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Just then Byung-hoon notices an oddity on the monitor—reporters—and rushes out. Meanwhile, Min-young hurries towards Arrow Theater when she suddenly notices the faded mural on the wall. A voice calls out behind her and she turns around to see a mysterious woman walk towards the wall. At the same time, Arang runs into the theater to warn Ho-yeol that reporters are at school and on their way here.

Se-kyung turns to leave too but Arang grabs her by the wrist to face him. Because I think this might be my last chance. The mysterious woman turns around Kim Jung-hwa and smiles. Min-young watches carefully as Byung-hoon steps forward and recognizes her: Though I expected Arang to own up to his feelings all episode long, his confession still took me by surprise. In fact, I feared that his enormous ego would prove a hindrance to the mission at hand and Arang seemed to be the better man by comparison. Because what could an idol wish for than thousands of adoring fans? Though her idealistic arguments have been easily dismissed thus far, she brings up an important point that the agency is toying with the emotions of their matches.

Yunno, with less of the large nose and more of the mega-watt smile that slays the masses. Your email address will not be published. I was an Arang and Se-kyung shipper and jumped out of my seat with that direct confession of love and kiss! I love that they're exploring more of arang's character and incorporating him into their couple-of-the-week storyline.

Hopefully, in the future, we get more of Moo jin and his story. I like the fleshing out of our side characters. I love how min young is always aware of the close proximity between her and byung hoon, while he's rather oblivious or just unaffected. I guess we'll know who falls for who first? I really hope you're right about Moo jin getting more of the spotlight. I feel like right now it's focused on Arang and then we'll move to a bigger fish. And I love Moo jin's interaction with the waitress. Except I'm worried about his lingering look at the agent's card The last love line they'll probably takle is Byun hoon's.

I think Min young will fall for him first seem it seems like hell need time to get over his first love. I noticed the proximity thing too. He merely just brushed his coat! The ending of this episode I kind of hope that this will be the first failure of the agency though I fear that the drama won't go there We'll have to see. I am also dying to know more about Moo-Jin but we're still early in the drama so there is enough time for that.

Loving this drama already to no end as I did with most of the tvn dramas so far and I can't wait for Monday to come: While I am glad he didn't just sit aside and got the courage to kiss her, I'm worried for Ho Yeol. He may be an idol who was suppose to have a big ego, he actually likes Se Kyung and I know he'll be hurt if she chooses to be with the one she first fell for. I'm not sure how many episodes Yoon Seo is suppose to be in so I think it's safe to say that she chooses Ho Yeol instead.

Master is just so creepy, but I love his interactions with Min Young. According to wiki, Yoon Seo is only scheduled to cameo in episodes ditto for TaeMin. So my guess is Se Kyung either chooses Ho Yeol or no one. I have a different take on this new pairing, I'm actually alright with the idol-Sekyung relationship. I don't feel that the idol's crush on Se-Kyung is necessarily shallower than say, Se-Kyung's crush on Arang. It is teen love all the same. Just because Ray is an idol with adoring fans doesn't make his feelings less genuine.

That said, I really hate the "I like everything about her" line, or "I don't have a reason, I just like her". It irks me because it's such a unrealistic and odd take on love of course you fall in love with someone for any number of reasons , but those lines surface in K-dramas ever so often. Haha, i do agree that that line is so cliche.

But i do understand that sometimes certain feelings are so grand that it's rather hard to put into words or pinpoint exactly what you like about someone. Or rather, you find it hard to look for words that best summarizes or describes the love you feel for someone. Even then it doesnt feel enough.

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I think that doesnt really apply though to ho-yeols puppy love, or rather crush they're both still young because they haven't fallen deeply in love yet. So that line does lose impact. But when i hear it from someone who's deeply in love, i don't find it odd at all for them to say "everything". There are many, many crazy things. That will keep me loving you. And with your permission May I list, a few Hopefully, they'll also shed some light on Moo-jin.

