CHAPTER 4 – PILLOW TALK
Ki-ae swirled her glass as she decided what to say. He shifted a little in his seat, and she found herself involuntarily drawn to his long lean legs, encased in denim. Her eyes continued up to the noticeable bulge at the juncture of his thighs. Abruptly her mind shied away from the direction of her thoughts. Words might distract her, she thought.
“You know, you don’t seem a thing like your father.” Surprise marked his features then transitioned into a bored look. Read the rest of this entry
Chapter 3 – Moonstruck
Ki-ae took a deep breath. While in the Kim mansion, she could unload her troubles on Park Hee-nam, in spite of the difficulties of communicating with someone who was mute. But the woman was a sympathetic ear that eased some of the pressure, and occasionally dispensed sharp but valuable advice. Ki-ae hated to admit it, even to herself, that she missed the housekeeper almost as much as she missed the house. Even though she was Eun-sang’s mother, by tacit agreement they avoided her workplace, so the time with her was limited to off days. Read the rest of this entry
CHAPTER 2: You Only Live Once
The pair went to a discreet corner booth of the lobby bar. The place was mostly deserted at that time of the night since it was in between the post-working drinkers and the clubbers.
“What would you like to drink?” Young-do asked when they had settled themselves. She shrugged.
“Whatever you bring is fine.”
Young-do slipped through the saloon doors into the kitchen. Walking past the familiar stainless steel work stations, he got to the wine cellar’s locked door. He made short work of the cypher lock, having memorized the wine steward’s code previously. Selecting several Spode china bottles, he tucked them carefully under his arms and snagged two old-fashion glasses from the drying rack. That way he could stay under the radar of the bar staff. He wasn’t sure what to do with this opportunity but he wanted few prying eyes to interfere. Read the rest of this entry
So, dear readers, I am finally attempting a fanfiction specifically with the available characters on the show (at least to start. I might slip in Kim Ji-hoon when you least expect it! :D). This is a great departure from most of the current Young-do pairings: what would happen if he decided to revenge himself on Kim Tan’s mother? [SHUKNOTE: This fanfic was started after 15 episodes, so anything that happened in the last five are not in my in-verse version.)
CHAPTER 1: Prelude To A Kiss
It was after New Year’s and the few people out in the cold darkness walked briskly and with purpose, except for the lone figure sitting quietly by an enormous park bench, dressed warmly in fur and yet, small and sad.
With a sigh, Han Ki-ae stood up and began walking down the park path to the sidewalk by the street. It was time to head back to the cramped rooftop apartment where her son and his lover resided. Although they had generously offered what little space they had, she felt uncomfortable there. Not only was it a blow to be unceremoniously kicked out after the Jeguk Group CEO’s death, but the joy and love radiating from the pair made her feel her lack of companionship or security even more. Those two never noticed how pitiful their circumstances were, too wrapped up in each other, but she was convinced one day her son would realize all they had lost to his stepmother and half-sibling. Read the rest of this entry
I think I need an intervention. I have teamed up with several of my illustrious chingus to squeecap “Heirs: He Who Wears The Crown Must Bear Its Weight”. Hey, with a pompous title like that, it’s gotta be good, right? It also has a cast of about a dozen well known young actors, a few idols in need of acting lessons, and some beloved older icons.
Well, the first two episodes (so far) are set in California, so if you want to see how the world views Americans, tune in! And cringe. Anyway, everyone will be in rotation as recapper, squee-er, or gif-fer, so stay tuned! And if you are one of the 4,352 other people recapping this show, don’t worry. There’s enough snark for everyone!
The call turned out to be a trash can fire started by a stray cigarette butt; soon enough, they were back at the station and cleaning up the equipment. Becka was thankfully gone, but she left a note on his locker with her cell phone number. Paul grimaced as he removed it and stuck it on the inside of the locker door.
They had gone on a few movie dates in high school, but once he had met his late wife, who transferred to their school in their senior year, he never thought of another woman. He still didn’t; in spite of his promise to himself to keep an open mind, he just wasn’t interested.
However, at the end of shift, the thought of having dinner alone lacked appeal, so after he packed up his gear, he decided to give her a call. Read the rest of this entry
Yoo-jin has come face to face with THE face that has been haunting her for a decade. How will she handle this strange amalgam of high school crush and potential boss?
In the last episode Joon-sang got hit by the Truck Of Doom on New Years Eve. What does this episode have in store for our couple? I’m doubting it’s puppies and rainbows.
NOTE: The original airing enjoyed at 19.2% viewership rating. Anthony would have been proud!
Help! I can’t get off the merry-go-round of recapping! I got hooked on another one: TvN’s “Who Are You”. Detective Shi-on has been able to see ghosts ever since she awoke from a six-year coma. She was injured at the same time her fiancee was killed. Now she works in the (supposedly) boring Lost and Found Department of the police. Except, she keeps finding things that people hope will stay buried.
As usual, the squeecaps are hosted and posted at http://dr-myri-blog.blogspot.com/.