I don’t even know where to start. This episode was fantastic. The episode focused a lot on the changes within Young Oh. We saw begin to change in the previous episode, but Young Oh also denied being able to feel anything at the end of episode 9. Now, it really cannot be denied anymore. They ended the episode so beautifully, I hope the next episode doesn’t take a step backward. Even if it does, I don’t think it can take away the overall warmth and healing of episode 10.
Let me start by saying this was a fantastic Episode of Beautiful Mind. I enjoyed it so much. I was really pleased to get more insight into the father. I’ve been waiting for this for so long. I was having a very hard time understanding or sympathizing with him. He seemed very cold and lacked empathy himself. Now I understand and have a better idea of what is going on his head.
Young Oh continues his journey of curiosity. With Jin Sung, I just want to squeeze her all the time because she’s so adorable; I can’t get over it. Okay, let’s dive into the episode and see what it brought.
Another week of Beautiful Mind has come and gone. Now the path to romance is beginning to seem imminent. The groundwork is set; it’ll be interesting to see how they’ll take a man who cannot feel love or emotions and make him fall in love.
When everything is perfect, things are bound to go wrong (especially in dramaland). Episode 12 held perfection in the form of snorting laughter bliss. As the official launch of Zeze approaches, the terrible dark cloud of eminent doom lingers (although no one suspects it).
What did this episode have? We experience heightened empathy towards Young Oh as his world begins to unravel. It’s painful to watch… but will probably signify the tipping point of the drama where things really begin to change (potentially and most likely within Young Oh himself).
I’ve tried and tried and tried… trust me I’ve tried, but why was my Episode 6 recap not coming together? It seems ridiculous to me because Episode 6 was my favorite Episode yet. For this review, I’m throwing away the Recap Format because it’s the only way I’ve been able to get through it. I’m still covering many episode Hope this still works and you still enjoy it.
Alright; I’ll start off by stating I’m the worst. I’ve fallen super behind on my Lucky Romance Recaps. I’ve been thinking about it, and it will be very difficult to catch up (especially while I’m also recapping Beautiful Mind). So, I hope you’ll forgive me; but to catch-up, I want to share my overall thoughts on the episodes I’ve missed rather than attempting full recaps. My plan is to resume recaps on Lucky Romance this week, as we enter the home stretch.
Although I haven’t written on the drama for a while, a lot has happened and I would like to share briefly what I’ve been thinking.
So some of my suspicions were right from episode 4 and some were wrong. The series continues to be exciting and certainly keeps us on our toes. Just when you think you’ve starting to figure it out, BOOM – they switch it up on us again by throwing another curve ball. This really is a welcomed change, because quite usually Kdramas are way too predictable. It does require a lot of energy though.. because like Young Oh and Jin Sung, we’re trying to get a handle on what’s actually happening. Like both of them, I keep jumping to premature conclusions, causing me to be wrong again and again and again…
It feels like things are beginning to make a bit more sense. We have a potential villain now (but I’m sure the show could still be playing some tricks on us). I really still don’t feel 100% sure of anything, but at least the mystery is beginning to take shape. I have a hunch we don’t have a clear cut killer, but rather a conspiracy on hand where money for scientific advancement might be the driving factor.