In this episode, we finally reached the point where memories and flashbacks converge with reality (/or subconscious?).
I’m back finally after what may be the longest hiatus on thoughtsramble with a review for the first 6 episodes for Life on Mars!
Well…what was that??
You’d think that things will reach a peak and calm down just one episode before the finale, but no, Episode 15 brings us right into the core of another conflict, which will be dealt with in its finale. Yay or nay?
Whatever is in So Hee’s phone has finally seen the light, and the tables are turned.
Okay phew, still a pretty mild episode with slightly more tension and suspense, but we aint getting the Tae-Ho craziness until next week!
Appreciate this rom-com episode, for we will be going back to the screwed-up, frustrating life it is in the world of Missing 9 next episode!
I was getting a little weary of Missing 9 because of the high toll count, so I kinda sped through Episode 9. If you had the same worries as me, fear not, because Missing 10 is probably one of the most lighthearted episodes thus far.
I’ve never swore on thoughtsramble before but I really have to say — WTF CHOI TAE HO??
I thought the finale was not bad. Although it was predictable, Lee Joon Hee’s downfall was satisfactory and bittersweet. Kang Min Ho remains a joy till the very end and I LOVEEE that. Readers beware, MANY screenshots today! (I hope you guys enjoy this recap and this episode!)
I’ve been watching this drama ever since it started, but I wasn’t feeling the first few episodes. Recently, however, with the ‘decline’ of Sensory Couple, and the improvement in the past few episodes, I thought I shall finally give recapping this drama a go!