SASSY GO GO EPISODE 10 - WATCH FULL SASSY, GO GO EP 10 ENGLISH SUB

-
forgot password

Please enter your username or thư điện tử address. You will receive a links to create a new password via email.

Bạn đang xem:


*

*

more covers SWITCH lớn BLOG VIEW


Episode 1 Episode 2 Episode 3 Episode 4 Episode 5 Episode 6 Episode 7 Episode 8 Episode 9 Episode 10 Episode 11 Episode 12 (Final)

Sassy Go Go: Episode 10

by Saya

*

I know you guys love to see our chipmunk couple up here (so vày I), but let’s show Soo-ah some love for coming this far and finding ways và reasons to smile. Because everyone ought lớn be loved, at least by one person — và if not loved, then at least saved. Và no one needs saving more than Soo-ah.

EPISODE 10 RECAP

*
*

Soo-ah storms up to lớn Yeon-doo and slaps her hard across the face. She thinks Yeon-doo is putting on the innocent act, & gets increasingly worked up. Yeol và Ha-joon arrive to lớn see them at the head of the stairs. Soo-ah seizes Yeon-doo by the collar, screaming that she’ll kill her, and throws her down the stairs.

Yeol catches her but goes down, và the two of them roll all the way to lớn the bottom, where Yeol now lies và unconscious and bleeding. Ha-joon & Soo-ah both look on, stricken. With mounting panic, Yeon-doo tries khổng lồ rouse him.

He’s taken away by ambulance, Yeon-doo và Teacher Yang going with him. The remaining team curse Soo-ah, and only Dong-jae looks back khổng lồ see her watching from the shadows. We see her eaten up by anxiety.

*
*

Principal Choi views the uploaded video clip of Soo-ah, & she’s horrified by Yeol’s accident — how will she explain it khổng lồ his dad? Huh. Soo-ah’s mom is no better — when she finds out Soo-ah stole the midterm and hurt another student, she yells Director Lee for mismanaging her charge. Ah, priorities.

Yeol’s dad asks Yeon-doo’s mom if she’s told her about them yet, but she wants to wait until they meet this weekend, since marrying her classmate’s father is no small beans. Dad perks up at the idea that Yeol would be Yeon-doo’s oppa (lul, not in the way you’re thinking, Dad…). Mom tells him not to get ahead of himself — they need permission from the kids first. Thank God.

*
*

Just then, Dad gets a hotline from Teacher Yang about Yeol’s accident, & straightens in shock.

At the hospital, Yang wants to gọi Yeon-doo’s mom as well, but she stops him since she doesn’t want lớn worry Mom over a sprained wrist. He tells her to cheer up since the doctors said Yeol will be fine — he’s only unconscious because of medication.

Sitting by Yeol’s bed, she tearfully tells him how scared she was for him, & urges him khổng lồ wake up or else. Eyes still closed, Yeol smiles at that, và asks just how she’s going to lớn get him back. Delighted he’s awake, she makes lớn get Teacher Yang, but he catches her arm.

*
*

Meanwhile, Ha-joon tears into the hospital looking for Yeol.

Yeol sits up, noting that she’s pretty good at not answering questions. How is she going khổng lồ get him back? After a moment, she leans in and drops a little kiss on his jaw. “Like this,” she whispers, edging away.

Taking her wrist, he spins her back và does it properly. Ha-joon arrives just in time lớn witness the kiss. Oh nooo, his poor puppy heart! He turns away, pained, & now sees his memories of Yeon-doo và Yeol together in a different light. Oh Ha-joonie, I thought you knew!

*
*

Yeon-doo’s mom comes as far as the hospital with Yeol’s dad but leaves him there, because she doesn’t feel right meeting Yeol lượt thích this.

Dad’s agitated arrival surprises Yeol, và Yeon-doo smoothes over the awkward by introducing herself as Yeol’s classmate. She puffs up when he says she’s a good friend, & Yeol has khổng lồ laugh a little at that.

Yeon-doo leaves them lớn it, and outside the hospital room, we see Mom came all the way up. But when Dad phones, she pretends she’s on the way home, and mother và daughter narrowly miss each other. Yeon-doo is lost in a world of squee as she relives the kiss over & over, so when Dong-jae calls, she wails that she’s not okay at all — her heart is bursting.

