Great Seducer Episodes 31-32 (Final)

Great Seducer Episode 31


Soo Ji’s loser ex-boyfriend, Se Joo’s brother neutralize Lee Se Joo (Kim Min Jae). They lure Kwon Shi Hyun (Woo Do Hwan) to the hideout and beat me. When Tae Hee calls Soo Ji’s loser ex-boyfriend, he taunts Shi Hyun by holding the phone up displaying her name. When things go from bad to worse, Soo Ji’s loser ex-boyfriend calls Tae Hee and promises he’ll hurt Shi Hyun to payback the pain she was put through. Eun Tae Hee (Joy) orders him not to hurt Shi Hyun. That’s not what he wanted to hear and Shi Hyun is hurt even more. Tae Hee rushes to the hideout to find Shi Hyun battered and bloody. She rushes to his side. Soo Ji’s loser ex-boyfriend can’t believe she’s on Shi Hyun’s side. Tae Hee retorts she’s not on the side of criminals that batter others. She calls the police. Horrified Soo Ji’s loser ex-boyfriend grabs the golf club to teach Tae Hee a lesson. Shi Hyun throws his body in front of Tae Hee and his head receives the crushing blow from the golf club. Shi Hyun crumbles to the floor. Soo Ji’s loser ex-boyfriend and Se Joo’s brother leave the carnage behind them and flee.

Shi Hyun is rushed to the hospital and into surgery. A distraught Tae Hee waits for Shi Hyun to survive surgery. After the surgery the doctor tells Tae Hee that the swelling on his brain will take time to dissipate and he’ll remain in a coma state until then.


Soo Ji’s loser ex-boyfriend visits Choi Soo Ji (Mun Ka Young) and says her mother will be released that day. He offers his family’s law services. Soo Ji orders him out of the house. He gleefully shows Soo Ji picture of the batter Se Joo and then the bloodied Shi Hyun. He correctly points out that Soo Ji is the instigator of this mess. He KNOWS she plotted against him, Tae Hee and Park Hye Jung while Shi Hyun and Se Joo did her bidding like always. Soo Ji can’t deny the truth and says nothing.

Soo Ji visits Se Joo whose hand is bandaged. They visit the comatose Shi Hyun where Tae Hee faithfully waits for him to wake. Soo Ji cries.

Tae Hee tells her father she can’t leave Korea until she knows that Shi Hyun has woken and is physically healthy. She understands her father’s long standing one-sided love for her mother. She admits she can’t stop her heart from loving Shi Hyun.


Se Joo takes Soo Ji home and watches her take sleeping pills to fall asleep earlier. He bid her sweet dreams. Soo Ji stares at the bottle of pills and swallows many more pills. She hallucinates Shi Hyun giving her flowers. She goes to the bathroom and fills a glass vase with water. The vase slips through her fingers and shatters on the floor. Soo Ji ends up on the floor with her wrist slashed. Her mother finds her and cries.

Se Joo cries when he visits the sleeping Soo Ji in the hospital.

Hye Jung returns home. Her mother grounds her. Her mother tells her she doesn’t have to marry Soo Ji’s loser ex-boyfriend. Hye Jung is stunned that her mother broke the engagement.

Shi Hyun’s Grandmother visits her son, Shi Hyun’s father in the hospital. His brain surgery was successful and his vision is good. She shocks him with the news that Shi Hyun IS his biological son. He flashes back to Shi Hyun’s mother giving him the doctored DNA results during their divorce settlement discussion. He visits the comatose Shi Hyun in his room.


Tae Hee goes to Shi Hyun’s house to get familiar items to bring comfort to Shi Hyun. She finds photos of them, the album she gave him and finally THE album he made for her. She packs it all into a suitcase and heads to the hospital. She finds Shi Hyun’s father crying over his sleeping son. She steps out of the room to give them privacy.

Summary –Shi Hyun takes a blow to the head to protect Tae Hee and ends up in a coma.

Great Seducer Episode 32

Tae Hyu unpacks the belongs she bought from Shi Hyun’s apartment and talks to him while he languishes in a coma. She promises to stay by his side and implores him to wake.  Tae Hee finally THE album he made for her. In it she finds drawings of her along with words of remorse for the wrongs he did to her and love her felt for her. He admits if he could go back in time he wouldn’t tempt her with lies, treat her badly and make her cry. Instead he would be sincere and honest about his feelings for her. He hopes he never forgets the beautiful memories they made together. Tae Hee cries and tells Shi Hyun that she liked him. She smiled for her because he was in her world. She implores him to wake so she can smile once again.

