Seasons of Blossom Episode 1-4 DoramasFlix
Sprinkled throughout these further novelettish scenes, we also meet Jae- min’s lovable classmates, one of whom gets herself into quite the riddle. YOON BO- MI( Kang Hye- won), class chairman and habitual people-pleaser, has famously been in a “ some ” relationship with Jae- min — they veritably obviously like each other, but have yet to confess and make it sanctioned.
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On what starts out as Bo- mi’s perfect day, Jae- min eventually makes his passions known, giving her time to suppose it over before responding. She’s virtually floating on air as she anticipates their regale date that night, but also two effects that shoot her perfect day into a breakdown.
The first is that So- mang arrives, and Jae- min calls off regale so he can sort through his recently awakened passions of grief and confusion.
The second is that Bo- mi agrees to have lunch with two classmates who are hoping to come musketeers with her as a means of getting close to Jae- min. Bo- mi gives them the benefit of the mistrustfulness, but her stylish friend KANG SUN- HEE( Oh Yoo- jin) sees right through them. When the other girls admit that one of them has a crush on Jae- min, Sun-hee tries to discourage them by saying she does, too.
Bo- mi can’t bring herself to hurt her stylish friend, so she makes a choice that has an unanticipated ripple effect. She claims she has no interest in Jae- min — because she likes someone differently. The boy she names, CHOI JIN- YOUNG( Yoon Hyun- soo), seems a doubtful choice due to his stoic and blunt nature, but Bo- mi figures that will make it easy to say formerly and move on.
Not so. Not only does Sun- hee not believe her, but Jin-young himself overhears the discussion and confronts her. Now, Bo- mi has to either come clean or double down on her taradiddle and let it keep snowballing, and she chooses the ultimate. This leads her to do effects like tell Jae- min she just wants to stay musketeers and mate up with Jin- youthful when So- mang asks for levies to clean the art room after the academy.
Bo- mi’s problem has such a simple answer — just tell Sun-hee and Jae- min the verity! — and yet, as a recovering people-pleaser myself, I can sympathize with her desire to avoid hurting the people she cares most about, and her current incapability to understand that this choice is bound to end up hurting them far worse than the verity would have.
But Bo- mi isn’t the only one hiding her passions to cover her friend. Sun-hee’s falsehood about liking Jae- min wasn’t fully false after all. She’s known him longer than Bo- mi has long enough, it would feel, to know about Ha- min — and she saw how he was eventually suitable to smile again when he transferred back then and met Bo- mi. All she wants is to see him and Bo- mi happy, so she offers to tell Jae- min that Bo- mi didn’t mean it when she said she wanted to stay musketeers.
Bo- mi, of course, doesn’t know the backstory. So, in despair to keep her taradiddle round, she strikes a deal with Jin- youthful they’ll pretend to be in a relationship so everyone will believe that she likes him and not Jae-min.
I admit that going in, I was the bitty bit upset Seasons of Blossom would veer exorbitantly sad, but I absolutely loved the admixture of sadness and warmth these occurrences had rather. It feels veritably wholesome and comforting, and impeccably suited to the changing of summer into fall.
important as I anticipate the rest of the story to center on Jae- min and So- mang’s trip toward mending, the parallels between Ha- min and Bo- mi are what stood out most to me from this premiere. Both are( or were) class chairman, well-liked, and outwardly nearly indefectible. But both hide their real characters and inner fermentation so as to keep that indefectible image complete. I suspect that So- mang’s influence at the academy may end up being as much about helping Bo- mi overcome what Ha- min couldn’t as it's about bringing check to So- mang and Jae-min.