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Published 29.10.2014 | Author : admin | Category : What A Man Wants From A Woman

Early Korean working title was "Ggotminam, Yeonaejojakdan" (literally "Flower Boy Dating Agency"). Sooyoung is really good at acting and her role was so cute which made me love it even more.
NOTE: just please, please, PLEASEEEE, DO NOT mind the age gap difference between the lead actors! I'm a sooyoungster so it pleases me to see positive comments on the drama, so as on sooyoung. My headcanon is that Gong Min Young (Sooyoung) got bullied by the girls in her high school, and dumped by like twelve guys four of which cheated on her, so she was really depressed and stopped talking and tried to commit suicide but then her psychiatrist suggested she go on a vacation. If I wasn’t so free when my summer break began, I would not watch this drama despite my great love for SNSD.
Anyway, I am glad to see that Master asked MinYoung out because now the love triangle begins! Do you know what I love about Korean Dramas, there is a wide choice of type of drama to watch. I was just reading some of the comments and want to add that Lee Jong Hyuk is the best thing about this drama. I just hope that Soo Young gets some better direction for her part and matures a little if there is to be any romance between the two.
I am not sure if producers think that mostly men watch these dramas and that men like to see women as stupid. I have never seen Soo Young in anything else but I do think that people are entitled to say if they like someone's performance in a drama or not without having had to have seen other works. Yoon Yi-Seol who has just been introduced in ep.4 looks lovely and intriguing and hopefully will continue to be so as well. The people here do realise that she doesn't get up with Seo Byung-Hoon, but instead ends up as his drama student, if the original movie is anything to go by? Some people are complaining about him being too old for her, but I personally thought an older actress would fit Lee Jong Hyuk better. It would've been better if the lead actor isn't that much old, when I first saw the 1st ep, I thought he can be minyoung's uncle or something..
Please just watch The 3rd Hospital before you comment about Sooyoung's acting,,,,or you just don't like Sooyoung, do you? IMO, Sooyoung and Sunny are the best actresses in SNSD although there's not much opportunities for them to showcase their acting skills.
The sudden embrace takes Min-young by surprise, and a few more seconds of awkward silence pass before she speaks up. Then the same pair of gangsters who threatened Byung-hoon to pay up in the previous episode walks through the door. Back at Cyrano HQ, Min-young entertains the boys with her swashbuckling tale of courage at the train station, only to have Byung-hoon burst her bubble. She excitedly asks Moo-jin about their next course of action, and pouts slightly when he ignores her. Thankfully for Min-young (and us), Arang cheerily explains that this phenomenon occurs when the target finds herself growing curious about the well-being of the one she saved from danger. Astonished by his pragmatic answer, she argues, “You’re in the business of helping people fall in love!
He pegs her for a romantic, and is hard-pressed to believe that everyone in the world longs for romance. Min-young can hardly believe her ears, and she leans down to ask if Byung-hoon ever wanted to be in love. She loses Seung-pyo in her analogy, but he figures that if you can’t trade out the person who hates potatoes, you may as well hire someone who loves them. Then they spot Jae-in trying to hail a cab with a cat (named after another mystery novel character Philip Marlowe) in her arms.
Byung-hoon rushes out as soon as he receives the call while Seung-pyo and Min-young tail the taxi.
The near-accident doesn’t deter Jae-in from climbing out of the taxi and march towards the animal hospital on foot.
Once Min-young is out of earshot, Seung-pyo drops the polite act, and warns the man not to exaggerate his non-injuries lest he actually wishes to end up paralyzed. With Byung-hoon still on his way, Min-young thinks fast and tries to stall Jae-in by the front desk.
Turns out Byung-hoon is allergic to animal fur which explains why he stopped Joon-hyuk from approaching him at their first meeting and avoided to touch the cat. She all but rolls her eyes when Byung-hoon rattles on about how worried he is that their target might fall for him instead, given how cool he looked in the doctor gown. Once Min-young introduces herself, she launches into this long-winded explanation: See, it was the on-call doctor whom Jae-in met last night, not Dr.
