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Unemployed Romance: Episode 1

Cable rom-com Unemployed Romance premiered this weekend on E Channel, so I thought I’d catch the first episode and weigh in. It’s a short 10-episode series airing on Saturday nights, and seemed like a promising setup for a heroine-centric underdog tale.

It’s a light, easy watch and Lee Young-ah is likable right away. And because our heroine is a drama writer, there’s some hilarious meta about dramaland sprinkled throughout. But it isn’t by any means a fast first episode—it takes a while to rev up, and it might’ve been a show that would benefit from having a second episode air directly after. Let’s just say I wanted a leetle more romance in my Unemployed Romance.

 
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EPISODE 1: Queen of Dramas

We open on a sequence narrated by our heroine, that might in fact be your average weekend makjang, on super-speed: A woman marries into a family and is shunned by her father-in-law, who makes her life a living hell. He shoves her down the stairs and makes her a laughingstock at a family banquet out of spite.

She confronts him about the mistreatment, only to have him horrifyingly confess that he’s actually in love with her, and then when she runs home to find hubby, she finds him in bed with his sister. “We’re not really siblings!” “Our love is pure like Autumn In My Heart!” Hahahaha.

As she falls to the ground in shock, other voiceovers join in to tell her that this makjang fest was already a storyline last year—hasn’t she done her research? Cut to: real life, where the players in the drama turn out to be a team of writers and a PD, brainstorming new storylines for their drama called Love and Ruin.

Our heroine IM SEUNG-HEE (Lee Young-ah) gets chewed out for her hackneyed pitch, and then her boss sidles up to ask her to write a drama pilot on spec, promising that this time it’ll be “a real drama—a miniseries!” She rolls her eyes, having fallen for that line more than once, but he reminds her that she took this job (that pays pennies) so that she could someday be the queen of dramas.

She heads home that night to find her roommate MOON SUN-JOO (Bae Seul-gi) home when she was supposed to be staying near her drama set to write; Sun-joo is clearly the successful writer of the two.

When Seung-hee tells her about her day, Sun-joo answers patronizingly, “Oh, it’s so much worse when you’re on a miniseries! Mistakes like that wouldn’t be tolerated.” Seung-hee raises a pillow to launch at her, but thinks better of it in the end.

She offers to go buy coffee since she finished the last of it, and then gets her petty revenge by dunking her dried squid in Sun-joo’s coffee. (I love that she drinks soju with a bendy straw popped in the bottle like it’s a coke. We could be friends.)

In voiceover she says that when they first moved in together, she was the one with the promising future. We go back to 2010, when Seung-hee was knee-deep in her fantastic idea for an open screenwriting contest, and Sun-joo was the one struggling without a story.

But then in that short time, Seung-hee hurt her arm and wasn’t able to finish her script, and their fates flip-flopped. Sun-joo became a Writer, and Seung-hee became “a writer who gets paid to write whatever you ask.”

She says that Sun-joo could live on her own, but she stays, perhaps because she knows she’s living the life that Seung-hee was meant to. Seung-hee is clearly envious, but says that she doesn’t hate Sun-joo: “In truth, all my misfortune began with that bastard…”

In a dreamlike (or nightmarish) flashback, Seung-hee chases a man up a crowded escalator shouting his name: “Jong-dae-ya!” We don’t get a formal introduction, but this is KIM JONG-DAE (Namgoong Min).

He doesn’t turn around, and then halfway up the escalator, she breaks a heel and begins to fall backwards. Is this how she hurt her arm? She shakes herself out of the memory with a shiver before we can see how it ended.

Her sister calls to say that she’s sleeping over tonight, in a rage because she found out her husband went to a room salon and swore he only “talked” to the ladies. Seung-hee sighs that unni should (a) try believing him, or (b) leave the kids at home so that he has a hard time and cares to find her sooner. Practical AND revengey.

