LUCKY ROMANCE -- EPISODE 13
Nothing says 'I love you' like a headlock.
Bo Nui and Soo Ho spend the night together. Soo Ho offers Gary a chance to find his dad through the game. Bo Nui spots the old man, though, and reunites him and Gary. A saboteur posing as an electrician inserts a virus into Zeze's new game, so that everyone who downloads the game is locked out of their devices. As compensation to shareholders and customers, Soo Ho gives up his personal fortune, stocks, and position as CEO. Amy and Dal Nim go on a blind date, but Yang Ha gets jealous and intervenes. Bo Nui consults her psychic, who tells her everything will fall to ruin...
Can I call it? Yeah I can. I could see the writing on the wall. I wasn't sure how, but I figured this would happen. I knew that with a couple weeks left, they'd have to put something in the way. I hope they leave the relationships intact, though.
Gary's room isn't messy -- it's an obstacle course designed to keep him in shape.
Its interesting that Soo Ho is so willing to give up everything. As CEO, I'm fairly sure he had a wad of cash, stocks, etc. So why give everything up? Maybe I'm thinking too hard, but I don't think I'd do the same in his position. I would leave myself something to live on and rebuild, but that might be my self-preservation instinct kicking in.
I didn't think that Yang Ha actually felt that way about Dal Nim. She is sweet and he's rather insensitive. She's constantly making a face and running off. I dunno. They have both shown they cared for each other in little ways, so now it becomes crystal clear. I didn't dare ship them because of her opposition to his ways. Regardless, I'm happy about another romance.
Q: What did one shoe say to the other one?
A: Nothing. It's tongue was tied.
This episode was fairly good, and gave me the things I crave. There's romance, cute moments, resolution, and intrigue. I how to say I'm a bit worried about where things are going. It seems to be a common trope dramas to have the girl run away, so we'll see where she ends up. Stay with me -- the best is yet to come.
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