Bad Love – Episode 6

This has gotta be my favourite episode to date! Kwon Sang-woo’s character Yong-gi is the perfect boyfriend – he takes his new girlfriend shopping, buys her food and they both look so cute together. Lots of lovey dovey sweet stuff happening as they get to know each other. Plus Yong-gi has such great romantic lines. If you missed episode 6 of this Korean drama…it’s really a shame, but no worries, there are lots of drama stills below to fill you in. So are you ready?

In episode 5, Kang Yong-gi (Kwon Sang-woo) confessed that he likes Na In-jung (Lee Yo-won), but they have the baggage of their past relationships. At night, Yong-gi sleeps and is haunted by recurring nightmares of his ex-girlfriend Kim Jo-ann.

 

Yong-gi is haunted by his past relationship


Jo-ann comes across as very needy and depends on Yong-gi a lot. She finally succumbed to suicide after many many attempts.

 

Yong-gi recalls the times when Jo-ann has attempted suicide


Fed-up of being held by this guilt and wanting to break free, Yong-gi burns the tree he labeled “
Kim Jo-ann’s tree” to signify that he no longer wants to be captive of a past that haunts him.

 

Good-bye Kim Jo-ann


The next morning, Yong-gi purposefully went to In-jung and brought her to show her evidence of his conviction – the burnt tree. He will look only to the future and their new relationship. Yong-gi convinces In-jung to give their relationship a chance and do so as well.

I will have eyes only for you now…



How could any sane woman resist KSW oppa?
They kiss and with unspoken words, seal their
brand new relationship

 

While all these happen, Lee Su-hwan (Kim Sung-su) instructs his driver friend to do some detective work and check out In-jung. He finds out that she lives a difficult life in Samcheok, selling fried chicken. He drives out to see her one night. They talk and In-jung tells him that she not only hates him, he made her go through so many other horrid emotions…anger, shame, loneliness and humiliation. She would much rather not see him again.


In-jung: “You live your own life, i live mine now.”

 

In-jung and Yong-gi discover each other and spend more time together in the little town of Samcheok. Samchun and samchun’s girlfriend are both very happy for them.

 

In-jung and Yong-gi make and eat kimbap together
while samchun and his girlfriend steals glances at the happy couple

In-jung: “This seems like a dream.”

 

I don’t think these carefree times for Yong-gi and In-jung
will last…as many other complications are
bound to creep in.

 

Yong-gi : “I want a kiss, not food!”


Meanwhile, Yong-gi’s stepmother gets word that Yong-gi has a new girlfriend. Maybe she has spies at Samcheok. Stepmother now wants to see who this new lady is…who knows, she might be her new daughter-in-law.
Since Yong-gi is In-jung’s boyfriend now, he helps In-jung at her chicken shop – delivering fried chicken! Ever since i heard Yong-gi joking about being In-jung’s delivery boy in episode 4, i couldn’t wait to see him on the little red scooter.


Don’t argue and make this delivery please…

On the way to one of the deliveries,
Yong-gi (on little red scooter) sees his stepmother approaching

 

As Yong-gi chats with his stepmother, he is on guard and very protective of his new relationship. Stepmom’s real purpose of keeping an eye on Yong-gi and his new girlfriend is not hidden from him. He knows his gold-digger stepmother well. The purpose of her visit is to see if Yong-gi’s new girlfriend would be a threat to the family heirloom.


Stepmother: ” I want to meet this new girlfriend of yours
Yong-gi. Ask her to come out and meet me!”

 

They meet at a cafe and Yong-gi appears impatient and wants to leave immediately, but In-jung reasons that Stepmother has not finished talking. Stepmother is pleased at this… (They both are so great together and calms each other down when needed.) Stepmother invites them over to dinner to celebrate Yong-gi’s father’s birthday.

 

Stepmother: “Yong-gi, your dad’s birthday is coming…
please come over for dinner.”

 

After the meeting Yong-gi relates to In-jung that as the child of his dad’s mistress, his stepmother did not treat him well. During his childhood, Joo-ran was her only true daughter and stepmother did not acknowledge him at all. With that painful past, he grew up lonely, with no one to depend on….Yong-gi urges In-jung not to leave him, because if she does, he would have no one. In-jung promises not to leave him…and they pinky swear on that promise.


Heart to heart talk: Yong-gi opens up &
relates his painful past to In-jung

In-jung: “I won’t leave you Yong-gi, i promise”

 

They spend more time talking and walking along the beach, then Yong-gi brings In-jung to a church and confesses before God – “the big man above” – that up until now, he has not been strong and is easily swayed. But now that he has met In-jung, he vowed to be a better man. (This makes me think that in the next episodes, Yong-gi will change his wayward ways and will be interested to take up the family business…why leave everything to his brother-in-law when he is the rightful son?)


I have only one heart…and it beats for you.

 

After meeting with In-jung twice, you see the “shell of a man” Su-hwan drinking himself into a stupor and going to the noraebang (karaoke) to belt sorrowful tunes all alone. (At this point, Liz exclaims…why did they give Kim Sung-su such a silly character?) With all the shenanigans, his wife Joo-ran is beginning to get suspicious.

 

Joo-ran: “Are you having an affair? You used to act
silly like this when you had an affair with that cello girl.”

 

Now comes the exciting part…Yong-gi and In-jung drives into the city to attend Yong-gi’s father’s birthday dinner. First they stop by a mall to get presents for Yong-gi’s mom and dad. [More pictures on the shopping trip in a previous entry – KSW is the perfect boyfriend.]

Would this sweater fit your dad?

 

Don’t worry In-jung…don’t be intimidated by the huge house
and my father. My parents will love you.

 

Yong-gi brings his new girlfriend home, unsuspecting anything amiss. In-jung has no clue or inkling that Yong-gi is Su-hwan’s (her ex-lover) brother-in-law. Su-hwan will be attending the dinner, but his wife and daughter are away on a skiing trip.

 

Meet the parents…

 

In-jung comes face to face with Su-hwan…she did
not expect to see him at Yong-gi’s parent’s home.
Clueless Yong-gi is just happy to show his girlfriend off.

 

Episode 6 ends with the leads giving off these facial expressions.

 

How do you think In-jung and Su-hwan will react? Will they pretend not to know each other? Would they let bygones be bygones? Do you think Su-hwan is jealous seeing his brother-in-law with the woman he once loved (or still loves)…?

Watch Bad Love Episode 6 on VeohTV


Drama stills sourced from Naver.

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