Unni isn’t having it though, so Seung-hee resorts to a sleepover at the jjimjilbang because she can’t have her family invading her shared workspace. Unni sighs that Sun-joo’s personality sucks, but she sure writes good dramas. “You should write ones like that!” Oh, family.

Seung-hee asks if Unni’s got any good neighborhood ajumma gossip for her to use for story ideas, but she’s fresh out. So she gets up to go trolling for gossipy ajummas to eavesdrop on.

She hits the jackpot with a trio of gabby girlfriends who know all the dirt on cheating husbands of people they know, and she lies down nearby to get the juicy details. When they start whispering out of earshot, she sidles up to join in, making up wild lies about being an ajumma herself as a way into the conversation. Is this where makjang ideas come from?

She makes friends with the chattiest of them, but cringes when she finds out that they’re neighbors. For now, she keeps up the lie that she’s a fellow mom to keep her gossip source open.

Unni’s husband comes to the jjimjilbang to pick up his family, having been tipped off by Seung-hee to the tune of a hundred bucks. Unni scowls, and then takes half. Ha.

Seung-hee heads back to the office to bust out the next episode’s script, chock full of new makjang twists courtesy of ajumma gossip. Her boss marvels at her endless idea bank of a brain, none the wiser.

She heads home exhausted, and suddenly the music turns suspense-thriller on us as she walks down the hall to the elevator. A man in a trench coat follows behind her, lurking in the shadows. I admit that part of me is hoping it’s Vampire Prosecutor.

He stops the elevator just before it closes, and doesn’t press a button for a floor, which she finds suspicious.

He doesn’t look especially creepy, but Seung-hee’s imagination runs wild. Suddenly he’s kissing her on the cheek and getting grabby, and they’re catfighting like two really petty schoolgirls—all in her mind, of course, as she glances at him like she’s trying to read his serial killer mind.

She races off the elevator and clamors hurriedly to unlock her door. But he comes closer… and closer…

She freaks out and starts pelting him with her purse, until he finally has to hold her back just to get her to listen, and explains that he’s here to meet Sun-joo. Hee. The outcome was obvious, but the effect no less embarrassing.

She bandages up his bloody finger inside, suddenly sheepish and apologetic. She offers coffee only to realize they’re all out, but thankfully he declines.

Sun-joo calls to say she’s running a few hours late because of a rescheduled meeting, and begs Seung-hee to entertain the guy, whom she says is a really important lawyer. Seung-hee’s reluctant, until Sun-joo suggests she take her credit card and go to a really expensive dinner.

So that’s how Seung-hee ends up on a non-date with lawyer SONG WAN-HA (Seo Joong-young), which to her is a ticket to a free meal with lots of beef. She stuffs her face while he makes polite conversation, asking her if she’s a writer too, and what dramas she’s done.

Her face scrunches up as she tries to bypass the question, but he swears he watches a lot of TV, and asks her for the titles eagerly. Seung-hee: “Makjang Survival: Kill Your Husband 2Divorce Show: The Difference Between Wife and MistressReal Chase Show: Catch That Bastard…?” LOL.

On their way back home, Wan-ha says that Sun-joo needed to consult a lawyer for her new drama, and he got assigned the task, not minding because he’s a fan of her work.

Suddenly he stops Seung-hee to say that he’s been wanting to ask her something from the start. He leans in close: “Haven’t we met somewhere before?”

Seung-hee stares at him, thinking to herself that it’s a rather old-school pick-up line for a guy like him, but can’t help but feel flattered anyway.

The air feels like it might go from merely curious to something romantic… but then Sun-joo shows up just in time to break the moment. Argh.

She runs up to apologize that he must’ve been so bored waiting (which gets a side glare out of Seung-hee), but Wan-ha says he had fun. I sort of love how that deflates Sun-joo, if even for a half-second.

Sun-joo ignores the coffee in his hand and asks him to go to the café to talk, and leads him away. But then he turns back to call out to Seung-hee, calling her Writer Im: “I’ll see you next time!” It leaves her with a smile.

