I am ready to see how Lee Ahn is going to buckup to save his lady love after finding out that her father might have killed his parents among man others, though understanding it doesn’t have anything to do with her, and grappling with the complications of it all! Yay!
I love this assassin show. It is a mood. The logic is kind of there in what they do, they just take huge edit leaps in getting there. And did anyone notice that pretty much no one smiles except Seulki they all just stare off in fabulousness as they remember their origin story as the rain falls outside their window and Hyunjin hums along to a song that Soohyun can possibly hear from his apartment. Love it.
Y’all, the separation part snuck up on me! I was so into the storyline and all the clues and mystery of the past being revealed that I didn’t even realize it was about the time for some main lead love trouble to kick in! Gaaaaaaah. That is some good writing right there.
So far, this show continues to be smart and extra adorable with how absolutely dumb yet sincerely trying the lead male character is. But I would say this show is more of an ensemble cast as each of the four main actors have a good amount of screen time. I think my favorite character of them all is Jisoo. She is so suitcase heart about Sungmo that it makes me want to hook them up if I could. I love her.
And we are live for Kill It! Not technically live-live, but we are close! Last episode our duo were each looking into the closed orphanage, individually. They did not know that the other had broken in as well. Though Soohyun found out about Hyunjin before she found out about him.
I don’t know what to say about Kill It, it does not make much sense (to me) but I still love it. I don’t know if it is the way the actors are playing this off straight even though the situations they are in are so comical, yet it does not look like they are meant to be comical at all, so it is accidentally comical but it is also serious business? I am just confused. But I love it. Emergency cat CPR, anyone?
I am so into this mystery, y’all. I really want to know more about Sung-mo’s past. It feels like everyone else’s past is pretty much revealed already, but Sung-mo is the real mystery. I also wonder if this woman they are trying to find is Sung-mo’s mother? All the women look similar and I think they all look like Sung-mo’s mother. So was she taking the identity of these women and the mystery man was murdering them all? Or is she the actual murderer? I’m intrigued.
And we are at the finale! We had a cute reveal at dinner followed by a sleep over that probably did not have that much sleeping. So will they show us the cute morning after in the kitchen? I think so, actually I think this entire episode will be filled with cuteness for all our couples.
We are way late today (car issues), but we were able to get this post up! Whoo hoo! It’s the last two episodes which means there will probably be a lot of fluff, but I’m okay with that so long as we don’t have any more dire court cases. Fluffy court cases, I’m cool with.
I kind of love that Ahn wrapped the murderer up in a curtain without realizing that that is what he did. Now – how long with said murderer stay in the curtain? Because I don’t think Ahn can run away all that quickly with his stabby stab wound and it looks like everyone that works is on a permanent coffee break. So who will come and help! My guess is his brother, but you know I like the dramatic suspense.