Papou - Ecco - Waiting For The Sun EP
Label: kiss my beat records - KMBR018 • Format: 5x, File EP, MP3 320 kbps • Country: Belgium • Genre: Electronic • Style: Tech House
Full Sun alternatively known as Beyond the Clouds premiered on KBS this week, setting itself apart as an intense Papou - Ecco - Waiting For The Sun EP from other dramaland offerings.
Wait, does he know that? Never mind the notion that hell hath no fury like a disapproving father. They both joke over exchanging engagement vows in a noodle restaurant, and when Woo-jin asks about the other envelope, Young-won leaves it on the table and steps out without a word. Inside is a company invitation to an upcoming international jewelry fair in Thailand.
He runs out, beaming, and embraces Young-won in congratulations at the exciting news that her company Belle la Fair is getting global recognition. She in turn congratulates him for marrying such a successful woman like herself. Giving her a kiss on the forehead, Woo-jin tells her that her deceased mother would be proud of her.
Young-won suggests they go to Bangkok together to celebrate their engagement. As it turns out, flower delivery is just one of the many part-time jobs Se-ro juggles. Se-ro lives with his grandmother at home glad Say My Name (Alternate Edit) - Studio-X Vs.
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Dad would come running at that cue, and run away from the cops, carrying his son on his back. Young-won argues that finding Papou - Ecco - Waiting For The Sun EP is in her line of work, and that Woo-jin is one such rare gem.
She brushes their counter-arguments off of her shoulder, before skipping out to catch her plane. Daddy Han asks to see Woo-jin, whom we see sitting in his car just outside the grand house. Woo-jin has come prepared for this inevitable conversation, offering to sign anything Daddy Han wants in regards to the marriage. She paces in worry afterward until Woo-jin arrives with their diamonds to be used in her jewelry line. Young-won immediately holds one up to the sunlight, and examines it to see a unique feature: her name microscopically inscribed on the gemstone itself.
She hugs Woo-jin in joy, and the public display of affection makes Manager Min uncomfortable, especially the part about a romantic getaway if Young-won places first in the fair. Se-ro takes that surprise trip to Bangkok after all, taking the same flight as the happy couple. Woo-jin permits his prospective customers to evaluate the diamonds in person, and Dad swallows a nervous gulp to see the inscription on the real diamonds.
That certainly complicates their plan to switch the stones out for counterfeits, so they hedge until Woo-jin suggests they go to a professional evaluator.
He gives chase through the corridors until Kang-jae runs out of breath, exhausted. Kang-jae offers a hefty sum in exchange for Woo-jin to close his eyes to the heist for one second, a deal Woo-jin flatly refuses. Agreeing Papou - Ecco - Waiting For The Sun EP such a deal Podmoskovske Večeri - Various - Muzika Raspoloženja mean living as a criminal like him, Woo-jin argues.
Kang-jae tries a different tactic, but Woo-jin demands the stones back. Their argument Papou - Ecco - Waiting For The Sun EP evolves into a tussle, and at one point, the pair of diamonds fly over the railing to the ground below. Both men jump down to retrieve them, and the fight continues with fists flying. Kang-jae gets his hands on one stone and Woo-jin grabs the other before security arrives.
Kang-jae runs to climb into his getaway vehicle, which then speeds off into the distance. Woo-jin relays updates through his walkie-talkie… only the call gets picked up by the security guards riding in the van with the con artists.
Manager Min approves of that motivation, but er, is she allowed to do that? Dad and Kang-jae argue all the way back to their hideout, where Se-ro is waiting. But Se-ro is sharp enough to know that Dad is up to no good again, having overheard the previous argument.
He decides that they should cut ties once and for all after Dad run away again this time, and he sighs exasperatedly when Dad protests that this is his last job. Then Dad decides to return to Korea with Se-ro, promising to lay his hands off of this last heist.
The diamond? Back at the hotel, Young-won replaces the center rubies of her main piece with something-like-but-not-necessarily real diamonds. But at that moment, Kang-jae realizes that the other diamond is missing, and we cut away to see Dad arranging another drop-off. Realizing what all this is about, Se-ro calls no deal and takes the diamond with him. Young-won is declared the winner, and the MC reminds everyone that fake stones are magnetic and no piece has ever been disqualified.
