Drama Recaps
Oh My Lady: Episode 1
by | March 22, 2010 | 108 Comments

Cute show. Challenging, no. But amusing, generally yes. It pretty much delivered what I expected: some conventional setups and kdrama cliches, with a cute lead boy (Choi Siwon may have the body of a man but he’s firmly in boy-man territory for me) and a lovable leading lady. (I am SO glad to see Chae Rim back on television.)

Oh My Lady feels like a remix of several familiar stories and dramas, so it’s not wildly original. Its charm is in the characters and the relationships, and if things continue the way they’ve started, I think it’ll be a fun, light watch.

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CHARACTERS

Chae Rim is YOON KAE-HWA, a 35-year-old single mother, divorced two years, who now lives with her young daughter MIN-JI. They’re very close and Min-ji has a love of piano playing; top on Kae-hwa’s list of things she wants to buy her daughter is their own piano for her to practice on.

That won’t happen anytime soon, however, because Kae-hwa is struggling to pay the bills, though no fault (or at least little fault) of her own. She used to work as a restaurant manager until recently, where her boss had been promising to pay her for months. Thus she is behind on the rent and works a side job with a maid service while looking for a new full-time job.

On the other end of the spectrum is 28-year-old star SUNG MIN-WOO (Choi Siwon), a top actor with a boatload of fans, CF contracts galore, and a hot bod. His main weakness, of course, is that he can’t act. And we’re not talking just-a-little-weak-in-dramatic-roles bad, but everyone-acknowledges-he-sucks bad. Butt-of-every-joke bad. Keanu Reeves bad.

On the other hand, Min-woo is so hot that he still rakes in the money and the fans despite his deficient talents. Plus, he doesn’t really care about the acting itself — he’s superficial and vain and more impressed with his celebrity than his work. He’s not a mean guy, just incredibly self-absorbed. He can turn on the charm when necessary, but it’s mostly show. Min-woo has had trouble with the media in the past, although his manager has managed to keep his image squeaky-clean in recent months.

Lee Hyun-woo has had a whole career playing the same character — cool, smooth, professional — but at least it works for him: his YOO SHI-JOON is the CEO of a musical production company called The Show Company. He is currently working with employees JAE-HEE and JIN-HO to get their new project funded and produced.

 
EPISODE 1 RECAP

We open on the set of Min-woo’s latest project, where he races in glorious slow-motion toward his love interest, music swelling dramatically, hair blowing in the wind, sweat glistening prettily off his anguished expression. All looks beautiful and affecting… until he opens his mouth to deliver his dialogue.

He’s alternately flat and overemotive, which makes the director grimace and the staff sigh — even his co-star is dissatisfied — but Min-woo remains blissfully ignorant that he’s the problem here and maintains a smug attitude. To make things worse, he has barely read the script. He tells his manager that his fan-signing event yesterday tired him out, but he’s confident he can pull off the rest of the shoot without a hitch.

Amazingly, he’s right about that, because when filming resumes Min-woo gets to show us why he’s so popular as he wows the crowd — and his co-star — with a kiss. As the schoolgirl fans squeal in the background (and deliver gifts to the crew), the director is reminded that working with Min-woo has its benefits, like popularity and foreign investment interest. So what if he can’t act? Everything has its ups and downs, right?

Min-woo even appears in an Andre Kim fashion show, and you know what that means, since Andre Kim is shorthand for two things: ugly clothes and hot stars. This tells us that Min-woo is the drama-land equivalent of Song Seung-heon or Daniel Henney, only with even worse acting.

Amazingly, he’s cultivating an image as a thoughtful, intelligent person (har!), thanks to his manager’s prepared soundbites. For instance, he explains to a reporter that he’s currently reading a book by Paulo Coehlo, even though we can bet he has no idea who he’s talking about. His manager wants him to take on a sageuk drama next, but Min-woo balks at that.

He’d rather sneak off to meet a lady friend than be mindful of his reputation, even though he last ran into a scandal six months ago when he hit a reporter and took his camera.

With the aid of a friend, Kae-hwa accosts her old boss to demand her seven months of owed salary — a total of 10 million won ($8,000). The woman fobs her off with a fraction of that amount, and Kae-hwa has to sigh and turn her energies to finding new employment. She has been taking odd maid jobs through a maid service, but what she needs is a steady office gig. She used to be a reporter for a magazine that folded, but doesn’t have a lot of relevant work experience, which is her main obstacle.

