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Dating agency cyrano commentaries

Ack, more guilt to shoulder. Her client tells her not to beat herself too much about it, and places the blame on himself for going after a Grade A woman when he himself is a Grade F man.

He launches into his confession, nervously stuttering his words of admiration towards his date. With one last burst of courage, he asks her for a chance to prove himself.

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Byung-hoon gets Yi-seol to the hospital, where the doctor informs him that it was caused by a flare-up of her neuritis. The team listens as their interviewee, Joon-hyuk, recounts about how he fell in love with a local librarian the day he found her feeding a stray cat in the rain. Their target will be Byung-hoon. The doctor had advised her in the past to quit her work, but she says she has nothing without it. Uneven pacing is also an issue.

They say that good things come in fours and Cyrano is no exception. The world contains hidden gifts of turning points. Byung-hoon hanging off of a rooftop ledge, held by a rope as a couple of gangsters who threaten him to pay up.

Her face falls when Byung-hoon tells her that her report falls far below his expectations. She strains to keep a smile on her face until another voice cuts in, asking if there is such a thing as sincere feelings. The situation goes as well as you might expect and the librarian is startled at the damning evidence before her. Then her eyes grow wide when she sees an image of the woman her client was trying to woo that evening on a monitor.

He pokes his nose around and Byung-hoon asks him to leave, calling him Hawaiian Shirt, and the guy gives his name as Jung Il-do. The doc advises that Yi-seol ease the use of her right hand and quit sculpting altogether, lest she injure herself further. Instead, he carries her on piggyback to the agency, where Byung-hoon bristles to see them thus. Then she gives her client Ji Jin-hee his cue.

He says that being with him will only bring her trouble, which is either nobly idiotic or an excuse. Byung-hoon dismisses her feelings as sentimentality spurred by the firefighter-nurse couple, which, boooo.

As if I needed to remind you. In that sense, I found the treatment of the romance quite organic and believable. Feeding him false hope is like poison in the world of dating.

Hong Jong Hyun brings the broody handsome. That just reconfirms his suspicions that she likes Byung-hoon, which puts his frowny face on. She happily reports that librarian Jae-in is an quick and efficient worker who loves her job. If we can turn those into opportunities, we can live a life without regrets. But we would have ended up as friends, like now.

She argues that his tactics are impolite, to which he tells her that those so-called romantic overtures are the ones that are impolite. Caught up in her own whirlwind, she finally discovers the hidden name card. She makes a decision and grabs the necessary file before heading out. But years later, when I began the movie, my idea of love changed. Far from cracktastic, but still a good dose of fun.