Mid Year KDramaland Thoughts

Can’t believe we are going to cross the second half of 2017 very soon.  It has been an exhausting ride in trying to keep up with all the dramas.

I was supposed to give time for “Defendant” last week but I had an urgent matter to attend to.

So far prosecutors, serial killers and time slip plot still dominate kdrama land.  I am disheartened why TVN is appearing to be on slump even when I like their recent offerings.  The Big 3 Networks are alternatingly throwing dramas that drew a strong fanbase – Defendant (SBS), Chief King (KBS) and Ruler (MBC).  JTBC delivered a strong stride for the Fri-Sat slot with “Strong Woman Do Bong Soon” and “Man To Man”.

I am still mustering strength to focus on “Father is Strange” due to the rating it is getting recently.  But I cannot promise a lot since I am watching and reviewing 10 dramas at present.  *kdramagods guide me lol

So far, I have placed “Strong Woman Do Bong Soon”, “Voice”, and “Chicago Typewriter” for my favorites this year.  Among the currently airing ones, I am enjoying “Circle” and “The Best Hit” immensely.  The latter for the hilarious tone while the former really just blow my mind.

I am looking forward to the second half because of Im Si Wan and Nam Joo Hyuk drama.  What k-dramas have you liked so far this year?

Happy Weekend Everyone!

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K-Drama Diary (May 4th Week – June 1st Week)

I feel like I deserve to watch ‘Wonderwoman’ to be more inspired in unleashing my strength.  I had and still having vigils for my father who is currently admitted in the hospital right now.  So I will make my kdrama diary update really quick.  I decided to rename this K-Drama Diary as having 10 dramas on my plate right now would make me skip some episodes which I will try to race through before the drama ends.  I learned not to complain ever because kdrama gods are spiteful and they will shower dramas more if I whine about hallyuland or something.  lol

We had 6 dramas that premiered in the past two weeks and 3 that ended from the past batch premieres.  I have to make this quick and will make up for my next update because I have to catch up with the dramas I have to watch really fast.

 

Chicago Typewriter (Finale Week)

I feel like I will remember this drama everytime I see an old typewriter.  There are a lot of good things to say about this with the review that I’m about to write after this.  But all through its run I like how the we transitioned from real to imaginary owing to the switching of timelines.  I like the trips to 1930’s and how the writer stayed focus in uncovering the details simultaneously with the events of the past and present while binding both the conflicts to the fictional novel that triggers the characters to redeem their unresolved issues.  Here’s my full review published at hellokpop.

chicago typewriter

Queen For Seven Days (Pilot Week)

The opening week stuns me with the poignant frame of telling me that I will be up for a weep fest, but I don’t care if I do I’m still gonna watch it.  I love Lee Dong Gun’s character already, he just fit in right away to a messy character that I want to love and hate.   As the adult versions of the other two main leads have not appeared yet, I’m preparing my heart well for this tragic love story.

My Sassy Girl (Pilot Week)

Now I understand the part when they say it will be like a quasi adaptation.  I drowned in amusement remembering the original film and how they transcribed it in a Joseon period drama.  Man this rom-com will make me feel good and will parade an interesting story to my taste.

Suspicious Partner (Ep 13-16)

That I was not expecting!  The villains twist surprised me but the last minute kiss calmed my heart right away.  Good job for still keeping the romance and story Ji Wook.  Please don’t turn ‘My Secret Romance’ on me.

suspicious partner

My Secret Romance (Finale Week)

Dear Sung Hoon, I still like you warts and all about the drama.  Here’s my review for Secret Romance

The Best Hit (Opening Week)

Love love love the hilarious hijinks of this show.  It promises to be my comic relief each week.  Don’t have second thoughts adding it to your list.  I wrote an opening week preview of ‘The Best Hit’ at hellokpop.

Till my next kdrama entry!

-abbyinhallyuland

 

 

 

KDramaland Weekly Round Up (May Week 2)

We had three new dramas opening this week and some more in the coming weeks.  Hopefully this will be a start of a lively weekly drama line up.

