Drama Recaps
Accidental Couple / That Fool / Just Looking / Six Months
by | April 30, 2009 | 58 Comments

First off, let me get this out of the way: Yes, I caught the first episode of City Hall, which premiered this week in the same time slot as this show (which has gone through so many titles I think I’m just going to pick one and stick with it). I’ll probably write about City Hall after I’ve seen the second episode, but I can tell you that I thought the first episode was terribly boring. Like, eyes-glazed-over boring. I found it rather cold and indifferent, despite having a really solid cast, both lead and supporting. But it’s Kim Sun-ah and Cha Seung-won, so I’m going to hope for better with the next episode.

As for this drama, in a nutshell: Accidental Couple is a sweet, pleasant show that is a little predictable so far (we all know the setup so nothing comes as a surprise in these first two episodes). It wasn’t a perfect start, but this drama’s charm rests largely on its two leads — but thankfully, Hwang Jung-min and Kim Ah-joong are wonderful. Hwang in particular is marvelous at making you feel for his character — already he made me cry twice in the first episode, and not even in sad scenes.


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This drama has one Korean title (“그저 바라보다가”), which somehow spawned three English translations. Literally it’s “Just Looking,” but it’s like the producers really just wanted to call it “그바보” or “That Fool” and added those extra syllables to be cute. And then, “Accidental Couple” is what KBS World is using, which is probably the official English title.


Kim Ah-joong is movie star Han Ji-soo, who is like a more famous version of Kim herself. Actually, although I got the sense that Choi Ji-woo was essentially playing herself in A Star’s Lover, I don’t really think Kim is playing herself here; but in any case, Ji-soo is a normalish type of star, if that oxymoron even makes any sense. By “normal” I mean that she doesn’t appear to have a traumatic youth, a melodramatic life, a dark past, etc. She’s famous, but pretty well-adjusted for all that. She’s almost always with her manager, Cha Yeon-kyung (Jeon Mi-sun), who’s like a wise older sister.

Ji-soo’s personality is interesting, perhaps, in that it isn’t extreme in any sense. She can turn on the charm to smooth over a disagreement or handle the press with savvy, and she can also fall into moments of sullenness, but she’s not especially nice or especially bitchy. She’s not even particularly angsty about her fame and its trappings. (Of course, she can be angsty when the occasion calls for it, but she isn’t defined by it.) She’s a nice girl (though sometimes she might need a little coaxing to let her good-heartedness show itself), and would be happy but for one thing — her only secret, which is her boyfriend. More on that in a minute.

Hwang Jung-min is Gu Dong-baek, and he’s such a good person. A good-natured, good-hearted, GOOD guy. I suppose he’s the “fool” of the title, but he’s not really dumb. It’s not that he is unaware of people being selfish or mean, but that he prefers to see the best in people.

Dong-baek works at a post office, where he isn’t particularly noteworthy, and has a crush on the receptionist Kyung-ae. (She’s kind of bitchy and doesn’t return the sentiment.) He lives with his hilaaaarious younger sister Min-ji (Lee Chung-ah), who is nosy in a very cute way and worries her brother will never have a relationship or get married. Min-ji’s friend Seung-eun is played by singer Lee Soo-young, which is a nice surprise because I think Lee Soo-young is a really good budding comic actress.

Dong-baek is a huge fan of Han Ji-soo, so when his sister gives him tickets to an awards ceremony (hoping this’ll land him a date), he happily joins the screaming teenagers to cheer for Ji-soo.

Ji-soo has a longtime boyfriend in Kim Kang-mo (Joo Sang-wook), but they’re keeping their relationship hidden for several reasons, none of which have to do with her star status. They were together since university, but Kang-mo’s father opposed their desire to marry, so they continued to see each other secretly.

