Category Archives: Two weeks

Quick Picture Recap 2 Weeks


Funny scene when Tae San thought that In Hye is a statue. This marks the start of their relationship.


Tae San forces In Hye into an abortion to protect her. He is threatened to be scapegoat for a crime.



Due to In Hye’s request, Tae San went to the hospital to test if he is suitable for a bone marrow transplant. He meets Soo Jin who puts her stuff toy monkey in his care and makes him promise he will return it.


Tae San grins as his bone marrow matches Soo Jin and the surgery is two weeks later.


Mi Sook offers to help her life saviour, Jae Kyung, with her revenge. Jae Kyung’s father was killed in the past and she wanted the bad guys to pay for all their crimes.


Tae San wakes up in a pool of blood and found Mi Sook dead.


Tae San is arrested for a murder he did not commit.


Seung Woo, In Hye’s fiance, does not believe that Tae San is framed.


Tae San assures imaginary Soo Jin that he will ask the prosecutor for help to save Soo Jin.


A car accident occurs. Tae San thinks that escaping is the best plan to save his daughter’s life as he was almost strangled to death in jail and no one believes him. The start of his two weeks escape as a fugitive begins.


Tae San narrowly escapes in a truck filled with sand.



Tae San helps grandma catch chicken but leaves hurriedly after a short meal due to police hot on his heel.


Tae San ties up mother and child in order to survive. He helps them repair burglar alarm before leaving.


Tae San’s best friend is killed. One more crime added to him. Sigh, such a worthless sacrifice.


Tae San helps a mother give birth before proceeding with his escape.


Tae San is exhausted. Imaginary Soo Jin gives him strength.


Tae San is shot due to someone “disrupting” Seung Woo’s aim.


Tae San manages to escape with a swollen face.


Tae San secretly visits his daughter.

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Flashback to Tae San eating In Hye’s favourite food, shrimp, even though he is allergic to it.


Tae San does not want to be made use of anymore. He wants to fight back!


Another escape.


Tae San realises the cop hot on his heel is In Hye’s finance. He is ashamed a person like him is Soo Jin’s father.


After Tae San lost the camera that holds evidence that Jae Kyung needs, he feels useless. He also feels sorry towards Soo Jin as he made her long for father love just like him.


Tae San finally meets his daughter after setting some traps for the bad guys and escaping well.


Tae San’s criminal record is cleared as he is being proven innocent with Jae Kyung’s help. The bad guys are finally caught.


Family outing!


Tae San promises to become a father Soo Jin can depend on before leaving.

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Korean Drama Review 2 Weeks

Two weeks (2013) 两周

Genre: Action, Romance, Crime, Thriller

Enjoyment: 9/10  Pace: 9/10  No. of times I watched it: 1

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starring  Lee Joon Ki as Jang Tae San and Park Ha Sun as Seo In Hye and Lee Chae Mi as Seo Soo Jin (Tae San’s daughter).
Plot: Jang Tae San (Lee Joon Ki) escapes from an overturned police car after being falsely accused of murder. His daughter is sick with leukemia and only Tae San’s bone marrow matches hers. Tae San has to keep himself alive and uninfected until the surgery date. With the police and bad guys hot on his heels, will he be able to survive and prove his innocence? The drama spans exactly two weeks, and tells of Tae San’s desperate struggles to save his daughter who brings him courage to live on.

Zoom into characters: Tae San is a kind-hearted person who does not even reject eating his girlfriend’s favourite food even though he is allergic to it. Although he does not seem to be able to kill a fly, he suddenly forced his girlfriend into an abortion. In Hye is Tae San’s girlfriend who gives birth to his child without him knowing and raising her as a single parent. She cuts all ties with her parents as she does not want to go overseas with them. Soo Jin (Tae San’s daughter) is a bright and mature child who is determined to recover from her illness.

 

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