You’ve Fallen for Me Episode 13 SnapCap

First off, I HATE MBC right now for depriving us of episode 16. Secondly, wow, that was a whole lot of lovely, tender, awesome and (in the second part of the episode)crazy. Good crazy, and some hard to believe crazy and some Eureka! – inducing crazy. Thirdly, despite the obvious obstacles, this episode was one of the best ones yet. It was fast paced by any standard, but for a show that likes to linger on (lovely, cute and character enhancing) details and revels in its atmosphere, it almost felt lightning-paced. Episode 13 is bursting with energy. Youthful, vivacious, talented-people-doing-their-thing-energy, that left me with an earnest “WOW, so THAT is where they were going with this”, as well as the by now expected laugh out louds, swoons, giggles and squeals in triple dose. Oh, and Ki Young? Why that boy ever wears a shirt is beyond me. If I were him, I’d wear minimal clothing and just exist in that Grecian god-like state of grace, simply being… gorgeous, as people gasped and swooned wherever I went. Okay, so maybe the only crazy element in this whole thing is me, but I do love me a show that makes good use of an awesome set o’abs.

Everyone is shocked that the centennial was canceled, and naturally, Kyu Won blames herself, but Shin is there to comfort her. Suk Hyun goes to ask whadda hell is going on and finds out that mommy has done it again in taking the route that makes the least sense and the most victims. Luckily by now we know that obstacles in Heartstrings land are short lived, and as we watch our characters go through a rather painful reaction to hearing that all their hard work had been in vain, we know that there’s a light at the end of the tunnel and that it isn’t, you know, a train.

Joon Hee keeps trying to contact Hee Joo to no avail, since mommy seems to have semi-sequestered her again. No wonder this girl has no friends, since this girl’s idea of motherly love is akin to being sent to the solitary.

Yoon Soo and Suk Hyun look more and more like a couple (actually, it was after episode 12 that I finally got to a point where I could see them together and not wonder why they were still a couple), with Yoon Soo showing genuine support and affection, even though Suk Hyun still seems a tad too wrapped up in his own world to truly notice her. And I find myself feeling for Yoon Soo instead of the director, which is HUGE, as anyone who has ever read anything I’ve written about this show can attest to.

Suk Hyun gets a phone call and heads over to Catharsis where he meets a guy who gives him a business card and an offer to return to Broadway. Elsewhere, Shin comes up with the idea of holding the centennial on their own terms and barges in on Kyu Won and grandpa’s dinner to share his plan. Haha, I love that whenever he sees Shin grandpa assumes he’s returned for more of his life’s story. At first Kyu Won is reluctant to agree, but once they make up their minds, they start to rally the support of everyone involved, even making Ki Young join their project and eventually detouring Suk Hyun from his return to Broadway. Everyone’s happy and eager to get to work, even pitching in with their own cash to help the production. Such is the dedication of the team that the leader of the Scene Stealers even donates her plastic surgery funds, which makes Soo Myung tell her that she’s pretty anyway, which makes her hug him, which makes him regret saying anything in the first place.

Joon Hee keeps insisting to meet Hee Joo, even sending her a letter and chocolate (which her mother shockingly delivers to her instead of throwing them away) and posting himself in front of her house. Well, having buried all my hopes for him and Bo Woon ending up together, I can only say that what he lacks in partner choice sense, he makes up for in determination, and it is rather sweet to watch him giving it his all for his “star”, despite her being a less than perfect individual (understatement of the year).

The girls and Shin are making promotional posters in the boys’ practice room. At one point, two of the girls get the message and step outside, but Bo Woon is hilariously oblivious of the fact that when two people have just started dating, they appreciate alone time. Shin takes it upon himself to inform her of the situation via some amusing grimaces, and she takes the hint, exiting the room. But just as the two are getting cozy, Bo Woon lives up to her reputation and comes back inside, saying she went out to be polite but really has nowhere else to go. And we wonder why there’s been a suspicious lack of kissage on our couple’s part.

Kyu Won practices for her stage appearance with the help of Yoon Soo, and at the end of practice they have a heart to heart about life choices and dream chasing, which really is something Yoon Soo knows a lot about, having sacrificed the love of her life to follow a dream. I am glad we finally get to see the two female leads interact in such a way. We got a glimpse of what their relationship could be back when Kyu Won started practicing for the musical, but then the situation tensed up because of Shin chasing after the ballerina so Kyu Won-Yoon Soo relationship pretty much faded into the background.