My Secret Romance (Mon-Tue) Ep 7

Episode 8 was preempted just when the romance plot is thickening.  argh  The appetizer kiss scene in Episode 7 surprised me.  I just felt that coming from their one night stand and meeting after, the awkwardness if will not be discussed should have at least drawn some line or urged Yoo Mi at least to question Jin Wook’s right to just kiss her as he pleases.  I will still give the love plot in this drama a chance to redeem the story since we will be crossing the middle part so hopefully we can balance the romance and comedy.  Technically they are trying to insert mushy scenes more than yarning the story, and even if it is acceptable in rom-com dramas I got a bit disappointed because I like the director’s work in Something About 1% last year.  Give me a story next week, I like Jin Wook’s vacuum kisses but I want us to talk as well.  *chuckles

The Liar and His Lover (Mon-Tue) Finale Week

So Rim and Han Gyul wrapped up their story on a safe landing.  I have written the full review for hellokpop so if you want to watch it soon, check my recommendation.  Overall I like the story before the pandemonium of conflicts in the closing sprint.  It would have been nice if So Rim and Han Gyul were not pushed behind because of unresolved problems that they had to fit in the dying episodes.

the liar and his lover

Suspicious Partner (Wed-Thurs) Premiere Week

I signed up for this of course because of Ji Chang Wook oppa since they bribe me with his “first rom-com role” premise.  What’s strange was that it felt weird seeing him slumped on a chair with paperworks.  lol  The love vibes with his lead girl is not yet settling in me, but I like Nam Ji Hyun so I’m positive that she will win me over.  Here’s my opening thoughts for Suspicious Partner at hellokpop.  

suspicious partner

Ruler Master of the Mask (Wed-Thurs) Premiere Week

I skipped Rebel and Saimdang period dramas because I was not drawn by the initial premise and the actors playing on it.  I like how the water system exploitation conflict will be the basis for the story’s premise.  It is reminiscent of Flower in Prison and Tree With Deep Roots so I have picked up this drama on my list.  Here’s also my hellokpop first impression for ‘Ruler’.

Ruler Master of the Mask

Man to Man (Fri-Sat) Ep 7-8

Ghost Agent K feels like Healer all over again and it’s making me feel so in love.  *giggles  Everything about this drama is perfectly executed so far.  I like the placement of the conflicts as the spy missions for the hero, and I like how his character is showing amusing facets that is making the story more adorable.  The bromance with action star Woon Gwang is also commendable along with the heroine’s intuitive nature.  Friday and Saturday dramas are what’s keeping me happy weekly.  If you are still considering watching this drama it won’t disappoint you.

Chicago Typewriter (Fri-Sat) Ep 9-10

Se Ju and the gang never looked back and keeps throwing on cryptic puzzle pieces little by little as the picture and connection of their past lives is reaching clarity at present time.  What I am anticipating is whether the mistakes from their past lives will finally be atoned in their present lives.  I think the limbo situation of ghost Jin Oh will be unraveled soon as well as the backstory of Seol’s trauma.  ps.  That 1930’s kiss scene was so hot.  lol

chicago typewriter

Bad thief, Good Thief (Sat-Sun) Premiere Week

For a 50 episode drama the first two episodes are not enough for me to understand the intention of the production team.  So I’m going to give it 10 episodes to prove its worth.  The premiere week displayed back story that I did not feel entwined at all so come on drama entice me! 

bad thief good thief

KDramaland Weekly Round Up (May Week 1)

May 1st Week (May 1-6)

My Secret Romance (Mon-Tue) Ep 5-6

Enter our equally adorable second lead who secretly love the lead girl. The annoying desperate second lead girl also raised the stake high on her claim to the man who does not like her. Can we get to the mushier part fast? This is supposed to be a rom-com. If you cannot give me a story, give us the romance at least.

my secret romance

The Liar and His Lover (Mon-Tue) Ep 13-14

Now we have all sorts of problems in the story. Understanding that this is a youth drama, I’m going to be objective on the understanding level of the cast given their age and because this was conceived with a target audience in mind. Maybe it’s because I can’t tolerate tantrums so I hate when the characters are acting immature. But okay I’ll let it pass because they are young. But come on give me at least a happy note for its closure. It would have been better if the conflict focused on just the career path of the cast. Throwing in personal indifferences, belated love declarations and grudges are a bit too late to arrive at a still valid enlightenment. Our heroine whom I liked on her nonchalant approach on her life problems seem like a ghost triggering a baseless misunderstanding for the male leads. She lost her decisiveness along the way when they shift to the supporting cast’ problem. I don’t know what else will happen. sigh

Chicago Typewriter (Fri-Sat)

Election preempted the serving of Chicago this week…*pout

Man To Man (Fri-Sat) Ep 5-6

The travesty and the stoic handsome spy pretty much sums up why I am excited to watch this drama every week. Just as spy ‘K’ is off to exit on his cover by toying on a woman’s heart, he was asked to keep his current identity as it is needed on the mission. Park Hae Jin is strangely growing in me because of his cute and suave spy acting.  It’s basically the delightful caper vibe that’s making me feel invested on the trajectory of the story.  