The problem is, he’s been coerced by his father into an engagement, for purely political reasons. Because his father is running for mayor of Seoul and the election is approaching, Kang-mo has decided that he will wait until it’s over to defy his father’s wishes, then come back to Ji-soo. As both are in love, Ji-soo is willing to wait, although it hurts her to see him with his fiancée.


Even though Ji-soo is a big star, she and Kang-mo have been able to date without too many problems, until one particular reporter starts snooping around. The guy, Reporter Baek, isn’t after mere gossip; he’s motivated by bigger, political-minded reasons and has been ordered to catch the Seoul mayoral candidate’s well-off son in a scandal. So Baek follows the couple around, trying to get proof that Kang-mo is sneaking around on his fiancée.

After the awards ceremony where Ji-soo wins a Best Actress award, they leave in separate cars to avoid attracting attention, but Kang-mo switches places with Ji-soo’s manager Yeon-kyung when they’re a distance away. Baek pursues in his car, and when Kang-mo sees that they’re being followed, he tries to lose their follower. This results in a chase, and their car blows a tire. Losing control of the vehicle, they plow into trash cans on the sidewalk, barely avoiding hitting Dong-baek, who is walking home after the show.

Time is ticking and the reporter is sure to show up any minute. Thus when Dong-baek approaches the car to ask if the passengers are safe, Ji-soo asks for his help.

A few minutes later, Baek arrives snapping photos furiously, getting proof of this secret relationship — but when he looks inside the car, Dong-baek is sitting in the driver’s seat.

Ji-soo makes up a story (that he’s her fan, they met at the awards show, he offered to drive because she forgot her license) and Dong-baek agrees. Baek is certain he’s lying and tries to threaten Dong-baek into spilling the truth, but Dong-baek nervously but firmly sticks to the official story.

When Ji-soo tries to pay him for his trouble, however, he refuses to accept — he’s honored to be able to help and doesn’t need anything. But this makes Ji-soo uneasy — she feels that she must pay him to feel safe that he can be trusted to keep everything a secret.

This is the first time Hwang Jung-min made me cry, because he tells her with a mix of earnestness and emotion that even if she may not remember him in the future, he will remember her forever. He adds that also, it’s his birthday, as though to say that this was a really nice present to help him commemorate the day.

Ji-soo’s manager again asks for him to name the price so they can repay him. Dong-baek thinks about it, and then comes up with his request — nine autographs. When Ji-soo sees how thrilled he is to have them, she’s touched at how something so small could make him so happy.

In fact, the second time Hwang Jung-min made me cry is when he goes home and carefully looks through the nine autographs, designating each one to go to a particular person — one for his boss, one for his boss’s son, etc. And the last one is for him — the one she wrote the darkest.

Unfortunately, nobody at work is impressed. They think they’re fake, and his boss crumples up the autographs Dong-baek had been handing him so enthusiastically. When manager Yeon-kyung drops by to talk to Dong-baek, she witnesses the end of this exchange, and inadvertently manages to offend Dong-baek by offering — at Ji-soo’s instruction — to repay him again. Ji-soo really doesn’t feel she can have closure unless she pays something, but he is insistent that he only wanted to help and will take nothing for his trouble.

Yeon-kyung reports back to Ji-soo, saying that she felt like a horrible person at his reaction to her trying to buy him off. She also mentions that his co-workers were mean to him about the autographs, and Ji-soo remembers how happy he was to help her, and how it was his birthday.

Thus she shows up at his office to wish him happy birthday and creates a stir. Everyone realizes he must have been telling the truth, and are gobsmacked when Ji-soo confirms that not only do they know each other, Dong-baek occasionally drives her around. (Receptionist Kyung-ae (the tall one in red) is miffed, because although she didn’t want Dong-baek’s attention for herself, now she’s feeling threatened that it’s been diverted elsewhere.)

But things take another turn for the worse when the persistent Reporter Baek goes through his photos of the accident and spots a figure in the background. It’s not easily discernible, but he knows that this is Kang-mo, which confirms his suspicions that Dong-baek is just a cover. With him threatening to make a stink, and Kang-mo’s father supremely displeased at any whiff of scandal clinging to his son, Kang-mo can only think of one possible fix.