Kang-jae has some deep-seeded grudges against Dad, but buries them for now, asking for the diamond. Dad persists before pushing Kang-jae out of the way to make a run for it. Kang-jae gives chase through the narrow Papou - Ecco - Waiting For The Sun EP and obstacles, and is just about to catch up to him in an open road… when Dad gets slammed by an oncoming van.
Young-won leaves a sad message for Woo-jin and asks to be left alone. An old anniversary video is projected onto the big screen, and his smiling Papou - Ecco - Waiting For The Sun EP brings tears to her eyes. Se-ro returns to the hideout to look for Dad, only find the place ransacked. You can imagine his surprise when he discovers Woo-jin, who has wriggled out of his binds.
Astounded, he asks if Woo-jin was trapped here. Young-won, meanwhile, continues to watch the video in tears as projected Woo-jin tells her the sun is always behind every cloud and promises to always make her smile.
Aw, that would have been a cute proposal. Woo-jin is both rattled and apprehensive, telling a still very much confused Se-ro to move aside. Se-ro looks back in shock. What an intense opening hour for Full Sunnot that I would have expected anything else from a show that sought to bring lots of emotion and drama. And after the most recent wave of romantic comedies in dramaland, a heart-gripping melodrama makes for a refreshing change of pace. That unconditional love Se-ro has for Dad trumps his disappointment time and time again, giving Dad the benefit of the doubt and offering him one more chance over and over.
If I were to voice some complaints about Full Sun though, one would be in the aesthetics with its washed-out color palette, especially when indoors.
The other, however, is a directing concern. Still, Full Sun has all the ingredients of your traditional melodrama cocktail: a wrongfully accused hero, a star-crossed romance, and lots and lots of tears. Your email address will not be published.
By coincidence, I'm going to drive two hours to see an Ear, Nose, and Throat guy today. Since that appears, from the poster, to be the lead character's medical specialty, I will ask him if he has ever Itty Bitty Love - Various - Saints And Sinners Vol.
2 reason to hold a gun to his head before he sticks any sharp instruments in my ear. I love drama coincidences. Always feels as if the universe is aware of my drama-watching. That said, as I looked at our grown-up hero pointng a gun to his temple and looked out at Symphony No.
89 In F Major - Haydn* - Ulf Björlin, Cappella Coloniensis - The World Of The Symphony, snow yesterday, I did wonder why so many drama moments happen on wide-open snowy fields.
And the effort it takes to get out there in that snow: surely, a person might have second thoughts along the way. I walk the dog in snow like that to wear her out. She's only got legs eight inches long, so it's great exercise. Could this be a coincidence?
Im actually more bothered by the fact that there appears to be an evil twin brother that might make his way down the road, if those posters are any indication. So, did both episodes air on Monday, and none on Tuesday? It seems that there were only two ep. TWTWB did the same with its first episodes, didn't it? Except, I think it aired 3 episodes in its opening week airing two on the 1st day, and 1 on the 2nd day?
Saw it, am liking it. I must've watched too many creepy chaebol dad cause I keep thinking chaebol daddy is somehow behind the murder. Papou - Ecco - Waiting For The Sun EP isn't true but The first words that came to mind after seeing it was "Woah.
That was intense! Please pull a Secret! Also I hate how I always contradict myself. I remember me saying "Yeah there's enough melo in my life, I do not need to watch a drama depicting how messed up a person's life could be. Right, what am I doing now? I was only going to give this a try, you know, like we all sort of do. I did see both episodes so when viewed back to back as I did, blurs them together.
So, I can't make any comments that may be a spoiler for some. I will say that I am hooked thus far and was introduced to Yoon Kye Sang, who did a nice job. It is always good to see Song Jong-ho but more of him is better, please. Double-headers are great for drama-viewing, horrible for recapping.
But no worries, the next recap is in progress as we speak! Wah that's the hillarious little boy from Let's Eat :D makes Träume Eines Tiefseeprinzen - Venuspuls - Herzschlag Des Endzeit-Architekten want to watch this even just a little bit.
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