*
*

Father và son, meanwhile, are at a loss for how to lớn be with each other. Dad keeps offering to vì chưng stuff for Yeol, which is so weird for them that Yeol eventually tells him lớn just ignore him lượt thích normal. Dad remembers what Yeon-doo’s mom said, about saying sorry, thank you, & I love you khổng lồ your kids, and thanks Yeol for being okay.

Soo-ah huddles in her hidey spot, where Dong-jae finds her. He tells her khổng lồ apologize lớn Yeon-doo; she wasn’t the one who uploaded the video. & to Yeol, who got hurt because of her. She knows it was because of her, she tells him, and walks away like a broken doll.

*
*

She arrives at her mom’s office, where Mom is all business. She tells Soo-ah that there’s no purpose in her remaining at Sevit, so they’re making preparations for her to study abroad.

Soo-ah, broken-voiced, tells Mom how she hurt someone. She didn’t mean to— Mom cuts her off: It’s taken care of. That’s not it — Soo-ah is desperate khổng lồ make her mom understand all the wrong things she did, like abandoning Yeon-doo, framing Yeol, cheating. But Mom cuts her off again, “Those things are nothing.”

“They’re…nothing?” Soo-asks in a lost voice. Mom tells her to lớn keep her eyes on the Ivy League prize and not let trivialities distract her — she’ll protect her specs, she promises, eyes burning with fanaticism. Her words close in on Soo-ah, and she gets more và more upset. She asks if there’s even any over to this road. Oblivious to lớn her daughter’s distress, Mom extols that there lies future they long for. But getting there is so hard, says Soo-ah, tears falling freely.

*
*

Soo-ah can’t bring herself to lớn enter the hospital, & calls lớn find out Yeol’s condition. When she hears he’s okay, she breaks down in tears of gratitude.

Poor Ha-joon sits out in the hospital foyer, when he spots Yeon-doo coming down. He watches her go.

Ha-joon lets himself into Yeol’s room, where Yeol scolds him for coming so late. But he can’t keep the smile off his face when he tells his friend that Yeon-doo was keeping him company. At the sight of his bandages, Ha-joon gets mad about Soo-ah, but Yeol warns him not to lớn make any trouble while he’s away.

*
*

Eager to change subject, he reminds Ha-joon of a childhood promise to lớn tell each other first if they had a girl they liked. “I think I have one…a girl I really like,” he confides. But Ha-joon stops him from saying more, & says he’ll hear it another day, when he’s better.

Yeon-doo catches Ha-joon arriving back at the dorms. Seeing her only reminds him of the kiss and he tries to bolt, but she blocks him. She wonders why he didn’t turn up at the hospital và he grumps that he was busy. But his marshmallow nature doesn’t let him leave without checking that she’s okay. She teases him, pleased that he worried about her.

*
*

She joins Dong-jae in the common room, and he tells her unhappily that everyone’s been criticizing Soo-ah, while she’s without a single friend in support. But Yeon-doo finds it hard khổng lồ disagree, with Yeol hurt like that. She’s tired of giving Soo-ah chances.

Soo-ah’s phone buzzes with messages about her in the class chatroom — that she’s a monster, she should just die, and so on. She imagines them surrounding her with their censure & accusing words, và screams. She doesn’t dare lớn enter the school building.

Instead, she wanders the streets. Stopping at her reflection in a window (under the words “I am”), she thinks back on her wrongdoings.

*

By and by, she visits the ashes of So-young, her middle school friend who committed suicide. She remembers her mom’s derision at the Sevit kids’ happy tomfoolery when they first arrived, và sobbing, she asks So-young if it’s really not okay for them lớn be happy now.

Yeon-doo lies awake in her dorm, troubled by Soo-ah’s empty corner.

The next day, Teacher Yang is also anxious about Soo-ah’s absence, và can’t reach her when she calls. He spots Yeon-doo sneaking out & is about lớn stop her when he catches himself. Instead, he texts her that she’s rumbled, but lets her off as long as she’s back before lunch ends.

