It’s possible that we die here without being rescued. However, I’ll do everything to survive. I won’t give up in despair or run away because of fear. I’ll survive. I’ll try everything to survive. If I can’t, then I’ll die. But let’s not give up and try to survive until then.
I mean this livestream was honestly a hilarious, bickering mess between all three of them and I loved every second of it. There were so may good moments within this
-Making fun of Jimin’s height
-Jin’s dad jokes
-Jin’s squeaky laugh and Jungkook’s jokes about it
-Kookie blackmailing them to get into the room
-When Jimin tried to run away and all Jungkook had to do was put out his arm and say “Where are you running off to?”
-Jimin filming himself while Jin was telling his story
-“We’re in front of fans, what’s up with Hee (Hi) Mart?”
- STOP IT! How do you spell it? S.T.O.P….I.T!
-Jungkook’s “I study these days!“
-Jimin complaining cutely
-Jungkook talking about Jin’s age
- Jin snapping and sarcastically saying “Old age is real good.” Just to childishly bicker and not lose the argument
-Jimin having to tell them not to fight
-Jungkook and Jin bickering about scientific terms
-Jimin dying because of jungkook and Jin’s bickering
-Jimin continuously saying “What am I doing here?” and being confused as to what the hell EatJin turned into
-Jimin abruptly ending the live
What was that ending?
And they all lived happily ever after?
Did everyone forget Tae Ho murdered many people and threatened many throughout the series?
Where was the cathartic scene with Tae Ho is rotting away in jail?
Is it that easy to get out of jail after murdering people in this drama world?
How was everyone laughing and joking around with Tae Ho at the end? Don’t tell me they are all kind and generous people with great big hearts who forgave him for killing their friend and threatening them.
I did not watch this entire show to find everyone INCLUDING Tae Ho to be frolicking about like nothing happened.
I needed everyone happy MINUS Tae Ho.
We got more of a justice moment when the prosecution was being taken away!!! What is this nonsense???
And I laughed at the inclusion of Yeol at the end; like an afterthought. “I’m sorry we forgot about him this entire time but we won’t stop trying to find him!”
Yeol better be alive somewhere watching all of this Tae Ho nonsense and plotting his revenge on him.
“Missing 9 season 2: Yeol’s revenge”
Oh and that random confession of love by investigator Oh to Bong hee. What? Did I miss some signs? Where did that come from.
Ryan, you’re Luke Skywalker. You’re battling Greg, who’s Darth Vader. When space adventurer Lando Calrissian, Wayne, comes in to help. Colin keeps entering as other Star Wars characters. The trick is, every time they speak they have to use these exact number of words. Greg, you can only and always have to use 2 words, Colin you always have to use 3 words, Ryan you always have to use 4 words, Wayne you always have to use 5 words.
One of the most notable things about Sook-Hee is her youthful and innocent appearance. Although Sook-Hee has seen and felt the negativity of the world, it is evident that she is strong enough to be clever and flexible, despite the odds against her. She is flexible enough to fix various roles, and this is proven to be true when she disguises herself as a handmaiden to fool Lady Hideko.
Sook-Hee is courageous and assertive, and although she is able to be clever, Sook-Hee has a strong set of morals due to her innocent, yet stubborn nature. It is apparent that Sook-Hee is brave, for she is willing to do dangerous tasks or tasks she knows that she can’t do. This is shown when she attempts to read a letter in another language. She can’t read, but she still tried nonetheless.
The promise of comfort and luxury is what drives Sook-Hee to become Lady Hideko’s handmaiden when she is proposed to fool Lady Hideko. Living in poverty, Hideko, like her relatives, were a family who conned others for a living. When Lady Hideko was away, Sook-Hee in her free time liked to try on Lady Hideko’s fine jewelry and accessories, dreaming of a life of luxury and an abundance of money. Sook-Hee feels her best when she is comfortable.
Sook-Hee’s speech is unrefined unless she is motivated to speak otherwise. The thoughts in her head are devious, yet ironically innocent. For the most part, Sook-Hee does fine with talking formally with Lady Hideko, but there are times when she slips up, saying something that is considered “out of line” or not to standard. However, there is a nurturing vibe with the way she speaks, especially if she is talking to someone she is loyal to.
Sook-Hee is a unconditional, sacrificial lover. By sacrificing her comforts and practicalities, Sook-Hee does many things to please the people she loves. It’s shown that she is willing to go to an asylum and to be tricked to get the love she wants from others. Her love is often secretive, mysterious, yet fulfilling. Sook-Hee is very tender and gentle in her love.
Sook-Hee is full of passion. A lot of her strong, passionate emotions drive her to impulsively to do many dangerous things. This is shown when she feels furious to see the ancient Japanese erotica that Lady Hideko is forced to read. She releases her fury by ripping the books apart, and slashing graphic illustrations.