Somehow this episode felt like a great deal of set-up, with threads of conflict slowly being introduced to the overall plot. We’ve (very refreshingly) seen Seol and Yoo Jung talk things out several times now, that most dramas take ages to resolve, but there’s a growing note of discomfort that’s arisen in their relationship and it’s not Young Gon or Minsoo or the looming future, or even the obnoxious Inha (who by the looks of it will meet Seol tomorrow), it’s Yoo Jung himself.
(Yoo Jung’s parade sure was rained on)
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I wish I could be even mildly coherent throughout this review but university has the amazing ability to suck the very life out of you and after hours of nonstop class, I would like to count myself a card-carrying zombie. So apologies for the rambling turns this might take BUT I AM SO INTO THIS SHOW!! What is it with January and crack? Last year brought me KMHM and while Cheese in the Trap has yet to surpass my love for that show, it’s definitely sitting close to it on my Hall of Feels.
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The episode I was waiting for finally came around and cleared up all but one question that’s been haunting the past four episodes (what happened to Inho’s hand?). I’m delighted by the amount of time we spent in Yoo Jung’s head today because it finally allows you get a feel for who he is (without other’s filters getting in the way) and he’s a squishy teddy bear. Okay, maybe not a teddy bear. A lion?
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Yoo Jung sits next to Seol and gives her a wave. She waits for death. While Dr. Kang lectures on how they have to make the best of her class seeing as they’re paying ten times the tuition she did. Seol furtively packs her stuff and practically dashes out of class just as Yoo Jung prepares to ask her out for lunch.
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[Sit back people, because this is going to be a long one. Cheese in the Trap would give a psychologist a field day. Interactions are more than what they seem and my fingers are just about dead. I hope you enjoy it though!]
We start off with our completely stoned heroine, Hong Seol (Kim Go Eun), being shaken out of approaching unconscious by her best friend Jang Bora (Park Minji( who tells her to stop drinking. Seol proceeds to ignore her friend and down another, mentally yelling that she’s tried and has had enough. She points to someone we don’t see, saying that it’s all his fault.
Seol then half-collapses and drunkenly (and cutely) says that she’s going to drop out of school. Bora wonders what on earth she’s going on about while the cutie with them Kwon Euntaek (Nam Joohyuk) cutely imitates her aegyo. They decide to take her home before she embarrasses herself but it’s too late. Seol’s more focused on where the object of her irritation has gone and searches for where he is. She finds him… Continue reading “Cheese in the Trap Ep 1 Recap (and Yoo Jung the mysterious and eerie)”