Episode 1 » Dramabeans Korean drama recaps. More new dramas! Master’s Sun is the new SBS show about a ghost- seeing heroine and the asshole who might just be her key to not seeing them anymore, and had a fun, well- crafted premiere into the world and its characters. I think we were all approaching this project with a certain amount of hesitation, mostly because the Hong sisters writing team stumbled rather spectacularly on their last outing, some drama that made no sense that I refuse to remember. And while I would note that Master’s Sun is less zany and outright funny than their previous rom- coms, which thus makes it tonally more like That Drama Which Shall Not Be Named, I did find it heartwarming and appealing in a way that That Drama wasn’t. I suspect Gong Hyo- jin’s personal warmth and earnestness have a lot to do with that. SONG OF THE DAYAndrew Choi – “Love Was Enough” .
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Script enabled in your browser. EPISODE 1 RECAPA dark and stormy night. As a tired- looking woman plods over to sort garbage, the landlady finds her and calls out, “Tae yang! Tae!” thus establishing half of our primary drama pun early. Tae.) This is TAE GONG- SHIL (Gong Hyo- jin) and she does janitorial work in this building. She’s told to clean out Apartment 4.
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Gong- shil isn’t thrilled about this assignment (and in fact looks on the verge of tears) but makes the trip up to Room 4. A flash of lightning illuminates a figure in white, but when Gong- shil flips on the lights, there’s nobody there. She starts cleaning, but the lights spark into darkness and the door slams shut. She screams, and out of nothingness a a white ghoulish face materializes to stare creepily. Gong- shil darts for the door and the ghost flies after her. One by one the lights in the hallway short out, and the darkness follows her as Gong- shil keeps running, up the stairs and into her tiny rooftop apartment.
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Garlic and a cross decorate her front door. Gong- shil grabs her rattling doorknob shut while shouting at The Thing to leave her alone. The doorknob stops rattling, but the ghost appears right next to her.
Only this time, the decayed face transforms into a sad elderly woman. Beseeching? So it is that Gong- shil finds herself braving the rain to arrive at a household where a funeral wake is being held. She hands over an envelope to the ghost’s son, and it contains a bankbook and seal—Grandma has left her children over 1.
Gong- shil has an additional message for the son and grabs him by the lapels: “You rotten scoundrel, if you so much as gamble one more time, I’ll come back and cut off your hand, you bastard! No gambling!”Message delivered, Gong- shil leaves the siblings to fight over the money. Grandma Ghost gives Gong- shil a nod of thanks and disappears into the air. On to the other half of our drama pun with JOO JOONG- WON (So Ji- sub) (Joogun = master, Joo gun = Mr.
Joo), who sits with a man who explains that the ghost of his dead wife opposes his decision to sell this house. This is a problem for Joong- won, president of Kingdom Group, because he’s planning to build a golf course here. He makes a (patronizing) attempt to negotiate with the “wife” (as manifested in a flower, the husband explains), and takes clippers in hand to give her an ultimatum: If wife- flower opposes the sale of the house, nod. If not, he’ll cut her down. The flower makes no move.
Snip! Joong- won points out that it’s the husband who’s crazy for reneging on a deal because of a ghost. He instructs the outraged husband to sign the contract. As he leaves, the husband accuses Joong- won of sneering at people for believing in things that can’t be seen. Joong- won replies that he will continue to ignore the unseeable, being the smart and successful man that he is. You forgot assy. If he’s wrong, he challenges the skies to strike him with lightning and holds his arms out into the rain.
Nothing happens, so Joong- won leaves and the husband vows, “If ghosts exist, they’ll get you for sure.”In the car, Joong- won reads over the contract, but the words start to dance on the page before his eyes. Dyslexic? Secretary Kim spots Gong- shil standing by the side of the road, trying to hitch a ride. Joong- won tells him to ignore her, but when Secretary Kim screeches to a halt, Gong- shil assumes they’re giving her a ride and climbs right in. Gong- shil explains to Secretary Kim that a woman told her she’d find a ride if she waited there, and that her lift “might be able to avoid a lighting bolt but wouldn’t be able to avoid me.” Joong- won is determined to get rid of Gong- shil as soon as possible and orders Secretary Kim to drop her off at the first opportunity. Just then, Gong- shil spots another ghost standing in the middle of the road and screams. Secretary Kim screeches to a stop, and the car goes right through the ghost, bringing her just inches from its face. Gong- shil instinctively grabs Joong- won for cover, and he shoves her away in distaste.