Through some careful sucking-up, Kae-hwa gets assigned a prime maid job that pays extremely well, in exchange for keeping her mouth shut about the employer. She discovers the reason for this when she arrives at the posh apartment.

Kae-hwa doesn’t understand immediately that this is Min-woo’s place; her initial reaction to his wall-size portrait is to grumble at this fangirly gesture. She looks at the photo and concedes half-grudgingly, “Well, he is good-looking.”

Min-woo arrives just in time to catch that part, and he’s gratified at her assessment. But when she looks over and spots him, her first instinct is to assume he’s an intruder, and she whacks him on the head with her vacuum.

Like I said, Min-woo may be a mimbo (himbo?) but he’s not mean. He accepts her profuse apologies and waves her aside. Kae-hwa offers him some fresh-made juice, which he has to admit is pretty good.

He finds her hovering annoying, though, because he’s trying to watch a movie and she keeps casting glances his way, as though working up her nerve to ask for something. When you’re hottie Sung Min-woo, you automatically assume that what she’s interested in is YOU, so he sighs and grabs a pen and paper to write his autograph.

She actually wasn’t asking for one, but says, “Sure, you can give me one” before catching on that that’s insulting to his pride. She adds, “I mean, please absolutely give me your autograph!” even though it’s clear it’s just to flatter him.

This next exchange made me laugh out loud, because Kae-hwa is so not impressed with Min-woo, who is not used to people not being impressed with him:

Kae-hwa: “Do you happen to be friendly… with Kim Myung-min?”
Min-woo: “Huh?”
Kae-hwa: “Kim Myung-min is such a great actor. But it seems like he might be a little difficult in real life. You know how people who are so intense about their own work can make things hard on people around them. He doesn’t seem like he’d be such a great husband at home, either, but what is he like?”
Min-woo: “How would I know that?”
Kae-hwa: “True, Kim Myung-min’s a real actor, so he’s probably friendly with serious actors, isn’t he?”
Min-woo: “What did you say?”
Kae-hwa: “Even among actors, you stick together in groups, right? Serious actors with serious actors, kids who party with kids who party. You seem like you’d be friends with ‘flower boy’ or ‘momjjang’ types of stars.”
Min-woo, defensively: “I’m friends with Kang-ho hyung. You know Song Kang-ho, the serious actor.”
Kae-hwa, laughing: “But it seems like Song Kang-ho would be so nice that he’d be friends with anyone!”

Gratuitous ab shot! And that’s not even the only one in this episode.

Min-woo gives a shirt to Kae-hwa to iron, telling her to be careful since he has to wear it tonight. She gets right to work, but is soon distracted with a distraught phone call from her daughter (and burns his shirt in her distraction). Min-ji reports that their belongings are out in the street — they’ve been kicked out of their home.

Kae-hwa rushes out, telling Min-woo that there’s an emergency and that he doesn’t have to pay her for today. She hurries home and pleads with her landlord, but she’s months behind on rent and the landlord is out of patience.

With nowhere to go, Kae-hwa takes Min-ji to a sauna where they can bathe and spend the night. Kae-hwa has to make some hard decisions, and tells Min-ji gently that she’s saving to buy her a piano, but she’s still pretty short. What if Min-ji stays with her dad, just until she has enough money?

This is a tough choice, but one that Kae-hwa feels is better for her daughter in the long run. Her ex-husband protests at first — he’s a newlywed — but he ultimately takes her.

The online character descriptions say that the ex cheated on Kae-hwa, leading to the divorce, but they haven’t mentioned that in the drama yet. Even without that info, we can see how this marriage dissolved when he grumbles about Kae-hwa’s money problems — she wouldn’t be in this mess if she hadn’t poured everything into medical treatments for her mother, who ended up dying anyway. He begrudges the money they used, thinking it was a waste, and this is a very sore point between them. Aside from this (not-insignificant) issue, he seems like a generally decent sort, just selfish.

Kae-hwa buys her daughter a cell phone so she can stay in touch, and assures Min-ji she’s not abandoning her. It’s just for a very short while, okay? She then checks herself into a gosiwon — a sort of hostel, like a bare-bones dormitory. They’re usually populated by young students and offer tiny rooms with communal bathrooms and often no kitchens.

Meanwhile, Min-woo basks in the adulation of the adoring masses at a fan meeting. The guy sure knows how to play up to a crowd, and the girls scream their love for him. When they clamor for him to show off his ripped abs, he has to pause — because his shirt is burned underneath the jacket, thanks to Kae-hwa. With some maneuvering, Min-woo manages to bare his choco abs without showing off the singed shirt.

