so happy we can just do sketches for these... gah who to do next

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mmmm high school au!woozi ??

omg i am so sorry how late this is but i hope you forgive me<3 i didn’t mean to make it this long;;;; but i hope you like it!

How do I say this: you and Jihoon did not get along - at all. He was quick to anger and so were you, plus you two were always arguing over who was right and wrong almost all the time. Unfortunately, you two shared almost every class together, which made it that much harder to avoid him. At least you two sat on opposite sides of the room.

Which is why you’re suprised one day when the art teacher announces that she’ll be assigning partners instead of letting the students choose, and to you and Jihoon’s luck, you two have been paired together.

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School 2017 Episode 11

BROMANCE! Today’s episode was all about Tae-woon and Dae-hwi, as individuals and friends, and I’m so happy the show is finally taking the time to explore this broken friendship; and there’s actually some real progress between today is a miracle. They both need to find a middle ground where they can understand each other and the new person they have become respectively, all in order to be able to have dreams again. In a way, after Joon-ki’s death, they both have given up on their dreams.

In one hand, we have Dae-hwi working himself to the bone and using people in order to get ahead of others and be able to go to university, making rash decisions that benefit him only. Does he even know what he wants to study? Does he think things will be different in university? Or will he just find another Hee-chan? Although, I’m glad to see he’s still keeping his distance from that imbecile.

But let’s take for example his break up with Nam-joo. Did he even stop to think about her feelings or her situation with their so-called friends until today? They were together for over six months, and apparently really liked each other, and what? She had to spelled out for him that he was hurting her feelings? I’m not trying to defend her since I know she has issues of her own to work on, for example, stop lying to everyone and tell the truth but I think it’s important part of Dae-hwi’s journey to understand that because just because someone is in appearance okay, it doesn’t mean internally they aren’t struggling.

That’s also the reason why I think it’s important that he’s sort of communicating and has no secrets between him and Tae-woon. Dae-hwi finding his former friend sketches shows a new side to Tae-woon that maybe Dae-hwi didn’t know about or he had forgotten.

Also, can I just point out that flashback about Dae-hwi and Nam-joo was the cutest thing? Gah! Please, work things out. I want to see more of that.

On the other hand, Tae-woon needs to snap out of it. Yes, it’s important to pour your energy into making your dreams come true but sometimes life throws you curveballs that need to take priority. This doesn’t mean you forget your dreams, and while it hurts to put them in second place, part of becoming an adult is understanding that we can’t do what we like to all the time. The reason why Tae-woon has a hard time at this hour with Eun-ho and Dae-hwi, it’s because he never truly had to compromise himself in order to protect something or someone more important. In a subconscious way, Tae-won knows his Dad has his back if anything happens and it also helps they don’t have to worry about money. This, I think, is the reason why Dae-hwi keeps pushing Tae-woon to fess up about being Suspect X even if it means losing Dad’s support and benefits. it would also keep Hee-chan off everyone’s back.

Tae-woon does have it easy but that doesn’t mean he’s okay with everything that entitles (the good and especially the bad), which is why I have high hopes he will come through for his friends. He needs to really start taking responsibility for the consequences of his actions and choices; and have a real conversation with Dad about what and how he wants his life to be. And if Dad it’s not okay with it then he needs to work it out on his own, like Eun-ho is doing right now.

While I think Eun-ho is overreacting by taking all her belongings from Tae-woon’s, I understand where she’s coming from when she decides to take a break from working on her webtoon for the time being for the reasons I mentioned before. Eun-ho has such a wonderful family unit, it’s not wonder why she wants to share some of the burden if it means helping out the 3 people who have unconditional support her until now. I hope things get better for them soon, I want to see them thrive so badly.

On the romance department though, Eun-ho could use some of Teacher Gu’s love wisdom. I don’t believe for a minute she doesn’t know exactly how she feels about Tae-woon, and I ain’t see her watching anybody else with hear eyes. I think she’s scared to take the next step and become part of something bigger, especially when Tae-woon it’s being that sincere and intense. The man means it… smooth, cheeky bastard.

I don’t think she rejected him for the right reasons but I’m a glad she’s making her point clear. Maybe this little breather between them will help them both find the answers they are looking for.

Originally posted by bo9um

Special mention to Tae-woon’s voice breaking when he was talking about Joon-ki and how he overcame the fear of riding his motoroclyce again. I was right there in the border of tears with them.