Hwarang: Episode 7
by LollyPip | January 10, 2017
I really think the show is gaining in strength as it finally settles into its groove, especially as the Hwarang boys begin to learn to be a unified team rather than individual foes. As they face their first challenge and fight for the right to stay, they will each have to think about why they want to be here. They still have a long way to go, but at least they’re ready to take their first steps.
EPISODE 7 RECAP
Ji-dwi backs Ah Ro against the wall, shedding furious tears at the way she pities the powerless king. He accuses her of rendering him insignificant, grows even more upset when she mentions her brother, and soon crushes her lips in an angry kiss.
Ah Ro pushes at him, but he doesn’t seem to notice her objection. He finally ends the kiss and he backs up, then his face softens and he leans in to kiss her again.
Ah Ro’s face screws up in fury, and she smacks him in the head with her own forehead. (That’s my girl!) She hears Sun-woo entering the building and grabs the moaning Ji-dwi, ducking them both down behind a table and warning him not to even breathe, or else Sun-woo will kill him.
Ah Ro answers a knock at the door to the doctor’s room to find a grinning Ji-dwi standing there, and he pushes his way in. He’s cheerful and friendly, but that doesn’t make Ah Ro any more pleased to see him, and she palms an acupuncture needle as she backs away from him.
He mentions their kiss, and Ah Ro asks for her apology, but Ji-dwi says it was no mistake. Ah Ro warns him that she could have killed him if she’d wanted to, and suggests they forget it ever happened.
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