I think I'm the only one that is super excited to see Kim Jung Hwa!!! I've been missing her for ages. I am really glad to see har. Though I must admit I didn't regognize her at first Now I'm back to square one. I hope they wrap up this story in episode 5 and move on to the next client. Because a I want a client a week formula and b having a client in high school idol or not is ridiculous, both boys and girls in high school are fickle liking a different member of the opposite sex from one second to the next. I think Master and Byung-Hoon's friend was in a relationship with Yi-Seul and something happened involving Byung-Hoon, Yi-Seul and the friend that caused the friend to commit suicide.

I don't think Min Young ever says anything so stupid that deserves the berating that she gets. I can appreciate that type of humor but I don't they get it done. I actually find Min Young really annoying. I like her, but she's way too nosy at times. Hopefully she and BH will mellow each other out. He never says anything overly mean or anything so I don't really get how he has an enormous chip on his shoulder He tells her that her ideas are idealistic which is true - at times what she says can be quite naive. He kicked her out, yes, but it's his company and she decided not to follow his instructions and just change everything at the last minute.

I would want to fire an employee like that it's also the reason why she was fired from the first company. A person can believe what they want but that doesn't give them reason to disobey their superior's instructions without consultation and then expecting they'll keep working under said superior. A workplace has rules - a system - and cannot function if everybody does what they please.

Not only that but Min Young can be pretty annoying as well, questioning him when he makes it clear that he doesn't want to answer. I can see why he'd be irritated. It might seem that I don't Min Young but that's not true. I like her idealism and her naivety and her spunkiness because it gives balance. But I think her personality is enough to warrant a bit of annoyance on Byung Hoon's part without him having a chip on his shoulder. OMG, this was such a good episode! I feel for Arang. I loved that ending, with him confessing to Se-kyung.

I feel bad for Ho-yeol, though. I don't think he' insincere, but I do think these kids are too young to know what love is. That's not to say their feelings are unimportant or any less real than an adults. It's just that first love is usually not as long lasting as people think. You may always have a special place in your heart for that person, but you will get over it and move on. I think that's where Byung-hoon's first love comes in. Yi-seul was obviously very important to him, then and now, but I can see he's trying to put her behind him and move on. That's where Min-young comes in.

Though I still don't like them as a romantic pair, because of the actor's age difference, for the sake of the story, I'll ignore it. Byun-hoon's first love sort of mirrors Arang's. But I wonder, at this point, if Byung-hoon expressed his feelings or not. That could be where the two men differ. I'm really intrigued by Moo-jin. He barely talks, but his silence speaks volumes. I really want to get into his backstory. It should be interesting.

These side stories kind of bore me. I'm more interested in Cyrano's adults. But this teenagers' love arc is a bit better than the vet-librarian one. For me the drama is about getting their clients together I like Arang but I'm not rooting for any of the members to get with clients haha. I loved this episode because it reminded me of myself and that high school crush I had that didn't go so well.

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Really lovely episode that is definitely catered for the teenage heart: I loved the episode! I find that I can recognize your writing before I even see your name. Perhaps its the speed you're required to release the recaps, I've noticed some things over many recaps including incarnation: Eg -moo-jin and hye-ri did not exchange silent greetings. Moo-jin entered the restaurant and hye-ri silently greeted him in a flirty way or perhaps standard aegyo? There was a slight shift in the way she acknowledged his presence, like she was discovering him all over again. The close proximity-kissing distance- probably helped.

It's so cute, yet heart-wrenching at the same time. When Ah Rang lamented, " Banjun. I thought she hated me," I practically screamed, "You regret it now, dontcha!? Byung Hoon, being the love expert he is, must have immediately seen through Ah Rang's true feelings. On the other hand, it would have been extra sweet if Min Young had betrayed the team again , since she strongly believes in true love and cares for Ah Rang.

