Director: Lee Yoon-Jung
Writer: Soon Ggi (original comic)
Genre: Comedy; Romance;
Release Date: 22th January, 2016
Cheese in the Trap: Episode 6 [recap]
It’s only episode 6 but there’re so much things happen and we meet a new character – Young Gon. Actually I really don’t know who he is and how he relates to Seol, and Jung (maybe). But from episode 6, I think there will be some secrets and events will be revealed.
Seol finds herself sitting at a long formal table with Jung on the other side. Jung seems angry when Seol keeps misunderstanding him and that she pushes him far away from her. But actually, Seol doesn’t want to have a fight with Jung. She doesn’t want Jung to help her by his way.
The distance between them is getting wider and wider as Jung keeps getting angrier.
Seol wakes up with Bora’s message. Bora wants to treat Seol a drink because her father has gotten better. Seol tells Bora about what she and Jung have been through as well as how they keep misunderstanding each other these days. As her mind and heart are telling her different things, Seol decides to text Jung a message: “I want to meet and talk”.
Meanwhile, Inho can’t stand his greedy sister anymore when she texts Inho to ask for more money. Inho gripes about Inha out loud but when Seol catches him, he just replies: “I’m wondering when Dog Fur is going to buy me another meal.” Tired of listening to him comlain, Seol agrees to buy him a meal after class.
Back to Jung, he starts to delete all of Seol’s messages then suddenly feels super excited when her text about meeting up to talk again tomorrow comes in.
Inho is waiting for Seol in front of the convenient store in the pouring rain. He then catches his former piano teacher on TV. Inho feels sad thinking about the time when he can play piano. When he had an accident, the teacher told him to undergo rehab, but Inho couldn’t bring himself to do it.
Seol is standing at the corner with an umbrella. She was watching him watch the TV and wiping away tears, but she pretends that she didn’t see anything. Inho turns to leave and decides to drink instead of eating.The two head to a bar near their home and suddenly, Jung shows up. Jung had been waiting for Seol since he got her text. Seol is in an awkward situation. Seol feels like she’s cheating over Jung.
Jung sits down next to Seol and has another glass, too. He’s drinking with Seol and Inho. Suddenly, Inho and Jung start to snip each other and Seol tells them to shut up. Seol starts downing more of her soju quickly feeling that she is inadequate compared to all the girls before.
They end up bringing Seol to her home. Jung carries Seol on his back and Inho walks beside them. Inho keeps staring at Jung in order to see where his hand is. The two are so cute when they bicker. Suddenly, Hong Joon – Seol’s brother appears. Now it’s three guys taking Seol home.
Seol wakes up the next day and surprisingly sees her brother o the floor next to her. He’s planning to stay in Korea after hearing his parents are struggling the the new restaurant and debts.
Yoo Jong is ready to move out. He hopes Seol not to tell anyone about his and TA Heo’s relationship, and Seol promises to keep the secret safe.
Seol then heads to Jung. She tells him that Yoo Jong is moving out and he doesn’t show much of a reaction. Seol apologizes for getting angry for what he did to Heo, but she also makes Jung promise to never do something like that again and that he should tell her first before doing something related to her. After that, the couple eats at the café and then watches a movie together.
Meanwhile, Inho is followed by Sang Keun – his old classmate. Sang Keun suggests Inho should change to another place to live because their former boss knows where he lives. Inho shoos his friend away and resigns to the thought that he’ll need to move again.
Jung keeps quiet, which makes Seol think that he doesn’t like her watch because it’s just a cheap one. Suddenly, Jung gives Seol a warming hug and thanks her. It’s also their first hug, so Seol might find it embarrassed as this is her first time hugging her boyfriend.
Seol is grabbing a drink then she realizes Yong Gon at the convenient store, too. She quickly hides behind a shelf but Yong Gon catches her.
Seol had difficult times suffering from Yong Gon, who stalked her all the time. Seol wanted to get away from him but now, he is there, right there. What will he do to Seol?
Yong Gon leaves the store and Seol hurries to pay and head back to the academy. But Yong Gon is around the corner and drags her to the side of the street to “talk”.
But waitttt, it’s Inho ! He kicks Yong Gon in the back ! Inho tells Yong Gon to skedaddle and that he should not, or must not, do something bad to Seol. Young Gon threatens to sue, but Seol finally says that she’ll be the witness and make sure Yong Gon goes to jail.
After class, Seol runs excitedly toward Jung, who has come to pick her home.
Jung walks Seol home and he ends up staying at Seol’s home because there’s a crazy neighbor who keeps stalking around Seol’s home. Seol quickly goes change and suggests watching TV.
Jung helps Seol pull the TV out a makeshift closet, but they end up falling over each other on the bed ! Heart pounding, Jung leans in and Seol covers her mouth!
…but Jung just whispers in her ear that they don’t have to watch TV. The couple then chooses to see Seol’s family photos. Jung tells Seol that if he were her father, he’d be very proud of her, because she’s doing great. And that’s really all Seol wants to hear. And that also makes her heart melt a little more for Jung.
That evening, Young Gon looks up who In Ho is and writes a vindictive post about him on the academy’s website as revenge. It causes enough furor that the director of the academy is forced to fire Inho eventhough he really likes Inho
Seol feels terrible and offers to talk to the director that Inho did it just because Inho wants to protect Seol from the bad Yong Gon. Seol’s eyes tear up when she hears that Inho is planning to move to another place and that she can never see Inho again.
Talking about the relationship between Jung and other guys – Inho, Yoo Jong, and even Yong Gon, I think there’re still some secrets that are left behind the story. What did Jung do in the past? Did he really a bad guy like they say? How about Yong Gon, was he really sent by Jung, to stalk Seol a year ago?
I don’t really have an exactly feeling about Jung just because he is so mysterious. Sometimes he makes my heart melt a little bit, but sometimes I feel like he is hiding something bad about his past. But the drama is an on going one, and there are a lot of things that will be revealed soon.
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