Episode 7-8 » Korean Drama Beans Recap

Episode 7-8 » Korean Drama Beans Recap
Episode 7-8 » Korean Drama Beans Recap



Sixth Sense Kiss: Episode 7-8

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Our fated couple is finally dating! But due to the tangle of communication problems this week it wasn’t all sunshine and kisses. As the debauchery of rom-coms turns into thrillers, Ye-sool is forced to question everything she thinks she knows about her future, and we’re left to find out what her powers have to do with it. past.

EPISODE 7-8 WEECAP

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This week’s episode left me less excited than usual, but since we’re past the halfway point, I’m not surprised. As expected, the dreaded childhood relationship is out of the bag and our chance to see Ye-sool and Min-hu in full love bliss is postponed. Unfortunately, I could feel my anxiety growing right next to the mountain of misunderstanding between them. I love Min-hu’s candor and seeing him apply this to her new (contractual) relationship with Ye-sool is exactly what she wanted. But seeing her honesty dissolve from her when she talks about her past and her strength is disappointing (especially since Ye-sool is so honest with her).

Regardless of how the episode left me, this week’s intro scene was enough to leave me with a goofy grin. Soon, we have a secret office date, contract negotiations over kissing, and a proper restaurant date, with a genuinely happy looking Min-hu. He reads the contract Ye-sool gave him and isn’t shy to tell her that he doesn’t agree to a clause, which states that they should part ways after a “certain future realization” (code for sexy time). Min-hu plans to continue dating her, as long as that’s what she wants too. Ye-sool is so nervous that she runs to the bathroom to freshen up (and can you blame her?).

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Later, Min-hu tells Ye-sool that he’s always liked her, but there’s never been a good time to ask her out before (with her having a boyfriend and then, you know, hating her as the boss). Her interest in her deepens day by day as she begins to realize that her abilities (and the accompanying painful symptoms) diminish when Ye-sool is around her. With the help of Ji-young’s father, she tries to piece together how her accident and her abilities might be connected to Ye-sool.

Of course, dinner dates and heart eyeballs don’t last forever thanks to Pil-yo and Ji-young being in the thick of it all. Pil-yo, in an act I didn’t see coming, admits that he knows about Ye-sool’s powers. In fact, he was known since his break up when he overheard the conversation between Ye-sool and Ho-woo. Although he didn’t believe it at first, working on the film helped him gather all the evidence. Now, he wants Ye-sool to question his vision.

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Pil-yo takes Ye-sool to see his former classmate (whom Ye-sool imagines Pil-yo married), and the recurring theme of fate versus free will is blocked. When the two arrived at a classmate’s restaurant, she introduced them to her husband and her baby. As Pil-yo plays with her baby, Ye-sool realizes that she saw a real version of the vision of her that she saw of her when she kissed Pil-yo in college. Her vision was correct, but she had completely misunderstood it.

I like this event game because it eliminates predetermined futures binaries against individual agencies. Perhaps the future is destined, but Ye-sool’s insecurities influence how she interprets the future she sees. At the same time, her actions contribute directly to the scene of Pil-yo with the baby. If she hadn’t broken up with him, nothing that led her would have happened. (I promise to go as far as trying to dissect the logic! It’s like trying to understand the rules of time travel.)

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Ye-sool’s awareness of the future stops her. She begins to question every vision that she has, even if she is really happy with Min-hu in the future or not. She also leaves him questioning her decision to break up with Pil-yo or at least that’s what she told Min-hu… when she broke up with Pil-yo. day! (Oh please don’t let there be a breakup episode. I live for their scenes together.)

But the breakup wasn’t just the product of Pil-yo’s plans. Ji-young also plays a role. With great confusion, Ye-sool comes to believe that Ji-young knew her sixth sense, and that Min-hu was the one who told her about it. That’s not true, but the confusion arises because Min-hu has told Ji-young that Ye-sool has a special ability: he can numb Min-hu’s super senses. Since Ye-sool still doesn’t know about Min-hu’s powers, he assumes that the “special ability” Ji-young talked about is actually Ye-sool’s hunch.

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Unfortunately, Ji-young becomes the second standard lead without much nuance, and her only role seems to be meddling in Min-hu’s affairs. Not only does she answer Min-hu’s phone when she calls Ye-sool, but she also plants an unwanted kiss on him when Ye-sool walks over to look. The kiss weakens Min-hu, meaning her senses are greatly enhanced.

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The kiss occurred when Zeu.Ad’s team was in Jeju to shoot a Mopix commercial (where Ye-sool’s role as Prime Minister was reinstated). Min-hu hears through the wall that Ye-sool isn’t in her hotel room and instead of blocking her senses, he uses her like a superhero and goes looking for her. Of course, it was a good thing that she did, as it turned out that he was the target of the attack.

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The childhood relationship that seemed so early finally formed and that’s where my enthusiasm started to wane. He implies that Min-hu and Ye-sool had the same accident, although he still doesn’t remember it. It looks like we’re gearing up to solve the mystery surrounding her accident, the death of Ye-sool’s father, the Mopix commercial her father did 25 years ago, and our friendly neighborhood bartender (Ye-sool’s long-time confidant). a long time) who is both the one who broke into her house and the guy who is going to kidnap her when our episode ends this week.

Also, I’m sick of childhood connections, Ye-sool and Min-hu’s relationship is so funny that I don’t even care about their background. Where did her strength come from? It doesn’t seem important when we know two things: 1) Ye-sool is a healing presence for Min-hu. He feels better when he is close to her and doesn’t get weak when they kiss her. 2) Min-hu gives Ye-sool confidence because she sees herself happy in the future and begins to believe that it is possible. Seeing her relationship in real time (with a dose of her sneaky future) was enough for me without the addition of a painful past.

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