My Love From Another Star Episode 11
The teasers and promotional subject material out up to now are most commonly going for a myth melo tone. whilst the presentation and narrative taste have an air of seriousness around them, they aren't taking a look melodramatic or soapy, which would possibly mean we are in for an impressive atypical fairytale. If they make maximum out of the forged and premise without shedding the ball on how they use the fantasy element, this would finally finish up an overly entertaining fantasy romance series.
I"m relatively certain this speech was once intended to make us see Kang-cheol as a bad guy. the issue is, the complete thing he says applies nearly perfectly to Do-hee"s situation- she has, in fact, been hurting other people, draining the system, and rather transparently planned to fail for the baby"s future. In the context of this episode, Do-hee never explains her movements even if a couple of characters call for one from her. Most frustratingly, Do-hee does give an explanation for why she became taking into account an abortion- and it"s by no means transparent to me why here is a applicable attention six months later when the baby"s already left the barn door.
What"s more, the twist printed by the finishing begs more questions than answers- and I don"t mean that during a just right way. I assumed Do-hee for sure should have had some ambiguous emotions toward Kang-cheol, given how all the explanations we were aware of at the time were just screaming that she had to get the abortion. yet it sounds as if their feelings are mutually antipathetical. Look, up to I hate to confess it, i must aspect with Kang-cheol here. Do-hee"s idea procedure makes fully no sense.
The worst of it's miles that many of the new plot issues here explicitly contradict the emotional points which made the closing episode so strong. About the sole sustained quality at this time is the humor- which is every now and then funny, but also similarly perplexing. What are we intended to make of Hogu"s strange delusion scene? That perhaps Kang-cheol isn"t necessarily wrong? That Do-hee actually is a damsel in distress? That Hogu isn"t as great as he seems? I truthfully haven't any idea- but it"s difficult to consider that the solution to this query is going to in any way be a pleasing one.
"Hogu"s Love" is more and more coming off as a well-structured narrative. I don"t mean that as a compliment. I mean that during the sense that it"s handiest imaginable for the plot to transport ahead if the entire characters act in an incredibly specific, regimented way to scenarios which can be by way of definition supposed to be chaotic and uncontrollable. just about each and every scene here would move in a radically other direction if the infant just began crying. For the ones of you who have experience with babies, you can note that this is their favourite thing to do, and that the only in "Hogu"s Love" is strangely sedate in this regard.
For what it"s worth, i'm laughing. yet now not for the correct reasons, I think. I laugh at scenes where characters communicate to every other and explicitly indicate the ways that the tale doesn"t in point of fact make any sense. Hogu"s large war of words with Kang-cheol is hilarious exactly because Hogu"s logical deduction is in fact highly plausible. Given how little we the fact is know about Do-hee, from Hogu"s perspective, this makes best sense.
To be truthful I"m a little disappointed that the scene with Kang-cheol and Do-hee in the automobile obviously establishes that Hogu"s assumption is wrong. that could had been an attractive excellent double opposite plot twist. As it stands, I"m on no account certain what to make of the cliffhanger and the next preview. Which personality is meant to be in the right? And how is the plot perhaps going to make any sense going forward if we"re just supposed to reject the practical solution?