It’s clumsy, but it gets the job done, and Jae-in seems reassured that the animal is in good hands. Meanwhile back at the hospital, Byung-hoon hilariously plasters himself to the glass at the sight of the cat. He pops out from behind the glass he’s hiding behind when Joon-hyuk expresses his doubts. In the car, Moo-jin breaks his usual silence to ask Byung-hoon why he hired Min-young to work with them. Then he acts all annoyed when they stop to pick up Min-young to carpool back to the agency. Min-young prevents another oncoming lecture with the suggestion that they should have a welcoming party for her as a new hire. Min-young stumbles back to the bar, rifling through her bag to find an appropriate gift for Master. The Cyrano boys carry Min-young out of the restaurant, and Byung-hoon frowns over the ordinary gift.
Although the two speak politely to each other in jondae, the air is noticeably tense between them. He acknowledges that he’s pretty skilled with knives, and he mysteriously adds that there may never be a chance to properly show them off. When Min-young wakes some hours later, she stumbles across Byung-hoon watching old high school movies by himself on a projector.
But Min-young disagrees with him and admits that people become completely real in their drunken state.
Those drunken words still bother him, so he beckons her forward to ask exactly why she thinks that she’s a better person than he is.
So if she wants to save herself from getting hurt in the future, she can chuck that idea of sincerity out the window. Byung-hoon instructs their client to follow the script as Jae-in trails behind her mystery man, careful to remain unseen. Min-young is surprised that Jae-in is the one to suggest dinner, and Byung-hoon corrects her, saying that the issue wasn’t dinner per se, but rather whom she shared it with.

He points out how ironic it is that Min-young is in the business of creating love matches when in reality, she constantly gets rejected.
To do so requires a certain kind of mystery, and for transparent girls like herself, they always end up getting dumped. That statement puts Min-young on the defensive, and she proclaims that her charm is hidden deep DEEP inside where no one can readily see it.
We catch up with the budding lovebirds at dinner, where Jae-in acts like a giddy teenage girl around Joon-hyuk. At Seung-pyo’s restaurant, Min-young confides in him, saying that though things are going well for their client, the situation still makes her feel uneasy.
He puts her worries to rest, telling her that she can always come work at his restaurant if she’s ever fired. When Joon-hyuk doesn’t pick up either, Byung-hoon puts an emergency call to the other team members to initiate Plan C. So Moo-jin drops by the library in order to grab Jae-in’s attention, who recognizes him from the other night. Jae-in calls him back, but since a call to Joon-hyuk also gets automatically forwarded, it’s Byung-hoon who intercepts the call. Min-young is taken by surprise when Byung-hoon suddenly grabs her by the arm as soon as she arrives at the library. He says that he thought of executing a new plan since he expected that Min-young would backstab him.
The various perspectives surrounding love and romance is a (sometimes belabored) recurring theme in this series, personified by our leads. We still don’t know what the deal is with Seung-pyo aka Master, who is still much of a question mark. It actually started when he was washing dishes and doing chores on the variety show, FO and Kim Su-Ro (another actor in the show) is being mean to him..
Moo Jin makes me laugh hysterically with his deadpan face and deliberate ignoring of Min Young’s every question. Nope nope nope on that one, who is younger than my daughter…gonna always have to be baby Taemin. I just watched both episodes, and I at first thought Master had employed Byung-hoon to help Min-young fall in love with Master, but now I’m not sure.
I thought that the whole situation was planned by Byung Hoon to make her falling in love with him… I mean, He keeps saying that first impression is really important and I feel like… their first meet was fake! It seems like the male characters all have interesting back story to explore I can’t wait for that.
Also I think the high school video gives a hint as to what happened between the Master and Byung Hoon.