Soo Ji walks alone and wonders where Se Joo is. She remembers the endless times he offered her support. She wishes she could be by his side so he wouldn’t be alone.


When Tae Hee arrives at the hospital with Kyung Joo they see doctors rushing into Shi Hyun’s room. Afraid she asks Kyung Joo to see what has happened. Kyung Joo hugs her and reports Shi Hyun has woken. They both cry.

Shi Hyun is examined and physically healthy by the doctor. They leave. Shi Hyun notices all the items from his home scattered around the room. He knows Tae Hee brought them.

Tae Hee tells Kyung Joo now that Shi Hyun is physically healthy she’s going to leave. She hopes one day in the future they can see each other without emotional pain. Tae Hee thanks Kyung Joo for her friendship. She exits the hospital. She wishes Shi Hyun to be heathy and well, for he was her first love.


Kyung Joo gives Shi Hyun the flowers from Tae Hee and informs him that Tae Hee stayed by his side until he woke. She leaves. Shi Hyun cries.


Tae Hee and her father prepare to leave the country. Tae Hee hugs her mother and says she understand the heartache of love. Her mother declares Tae Hee will be stronger than she was.

Shi Hyun walks outside and imagines Tae Hee. He looks at the photo album Tae Hee made him. He smiles.

Soo Ji wishes Shi Hun a happy birthday by herself. Se Joo wishes Shi Hyun happy birthday by himself.

Tae Hee is scolded by her boss for staying late and falling asleep. She is full of ideas. He calls her a workaholic. One her desk is one of the pictures Shi Hyun drew of her.

Shi Hyun’s father’s assistant visits Soo Ji’s mother. He has been promoted. She’s paid for her crimes. He tells her if she ever wants to return to work to call him. They smile.


Tae Hee’s mother prepares for a big exhibit. Flowers are delivered for her. She can’t help but smile at the flowers.


Tae Hee briefs her progress to her coworkers. She talks about a job she’s doing for a building owner that only communicates via email and at 3am in the morning. Her boss tells her to go visit the site. Tae Hee’s mother calls her about the exhibit. She thanks her for the flowers. Tae Hee says she didn’t send flowers. Tae Hee’s boss brings Tae Hee a bouquet of flowers. They are identical to the ones Tae Hee’s mother received. There is no card. Tae Hee can’t help but smile at the flowers.


Soo Ji practices and remembers Shi Hyun sharpening her pencil in high school. She receives a bouquet of flowers. She reads the card. She smiles.

Tae Hee emails the building owner at 3pm with her progress. She says they’ll meet in 2 days.

Tae Hee celebrates Shi Hyun’s birthday by herself. She wonders what birthday wish he made this year. She makes her own wish and blows out the candles.


Se Joo plays Soo Ji’s music while he works in the eatery (in Japan?). The patrons know he’s mourning his first love when he listens to that music. After the eatery closes, Se Joo drinks alone. Soo Ji enters the eatery. He can’t believe it. They stare at each other. She smiles. She hugs him. She tells him that Shi Hyun revealed where he was. Se Joo hugs her and thanks the “Queen” for coming to him.

 Tae Hee goes to the site where the new building is. She enters the lobby and admires the drawings and the building. She really looks at the paintings. They feature places from her relationship with Shi Hyun. She is flooded with memories of their relationship. She rushes upstairs. She finds the owner on the rooftop. He turns. It’s Shi Hyun! She stares in shock. He walks to her and says it’s been too long. She can’t believe she didn’t see the obvious, that he was the building owner. He smiles. She chides him for waiting. He reminds her of the words she said at the hospital, to not interact until they could see each other without pain. He smiles and declares he’s a man now. She hugs him and cries. Shi Hyun declares it’s wonderful to see her. He smiles. She smiles. They hug.

Summary – It’s a happy ending for all.

