After the first episode, you should be hooked into “Big” by now and with good timing since the second episode is full of more light-hearted humor and hilarious misunderstandings that takes the serious drama down a notch…at least until the cliffhanger end. [Warning: Spoilers are ahead if your eyes can't resist the temptation to read on.]
After waking up, Kyung Joon’s situation is still the same, though Da Ran still seems to not want to believe it. He even tries to reenact the situation with cups and toy robots to show her what happened between him and the real Yoon Jae, but she’s still proving a bit dense to get through.
Da Ran even goes as far as to empty out the frozen pizza and soda-filled fridge to loads of healthy drinks and fruits.
Though being a “rebel,” he [adorably] proclaims that he won’t eat it like the true teenager child he is and goes on to nom a pizza instead. But what he doesn’t realize is that this isn’t his body and something in the pizza is starting to cause an itchy, allergic reaction. Oh no but pretty much the best scenes so far are up next.
Cue the upbeat electronica music to Kyung Joon’s disruptive entrance to find Da Ran for his emergency. Though in the frenzy he can only yell at her that he’s “going crazy” because his “body is on fire” (which…ends up being a pretty common phrase that means he’s “horny” hahaha). Though of course, to everyone else looking on, they are just shocked at what is going on.
Moving to the classroom, Kyung Joon is able to show her the rash that is breaking out on his/Yoon Jae’s body. Though in great timing, Da Ran bends down to check the rash out when the VP and Da Ran’s friend are peering through the window…
Kyung Joon’s hilarious Engrish comes out to play with so many “Oh please! Oh, mother, father!” You really can’t help but crack up at this entire scene - so good. Especially with the teachers looking in right at that moment.
I realize that Kyung Joon’s childlike behavior comes out a lot more now that he’s in Yoon Jae’s body, since in the one episode that we got to see him, he seemed a lot more cold and just sarcastic between the “oh my gosh, poor baby” scenes with learning how alone he is.
But skipping ahead, the drama returns with the suspicious female doctor, Se Young (Jang Hee Jin), acting too close for comfort to who she thinks is Yoon Jae when no one is looking. Though with this actually being Kyung Joon, he gets the creeps from her touch that isn’t co-worker-like at all.
Figuring out that the real Yoon Jae is a doctor (and the poster scene) and his real body has been transferred to the exact hospital where he works, Kyung Joon ends up impersonating the doctor to check on himself. Meeting his aunt and uncle, the whole situation just gets really sad and depressing when we find out that they really don’t care at all besides about his mom’s inheritance and even go as heartless to throw out his belongings (…after taking out the money from his wallet).
Comic relief arrives in the form of Choong Sik (Baek Sung Hyun) who sees Kyung Joon storming out bad and Da Ran trying to calm him down. But in trying to play the good brother role to protect his noona, the misunderstandings come when Kyung Joon yells that he isn’t his brother-in-law, but Choong Sik takes it as if he’s gotten the names mixed up and starts saying sister-in-law instead. A Kyung Joon-esque “stupid” comes out like their first encounter with each other in the first episode but Choong Sik just dumbly takes offence. Oh goodness, what a babo, but he means well.
Family bonding time arrives when Kyung Joon ends up at the Gil house after figuring out that the eel dumplings (sneaky present attempt from her parents) were from Da Ran’s family shop. He goes into the role of Yoon Jae’s son/brother-in-law role quickly after being pulled in by Da Ran’s mom…with a “surprise!” and a “yoo-hoo!” that is just more lolzy adorableness.
Walking home, Da Ran and Kyung Joon come to the realization that he can’t walk around in Kyung Joon’s kid-sized clothes forever, so they make their way to Yoon Jaw’s home to get him some clothes. While going through things, Kyung Joon logically points out how fit Yoon Jae’s body is…that he seems to be able to devote at least 2 hours a day to working out, yet always ends up canceling on Da Ran at every opportunity. [A moment of appreciation for that body though...mmm]
It’s also weird that they’re suppose to be a month away from being married and they aren’t even in that sort of relationship - suspicion again.
More looking around the apartment reveals a packed suitcase and then a weird-looking device that is found out to be a key. But that’s not even the most ughh part, especially when we figure out who else has a duplicate key…Se Young, the female doctor with the beezy vibes.
The episode ends with Kyung Joon in the middle of supposedly meeting Se Young downstairs from his apartment, who had called to drop off something, and Da Ran right behind. After Se Young naturally attempts a kiss (those he pushes away) and says a lover-esque “I love you,” being an 18-year-old, he picks up on the situation quickly and curses “Seo Yoon Jae, that son of a bi*ch.” Gah!
Though I sort of suspected it, but it’s pretty much all laid out especially with both Se Young and Da Ran right there! I really hope that Da Ran doesn’t try to blindly reason it away, but I guess we’ll have to see in the next episode. Guess Yoon Jae isn’t the shiny, perfect fiancee that he was first shown off to be.
Episode 3: Woo! Suzy appearance! And hopefully a clearer development on what’s going to happen now as the cheating escapades are out in the air.
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