His appearance was said to have been made possible through his connections with Choi Kang Hee.
with Ji Sung and Choi Kang Hee, but as the premiere drew closer I worried whether it would be as cute as the trailers made it seem. It was solid, nothing to rave about, but genuinely charmed me and made me want to watch more.
Ji Heon sees a wadded up tissue on the ground and almost has an attack. Ji Heon picks up the tissue and says he didn’t have this phobia before, but hearing those other guys discuss their phobias and now it’s added to his. He discusses how the digital age is entering into a Smart (phone) era.
It doesn’t feel like a rom-com, but more a mishap of office drama with an emphasis on Korean interpersonal relationships and personal successes all mixed with broad comedy.It’s about as subtle as a sledgehammer, but somehow works because it keeps the humor grounded in a kind heart.In college she led a protest to lower the tuition and raise part-time minimums for the students. Eun Seol eschews dating (and the poor dude holding the roses with a pathetic heartbroken look on his face) so she can study. Cha Ji Heon (Ji Sung), wearing a mask and sunglasses, sits on stage surrounded by men in hospital pajamas.Each guy takes turns discussing things that frighten them.Eun Seol confronts sleazy bosss, who tosses a drink in her face.
Eun Seol follows sleazy boss to the mens room, where she calls him out for being a grade-A sleazebag and then proceeds to give him a piece of her mind.Ji Heon runs into the elevator but daddy catches up to him.Daddy is seriously pissed about sonny boy screwing up royally again at work. What’s hilarious is dad’s secretary trying to get Ji Heon’s secretary to safety first, and then climbing on the guy’s back to use his notebook to block the elevator surveillance camera from capturing this scene.Episode 1 recap: Former teenage delinquent and all-around kick-ass girl No Eun Seol (Choi Kang Hee) recounts the story of when she and another classmate barged into a warehouse and faced off against a gang of rival school bullies. Eun Seol walks off arm-in-arm with her girlfriends, but there goes her high school years.Everyone has things in their past they wish they could change, and since then Eun Seol has been diligently working towards landing a white collar job.Some girls are clinging on his arm and he asks the room to turn down the AC, otherwise why are they clinging onto his arm.