His long glances at the marionettes, paired with his knowledge that Byung Hoon would abandon the mission as soon as he saw Yi Seul. Because would Ah Rang really confess if Byung Hoon were supervising? I love the tie-in with why Se Kyung was staring out the window and the band-aid from her point of view pure annoyance. Doesn't Min Young realize the double-edged sword every time she mentions to Se Kyung how sad it is to like someone but not to be liked back? Erm, Ho Yeol is not the only person who confessed his feelings; Se Kyung is mending a broken heart, too. His role was just as small then as it is now so far.

He's still a little wooden in his performance, but that seems to fit both Hyun Woo and Arang. In any case, he's adorable. Thanks for your recaps: D I am always impatient to read them and so, I had to check the site every hour to see if you posted them or not! But I am really surprised that you didn't talk about what, I consider one of the most beautiful scene of the episode even the show maybe because I'm replaying it again and again --' It is when Moo Jin enters the theatre after having overheard the conversation between Min Young and Ah Rang.

He first saw that one marrionnette is missing and he knows that something changed, something which will affect everyone. Then, we saw him watching Byung Hoon telling Min Young off but she doesn't talk back and seems submissive. He came closer to Ah Rang and grabs his neck in affection he did the same to Min Young to check if she was alright.

I guess he is a touchy silent And then, he turned around and we have Byung Hoon coming closer to Min Young but with the difference that she doesn't back away, her body language suggests that she doesn't mind the proximity and kind of fell in the charm. The same for him. And with that sound effect It is just mind-blowing. Moreover, we follow Moo Jin and saw, despite being silent or whatever, he witnesses everything, he is part of the audience.

I think the beauty of that scene is the directing and writing because with a few words but lot of movements, you can say everything about what has changed and what will happen in the future ;D I am saying things right? But yeah, I agree that the scene was so well done. My favorite scene of the episode too! There's no dialogue but it speaks so much. I also love how Byunhoon asked Arang's permission to go to the next stage, Minyoung sling her arm over Arang like a noona would, and then Moojin ruffles Arang's hair.

They look like a family more than co-workers. These scenes made me realized how much I'm rooting for more Cyrano agents group dynamics development. The makeshift family trope is one of my favorites, and I'm just glad to see all the characters come out of this drama feeling a little less burdened, a little more whole than they were at the beginning. I enjoyed this show as a breezy summer rom-com, and that was enough.

I think this was one of the rare instances where I liked the drama a little bit more overall than the original movie! I also like the set ups, especially towards the beginning. I feel bad for the client. I think it's more that than noble idiocy. I mean he says, he thinks the SP will be better, but not quite enough of why. Really, BH, you want your girlfriend to give up everything for you and change her profession just because you want to give up the agency?

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I red flagged that. I wasn't sure if he was kidding either. She didn't exactly learn enough to run it on her own. I thought she would take it over. If she made decisions without the need for men to make them first, that would also be good. It felt as if the writers were fighting the character all the way through. So last episode cute, kinda made the landing from the jump off the uneven bars, but I think there is a little bit of a hop, even though it sticks. Plus it's clear the main female character got coached all along the way without really deciding things for herself.

And compensating for that by plain stating it, but even towards the end the writers didn't even believe it. Movie over drama since the woman in the movie had more self decision, had talent, wasn't coached half so much, had some really good one liners, and decided to do her own set up initiated by herself rather than everyone else. If you stick on I'll Teach You Love onto the end of Cyrano movie, it's a pretty good version overall.

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Lalalalalala not the same character names. Thank GOD the finale redeemed itself from the previous episode. I'm glad it didn't veer too much into the dramatic antics plus The finale was pretty darn adorable. Just what I expected from this fluffy, cute drama. What I liked the most was the main pair I am a Lee Jong Hyuk fan now Sooyoung was a surprise This was a cute show, but I felt like the two leads had zero chemistry.

