Also, if Jung's father was like Jung when he was younger yet grew up to be the nice, giving man he is today, why can't Jung? Already he's showing more of his father's side with Sul, constanly helping her out with schooling issues.
The difference being Jung's dad (pardon my French) was called out on his shit early on.
Jung went unchecked. His dad thought Prof. Baek was overreacting.
Sul (to the extent) is having a really nice tempering effect on Jung though, or at least recently.
Also, for people saying that all In Ho and In Ha's problems are anger, you're mistaken. In Ha is truly crazy. D: Sure, anger is part of it, but you can get angry and shout like In Ho, or you can PHYSICALLY ATTACK SOMEONE OVER A SHIRT. THE HELL. So far, NOTHING Jung has done or SUPPOSEDLY did even compares to those siblings. All he's ever done is slightly manipulate a situation to his advantage, but he's never hurt anyone (that we know of).
I'm not sure what to say. Anger is anger? She has serious anger problems, I never said she didn't, but she is definitely not a sociopath or psychopath either. She attacked a girl over a shirt, but that's the extent of it. Once she got dragged away, it got dropped from her mind. She didn't go back to get revenge. She deals with things as they come in her path. A sociopath would be much more cold and calculating.
I'm sure In Ha has serious self-esteem issues which is why she takes it out on everyone around her. In Ho is said to have talent with the piano. What does she have? She is told flat out that she has no artistic skill. She has no money. She has no name. There's no way she doesn't have some self-hatred that she just bottles up. She has a serious need for a psychiatrist though, no doubt about that. She needs help.
And, you can't call Prof. Baek a hypocrite and blame him for dying. If he managed to curb Jung's dad's issues, I'm sure if he had lived, he would've done the same for the siblings. Yes it's ironic they ended up turning out so messed up, but by no means is it hypocritical. The siblings anger is most definitely a byproduct of their rocky childhood growing up. I seriously doubt it's part of their core personality.
What's disturbing about Jung isn't the extent of what he did, but how well he carried it out considering how quickly he changed his mindset and at such a young (emphasis on young) age. I mean yeah, he has some problems with dealing with outsiders, but in comparison to the Baek sibling's scenario, that's chump change. Let's not kid ourselves, the good definitely outweighs the bad. And yet, he has a very large manipulative streak and shows little to zero remorse for all the things he did when he's like, what 8, 10 tops? This is the age where kids cry their eyes out watching movies like The Lion King or are terrified of villains like Cruella de Vil. They shouldn't be so adult in their manipulations.
In the span of one night he
1) Wooed a girl he had no idea how to deal with before, and got her to completely love him
2) Managed to grab a cup of alcohol and get the girl to suggest (he doesn't even do it himself) that they "both" drink it
3) Got the girl to tear her own doll in half, a doll she carried around with her everywhere
4) Framed another kid for the alcohol even though he had advised him before
5) Got wasted girl and everyone else to think Jung's the bee's knees
Btw, he did all of this cuz she broke his truck (which I'm sure with his money he could've gotten 10 other in its place).
His manipulations were carried out too brilliantly and flawlessly for him not to be mature enough to realize he's doing something wrong. Why else would he have blamed Joo Young for the alcohol? He knew he would've gotten in trouble if the truth came to light. He might not have understood the moral issues with his actions (which is a whole other can of worms), but he sure as hell knew he shouldn't get caught in the act.
Holy crap I typed a research paper. Okay I'm out LOL