I think "Fate" knows what kind of people it's dealing with. And it seems that's exactly why it's intervening like this.
They wouldn't create a series with a romantic and supernatural premise just to have the characters not learn.
Whatever It is, it understands them and their feelings. Even if they don't learn all it would hope, it won't get mad.
Cause it knows who it's dealing with and what to expect. Those two don't know each other, but that thing does.
And I hope the point of the switch will be just that. Helping them understand each other and connect more as people.
The writer seems talented, so she wouldn't make such a set up for a predicament without having a catharsis at the end.
One that satisfies the hearts of the people the series attracts, that is. Romantics who want a happy fairytale. Most of us.
Then again, there are the Hong sisters who created a happy series and wanted to have a tragic ending. SUCH idiots sometimes.
But they're not exactly original or very high caliber. They're good for silly rom coms, but Secret Garden is much more than that.
So I sincerely hope the writer gives a conclusion that fits this whole angsty but romantic and sweet build up we've seen so far.
And there's even more comedy coming up. The body switch will be a riot. I just don't see this ending in any sad way. Can't imagine it.
At least not for the main characters. Oska might never get back together with Yoon Seul and the Director will be lonely, of course.
I mean, that much I do expect and it would be natural. And I do expect lots of drama, but I don't see this as a non-happy ending.
So, let's all hope and enjoy. ^^
God, it's nice to be watching a series that raises such interesting discussion. It actually has mature themes to talk about!
I got a bit too fed up with the kind of series where the only thing to wait for and talk about is the lead guy's next hairstyle.
Which is why I love this. It combines rom com and all the cutesy and fluffy romantic things I love with a better written plot.
I wish they'd make more series like this. You don't have to sacrifice romance for seriousness or depth. This is good proof.
P.S: Sorry for all the text. My fangirling manifests with huge texts or too much talking.
Well, fangirling and nervousness. Those two make me go on and on and on and on...