Roommate season 2 is a little of this and that.
Here’s the Roommate shake down. What were their first days together like?
Meet and greet time. The best introduction goes to Joon-hyung who was born underneath the same blue sky as the famous moon landing on July 20, 1969. You’re out of this world, Park Joon-hyung!
“M-o-o-n J-o-o-n. Know what I’m talkin’bout? Yo.”
Food Over Sleep: It’s 3:42 a.m. and new roomies Jackson and Kang-joon head out for pork belly. Jackson’s hungry and that trumps sleep.
Happy Birthday, Nana! 24 and there’s so much more.The roommates threw together a surprise, but it was nice anyway – dancing, love posters, and a cake – all in good fun. I am a Nana fan after season 1.
Look down here, Nana, a dance in your honor.
Gook Joo to Nana over their different shopping habits, , “I don’t get along with skinny girls.” ha! Gook Joo knows how to go with the flow and keep it moving. There’s no down time with her around. That grill contraption she brought sure has come in handy, too.
Pilates work out is routine for Bae Jong Ok , but Sunny looks less than elegant all tangled up in the straps. Keep trying, Sunny, it will get better.
The youngest roommates Kang-joon, Young-ji and Jackson, are awfully adorable and add plenty of spice and – l-o-v-e. Young-ji is quite unique. She performed with a traditional drum as her introduction to the group – she is trying hard. Her silent laugh is a killer. She also eats well, I like her.
Did I miss anyone? Oh. Ryohei! He is so quiet and shy. I nearly cried when Seho greeted him upon his arrival at the house and he said it had been 15 years since someone’s done that, as he’s lived alone that long. He was touched. More volleyball time, please. That spike was nice, just nice!
Like I said, a little of this and that. I worked hard to find substance to comment on in this episode. Will the season improve, I wonder? I miss Ga-yeon’s low kick initiation welcome greeting.