Afterward, Min-woo deflects a persistent reporter, who has sniffed out rumors of Min-woo’s romantic connections to another star. (While it appears that Min-woo is interested in pursuing her, they don’t seem to be dating yet. His manager warns him to keep cool and not let this grow into a scandal.)

Now for The Show Company. The relatively small firm is run by Yoo Shi-joon, who is preparing for a new musical called “All That Love.” The theater company is resistant to the idea, saying that the production won’t be able to get the required funding, but Shi-joon says confidently that it’ll go.

His confidence is more for show, because as he discusses things with his employees Jae-hee and Jin-ho, we can see that the project is on shaky ground. Jae-hee sighs that they need a big name to buoy their project — someone on the level of Sung Min-woo, for instance. True, the guy can’t act for beans, but his name alone would get the investors onboard. So for their presentation with an investor, they add the name Sung Min-woo to their list, hoping it’ll help them look favorably on the musical. Unfortunately, the businessman calls their bluff and guesses that they were just using Min-woo’s name. If they do get him, then he’d be willing to do business, but only then.

Shi-joon plays along with the bluff and accepts the challenge. Jae-hee and Jin-ho fear that if he can’t deliver, their company will sink.

Kae-hwa has been sending her resume around for job interviews, with little success. So when she receives a call from her maid service about a job opening, she jumps at the chance. And when she arrives early to practice her interview answers on the roof, she doesn’t notice that Shi-joon has overheard. Perhaps it’s embarrassing to have him witness her practice session, but on the upside Shi-joon’s curiosity is piqued, and he is less likely to dismiss her straightaway.

Jae-hee and Jin-ho see that she’s an ajumma, and realize that something went awry — the job posting for an intern went to the wrong agency. They dismiss her, but Kae-hwa has got one foot in the door and asks for an opportunity to be their intern. They’re going to hire someone anyway, so why not her? She promises to do anything they need.

Jae-hee asks sarcastically, “What, then can you cast Sung Min-woo for us?” Because what they really need right now is Min-woo.

Not understanding the subtext here, Kae-hwa scoffs at their choice, replying that Min-woo’s not so great — from her personal experience, he’s not as good-looking up close, plus he’s super immature. The Show Company staff exchange looks — she’s talking about him like she knows him. Is that really true?

Kae-hwa answers that it is, then grows wide-eyed as Shi-joon tells her that if she brings Min-woo to them, he’ll make her a full-time employee.

 
COMMENTS

I could probably list a half-dozen or more drama series that Oh My Lady reminds me of, or shares very similar plots/themes with — off the top of my head there’s Full House, Last Scandal of My Life, Wish Upon a Star. So right off the bat we know this is not going to break new ground as far as dramas go, neither in content nor in execution/delivery.

As a light-hearted, family-friendly romantic-comedy, though, Oh My Lady seems to be on solid footing. It’s got a well-picked cast, led by a winning Chae Rim, and Choi Siwon ain’t so bad himself — I like him poking fun at himself and star stereotypes. Maybe one day he’ll tackle more serious dramatic roles, but at this budding stage of his acting career I think he’s picked well in showing off his comic sensibilities.

I’m not so thrilled about Lee Hyun-woo, who’s always the stiff businessman in dramas, but he’s not really much of a contender for Kae-hwa so I don’t have much problem ignoring him. (He is actually not bad when the script calls for dry humor like in Dal Ja’s Spring, which started off with him as a straight-man character but then played around and poked some fun at him.) I’m not much excited about Park Han-byul (who’ll be Min-woo’s ex), whom we haven’t seen yet, but I do like Moon Jung-hee (as Shi-joon’s wife).

All in all, I’d say that Oh My Lady is a pleasant successor to Wish Upon a Star. Personally, I’m in the mood for something a little more serious to balance out all the recent and upcoming comedies, but I always have room for a good-natured and funny series.

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108 Comments from the Beanut Gallery
  1. gia

    the lead actress is great.
    hoping the lead actor will be good later on this show…

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  2. cheekbones

    I didn’t expect this fast ! Wow ! Thanks a lot, JB :)

    Goes off reading …..