I thought it was telling when BH was outlining the FINAL stage of their plan (which I bet the other two did not even know in advance) which revealed the vet’s true nature. He is the chef for his own modest restaurant, which resides next to the office for the Cyrano Agency. The movie had a few things in it, that I think could've been added to this drama, but overall, the movie seemed like a precursor to this drama. She decided to go to Paris, because she'd always wanted to see the eiffel tower and she had an old friend that lived there. I think you could've skipped the creepy part with the girl that has her eye covered by her hair and I think Sooyoung should've been paired up wit the BOYS not the MEN!
There is no profound concept to the plot, it is more of a fun drama for middle school students to watch because they have so much free time. I haven't really seen him properly before as I didn't like GD and stopped watching it after a few episodes. Or if in fact producers think that women like to watch other women in dramas who are stupid. From the first scene in the first episode it was obvious that she did not fit this part well. The writing and directing is a little all over the place and choppy so that momentum is often lost but it is still good enough to watch. Most idols aren't really that good in acting, even if they are, you still can see that there's that newbie feel and so, but SooYoung unnie's acting was one of the best acting from idols I've ever seen!
But please, watch 'SNSD Horror Movie Factor" and "Third Hospital" before you want to criticize. If you want to criticize sooyoung's acting skills please first watch The Third Hospital (but the whole drama not only one episode) and then talk! Although they’re both aware of their close proximity, Min-young seems to be the only one noticeably affected by it. When Min-young grumbles over the fact that it was all staged, he once again points out the importance of a lasting first impression. He muses over the pile of paparazzi-like photos of Byung-hoon and Min-young lying on the table, and he slams his cup over Byung-hoon’s face. Something that can be easily explained by hormones like romance is just a media ploy, he flatly replies.
It takes about two seconds for Min-young to realize that she’s off to see the vet, aka their client, Joon-hyuk. In an effort to stall for more time, Seung-pyo swerves in front of the cab, cutting them off.
Min-young chases after her, leaving Seung-pyo to deal with the supposedly injured taxi driver. Min-young, however, finds Byung-hoon’s allergy highly amusing as he sneezes and scratches in front of the mirror.
Jae-in isn’t exactly happy to run into Min-young for the third time in such a short time span. J (their client), who by the way is perfect, talented, a great man of character, and did I mention perfect? Then he slyly moves behind the glass to place even more distance between the animal and himself. Even if Jae-in ends up falling for him, he can’t shake off the nagging feeling that they deceived her to do so. Ah, so the visit to the library wasn’t part of the plan at all, and Byung-hoon voices his complaints from the backseat. Her presence doesn’t go unnoticed, and Byung-hoon shoots her a point-and-look that basically says, You, come here.
He promptly changes the subject when she mentions the movies, scolding her for hanging around the workplace instead of going home like normal people do. Therefore, she meant every word she said earlier and genuinely wants to find what she really wants to do while working at Cyrano. Arang reports from the subway that Jae-in is on her way to her weekly book club when she catches a brief glimpse of Joon-hyuk at the station. At the designated location, she witnesses two suspicious men (including Moo-jin) converse in the street.

Min-young scoffs – how is she to believe the words of someone who doesn’t even believe in romance? We see Joon-hyuk engage a roomful of gangsters in a fight, and whips around at the sight of Jae-in. He feigns injury which triggers her fantasy once more, and remains mysteriously vague when she asks about his line of work. Initially drawn to the idea to help people fall in love when she quit her job, she admits that she’s confused whether her job at Cyrano is based on something real or just an illusion.
She falls back on her potato metaphor, and asks what happens if the potato lover gets caught meddling with the restaurant.
She starts to panic over how to contact Joon-hyuk, and receives a text from him a minute later. To find out what she was up to was child’s play, given that her actions were predictable as usual.
Already we can see the cracks in that supposed calm and collected temperament of his, and can almost guarantee that he’s harboring some deeper issues.