It’s kind of an extreme thing to ask of his girlfriend, but Ji-soo is willing to go along with it to save Kang-mo, and that is to create an even larger scandal involving Ji-soo which will take the bite out of these other allegations. She orders her manager to let loose a scandal immediately.

The problem with that is finding a suitable, trustworthy man for her to be scandal-ized with. They could use a rookie actor who would benefit from the exposure, but if he refuses the offer he might talk afterward, and that would spawn even worse gossip. We at home see the obvious coming from miles away, but it isn’t until they’re desperate and clutching at straws that they consider Dong-baek.

He’s shocked when Ji-soo proposes that they fake-date for six months, and tries to turn her down. He’s just not up to it, although he’s honored to be asked. But Ji-soo says very insistently that she knows she’s asking a lot but she really needs his help and has no one else to turn to. It’s Kim Ah-joong’s particular talent that Ji-soo can do something outrageously selfish like this and yet come across sympathetic.

Dong-baek isn’t very good at acting like a fake boyfriend, but it doesn’t take much to get the media in a frenzy — and he’s a normal, unremarkable private citizen to boot. Soon the news is everywhere, and Dong-baek finds himself at the center of attention at work as his colleagues swarm around him and ask questions.

It doesn’t take long for his co-workers to prod Dong-baek for favors, like asking Ji-soo to attend their employee sports day. Dong-baek really, really doesn’t want to impose, but they force him to ask, and she agrees graciously.

But Ji-soo’s emotions take a hit when Kang-mo doesn’t show up to a dinner date as they’d planned. Instead, he had been dragged by his father to meet his fiancée and her father for dinner and drinks. When she calls him, he’s passed out from drinking and his father answers. He proceeds to give Ji-soo a harsh set-down, telling her not to call anymore because Kang-mo is an engaged man now.

Therefore it’s really bad timing for Dong-baek to arrive unannounced — although with the best of intentions — bearing a small gift. He’d read in the news that Ji-soo won another award (from a media group).

Ji-soo is in a bitter mood, and her harsh response startles Dong-baek — she asks, “Why should I accept that from you?” They’re nothing to each other. Feeling the need to make her point clear, she takes him to a car dealership and tells him to pick one out.

He doesn’t understand — they already agreed that he doesn’t want anything from her. She gives the set-down coldly — this was a business transaction, and all their interactions are strictly business, not personal. She only agreed to go to his company sports day to be nice, not because she meant it: “You should have picked up on it. Or do I have to explain everything to you one by one?”

Those words sink in, and Dong-baek asks in a heartbreaking sort of way, “Were we doing business? I just thought I was just acting as a fan. You said you needed my help, so I helped you, and in return I thought maybe we were becoming friends.”

Ji-soo says that she can’t be his friend. For what it’s worth, I think she feels bad for saying these things, but she’s also frustrated by his gentle responses. It’s like she’d prefer a fight, but he meets all her complaints with unassuming acceptance, and that makes her lash out in annoyance.

He responds, “Then I can’t help you anymore. I could lie to people, including my sister, and smile while doing it, only because it makes me happy to help you. It just made me happy that you made such a special request of someone like me. If you want to trade my feelings for this car, I can’t help you anymore.” If she must pay him back somehow, he would rather have her agreement to come to the sports day instead of the car.

Hwang Jung-min could have very easily made his character too stupid, but he doesn’t — he makes him sweet and thoughtful, but also possessing quiet dignity, which we see in this scene. Despite how it looks, he’s not a total pushover — he does have his standards and his limits.

So on the morning of the athletic day, Dong-baek calls Ji-soo to tell her that athletic day is canceled, so she doesn’t have to come.

