I wasn't sure if it was even coming, but the romantic element is here to stay in "Feel Good To Die", and I can no longer enjoy Jin-sang's suffering as much. With the time loop gone, our heroes are in real danger from now on, and In-han's next sickening pet project keeps them busy at work as well. Roo-da's involvement is what moves her two merry men, but will they find their own motivation someday?
Jin-sang's (Kang Ji-hwan) more-than-infatuation is now official, and Roo-da's (Baek Jin-hee) potential interest is being teased as well. This is a Korean drama with hearts on its very logo, so I'm not sure why I wasn't expecting it to turn romantic at some point. At the same time, a love triangle hadn't been a properly introduced possibility in "Feel Good To Die" until now. I'm still worried about its consequences, but I feel a bit hopeful.
For a while, the series had me worried that it would go gown the road of Roo-da becoming the only reason for Jin-sang and Joon-ho (Gong Myung) to behave and stand up for others. That she would be a goal, rather than an inspiration for them to change. Jin-sang's words at the station are encouraging, however. Even though it is just one person he can care about for now, he realizes that's a start. If liking Roo-da can help him consciously improve, I welcome it.
I'm also happy to see that Roo-da's own development is not forgotten. She's the heroine, after all, and she has changed the most. I am curious if the potential romance will be given as the reason for Roo-da's involvement in the time loop, or if there's something else to it. I also wonder if Hyeon-jeong (Kim Sa-hee) is really dead, since her father has turned more aggressive, but I somehow expect the supernatural element to come back, especially with his attacks escalating.
He is not the only enemy around, however. I still fully expect the foreign investor to be Joon-ho's father, and his motives at this time are unknown. This is a part of the series I've expressed boredom over for a while now, but Joon-ho doesn't seem to be budging from his Roo-da-focused existence, so I'll welcome anything that can jump-start his view of a bigger picture, the company's future being one such element.
I'm also very happy to see Ahn Seon-nyeo (Seo Jung-yeon) join the team, but even happier to see the continued development of its members. I said before that I expect Yoo-deok (Kim Min-jae) to see the light, and it came in the form of a Min-joo (Ryu Hyun-kyung) fist to the noggin. It's also refreshing to see the ever so go-with-the-flow Jeong-hwa (Jung Min-ah) fight back. Protect these darlings, leading trio. Protect at all costs!
Written by: Orion from 'Orion's Ramblings'
Note: Due to licensing, videos may not be available in your country
Vasia, also known as Orion or Ori online, is currently doing drama episode reviews, daily opinion pieces, and weekly drama news roundups. She has a love for good TV and a penchant for rambling in written form. Vasia can be contacted via firstname.lastname@example.org.
"[HanCinema's Drama Review] "Feel Good To Die" Episodes 19-20"
by HanCinema is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported License.
Jang Ki-yong Awarded Rising Star At the 2018 Korean Hallyu Awards
Actor Jang Ki-yong is the next rising star. The 2018 "8th Korean Hallyu Awards" was held on the 7,...More
"Master of the House" Lee Sang-yoon Lectures Math on TV
Lee Sang-yoon started teaching factorization. "Master of the House" had actress Son Ye-jin as the,...More
Subscribe to HanCinema Pure to remove ads from the website (not> for episode and movie videos) for US$0.99 monthly or US$7.99 yearly (you can cancel anytime). The first step is to be a member, please click here : Sign up, then a subscribe button will show up.
Drama of the week