Shin and an exhausted and sore Kyu Won are heading home at the same time as her dad and his mom, only from different directions. Kyu Won sits down on a bench and Shin begins massaging her leg muscles to ease the pain from her intensive workout. If there was a “best boyfriend” award out there, Shin’d surely be one of the winners. Kyu Won realizes this little detail, leans and kisses his hair/forehead, much to his delight and surprise.

Of course, afterwards she is too embarrassed to stay in the moment and give way to the long awaited real kiss, but certainly not as embarrassed as she is when she finds herself face to face with her dad and Shin’s mom, who incidentally are holding hands(because the mom had hurt her leg, and for no other reason, but the preview editing people are eeeeevihl and have led us to believe something more was going on). I don’t know what’s worse, having your dad see your boyfriend groping your legs, or to see your dad holding hands with your boyfriend’s mom, but my vote would definitely go for both at the same time. Sheesh. Talk about lousy timing.

Everyone’s baffled and discombobulated so they each head home for some ‘splainin. The dad confesses to Kyu Won Shin’s mother had been his first love (apparently an affinity for people in that family is hereditary) and Shin’s mom tells him that she and Kyu Won’s dad were supposed to get married, which leads Shin to realize that he’s the guy his dad had snatched his mom from. Talk about tangled histories. Obviously, it is not easy news to digest, but our two favorite characters decide to face it together, talking about it over the phone, and later Shin sings his comfort song to her as she falls asleep. I’m beyond ecstatic that our couple is not going the traditional drama angst couple separation route (at least so far) and instead are staying together, helping each other out and keeping each other strong. If you think about it, they haven’t really separated once (for very long) ever since they met. First, it was Kyu Won that stood by Shin through some horrible times and at great personal cost, and now it’s Shin’s turn to be by her side and help her through the difficulties she is facing. My heart, it fills with joy.

The boys and girls perform together at Catharsis(and boy, do they look good on stage together!) to raise money for the centennial, but aside from the performance, money raising entails quite a bit of fan service, especially from Shin, which makes Kyu Won jealous and sends her into over(flirting)drive. Her zealous flirting makes Shin jealous (look mom, I’m rhyming!), which makes him up the ante on the fan service and basically gets them both making neener neener faces at each other all night long. Immaturity for the win!

Shin walks her home and they bicker all the way there, having me hoping that the bickering will lead to some steamy kissing. But no, even if Bo Woon isn’t around, the kissing still isn’t happening. Come on guys, if saliva exchange is out of the question(and I’m sure it is), can’t you at least spare us a measly pucker’n press? Please, for the sake of our vicarious living hearts!

That night, Kyu Won gives her dad and granpa tickets to the centennial. The reluctant gramps plays hard-to-attend, but Kyu Won uses the cutesy card to get him to do it.

The next morning, our resident adorable stalker is waiting in front of Hee Joo’s house, when he sees her and her mother heading out. He tells Hee Joo that he will wait for her, which gives way to crazy#1: Hee Joo asking Joon Hee to bust her out of the hospital (again) and going to rehearsal to reclaim her position as leading lady. The shamelessness of that gesture is shocking to me but not quite as shocking as what follows. Shin and the crew are as shocked as I am, but Hee Joo asks Kyu Won to decide if she’d rather stay on as leading lady and have Hee Joo step down or go on as originally planned. Not surprisingly, but none the less gulling, Kyu Won agrees to let Hee Joo reprise her role. *que Crazy#2* Don’t get me wrong, I get why it has to be this way, but I seriously wish Kyu Won kicked Hee Joo out instead of giving the girl that slandered her the chance to star in the performance that she raised the money to hold. Ugh.

Shin is a little disappointed by Kyu Won’s response, but still figures she must be in pain, so he goes after her and gives her a hug despite the brave face she’s putting on. Awww, I love that he’s so attentive to how she must be feeling.