*
*

Yeon-doo surprises Yeol with a smuggled-in lunch (replete with twin banana milks), và he’s adorably thrilled but also worried they might get into trouble. She teases that she told EVERYONE she was coming here.

Yeol starts snapping zillions of pictures of her, & falls back in satisfaction. He was dying lớn see her, & now he can see her all the time, he sighs. But not one lớn waste the moment, he sits up again, eager khổng lồ use his time with Real Yeon-doo. His adoration makes her equal parts bashful and squeeful.

Soo-ah makes it as far as the door of Yeol’s hospital room this time. He’s surrounded by the club members — his friends — & she watches them for a moment, sad. She tucks an envelope into the doorframe and leaves.

*
*

She crosses paths with Dong-jae again. She confirms that she came to see Yeol, & owed Yeon-doo an apology, too. Finally looking at peace, she walks on. But she calls back to lớn Dong-jae, & asks him for a favor.

Soo-ah & Dong-jae play games in an arcade, carefree and laughing. She says she’s going to vày everything she wants today, và eagerly asks what other fun stuff there is. Dong-jae wonders if she won’t get in trouble with her mom, và she says her mom won’t be scolding her anymore. But the quiet despair lying beneath her smile is the saddest thing in the world. Oh no, Soo-ah.

Xem thêm: Cách Xem Bói Chỉ Tay Nữ - Đường Chỉ Tay Nữ Xem Như Nào Mới Chuẩn

*
*

Yeon-doo tries unsuccessfully to lớn get hold of Dong-jae, while he and Soo-ah ride bikes along the river. He smiles lớn see her so happy, and they settle on a bench with ice creams. Dong-jae says she was always too busy with studying to bởi vì fun stuff, and she regrets never coming here with Yeon-doo. He says she can start now, doing fun things.

She apologizes for hurting him by using his handicap against him before. He’s surprised — she doesn’t usually say sorry. She can only agree, & adds that it wasn’t so hard after all. “I’m sorry, Ha Dong-jae,” she says again.

*
*

Yeon-doo pops out of the boisterous sickroom for water, và Soo-ah’s envelope drops at her feet. It’s addressed khổng lồ her, and she finds a letter inside. Eyes widening, she turns back to her friends — there’s something off with Soo-ah, she says, showing them the letter. They read it, & look up at her in shock.

It’s dark now, & Soo-ah and Dong-jae amble together. She thanks him for helping her make good memories khổng lồ take with her. He’s surprised she’s not heading back khổng lồ the dorms, but she tells him she has khổng lồ stop by somewhere else first. She leaves him with the wish that he overcomes his phobia for physical contact. Thanking him with a heartfelt smile, she leaves first.

*

Close khổng lồ tears, Yeon-doo finally gets hold of Dong-jae, who tells her he was just with Soo-ah this whole time và she seemed fine. She frantically asks where he is, và Dong-jae sets off at a run khổng lồ look for Soo-ah.

Principal Choi informs Soo-ah’s mom that she can’t erase Soo-ah’s cheating or Yeol’s accident, when the evidence is clear. Mom argues that that’s why she received so many gifts — to make the impossible possible. Deep in denial, she entrusts Choi with giving Soo-ah a clean record even if she leaves Sevit. But Choi finally grows a spine & is firm this time: Soo-ah will forfeit the midterm and be penalized with community service, “Both you & Soo-ah crossed the line. It’s too late for me khổng lồ protect you.”

Just then, Mom gets a hotline telling her Soo-ah disappeared after leaving a suicide note. Both women are startled.

*
*

The whole team, Yeol included, crowd the pavement outside the hospital frantically trying lớn catch a taxi. Yeon-doo clutches the letter in her injured hand, crying, and Yeol lays a reassuring hand on her shoulder.