The ghost poofs away, but reappears when they stop at a rest area. She resigns herself to the task, knowing she’ll have to do what it wants. So when Joong- won finds her, she’s pouring a cup of soju to the nothing sitting next to her, having a one- sided conversation with the air.
Joong- won shakes his head at the crazy woman laughing to herself and heads off. Gong- shil spots him leaving and follows him, and in her preoccupation with the ghost following her, she runs into Joong- won’s back. I love just how discomfited he looks every time she touches him, and he barks that he hates two things: people who touch his money, and people who touch his body. Gong- shil apologizes, saying she was just scared of the ajusshi, who curiously disappeared the moment she touched Joong- won. This is a great premise.
She’s giddy at the discovery, and can’t help feeling up Joong- won’s arm while marveling at the connection: Touch grumpy hot man, ghost go poof. Joong- won offers a tip for getting rid of unwanted hangers- on, and she looks on expectantly while he instructs her to wait right here. And then gets in his car and drives off. Joong- won sees Gong- shil’s rain slicker in the car, underneath which he finds the clipped flower bud. He briefly considers the strange coincidence, but shoves it aside. Elsewhere in the storm, a man (Jin Yi- han) digs furiously at the base of a tree. Above him, a ghost stares down from between tree branches.
She huddles with her teddy bear in bed, willing the sun to come up. The next day, Joong- won is displeased at the announcement of a celebrity wedding, because Kingdom is the sponsor and its branding barely got any airtime. The bride and groom are TAE YI- RYUNG (Kim Yuri), one of Kingdom’s brand models, and soccer star YOO HYE- SUNG (Jin Yi- han). If we couldn’t tell from the nighttime digging session, groom boy Hye- sung has a secret that threatens his career. Both he and Joong- won have received threatening photos in the mail, picturing Hye- sung with another bride whose face has been scratched out. Bride Yi- ryung goes through her high school yearbook to pick classmates to invite to her wedding. Despite describing Gong- shil “not a friend,” she invites her anyway.
Gong- shil trudges home, where she finds two neighbor kids waiting for her and invites them to eat with her, since their mom is always away working. The boys tell her that the ajumma downstairs says noona is weird, and Gong- shil explains that she’s not crazy—she just got into a big accident and changed a little. She tried to live normally anyway, but. Thus she became scared all the time, frightened that people might turn out to be ghosts. The little boy tells her to date—that’s what his mom does, to keep from feeling lonely. Gong- shil thinks about it, recalling Joong- won (and how he made her ghost disappear) and wonders, “Would he meet me?”Joong- won meets with bridegroom- to- be Hye- sung, who explains that the woman in the wedding photo is the ex- girlfriend who left him back before he was famous.
He still wears a bracelet as a memento of that relationship—his hate for the woman who abandoned him propelled him to work harder and succeed. Gong- shil hovers outside the Kingdom office looking for her man, where she’s confronted with a new ghost—a young woman in bridal dress. After the initial terror, she confirms that all she has to do is tell the soccer player about the thing buried under the tree, and angles to join him in the elevator. But at the last minute, Joong- won yanks her back and orders her escorted out. Gong- shil eagerly reminds them that they’ve met before, and her words sound hilariously risqu! You said all that stuff because I touched you, don’t you remember? We had that electric ?
I even left my clothes with you!” He gives her the choice of being taken away in a police car or an ambulance. She says glumly that she’s been in both, and understands how much he hates being followed by people who won’t leave you alone, since it happens to her all the time. With that, she leaves. Joong- won’s aunt idly wonders whether Joong- won lack of romantic success is because he’s dogged by ghosts and requires exorcism. His uncle (and also Kingdom vice president) says she’ll have a tough time setting him up—rumors abound that Kingdom’s president is cursed by his first love. Nobody will want to marry him after all past contenders have been met with family and financial ruin.
Auntie Joo balks at talk of a curse, so Uncle VP laughs that it’s not the curse, but because Joong- won’s a jerk. I don’t think he’s wrong. Time to meet KANG WOO (Seo In- gook), just hired as Kingdom’s head of security and newest tenant of Room 4. Gong- shil’s building. He finds her napping on the roof, and helpfully moves a sheet on the clothesline to shield her from the sun. That wakes her up, but she panics to see a shadowy figure in white and knocks him down.
I enjoy Gong- shil’s open admiration of our leading men (a heroine who feels attraction right away? Finally), and she clumsily flirts with Kang Woo.
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