I was supposed to start ‘Tunnel’ but the boys from Produce 101 Season 2 put an enchantment on me lol. I will catch up today and tomorrow and will update you about it.

I decided to just let ‘Queen of Mystery’ and ‘Whisper’ finish they run and do the full reviews since I will be picking on ‘Suspicious Partner’, ‘Good Thief, Bad Thief’ and ‘Ruler: Master of the Mask’ next week. So they will round up my weekly rants… I mean update.

I still owe ‘Chief Kim’ review and I’m hoping for an oppa muse to inspire me in finishing it.

Happy Monday everyone! ^_^

KDramaland Weekly Round Up (April Week 3)

April 3rd Week (April 17-22)

I’m back with my snippet servings!  I hope everyone is happy following dramaland these days.  Though not explosive, I’m enjoying the variety of themes I am getting.

My Secret Romance (Mon-Tue) Ep 1-2

This TVN offering promises to give us the romance vibes.  I like the fast pacing.  I hope to see the relationship progressed to a more sincere manner since the premise of their love story was a bit sporadic.

The Liar and His Lover (Mon-Tue) Ep 9-10

I marathoned this cute drama and I was so drawn to the lead girl’s optimism.  Less the music, it gave me the “Izatura na Kiss” vibe.  I’m happy that it is an easy breezy watch for the young cast and the adults take care of the convoluted music industry related conflicts.

Queen of Mystery (Wed-Thur) Ep 5-6
I’m not a fan of the main leads except Lee Won Geun who can stun me with his flirty smile. *lol  But there’s something refreshing on this comic police investigation drama that had me invested.  Maybe it’s the quirk since I mostly am drawn with it and romance.  *chuckles


Chicago Typewriter (Fri-Sat) Ep 3-4

Finally I was given what I signed up!  The bleak opening week I was unsure of made me sad, but I bear with it because of Yoo Ah In oppa.  Thank God it came more clearer and adorable for this week’s episode.  And yes the premise of a real ghost, ghost-writing for a famous novelist cracked me up.  I like the mingling of the serious tone and the humor so far.  I think the production team is intent to make us not give up on it this time.

I am catching up with “Whisper” and “Man to Man” So I will include them on my list next week.  I will let “Radiant Office” end and will just do its series review.  -jediprincess

