She wanted to take the relationship slow, so I find her “hold it right there” response to an entire episode’s worth of pressure to get married actually quite normal and believable.Coupled with the preview for episode 16, I’m pretty cool with how this drama might wrap up. Episode 15 Recap: Ah Jung runs out of the party, losing her shoes and her self-esteem in the process. Ki Joon, a half-step too slow if you ask me, chases after her and stops her in the hallway.He asks her what’s wrong, but she lies and says that she’s simply not feeling well.
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Ki Joon doesn’t buy her lame excuse for one minute, pleading with his Ah Jung-ah to just tell him what the heck happened to her?
She took a call and suddenly she was running out, so what was the content of the call? Ah Jung doesn’t share the bad news with him, and he stops pressing her.
Ki Joon kneels down in front of her and tells her to get on since she’s barefoot.
Ooooh, aborted piggyback ride from episode 9 about to become a reality. I’m sorry, I don’t care how many times I’ve seen a piggyback ride in a K-drama, but I LOVELOVELOVE this version.
It’s not a drunken or injured one, but one where she emotionally needs the security he provides. When Ah Jung apologizes for being a burden (literally and likely figuratively as well), he stops teasing her and tells her that she’s not heavy at all.
And his white suit contrasted with her black strapless dress? He asks if this is the first time he’s piggybacked her, and she confirms it is. He then smiles and quietly tells her that he wants to carry her like this every day for the rest of their lives. Ki Joon sets Ah Jung down in the car, which is when a lady comes running out bearing Ah Jung’s shoes.
She tells Ah Jung to cheer up, no matter what it was that happened. He brushes the dirt off her soles first before slipping her feet into the high heels.
But I’ve come to realize that the new writer is aiming to allude to Cinderella and then tell us that Ah Jung would never agree to that proposition.
While one of the biggest problems with the writing of Lie to Me is consistency – characters personalities and motivations change quickly, and plot and narrative is all over the place – the only thing consistent, which keeps us all glued to the set, is the love story between Ki Joon and Ah Jung.
I was too harsh in my initial reaction to episode 15. I think she’s pretty overwhelmed at this point, and really needs to figure out her life and her future with Ki Joon without other plot motivators such as the China deal or her job on the line.
Ah Jung is showing that she’s not going to act before she thinks anymore, and will ponder her future with Ki Joon thoughtfully.