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. Then the same pair of gangsters who threatened Byung-hoon to pay up in the previous episode walks through the door. I went through a few minor obsessions, but most petered out by the final episodes. She starts to panic over how to contact Joon-hyuk, and receives a text from him a minute later. Heh, I love that she has a Sherlock Holmes screensaver.
Byung-hoon rushes out as soon as he receives the call while Seung-pyo and Min-young tail the taxi. I'll probably never get to see that, but I would love it as at least a character arc. Thanks for the recap, gummimochi! First impressions really can make a difference. I'd want to be liked for being me. I like Byung Hoon's method of paying attention to the little details about someone, learning to read their character, instead of reading their profile. Aw, this Dorothy is just trying to help the Tin Man find his heart.
No wonder he's in love with himself so much. The Cyrano boys carry Min-young out of the restaurant, and Byung-hoon frowns over the ordinary gift. The doctor pretending to some mysterious man on the run or something. And the Master definitely has a past. Can't we get a good balance between the two? I could definitely use a kdrama obsession! I thought Arang was a young girl ghost. Me time is always good for de-stressing! This also reminds me that I need to stop talking so much when I talk to guys.
A lot better than our hero, but I know he'll crack. May be one of vignettes can be about a married couple try to re-spark the love that was previously in their relationship? At least for the agency, that is. Sure, curiosity and mystery piques our interest, but when you're with someone for so long all that mystery goes away. I thought maybe the gangsters were a set up to that end, but maybe they're a set-up from Master and he's trying to make Byung-hoon fall for Min-young only to snatch her away for himself or something. I couldn't keep a straight face when I saw him holding the knife.
It seems like the male characters all have interesting back story to explore I can't wait for that. All he has to do is give what the client wants without his emotions dictate his actions. Byung-hoon instructs their client to follow the script as Jae-in trails behind her mystery man, careful to remain unseen. Meanwhile, Seung-pyo sips coffee at his restaurant. But Jae-in is a woman on a mission, and she charges past her in order to see the doctor. 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. But Min-young disagrees with him and admits that people become completely real in their drunken state.
I enjoyed this episode and wasn't at all shocked she was fired, she shouldn't be since Master told that could happen. Then she ruffles his hair like a puppy. The vet, surprisingly, played along pretty well. The men disperse and Moo-jin gets on his bike and rides in her direction. Then he rises to attend to another customer whose face is hidden from view. Although the two speak politely to each other in jondae, the air is noticeably tense between them.
Are you the one pulling the strings, Master? I mean how is he going to explain his actual day job is just a regular vet and not some mystery man that she's fantasizing about? Min Young believes in the fairy tale love where it's about creating the ambiance and the setting so perfect that the other person can't help but fall in love with you. His character definitely confuses me, but I guess he's supposed to. At any rate, it look intriguing and super fun so far. I think both Min-young and Byung-hoon have something to learn from each other. Moo Jin makes me laugh hysterically with his deadpan face and deliberate ignoring of Min Young's every question.
I kind of think the Master is the other guy in the video and I don't know what happened maybe the girl died or something and they each blame the other, but whatever it was it left both of them hurt. It makes for a more intriguing story and one with a quick, peppy pace. I'm really hoping this continues to be fun and compelling. So if she wants to save herself from getting hurt in the future, she can chuck that idea of sincerity out the window. Then Min-young surveys the room to find Moo-jin hanging around and their client safely out of sight.
Something like what the original had, such as sense in dressing men up, creating an image--anything that could make her experience useful. Then I love how vain Byung-hoon actually is. I'm hoping Min-young will redeem herself, because she's not wrong about this whole fake set-up thing. Min-young visits Joon-hyuk at the animal hospital to convey her thoughts about the case. I do also find it entertaining that her words affect him so much, she's going to be affecting him much more than that. Omg, I kind of love drunk Min-young. It'll either get you a date or a slap in the face, depending on how you act.
Really glad that you are recapping this gummi and thanks! What I see as the main sticking point between the main couple is the typical one seen in the interactions between men and women: Byung Hoon doesn't believe in love, any more. I'm also relieved that they will go with the overlapping per week plan. She's going to be back in the agency next episode which is going to feature Taemin. Free movies online without downloading , high quality at movies123. Min-young is taken by surprise when Byung-hoon suddenly grabs her by the arm as soon as she arrives at the library. 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.