A woman bids farewell at Paddington Station in 1942 as her child is evacuated during the Blitz - by Bert Hardy.
Reason # 923841834398f834 of why I love skks: (yes there is a letter in there cos simple numbers are simply not enough)
Yoon Hee: whenever I thought of Father, I couldn’t recall his face. I only remembered his silhouette through the door
Yoon Shik: Noona, you really didn’t know? Father always sat next to the door and read in his loudest voice. He always chose books too hard for a little boy like me to understand. Father was always reading aloud, not to me, but to you sitting outside the door. Noonim, you really didn’t know all this time?
Father (narration): It pains me to see my daughter’s increasing knowledge. As a teacher, the child’s talent is praiseworthy. However, to a daughter who is unable to progress in this society, is it right to teach her such ambition? The helpless father who is unable to give his talented child that chance…holding my breath as I listen to my daughter read,I once again cry silently in my heart
credit: goe:ss for the subs
Trawling the Sungkyunkwan Scandal tag for reasons and got hit all over again by massive SKKS sentiment. Yoon Hee, you wonderful brilliant gritty bitter idealist, ILU.
In memoriam: purchased on clearance by necessity in Salina, KS last summer, beloved by all, suffered irreparable structural failure yesterday. Best $2.33 I ever spent. (at Old Navy)
I love their friendship. My favorite Jason-Lafayette moment is later in this episode, when Lala gives the rednecks what-for and then as he walks away Jason reaches out his hand to high-five him.
I reblogged this one year ago today ;)
LOL and I was watching that ep again yesterday. Probably my very favorite episode.