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'My Too Perfect Sons' Features Comic Imagination Scenes

2009/05/08 | 1572 views | Permalink | Source

The May 3 episode of KBS2's "My Too Perfect Sons" made viewers explode with laughter during scenes where Song Jin-pung (Son Hyun-joo) imagines being married to his first love Kim Hye-rim (Choi Ji-na).

When Hye-rim came to Jin-pung's pharmacy with pancakes she made, he became jealous of her husband, Brutus Lee, and imagined himself being her husband.

In his imagination, Jin-pung acted exactly like Brutus, bathing their children and grilling beef for the family and having a good time with Hye-rim.

But soon coming back to reality, Jin-pung, with tears in his eyes, just had to watch Hye-rim turning her back on him as she returned home. This led him to imagine another sad situation that could have happened only in the 1970s.

Wrapping a necktie around his neck and leaving it drooping on the back, the way a scarf was popularly worn in the 1970s, Jin-pung asked Hye-rim, "I never imagined that you would live this miserable life. How did you end up marrying such an evil man?" Hye-rim answered, "I couldn't help it. I would be happy if I had been married to you. How miserable I am now".

Jin-pung asked her to elope with him, but she said, "I can't", weeping. When he embraced her, her husband, Brutus, appeared and became furious. Jin-pung knocked him down and ran away with Hye-rim on a motorcycle, saying, "To find a paradise of our own!"

Jin-pung, an old bachelor, gave full play to his imagination and couldn't feel happier. These scenes enabled all viewers, young or old, to enjoy the episode older viewers were given a chance to reminisce about the time when they were young, and younger viewers liked the comic elements of the drama.

"My Too Perfect Sons" garnered the most viewers with ratings of 22.9 percent among programs broadcast on the terrestrial networks for the same time slot -- 8:00 p.m. on weekend evenings. MBC's "Cheer Up on Love" ("Good Job, Good Job") recorded 11.3 percent ratings and "SBS News" 8.6 percent.

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