I never really felt like he was really into her, even in the final kiss scene. They did have chemistry. I think they were going for the "cyrano the movie" type ending.. Overall this drama was a nice rom-com. And I liked that they had a different couple to focus on each week without losing out on the others and building on each character and its story.

Everything upto the point where Min-Young saves Byung-Hoon out of the water and their mutual realisation then was so neat and nicely fell into a good rom-com. After that they messed up. But its a good thing that they wrapped it up nicely with a bow. While I'm a little disappointed with the last few episodes I'm not completely disapponited.

And overall it was a nice -breezy summer romance and I'm glad I stuck eith it till the end. I liked how everything was before it so much, I didn't want actual conflict between the character. However, I stuck to recaps so thank you for that! Honestly, it wasn't even the flower boys that got my attention arang, moo-jin it was definitely Lee Jong Hyuk! Episode 16 was SO much better than And since Moo's girl friend had enough shame to run away and since he found her, I'll even accept and like that part of the story.

I would have preferred the ending I came up with last week or the week before in which Min Young kicks Byung Hoon in the nuts and walks off telling him too little too late. That would mean that she could make her own decisions Besides the cast listings spoiled it already. I completely disagree because as far as we know, Min Young has always acted in her own even if others disagreed.

In the first episode, she set the class F guy with the class A woman when her boss told everyone not to do that. She got fired and even if her boss decided to give her another chance, she decided to walk away on her own. The same with the first case when she thought that the Agency wasn't sincere enough, she decided to act on her own and got fired again. And at the end, Byung Hoon kept telling her to shut the Agency down and she didn't.

Min Young has always been understanding with others' feeling like when she witnessed Master's fight with gangsters, she told him that everyone has a dark past and that she knows he is still a good person. She cope with rumors and bullying during her college education because she thought that the good moments outnumbered the bad ones so she let it go. It doesn't come as a big surprise that she waited and waited for Byung Hoon because she knew how broken he is and she still loved him.

Unlike the movie, the role of Min Young isn't as defined but she wasn't useless at all. Yeah, she had to play a high school student to befriend with Se Kyung, work as a female cooker because Chef Dokko doesn't accept men in her kitchen and all but as cheesy as I'm going to sound, she is the heart of the Agency. Like in spy operation where Min Young could have been more involved.

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I love your ending.. I feel the same way.. Since Min-Young was bold enough to be honest about her feelings.. She should've been made to do that. I've never shipped the master-MinYoung couple Well lets face it. That would have made sense in reality.. But its K-drama land and this drama wouldn't end as a rom-com.

Thank you very much for the recaps! I really enjoyed them as always and they're part of what encouraged me to start watching this entertaining show. I also couldn't understand why no one was calling emergency services for Seung Pyo after they had disarmed the bomb and knocked out crazy dude. Like hello, the man was stabbed - that's kind of a big deal! Still once that part was wrapped up, I think that the show returned to its original light, refreshing tone and I enjoyed the ending. I was a little disappointed that Byunghoon decided to give up Min Young again, although I can understand stepping aside because you think you're not good enough for someone even if I didn't agree that he wasn't good enough for her and I also didn't think Seung Pyo was a 'better man' but I like the way that everything worked out in the end.

I was also glad that Moo Jin didn't give up on HyeRi. I do wonder what Moo Jin and Min Young will do now that the agency is now a regular theatre. They don't seem to be involved in it any longer. I hope Minyoung can find a way to continue helping people in love that isn't necessarily keeping the agency alive. I also want to say that I think Sooyoung did a good job here.

This is her first major acting role besides a supporting one in Soonjung Manhwa and I think she did well. She's not the best actress but she was decent and I think she has a lot of potential. I hope she continues to get interesting opportunities to grow as an actress in the future. And I really liked seeing Lee Chunhee here. I think he brought a lot to this character. But what was Crazy Jung's actual beef with the Agency.