She gets a call late that night from the office, with a request to pump out the next episode’s script in three days. She groans that she’s out of ideas, and then remembers her new ajumma source.

First thing in the morning, she gets up to join her gossipy neighbor, who gives her the latest scoop about a mother-in-law who gauged prospective daughters-in-law by whether or not they were a donor match for her failing liver. Freaky. Seung-hee hugs her in delight for the horrific story and offers to buy breakfast, despite the fact that she’s short on rent this month.

She asks for the rest of the story, but the ajumma tells her she won’t know till tomorrow, and suggests a weekend play date with their children. Eep. Seung-hee makes the date and hurriedly calls Unni to borrow her son for the weekend, with the request that she dress him like he’s seven. Ha.

Meanwhile, her boss’s gambling habit has been spiraling out of control, and today he’s so far gone that he decides to bet it all on one big game. This is going nowhere good.

The rest of the staff gathers for lunch at the office, where Seung-hee pores over the announcement of people who passed the bar exam, looking for someone’s name.

The company card gets rejected by the deliveryman, but the staff doesn’t think much of it since it seems to be a regular occurrence. The PD adds belatedly that the boss called to say that their salaries would be late this month, and Seung-hee sighs at the terrible timing.

The boss has lied that he’s on a business trip, while he’s in fact getting a loan against his car for more money to gamble with. Back at the office, the production assistant asks Seung-hee why their company seems to have no money, worried that they’ll go under.

Seung-hee assures her that all small production companies are like this, and that they’ll be fine. They work for a show that’s on the air—what could go wrong? Famous last words.

The assistant asks why Seung-hee is loyal to this company, only to realize (and say out loud) that she’s obviously here because no one else wants her. Yeeeouch.

The next day Seung-hee goes to her play date with the neighbor ajumma, her nephew exasperatedly playing with the other boy and pretending to be seven, just so she can get the rest of the scoop on the “gumiho mother-in-law” and her liver-stealing ways.

She manages to get through the play date okay, but no amount of polite hint-dropping stops the ajumma from inviting herself over for coffee and more play time for the boys.

She follows Seung-hee all the way back to her apartment… but when they discover two scary thugs standing guard at her door, the ajumma runs at the first sign of trouble. Of course the first thing she does is get on the phone to gossip about it.

The gangsters are here looking for her boss, and leave her with a business card to call if he shows up. And then while she’s still standing in the hallway processing that, the production assistant calls from the set of Love and Ruin in a panic. The crew is packing up and leaving because they haven’t been paid. Their company is bankrupt.

 
COMMENTS

I like the premise and the main character, so I envision the series being enjoyable, especially at a low-commitment 10-episode length. It’s just that it takes the full first episode to get us to the unemployed place, which is rather slow given that it’s in your title. I don’t mind spending lots of time fleshing out our heroine, but the pacing is definitely a downside, and in being so slow to get started with its story, it doesn’t leave me clamoring for the next episode.

I think I would’ve been far more forgiving had we gotten more of the hero than a passing glimpse in a flashback, for crying out loud, because we were promised lots of cute. I still think they’re going to be adorable, but I’m sad about not getting any of it from the start. Did we really need three meetings with the gossipy ajumma, or could we have traded two of those for a decent introduction to our romantic lead? Her scenes with Seo Joon-young saved the episode for me, and I already like that there’s romantic potential with the new guy, especially since Namgoong Min’s character will be an ex-boyfriend with all the attendant baggage.

The tone was light and fun—it’s very wink-nod-nudge at the audience, with everything from drama posters and fantasy sequences starring this drama’s main players, to actual winks out at the camera. I like that it’s meta without being self-serious, and that the heroine isn’t too proud to write shitty shows to make her rent. That’s what I like about her from the start—she has big dreams, but she’s a realist who understands that writing for a living isn’t a glamorous job, and writes makjang when ordered to write makjang. She’s a bucket of sass and then some, so I don’t expect her downturn as an unemployed writer to be a bleak one, though I’m sure the show will milk the blow to her ego in as many ways as possible.

