Afraid that her mother would be reminded of the loss of her son if she knew their lawyer was actually the boy they knew from Macau, Mi Poong asks Jang Go to not reveal his true identity. Convincing himself that he has a responsibility to take care of Mi Poong as her brother's friend, Jang Go jumps on the chance to move Mi Poong and her family into his house's rental room when it became available.
Unaware that their new residence is actually Jang Go's home, Mi Poong and her mother marvel at their great luck on finding a landlord who is willing to be lenient on rental deposits.
Frustrated at herself for being so worked up over seeing Jang Go on a date, Mi Poong vows to find a new apartment soon so she doesn't have to see Jang Go anymore. However, Mi Poong's resolution to keep her distance from Jang Go soon dissolves the moment she overhears a very frustrated Jang Go telling Mama Lee that he is not interested in Hee Ra nor does he want to achieve success by marrying a rich wife.
With more opportunities to be together now they live in the same household, our two leads' friendship are quickly picking up from where they left off as youth...and something more.
In the middle of showing Jang Go how to properly do a "moon walk", Mi Poong almost falls off the ledge but is saved by Jang Go at the last moment. Scared, Mi Poong wraps her arm around Jang Go and ends up accidentally kissing him in the chaos.
Horrified when she wakes up after a night of binge drinking with Jang Soo to find herself in a hotel room with her new friend, Hee Ra tries to assure her furious mother that nothing happened. Refusing to believe her daughter's words, Mama Jo becomes even more angry once her teary daughter explained that all these would not have happened if Jang Go hasn't rejected her. Furious that someone as unworthy= poor as Jang Go would dare to reject her daughter, Mama Jo storms off to Mama Lee's house to declare an end of their friendship. Offended that Mama Jo would consider her precious son unworthy, Mama Lee readily agrees to end their friendship but also reminds an embarrassed Mama Jo that she still owes her money.
Amazed when Mi Poong shows up at his office with a very professional looking shirt she made with her own hands, Jang Go eagerly takes off his shirt to try it on right then...which of course causes our heroine's poor heart to pound like crazy. Putting a hand to her heart, Mi Poong mutters "Why is my heart pounding like this again...just like when I was little?"
Unbeknownst to Mi Poong, her mother is really not imagining things at all. Not only did Mama Kim really saw Shin Ae who has obviously done quite well for herself using the money she stole from them but that long lost grandfather actually exists as well. Grandfather Kim has been searching for his family for years but finally gave up when he was mistakenly informed that they are all dead. Believing that he is completely alone in the world, Grandfather Kim has allowed his long distance relative, the Jo family (Hee Ra's family) to move in with him. Thoughtful after a drunken Mama Jo accuses him of never really treating them like family or else he would be giving them their inheritance already, Grandfather Kim tells Daddy Jo that he wants to start treating him like a real son.
Ninja's 2nd Impression:
This one is really growing on me. I still tend to have the urge to skip over all the secondary character's stories but I do like the fact that there are no villains in this show...at least thus far. For example, Mama Jo is a very materialistic character who is obviously hanging all her hopes on Grandfather Kim's large inheritance but in the end she is a very harmless character who wouldn't hurt a fly so that makes her character bearable.
While I do wish the writer created more intriguing secondary characters, I can overlook all that as long as long as we keep getting the cute romance between the two leads. I especially love both leads' tendency to show their childish side whenever they are together, despite the fact that they are usually so mature in their daily lives. Our heroine has always had a spoiled princess side to her personality but her family's tragic losses and their subsequent hardships have all forced her to suppress her true nature. However, perhaps because of their childhood friendship, not only can our heroine let down her guard when she is around Jang Go but our hero also stops being so stern and shows his fun loving side when he is with her as well.
There are a lot of good K-dramas with heart stopping eye candies out right now but for some reason Blow Breeze has become one of my favorite nonetheless. I guess I must have a soft spot for K-family dramas. Anyhow, I am really liking this one for now and as long as the plot doesn't get too draggy Blow Breeze will be staying on my watch list.
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