Yeon-kyung notes that the cancellation is last-minute and the weather is fantastic. She suspects that Dong-baek lied about the cancellation, and that is in fact the case — at the event, things are proceeding as scheduled.

Dong-baek’s colleagues are miffed that Ji-soo didn’t come, having eagerly looked forward to it. Their irritation quickly dissipates when Ji-soo shows up unannounced, which stuns Dong-baek.

Ji-soo’s feeling a lot sorrier today, while Dong-baek’s still feeling wronged over her treatment of him, so he keeps quiet. Ji-soo takes out the present he had given her — a simple cell phone chain — and jokes that it’s totally passé. That lightens the mood, and things tacitly regain some of their former polite friendliness.

When Dong-baek comes home that night, he finds a man sleeping off a liquor haze in his front yard — it’s Reporter Baek. He’d been drinking with Dong-baek’s sister, presumably to get information out of her, and had told Min-ji drunkenly that her brother’s relationship is fake.

Hearing this sends Dong-baek into a panic, and he hurriedly calls Ji-soo’s manager to let her know. After he hangs up, he turns to find Reporter Baek now awake.


Toward the end of the second episode, Ji-soo takes a meaner turn that could have made her seem irritatingly bitchy, but I think it’s Kim Ah-joong’s warm presence that keeps Ji-soo likable — her actions are understandable, given the context, even though it’s kind of heartbreaking to see Dong-baek’s sweet response to all the verbal stings she delivers.

Also — if Choi Ji-woo is the reigning queen of anguished melodramatic tears, you’ve got to set aside a subcategory and call Kim Ah-joong the princess of suppressed, smiling tears. The shot below looks like she’s just smiling, but in fact she’s tamping down her pain while their relationship undergoes yet more tribulations. Kim is a natural crier, but, importantly, she also doesn’t overdo it. (A lot of starlets try so hard to cry that they miss that crucial aspect of crying, which is that a person who tears up in front of another person is usually trying NOT to cry.)

To be honest, I’m not sure there’s much in these first two episodes, plot-wise, to stir up excitement. This drama so far shows itself to be competent — but not outstanding — in its directing, its music, and its overall storytelling. So Accidental Couple, to me, is really brought to life by its actors.

Happily, they deliver on that score. The actors are perfectly cast, and both Kim Ah-joong and Hwang Jung-min possess that certain je ne sais quoi that makes their characters pop — it’s that elusive spark that you can’t quite describe, but which either you feel or you don’t. Hwang Jung-min in particular gives this drama heart — and it’s a large, beating, nervous, exposed heart. It’s lovely and wonderful how he makes his character real and complex, when he could have played him so simply. It’s a character that could have been brought to life in broad strokes, but Hwang gives him depth. (Film actors turning to dramas = hurrah!) Dong-baek isn’t a simple fool, and he’s not a “what you see is what you get” type of guy. He’s adorable and endearing, and he makes your heart twinge along with his.

The verdict?

Accidental Couple is sweet and pleasantly amusing, and shows promise of being solidly heartwarming, too. It’s kind of like a funny, lighter Star’s Lover — which actually makes it what I had hoped A Star’s Lover would be. But it’s not a total smash hit for me, and I’m not completely convinced yet. It’s pleasant, but if it loses the least bit of edge, it could fall into a muddle of mush — so it’s up to the writer to keep the plot moving and the energy up. It could go either way, but I want to think optimistically.


58 Comments from the Beanut Gallery
  1. nike

    Sounds good… I’ll watch it when it comes to DVD… Hopefully, they make good subs

  2. Annie101

    cool 🙂 love both actors and actresses.

  3. Biscuit

    I hope City Hall would get better :/

    As for That Fool (Can’t remember other titles easily >.<) it seems like something that would be nice to watch at least the first episode. Since both series just started, I guess it might be boring in the beginning because they’re trying to introduce the characters and the setting and lay the foundation, so I only hope once everything is settled that things in the future will get better. If not, total disappointment.

