4 Things We Loved And 2 Things We Hated About Episodes 5 & 6 Of “What’s Wrong With Secretary Kim”

What’s Wrong With Secretary Kim” has been the talk of the town these past couple weeks, and with good reason. We really can’t seem to get enough of Park Min Young and Park Seo Joon’s journey to true love.

Here’s a look at four things we loved and two things we hated about episodes five and six of “What’s Wrong With Secretary Kim.”

LOVED: Joon Young’s plan to confess

The effort he puts into planning out a way to confess to Mi So and doing it in a place where she would feel comfortable is too sweet.

HATED: Lee Tae Hwan turning out to be not so innocent

I know there’s a lot of hardcore shippers for Park Seo Joon and Park Min Young. And while I want the two to end up together and love them both, I also have a soft spot for Lee Tae Hwan and was kind of hoping his character would be more genuine in his advances for Park Min Young. At this point in the series though, it seems like his intentions of getting Park Min Young is strictly to get his brother annoyed.

LOVED: Young Joon’s struggle to say sorry

This part is kind of funny, but then it gets sweet. Young Joon finds it difficult to apologize to Mi So even though he so desperately wants to. The fact that he asks his friend how to say it just shows how much he’s willing to try. It’s a relationship he truly values and doesn’t want to lose. So when he actually does apologize, SWOOOON.

It seems like such a small gesture, but it is so monumental to him and totally gave me butterflies!

LOVED: When he matches Mi So’s foot steps

It is such a subtle part in this week’s episodes, but I can’t help but get all giddy over it. The character of Young Joon is just so lovable! When he realizes he’s walking too fast and way ahead of Mi So like he has been so used to doing, he slows down and tries to match her pace. It’s so symbolic and so romantic.

LOVED: The crane doll game scene

It’s really the little things that Joon Young puts into his advances towards Mi So that make it so touching. He’s not used to showing his affections, so even the littlest gestures seem like a big deal. The part I thought was cute was when the two are trying to win the doll playing the crane game. He doesn’t win.

But then he goes back the next day and wins it for her. The pride in his eyes is just too adorable!

HATE: Having to wait another week… AGAIN.

There’s always this agony of having to wait to watch the next episode, especially after seeing how juicy the previews are. I can already tell that we’re going to be experiencing some heart-fluttering moments next week!

Catch the first episode, if you haven’t already below!

Hey Soompiers, what did you love about this past week’s episodes of “What’s Wrong With Secretary Kim”? Let me know in the comments below!

binahearts is a Soompi writer who can lately be seen obsessing over Jung Hae In, singing her heart out to BIGBANG at karaoke, walking her dog, or indulging in desserts. Make sure you follow binahearts on Instagram as she journeys through her latest Korean crazes!

Currently watching: Wok of Love,” “The Undateables,” “What’s Wrong With Secretary Kim,” “About Time
All-time favorite dramas: “Secret Garden,” “Goblin,” “Because This Is My First Life,” “Star In My Heart
Looking forward to: Won Bin’s return to the small screen and Song Joong Ki’s next drama

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