Chicago Typewriter Ep 2 Musings and Summary

So the other half of premiere week gave a much more elaborated background of the past timeline.  I have a slight issue on what the catalyst is for the time transition though.  You see I’m used to incense sticks, talisman or subway to transition to a past setting, but that we cannot seem to grasp yet in the story.  The narration as what I’ve mentioned last time is easy to follow, but the rules that are being introduced felt like coming from nowhere.  I mean are we going to have a ghost hunting party here?  Dear Drama, I signed up for you so please give me a good run for the next 4 episodes.  Please enlighten me and polish the time element execution because I’m close to saying that Chicago Typewriter is a story of a best selling novelist who seems like Disney’s Beast with enchanted objects in his house serving him.  *chuckles
Chicago Typewriter Episode Recaps
01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06, 07, 08, 09, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16
Chicago Typewriter Episode 2 Summary
Se Ju tries to process how the girl in his dream becomes his life saver now as Seol trembles as the flashback jinx when she is holding a gun emerges.  The assailant senses her faltering and attempts to attack her, but she subdues him no sweat with her martial arts skills.  She orders Se Ju to call the police and they came to get the crazy stalker.  
Se Ju’s critical mind is suspicious of her connection to the attacker so she tries to explain how she entered the door and how the dog led her to the place.  She mumbles how she is feeling dizzy but he refuses to talk inside so she eventually faints in his arms.  She wakes up happy realizing she is at Se Ju’s guest room and gets up to find her way to the main door.  Seol is amazed at his extensive book collection and enters his writing room when the door opened as if it was inviting her.  She spots the typewriter and as she reaches for it, flashbacks of a woman who looks like her living in another era plays in her mind.  
Se Ju appears and escorts her out just as she is about to get a glimpse of the man she was about to kill in her epiphany.  Seol stops herself from furthering her excuse that the door just opened as he blabs on why doors just open for her magically.  He lets her eat while he works on his writing and she furtively beams for that amazing fan girl moment.  He shatters her illusion by telling he is sitting there because she might wander around and not because he does not want her to eat alone.  He quips that he still suspects her and replies that he did not bring her to the hospital not because he cares, but he can’t be in the gossip section of newspaper too because he is already filling it out all the sections well.
 Seol pouts how cold he is as a person but responds yes to his question if she learned shooting since she had a great form from the early debacle.  She refuses to answer why she stopped shooting as people tend to stay away from her whenever she told that top secret.  He mutters he would never learn it then and urges her to go home when she is done eating.  Seol offers her help in typing his rough draft to call it even for letting her rest and breaking his Tiger Woods golf club.  She goes through varied emotions while typing the story as Se Ju is amused at her reactions.
Seol types in silence while Se Ju observes him, and we go to a deja vu of the two in the same scenario bickering about her typing speed as she whines that his poor handwriting is slowing her down.  1930 Se Ju (let’s call him that since he is not yet introduced properly) falters on his bike and hits a hay stack so he threw his writing at Yoo Su Yeon to rush it to the printing press.  He bribes her with money so she hurries to follow his command only to throw his writing back at him and escapes with his bike.  She mentions how she told him to write valuable writing only fuming the writer helpless and in hays on the ground calling her name to go back.
We go back to present time and Se Ju asks if she was in a strange feeling too like time and space collapsing to which she nods exclaiming that it felt like an earthquake, and on cue an earthquake erupts only in Se Ju’s house so they cower beneath the table snapping at each other scared at what is happening.  The shake stops so they motion to get up but the mystical cupids in the house shuts the power down so they stay at their position as Seol takes advantage of the darkness to move closer to Se Ju.  He asks her when they supposedly met before, but before she could answer his publisher arrives looking for him.  He coaches her to escape before that man finds out that they were together and rushes to divert his attention.
Se Ju argues with his publisher on giving money to the assailant but the latter is insistent that if the rumor mill catches on how his novels inspire criminals it will have a negative impact on them.  Seol gropes her way out but she screams in pain after falling on the ground disrupting the two’s conversation.  Se Ju pretends he did not hear anything and shouts at his publisher so he can forget the scream while Seol gets up dizzy from her fall.  
True to the publisher’s words, the assailant’s Se Ju novel inspired crime hits the news in the morning as Baek Tae Min’s mother smirks on how Se Ju creates criminals and makes innocent person looked bad just like what he did to her.  Tae Min counters how it was not Se Ju’s fault that the culprit based his crimes on the novels Se Ju wrote.  He leaves his mother and she goes to where her husband is who was busy checking on the news about his estranged son – Se Ju.  Tae Min’s father denies having a son like Se Ju and replies how they already test it with DNA, but she retorts that test like that can be manipulated.  She blabs about why Se Ju built his mansion in the neighborhood so he tells her to stop her obsession as it is not doing good to their children.  He walks away knowing their conversation will not go anywhere and meets Tae Min who informs him that he will be working in the same publishing house as Se Ju.
Se Ju cannot seem to focus on his writing as he recollects Seol and the woman from his dream.  He heads out to notify the keeper of his mansion’s ground to take out the deers he just capriciously requested recently blaming their sound as the reason why he cannot write efficiently.  Se Ju’s bad day continues as a known third-rate reporter writes a scoop on how his recent novels are based from the culprit’s letters that he has been sending to him in the past three years.
 