As a premiere it shows promise, but it doesn’t instantly grab me. I’ll probably keep watching to give it another episode to win me over, but I won’t be recapping the show week to week with so many fall dramas on the way.

 
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Is there a Vampire Prosecutor season3?

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no real word on season 3, but there's definitely nothing lined up for this year (cross your fingers for 2014...).

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ugh I hope so I hate unfinished series

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Whats so crazy about vampire prosecutor. I dont see the appeal

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The hotness of mister prosecutor?

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Mr. hotsecutor?

The blink and you'll miss it moments with the elephant in the room romance between vampy prosecutor and pixie prosecutor?

Ajhusshi and vampy bromance?

Whiny maknae?

Answers to loads of questions?

take your pick......;-)

It's a happy addiction maybe similar to his blood craving, can't seem to stop from reaching out for it :-)

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Doesn't work for me.

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They are getting cramped! I've been that way since the end of season 2. Really?! A cliffhanger for the next season is fine, but I CRAVE the next season like hotsectutor (vampsecutor?vampcutor?) craves blood!

@tokkioncrack All of the above!

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I seriously hope so, we still don't know much about other possible vampires and it ended like that!
I need a season 3.

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I'm hoping for season 3 too!

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I HATE CLIFFHANGERS!!!

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Cliffhangers are sucky if they go on this long. I heard that a Season 3 had been confirmed for fall by OCN, but then it was been postponed until next year. They need to hurry!!

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do you know any website i can watch this series? tks

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Thank you for the recap!

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You should check this out Ivoire. A little slow but looks to have some potential. Plus, it's short so no huge commitment to sign up for. I'm tuning in.

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Oooh a recap! This is a nice treat. Thanks a ton gf! This show has been on my radar ever since I saw the clip of Lee Young-ah kissing Namgoong Min on their script reading. SO. ADORABLE. Also, I need something new to help me with my Master's Sun withdrawal.

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wish there was more namgoong min....it's about time he was the main role in a rom com
his smile makes my heart melt =)

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I definitely agree that having episode 2 air straight after or the next day would have been a good idea. I wanted to see the main couple meet [again], at least. This episode was setting it up but I wish it had gone a bit faster. That said, I'll definitely keep watching.

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I planned to watch this but the mixed review of episode 1 and tons of shows premiering soon...I guess I'll skip this for now....

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She looked like Jung So Min in the first picture.

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The narrative style is daring and the fact that the lead is almost not present in the first eps... with his show, it's its way or the highway.
2 eps/week would definitely have been better to keep the momentum and hook the viewers.
We won't have Min Tae Yeon in the story but according to the preview, his old buddy should come and say hello. ^^

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Agree that the narrative style feels different and I think in a way it's refreshing and yes, also daring in not really showing the hero of the story in the first episode.

This drama gives off a unique vibe of its own and I'm actually quite curious as to how the writer will unfold the story.

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Ditto to both. I just hope we get some fireworks with episode 2. I think I will enjoy her reactions.

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First episode was good but the pacing was slow. Looking forward to episode 2 to see how it goes. I actually like that we didn't get to see the hero other than that flashback. I'm more interested in how the heroine will endure as an unemployed writer.

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Let me just say that this first episode did'nt grab me at all. Nope, not even a little bit. So disappointing! I don't find our protagonist appealing in the least thus far. She's so dry for ideas that she has to listen in on ahjumma gossip? Like Girl Friday, I really could have done without the three meetings with the gossipy pretend neighbor. So absolutely snooze-worthy, those scenes. I kept waiting for the story to actually GO SOMEWHERE. I tuned in to see Nam Goong Min (whom I adore), only to get the merest of a fleeting glance of him. WTF? When does our writer-protagonist show the first sign that she possesses even a modicum of talent? If she lacks scruples and charm, can't she at least have talent?