My Thoughts

This series which was mired in jealously, lies, and pain ended happily for all the characters. I’m surprised by this. I’m pleased that the series took a different path than the book. Time heals all wounds. Maturity makes one see the truth about yourself. New opportunities create growth. Writer Kim Bo Yeon wrapped up this series with a big happy ending bow. Amazing.

My nitpick was the reveal that Shi Hyun’s mother did give his father a false DNA report that showed that Shi Hyun was not his biological son. That seemed out of character and cruel for a woman to stoically stayed married until he wanted a divorce. But the sting of divorce if unwanted by her, could have made this cruel act the perfect revenge. Nope, I can’t convince myself that is true. She loved Shi Hyun. She wouldn’t have hurt him like that.

Kwon Shi Hyun (Woo Do Hwan) took a hit for Tae Hee and stirred her heart to him again. The whole confrontation with Soo Ji’s loser ex-boyfriend and Se Joo’s brother was a bit silly but it created the situation for Shi Hyun to demonstrate his willingness to sacrifice for Tae Hee. She knew absolutely that he saved her. That rekindled her heart. I liked that Shi Hyun was able to move on without her and that he subtly pulled her into his orbit when he hired the architecture firm to build a building for him. I liked the bouquets of flowers he sent to the women in he cared for to facilitate their love. I liked Shi Hyun’s evolution and Woo Do Hwan’s portrayal hit the right notes for me.

Choi Soo Ji (Mun Ka Young) heard the hard truth from her loser ex-boyfriend and she couldn’t deny it. While I disliked Soo Ji’s ex-boyfriend he summed the situation up perfectly – Soo Ji was the mastermind to hurt three human targets because she was mad at him for dumping her. Soo Ji convinced her faithful minions – Se Joo and Shi Hyun – to do her bidding. IT WAS ALL HER IDEA. Soo Ji could not and did not refute it. I thought the many sleeping pills was a suicide attempt. I was glad that she focused on her music and graduated. Then she was ready to reach out to Se Joo. Shi Hyun was her fairy godmother in hooking her up with Se Joo.

Lee Se Joo (Kim Min Jae) finally got the girl.  When his brother and Soo Ji’s loser ex-boyfriend’s tied his hands behind his back, I was surprised how little he did to help Shi Hyun when he was being beaten. He was distraught when Soo Ji ended up in the hospital after the accident due to the overdose of pills. He did visit Shi Hyun in the hospital. He wished Shi Hyun and Soo Ji well even when though their relationship was dissolved. Writer Kim granted Se Joo his fondest wish when Soo Ji pursued him and hugged him. Se Joo could hardly believe it as his arms went around the woman he loved.

Eun Tae Hee (Joy) couldn’t leave Shi Hyun’s side until he was recovered.  I liked that Tae Hee had a decent relationship with her mother at the end of the series. She admitted to her mother that loving someone could put you in a situation that made you do unexpected things. She also told her father she understood that you couldn’t control your heart. I liked that Tae Hee stuck by Shi Hyun but stepped away when he woke. She was right to give them time to heal. I liked that she didn’t leave Korea, instead she finished school and pursued a career. Shi Hyun’s drawing of her on her desk signaled he was still her love. I liked Tae Hee. She took many lickings and still moved forward. She was more honest and forthright than any other character. She didn’t play the games the trio indulged in making her a breath of fresh air to Shi Hyun and sparking his love. This unlikely couple worked for me.

How did I do on my wish list for the final episode (split episodes 31 and 32)?
* Everyone lives. GRANTED. Writer Kim veered from the book and Shi Hyun did not die.
*
Soo Ji’s loser ex-boyfriend doesn’t dominate the final episode. He’s scum.  GRANTED. He did have a valuable moment when he correctly told Soo Ji she was the mastermind whose actions created this mess.
* I don’t foresee a happy ending. All the characters are in a tangled mess. NOT GRANTED. I’m pleasantly surprised that Writer Kim granted everyone a happy ending.

Ranking the episode (on a scale from 1-10) had me rank these episodes as very good. My episode ranking chart is below.

 

 

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29 comments on “Great Seducer Episodes 31-32 (Final)
  1. Jane Tilly says:

    Color 🖍️ me 🎊surprised🎉 a “happy” ending was pulled out of this mess. I think a less happy ending would have been appropriate.

