It's still going along well, and is being quite a good watch(:
I watched it in bits and pieces, and hence my thoughts are every where as well. Nowadays, I find myself so tired at the end of everyday, that I watch drama episodes simply for entertainment — while I'm having dinner or when I wake up in the morning. I can feel that analytical side of me going a little down the drain and that makes me a bit sad.
Nevertheless, here's my two cents worth:
I enjoy the interactions between Kang Chi and Yeol Woo, and I can't wait for the feelings to grow even stronger. Yet my pity for Chung Jo grows as well — she's getting stronger as a character, while still remaining true to her original determined and prideful self. I don't doubt her feelings for Kang Chi, even though Kang Chi's feelings for her may be later explained as mere pity/mistaking her for a little sister. I was waiting and am still waiting for the chemistry between Kang Chi and Yeol Woo to grow so strong that I can believe Yeol Woo is Kang Chi's true love because right now I feel nothing of that at all.
Suzy's voice is wonderful in the ost — I love it, but her acting skills pale a bit in comparison with Seung Gi's. Sometimes I wonder if her good looks are more a hindrance in acting? Because I swear for the first four to five episodes, I've been staring at her face and thinking how pretty she is. And it still remains that way — she looks good in every single scene, the angles are perfect, her eyes and mouth in elegant shapes…somehow it feels a bit of a barrier for true feelings to emerge. I feel like she's trying but her face is the wall blocking her emotions from getting to me.
I got a bit angry with Tae Soo, but I guess it can't be helped since he didn't know he would be under the bad guy's influence. But:( Haiz. What a tragic character.
More episodes soon!