The meenbak is all frozen in. But everyone tries to make the best of it. The judo players say their goodbyes this episode, but it might not be their last goodbye. Meanwhile, all the guests and owners go sledding at a secret neighborhood spot and two more guests arrive.
Okay, yesterday’s episode was really confusing to me and the editing gave me drama whiplash. But I like JY299’s comment about what OG might be thinking. I also agree with dramaalpaca about yesterdays’ episode being setup for today’s episode.
Okay y’all, this episode marks the halfway point. Yes, only the halfway point, I know! Are we all still okay? Is the blood pressure alright? I feel like watching Misty is my excuse for working out, my heart races so much at all the plot twists. It has to be equivalent to walking a mile, at least. Maybe running one at my pace.
I don’t know what is going to happen and I am so hesitant to try and guess. I know Oh Gong is super upset and is ready to put his life on the line for Seon-mi. You already know Seon-mi is ready to do the same (she has demonstrated enough). I kind of think Oh Gong will be all ready to sacrifice himself for Seon-mi, but then Seon-mi will beat him to it and sacrifice herself for him and the rest of the world. But that shouldn’t happen for three more episodes right? All I know is that I am along for this ride until the (bitter?) end.
Okay, I didn’t’ think we would make a music list for Misty, but I have to after episode 7. This drama has me spinning with how good it is. I think Misty sticks mostly to its OST soundtrack, but if anyone hears a background song that they would like, then let us know in the comments. We will keep updating this post as episodes air.
What can I say, it’s Friday, the day I WAIT FOR, aka Misty day. I think the biggest mystery on all of our minds (or at least mine) is on the timeline of the night Kevin Lee died. Kevin Tran put together a pretty impressive timeline in the comments of the last episode. Please add to it if you know of any other clues!
Y’all, we looked up and all of a sudden we have 6 shows that we are recapping. Our New Years goal was to do 4 live recaps for the entire year (one per season) so, yeah, we have blown that out of the water.
Don’t let the image deceive you. There are a lot of laughs and light in Should We Kiss First, which is what makes me love it. Herein lies the next two episodes which also aired on Tuesday of this week, right after the premier. They showed both episodes in one day due to the Olympics, which meant that we were covering 3 dramas and 5 episodes on Tuesday, good Lord, I will be so happy when everything goes back to normal next week. I love the Olympics (I mean did you see the women of USA vs Canada battling it out in hockey!) but I am not so thrilled with what it is doing with my drama watching schedule.
I really hoped Should We Kiss, First? (키스 먼저 할까요) was a solid drama because we dropped Cross in order to recap it. Y’all, I am happy to say that it is, it is so good, it has an old school USA romantic comedy vibe to it that gives me all sorts of warm feelings. Right away I got a vibe of You’ve Got Mail with Kim Soon-ah taking on the Meg Ryan role and Kam Woo-sung portraying Tom Hanks. This story is all sorts of different though. A woman isn’t trying to save her quant bookstore from a huge conglomerate that is about to take all their business. Yet somehow, it still evokes the same feeling.
The last episode of Waikiki had me in stitches with how JD had to handle the writer/director situation. Poor JD, he had his first recurring acting job, but now he is jobless once again. Did anyone see the preview? Because that wedding scene is throwing me for a loop.
This recap of Waikiki will be an aftercap since we are recapping it after Radio Romance ends. We also plan on recapping Should We Kiss, First? which airs at the same time as Radio Romance. We are not sure how that one will fit into the schedule, but we think we will do it as an aftercap, after Waikiki airs (when everything is back to its normal schedule).