h=373&w=624&m=6&q=60&o=t&l=f" title="Part of what makes a film a memorable experience is often the music attached to it. - Abagond/Getty Images" width="624" / Part of what makes a film a memorable experience is often the music attached to it.
Filmmakers use familiar music to help shape a mood, convey a feeling or even serve as a narrative filler to say the sort of things that a screenwriter simply can't.
Meanwhile, because Danny is a virgin at 22, his brother Larry (Eddie Kaye Thomas), who runs a limousine service, gets him a string of hilariously disastrous blind dates in between rentals.
The female lead is so pathetic that is so painful for me to watch. I've never got myself taken into drama too much but this drama makes me fill WOWWWW. The chemistry between han groo and woo jin very good!!! I actually fell off my stool at one of their nonsense..
Maybe a lot of people enjoyed watching this but I'd rather move on to another kdrama that will suit my taste. Misunderstanding between characters keep on happening, and there's a high chance you'll hate the second leads with all your heart as well. Despite of there're so much comedy in every episode, the storyline is also fascinating. Jin Woon's smile is really a killer, but from the few scenes when he was being rejected and wanting to salvage the relationship, I think he can be the male lead in future. I already watched 3 times but I just cant get enough.
A perfect man, Kong Ki-Tae (Yeon Woo-Jin), is forced to marry by his family, but he doesn't to marry. As a girl, she looks irresponsible in love and working. He is clear in the clear when falling in love and know how to resist his ex-lover as opposed to Jang Mi a desperate person in seeking a lover. THIS DRAMA IS SO DAMN NICE AND INTERESTING AND FUNNY!! i just randomly watched this drama but got addicted after the 1st eps till the end. all I did is to laugh and laugh starting from the first episode until the last. It has a very good timing too of what happens in the story. A young man with lots of aspiration, he is also upright..like mad to clear his loan.
To make his family give up, he introduces a woman, Joo Jang-Mi (Han Groo), to them that they would never accept. I understand the mother part, but the rest of this drama us for the birds. She can leave her work or just take leave to attend personal matter. I do not feel sorry for her when she was fired as she has not taken her work seriously bit too engrossed to get involved in a relationship. Overall, I continue to watch because of Gi Tae who keeps the drama alive. every ep has its own charm so you won't be bored ... one of the best rom-com drama ever, made me laughed in all of episodes and the loveline also quite strong, plus i really the lead cast acting, so natural and expressive but not overact, especially yeon woo jin! Personally, I had infinite cringes with this dramas as it is way too makjang and I thought some of the reasoning was just bad. I even love the character of Lee hoon dong who made lot of crazy things. He is the soulmate of Jang Mi...spearheaded a business so that Jang Mi can hold her head high...
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