rlynxen wrote:if im not mistaken, in the first episode, some male students that were trying to pick her up say that she's not that pretty. i think any guy in love with any girl would say that she's pretty. imagine a guy saying this "ure not very pretty.. but i like u anyway.." but imo, gong hyo jin can be pretty sometimes. i once saw a pic of her where she's super pretty. it really depends on the hair n make up, i think. haha..
ramenshop wrote:The ending i think they die. there are couple supporting fact why i believe they died:
1. given sangdoo character, there is no way sangdoo leave cha bori without any visit when he move to the country.
2. after the accident, cha bori write a letter to sangdoo saying that she is sorry that she can't remember sangdoo's face after all he has sacrificed for her so much. This mean that sangdoo is dead.
Daddy, I'm really sorry.
You worked so hard to make me healthy, but I keep forgetting you.
I love you.
I'll try to dream of you tonight.
Your love, Bori.
3. if they were alive, wouldn't they show at least a picture of sangdoo and his gf *forgot the name* in the family picture together?
4. The last scene after they die, Sangdoo goes to school *TAKE NOTICE HERE*
(while before it was portrait that sangdoo is in jail and his gf move to other city)
5. The last scene after they die, the screen is a bit yellowish, which mean it is in dream/heaven world.
6. Look at last writting, quote:
Even when life deceits you,
Don't be sad or angry.
When the sad days passes by,
A happier day will come to you...
We believe that love is the only hope in this lonesome world,
The thankful people who have allowed,yielded, and permitted our love
We love you and you'll always be remembered
People that forgave our love...
We love you.
From Eun-whan and Sang-doo in a world without despair.
So many fact that make it believe they died although we hope that they live happily ever after in the country after the accident.
hacksign wrote:If they had ended it with the car crash it would have been easier to just assumed that they were dead but since they added that scene in the end it seems questionable. For me, when I saw that they were hit with the truck, I naturally thought they died which would have been an okay but inconclusive ending. I personally like how they concluded it while still indicating how they might be dead. Of course it was intentional and we can never know what their true intentions are but I still want believe that they really died and they ending was used to wrap everything up. The reason I believe this is
1. While Sang-doo may have given Bori up (which I really can't believe he would do because there was a time when Sang-doo told Eun-hwan that he can't abandon Bori for her) it seems unbelievable that everyone else would just rather forget about them. No one was speaking about them as if though they didn't exist. If they were alive, it doesn't make everyone else seem much like the forgiving people does it? Also the doctor would return to Sang-doo's old house everything he missed him--staring ahead with a sad expression. Why doesn't he just visit them if they were really alive?
2. The last quote from Sang-doo and Eun-hwan pretty much suggest they're dead. It doesn't seem to be address to anyone in particular so you have to doubt that it's a letter they're sending out. It's basically addressed to everyone: The thankful people who have allowed,yielded, and permitted our love or People that forgave our love... Also the last sentence: From Sang-doo and Eun-hwan in a world without despair. Logically here, if they were still alive no matter where they go, they would still be in the same world they were previously in. The whole quote would really be out of place if they were really alive.
Yeah, there are other reasons but those were the two that convinced me that they were dead.
jaycee05 wrote:So far, every point that was made could be countered with another reasoning
This is one of the best indeterminate endings I've ever seen...
The writer pulled it off such that one can't really find any holes that would favor one ending to the other...that's the whole point isn't it?
But f u watched MiSa(the same writer for Sang-Doo) u might see a pattern of some sort
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