Then follows Crazy#3, which is Hee Joo giving Kyu Won honest tips and helping her train. I get that they are trying to redeem Hee Joo and that they are running out of time to do so, but I still can’t help but get some chills down my spine remembering her previous 12 episodes worth of bitchiness. Don’t get me wrong, I like the patching up and mild bonding, I just don’t fully buy it. Minor point, but still. But I don’t get a chance to feel too bad about it because Hee Joo’s mother finds out she’s back in the performance and comes to tell people she can’t use her voice to sing, so she’s back out again.

Aaand, it’s showtime! Everyone gets ready and even Frustrato-guy gives them some money in support of the performance. Crazy#4 – am I actually supposed to believe this could happen? Fine then. *pout*
All the cast looks exceptional, but Shin REALLY stands out in his rock god outfit. I mean seriously, the boy is pretty whatever he wears, but dress him in stage gear and he shines like a star – which is kind of the point but I am too dumbstruck by how good he looks to think of a better comparison. We have a cute role reversal here, with Kyu Won helping Shin get over some pre-stage jitters by telling him what he had told her the day of her first performance, to tell the audience “you’ve fallen for me.”
The parents of all the members are in attendance and the show starts, but instead of Kyu Won, the stage is taken by Hee Joo, to everyone’s surprise, including that of her mother. Everyone is doing great, and Hee Joo even shares a (rather hot, albeit short) kiss with Ki Young. Come to think of it, with him taking his shirt off, that’s almost like getting to second base. Oh, did I mention Ki Young takes his shirt off? And that he looks gorgeous(Eureka! moment#1)? Oh, I didn’t? Well he totally does, see for yourself:

But as great as Ki Young looks, he has nothing on Shin: (except, maybe, a really chiseled six-pack, but who’s counting?)

Watching Shin and Kyu Won perform together makes me giddy, but knowing that Hee Joo of all people is up on the stage taking credit for it is frustrating as all hell. And seeing Kyu Won’s tears as she hides behind the curtain, aw man, pass the tissue, will yah?

Crazy #5 and Eureka! moment#2! I now know why things had to go like this. I get the bigger picture, the big point of it all, it was in front of my eyes all along, right from the beginning of the show, and as Kyu Won cries behind the curtain and her voice resonates to another person’s behalf, I realize this was never about the centennial, that was only a mobile for Kyu Won to realize what she really wants. It’s about a young girl who has always only been allowed to want to play the gayageum beginning to want something else; something that belongs to a world that collides with what her own has been until now. The tears she is crying are about her realizing she wants that something, to be a part of musicals, to perform on stage, and she couldn’t have realized it to that extent if she had gotten it, she couldn’t have realized it if it had been her in front of that curtain, because then she would have had a sense of closure, something to justify letting go of that want. We hoped for her to be on that stage, but if she had taken that away from someone whose dream it had been all along, if she had been the lead through a series of coincidences, then it wouldn’t have been the Kyu Won we’d gotten to know. So now it’s her turn to make a choice, and work to become an actress and feel as if she’s earned being on that stage (something that she had never felt, really, which is why she gave the part back to Hee Joo). So the dad moving in, the parents’ entanglement, the show, it all goes back to the initial issue of old vs. new, traditional vs. modern, grandpa vs. granddaughter. The next couple of episodes are going to be one helluva ride.


29 responses to “You’ve Fallen for Me Episode 13 SnapCap

  1. checkinout August 12, 2011 at 3:42 am

    Silver, you are brilliant! Absolutely brilliant! I totally see your Eureka #2 now… why things are the way they are with 2 more episodes to go! Wowsee… thank you! I’m looking forward to the next 2 episodes to see how this all plays out.

    Sidenote: YAY! Am glad to hear that you enjoy CNBLUE’s music as well. I’ve never been a fan of boy bands and thought those years were long behind me (grew up with Nirvana, Radiohead and Weezer) so am pretty shocked that I’m such a fan of this group. I think its because I see so much heart and talent in them, like they could have totally banked on their good looks and do the straightforward idol route (sing songs provided to them) but instead, they live for their love for music and take so much pride in making their own music. In my mind, they are re-setting the bar for many of the idol groups out there.

    • silverlux August 12, 2011 at 5:13 pm

      I was going all HUHWHAT? watching the ending and then it dawned upon me. I just really, REALLY hope something else I thought might happen won’t happen(breakup for dream pursuit/time jump), because that would kind of suck and would mean heartache for our lovely duo. I am very excited for the next two episodes and very sad that it’s going to be the last two episodes.