    I thought it was POSITIVELY DELICIOUS 💧👅💦 when Ki Young 💩 asked Soo Ji 👸🐝 if she liked 💕 him so much as to plan a revenge, which also reiterated that fact that Soo Ji 👸🐝 was the instigator as pointed out by KJT. Once again Soo Ji 👸🐝 ran away from responsibility taking sleeping pills. Soo Ji 👸🐝 is the queen of redirecting her guilt to evoke sympathy.

    I ❤️ Shi Hyun’s granny for being patient with her 💩 son, Seok Woo ✌️❌, and revealed the truth of Shi Hyun’s 🕺🌹 paternity. FINALLY Seok Woo ✌️❌ felt remorse towards his son and dead wife. It still boggles my mind that Shi Hyun’s mom 😷 falisified the DNA test, potentially harming her son. However these episodes revealed she intended on divorcing Seok Woo ✌️❌ and taking Shi Hyun 🕺🌹 with her; I think her actions were to mitigated a custody battle,

    You could have knocked me over when I heard Mi Ri 👩‍⚕️ confessed her wrong doings and “paid” for them, although I doubt she had any jail time … community service❓⁉️ I could hardly believe she took ANY responsibility.

    The dissolutionment of the Toxic ☣️ Trio was the best thing that happened for all parties, considering this seemed to be their only punishment they endured (except for Shi Hyun 🕺🌹 losing Tae Hee 🏺) for their evil deeds.

    I was glad Tae Hee 🏺 did NOT stick around the hospital 🏥 after Shi Hyun 🕺🌹 regained conciousness … he needed to suffer. It was refreshing to see Soo Ji 👸🐝 pine for Se Joo 🕶️👨. I was glad to see Hye Jung’s 🐰 mother had a change of heart for marrying her off to increase power & wealth.

    Shi Hyun 🕺🌹 was the sole member of the Toxic ☣️ Trio that seemed to have any significant character growth in my opinion and may have deserved some happiness. When word spread about the Toxic ☣️ Trio’s exploits, they should have been social pirrahas, even if their deeds were not as horrendous as their Dangerous Liasons characters.

    Now keep in mind this is Justice Jane speaking … don’t confuse me with “Beez, Champion of Slimeball Ki Young 💪” . While nobody was punished by the law, there was a HUGE equity gap in punishments: the Toxic ☣️ Trio were separated from each other as their punishment; while slimeball Ki Young’s 💩 consequences we’re significantly severe: being ousted and disinherited by his family.

    Prior to “The Great Seducer” Woo Do Hwan had solid performances in “Save Me” and “Mad Dog”. Just from the description of “The Great Seducer”, this did not seem like a good opportunity to build his career. I read this drama was poorly received in Korea, so I hope this doesn’t have a negative impact on Woo Do Hwan’s career.

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    • I think a less happy ending would have been appropriate.
      I must occur. The weather during the series was rainy to monsoon ⛈️ with the melodrama, then on the last episode it’s sunny with rainbows for all. ☀️🌈

      FINALLY Seok Woo ✌❌ felt remorse towards his son and dead wife. It still boggles my mind that Shi Hyun’s mom 😷 falisified the DNA test, potentially harming her son. However these episodes revealed she intended on divorcing Seok Woo ✌❌ and taking Shi Hyun 🕺🌹 with her; I think her actions were to mitigated a custody battle
      Shi Hyun’s father wasn’t a total loser but he came close at times. I resist believing that Shi Hyun’s mother did that. I know the flashback showed it. I prefer to think that Soo Ji’s mother gave her the falsified DNA result and upset, Shi Hyun’s mother gave it to him. I hate the idea that she gave it to him imploding Shi Hyun’s relationship with his father. That is cruel. Was there a kind didn’t screw up adult anywhere in the series? Tae Hee’s father is the only one I can think of.

      You could have knocked me over when I heard Mi Ri 👩‍⚕️ confessed her wrong doings and “paid” for them, although I doubt she had any jail time … community service❓⁉ I could hardly believe she took ANY responsibility
      Justice Jane ⚖️ I knew that would get you. It was lame.

      I was glad Tae Hee 🏺 did NOT stick around the hospital 🏥 after Shi Hyun 🕺🌹 regained conciousness … he needed to suffer. It was refreshing to see Soo Ji 👸🐝 pine for Se Joo 🕶👨. I was glad to see Hye Jung’s 🐰 mother had a change of heart for marrying her off to increase power & wealth.
      Agree on all counts.