I'll give this show one more episode to start showing the cute rom-com the promo video promised us, otherwise, I'm moving on.

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Have to agree that for an opener it was a bit on the slow side and a bit on the "uh, where is the hero, I thought this only has 10 episodes so shouldn't he be here already" side, but I'll give it a chance :)

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I'm looking forward for the romance division ;)

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I watched it and liked it! Thanks for the recap!

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Aww I like it. Can I watch this on viki?

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You can watch it on Dramafever. :)

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I watched it on gooddrama.net

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I'm excited you decided to recap this, even if for just one episode. It looks adorable! Thank you!!!

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oh i'm so happy dramabeans is recapping this series! i had mixed feelings after the first episode so i'm happy to hear others' thoughts! yay.

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In the comments, girlfriday said," I won’t be recapping the show week to week with so many fall dramas on the way."

Maybe there will be others in the Open Thread that will talk about it instead.

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I really liked this episode, but started it without realizing there was only one episode airing a week (and that it's only 10 episodes long). After I finished, I was so excited to see the next one and catch more of the male lead - what a disappointment when I realized there were no more!

So for me, the slow pace wasn't really an issue since I watched with the expectation that there was another immediately on the way . . . if I'd known ahead of time, however, I'm sure I would have felt the same! Instead, I just felt disappointed and annoyed that I had to wait a week. I guess ignorance really is bliss. ^_^

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Thank you for the preview/recap!

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The "her story/his story/their story" format I've read that this series will be using sounds interesting, and I enjoyed the first episode. Like pretty much everyone else, I was surprised at its sluggish pace for a ten episode series and was disappointed that it only aired one episode when two would have helped a lot, I think.

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I liked it. With only 10 episodes, I would agree with everyone else that it does need a tighter focus and not meander too far with the gossipy ahjumma.

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whenever I see this Seo guy 9the second lead), I've always need to smack myself on the head to remember that headsNo2 had mined him *grumbles *that smiles

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Why does Namgoong Min's character have to be the same name as EXO's Chen, just WHY?! XD

And I just basically love how this drama pokes cruel fun at makjang dramas. XD

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seldom have I been so bored by a drama.

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... think I may wait until all 10 episodes have come out -- then marathon it.

I did watch the opening episode and I'm pretty sure I'd drop it (pacing) at only one epi per week.

Hopefully it will pick up steam ~ I'll be *hovering* my fellow dramabeanies comments to see if it's worth the time spent.

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You all said what I felt: a little underawed by what they decided to put into one of only ten episodes.
Really? You thought about it, worked through all the material at your disposal and chose THOSE 50 mins?
It does worry me a little, but I will watch.

Not for the very annoying sister in. Hated her.
Not for the gambling boss, either.

But I LOVED the Mr. Second Lead lawyer scenes, and I am not afraid to tell Heads. Those moments with him carried the whole episode. That could be the only reason they left NGM out of the first episode, so we can be clearly in second lead camp by the time he shows. But at this point, I would prefer he just stay out.

The nephew was hilarious, too. The looks he shot his aunt while having to play seven were great.

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The scenes with the nephew ( his expressions! Lol ) and Heads cute lawyer brought that extra bit of sparkle to this ep.

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so much exaggerated expressions

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I'm hoping that they will continue to make continued use of the incredible Park Hee-jin (the ajumma who is inspiring the inspiration for Lee Young-ah's character's stories) who is the funniest comedic actress in Korea and has taken the spotlight away from her cast-mates in 'Hello Francesca', 'Sent From Heaven', and 'Marrying the Mafia 2&3'. This lady is a scream!!!

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I'm liking this a lot. Am not sure where it's going, though. There was something unpredictable/confusing about what exactly the "real" plot will be. Avoiding loan sharks? Getting a big writing gig with a great show on air? Getting back boyfriend? Getting new boyfriend? Soooooooo much was going on. But i like it and am willing to go wherever it leads. It doesn't seem to be super-special but it feels like a staple kind of appetizer and mercifully it's short. Love the gossipy ahjumma. And as my mother used to say, "Those who gossip to you will gossip about you." Thanks for the recap.

