Korean drama the heirs episode 9
Thats an honest question.
In frustration, Tan asks what hes supposed to do when he likes her this much, and she actually admits to liking him backits a bit of a surprise to be dropped with such little fanfare, but I like it better for the way that gates of paradise book her.
Madam Han is positively chipper about her trip to the PTA meeting, though Tan scolds her for.Hes really ruining the show for me, which was definitely not one of my concerns when I heard Kim Woo-bin was cast as the rival.Eun-sang cowers nervously, but Won is polite as he makes small talk and says it was nice seeing her again.I did, however, love Madam Han impersonating Eun-sang, and for that scene alone I found this episode enjoyable.Its just that I thought the point of the show would be to move him away from that and allow him to find himself.With this excuse to insert herself into the mix, there might be room for a lot more fun.Tan stops her, though, calling her Mom openly and introducing her directly to Young-do.Eun-sang worries with Chan-young, thinking that shes been marked as the new bullying target (it hasnt even occurred to her that Young-dos interest may lie elsewhere).He recognizes them from middle school, and they know enough about him to skedaddle on sight.Young-do pokes at Tans sore spot on their way out, taunting that his mother worried about her career more than his safety, saying that it must because shes not his biological mother.Tan tries to talk to him about moving back home, but Won counters, Then do you want to be the one moving to a hotel?I feel like Im in alienromanceland and need an interpreter.(Elegant clothes with just a hint of gauche, the slightest ditz tone to her voice) Talk about serendipity.
With Rachels mother and Young-dos father earning all the praise, Madam Han charges forward and volunteers to handle the leftover slotsall of them.
The school calls her mother to ask about her absence, and as Mom cannot speak, the caller hangs.