I love this drama so much, I cannot help but blog about it and these favorite scenes in every episode. I’m only on episode 9, I’m pretty slow because I choose to be and I don’t want to finish it the soonest.
Favorite scene 1: The episode started with Do Min-joon lecturing about an experiment explaining the importance of skinship. He tells his students, “You must never be deceived. You must differentiate between your heart beating and falling in love.” That it’s just the playful games of skinship and trickery of hormones. “You must not be taken in by this.”
It’s a scientific explanation, and he has a point. It is after all true. However, he himself is swayed by his heart abnormally beating fast. Not because he couldn’t differentiate the mere beating of his heart, but because he already has feelings for her. Awwwww. Kilig!
It looks to me like a contest to whose heart beats the fastest. That’s dangerous.
Favorite scene 3: Palpitation is supposed to be worrisome but not this. This is the only palpitation that causes great amount of “kilig.” Hilarious as ever when it peaks at 300, what in the world Do Min-joon, calm your heart please.
At first, I thought it was probably his initial reaction to the kiss because he’s not used to it something like that. But when I checked the other episodes, he collapsed again after doing it. Song-yi is a lump of virus.
Favorite scene 3: That hilarious moment when they’re having a heated discussion, then Song-yi tells him to get out. Oh because Song-yi is a forgetful superstar. She forgot she wasn’t at her own place. I cannot get over at how she runs hurriedly after realizing it out of embarassment. Then comes back a little later.
Favorite scene 4: Oh I have to add this too. The aftershock of the kiss. And just everytime when Song-yi talks to him in English, pure adorable.
Favorite scene 5: That moment when Song-yi is really trying her best to catch Min-joon off guard. She wants him to tell her that he likes her too. I’m used to male main characters in Kdramas who are good looking, rich, stubborn, snobbish, rude, and arrogant. Do Min-joon is no different but if there’s one thing, he’s the only male character who’s so hard to get or playing hard to get to the female lead character. Although, yes of course, I do know that he’s just doing that because he knows he has to leave. He knows by letting her know of his true feelings and identity, he will eventually hurt her, just as much as he will be hurt to leave her behind.
Favorite scene 6: And last but not the least, the confrontation with Jae-kyung. I find Shin Sung-rok a very effective antagonist. I think I’ve seen him from another drama, can’t just remember though. He has that face of someone who will do anything for himself in the most cruel ways. Well that’s good acting for you.