If only we could have more of these moments to weather all the chaos that’s about to rain down on them. I am a firm believer in squirreling away all your good and happy moments to help you through the hard times. These two just didn’t make or put away enough of those happy memories to recall later on when they need happy thoughts. That is why I am so afraid for their future. People talk about playing mind games, but JY has no idea what his own trauma has been doing with his mental state. It’s one thing to manipulate people when you are in control, but if the reality says you aren’t in control at all, you have to wonder when your trauma took over everything. The preview shows that T will be the first one to learn about what’s been going on in JY’s mind and I almost bawled right along with T. If he has such a hard time wrapping his head around the truth that his dear friend has been this messed up by his tragic past, I hate to think how JY will take the news.
OMG this one was epic…
In the preview when HS said she wanted to sleep with JY on the bed, it wasn’t the meaning we all thought. She knows as long as he sleeps in the bathroom tub, he will never get past his childhood trauma. She wants to start taking the necessary steps to heal him and knows one way would be if he sleeps on the bed all night with her. I don’t think either one of them realizes that what happens to KW is affecting JY – he looked like he was coming undone. I hate that she doesn’t know all the facts to piece together what’s really wrong with JY. Main problem is he is in the dark right along with her at this point. I’m going to be on pins and needles till next week now.
The very first time she made JY lean his head on her stomach it was done with clinical indifference cuz she was trying to assess the cut on his head and to pour disinfectant on his wound and bandage him up. It may have looked like a similar scene tonight but it was far from it. There was too much emotion in the way she walked over to JY, held his face in her hands to look at all the damage his older brother inflicted, and quietly hugged him before he could even finish his sentence. She didn’t give him the chance to put up a brave front. She knew if he didn’t have to face her, he could be honest about his emotions. As she cradled his head, she let him drop the smile and let the pain of the event from that night wash over him. It took everything he had not to just let himself continue to cry. This is the kind of emotional connection they both needed in their lives – not just for each of them to go on the mend regarding their individual problems, but to start healing together.
This guy does vulnerability better than anyone. Forget his novels – he could teach how to make women weak in the knees just by gazing into her eyes and holding her hand. His whole expression is a wide open book – so she can read and determine for herself if his love is trustworthy or not to pursue. HS doesn’t know it yet, but this was the moment when she let down her guard -not when she admitted to Jo that JY’s kiss got to her. There were a lot of breakthrough moments in this episode, but this one was by far my favorite one. It didn’t need any dialogue – just a look and an understanding between these two that something amazing has begun between them.
I hate to point out the obvious, but HS is already close to achieving real intimacy with JY. They are spending more time together learning about each other’s fallacies – not holding back and revealing more with each new personal info they confide. That in itself is a form of intimacy that leads to the physical. They have already kissed before, but now she is starting to feel something in his kisses. That weakness in the knee and her heart racing is signaling her so all she has to do is be willing to listen and give into those new feelings and keep getting lost in his embraces.
Starting from next Wednesday, I can recap It’s Okay It’s Love live, but this week I can only do these few scenes from E3.
Hello everyone, just wanted to update on which dramas might be recapped here soon.