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Pictures of 용인 자연농원펜션 (Yongin Natural Farm Pension), a holiday residence run by Lee Jong Suk’s parents. It is in his hometown of Yongin, and there is the address at the source.

Can you imagine if he decided to quit chasing his acting dream, he would be there now, helping to clean the pool and barbecue meat for guests. And the visitors would spread word-of-mouth of a particularly tall and handsome guy who hangs out there, watching dramas at the reception and declining with a smile when asked to have a drink together… ^__^

[Cr: wonji78’s travelog]



Park Shin Hye as Go Dok Mi
Yoon Shi Yoon as Enrique / Que-geum

“Enrique wanted DokMi to use ‘Sorry, thank you, and I love you’ in sentences.”

DokMi: I’m sorry for pushing your heart away. It’s a long journey but thank you for not losing the path and finding me. Because of you Que-geum *ooops Enrique wants to hear from dokmi saying I love you to him but suddenly…* I was able to love. *hehe*

Enrique: I’m sorry I wasn’t able to find you sooner. Thank you for letting me love you. Ahjumma, I love you. :)

In the middle of the night..

D: I’m sorry for confessing now. Thank you for becoming my world. I love you. :)

will you become my world?

E: I will become your world, Go Dokmi. :)

In their minds..

E: Love is when you give half of yourself. And in that space, fill it with half of the other person. That woman, the half that she wanted to give was dark and shy, so she pushed love away. That love is when two halves that were lacking join and become a whole. That woman has finally realized.

D: Love is a wind-up clock. When it is new, it lets you know the exact time. As time passes and you forget to wind it up, the clock breaks and stop working. That man in order to keep the going even when time has passed, has started to wind it.

In the end of the finale scene..

E: One person cannot change the world but you can become someone else’s world. A warm, bright, peaceful world. Every person, for one person’s sake, if they become a warm, bright and peaceful world for them, one can become ten, then a hundred, and then those good worlds can expand.

Que-geum’s world. Go Dokmi. :)

D: Dokmi’s world. Que-geum. :)

*There are also meaningful words or sayings from the hearts of Enrique and Dokmi*

D: Because I’ve never received love, I don’t know how to love.
E: Then just receive what I give Start with receiving.

E: Ahjumma, just keep liking me, and I’ll like you more, more, more.

D: How timid and frail is unrequited love? A place you entered of your own accord, but you’re trapped inside, unable to find an exit. He doesn’t know a thing, and could one day leave my line of sight and the love ends passively. A love that does not bloom flowers, and thus cannot dream of bearing fruit. A love like a seed that is forgotten. That is unrequited love.

D: Why do people hate other people? Why do they treat then differently? Why do they want to step on the weak? There must be people who aren’t like that. Where are all those people? I thought if there were just one person like that, it would be nice. Since then, being alone was always more uncomfortable.

D: People who think that they can just grab the hand of happiness, when it’s offered to them.. how happy must they be? That woman *referring to herself* becomes nervous when she is too happy. To that woman, happiness is like a child’s game of blowing bubbles. The moment when she touches the bubbles that float the way they carrying the light of the rainbow, they burst. In front of hapiness, that woman always given up, before the hand is even offered.

D: To that woman, a scar was like falling into deep water. The onlookers who don’t know the depth of that scar just wonder why she can’t swim out. There are so many people who belittle a stranger’s scar. She didn’t want to hear such empty words. At least one person.. from one person.

*I liked the finale. It was indeed a happy ending. :)

Goodbye DokMi and Enrique. :) love love love! <3

pics used credit to FBND FB page, google images and screen captured in youtube.

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