From what I gather he wasn't a disgruntled client or target. Did he just disagree ideologically with manipulating people's feelings? I feel like I missed something. No you didn't miss anything. That's the really big plot hole of the whole kidnapping debacle, the baddie's motivations. I think the show was so well executed frm start to finish, i'm willing to forgive the kidnapping shenanigans! From what I understood, Jung Il Do, the kidnapper was mad to the Agency for setting the person he loved with another. But what makes it worse is that he didn't just love the person but stalked her too with tons of pictures of her and her family in his house.

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. But in the drama's genre, it felt a little bit out of the place whereas the story of the kidnapping in itself is logic and right. I just feel there isn't any need to push it as hard because it is a rom com: I loved the episode so very much because it felt like the first half of it was the real ending and the latter half was the epilogue.

It didn't end with some 'And they lived happily ever after'-esque ending with a big fat wedding etc and that was really nice. LOL I love it. I will totally ignore the previous episode and focus my entire heart on this. Thanks for the recap! Thanks for the recaps. I enjoyed the drama minus the kidnapping part and am glad for a nice satisfying ending second kiss way better than the first one ; It is a pity they wasted time on the crazy kidnapper instead giving more time to the past and present relationships.

Thanks for the recaps, JB. I marathoned the first half of the series, but started to lose interest later, and didn't like the ending. I'm picky, picky, picky. I liked it, fun, breezy and sweet. It could still have been very much better but I'm happy it ended in a nice way.

Everybody was almost perfect for me. Really surprised by Master, did not know that actor. SY was a nice surprise too and LJH was as good as expected. Wish producers had given him a better haircut like in the poster.: That would have never happened in such a careless manner in real life. It's like writer decided to rewrite her story later, biggest plot hole for me. If the relationships were well depicted the same did not go for the characters. How did Moo Jin and Arang began working at the agency?

Why Moo Jin always seemed so aloof? Why SBH thought he was not such a good a guy and could not drive? The whole incident with his friends felt dragged and rushed at the end. It was too sudden like often happens in kdramaland. Sometimes the actors and characters have enough chemistry to make up for lack of story but this time I didn't feel they had it. I think Moo Jin's aloofness ties into his genius status. He understands technology perfectly but he doesn't understand people or their emotions well at all, not even his own.

In addition to that, he could just be stoic. Some people are like that without any special reason like a tragic circumstance in their past. As for HyeRi and MooJin, I think getting close to him was part of her plan to infiltrate the agency because he didn't seem to have any problems talking to her about cases once they got to know each other but I don't think she was supposed to actually develop feelings for him which was her real mistake.

Even though he wasn't in the car when it happened, he still heard the accident over the phone and he carried that guilt with him to this day. Also he thought he wasn't a good enough person because he felt that anyone who got close to him would get hurt, namely due to what happened to Do-Il and Yi-Seol. Finally, they explained why Arang started working at the agency in the episodes with the love triangle between him, Ray and that girl.

Thanks soprection, I remembered the explanation about Arang! It was a nice touch, the idol story was one of my favorite romances on the show. I got that SB trauma had to do with the accident, I guess because he wasn't there it felt a bit over the top for me. Like the whole everybody will get hurt, is often a drama trope and it's fine when it works but SB didn't have enough reason to believe that, at least for me. I liked his gruff and cynical personality, I think I'd have liked it more if the show had put more emphasis on how difficult it would be for them to work as couple being so opposite.

About his aloofness, I love characters like that but his was very over the top, he's too old to not even know when he likes a girl.: The explanation didn't need to be another trauma, it could be something simple. Just like this drama's ep Gotta like Min Young's spunkiness! I shall just forget the Hawaiian shirt guy scenes There were too many stories left unfinished.

