Just saw this today and absolutely loved it. Like a lot of you, I’m definitely in the mood for a light, breezy, romantic comedy, and this fit the bill. And as loose and somewhat vague the core theme and plot is, there is the original story as well as the film from which I’m sure they’ll find plenty to run the steam train with.. Just gonna hope there’s some semi realistic plotting and story telling included amongst the eye candy. I noticed our hero also has a very keen eye like sherlock, who is able to tell you about someone’s life based off of appearances.
Their newest assignment is to try to fix up a veterinarian and his crush, a librarian who likes mysterious men. I’m still not sold on the relationship between Byung-hoon and Min-young. There’s a fifteen year age difference between the actors.
Lee Jong Hyuk is way too attractive for his age. Sooyoung is really doing well in her role as well. I’m in this for Lee Jong Hyuk, but the team is adorable, especially Jo Yoon Woo. (How ’bout that Flower Boy Ramyun Shop reunion?) I didn’t realize how big of a role SooYoung had in this drama from watching both the trailers and the original movie.
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Then it takes a realist for her to challenge her to do what she originally set out to do. Furthermore, I like that we don’t get the classic side characters attached to our heroine. There’s no mother to nag her about her career or a best friend who yaps on about the mundane everyday bits of dramaland.
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. While the characters weren’t particularly nuanced, they were exceedingly enjoyable. This low-budget romantic comedy became the sleeper hit of 2010, attracting more than 2.7 million viewers with a simple plot and an under-the-radar cast.
In a dimly lit restaurant, a man breaks into a nervous smile in front of the woman sitting across from him, who smiles bashfully in return. The wine, the flowers, the mood – everything is perfect. Lee Chun Hee puts in a strong performance too with the material he’s been given. All of them played their characters well. There were also a lot of great cameo appearances.
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I think MY as a character, while not keenly observant and highly idealistic, adds a sense of romance to the agency creating romances. I like her as a character and hope she manages to get under BH’s skin as much as he has gotten under hers. Finally a decent rom-com that I can really get into. Sooyoung’s acting is serviceable and there’s some serious chemistry going on between her and LJH, which hurrah!
Inside, the Cyrano team members brief Byung-hoon on Jae-in, a librarian who knows hapkido and enjoys reading crime novels in her spare time. She often gets in trouble for her strong sense of law-keeping within the library, hasn’t been in a relationship for some time, and shuts down her suitors. She happily reports that librarian Jae-in is an quick and efficient worker who loves her job. Her face falls when Byung-hoon tells her that her report falls far below his expectations. So it’s on the job training at the library where Min-young insists that she hasn’t fully committed to working at the agency yet, though her actions have clearly said otherwise. Min-young ushers the client inside to Cyrano Agency with great enthusiasm.
The dialogue has a bit of bite to it too, which is nice. All I know is that there is malice towards our Sherlock. I’m okay with a nice, cute fluffy drama but I feel like @Panadera_Cubana that there is more going on that we are only getting hints at right now.
I can’t believe Ah Rang had no clue she liked him. I guess working in Cyrano has yet to teach him to be more perceptive to the opposite sex. There goes their 100% success rate… The thing is, now I’m more interested in the back story of Cyrano Agents and mysterious Master than the client’s story. I still enjoyed every minute of it, though.
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Take for instance, the Cyrano boys, who barely got a few lines in the episode and were never actually addressed by name. However, the brief glimpses that we got dropped enough clues to inform us that they understand Byung-hoon better than anyone else, and even then, he’s still a mystery. Barbara apr am great job i spent a pickup artist blog. Chat and biodata pemain https://hookupinsight.com/mennation-review/ know responsible.
Then he barks at her to hurry up and Min-young trudges along after him like the reluctant high-schooler she is. Ho-yeol’s foot acting doesn’t help either and Se-kyung hardly bats an eyelash after he awkwardly delivers his prepared lines. The sight of Se-kyung through a window as he walks down an adjacent corridor triggers a memory of the time she once mended a minor cut on his hand.
On one hand, since it’s only up to 12 episodes (extension, please?) it’s good to stretch things out and if it has two per week, it’ll end in just over a month. But the wait~~~ Anyway, that adds to the excitement of looking forward to what’ll happen next. I do love the scene where the President sung together with the young Seyi. 😉 Plus I never thought I’d like the song Troublemaker until I watched it on ep.2. Also, it’s good to learn(?) about K-pop oldies.
When you know which is 2% of high school students lack heodang digested unique charm and character-filled atmosphere of anticipation drove across the pole. Once upon a time, young people aspired to be adults. They wanted to be seen as sophisticated, worldly, self-assured. One of the marks of youthful sophistication for many young St. Louisans was a visit to Cyrano’s.