  4. funniebones

    AHA~ I am glad you are writing about this! I am feeling nostalgic back to the BBF days (four score, erm about a month ago) where I would wait til really late although I had 7AM rotations the next day for your recaps, haha.

    I had been looking for Viikii for any uploaded episodes of this drama earlier, I suppose the hype and the demand is not yet established on this one for some kind soul to make it available to us yet, but it will happen eventually, but I really appreciate you providing us a rundown on what’s up so far.

    Glad to see that this has some potential going somewhere. I really hope it doesn’t disappoint!

  5. ruthiepoof

    I prefer this than Star’s Lovers because the mood is lighter. Also, I’m a fan of Hwang Jung Min so I think this is going to be fun.

    I haven’t had the urge to watch korean dramas lately because I think that most of the dramas/stories lately are boring and typical and they use high profile actors/actresses to play the role. However, with this drama, it is the typical “Notting Hill” style of story and high profile actors/actresses are portraying it BUT the way they deliver the plot is really nice and not over-doing it!

    This will be my first drama that I’ll watch in a long time (after 4 months because I’ve been watching a lot of korean variety shows) and I can’t wait for the next episode!

  6. Jasmin

    I haven’t seen episode one yet so I will have to control myself and not read your recap till I have watched the episode. I’m really hoping for good things from this drama. As you stated before because it’s being anchored by some good actors, esp. Hwang Jung-min.

  7. Chocolatetree

    Sounds good to me!

    I like how you described Jung-min as the heart behind the drama, “a large, beating, nervous, exposed heart.” HAha, it made me want to watch it more badly!

    I think his character sounds interesting and well-thought out, so, I’ll be pretty excited to read the recaps.


    Btw, thanks for recapping!!

  8. coolsmurf

    i loved the first episode and hwang jung min did a great job with his character. i guess i have finally found another drama to watch. definitely lighter than star’s lover and in between full house. let’s hope it keeps the pacing consistent!

  9. hn

    is it Lee Soo Young I saw in one of your screecaps? omg LEE SOO YOUNG?????

  10. 10 javabeans

    Yes it’s Lee Soo-young and I was psyched when she first came onscreen because she is awesome. Dangyunhaji!

  11. 11 Sorrowmask

    When I first heard about this drama, my initial thought was about ” Star’s Love”- “Star no Koi” (Japanese drama)… The main leading actor is also a kind, warm-hearted and ordinary person. He helps her and then she falls for him eventually.. ^^
    “That fool” could be an interesting drama.. Thanks for recapped summary…
    You are the best!!!

  12. 12 jacq

    Thanks for the recap!! I’m loving this so much! I’ve been waiting for this drama to premier with high hopes and both leads are indeed doing a fantastic job! Absolutely adore Hwang Jung-min’s character, the cheerful, kind, warm-hearted Gu Dong-baek. Don’t we all want a friend like him in our lives. Kim Ah-joong is beautiful and she can cry and be so pretty. I hope this drama gets the rating it deserves!

  13. 13 bowl

    Does Kim Ah Joong have done some plastic surgery on her lips? her lips look fuller and fake at the same time. sorry..not really related to the drama but I just can’t help but keep looking at her fake lips.

  14. 14 cosmopolite

    LMAO …..Dangyunhaji! I love love love that segment…

    Kim Ah Joong really surprised me…I can’t say that I bought into the hype of 200 lbs Beauty but I think she’s acquitting herself well as an actress here. Looking forward to it.

  15. 15 queen bee

    Javabeans, thanks so much for your recap! It only reinforced my decision to junk City Hall in favor of this. Yay!