In voiceover, we hear Soo-ah’s words lớn Yeon-doo: “I’m sorry. Why were these words so hard to say all this time?” She walks along the street alone, remembering the times Yeon-doo helped her. Her letter continues, “How lớn say thank you, how khổng lồ say sorry, how to reach out when I’m lonely…for me, everything was too hard.” She thought if she just studied like crazy, she’d definitely become happy:

“Even if I was miserable today, I thought I would definitely become happy tomorrow. But Yeon-doo-ya, why is it that I became more unhappy? Why did breathing get more và more difficult? Why did I turn into a monster? I despise myself so much that I don’t have the confidence to lớn keep going. Don’t believe in adults’ lies of sacrificing today’s happiness for the sake of tomorrow’s. Don’t forget the truth that you have to be happy today, in order to be happy tomorrow.”

In closing, she apologizes again — to Yeon-doo, khổng lồ Yeol, lớn Teacher Yang và all her friends — with the hope that she won’t cause them any more hardship. She comes lớn a halt now, in the street, and switches on her phone.

*
*

Soo-ah’s mom paces her office waiting for news when she gets a text from Soo-ah. In it, Soo-ah apologizes for falling short as a daughter, but is glad that she was able lớn gain first place and grant Mom’s wish at least once, even if not by her own merit.

The kids comb the streets for Soo-ah, calling out her name. They regroup, & Da-mi wails that it was her fault. They all feel responsible, and Ha-joon remembers her tearful confession about her head eating up her heart. He urges everyone to tìm kiếm again.

*

Yeon-doo is particularly smitten by her role, sure that her threat to lớn expose her was the last straw for Soo-ah. She cries in helplessness, and Yeol, too, regrets how harsh he was.

By himself, Dong-jae runs up & down in search of her. Soo-ah steps out onto a busy road, eyes unfocused. He spots her at the same time as Yeon-doo và Yeol, at opposite sides of the crossing. Yeon-doo screams her name.

A oto barrels towards Soo-ah, horn blaring (don’t your brakes work?), and she waits for it. At the last moment, a hand grabs hers — Dong-jae pulls her into an embrace, phobia be damned. He breathes in relief, and across the street, so bởi Yeon-doo & Yeol. A tear slips down Soo-ah’s cheek, và she clutches him tighter as she cries in earnest.

*
*

The team are back at school, but their spirits are low as no one’s been able to see Soo-ah yet. They’re disappointed when Yeon-doo returns from another fruitless attempt.

Sharing strawberry milks with Dong-jae, Yeon-doo tests him with tentative little pokes, not yet used lớn his new touchability. She thinks it’s bizarre that he conquered his disability like this, and he admits that he doesn’t really remember what was going through his mind then. She wonders sadly when they’ll get khổng lồ see Soo-ah again.

*

Soo-ah’s mom is back in control, & making arrangements for Soo-ah khổng lồ study abroad. She tells Soo-ah not to lớn worry — this is all nothing, & when she goes abroad, everything will be as good as new. Mom, you’re not helping. Soo-ah lies limp and unresponsive.

At school, a trio of students gossip that Soo-ah’s mentally ill, & are pleased that her absence means their rank goes up. The cheerleaders burst in & surround them. Da-mi yells at them, và elbows Tae-pyung, who also yells at them.

One by one, the team criticize the group for their malice towards their fellow student, when they could be saying words of support and encouragement, like, “you’ll be okay” or “anyone can make a mistake,” or “if you’re having a hard time, we’ll help you.”

*

One of the boys acknowledges it was wrong lớn badmouth her, but ask who they are khổng lồ get involved in someone else’s business. They all bristle at the suggestion that Soo-ah’s “someone else” và Hyo-shik asks if they haven’t seen them cheerleading together. “We’re one team, and we’re friends,” he tells them, threatening lớn really give it to lớn them if he catches them at it again.

Director Lee thanks Principal Choi for helping Soo-ah’s transfer. Left alone with Teacher Im, Choi eagerly plans dismantling the cheerleading club now that Soo-ah’s gone. But lặng reminds her that they definitely can’t, since the Ministry has their eye on them. Aw, Teacher yên ổn providing covert support.

The team miss Soo-ah at practice. She’s still not allowed visitors, Yeon-doo says sadly. Teacher Yang comes bearing the news that Soo-ah’s going lớn study abroad. The whole team is crestfallen.

*

In her hospital room, Director Lee puts Soo-ah’s phone into her hand, saying the message looks important. It’s a clip from Jae-young & Na-yeon, and Soo-ah can’t help cracking a smile.