The publishing house office is in ruckus as the news goes viral and the publisher answers to calls denying the allegations citing all Se Ju’s mails are monitored.  Se Ju arrives at the office and discusses the issue who is getting out of their hands and why he was kept in the dark that those letters were really received by the company.  The publisher reasons how they just shred nonsensical letters and reaches a conclusion of a possible informant and remembers the woman who saved Se Ju last time.  Se Ju walks out muttering he will finish his deadline and eavesdrop on the office workers gossiping about the reality of the rumor and how ghost writers are really working under him.  He lets them know of his presence shutting them up on their lowlife prying.
Se Ju heaves a sigh as he drives to confront Seol who is at a vet clinic worrying about the dog that just disappeared.  Tae Min walks to the clinic calling Seol’s name which surprised Seol so he explained that his cat’s name is the same as hers.  She introduces herself as Jeon Seol and he heads out once his cat is safely tucked in his arms.  Seol’s vet friend confirms that he is indeed writer Baek Tae Min and she smiles how he also lives in the neighborhood.  She sees him unable to drive his car out because of another car blocking his way so she offers help with her do-anything-errand service and starts looking for the owner of the illegally parked car in a cute megaphone.  The owner apologizes upon hearing the announcement as Tae Min thanks her for the help.  She asks him for an autograph instead of paying for the service to which he gladly obliges.  
Seol gets a call from Se Ju asking her to meet him so she heads to the meeting place excitedly.  They met at a gym and she mumbles how his dating preference is a bit odd.  He corrects that it was not a date and go straight to business confronting her if she told the media what transpired with him and the psycho assailant on the night of the attack.  She is surprised that he still suspects her and denies it sternly.  She snaps at his baseless accusation and demands the reason why he even thought about it.  He answers her that three people only know what happened that night and she has the highest probability of blurting it.  He adds how he would have understood if she admits and apologizes for doing the deed, but then it was also his fault for not doing anything about it.  He warns her that he cannot forgive her twice so she hits her patience point and chides how ungrateful he is and how when he reaches a dead end in his life, no one will be there to help him.  He proudly replies how he will not reach a slump nor will there be a day that he will ask help from other people.  Seol marches to his direction and slams him on the ground angrily muttering how she should have not saved him and vowing that she will not save him again in the future. 
Seol sobs ending her 10 year fan girl pledge on Se Ju.  She officially declares it with her friends as witnesses for her fan girl break up.  Se Ju visits the psycho fan and learns how his sister might have reported it to the media.  He feels bad suspecting Seol but is enraged when the psycho fan insists on their unique connection of having been abandoned by people.  Se Ju threws incriminating words at him so he fumes madly at his unreasonable claim.  Psycho fan vows that he will make him die through his writing as the police subdues him.  Se Ju heads to Seol’s house and is answered by her friend’s psychic mom who informs him that Seol is wandering around and she is taking care of the customers in the mean time.  He motions to leave but she strings negative emotions lurking around him and heeds him to survive a looming danger that will happen to him.
Se Ju struggles to write because of the recent stress he is getting.  He wakes up to answer his publisher’s phonecall and orders him not to watch the news or go online in the mean time.  He learns that the culprit committed suicide and left a note blaming him for everything.  A sea of reporter waits at Se Ju’s gate when he opens it and remembers his last conversation with the psycho culprit.
After a month, nosy Reporter Song spots publisher Gal Ji Suk and sniffs some scoop on how Se Ju is reportedly having a slump.  Ji Suk denies it and bribes him with money while answering a call from Se Ju.  He heads to his prized writer and was told of the doctor’s diagnosis of PTSD on him.  Ji Suk drags him to his writing room and forces him to write.  Se Ju shouts at him to stop if he will not help him write.  Ji Suk takes that note and suggests hiring a ghost writer until he recovers from his slump.  Se Ju orders him to step out and shuts his blabbing by telling him that he will write and hand the manuscript to him before the deadline.
Ji Suk summons his connections looking for ghost writers while Se Ju attempts to write to no avail.  He clears his table out of frustration as Ji Suk meets with the ghost writer.  Se Ju falls asleep and goes on his recurring dream of his doppelganger.  This time a new character appears while he is at a bar writing for his upcoming deadline.  His friend wheedles him to disregard work and they end up dancing on the floor with Su Yeon.  
Ji Suk of course wakes him up again to check on the manuscript and bargains about the ghost writer again, but he declines and hangs up the phone.  Se Ju picks his broken laptop and sighs.  He peers at the typewriter and flashes of his dream appears as he is about to touch it.  Then we see the trio coming out from the bar drunk and silly and singing happily.  Se Ju is perturbed on the sudden vision but quickly ignores it to carry the typewriter on his table.  He sighs and preps up to write but no letters can come up from his creative juice.  He gets a cinnamon stick to calm him down but throws it and finds his cigarette case.  He fumbles for a lighter and sees an antique match on the ground.  He lights the match and as the flame flickers he gets another vision scaring him to the hilt.
He leaves the house and drives to a rainy road thinking if he is crazy or has gone crazy already.  He debates if he will just end his life since a writer who cannot write is non existent anyway, but his other mind reminds him of all the effort he made to get to the top.  He skews to avoid a deer on the road which leads to his car hitting the roadside gutter while refuting his initial wish since he has not yet decided if he wants to live or not, but the car crushes and rolls on to a cliff eventually.  Se Ju leers at a frame coming to the car’s direction and calls for help.  He gasps when Seol’s beaming face appears remembering how she promised to not help him when he will face a grave danger again.  He closes his eyes as she raises a shovel and motions to smash something.  At that same moment, a man enters Se Ju’s writing room and starts working using the old typewriter.

