My interest for Angel Eyes dropped a lot – and there is a high possibility I’ll drop it, though I’m still considering. The first two episodes were so amazing, I think since then, the following episodes never really matched to that level of awesomeness.
These two episodes have actually put me off a little, and I have to admit that I don’t like the direction the drama is going right now, and I fear that the drama will only get more makjang as episode goes by.
So, Dong Joo returns to Soo Wan’s side – and Soo Wan tells Ji Woon that she can’t be with him. I just find this whole thing a little ridiculous and too fast.
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Episode 2 of Angel Eyes continue to be awesome – and damn I got it wrong. I thought Hye Joo would die, but it turns out that Jung Hwa, Dong Joo’s mom, died instead.
There were quite a few questions left unanswered – and we’re probably find out as we watch, but the more I watch, the more I love Dong Joo and Soo Wan. They are just awesome characters – and just so amazing to watch. Kang Ha Neul really portrayed Dong Joo very well, and I really hope Lee Sang Yoon would continue the character’s charm. Of course, Nam Ji Hyun is doing well herself.
Dong Joo left for America as Hye Joo needs a surgery there, and Soo Wan misunderstands thinking that he left her without saying anything despite his promise not to disappear from her.
It’s not going to be a full recap – just screenshots and discussions~
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Angel Eyes…was much better than I expected. Honestly, way better. I’m not a big fan of those dramas which have teens falling for each other, but will end up separating due to family issues and meet again as adults. It’s just not really my kind of thing – but in just the first episode of Angel Eyes, I find myself rooting for the couple, and they are so sweet – I think it would be so painful to see them part 😦
It’s such a waste that Kang Ha Neul and Nam Ji Hyun are only playing the teen counterpart of the leads, and they only appear for two episodes. Goo Hye Sun will be playing the adult Yoon Soo Wan, and Lee Sang Yoon would be playing the adult Park Dong Joo. I just hope that when the adults take over – the chemistry would still be there, and that the characters are constant.
Sometimes in shows which have child/teen actors, the younger counterpart does extremely well, and when the adults take over, it becomes flat. Let’s hope Angel Eyes don’t go that way. I’m expecting a lot after such an amazing first episode – and I really hope drama doesn’t disappoint.
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