So you could call him a ringleader who doesn’t house a heart of love nor possesses a desire for one at present. All we can assume at this point is that he has some sort of vendetta against Byung-hoon that we have yet to find out. I liked the script, the actors and the way they act..the plot, the story, even the background music, everythings' perfect! The concept of this drama is intriguing, enough so that I'd want to actually be a part of a team that did this, since I so believe in love and not just romantic love, but in the broadest sense as well. Did anyone else realize that there is always a guest star in every episode I died when I saw tamin and gong Yoo!
But at the same time, I have a feeling MinYoung will somehow reject Master or someone will interrupt the scene and MinYoung cannot answer Master’s request. Oh and yes I do 100% agree that Jong-Hyuk is a tad bit too old for SooYoung unnie but then I kind of got used to it, so I wish this show all the best! Then Min-young surveys the room to find Moo-jin hanging around and their client safely out of sight.
Though her intentions are good, it’s Byung-hoon who drives the point home that her actions do more harm than good. Not that you’d notice of course, given his roundabout and defensive answers regarding anything that hits remotely close to home. Though we know little to none about their history, we can assume that Moo-jin knows about it. I think that he’s trying to get close to Min Young to get at Byung Hoon, it could come in handy later if something happens and she could be on his side.
In a sense both him and MY work towards the same end goal but what MY doesn’t realise is the process of falling in love is as important as sharing that truth with the other party. Seo Byung-Hoon then decides to save his late friend's theatre troupe and forms "Cyrano Agency". The crazy amount of product placement was a bit annoying, but in all the drama was worth watching.
Although the main actress is younger than the lead actor, it doesn't really make you feel uncomfortable. Of course it is harder in our part seeing sooyoung work with old actors but we also respect them and go on with the flow (so does you should be). Sooyoung acts like a 4 year old child, like someone said, and looks so young, why would you pair her up with a person who is so much older than her?
I am a college student and I have been there done that so all these romance advice and stories are not surprising to me at all.
Here in this drama Min Young started looking like she was in her early 20's and now she is acting like a four year old.
I think the same lines could be acted in a way that is a little smarter and not so terribly annoying.
I also like Lee Chun hee since i watched him on Running Man together with Jinhee, Sungsoo, and Changwook ajussi.
This allows for the story to move at a brisk pace that I dearly hope sustains for the rest of the series.
Seung-pyo’s hot-and-cold personality leaves me wanting, and I absolutely love his interactions with Min-young so far. But anyways, thanks for the recap and I’m SO looking forward to the rest of this drama.
I do also find it entertaining that her words affect him so much, she’s going to be affecting him much more than that. I thought mannnn if he actually tries to do anything with that I would ask the cast to be VERY careful and not stand anywhere near him! Please come to my house, I would love to serve you with pleasure, as you're my special guest! I actually think that master and Mingyoung should be together I don't know why but they look cute together!
It's cut how he doesn't know much about the feelings he feels for hye ri, but as time goes by he learns why ep. With that said, I will ask that those who have nothing but criticism and degrading for the efforts of the cast, go watch a drama that suits your taste allow the rest of us to simply enjoy this oh so interesting and funny drama with a very talented cast especially Lee Jong Hyuk. They’re relationship is a main plot point in this drama so these missions are just set ups for their relationship. There's much hard work put on the show, especially by sooyoung so please don't bash her (there's nothing to bash about either).
The necklace was in the boat, not the water, his hair wouldn't stand up like that in water, the clothes would be drenched upon being on top of the dock and how did she get him up there in the first place? Anyhow, I decided to watch the drama just for fun and for Sooyoung (SONE ) I then got caught up with the chemistry between ByungHoon and MinYoung.
I find it interesting to see ByungHoon so mean to her and she’s just being a “romance maniac”.
So that "artistic license" kind of put me off, but I still like the rest of it and I hope Soo Young and Jong Hyuk fall in love. Well the same thing happen with sooyoungsters sones or whatever person that have watch sooyoung's acting skills! Especially when MinYoung keeps talking about the first love and all; it’s giving me goosebumps.

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