Thanks, Susan, for recommending this to me. I’m thoroughly enjoying this telenovela which has some very good-looking actors and actresses not the least of which is someone in her 50s (I checked, she was born in 1960), Lee Mi Sook. I agree with you, Susan. She really looks good. And oh so slim.
There’s a younger lady there who’s a beauty as well, and again, I checked: 3rd runner up in a Miss Korea competition – but I forget what year: Son Tae Young
This is fun. And so is the series when it’s not being mournful.
The funny characters are the sidekicks or those in minor roles:
This guy is cute. He plays a doctor:
If you watch the series, the main leads I didn’t list above. Maybe, if you watch it, you’ll sense why?
The dialogues are fun many a time, enough to make me chuckle. Imagine this, the dad of the main lead tells his son, while describing the cute doctor, “He’s smart, nice, handsome and tall… unlike you.” Then the son deadpanned:
Okay, back to the salt mines, or maybe diamond mines? I’m enjoying myself.
Thanks, Susan, for the heads up. I’m in Episode 13 now.
Insight I gathered from this telenovela —
If you accuse your husband/boyfriend of two-timing you and he smiles and says he’s happy you’re jealous, that means he’s not two-timing you. Some girl is being annoying flirtatious/clingy.
Conclusion: I guess this means if you accuse your husband/boyfriend of timing you and he gets mad, he’s guilty?
Is the conclusion logical?