It’s Park Bo-gums last day at the meenbak, which means I have no more excuses to put him in all the image posts for Hyori’s B&B. He gets a nice full day in and gets to do all the things he wanted to do on his wish list. I’m going to miss Bo-gum at the meenbak, he was so friendly and normal.
They don’t have that many guests (considering the numbers they have been having) so Hyori and crew get to enjoy some relaxing time and hang out with the guests they have. Bogum even got to hang out in the studio and jam with SS and the team. At the end of the night everyone ends up playing this game called Mafia that is basically like a cops and robbers game where you have to pick who the Mafia members are. It looks like a lot of fun, especially around a campfire. You need a good amount of people though. The next episode is Bogum’s last day where they do all the things he wants. See you then!
All the guests leave in this episode and two more guests arrive. One of them is super adorable, too. Plus, BG gets a chance to talk to the Judo player that wanted to see him. However, she had a hard time making a coherent thought. See you on Sunday for the next episode!
I looooooved today’s episode of Hyori’s Bed and Breakfast. Park Bo-gum really brought some fun life to the Meenbak as he eats and hangs out with the guests. It really made me love him more than I already love him. Well, I should say I loved him as an actor, but now I just like him as a chill person. He and IU (season 1) both showed their normal sides while at the Meenbak, which is really delightful. Yoona is still a mystery because she is a workhorse and it feels like she is “on” all the time. But maybe the other side to her personality is that she is so dependable and can figure everything out. I really enjoyed her in this episode too; she finally got a chance to hang out with the guests!
This post for Hyori’s Bed and Breakfast 2 is super late, it should have gone up on Sunday, but we added Live and The Great Seducer to our watch list which kind of threw our schedule off. I love this episode though because it is the one where Park Bo Gum finally shows up! He even gets to drive some customers to the beach. This is a quickcap, so we are posting it as soon as we finish it for all my peeps who watches raw and don’t have access to subs. I will go back and edit it when I get the chance!
Hyori, Sang-soon, and Yoona are able to survive another day of this winter snow storm as they make sure the guests are all taken care off. Hyori wakes them all up with a song and then the meenbak team makes sure everyone is well fed before they head out for the day, all while nursing a runny nose herself. Several of the guests check out that morning (Judo players and sisters) and several more guests show up. It looks like they will have a house full of 10 men, but then 4 young girls come (all 20 years old). Suddenly SS is left with a problem…where will everyone sleep? At least they got the hot tub fixed.
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.
In this episode of Hyori’s B&B, two more groups of guests arrive. One is a sister duo and the other group are three male friends who like to surf. So, so far there are a Judo team, two sisters, and three surfing buddies at the meenbak. The weather isn’t super bad so the three groups are able to go out. But a snow storm hits them all at the end of the episode.
In this episode we get to know the Judo players a bit more. We find out that they can really put food away, take amazing care of their skin, and one of them wants to see Park Bo-gum before she dies (maybe she will get her chance!). We also get a nice little taste of their outdoor sauna-like jacuzzi and we see just how Yoona is fitting in with everyone.
Season two is finally here! It couldn’t have come at a better time because I need some nice relaxing Jeju air to help with my stress and anxiety from watching Hwayugi.