After you arrived, every day was enjoyable. Min-young can hardly believe her ears, and she leans down to ask if Byung-hoon ever wanted to be in love. The situation goes as well as you might expect and the librarian is startled at the damning evidence before her. Eh, we'll just have to agree to disagree. Just the outride stupidity in those scenes made me not want to watch the rest. 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? Though, I wanted to know if Chef Dokko forgave her lover for the manipulation. Byung-hoon insists on sending this client away, while Min-young wants to take her on.
I think both Min-young and Byung-hoon have something to learn from each other. Truth be told, none of the actual events that the team planned were all that remarkable—a haircut, a makeover, a mock date—and so, the success was in the little bits of advice that came from the heart. I may have to go back and read all the recaps, because I find myself not in sync with others reactions to this series. Finally, they explained why Arang started working at the agency in the episodes with the love triangle between him, Ray and that girl. She's going to be back in the agency next episode which is going to feature Taemin. I think he brought a lot to this character. I think that's an issue Cyrano needs to work on.
I was wondering the same thing! Love how Cyrano is shaping up. Seung-pyo happens to drive by to spot her, and takes mental note of the visit. I guess I can live with that and the good thing is that they made it up to me with The Cute. He was cool until the very end :D In the late episodes, I really wanted to slap Byung Hoon because of his stupid noble-idiocy thing. In an effort to stall for more time, Seung-pyo swerves in front of the cab, cutting them off.
It's pretty much in-character of him to do so. Using Moo-jin as a test subject, Min-young coaches Su-ah to think of him as a girl and look him in the eye. 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. It could still have been very much better but I'm happy it ended in a nice way. Yeah, a lot of unanswered questions there, but I guess Master had a change of heart about Byung-hoon due to two things: 1 He saw the letter showing that Byung-hoon had helped his brother initially win Yi-seol's heart, and 2 Byung-hoon was willing to give up Min-young, even though it was clear how much he cared about her, because he thought Master would be a better man for her. One thing that I'd like to ask Byung Hoon though.
It seems like the male characters all have interesting back story to explore I can't wait for that. In a way, these characters are still alive, still getting into hijinks and still relying on each other. If you stick on I'll Teach You Love onto the end of Cyrano movie, it's a pretty good version overall. I do wonder what Moo Jin and Min Young will do now that the agency is now a regular theatre. Big impression is one thing but what is essentially a lie is another. Speaking of whom, Byung-hee is an intriguing character to unpack.
I'm hoping Min-young will redeem herself, because she's not wrong about this whole fake set-up thing. It's very, very dangerous to be doing things emotionally as it'll often cloud your judgment at key important moments. That just reconfirms his suspicions that she likes Byung-hoon, which puts his frowny face on. While better than 15 I was disappointed with 16 honestly when Byung Hoon again tried to force Min Young off on The Master I was pissed. The episodes have been brisk, fast paced and filled with great storytelling.
He takes her on a motorcycle ride, arriving at the top of a hill overlooking the city lights. I just feel there isn't any need to push it as hard because it is a rom com :D I enjoyed the drama minus the kidnapping part and am glad for a nice satisfying ending second kiss way better than the first one ;--. I giggled when they locked eyes and that their heartbeats increased. I don't know if I said things clearly xD. I really love how he whispered his confession to her ear. Because in the end, it's sincerity that will make romance work. Not incriminating by themselves, but now this is pinging her suspicion-o-meter and she delves deeper, looking for casefiles.
Very lowkey, but progressive in terms of character growth. Once Min-young introduces herself, she launches into this long-winded explanation: As if I needed to remind you. I wish they didn't cut the second kiss though. Then the same pair of gangsters who threatened Byung-hoon to pay up in the previous episode walks through the door. Clueless is fine, but clueless and not learning anything with no edge kinda really bugs me, especially when they gut a female character from an adaptation and give it all to the male characters. The character the Cyrano team created for the doctor is total swoon-worthy.
And so, I was always thankful to you, and I wanted to tell you how I felt. Byung-hoon mocks Min-young for her inability to identify the target, and she huffs to her skeptical team that she can pull this off. Okay seriously, are you evil or not? He gets up and says to the camera that maybe Byung-hoon needs to lose her in order to come to his senses… and then the camera screen blacks out and Min-young screams. Oh well, I'm just thankful for tvN to produce such great drama and they didn't change the story because of ratings like some. Booking meeting with doctors is much easy now with our services along with. Pouting, Min-young heads out with the files to be trashed and pauses to read the bulletin board with all their mission plans on it. So in that sense, it explains the kidnapping because it is coming from someone as psycho and dangerous as him who firmly believed that if the Agency wasn't involved, she would have been his.