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  3. kaedejun

    i saw the first bit – and choi siwon’s horrendous-on-purpose acting was hilarious. that’s gotta take some guts, and an ability to exaggerate-but-still-be-somewhat-restrained skills

    keanu reeves!?!??! oh javabeans – you tear my heaaaaaarrrt !!!!!!!!!!!! :P

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  4. Rain

    I love chae rim! And si won is looking GOOD!

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  5. Adia

    Thanks JB!
    I’ve been waiting for this recap since last night! Thank you so very much for doing this :)

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  6. Jasmin

    Totally forgot this was starting already. Gotta go watch it now and then comeback for your recap/thoughts.

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  7. ghian

    OMG!i need to read this .. i’ll just read this later when i get back home :) xD

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  8. mimi

    “Andre Kim is shorthand for two things: ugly clothes and hot stars.”
    –That was hilarious.
    The drama sounds cute. I think I’ll check it out.

    …What happened (is happening) with all the Korean men these days? (Or at least the ones I see on kdramas…) They all have crazy 6 pks! It used to just be Rain w/ the toned body… :-0

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  9. Jasmin

    sneaked a peak in the recap. BWAHAHAHA…… Sung Min-woo’s acting is Keanu Reaves bad. Can’t wait to see that!

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  10. 10 Sonam

    I love CR and I am looking forward to watching this once viikii is finished with subbing. Hoping it won’t turn out to be like SFFTS where it just just fell apart after Ep 12.

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  11. 11 ILOVEYOU

    seriously, i want sung min woo to act. as in, because i think ill have fun watching his epic acting.

    thanks for the recap:D

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  12. 12 ppp

    The plot seems too ordinary for me, don’t think I’ll pick this one up.

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  13. 13 javabeans

    @kaedejun, I have a huge soft spot in my heart for Keanu Reeves. He was one of my first actor crushes in junior high school! I watched a LOT of bad, bad movies for that man. So hot, but whew, is he a bad actor. :D

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  14. 14 Anon

    Yayyyy! I was waiting for the recap. NIce read. I agree that it wasn’t original, even in the interviews, they often mention that its similar to dramas and some movies, but the cast said that what makes the drama different is the characters, how they reacted to the situation is different.

    Anyway, does someone know how many episodes will this drama have?

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  15. 15 ohemgee

    HIMBO ftw.

    JB you are a drama genius.

    on a side note- Keanu Reeves was SUCH a good actor back in his early days (river’s edge, bill&ted’s…, etc)!!

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  16. 16 Rose

    why did he needs to show off his body? Amf, I can’t resist!

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  17. 17 Quaggy

    Wow! You were fast, JB! Thank you for recapping this series! I’ve been curious about it. Feels like it’s still warming up, but then Wish Upon A Star need almost two full episodes before things started moving along. I’ll be interested to see what tomorrow’s episode brings!

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  18. 18 langdon813

    CABANA BOY!! :-D

    This drama is sort of like the anti-Chuno, isn’t it? Maybe I’ll save Ep 2 for later in the week, when I’m quite certain I’ll need some fluffy non-thinking drama-watchin’. Side note – I sure do miss Chae Rim’s Dal-ja curly hair.

    And count me in on the Keanu love. Some things make no sense, and loving him despite his terrible acting is just one of those inexplicable things…like wherever socks go when they disappear from your dryer.

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  19. 19 peony

    Javabeans, yep I totally know what you mean. I love me some Keanu and yes I have watched tons of bad movies for him. sweet November was my favorite one of all. After falling asleep in the theater and waking up to find that the movie still hadn’t ended I felt the urge to get up and leave but stuck it through.

    Anyways..what’s up with Chae Rim’s hair. She is so pretty but all the drama’s I see her in, she’s got the same bowl head hair cut. Extension would look beautiful on her.

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  20. 20 samjun

    but i luv both Keanu and Siwon??? i’ve loved Keanu since bill and ted; siwon since 18 vs 29. OK BUT Siwon’s the better actor than Keanu.!! Keanu is better than Sung Minwoo!! ㅋㅋ

    LOVE your write-ups! Look forward to following the drama along wt you Javabeans!

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  21. 21 animedork101

    I loved the “This tells us that Min-woo is the drama-land equivalent of Song Seung-heon or Daniel Henney, only with even worse acting.” bit. But the bit about Keanu Reeves hurts. The man pulled in a few dhttp://www.dramabeans.com/2010/03/oh-my-lady-episode-1/#more-18114ecent movies over his career. Bad Acting? *look away and in a smal voice* Well, sometimes *cough*. Besides, I think we non-Twilight fans can argue that Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson (I admit, I just now had to google for their names) outshines Keanu when it comes to bad acting any day. Harrumph!