  16. 16 engl

    hmmm.. interesting… maybe ill watch this drama..i was lookin for a new drama to watch… to fill the empty void of bof LOL i also started to watch a man’s story and loving it so far 😀

  17. 17 WysteriaMagnus

    While reading this part “Hwang Jung-min in particular gives this drama heart — and it’s a large, beating, nervous, exposed heart. It’s lovely and wonderful how he makes his character real and complex, when he could have played him so simply…..He’s adorable and endearing, and he makes your heart twinge along with his,” his character reminded me of Chuck from NBC’s “Chuck”. He’s not a simpleton and he’s not a nerd, like most of his environment would suggest. There’s more to him.

  18. 18 bbm

    yes, i can watch it on KBS world…
    and lee sooyoung… how i missed XMan…

  19. 19 cc

    I like this drama better than Star’s lovers!
    Hwang Jung Min is really a great actor~
    Kim Ah Joong is good too!

  20. 20 chajjye

    yeah, i am watching this. that makes 6 dramas for this year so far including triple. 2009 is going to be a BUSY year!

  21. 21 Ishida

    Hwang Jung-min is awesome, I watched the first episode and he makes me cry too, well just a little, I swear *hum* ^^

    Between That Fool and City Hall, I have (already) settled my mind.

  22. 22 elise

    i am looking forward to this drama, from the great recaps it looks fun and the 3 songs of the ost that were released sounds good too…… but i think i have to finish queen of housewives first then story of a man (your recaps convinced me to watch it)…… so many good dramas this year and the first half of the year isn’t over yet….

  23. 23 Anonymous

    just watch the first episode.. and i love it..

  24. 24 oi

    Never watched any work of Hwang Jung Min, but read that he is a good actor.
    Now I know what they were talking about.
    o man, he is so good

  25. 25 Sere

    Good to know about this drama.

    I hope City Hall picks up the pace. I’m really rooting for Kim Sun Ah and Cha Seung Won!

  26. 26 Vivianna

    I enjoyed watching the first episode.
    The title of this drama should be ” Cinderella Man”. XD

  27. 27 mishane

    See, I’m excited for Accidental Couple (I prefer the title That Fool) because of the actors.

    It’s the storyline that doesn’t interest me. It just seems soooo predictable. I actually read through your recaps of A Star’s Lover yesterday (without having watched the show) and I came to the realization that I do not enjoy shows where the ending is obvious. I mean, in this one, we KNOW they are going to end up together, it’s a known fact.

    The only thing that would make this different from all the other dramas JUST LIKE IT is the road it takes to get there. I mean, it’s probably going to have the bickering, the misunderstanding, the slow realization of true lurrvveeee, but I need more than just that. Give me an interesting side story/back story/plot point.

    So, I figure I’ll watched the first 4-5 episodes (after they’ve been subbed of course) and decided if this will be in any way different than the others.

    But I really hope it will be because I do think Hwang Jung Min is a talented actor and it’d be a shame for him to waste his skills on your common every day drama.

    (Kim Ah Jong, I’m not too sure of, having only seen her in 200 Pound Beauty and this other random movie. She’s a pretty face and a mediocre actress).

  28. 28 Anonymous

    As someone mentioned, the plot (and recap) is quite like the jdrama Star No Koi. If it takes a different turn as the story unfolds, maybe it would be worth giving it a go.

  29. 29 gia

    i will take a look that series, when is out in viikii.
    city hall let me good impression for now…

  30. 30 birdscout

    “…it’s a large, beating, nervous, exposed heart.”

    Javabeans, you certainly have a wonderful way with words. Your writing is a pure pleasure to read. Thanks for the recap.

    I also enjoyed your analysis of different kinds of crying. LOL. Actors should read your comments because you are absolutely right. In real life, most people try to NOT show that they are crying.

  31. 31 lovedrama

    hi – what’s the best website to watch this kdrama? i know of several but the quality is not very good.

  32. 32 amy

    I started watching this show just to see how HJM does in a drama setting. He fits in nicely… and is a perfect cast for this role. KAJ is not bad either. The pace of the story was good in Ep 1 but was getting a little slow and there were too many cliches in Ep 2. I hope it gets better.. and I just want to say HJM is excellent! He’s turned Goo Dong-baek into such a lovable character and people are already falling in love with the character. He dominates this show.

