Future Choice Episode 4 Recap
KBS 2TV’s new Monday-Tuesday drama “Future Choice” has fallen to third place in ratings amongst shows in the same time slot. The drama saw a smooth start, placing second in the ratings race on Monday with ratings of 9.7%.
The second episode of “Future Choice” broadcast on October 15 had a nationwide rating of 8.6%, according to a Nielsen Korea ratings report on October 16. This was a slight drop of 1.1% points from the first broadcast, causing the drama to drop to third place.
Also in the same timeslot were SBS’ “Suspicious Housekeeper” retaining first place with 11.1% and MBC’s “Goddess of Fire, Jung-yi” airing back-to-back episodes with 9.0% and 8.0% ratings.
Hyeon-ji told Seong-min, "Couple rings are a should if we determined to make it official". She was onceproud ofthe hoop on her finger. Seong-min told her that his father got herehouse from lock-up and Hyeon-ji said, "That's a relief. It's a would have to to take suffered so much and I am sorry because I believe that's on account of me".
Meanwhile, "Sweet, Savage Family" is a human comedy about a guy who is the leader of his gang outdoor of the homeyet is in the lowest rank at home.
Gyu-man heard that Jin-woo (Yoo Seung-ho) changed intotrying to finda girl who made a favorable remarkfour years ago. He told Soo-beom to move and kill her without any individual knowing it. "Four years ago, my father handledsuch things as this for me, yet this time I'm going to do it on my own".
Soo-beom said, "I can not do it. I will do the restaside from kill a human. I cannot do it anymore". Gyu-man raised a stick and hit him, smiling whilst he did.
Gil So-gae became asked to kill Jo Seo-rin (Han Chae-ah) by Mae-wol (Kim Min-jeong) so he ordered a sniper to kill the girlprotecting a child. Then he sent squaddies to Chunga to arrest Jo Seong-joon (Kim Myeong-soo) who was once his enemy.
Bang-geum who was shot, died in Jo Seong-joon's palms after saying, "We had a just right time back in the day with you and Man-chi when we carried a load on our backs. I used to be happiest then and I reputable you. I'm sorry, my dear, for our pitiful Man-chi".
We open at the SBS building, where we waste no time in meeting today’s guests aka our water fairies: actresses Kim Seo-hyung (A New Leaf, Empress Ki) and Ye Ji-won(Cantabile Tomorrow). Seo-hyung immediately brings on the laughs by striking a hilariously confident pose without saying a word. Ha, just take a look at that expression.
Ji-won also happens to be Jae-suk’s college classmate, though tries to avoid the same-year association by greeting Jae-suk as “oppa.” Then she momentarily forgets herself a second later when saying that “Jae-suk-ie” is the most popular alumnus in their year.
This week’s Water Fairy Race is to promote and create awareness of the upcoming 7th World Water Forum taking place in Daegu in April. The team breakdown is as follows: Gray (Seo-hyung, Jong-kook, Haha), Blue (Ji-won, Jae-suk, Kwang-soo) and Black (Ji-hyo, Suk-jin, Gary).
She ends up in some nearby batting cages, holding a bat with the look of someone who hasn’t picked one up for a while. Yeol’s voice comes back to her, telling her that the worst thing to do is go down and take your team with you. We flash back to a time when Yeol taught her how to swing a bat, and both of them look happy and relaxed. The best player, he says, is the self-sacrificial batter who strikes out but hits with runners scoring, because while he goesdown, he saves everyone else.
In the present, every ball she hits gives her satisfaction. But a tear slides down her cheek all the same. Sa-rang texts her that she wants a bike for her birthday. Another flashback shows mom teaching Sa-rang to ride. Sa-rang begs her not to let go, but mom does, and she crashes. Mi-rae realizes that what her daughter needs isn’t a bike, but a person to be with her.
The next day, the cancer patient tells Mi-rae she’s decided against chemo, and wants to spend that time with her family instead. She says that even if she’s gone, she wants her husband to protect their child. Mi-rae asks, what would happen if there were no father, no other family, only a mom?
Do-hee meets with CEO Park, who has a new concept image to present to her — a sexy photo-shoot. Do-hee’s a little hesitant and CEO Park reassures her it shouldn’t be too awkward since she’ll be doing it with fellow swimmer, Kyung-woo. The sound of his name makes Do-hee even more determined not to do it. But CEO Park tells her that they can dispel all those childbirth rumors with this photo-shoot — it’s not a request, it’s an order.
At the restaurant, Kang-chul is totally drunk now, and he tipsily asks Ho-kyung why she likes him. He cutely tells her that she shouldn’t like him, though, because he’s… he lowers his voice… gay. She laughs it off, but he repeats it, yelling: “I’m gay! Gay!” until he passes out drunk at the table. She spots the crumpled up assessment next to him.
Seo-jin gets even grumblier when Robin answers that he’d like to try a triathlon: “Is he trying to kill me?” But he sighs that in all this time, he’s exchanged countless messages with Robin and tracked his every move… but he’s never known anything about him. Hana says that Robin admitted the same thing—that they’d shared a body for fifteen years but never bothered to learn what the other wanted in life.
Robin’s big webtoon convention rolls around, and he and Hana are both a bundle of nerves. He notices her shaking as she helps him get dressed and thinks she’s scared that he’ll make a mistake in public, but she says that it’s nervous excitement about going to their first official function as a couple.
They walk in holding hands, and are stunned when the elevator doors open onto a crowd of screaming fans all waiting for Robin. They’re so surprised that neither of them moves a muscle before the doors close on them, and Hana smiles up at Robin to reassure him before opening the doors again.