The situation goes as well as you might expect and the librarian is startled at the damning evidence before her. She barely has time to gaze longingly before a crowd gathers, and the same thugs menacingly walk past her. His acting isn't phenomenal but it's good enough that I enjoy watching his characters. She works in a haunted house, after all. Still have to see Third Hospital for Sooyoung and White Christmas for Jonghyun. I've never seen the movie but I did like the first episode. The drama does capture much of the feel of the original and even manages to make the back stage look similar too.
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. The wine, the flowers, the mood — everything is perfect. 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. Then Byung-hoon flashes a business card — how about a job then? I never watched the movie, so I can't judge how well the show portrays its concept of a dating agency based on the first episode. But who is the flower boy here? And let me say I never heard of Soo Young when I watched her in third hospital, but was really drawn to her, and her character here seems so lovable, this young lady is really a joy to watch, she has a natural talent for acting honestly one of the best idols I have seen.
Perhaps it only happens rarely. Thus, in a desire to break free of the monotonous routine, she enjoys crime-mystery novels and is highly skeptical. Minyoung: You will regret it for the rest of your life if you lose someone like me. Definitely not my favourite kind of character, especially since there is masses of them, which I think kind of sends out the wrong message. I hope it's a new client every week because while one client might work for a movie it won't for this kind of drama. In real life, if not a minor, I don't care about the age gap.
He furrows his eyebrows as she tries to explain herself. Mijin is not very tiny but Darin is really, really tall. Min-young gets an earful from her team leader about the unapproved pairing over the phone. Then she downs the rest of her glass, rises from her seat, and confesses her own feelings to the sommelier. He sweetly adds that he admires the fervent passion she has in her line of work, and hopes that it will find a home. She asks him to enlighten her then, and Byung-hoon amuses her. I had forgotten yesterday was the premiere.
Obviously, they'll both grow and that's good, but I wish there weren't quite so many naive girls in dramaland. If that wasn't chemistry between Jonghyuk oppa and Sooyoungie, then I don't know what else to call it. I don't know if this is reliable but from what I read and understand, the actors of the movie Dating Agency, Uhm Tae Woong and Park Shin Hye have a big age gap 1975-1990. This is just the first episode. Gong MinYoung is a young adult! Byung-hoon sends him a look and avoids giving a direct answer, spouting roundabout excuses instead.
One of the co-founders of the Cyrano Theater Troupe along with Byunghoon and Yiseol. Min-young excitedly asks if Byung-hoon has a strategy in mind, and he gives a knowing smile. They even had temporary stints as employees of the Dating Agency. Can't wait for next week Cyrano fighting! Min-young and her client sit on the steps, completely baffled by the situation. Whether there will be a romantic relationship between the two characters - I'm fine with any development. Then he orders his team members to pack it up, and leaves an utterly shocked Min-young in his wake.
But she starts to lose her balance, and Byung-hoon grabs her just in time, pulling her in closer. All i knew was, that it had to be a show about a dating agency. I hope Daniel Choi guest stars, that would be so fucking awesome! He is still very well-known in his former school, as shown in episode 3. So fresh and breezy and just a joy to watch. I don't know if they have popular ones up earlier but I reckon so by popular, I mean net popular not necessarily ratings popular.
Breaking hearts is all part of the job. I like our hero, and i like how instead of a flower boy we get more of a flower ahjussi. And on the sidelines, Min-young casts Byung-hoon an impressed look. Just saw this today and absolutely loved it. Despite that, the age gap doesn't bother me.
Chunhee sure has that mysterious air this time, two-faced even, I must say. . When you look back and see how much they've changed. I can say, however, that i really enjoyed it. I'm looking for chemistry, age doesn't matter.