For what must be the first time, she’s out of bed & energized, running to her phone every time it pings, her smiles blossoming into laughs. Dong-jae’s video clip shows him successfully accomplishing a thigh stand with Jae-young, and he tells her it’s thanks khổng lồ her that he can vì chưng it now. Even gruff Ha-joon says a whole three words, until Hyo-shik forces him khổng lồ show a little more love. With a pained smile, he says that everyone goes through hard times, “Let’s endure them together.”

*
*

She’s dressed to lớn leave, bags packed, when she gets one last message, from Yeon-doo. It’s a homemade “slideshow” of their times together (the Teletubbies one, omg, dying). The last page shows the two of them and asks, “Friends…real?”

The camera pans out to lớn show everyone gathered in the background. Yeon-doo says she couldn’t hate her completely, because of these memories, và tells Soo-ah she’s not alone, “You have friends who would bởi vì anything with you, and you have teachers who’ll take your side no matter what.” Everyone crowds into the picture.

They’ll show her how lớn ask for help, Yeon-doo promises — so she has khổng lồ hurry back. Plus, Yeon-doo wails, she’s the one who made the cheerleading club! Soo-ah’s eyes well with tears.

*

COMMENTS

I know some of you guys (and Lolly
Pip!) were done with Soo-ah weeks ago, but if it helps, I don’t see this as redemption: Soo-ah got saved (and boy, did she need it).

I’ve found her a sympathetic (and desperately pitiable) antagonist all along, and you’ve got to appreciate how she wasn’t written off with a perfunctory, plot-serving, magical turnaround. Her friends rallying to save her doesn’t mean she’s forgiven — it means she has lớn come back and earn it. I’m glad that she was allowed khổng lồ grow as a character, and it underlines again what I think is the primary message of the show: friends forever. It’s a long way for the team to have come, too. Soo-ah is the last through the door, really, because person for person, it’s been a while since Real King & Baek Ho have been divided. I think Soo-ah is the final stitch that knits them together inseparably, for better or for worse.

Soo-ah và the kids need khổng lồ be together lớn fix things — they can’t fix them by being apart, and certaintly not if someone is gone. It’s a special thing about their friendships, & their youth, that the answer khổng lồ their problems is closeness, not distance. They’re not adults, they’re not seeking closure or trying to lớn move on. They’re kids seeking friendship, approval, trust, acceptance from each other. The kids’ repeated message to her is “come back”. But they both need it — she needs their forgiveness và they need her lớn be okay; nobody wants to lớn drive someone khổng lồ kill themselves.

I don’t think it’s necessarily their “fault” that Soo-ah chose khổng lồ try lớn kill herself (more factors went into it than that), but it’s a terrible burden to be left knowing your actions pushed someone over the edge. But in the midst of the moment where she’s so hateful, so wrong, so irredeemable, pushing her to do the right thing seems like an obvious given. That it can go wrong all too easily is a lesson on responsibility for the rest of the kids — one they internalize well, as they close ranks lớn defend Soo-ah against the gossips. & it makes me all warm và fuzzy every time the gang unites.

*

And! Dong-jae, the boy who can’t cảm ứng people, finally overcomes his block, with the one person who needed it the most. It is a little pat, but it’s significant that it comes as a moment of mutual saving, a direct reverse of the time his touch caused harm (and gave rise khổng lồ his phobia), to his cảm ứng saving a life.

I’m in two minds about whether she really meant khổng lồ die. Watching Soo-ah walk around like someone with all her strings cut, there’s no doubt that her mom plays the most instrumental role in breaking her. Mom has her emotionally enslaved in a way that feels much more insidious than, say, Ha-joon’s relationship with his dad, because Soo-ah becomes victim lớn her programming. Trapped inside Mom’s vision for her, she necessarily loses herself, even though her heart still struggles to vày the right thing. In crisis và desperate for correction, she visits her mother, but the dissonance of her response (“it’s nothing”) proves intolerable, shattering their illusory world. (And the worst part? Even after she tries to die, Mom doesn’t change one bit.)

