Eun-Jae shuts the door behind her and starts crying outside of his apartment. Poor Eun-Jae. The next day, Mu-Yeol gets ready to leave his apartment when he is surprised to see Kevin rather than Eun-Jae. Starting from today, Kevin will be Mu-Yeol’s body guard.
Episode 10: Yogi Berra’s Silence
Yogi Berra – a New York baseball player who was very talkative; he even talked to the opponents during the game. The only times he was silent was when there were hits and run sign was up! But since he was quiet, the signs were revealed.
Mu-Yeol walked into Tae-Han’s office to ask why his bodyguard has changed even though Tae-Han said it won’t until training starts. Tae-Han only said that because he thought the karaoke incident would take that long to disappear, but with all the other scandals, the karaoke one is forgotten. Mu-Yeol is angry that he was in on the decision, but when asked for a reason why the bodyguard shouldn’t be changed: he has no reason.
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The confession is still going on, with Eun-Jae staring at Mu-Yeol (that stare is killing me) and he’s still trying to have her words sink into him. Jong-Hee arrives at his door, bearing a brown box with her. She keeps pressing the bell but no one answers her.
Talk about being at a wrong place at a wrong time..
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Did I just heard a bomb dropped and exploded somewhere? Believe it or not, this time, the ‘bomb’ didn’t hurt at all. It just left our hearts all warm and fuzzy; some might took a longer time to recover from the shock. That’s the power of words, and Eun-Jae is among the few people whose words have a great influence over us.
Crack. Someone’s heart just broke into pieces. Eun-Jae is left with her world spinning and everything is so distant. Her elbow accidentally presses the bell so rather than say she accidentally pressed it, she asks for alcohol.
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Please tell me this is not a dream! Yes, High Cut is brilliant enough to attract people through the easiest way: identify what people are addicted to right now and use that for raking in their profit. All of it, thanks to the one who suggested the idea to the magazine, The Moon that Embraces the Sun‘s fans are having their dreams to become a reality! The child (I think it’s more suitable to call them teenage) actors are back, but no longer donning their sageuk garbs.
They are all turning into a ‘real’ flower boys, or boys wearing flowery hats. From the left: Siwan (Heo Yeom), Yeo Jin-Gu (Lee Hwon), Lee Won-Geun (Woon), and young Lee Min-Ho (Prince Yangmyung). This photo shoot are for Vol 70 of High Cut magazine.
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