Heirs drama 👫
In this drama Young Do was everything for me I just loved his character in this drama and I continued watching it just bec of him awww his love his emotions his sadness his handsome angry look his jealousy all made him a character I can’t forget 😍😩😭👌🏻👑❤️💙
Part 1 💓
سریال وارثان 👫
گفته بودم من قبلا راجع به این سریال که کلا این سریالو دوست نداشتم به واقع موضوع چرتی داشت در صورتی که بازیگرای خفنی داشت حیف بود که تو قالب داستان دبیرستانی اینا رو جا دادن خوشبختانه تو یک سری از پیج های کی درامایی تو اینستا خوندم اونا هم با من هم نظر بودن!🌝😁😎
غیر موضوع سریال فقط وجود یک نفر تو این سریال بود که منو دلگرم میکرد این سریالو ادامه بدم اون هم حضور شخصیت بی نظیر چویی یونگ دو بود من براش می مردم قشنگ اولین نقش دومی که زار زدم براش و از شخصیت اول داستان که کیم تان بود بیشتر دوستش داشتم مثل کیم تان یهو عاشق نشد عشقش خیلی قشنگتر از کیم تان بود موقع هایی که عصبانی میشد،موقع هایی که نگران میشد،موقع هایی که غیرتی میشد،موقع هایی که حسودی میکرد حتی موقع هایی که گریه میکرد عاشقش بودم من یعنی الان هم جزو نقش دوم های محبوب منه 😍😭👌🏻❤️💙
اینجا که به ایون سانگ میگه منو اینجور صدا نکن 🤦🏻♀️😊💘
(یاد ووبینی افتادم گفتم از وارثان پست بذارم تجدید خاطره بشه!😉)
در کل که این سریال با همه ی سوتی ها و کلیشه ها و بی موضوعی درک اینکه دوتا پسر پولدار جذاب و خوشتیپ عاشق دختری مثل ایون سانگ بودن دور از واقعیت بود همینا رو دیدیم توهم زدیم دیگه بالاخره یک اوپایی هم این شکلی ما رو میخواد نه خواهر من اینا برای داستان های سریالاست جو گیر نشو تو هم مثل من!😅😂👊🏻
دقت کردید این اوپاها دیگه جزوی از زندگیمونن؟🤔🙈❤️
تو بین سوتی ها بدترین سوتی سریال این بود که گوشی بچه پولدار های این سریال با گوشی اونایی که از قشر مرفه بی درد نبودن یکی بود اونم آخرین مدل!🤣🤦🏻♀️📱
حالا این که کیم تان و یونگدو به ایون سانگ گیر داده بودن هم جزو تخیلی ترین حالاتیه که تو کی دراماها دیدیم زیاد!😬😁🤷🏻♀️
دیگه سریال کره ایه دیگه اینا نباشه نمکش میره میدونم ☺️😜💞
پارت بعدیش هم میذارم دعوا میکنه یونگدو با کیم تان 🌝👊🏻👬
Ajumma freezes, and Ae-ra slowly looks over at Moo-ki and sees something suspicious — that Ajumma is wearing the sweatshirt that goes with Moo-ki’s inside-out sweatpants. The truth slams home that Moo-ki and Ajumma are having an affair, and Ae-ra goes after Moo-ki, whacking at him with her purse.
Later, the three sit in the destroyed gosiwon kitchen, Ae-ra at the table and Moo-ki on the floor at her feet, sobbing and chastened. Ae-ra reminds him that he gave her this designer bag and promised to marry her once he passes the bar. She says that she was touched to know that he’d saved up his money to buy her the bag.
Moo-ki can only mutter a pitiful apology, and Ae-ra admits that she knew he wasn’t smart enough to pass, and that she was going to tell him to quit and let her take care of him. Ajumma tells Moo-ki to get on his knees, which he does while Ae-ra does her best to ignore the woman.
Crying now, Ae-ra reminds Moo-ki of all the money she’s spent on him even with her low-paying job, saying that she has dreams, too. She says that she could understand if he was cheating with a younger, prettier woman, but she can’t accept an older woman who’s just a small business owner.
Ajumma interjects that actually, it’s not a small business, and they all go out so that Ae-ra can gape at the line out the door of the apparently famous restaurant. Ae-ra has to admit that Moo-ki has hitched himself to a pretty lucrative star. He arrives all kitted out with brand-new biking gear and on a fancy new bike, and he even has a new car courtesy of his rich girlfriend and is ready to go on his cross-country trip.
As if this isn’t all horrible enough, Ajumma also pays back every penny that Moo-ki owes to Ae-ra, plus interest. They offer Ae-ra and her bike a ride home, but she just rolls her eyes then snatches her Minnie Mouse hair band out of Ajumma’s hair, snarling defiantly, “This is mine!” .
On a break, Ae-ra calls her boyfriend KIM MOO-KI (cameo by Kwak Dong-yeon), who tells her that he’s failed the bar exam yet again. He says he’s thinking of biking across the country to clear his mind, but Ae-ra snaps that he doesn’t need to clear a mind that he never uses, ha.
Across town, Dong-man is all ready to extend the coffee date to lunch, but his date jumps into a taxi to make her escape. She refuses to give him her number, and when he asks that she repay him for the coffee by buying drinks this weekend, she slaps some cash in his hand and drives off.
When Ae-ra calls to invite Dong-man to lunch, he crankily refuses until she says she’ll treat him to rib-eye steak. He goes to her department store but can’t find her, then he gets stuck in the revolving door with Chan-sook (who’s on the phone trying to talk her fiancé into hair transplants, hee). Dong-man reaches around Chan-sook to try to unstick the door, and when she turns to see his doctor’s coat and handsome, backlit face (not to mention his thick hair), she literally swoons. Ae-ra arrives just as they’re being freed from the door and notices Chan-sook’s blush.
Asking for a formal introduction, Chan-sook holds out her hand to Dong-man as if she expects him to kiss her ring. He doesn’t have a clue what to do with it, so he just shakes her fingertips, ha. Chan-sook asks if they’re just friends, and Dong-man confirms it, though Ae-ra gives a vague answer as if there’s more between them. .
Furtively texting her boyfriend between customers, Ae-ra grows irritated when he doesn’t respond. She’s alarmed when an old classmate, CHAN-SOOK (cameo by Hwang Bo-ra), recognizes her and stops to talk, then drags her to the store’s members-only cafe, which Chan-sook gains entry into on account of her rich fiancé.
Chan-sook is utterly self-absorbed, taking selfies and acting magnanimous while getting in digs at Ae-ra’s mediocre life. She invites Ae-ra to her wedding, making a point to mention their elite new home and how many karats are in her ring.
Meanwhile, Dong-man is on a blind coffee date, where his loud, boisterous personality seems to unnerve the lady. He brags a lot about his past, but when she asks him to talk about his life now, she’s turned off by his humble career and lifestyle. She does make an effort and asks about his past sports career, but he goes strangely quiet and lies that he’s never been involved in sports.
Chan-sook gets all condescending when Ae-ra says that she has a boyfriend who’s studying to be a prosecutor. Tired of being looked down on by this superficial woman, Ae-ra asks the age of her fiancé, correctly guessing that he’s much older by Chan-sook’s sudden silence.
Rallying, Chan-sook snipes that Ae-ra would find someone suitable too, if she lowered her standards to her own level. Ae-ra counters with the mention of a guy that once came between them — she strikes the killing blow by saying that she cares about looks, but that guy was on Chan-sook’s level in that department. Daaamn. .