Was poor Dorky Baker still in the doghouse? Why was Deranged Hawaiian Shirt so bent on destroying everyone? I even wrote a blog post on all the holes if anyone wants to commiserate or disagree with me dramarookie. To be really honest, I only watched this drama because of, and solely because of Hong Jonghyun aka Moojin. I wasn't even going to pay attention to anyone else. I thought I was going to spend my time fast-forwarding the drama till it get to Moo Jin but the first episode was really good. And my goodness, Sooyoung did really well. She actually became my second reason to watch DAC after the first episode.

Proud of you Sooyoung. Arang is so so so so cutee I'd like to see more of him. It kills me for a bit when Moojin has really few lines and no scene that gives impact to his character, but I got over it because of MasterxMinyoungxByunghoon love triangle. Gave me blood pressure that one.

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I was pleasantly surprised with sooyoungs acting. Actually, very impressed knowing she's a idol and a rookie actress. LJH and her chemistry made the age difference barely noticeable, which im so greatful for. Really loved the show, the way they set people up and the way they analyze people and situation. It was interesting and funny. Ah, such a easy and breezy watch, despite some faltering towards the last couple of eps.

It might not have been the best of , but the fact that I stuck with it throughout till the end is positive testimonial in itself. I don't exactly feel attached to any of the characters here I did come into the show because of a piqued interest in HJH but I do like the main and supporting cast sans cameos pretty evenly across the board. I felt Arang should have gotten more screen time and character development - everyone else's was congruent with their respective roles but Arang's one felt a little lacking.

Even the goons had adequate screen time. One thing that puzzled me is - how in the world did Crazy manage to get their hands on that letter, the very source of Cyrano's first setup? If it was shown only to make Master read it, eventually leading him to decide to incepsetup MY and Sherlock, I would be a very disappointed viewer.

I prefer to think that Crazy was actually in love with Sherlock's first love too - though it doesn't make much sense, lolol. Otherwise, I liked DAC and found the whole idea of a theatre producer orchestrating romantic scenes as if they were individual plays quaint and logical in a drama sense! Clean With Passion for Now: Red Moon, Blue Sun: Haechi stars Jung Il-woo as a problematic Prince Yeongjo on quest for justice. Memories of the Alhambra: Pretty Noona cast and crew may reunite for another warm melodrama.

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Dating Agency Cyrano Favorite. I hated the "thriller" parts with chase and the bomb which was so easily solved. Requiem July 17, at 2: I have a question, though. Or is that just a mis-translation on dramafever's part? Requiem July 17, at 3: I thought that the point was he repeated that part word-for-word? I don't know if I said things clearly xD. Don't worry, you seem to understand the scene despite the confusing subs - you were spot on.

Now aren't you glad they didn't stick to the original play? Requiem July 18, at Glad I wasn't just dreaming this stuff up. Thanks again for the confirmation!

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Lily July 17, at 4: Requiem July 17, at 5: Eh, we'll just have to agree to disagree. Waiting July 17, at 5: I liked the drama Anyway, really enjoyed the last half of this episode, and the series overall! Mo July 18, at 9: I'm glad I'm not the only one that feels that the ending was not as good as the start D In the late episodes, I really wanted to slap Byung Hoon because of his stupid noble-idiocy thing. D If I was to name one of the drama's flaws, it would be the lack of developpement of Ah Rang and Moo Jin's characters. Stupid kidnap and rescue scene Love the sweet and cute scene.

Hope the next tvN Oh Boy series will be as good as this. That's 3 out 4 in my book. KimYoonmi July 17, at 5: I like the cute here, though I loved this show Awwwwwww such a sweet ending. Thank so much for the recaps: KimYoonmi July 17, at 6: Thank you for the recaps. They are enjoyable to read. The series itself - Meh! DDee July 17, at 9: I had the exact same thoughtttt!!! Sooyoung was a nice surprise. Loved the two loyal minions of Seung Pyo. PROS - Good casting! Still, I'm happy to have watched it, now what can replace it???? Lixie July 19, at 7: Thanks as always, JavaBeans, for the recaps: Lee Jong Hyuk is so lucky he kissed a Girls Generation!!!

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