Another week, another two absolutely quotable episodes.

Drama Debussie here and I have to say, while the ghost stories are fun in this series, the ever revealing stories of the characters are quickly becoming my favorite part. I especially enjoy the fact that each ghost story somehow relates to some piece of the characters’ backstory.


Joo Joong one. Joo Joong two. Joo Joong three.

Another week, another two absolutely quotable episodes.

Drama Debussie here and I have to say, while the ghost stories are fun in this series, the ever revealing stories of the characters are quickly becoming my favorite part. I especially enjoy the fact that each ghost story somehow relates to some piece of the characters’ backstory.

It’s not a coincidence that we explored a ghost’s story in where she was absolutely betrayed by the man she loved and thought loved her. Joong Won feels that Hee Joo made a fool of him by tricking him into caring about her so that he was ultimately kidnapped and the ransomed jewels have never been found. Although I think we all know that while his pride may be the size of Jupiter, his bitterness is not so much about the humiliation he felt from losing the jewels, but the humiliation he feels from being betrayed after he let his defenses down.

Joong Won doesn’t let just anyone get next to him. He’s calculating the feasibility and the fit of the type of women that he wants to be with and he won’t relegate himself to spend his time with anyone he doesn’t deem worthy.

This explains why he’s so guarded and prefers to spend time with people and things that make him money. He doesn’t see the value in opening himself up to anyone, so he doesn’t do it. It’s pretty much the same emotions we feel after any breakup, but when your breakup leads to your kidnapping, a pretty hefty ransom, and the ultimate death of your significant other, those feelings would be even more traumatizing.

The good thing is that his singular greed for money is what’s keeping Gong Shil by his side. VERY close by his side. Seriously, I thought I was a bad drunk, but seeing Gong Shil experience multiple personalities in one night officially makes her the worst! Congrats?

Yeah, me too, Gong Shil. Me too.

Who can we thank for Joong Won’s night shirt? I mean, he looks like a Disney prince. Or someone who should be on the front of a romance novel, wind blowing, and riding a white horse. Bareback.

I’m not sure if any of you are fans of the almost forced Kang Woo/Gong Shil flirtation, but I’m not. I know that everyone says Gong Shil needs to get a man, but I don’t think he’s the man she needs. Forget the fact he’s the (conflicted) spy, am I really supposed to be believe he’s somehow better than Joong Won?

I came to defend you. Hide.

This could be my bias talking and Kang Woo is admittedly a nice guy, but...no.

Right now I’m more a fan of him and Yi Ryung. Sure, she’s shallow and a K-Posh Spice wannabe (reference to Spice Girls hit unintended), but she needs someone to humanize her. I'd also like to think that somewhere deep, deep, DEEP within her is a good person that is worth getting to know.

Look forward to more from the Master’s Sun Drama Club!

And look up the Drama Club members on their own pages!