      I wasn’t much of a boyband person either, not at all actually, but CN Blue are special, and like you said, not an idol band in the regular sense. I have checked out their management agency-mates, FT Island, and while I do like HongKi’s voice (that boy can sing!), I wasn’t drawn into their music the way I was with CN Blue. Like you said, they have heart, and loads of it. Have you ever seen them in concert? 😀

      • checkinout August 13, 2011 at 3:26 am

        Not yet, unfortunately, but it’s high on my must-do list. In the meantime, I have all their concert DVDs to tide me over….

        I just watched Ep 13 with English subs and I love it even more now. Sometimes, I wonder if I’ve lost my objectivity to fan-girlism since I do think this drama is lovely (and that YH’s acting has improved), so it’s really nice to read about how others are enjoying this drama too.

        2 more episodes….

      • moidiom August 13, 2011 at 3:27 pm

        I wish I had found this blog earlier! Got a tip from another blog. Seems like yours is much more timely and better written for this particular drama.

        I also hope what that dance professor said to Gyu-won wasn’t some kind of foreshadowing because it would be very annoying. Then again, another professor (the one that got Lee Shin and Gyu-won to play together and has all but disappeared) had mentioned that Lee Shin has inspiration to study aboard. Maybe this will mean that they will go together???

        On the topic of music, I wouldn’t consider CN Blue and FT Island boy bands because they don’t dance and they write their own music (as far as I can tell). They are just regular bands with huge female appeal. There are plenty of American bands who fit that bill, but no one dares to call them boy bands.

        In any case, thank you for this blog! I’ll be checking next week for the final episodes.

      • moidiom August 13, 2011 at 4:04 pm

        Speaking of the bands, who actually prefers the Stupid lineup in this drama than the real CN Blue lineup? 😀 The real CN Blue looks weird to me now…

      • Anhstein (@anhstein) August 13, 2011 at 9:04 pm

        Hmm, now that you’ve mentioned that, the break up for dream pursuit thing I mean. Maybe they won’t! Maybe she will start singing with Shin and Stupid instead? She’s already performed with Stupid minus Shin in the beginning of the series!

      • silverlux August 14, 2011 at 9:30 am

        You’re right, boyband might not be the appropriate way to refer to them, except for the fact that they are boys and, well, in a band 😛

        Agree about Stupid having a great lineup, but I love CNBlue just as it is. Maybe I would be tempted to agree with you if Jong Hyun was a part of Stupid too (sorry Jung Shin :P), but Jong Hyun has too great a voice and appearance to be left out. I like him almost as much as Yong Hwa. It was after all his voice singing I will forget you that cemented my loyalty to the band. I wonder if we’ll get to see him act.

        I’m hoping they won’t go for a breakup/time jump thing, or that if they do, it will be handled similarly to what they did in Coffee Prince, but I do fear it. They’ve been relatively grounded in the current timeline though, with few flashbacks and such, so who knows. But if I were to take Coffee Prince as an example again (and if you think about it, the structure of the love square as well as the atmosphere of the drama are quite similar – even the cross-dressing *ahem* no, wrong show) the mature couple separated and found each other again, while in the new couple, there still was some dream pursuit to be done before they were able to “settle down”. I hope they surprise us and that the surprise is great 😀

    • a_fan August 16, 2011 at 12:48 pm

      Where do you get the concert dvds? Guitar wielding Lee Shin is so smoldering hot.

      • silverlux August 16, 2011 at 12:54 pm

        Yesasia is your best bet, as far as I know anyway. I’m planning on ordering one myself (saw there’s a DVD of a concert they held back in 2010):P I blame Checkinout for teasing about them 😛 😛

  2. blessedtoes August 12, 2011 at 4:39 am

    Silver, thanks once again for your awesome, fun, insightful snapcaps!

  3. marz4567 August 12, 2011 at 8:23 am

    Bravo! Bravo! Love, love, love your recaps! Your Crazy #5 and Eureka #2 needs to be posted in the Heartstring forum at Soompi. So many are bashing KW and for that I would love to have them read your recap. Will be looking forward to your recaps next week for the grand finale.

