Episode eleven brought the mystery reveals in full force, with an explosion of explanations. While I liked finding out the answers to the mysteries that have plagued us for ten episodes, the overload of resolutions felt like…um…an overload. Overload or not, I still liked this entry in the series, I just did not love it. m11 1 The reason for Sun Woo and Seol Chan’s bad blood was revealed (at least I think it was, still wondering if there is something else to this) and I have to say I was surprised. I had built this issue up in my head to the point I expected this big, dark, twisted secret-not an adoption secret being told by a kid to their Mother. m11 5 But hey, maybe it did not have to be a dark twisted secret, because Monstar is, at its core, a coming of age tale. When you are young not everything dramatic  is truly full of the drama you infuse into the situation, after all this is the stage of a person’s life where they figure out what matters and which battles to fight. So, they fell out over revealing an adoption. But that could be a big deal for a young person, especially for a person that has spent less than twenty years on this earth. In other words, the weight of a situation is dependent on the person who faces the facts of their widespread truth- the way a person faces such a reality is semi dependent on their past experience. m11 3 Se Yi and Mom found some closure this episode (and by closure I mean they had a conversation that did not involve tears or yelling). Se Yi seemed to realize that her time with her Mother was best spent not fighting, because in comparison to Hye Rim or Seol Chan she is actually incredibly lucky just to have the option to spend time with her Mom at all. m11 4 I have to admit I came to like Mom in this episode. I think a huge part of that came from Se Yi changing her opinion of her Mother- as I have said before our views of Mom are from Se Yi’s point of view. Once Se Yi started liking Mom we saw a nicer side of the woman. And I am kind of getting over seeing this actress based on her roles in other dramas. Thank you brain for finally sorting that mess out. m11 7 Se Yi letting Sun Woo down in the end of this episode seemed like a one sided tragedy- I have a feeling Sun Woo can get over his feelings a lot quicker than Se Yi thinks he can. I was a little confused at the letdown, or maybe I was just confused at the delivery. I get that you are friends and all but asking a guy on a date just to tell him that you like his friend seems like a cruel joke. m11 6 Cruel joke or not I fully expect Sun Woo to tell Se Yi all is well- after all he already knows about Seol Chan and Se Yi even if he does not want to admit it. And because he is aware of the reality of the situation I have a feeling he had learned to come to terms with the prospect he would never end up with Se Yi, he just has to hear the truth from Se Yi to realize that he will be okay (but I fully expect he will do some sulking). m11 8 Next week is the finale, and I have to say I will miss this show. I already feel my last episode tears welling up. Show, why do you have to end?! Until next week… More MONSTAR Drama Club! Episode 11:  [ Part 1 ] [ Part 2 ] [ Part 3 ] [ Part 4 ] Episode 10: [ Part 1 ] [ Part 2 ] [ Part 3 ] [ Part 4 ] Episode 9:   [ Part 1 ] [ Part 2 ] [ Part 3 ] [ Part 4 ] Episode 8:   [ Part 1 ] [ Part 2 ] [ Part 3 ] [ Part 4 ] Episode 7:   [ Part 1 ] [ Part 2 ] [ Part 3 ] [ Part 4 ] Episode 6:   [ Part 1 ] [ Part 2 ] [ Part 3 ] [ Part 4 ] Episode 5:   [ Part 1 ] [ Part 2 ] [ Part 3 ] [ Part 4 ] Episode 4:   [ Part 1 ] [ Part 2 ] [ Part 3 ] [ Part 4 ]