Hello my faithful readers! Feel free to beat me over the head! After all, I’m taking on yet another recapping project, which will probably slow my Winter Sonata and Lah Ruk Sut Kop Fah recaps even more than they are now (if that is even possible).
24/02/2015 UPDATE: Episode 5 is posted, and we are halfway there!
Kamin is still an ass, but I think Mattana gets used to it. Anyway, we still get a few final cute moments before the chaos starts. And Hareutai is a smart cookie; for all her joy in the pregnancy, she’ll soon discover why her husband is always lost in thought and sad.
Poor Lee Min-hyung. After all assertions to the contrary, can he convince anyone he is really Kang Joon-sang? Does he even believe it himself?
Most people know that cooking isn’t my strong suit. But every once in a while I get an impulse to do something.
Recently, I went to the grocery store ostensibly for fruits, but I found myself gravitating to the Meat / Seasfood section. There was a sale on different types of pork. I decided to buy a boneless Boston Butt, 2.5 lb / 1.13kg in size. I’ve never done anything with one, but I had visions of a nice slice of ham later on that evening.
Just a little tidbit from one of the awesome people I’ve met during my KDrama watching phase!
Our couple tries to secretly keep in touch with each other, but things are getting ugly in the palace as the useless Crown Prince’s behaviors are brought to light. Even though they are his responsibility, no doubt Kamin will try to deflect the blame. I’m beginning to think both Kamin and Makey need a sound spanking.
Our guy finally finds out who he is, but raises a big conundrum: Is he a childhood name with no memories? Or an adult name with fake memories? Which one is the real person?
The stakes are getting higher as the bad guys continue their evil machinations, Mintra looks for every opportunity to get in with the Queen and/or destroy her ‘friend’, and our couple’s feelings boil to the surface even hotter than before.
The baby elephant gets her new name. Kevin starts his schooling and his chores. And the captain finds the schoolteacher pretty as the one-year mark approaches.
Once everyone was in place, several temple priests filed out and blessed the crowd while native music played in the background. After being blessed, the chief handlers walked over to the elephants. Kevin also stood up by his chair.
First, the adult elephant was brought forward. She kneeled for a moment as the priests splashed holy water on her head and placed a huge garland of flowers around her neck. She stood up and was led to the side near the royal family. Surikitiyia was held back by her mom when she tried to reach Kwamsoo.
Khun Wit led the baby elephant forward just behind the dais. The priests completed a similar ritual, this time sprinkling the animal with holy water from head to tail. The garland placed on her neck was much smaller but no less gaudy. Once they finished the blessing, the priests filed out into the recesses of the barn. Read the rest of this entry
Kevin explores his new home and goes back to school.
His room was airy, with cream colored walls and fruitwood furniture. A platform bed with a shiny gray comforter was tucked against a corner. A small student desk was on the opposite corner, already stocked with school supplies. There was no closet. The captain opened a large cabinet; one side had a series of pull-drawers and the other had two separate closet poles.
“All of your clothing should fit in here. Do you need any help to put things away?” Kevin shook his head. “Your bathroom is through those doors. Tomorrow I will drive you to the palace to start school, and afterwards we will go through your chore list and the house rules. And Noy Kevin? Welcome home.” With that, the man closed the door, leaving Kevin to explore his new surroundings. Read the rest of this entry