  4. Lemon August 12, 2011 at 3:04 pm

    Hi silver thanks for your recap! I loved it. And how I would love to have a boyfriend like Shin…:D

  5. silverlux August 12, 2011 at 5:18 pm

    Thank you so much, I’m so glad you are enjoying my posts 😀 It’s all to YFFM’s credit, for being such a great show to write about.

    Marz, I do believe checkinout over here has been so kind and posted a link to my blog on the Soompi HS thread 😀 I skimmed over the thread and saw the negativity, makes me a little sad.

  6. Myline August 12, 2011 at 6:41 pm

    Wow! An amazing recap. You’ve opened up my eyes and made me understand the real story of You’ve Fallen For Me/Heartstrings. Bravo!

  7. Cynthia August 13, 2011 at 12:37 am

    That was one excellent recap and my first read of your blog! MJP over at DB gave me the “heads-up” for your recapping skills. She didn’t exaggerate – it was a terrific read. Thank you!

    As for our sweet Yong-hwa, boy has really improved since his YB days. His turn on WGM was a huge help for him in learning to relate to females. Seohyun really held him to account after she came out of her initial shyness. He learned to be sensitive and that really shows on YFFM (HS).

    I also like your take on the ending scene. I got a big taste of “Noble Idiot Syndrome” myself when I saw her doing the “200 lb Beauty” thing of lip-syncing behind the curtain. This skew in plot is where I see the erratic writing coming to the fore. I’m wondering if the original writers had this in mind.

  8. rachel August 13, 2011 at 5:38 am

    thanks silver…I just discovered you’re blog recently and i must say that you have a way with words.You’re recaps are really insightful and i confess i might be one of you site stalkers from now on.I thought the ending of episode 13 really touching so i don’t understand the negativity.Keep up the good work!!

  9. Maricel August 13, 2011 at 8:04 pm

    I just found your page through dramabean’s recaps. Your Eureka comment has left its register trademark…

    I love the way you tell, but also get the meaning of the show. And totally envy your writing and the way you make satirical/ironical comments about everything…Plus you interpret some aspects in a possitive view that clarifies some points i wouldn’t have thought about without your insights, for instance the end of the episode with all the coming and missing situations that should happen before the drama finishes.

    From now on, count me as a fan of your blog…this page goes right to my favorites…you should improve the image of it, though.

    Thank you for your recap and greets

    • silverlux August 14, 2011 at 9:51 am

      Thank you 😀

      I’m working on improving the image, I even reinstalled photoshop on my computer and everything! 😀 It’s just that it’s been a while since I’ve used it, but it’s like riding the bike… right?

      • Maricel August 14, 2011 at 9:39 pm

        well … then i must say, i only know how to walk …i’m lucky if i start my computer without having problems…technology is not my thing u.u . Anyways, doing it is only to do your page more attractive, but the quality , that you have it. It’s in your writing XD

  10. Jayne August 13, 2011 at 8:05 pm

    Hi Silver,
    Thank you for your insights. I confess, I was one of those that didn’t like what KW did in Ep13. I understand her character is this nice, selfless girl and would totally do something like that but I could not understand the tears. I thought the tears indicated that she’s just making herself out to be a victim and poor Shin will be coming to comfort her again. Your Eureka#2 totally helped me see it differently. I’m looking forward to see how this will played out in the last 2 eps now.

  11. kdheart August 13, 2011 at 9:36 pm

    Why did I have to find this blog THIS LATE? Just when there are only two episodes left. Pfft. But I am happy that I did, though. Lots of sites ae recapping this and I just got discontented reading the recaps in my usually preferred recap site. It’s just that you personally love You’ve Fallen For Me and recap it not just for the sake of recapping and that changes everything. I really didn’t want to compare but it’s inevitable.

    Anyway, komapta! I really am enjoying your recaps. 😀 I am scared of the path this will take for the remaining 2 episodes. Kyu Won following the steps of Yoon Su and leaving our puppy hero? Don’t you dare, Kyu Won. You’ll really have your hair pulled this time. With no Lee Shin to protect you. LOL. But truthfully, no matter how this drama urns out, the conflicts it will come up to and how these are going to be resolved, I still am going to love it and be proud that I got to watch such a beautiful drama. No, I’m not crying. =))

