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While the tension increases between Taekyung and Shinwoo, Go Mi Nam struggles to keep her secret from the press.
Go Mi Nam's aunt may shed some light on the whereabouts of her mother, and we get a new character!
Go Mi Nam finds a photograph she thinks may have been sent by her birth mother. And Jeremy is scared of gay vampires.
Go Min Nam struggles to fit in and not piss off Tae-Kyung... she fails at both.
Introducing the new summary series: You're Beautiful. We meet our protagonist, Go Mi Nyu, and all sorts of shenanigans ensue as the pilot episode unfolds. Hope you all enjoy this series!
Nycea's back with the birth of Sailor V, updates on Hina, and Tuxedo Mask's childhood memories!
The climatic ending to Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon! It's been a great run, everyone. Thank you so much for watching, and happy holidays!
Let's drink the holiday season away and watch terrible things happen to characters we've become attached to. *hic*
A PGSM Summaries double feature! Minako's illness is taking it's toll. Can she still fight for justice against terrifying demon children?
Zoisite sends a youma after Sailor Moon in order to trade her life for Mamorou's!
Mamorou has one last day with Usagi, and the scouts fight last episode's youma.
Usagi trains to suppress the power of the mystical silver crystal, and then flies for some reason.
The girls try to hook up Makoto and Motoki, but that pesky super hero thing gets in the way again.
Minako and Rei face off in a bizarre competition to win the next big pop song.
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