I Miss You Korean Drama Review Episode 6: The resemblance to Lee Su Yeon is not lost on Han Jung Woo. He chased a girl who resembled Su Yeon’s habits in the rain. It was Zoe. But when he caught up with her, he found out that they look nothing alike.
The investigation on the death of Nurse Jung Hye Mi is still on going. Han Jung Woo approached his dad’s former second hand to after finding him in the records of the CCTV camera. But it turned out that the former second hand went there to do a deal in behalf of his step mom, Hwang Mi Ran.
Han Jung Woo went to Harry Borrison’s place but was greeted by a reluctant Zoe instead. While they don’t resemble each other in face, Jung Woo still sees a lot of Su Yeon in Zoe. It’s her voice and the way she says his name.
The release day of Su Yeon’s rapist finally arrived. Han Jung Woo’s partner prevented him from doing anything he will regret later. But that time, Harry almost ran into him. Su Yeon recognized him and went berserk.
That night, someone broke into his house and evidently killed him.
I Miss You Korean Drama Episode 6 Fashion:
What’s a Korean drama without some major use of fuzzy sweaters? Zoe/Lee Su Yeon veers away from plain knitted pullovers and opts for this colourful graphic-printed one from Kenzo. Like how it was modelled, Zoe paired it with black skinny pants.
Get Her Sweater:
Intarsia Angora Blend Sweater, $320, Kenzo
Even Zoe’s Apron is not ordinary because these adorable floral-printed ones are from Cath Kidston. Seriously, this girl doesn’t loosen up when it comes to fashion.
Han Jung Woo’s mom is equally stylish in a red dress. I’m not so sure about the leggings though. It would have looked classier with a pair of black tights.
Her daughter, Ah Rum, looks significantly nicer in a cute full-skirted dress with adorable collar details and fur vest.
I normally don’t like animal print on young female characters as I often associate this print with more sophisticated older female characters. But Ah Reum proves that a tiny bit of animal print can’t go wrong – especially when the outfit is monochromatic. I laud this girl’s good taste.
Here’s another girl I admire when it comes to her fashion prowess. She can go from edgy chic in cute sneaker wedges from Ash and don vintage style outfits the next. It makes one wonder what she wears to sleep. Oh wait, here it is – a dress.
Get Her Dress:
Ikat Shift Dress, $495, Girl by Band Of Outsiders
Zoe (Lee Su Yeon) wears this to sleep whereas I would wear it anywhere but at home (much less for sleep).
I reckon Harry can wear plain white tee and denim jeans and still look H-O-T but then Harry won’t be caught dead wearing just a plain white tee and denim jeans. No. His taste runs on the expensive.
Deceptively plain pullover if not for the neckline detail. In fact, this pullover can pass up as womenswear if only Harry is not doing such a great job looking good in it.
My eyes zeroed in on that pastel-colored blazer from DEWL (unavailable online) that had me craving for spring. And then her vintage style dress that had me wishing I can drink tea clad in it. I seriously want to shop in her for-bed-only wardrobe.
Get Her Dress:
On top of that, she uses Jimmy Choo loafers as a bedroom slipper. How could you Zoe? How could you?
Failed to take a screenshot but this is the shoe she wore in this scene:
Wheel Leopard Print Suede Slippers, about $495, Jimmy Choo
Zoe leaves us with yet again another covet-worthy ensemble. We are going to see more of this outfit in the next episode so check out the next recap to find out where you can get these items.