      When word spread about the Toxic ☣ Trio’s exploits, they should have been social pirrahas, even if their deeds were not as horrendous as their Dangerous Liasons characters.
      The book, movie, any adaptation I’ve seen has stiff penalties that this Trio avoided.

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  2. Table122000 says:

    Overall, I’m glad that there was no death and we have a happy ending for Tae Hee and Shi Hyun. Solid performances by Moon Ga Young, Kim, Min Jae and Woo Do Hwan. Joy was fine in her role. The drama had issues with the writing, pacing, editing, directing, and some acting but I still found it addictive, especially once I adjusted my expectations to the fact that this was going to be more of a standard youth melodrama. I commend the writer for the flashes of unexpected humor in the script, an unusual main female lead character, and going off book to deviate from source material re: happy ending, as some viewers might have said that the ending was a copout. As @JaneTilly pointed out, the happy ending for all characters did water down, if not entirely mitigate, all characters getting what they truly deserved for their actions, and one does feel that many of the characters escaped justice. Which is why I do commend writer for the bold step of a happy ending for all characters (exception of Ki Young.) I did find Ki Yioung’s downfall to be satisfying. Still, for me it was nice to see the happy ending for Shi Hyun & Tae Hee at least. I wouldn’t have minded a sad ending for either Se Joo or Soo Ji. Agree with others here the plot twist that Shi Hyun’s Mom did tamper with the DNA results for revenge on husband seemed way out of character since this action would hurt her son. It was great discussing the drama here with everyone-lots of really cool insights.

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    • It was great discussing the drama here with everyone-lots of really cool insights.
      i can’t help but agree almost all your comments. Your perspective throughout the series added to my viewing experience. Hopefully you join us again when I blog another series you watch.

      the plot twist that Shi Hyun’s Mom did tamper with the DNA results for revenge on husband seemed way out of character since this action would hurt her son
      i couldn’t agree more. I can’t see her willingly hurting her son. Doesn’t ring true to me.

      the happy ending for all characters did water down, if not entirely mitigate, all characters getting what they truly deserved for their actions, and one does feel that many of the characters escaped justice
      i’m with you on that. I liked the our couple only hugged at the end. With the break they took from each other a kiss would feel too fast too soon.

      I commend the writer for the flashes of unexpected humor in the script
      Park Hye Jung was an enjoyable secondary character. Other’s interactions with her seemed to reveal their true selves.

      adjusted my expectations to the fact that this was going to be more of a standard youth melodrama
      Exactly. Once I recalibrated I enjoyed this series more than I expected and certainly more than the ratings would indicate.

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      • Table122000 says:

        KJT-“I liked the our couple only hugged at the end. With the break they took from each other a kiss would feel too fast too soon.”

        I agree with you. I thought it was a good ending for SH & TH, even though a lot of viewers were disappointed in not getting a kiss. You are right that a kiss would have been too much and I think would have seemed really fake and more like fanservice. Having the characters both say how much they missed each other and then that sincere hug indicating that they both were ready to start again and give the relationship another chance was a satisfying ending for me and I felt like they were back together, no kiss needed.

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  3. Beez says:

    I understand what Shi Hyun’s mom tried to do.
    She wanted nothing to do with her husband and since he was so distant, not only to her but to her son, she wanted to take him, a decent chunk of money, and cut all bonds. I’m sure she thought it would hurt Shi hyun less to grow up without a father rather than a real but cold and distant one. It was obvious to EVERYONE who knew Shi hyun’s dad that he was obsessed with Ceramic Lady to the exclusion of all else. I think that’s why his own mother wanted to bypass him and have Shi kyun inherit running the company.

    Shi hyun’s dad and mom remind me of Prince Charles & Princess Diana. He never gave her a chance to win his heart as it was already filled with someone else. That’s a tragedy for the unsuspecting bride that this is what awaits her for the rest of her life (relationship). Can you imagine at about the 3 year mark when you realize he just never loved you? And then at 10 years when you realize it’s hopeless and there’s nothing you can do to win his love?

