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Posted 5/17/08
how [much] do you like the story's ending?

if i were to answer this, i would say that it's FINE- just fine. but on another thought, i, myself is a bit unsatisfied with how the story ended because i'm expecting to see more. and i guess most of you are too- based from SOME comments i've read. so if you would end the story how would it be? this is not about how the director or the writer SHOULD have ended it but it's for us- or maybe it's for me (haha! curiosity strikes again)- to know what thoughts do we have regarding this-should i say POPULAR drama. another thing is a sequel would be great, right?
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Posted 6/23/08
yes! i go for a sequel!!!
Posted 7/27/08

eboon wrote:

how [much] do you like the story's ending?

if i were to answer this, i would say that it's FINE- just fine. but on another thought, i, myself is a bit unsatisfied with how the story ended because i'm expecting to see more. and i guess most of you are too- based from SOME comments i've read. so if you would end the story how would it be? this is not about how the director or the writer SHOULD have ended it but it's for us- or maybe it's for me (haha! curiosity strikes again)- to know what thoughts do we have regarding this-should i say POPULAR drama. another thing is a sequel would be great, right?


I somewhat hated the ending for this drama. Its really depressing that he went to jail for years and that she wanted to commit suicide. Then he tries to push her away then they get together.

If I was the writer and I had to write the rest from when he gets out of jail I would have done it this way...
When he gets out Kim and him hug each other along with some tears. He proposes to her saying without her in his life it would be like hes back in prison. Then they visit their friends grave and tells him that their getting married and says a funny line. Then im stuck lol.
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Posted 8/22/08
same with u guys..
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Posted 8/25/08
yeah a sequel pls this time more on love story than action scenes
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I felt that the ending was stretched too thin for the sake of eating up time. It seems that most people are only bothered by what happened after he was released from prison. The moment he was released from prison seems like the perfect place to alter the mood from depressing to happy.

If I were writing the script, I would change the campfire scene. Mi Joo would ask Kang Jae if he was in good health and Kang Jae would reply with "yes". Mi Joo would then say "that's good to hear" and then smack Kang Jae so hard that he stumbles to the ground. Mi Joo then begins to berate Kang Jae for his stubborn behavior. Kang Jae would say that he has no confidence in being happy with her and begins to walk away. She would then tell him she is leaving Korea for the volunteer doctor organization and storms off in tears. The scene where Kang Jae meets Sae Yeon at the street food stall is the same except Sae Yoon gets angry Kang Jae for refusing to hold onto Mi Joo. Guilty, Kang Jae visits the orphanage for one last look but is spotted by the children sneaking up behind him. The kids drag him to the playground to play with them on the swings. Mi Joo returns to the orphanage to say goodbye to her father like she promised only to see Kang Jae playing with the kids. Angry, she drags Kang Jae to the room he stayed in so that they can talk in private. They argue and just when there is an uneasy silence, the kids barge in with a funny line to diffuse the situation and help repair their relationship.
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