Chicago Typewriter Ep 1 Musings and Summary

 

Chicago Typewriter opens up with a lot of snappy story projections.  We got a glimpse of the main characters – an eccentric reasonably proud writer and a jack-of-all-trade legendary part-timer who almost became a shooting olympian, if not for the trauma of seeing her past life sniping and killing someone whenever she holds a gun.  We were also presented with tidbits of their past timeline history.   It is not giving me the hook yet, but I like how the narration tone is not confusing me so far given that we might be going to shifting past and present timelines.  I’m not supposed to say a lot since I am on my Day 1 here.  But anything with swerving timelines is something that I really buy.

 

Chicago Typewriter Episode Recaps
01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06, 07, 08, 09, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16

Chicago Typewriter Episode 1 Summary
A famous writer Han Se Ju goes to Chicago Illinois for a book signing event after his recent successful novel.  There he unlocks the mystery of a haunted typewriter made in 1930 Gyeongseong.  Strangely enchanted by the typewriter he found, we delve to Seoul circa 1930’s where his past self also a writer chats with a charming girl about a gun coined as Chicago typewriter.  The coffee owner breaks his trance and he offers to buy the typewriter from him, but he refuses mentioning he paid a hefty amount for that in an auction.  When the cafe owner woke up one night to the sight of moving objects in his cafe, he was forced to send the typewriter to Han Se Ju following the message written on the paper inside the typewriter. 

 

 

The package is commissioned to be delivered by Jeon Seol, an avid fan of Se Ju who is a famous part-time job worker.  Seol heads to his house and marvels at the extravagance.  She is known to be good at almost anything.  Whatever she puts her mind to she does not have any problem succeeding.  Se Ju refuses to open the door and orders her to leave the package.  A stray dog approached Seol as the door opens.  Seol thinks the dog is Se Ju’s and follows him to the main door.

 

 

She rings the door bell and Se Ju politely acknowledges the package.  She explains how the door opened because of his dog. He fusses when she reveals his dog entered the house since he does not have one because of his allergy.  The dog-from-nowhere checks in the house and was about to eat the USB stick of Se Ju’s writing materials.  They plead for the dog not to do it but he munches on the bone shaped USB stick. 

 

 

They chase on the dog who ran away and Seol successfully tame him.  The neat freak writer learns the dog pooped the USB so he asks Seol to email the files to him and reformat the computer which he gives to her after.  Se Ju is fixed to the idea that she is a stalker and cites the usual lines he got from his psycho fans which typically starts on we have met before.  

 

 

Se Ju dreams of him a vintage setting talking to a girl. His dream is interrupted by a phone call from his publisher discussing business the minute he answered.  He cuts the chat quickly by responding how he is always on time with his pendings.

 

 

Se Ju works on his new novel materials and bumps with a familiar face from his past he was not happy seeing.  They head to a cafe and his orphan background was revealed as he hinted on an unpleasant experience he had with the man’s family when he was living with them.  

 

 

The next day Se Ju denies getting the dog when the vet clinic notified him through his secretary. Seol tries to appeal by going at his house that night, but his recent stalker related happenings made him deny her request so Seol and the dog heads home.

 

 

She stops at a sandwhich store and remembers when Se Ju was just a struggling writer who frequents the sandwich store where she was working and incessantly writes on his notebook.  Just then the dog sensed a danger and barks at her to follow him. 

 

 

At Se Ju’s house a stalker fan confronts the writer and blames him for making him kill the people who made life harder for him.  He claims that Se Ju sent a message to him from his recent novel but gets enraged on why he killed the character whom he thought to be him.  The light flickers in the house as Se Ju is in a gun point. 

 

 

They brawl and race to the gun as the light fades in the room, and when the light comes back, Seol intently points the gun to the intruder as Se Ju recalls the woman he has been dreaming lately who is the subject of his new novel.