such an occurrence a bit difficult. The perfect stuffs of K-drama.
The step-family has stepped in to meddle with Ha-won's life. Ha-won leaves Sky House because she believes that she failed her mission to bring all three cousins to their fathers' death anniversary. Alone and with nowhere to go, Hye-jin takes her in and learns that there is no romantic relationship between Ha-won and Hyun-min - a tentative friendship is formed that is quickly shattered. Why can't girls ever band together? Why must we be portrayed as fickle beings? In any case, the step-sister spreads vicious rumors about Ha-won who then has to suffer at the hands of a host of bullies. It is this situation that each Kang cousin hears about and rushes in to help. It is Ji-woon, who I believe to be the ultimate suitor, who fights for her decency and freedom, and Hyun-min who accidentally makes a public declaration of admiration. Anything can happen at this point, but the cards are on the table and it's up to Ha-won (and Hye-jin) to come to a few decisions.
Before all of the dramatics mentioned in the last paragraph, Seo-woo and Hyun-min join their mothers and CEO grandpa at the temple and it is here that we start to get a real gauge on family dynamics. In short, they are not good. Hyun-min's mom deserted him and seems to care more about his role as heir than about anything else. Seo-woo's mom, while jovial and always smiling, also has her eye on the monetary prize and weasels her way into the "heir" playing field.
I'm looking forward to the reintegration of Ha-won at Sky House with the new dynamics in friendship, romance, and brotherhood. Whether they like it or not, the Kang cousins are growing closer because of Ha-won and I, for one, really would love to see some bromance. And some good ol' romance. So now to wait until next Saturday...
Written by: Lisa Espinosa AKA Raine from 'Raine's Dichotomy'
Journalist, drama lover, and foodie, Lisa enjoys exploring Korea, speaking the language, and soaking in all that dramaland has to offer. Her Korean husband laughs that she knows more than he ever will about dramas and K-pop. Lisa Espinosa can be contacted via firstname.lastname@example.org.
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