Lots of misunderstanding in this episode and shenanigans again by the vampire gang! Of course, this was another human lesson for the vampires with the topic being desires. So be prepared to have your little vampires’ innocence be taken away in this episode!
Nothing plot driven happens in this episode nor were there any revelations. It wasn’t one of the funniest episodes ever since there wasn’t much shenanigans being pulled by the vampires. But there was a guest star in this episode with Kim Wan Sun!
From here on out, I’m going to do mini recaps since the episodes are only 20 minutes long and plus my Korean isn’t good enough to recap everything exactly how it is. I am able to get a gist of it and from time to time I am able to understand some dialogue, but only if it’s the basic kind. So here I go!
Oh, another note, I’m going to start calling Hyun Joong, Woo Bin since that is his official stage name.
Plus I found out the other girls names: Woo Hee (leader), Soo Yun (the one with long black hair), Yu Bi (the silent one) and Minah (Girls’ Day member). Oh and the lady that’s Soo Mi’s friend is Jenny.
The limelight falls on Hyun Joong and Prince Jung this episode! We get to see some pairings though they’re not solidified yet.
Note: Thank you Charron for founding out the silent girl’s name is Yu Bi (finally, a name!)
Episode 13: Bunny love and how to take care of a man child.
The boys are finally preparing for their debut as they have a photo shoot, but they’re all so awkward (haha). It’s like awkward smiles and poses all around from the boys while the president and the photographer try to guide them. The photographer tells them to smile and he’s liking the minions smiles but not Prince Jung’s. So he has a serious face on instead (hehe).
Hyun Joong is walking around with popcorn, unaware that some girls are staring at him, he smiles shyly when he hears them (hehe). His super hearing picks up something popping and that is when a little girl gives him a bag of Pop Rocks, a type of candy that pops in your mouth. He thanks her and pops some into his mouth, but he wasn’t prepared for the shock of it literally popping in his mouth so he falls. She hands him a balloon and takes a picture. She hands him the polaroid, but he tells her he doesn’t have money. She gestures that he doesn’t need to pay and just take it.
I had waited for a plot line like this for a while, I mean, you have fart jokes already, why not kick it up a notch and do an episode about the toilet and pooping haha. Yeah, you read right.
This was Prince Jung and Jong Hyun’s time to shine as they both battle it out against different things.
Episode 12: It All Comes Down to the Toilet
Dodo and Sumi are admiring Dodo’s ring, she lets Sumi borrow it for a while. Sumi’s making jap chae (clear glass noodles) and gives it to the vampires to eat while they practice their chopstick skills with beginner’s chopsticks (hehehe they’re Pororo!). They all like it and start eating it while Sumi tells Manager Shin about Dodo’s diamond. However, the diamond’s not on her finger, she freaks out and says she’s dead if she doesn’t find it. She looks over at Prince Jung and sees the diamond in the noodles. Too late, he swallowed it. She tries to open his mouth forcefully but is pulled away.
Episode 11: To Steal or Not to Steal
Prince Jung wakes up from his piano bed to find his minions working out or talking about something. He asks if there’s anything interesting to do.
Minah and Brunette (is she Lee Hae In?) come in which promts Soo Hyuk to shut the piano case on Prince Jung. They ask the minions what they are doing and if they want to go watch a movie together at the movie theatre. Prince Jung says something and Soo Hyuk coughs to cover it up, but the girls wonder if they heard Prince Jung’s voice. Hyun Joong pushes them out the door and Soo Hyuk asks if Prince Jung is okay.
Episode 10 Recap: The Fancy Dinner Santa Claus Mystery.
Real Title: Santa Claus’s Secret
So the episode starts off with the boys and the supermarket and do I see new haircuts for everyone?? They all look around in amazement and Prince Jung sees a kid sit on a cart with his parents pushing him. Cue Prince Jung in a cart himself while they push him; he looks like a little kid and it’s so cute! Jong Hyun gets a kick out of spinning him around.
They walk by a counter where a worker is handing out free samples of food. Soo Hyuk tells Prince Jung that it’s dangerous so he’ll try it out first. He eats another one and tells them that it’s not bad. The lady offers one to Hyun Joong and Prince Jung who both decide that it tastes pretty good. So they go crazy eating the samples while Jong Hyun declines. He’s more curious about what the lady is cooking next, is it something dangerous?
It was time for these two characters to shine this episode and boy did they not disappoint. It make you sad to hear about their lost loves. I’m already tearing up just thinking about it.
This episode reminds me of the Fox and the Hound, that old Disney movie from my childhood here.
Episode 9: Best of Friends and Long Distance Love (note: not the actual title, I made it up)
The vampires come running down the stairs as soon as they hear something in the living room. It turns out the girls has gotten a chicken as a present. They wonder what to do with it and when eating it is mentioned, Soo Hyuk starts to growl and turn.
Yup those were the exact expressions I had while watching this episode. It was cute, funny, and sad all at the same time! I love how this sitcom hits you with the funny than totally throws a bucket of sadness at you.
Episode 8: The Promise or as I like to call it: Lee Soo Hyuk’s Time to Shine
The vampires come back after they had did some exercise. Soo Hyuk stops them so he could zip up Prince Jung’s shoes. Prince Jung and Soo Hyuk seem to have a really close relationship.
The theme for this episode is revenge and they show two types of it. One large scale and one petty one, but both are so hilarious. This episode truly shows how much the minions care for their prince and how much Sumi cares for Manager Shin.