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  22. 22 Deborah

    Min-woo’s ‘bad acting’ is probably better than many other actors in the REAL industry :X

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  23. 23 animedork101

    *The man pulled in a few decent movies over his career.

    Sorry, unexpected typo. I don’t even know how it happened…

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  24. 24 Kukilas

    Thanks for posting this so quickly, JB!

    I know it does not look like a very original series, but I think the acting would be solid. I am in for a lighthearted rom-com, and this looks like it would fit the bill, along with Personal Taste. :-) And all the gratuitous ab shots are a total plus!

    Its funny how Lee Hyun Woo seems to be reprising his role from Dalja’s Spring, with the same leading lady. Again, he seems to be losing out to a younger man.

    I laughed at the Keanu Reeves reference. I love Keanu, but yes, he is the epitome of wooden acting. I loved him in Speed, Point Break and the Matrix, but seriously, I think he had the same expression throughout each of those films. I forgave his poor acting all in the spirit of fangirlyness.

    Thanks for sharing your thoughts on this so quickly, and I look forward to the next recaps for this.

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  25. 25 Annie

    i love this new season of dramas, love almost all of them,,,,for now

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  26. 26 sl

    i know this isn’t a really like.. significant? deep? drama, but i really really hope you’ll keep recapping it bc i feel like this is one of this silly happy dramas thats gonna brighten my day(:
    plus abs are always nice too.

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  27. 27 djes

    this is fast! I don’t expect this fast. :D
    So, thank you very much! I’m downloading now, and probably the sub will come out for quite sometime, your recap definitely helpful!

    Love both lead actors!

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  28. 28 bee

    i spotted sulli!!

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  29. 29 Porcelain

    You made my day!!!

    This is love… aww… The ELF in me went into hyperventilate happy mood!!!!

    Minwoo as Keanu bad had me lol-ing.

    In real life though, Choi Siwon really did do a Andre Kim show a few weeks back… clothes is seriously hideous save for some gorgeous pieces…

    I feel I like the mood of the story already… it will be quite a twist coz I think somewhere there will be a Speed Scandal scenario and I am just waiting for Siwon scenes with kids coz he is adorbs with kids…

    And Chae Rim is looking really cute…

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  30. 30 heya

    keanu reeves’ not bad….Speed the movie…one of my fav

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  31. 31 mimim

    hahahah…

    ” True, the guy can’t act for beans, but his name alone would get the investors onboard. So for their presentation with an investor, they add the name Sung Min-woo to their list, hoping it’ll help them look favorably on the musical. ”

    reminds me with bunch movies and Dramas , which stars good looking, popular ,Good body but bad at acting.

    surprise most people here like keanu reeves me too.
    starting love him since Primary school , while watching The matrix.
    i’ve been watched all of his movies, don’t care when all people said he is bad actor.
    so that’s why i think i am bit understand why Star like Sung min woo and another “sung min woo” has many fans.

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  32. 32 tamu

    thanks ..JB… for the recaps… that was fast…

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  33. 33 ockoala

    Cute drama, thanks for a speedy and wonderful recap!

    Keanu was also my very first actor love, the very first. I had a giant Speed poster in my dorm room that went with me from room to room until it disentegrated by senior year. And I happily admit he’s a pretty bad actor, but that doesn’t stop from always loving him with a special place in my heart. :-)

    No wonder I also have special love for SSH. Thanks JB for helping me see the connection.

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  34. 34 itsjustme

    Its here!!! Thanks for the recap JB!

    I’m still reeling from seeing those Siwonie abs live last Saturday at SSII Malaysia and now the drama I’ve been waiting for is finally here!! /cue fangirl spazzing

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  35. 35 cat&mouse

    Thanks JB for the recap!!! that was fast
    Anyway, I Like this new drama, the storyline might not be original
    but I think the actors portrayed their roles better than expected.
    The drama is light, funny and I will surely watch this

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  36. 36 Carinne

    The first four minutes of this series got me laughing already. I did comment before that this series reminds me of Full House.

    I question as like MinWoo’s manager, why didn’t he (MinWoo) find another shirt to wear (instead of that ruined piece)? Makes you want to roll your eyes when you find the true answer, right? (haha)

    I think I heard a solo track by SiWon. Well, one track in ep.01 sounds like him but you can correct me. I’m not too familiar about the guy; I only know he is a part of SuJu.

