One of these boys will be happier by the time this episode is over
It’s the episode everyone has been waiting for! (Well, it was two weeks ago.) Confessions abound as In-soo’s nefarious plan falls apart yet again.
For this episode, you’ll need:
1) A box of tissues (or two) to stop your nose from bleeding/wipe away your tears
2) Masking tape to bind your heart together again after Jae-shin breaks it
This scene is a metaphor for the hurt that all Second Leads have to go through
Hurrah! The masked avenger lives to see another day. However, because life in Sungkyunkwan is rarely boring, our fair heroes soon find themselves embroiled in a sex scandal. In other words, business as usual. (more…)
The hockey tournament gets underway and the Minister of War intensifies his search efforts for the masked avenger. In other news, Seon-joon and Yoon-hee break each other’s hearts, Yoon-hee (with a bit of help from SJ) breaks Jae-shin’s, and Jae-shin breaks Yong-ha’s (and mine.) Remember R.E.M.’s “Everybody Hurts”? Well, now’s as good a time as any to sing along.
As Sungkyunkwan readies itself for its annual Open House and hockey tournament, we find our fair heroes struggling with enough wayward feelings and angst to make an hour-long emo music video. Yes, Seon-joon, we’re talking about you. (more…)
Seon-joons angst status: Kim Yoon-shik is just a roommate/I like girls/I think I like girls/I know I love my mother, does that count?/Kim Yoon-shik is just a roommate/I like girls…
We interrupt this broadcast to bring you a special weather report from Centre Room Two: Expect turbulent skies over the next few days. Heavy showers of angst, jealousy and pent-up frustrations expected. Bring an umbrella.
The quest to clear Yoon-hee’s name continues but as we shall soon see, that’s not the only thing Seon-joon has on his mind.
Our boy’s hormones are finally catching up with his brain! *sniff* (more…)
A burglar has broken into Sungkyunkwan and for some strange reason, all evidence points to Yoon-hee, which means that our heroes have to play detective and find the real culprit. But first, we need to get the angst out of the way. God help me. (more…)