Netflix’s Hello Me Episode 10 Recap: Flavoured Snacks

Hello Me is a South Korean TV series starring Kim Young-kwang, Choi Kang-hee, Eum Moon-seok and Kim Yoo-mi. The series is based on the 2011 novel Fantastic Girl by Kim Hye-jung. Hello Me episode 10 is directed by Lee Hyeon-Suk.

Hello Me episode 10 recap:

Hello Me episode 10 continues the streak of finally giving the viewers episodes that we can truly care about and characters that have layers to them rather than being one-dimensional.

So, Ha-ni and Yu-hyeon are fully immersed in trying to find out a snack that truly resonates with the masses. They employ Scarlett to be the taste-tester and it works out well for them. After going through several recipes and working hard to formulate one that tastes the best, the two of them finally discover the perfect one that is a combination of different flavours and also gives a dose of nostalgia. Ofcourse, Scarlett has a role to play here, with her getting a hold of people from different backgrounds to give feedback for their initial batch of snacks.

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  • Hello Me Episode 10
  • Hello Me Episode 10

On the other hand, Ha-ni and Scarlett get into a tiff regarding the latter going to meet their grandmother as well as trying to sign up with Anthony. In the former case, Ha-ni is taken aback when she gets to know that her mother has seen Scarlett at her sister’s place and has to lie to her mother to avoid suspicion. However, there’s a mystery in our hands here in Hello Me episode 10 – when Ha-ni’s grandma gives Scarlett the phone charger, she says something baffling that we might be able to uncover in the upcoming episodes.

Meanwhile, Ha-ni is also flabbergasted that Scarlett signed up with Anthony and tries to not let her work with him. However, when Anthony falls into a problem, the two girls decide to help him out. It is here that everyone is absolutely spellbound seeing Ha-ni, who, after a little makeup, looks flawless.

Everything is also happy and exciting in Yu-hyeon’s life, with him now gearing up to be an uncle. However, his aunt is scheming and that does not bode well for the family. Neither does Ji-man’s medical diagnosis that we finally get to know. It’s a sad revelation, especially because he’s on his way to be a grandfather. However, no one knows about it and the news will definitely be devastating for everyone, especially Yu-hyeon.

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  • Hello Me Episode 10

Scarlett also seems to be very interested to know where her father is, which makes sense since she is unaware of the accident. Speaking of the accident, Anthony reminisces about the time during Ha-ni’s father’s death and it’s such an absolutely heartbreaking scene. Major props to actress Lee Re for portraying a devastated young Ha-ni – might just bring you to tears.

Hello Me episode 10 is, again, a good episode that pulls on your heartstrings and entertains you thoroughly. Hopefully, the series goes on with this streak and keeps on entertaining us.

Hello Me episode 10 is streaming on Netflix.

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Hello Me episode 10 is a good episode that pulls on your heartstrings and entertains you thoroughly.
Archi Sengupta
Horror Movies + Cats > People

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