    I always feel sad knowing a loving mother is forced to tear away from her child. It reminds me of A Man Called God’s last wkend episodes when a lonesome Choi KangTa (Song Il Gook) takes a stroll at a beach and reminisces his happy childhood with his wholesome family. (Got me crying.) So, I am hoping KaeHwa wins that custody battle from her sour ex-husband.

    A far~fetched story from reality but it has enough chemistry amongst the cast to keep me hooked.

    (I still love Keanu Reeves regardless; it may be how great his love for his mother and sister has me unwavering my view of this man.)

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  37. 37 daisytwenties

    doesn’t it take a pretty good actor to act like he/she is a bad one?

    anyways, drama seems cute :D

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  38. 38 Norme

    Annyeong JB,

    Applause to you JB..Nice recap…..Will be following very closely..

    Luv the main actor / actress…Kamsamida…JB

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  39. 39 bbm

    Wow that’s fast!!
    after wallowing yesterday remembering i’m never going to see baby nami again, and here you are bringing your fabulous recap of Oh My Lady… loving the tone of the drama, it really balancing for the serious drama watching lately (aka chuno)…
    need to download this tonight.
    do any kind soul know which team will be doing the soft-subbing? or will there be any softsub?

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  40. 40 Anon

    @bbm

    WithS2. :)
    ——-

    And if you want to watch it online, then go to Viikii. Sub is almost done for epi 1.

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  41. 41 jun

    Lol, this makes me want to watch matrix all over again, where he was probably at his worst in terms of acting, and ironically it;s what got him known world wide.

    and back to the drama, while the pacing is a bit off imo, I liked the characters alot, especially Min Woo, Si Won did a respectable job.

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  42. 42 djes

    @39 bbm : as far I know, WITHS2 will be take this drama as their project! So yay for good subtitles!

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  43. 43 bbm

    @Anon, djes,
    withS2?? yay for good subtitles indeed…
    thank you for answering

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  44. 44 bjharm

    have no idea why it always ,this is a good drama but shows nothing new,,,so what most drama that try something so called new end up as a mess. I say so called because if you really try you see everything been done before sometime some place. It is just pretentiousness to pretend your drama something new and special, it basically both hype and simply not true. So bring on the well made I seen it all before its all been done before dramas I say! :-) At lest thay are watch-able.

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  45. 45 ghian

    hahaha love it (i just read it ) .. i think i have another drama for survival hahaha
    (since WUAS was gone)
    :] xD

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  46. 46 deannadsc

    Just finished re-watching WUAS for the third time & still having withdrawal pangs!!! I’m sooo missing Kang Ha, Palgang & baby Nami!!!!
    but I’d gladly take a peek at OML, just to see for myself what this whole brouhaha about Si Won’s abs are all about!!! LOL!!!
    Still have to finish TWWSWTM & Pasta’s endings!!!!

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  47. 47 moimoiness

    woa!!

    the keanu reeve reference just plain hurts, i loved him since speed..i know, he’s bad, but i just can’t resist..lol..

    i gota wait til the end of the week to watch the eps though, i have finals, and some of the subs of viikii are still missing..

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  48. 48 epyc

    Thanks for your speedy recap, JB! I enjoyed Ep 1 very much and let’s hope the drama won’t disappoint.. I honestly don’t mind another yummy dose of fluffy fun, ahead of Cinderella Sisters and Bad Guy.

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  49. 49 Rea

    JB….million thanks!!!
    I’ve watched this drama online but without subtitle makes me try to guess what’s they said. Ur website will be on my 1st list to check more complete story of each episode^^

    So far, watch this drama just coz Siwon & ChaeRim. so far, i’m enjoying the story that typically i like most. But still cant say good or not. need watch more episode later.& waiting how siwon will act with the little girl. Just guess: maybe later episode will be more sad or touched scene than comedy.

    Btw, did Siwon really kiss that co-star?? hahaha makes all ELF jealous (incld me).

    But why korean drama theme lately is about romance between older woman with younger boyfriend?? new trend?? it should be the 2nd in this year after woman wants to marry, 3rd will be personal taste, pls correct me if i’m wrong.

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  50. 50 Sakki

    OH my God!! Reading a book of PAULO COELHO??!!! IT´s a brazilian book and it sucks!! because I´ve already read one of his books…..

    AAhhhhahahah….. It would be better if they said he was reading HARRY POTTER or Twilight!!!!

    ^___^

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