    Neon Naege Banhaesseo. Hwaiting! 😉

    • silverlux August 14, 2011 at 9:48 am

      I think that even if Kyu Won would want to follow in Yoon Soo’s footsteps and leave, Shin wouldn’t follow in Suk Hyun’s and let her. He’d probably go after her, because that’s probably the biggest difference between Shin and Suk Hyun. they’re both talented and brilliant but one is too wrapped up in his own world to actually get what the person next to him is feeling and the other is very receptive to his partner’s emotions. So unless they choose to go against everything they’ve set up so far, if there is a breakup it’s going to be with Shin telling her to go for her own good, wishing her well and saying he’ll wait for her. Or, like I said, following her over there. 😀 But this is just speculation and wishful thinking so it could really go either way, especially if the producers decide to give the tissue industry a boost 😛

      • moidiom August 14, 2011 at 5:42 pm

        I’m hoping for the best here so I’m going to guess that this drama will give us a very happy ending. In the recent episodes, they have killed every idea right away that might have broken up the couple such as the parents getting together or the rumors about Gyu-won and the director. They will both be given an opportunity to pursue their dreams, but they get to do it together?! I don’t know. Since the ratings are not great, I fear that PSH and JYH might not work together again so they’d better give us a really great ending or I’ll be sad and pissed for a long time!!

  12. unnichan August 13, 2011 at 10:24 pm

    It’s about a young girl who has always only been allowed to want to play the gayageum beginning to want something else; something that belongs to a world that collides with what her own has been until now. The tears she is crying are about her realizing she wants that something, to be a part of musicals, to perform on stage, and she couldn’t have realized it to that extent if she had gotten it, she couldn’t have realized it if it had been her in front of that curtain..

    Yes! Yes! Yes! Exactly! Thank you for for sharing! I was hoping others were thinking the same thing and here you are! Thanks again for your comments and insights. Love it!

  13. unnichan August 13, 2011 at 10:24 pm

    It’s about a young girl who has always only been allowed to want to play the gayageum beginning to want something else; something that belongs to a world that collides with what her own has been until now. The tears she is crying are about her realizing she wants that something, to be a part of musicals, to perform on stage, and she couldn’t have realized it to that extent if she had gotten it, she couldn’t have realized it if it had been her in front of that curtain…

    Yes! Yes! Yes! Exactly! Thank you for for sharing! I was hoping others were thinking the same thing and here you are! Thanks again for your comments and insights. Love it!

  14. Laya August 15, 2011 at 2:45 am

    Hi Silver! Laya here– I just followed the YFFM trail from Dramabeans and it led me here.

    First of all, thank you for all the Shin pics. The first one especially is awesome 😀

    Secondly, thanks for sharing your insights about Kyu Won, they really put things in perspective. Now I’ll go back and read all your recaps from the beginning– I am seriously loving this drama. Keep up the good work! ❤

  15. a_fan August 16, 2011 at 11:03 am

    Hi Silverlux
    Thank you for creating this blog. I love reading and re-reading your recaps. I hope you are planning to continue with the blog. As I trust your judgement on Heartstrings, I will checkout Birdie Buddy.

    It pains me how Heartstrings is misunderstood by many viewers. It is after all a drama of women and strong women at that, making choices. She’s mother chose to veered from the path and have a lovechild. Yun Soo chose to leave Soek Kyun for her dancing ambitions. Eventually, Kyu Won has to choose between singing or playing the gayageum. I hope it will not lead to her choosing between Shin and her dreams. At this point any other males are out of the running.

    The show is desperate in telling its viewers that the main story is not about the centennial concert hence Yun Soo’s pronouncement of not regretting her decision to leave the love of her life. I am excited for tomorrow’s episode. I will be watching on

    • a_fan August 16, 2011 at 11:07 am

      Oops. Second line, second paragraph should read Shin’s mother chose to veer away from the path. . .

    • silverlux August 16, 2011 at 1:04 pm

      Totally agree about Heartstrings being populated by non-typical drama heroines, even if the differences are subtle, they are there. In any other drama, Shin’s mother would have been seen regretting her ‘wayward’ youth, along with her son, but they are all natural and comfortable and upfront about their family situation. Yoon Soo might have been the one chasing after Suk Hyun upon realizing the error of her ways (take the tennis champ in My Girl or HyoRin in Goong). So yes, definitely a drama where female characters don’t adhere to the norm. Just another reason to love it 😀

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