  33. 33 otk

    feel kinda bad that I doubted this drama and the male lead, cuz it was horribly enjoyable. I love HJM’s character!!!! so kyuu, I think this will has a major step which will beat city hall. But I will still watch City Hall unless it gets sloppy.
    Too many downloads this season. I am watching all the primetime dramas except SoM and I am also watching Shining Inheritance which is actually my favourite drama so far (for the new ones) most interesting story yet along .

  34. 34 Anonymous

    can’t wait to see baek sung hyun !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  35. 35 yumi-chan

    I practically had Fan Girl meltdowns reading this :]

  36. 36 starletbang

    i absolutely agree. i couldn’t watch City Hall-at least not the 1st episode. I didn’t know what was going on and it was just getting long.

    I really like this drama though! Hwang Jung Min is amazing at acting in this one. I think they picked an amazing cast and even though the storyline is really obvious, I think this is a drama that I’ll probably watch from beginning to the end.

    I love Kangmo btw. What a hottie.

  37. 37 Jessica

    Toward the end of the second episode, Ji-soo takes a meaner turn that could have made her seem irritatingly bitchy, but I think it’s Kim Ah-joong’s warm presence that keeps Ji-soo likable — her actions are understandable, given the context, even though it’s kind of heartbreaking to see Dong-baek’s sweet response to all the verbal stings she delivers.

    The above makes me think of Kim Hyun Joo in Marrying a Millionaire.

    Even though I think she’s a great actress, for some reason she wasn’t able to pull off that bitchy, but sympathetic feeling.

    So after that scene where she yelled at Go Soo and said all those mean things, I was really upset at her character and just couldn’t get into the series.

    Hopefully Kim Ah-joong can pull it off. Can’t wait to see this!

  38. 38 xiaoSxin

    i think I am going to like this series.. I hope the plot keeps on moving and it keeps on the lighter funny and romantic side of dramaland!

  39. 39 daisy

    hey dramabeans !
    just watched episode 3 and i was wondering if you could tell me who the actor was that played han jisoo’s little bro ?

  40. 40 heesoup

    Hey Dramabeans?
    Are you going to continue recapping this series?
    I sure hope so! 😀

  41. 41 Alvina

    I know you’re kind of tied up with The Return and Story of a Man but I echo the same question as # 40 Javabeans >_<

    Will you be recapping Accidental Couple or is this another “interesting but not worth a recap” type of series?

  42. 42 Karen

    @ Daisy, the actor who plays Jisoo’s younger brother is Beak Sung Huyn.
    he also acts with Lee Da Hae in a MV.
    you should check out that MV, its really nice. ^^

  43. 43 aquarianunicorn


    do you know where i can find the opening credits to this drama?

  44. 44 drama addict

    Hello. I am looking for the song that was played during episode 5 of this drama. It was during the time when Dong-baek’s sister received the ‘gift’ from the other side. If anyone who knows what that song is, please tell me. Thank you very much!!

  45. 45 Anonymous

    Love this show…waiting for completion.

  46. 46 oooooooo

    Love tis show …. waiting 2 see good ending juz 1 2 find out more abt Kim Ah Joong what she like n don like what her hobby n all tjs how old iz she n when her birthday does she has a boyfriend.

  47. 47 oooooooo

    hope 2 c Kim Ah Joong in her new show soon

  48. 48 Anonymous

    hope 2 c Kim Ah Joong in her new show soon

  49. 49 anit0317

    I was currently watching this on kbs world, and im really hook up by the story. Light drama/romantic comedy. And right now, im looking for some advance episode on the net. Although, i got to see some, im still excited when the dvd of this come out.

  50. 50 badzfresia

    what is the model of the cellphone that was used by ji soo. (kim ah joong)?
    please help me

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