    I’m a sucker for a happy ending but I was disappointed that nobody died. These people needed to learn how high the stakes they were playing with really were. I’ll just have to be consoled knowing Shi joo is making Se joo and herself absolutely miserable in their married life. By their 5th year she’s cheating on him. He found out in the third year but as the ever faithful lapdog he can’t let her go until one day she blatantly brings her lover home and doesn’t bother to have him out before Se joo gets home. She looks unashamedly at Se joo and tells him to get out and come back later and instructs him to straighten her and her lover’s shoes on the way out. The sad sack does so but as he’s bent over slowly aligning the shoes he spies the lover’s unusually pointy tipped umbrella in the stand. We see the crazed emotions on his face as he grips it and walks slowly and quietly back toward the bedroom… fade to black.

    Whew. I feel so much better! hahaha

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    • she thought it would hurt Shi hyun less to grow up without a father rather than a real but cold and distant one
      Maybe. The pain that Shi Hyun experienced when he thought his cold dad wasn’t his father was no small matter. Loving mothers don’t want their children to suffer.

      Shi hyun’s dad and mom remind me of Prince Charles & Princess Diana. He never gave her a chance to win his heart as it was already filled with someone else.
      That analogy hits the mark!

      …We see the crazed emotions on his face as he grips it and walks slowly and quietly back toward the bedroom… fade to black
      Fan Fiction! LOL, love it!

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    • Table122000 says:

      Beeze-“Shi hyun’s dad and mom remind me of Prince Charles & Princess Diana. He never gave her a chance to win his heart as it was already filled with someone else.”

      You are so right. Shi Hyun’s dad never gave his marriage a chance, leading to the tragedy of that relationship and contributing to the distant relationship with his son as well.

      I agree with you that Se Joo & Soo Ji’s happy ending together felt unsatisfying. I enjoyed reading your “alternate ending”. 🙂

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      • Beez says:

        @Table122000 – Thanks. I tried to express myself without writing a Psycho shower scene. Inside I was really going “DIE! DIE! ALL OF YOU DIE NOW!
        lol

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        • Jane Tilly says:

          The fan fiction worked for me.

          Another alternative would have Soo Ji 👸🐝 paired up with the equally nasty Ki Young 💩 with a similar ending of Ki Young 💩 going after Soo Ji 👸🐝…or vice versa …

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  4. KdRaMa says:

    I’m annoyed. Am I the only one who’s in distraught about the story line? I was really hoping for Soo-ji and Shi-hyun to end up together. I am so upset that I wish I never even started watching the series. Non-stop tears all night. I haven’t got to the end yet.. I still have to watch episode 13 and onwards. I think the mood of the story is quite miserable and gloomy at the moment, and I really don’t like seeing Soo-ji in a sad and dark state of mind. She gives off both suicidal and depressing vibes. I’m dreading for what I am about to watch but we’ll have to wait and see… :/

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  5. author411 says:

    I actually do buy that his mom did that. The dad wasn’t close to either of them and she planned to take him with her, this way the dad wouldn’t be against it. She just didn’t factor that she would die first and leave them together.

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  6. DramaDazed says:

    Late to the party – just finished Tempted, which I picked up because of seeing Woo Do-hwan in The King EM. Enjoyed the recaps and all your comments. Have moved on to Save Me and in the first sequence am already seeing a better WDH – that first gaze! Whew. I can’t believe I have watched 500+dramas and not particularly noticed him before now.

    As for Tempted – I would say underwritten and overwrought but not so much that I would put it in my No (I would never watch it again) rating. I saw it as only loosely related to Dangerous Liaisons. Agree with Table122000 about the production values overall.

    One of the things I like better about KR dramas than Western is that characters are almost always ‘human beings’ – even the best protagonists are flawed and many villains have some explanation, even if not redeemable. Both SooJi and SeJoo are abandoned children. (Lots of exceptions to the villains – I Hear Your Voice comes to mind. Shudder. Lee Rim is right there too.) Like with humans irl, I don’t have a lot of expectations that people will behave well.:-) so I don’t often get too upset when a character doesn’t make what I think is a good decision.

    One question I had – maybe I missed in the recaps/other comments? How did SeJoo’s brother become Ki-Youngs obedient and horribly evil minion? Ki-Young played with him like a toy, exactly the same as the Terrible Trio. Hope one of you will stop by and share your perspective.

    Cheers.

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