So now, Soo-ah finally sees herself properly for the first time, và though full of regret, she’s hopeful — until the kids’ chatroom messages make her believe she’s unforgivable. She’s vulnerable enough that losing hope of her friends’ forgiveness makes her thua trận hope of forgiving herself. That’s what makes the team’s intervention all the more moving, because it’s not pity they’re giving her, but a chance — to atone, to earn her place, khổng lồ be a worthy friend.

*
*

I admit, I didn’t see Ha-joon’s devotion to Yeon-doo as a crush until last episode. (Will Ji-soo never have an attainable love? For the love of puppies and marshmallows, let him have his honey in his next show, dramaland! Or else!). But I wonder in part if it’s just a matter of timing, with Yeol’s edge being that he caught her heart first. After all, both boys respect her, look out for her, bring her umbrellas, adore her, & most of all, are changed by knowing her. In a lesser (and more aggravating) show, we might even have seen her vacillating between the two, while they ruined their lifelong friendship fighting over her and we tore our hair out. What vì chưng you guys think?

Still, it’s not all timing. They constantly uncover deeper things in common, & we watch them fall so naturally into sync with each other — this episode is peppered with small moments when Yeol drops quiet reassuring touches that are so unaffected and real. Perhaps most importantly, they stimulate each other in ways that cause them to lớn grow. We’ve seen them challenge each other’s prejudices and preconceptions, and we’ve seen each stand by the other during hardship & private sadnesses. Their dynamic is profound in its simplicity — there’s no power-play, no posturing, no pretending. They remain frank & communicative, và you never forget that they’re friends first.

I hope it doesn’t throw a spanner in the works for my favorite sunnymallow friendship, though. I’ll take it as a good sign, that Ha-joonie’s feelings for Yeol remain unmarred by his feelings for Yeon-doo. I love that he can’t even hate Yeol because he loves him! I’m half-worried by what this does to lớn the three’s easy camaraderie, but the other half of me firmly believes in Sassy, come hell or high school. Or finale week. Sob.

Primary Details Cover Image Related Titles Cast Crew Genres Tags Release Information Services External liên kết Production Information
*

Soo A pushes Yeon Doo off the stairs during their argument. Yeon Doo falls down, but Yeol gets injured while breaking her fall. Yeon Doo và Yeol get taken to a hospital. Soo A’s mom tries to lớn cover up things and pretend lượt thích nothing happened. Meanwhile, Soo A suddenly goes missing.(Source: Viu)
Title Replies Views Latest Post
*
Cheer Up! Episode 1 by KDrama
Paradise
1 892
*

*

Prepare your tissues.. Flood of tears is coming

I damn hated Soo
Ah but the moment I saw her regretting her actions sincerely, I just broke in tears. Ha Dong
Jae is such an interesting character really. I mean he's quiet & observant. He was always observing Soo
Ah and I can still remember the time he accidentally hit head with a ball and he empathized with her having a hard life. He remained objective amidst all the chaos và when Soo
Ah asked him to lớn accompany her, he just did. It was amazing that what's happening with Soo
Ah helped him cure his phobia. Well, it's logical since he developed the phobia after hurting someone so he was healed after saving someone.The đoạn phim letters was so damn touching that I"m crying the whole time.

Read More


*

Kwon Soo-ah"s Moment

Kwon Soo-ah really had a turn-around this episode. While it"s very hard to lớn forgive her for what she"s done the past several episodes, she really had a moment khổng lồ reflect. This episode is full of flashbacks, but I think it adds to the turmoil going on inside Soo-ah"s head. I"m glad she asked Dong-jae to lớn hang out with her, even if she hadn"t coincidentally run into him in the hospital. He is always watching her from a distance (and now I"m shipping it since Dong-jae"s phobia is gone, hooray!), and I think he really wants khổng lồ understand and help her.What I loved most about this were the đoạn clip messages the cheerleading team sent Soo-ah while she was recovering in the hospital. It was a really touching moment và made me tear up. Though I haven"t completely forgiven her yet, she"s on the right path & I think she"s going to lớn start what"s best for her now, và not what her mother wants her khổng lồ do.

Read More