Some of it felt so cliched it was rather painful. I missed you so much since Incarnation of Money, gummimochi!! Blast of rock music as King Jong Hyuk is introduced. They could have chose a better male cast though. Especially since he didn't learn his lesson. I thought it was good, but there is really nothing special about it. His characters both dramas exude 'cool hotness' somehow.
The drama does capture much of the feel of the original and even manages to make the back stage look similar too. Both are different enough to hold on their own so far. Moo-jin offers her his helmet, fiddles with some dials, and has her look at the city through the visor. Even Gu Family Book has a 7 year gap between the leads! Almost every episode has its own love stories so most people can find themselves relating to one of them. She fit the character well and it seems she has natural screen presence.
The convoluted ending was a turn off. Personnally, I loved watching the story between MooJin and HyeRi. However overall it was enjoyable. He later married Yi-seol, and died in a car accident. Byung hoon and min young would fit that last category. Maybe for the eyecandy, but this is supposed to be a review, not fangirling, so yeah, nope.
Alas, the form worked quite well, but I felt like there wasn't enough of the romance missions, it could've done with at least 3 or 4 more. However, I was able to appreciate the breezy directing and the absolutely spot on music. Though admittedly of little sustainable substance, if you're seeking airy and memorable fun, look no further. You don't see many idols who can act well, so watching her was very refreshing and fun. Though eventually it may have become repetitive in a longer series, the soundtrack excels.
I also like how some of the cases reflect the issues and matters facing the agents at the same point in time. Min-young denies it, and pushes him away from her. I guess that is just my wishes. TvN never fails to disappoint me. Ha, I love her shocked Who, me? It was also fun to guess which cameo they would bring out next.
She asks him to enlighten her then, and Byung-hoon amuses her. Using his masterful stage skills, he forms the Cyrano Dating Agency. The team employs elaborate stagings to help their clients snag the ones they love. She also actively takes passes at the main male character in some nice little side swipes. From the get go, this drama is funny and frank and draws you into the characters as if they were people you knew your whole life.
Loved how this was sort of a case for min young — it fit her perfectly — even though byung hoon provided alot of insight through the earpiece lol. I might rewatch this in the future. Instead, he tells her she ought to fix it and return it the next time they meet. I like the two Agency boys even though they don't have much lines. I may have to go back and read all the recaps, because I find myself not in sync with others reactions to this series. Still warming up to Lee Jong-hyuk, whom I don't really know at all as an actor and he's indeed not that typical kind of flower boy.
When she rests her head against the window in defeat, the back door unexpectedly opens. Meanwhile, Gong Min Young Choi Soo Young is one of the members of the dating agency. But they were all very fitting for the drama, and would be played for just the right scenes, so it wasn't all too bad. I just can't picture SooYoung with Jong Hyuk. It's not ground breaking, but it was not horrific either.
He sweetly adds that he admires the fervent passion she has in her line of work, and hopes that it will find a home. We get to know our team members better our narrator proving that all we see on our screen happened in the past. Using Moo-jin as a test subject, Min-young coaches Su-ah to think of him as a girl and look him in the eye. If it were that Cyrano actually just fell in love with Roxanne as he help Christian then there would be a reason for us to sympathize with Cyrano like the play. I think that's where he differs from Anthony Kim though, because he's not all about money. The cast is alright - Sooyoung puts in a fairly okay performance for her very cheery character, the supporting cast are alright, and I enjoyed Lee Jong Hyuk's performance the most - perhaps the character with the most growth throughout the show.
And so, Su-ah puts herself in their hands. This leads to a bet: If she succeeds, she can order Byung-hoon to do one thing. Min-young loses herself in her empathy with her descriptions about all of the overwhelming feelings that come with falling head over heels in love. Here you can watch the latest Korean drama series and other Asian shows with English subtitles for free! She seems the real sunshine girl - young, naive and spontaneous but thankfully not an idiot. Makes me want to give the movie a second chance I can't remember why I didn't finish it. I didn't realize they had such a big age gap until i read some of your comments above, but from someone who came in blind, their age difference wasn't apparent to me. It didn't really try to be deep or hold some secret message, but it did offer some insights to love that made me view relationships in a certain way.