And so we transit from child to adult in Episode 4. More on that later.
Love, love this scene when Seon Woo jumped off the bridge and landed on the train, before a tear slid out from his eyes.
And while Seon Woo's basically throwing his life out there because of Jang Il, Jang Il was happily setting up a new life in Seoul. It was kinda cute to watch him 'confess' to Ji Won.
Aww, who wouldn't melt when you see a guy looking at you like that, tell me.
TWO GOOD LOOKING GUYS IN SUITS.
His face before hitting Seon Woo another time, rendering him fully unconscious.
And is it just me who find this scene a little creepy? How Jang Il starts rehearsing in front of the mirror what he should say when the police comes to find him? How he does that with a little hint of desperation mixed in with calm and calculation?
I like the portrayal of Jang Il — it's very interesting. He's not really an Evil Villain, no, that honourable title will surely go to the stupid Chairman…but he's not entirely good either. He's settled on a grey area, he did what he had done because of very intrinsic reasons but of which borders very closely like the Chairman's motives — determination to be successful and not let obstacles stand in their way. The scriptwriters could play on the sympathy a little, by making it appear like Jang Il did all that because he didn't want his father to implicated, but no, he did that because he didn't want his life to be ruined. It's like…he couldn't even fathom the idea of giving up his perfect life, of returning back to his poverty, and so this results in murdering his best friend. It does not evoke much sympathy but it does create a very acute sense of reality around this character.
Seon Woo certainly has stolen many hearts as Lee Hyun Woo rocks the character. He hits the emotions well, and carry out each nuance to the point. I'm biased I must confess — if Lee Joon Hyuk was Seon Woo, I would have lovedddd Seon Woo, but no, he's not, and this allows me to ironically, look at Seon Woo more objectively. He's very lovable, I'm sure that we all agree, but right now, he's kind of a foil for the development of Jang Il's character (for the worse?). He's kind, he's loyal, he's sincere, he's honest, he's basically Mr. Nice, someone I absolutely approve of, and I wouldn't mind watching another few episodes of him, but we got to move on, and now, it's time for Seon Woo to have some developments too (I thought the transition from child to actor was really smooth).