Gosh, your description of the role sounds just like what Park Si Yeon played in Nice Guy — might that character have inspired you in any way? She makes Jung Woo think that she marry him because of money. As the show progressed and as I heard more positive things about it than I expected, I decided to give it a whirl — and came away pleasantly surprised. But for this drama, I can definitely see her in a get up like that. Sure she says that's part of her revenge plan, but that's not all that believable. My best guess is that it's to do with Angry Dad aka Seung-hyun and Yeo-jin's father.
Now that they get a new hand, things should work out better, as they certainly can't be worse. I have this weird feeling about the head security guard. Oh and forgot Seo Kang Joon was in this. I told you that I liked me for who I am right now. Jung-woo is very proud of becoming the modern-day prince riding that white horse, the kind of guy women wish will rescue them.
He wanted to pursue his work, but did not take who she was and what she wanted out of life into consideration. Ae-ra knows this is preposterous — if only she could remember what happened after she left the company dinner last night! I love watching jealous dorky Jung Woo. But then again, why is she still angry with him? She thought he'd be a civil servant and she'd be taken care of, since she had tried hard before and kept coming up short. He had a romantic perception of love , he still does when treasuring all of his memories with her. The added-on animosity that they feel towards each other in subsequent scenes is done less elegantly, I have to say. Other readers are totally bashing either the male or female lead but I have to say that our leads' actions are totally motivated by their feelings for each other. I think she did see a nerdy guy and fell in love, but who he was or what he wanted out of life never entered into her world at that time.
I get that she feels cheated that he got his big-break after they divorced and she wasnt there to enjoy the fruits of her labour. Make him apologize or show he's grateful for her support while it lasted? The decision to end Episode 3 with a rather weak cliffhanger had me worried, but Sly and Single Again impressed me by moving past that moment quickly, even working it for a few quality laughs. So good for her, as I do like her as an actress despite her lack in range , she's naturally charismatic and I do agree that she does have a knack on building chemistry. Only an extended cameo in Grandpas…boo! And then, the show dealt with each of the items at various points in the drama, until the issues are all out in the open and our leads are realistically in a place where they truly want to reconcile and start over. The levels of animosity are also much higher in Emergency Couple.
Just remember, all this bad stuff is stuff that can and should be overlooked while watching this show. Kinda like the happy go-lucky poor guy who bounces around the girl trying to make her feel good and wears her down. The definitely see the Persuasion connection. I love the fact you like the show. The scene plays out before our eyes, with Ae-ra looking sleek and sexy in her James Bond outfit. The shape, the way the light hits them, the way they crinkle when he smiles.
I finally realize how happy that can make me. And good for her, that her appreciation for that runs deep enough to outweigh any and all romantic factors, despite the kind of scorn she has received from being a single, divorced woman. He faced up to his feelings very well, which gave him a maturity emotionally — the flower-boy-man-child thing that I dig. Yeo Jin totally pretended to be reasonable just to get Jung Woo into the meeting room, where she then coldly threw him under the bus. I'm to busy to actually watch but I'm glad I can still follow along! That was my first time seeing him and I thought, wow, who is this guy? Lee Min Jung and Joo Sang Wook turn in quality performances as our lead couple, and are the key reasons to tune in to this unassuming little show that turned out to be quite a bit more heartwarming than I expected. With such low and cautious expectations, I suppose I was easier to please? She has new drama coming soon. I think I liked Lee Min Jung in this more than you did.
Like all the times Past Jung Woo and Past Ae Ra showed up in happier times. She felt real and sincere, and I found myself liking her more and more as the show progressed. Despite what he put her through and what she suffered because of him, she seems more than willing to move on from it. As mother and daughter talk in bed, Mom tearfully expresses regret at having pushed Ae Ra to marry Jung Woo, thinking him a smart civil worker. Ae-ra responds to his posturing with some wonderful scornful expressions, but the cost of the wine does make an impression. Still, this is actually a drama I can rewatch because of the cute leads.
Not ready for Fated to love you yet! In his office, Jung-woo puzzles over the unfinished message. They eventually get married, but they also get divorced. Seeing him in a flat-out comedy like Haeundae Lovers is proving to be very refreshing so far! She had a goal, not sure what, maybe nurse? Jung-woo may be a tremendous jerk at times, but thank goodness Ae-ra won't be taking it lying down. I am so impressed at how well you know my taste now, lyricalpeach! I doubt idols have much time for proper acting classes, the grueling schedules they have. She looks a little taken aback to see Ae-ra, but offers her a drink.
He told her to stay away from him. He did tell her to stay away, threw away her application and then he hired her because she wanted to never see a man like him again. Download Drama Korea Cunning Single Lady Subtitle Indonesia Download Drama Korea Cunning Single Lady Subtitle Indonesia Sinopsis Drama Korea Cunning Single Lady A romantic comedy about Na Ae Ra who dreams of meeting a white knight after getting divorced from Cha Jung Woo when his business failed, but as soon as he becomes a successful venture businessman, she tries to seduce him back while the ex-husband Cha Jung Woo tries to date her again to get revenge. Persuasion raises the idea, which I think is quite appropriate for Sly and Single, that sometimes love needs the right timing as much as it needs the right people. Which means that this section will be a quick one. I think the key here, though, is that I wanted him for Ae Ra, not for myself.