Joo continues to see Ryo. He takes her on fancy dates – restaurant and movies. But her mind is constantly going back to all the simple and yet enjoyable things she did with Seua.
Seua is still going on a jealousy spree. He goes as far as to tell Ryo that he needs to back up because Joo is his girlfriend. Possessive much. Seua doesn’t stop there and even throws a few punches. I have to say that this scene is the one that made me totally dislike Ryo. I found him not trustworthy since the beginning and he just showed his true colors. Ryo reminds Seua that he’s only “a temple boy” – meaning he [Ryo] has more money and a better social status. That was just so low SMH. Joo should have let Seua punch Ryo to his heart’s content 😈.
The situation escalates and leads to a big argument between Joo and Seua. The latter questions Joo about her going out on dates with Ryo. Joo answers that she is free to do so since there is nothing between Seua and her. Seua insists that she shouldn’t be saying that after all they’ve been through. TRUE TRUE TRUE. Joo keeps lying to herself. Seua asks if Joo would be alright with him taking another girl out. Her answer: Yes. Seua says that alright. It’s clear that Joo has been treating him like an option the all time but he can’t do that. He also wants Joo to admit that her going out with Ryo is because he can buy her everything and anything. Ehh, he went a little far with this one. We know our Joo isn’t like that. Seua adds that she’s like other girls – obsessed with men and their money.
Last portion of the argument: Joo tells Seua that they should call it quits. Seua answers that they haven’t even started yet. She explains that she was glad when he said that he liked her but they are so different that it would never work. Snif, this scene was so sad.
Joo has a hard time. Surprinsingly, Ning is the one that gives her some advice. When Joo is wondering if love is enough, Ning tells her that listening to her heart is the way the go. Having been in this situation, Ning tells her that picking the guy because they seem a better match isn’t the best way out.
Both Seua and Joo relive the moments they spent together and I have to say that my eyes are happy to see all those beautiful flashbacks. Usually, I hate flashbacks so much!
Joo and Bee get ready for their class’ prom! Joo’s zits and pimples are all gone. It’s like it never happened in the first place. Bee even admits that Joo is more beautiful than him! Gosh, I love Bee. He needs his own show. Joo expresses worries about her beautiful looks. With zits and pimples, only genuine guys would approach her. But now? Guys might approach her just because she looks good. Bee makes a good point: The only one that cares for her looks is Ryo!
Of course Ryo is at the party, accompanying Joo as a data. Don’t worry, Bee is there to prevent Ryo to get too close. Bee doesn’t let Ryo lay his hands on Joo at all!
The party wouldn’t be complete without Seua of course. I have missed his sexiness. SO FRESH AND SO CLEAN 😍. When Seua walks in, things get tense. Bee can’t stop commenting on Seua’s outfit and sexiness. Awkward much?
Things get even more awkward when Joo and Seua are called on stage to be crowned as Most Wanted Girl and Most Huggable Guy. Seua doesn’t miss the chance to embarrass Joo again. When asked if he thinks that Joo deserves to be the Most Wanted Girl, Seua says that yes! Since she’s wearing such revealing clothes, guys probably want to take turns with her. Face palm… I can’t believe he insulted her like this in front of everyone. Luckily Bee is here to save the day again! He quickly cheers Joo up and even gives her tips on posing for photos haha.
When Bee leaves Joo to pursue a huggable and cute guy of his own, she’s harassed by other students.
The students pretend to take pictures with her, but their real intensions aren’t good at all. Seua notices the situation but he isn’t quick enough to help out. Instead Ryo is the one chasing them away. Poor Joo. Ryo then leaves Joo for a second, grabbing drinks for the both of them and giving a chance to Seua to argue with Joo again! Ughh, I’m so tired of them arguing! Can they make up already? Seua says that are panties are exposed! Lies. He adds that there is nothing left for him to imagine given her bar girl outfit. Is this what Joo likes? Having guys running after her because of her skimpy outfit? Joo gets angry. I can’t blame her. She fires back that it is how she likes it because she has a great deal to show for. If possible, she would even show more! Oh wow, Joo is firing shots at Seua. The latter proposes that she walks naked then. Joo answers why not. She might actually have a chance to be naked tonight with someone who dares to do more than shyly holding hands 😳… Gosh, they both went so far. I am surprised by Joo. I knew Seua was foul mouthed so no surprise there but Joo!!! It’s not even over. Seua asks if I can show Joo how good he is in bed. He didn’t have the chance yet; he’s sure Joo will enjoy it. When Seua leans closer, Joo gives him an epic slap.
Joo runs back inside to cry in the bathroom, but another disappointment awaits. She hears Ryo talking on the phone with a friend. Ryo tells his friend that Joo is good looking – face and body wise. The only problem is that she has a lot of blemishes. Rude much. Ryo also complains of her dating Seua – the poor temple boy. He has to admit that Seua is good looking though. I guess he’s stupid but realistic. He concludes the phone conversation by promising to send pictures proving that he was able to get in Joo’s panties 😱. Tonight might even be his lucky night since Joo seems so easy and dumb. Ryo is even sicker than I thought. Joo cries even harder than before… She remembers Seua warning her about Ryo. Joo also remembers how Seua kindly held her hand while sleeping without trying to go further.
This episode was really shiny and pretty with all the cute outfits worn during the prom. It’s sad to see Joo and Seua still arguing. The two last episodes have been full of one argument too many. I am glad that Joo got to see Ryo’s true colors for herself. It’s a rough lesson but sometimes those are for the best. It’s easier for Joo to see how good Seua was to her.
~ maniac Ride