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"Those who gossip to you will gossip about you."

So true!!! Even my mom says that.

As for the plot...from what I read on prior DB posts, it seemed like completely a romance story between OTP with unemployment connecting them after a long time.

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I was so excited for this drama because I like the leads and the story sounded interesting. But yeah, it was pretty slow and even I felt cheated by getting only a tiny glimpse of the hero and that too in a flashback. Still, I will commit to this because it seems to have potential and I don't have other dramas to look forward to. Thanks for the recap.

All the comments on Vampire Prosecutor making a cameo here cracked me up....but damn it, I want it to happen too!!!! Gahh, why isn't OCN announcing anything about the 3rd season? I'm going nuts waiting for it.

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I don't know if it is true but there is a rumor that the first three episodes will be from heroine's view and next three will be from hero's view. And the remains, they will be together. İf that is true i am gonna miss Namgoong Min for a while.

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This episode went by fast for me, so I'll stick with it. I like the heroine, and I do wish Namgoong Min's character got more air time, but I'm holding out for episode 2.

Thanks for the recap, GF!

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gotta say I expected it to be faster paced too ...And such a waste of Nam Goong Min. it's like he wasn't even in this episode!!! Why??!!

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Thanks for the recap!! I got through half of it last night, but it was so slow I was debating whether to continue it. The show sounds like it gets better, so I will try again. Thanks!!

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Oh I forgot about this one! Thanks for the reminder but sad that you're not going to cap it. That is an awful lot of set-up in the first epi, though. Especially if your drama is only 10 episodes long and you haven't even introduced the hero. He better be awesome, though because that second lead already has me swooning. I think I'm going to check it out. At one episode a week, it may be just what I need to break out of the Drama Commitment Phobia I've developed lately. Plus, if I get addicted to Heirs, it will be the perfect distraction to help pass the long weeks.

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I love the actors but I was so bored. Too much set-up. Sometimes you need to just jump in.

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I watched the first 16 minutes (planning to watch the rest of the first epis) but it was bad, for me. I know they are trying to create a comical, over the top tone but it didnt work. It was just a lot of exaggerated sillines that annoyed, rather than charmed. Ifhe rest of the first epi is like this, its going to be hard to watch.

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The writing, unfortunately, feels a little like WTF Paris to me. Maybe it's the trigger of the writer who can't get any original ideas, so has to go out and do things (whereas the majority of the writers I know have too many ideas and worry about having enough lifetime to do them all).

I'll keep watching, but I'm wary about the writing and the messy atmosphere. If it pulls out a WTF Paris I'll have to consider which is going to tie for worst drama of the year. (And WTF Paris just won it hands down with episode 3, beating out some of the other crap I've also watched.)

i.e. My Noonchi is flaring up... low budget production... don't know about this...

Still will give this a fair shake.

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Is that the prince from TWDR?!

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I was so uninspired by the first episode... Just hoping it gets better..waiting to see Nam Gung-Min...

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I just watched the first two episodes of this drama over the weekend.

I actually didn't even notice Namgoong Min’s character lack of screentime. I was too busy enjoying Lee Young-ah's character; she cracks me up! :D

The only problem is now I want the second lead to get the girl! I'm so going to be crushed at the end aren't I? :(

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i watched the 2nd episode and cant wait for more!! is it me or i prefer the second lead with her?? oh gosh this could be hearbreaking T__T song wan ha is cute though :)

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I liked it but I'm hoping that Mr. Second Lead and Lee Young-ah end up together. it's pretty strange for me to cheer for the second lead, but he made me fall in love with him.

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just watched Episode 4 - this show is adorable! It keeps making me laugh out loud.

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Where can you watch episode 4 ?

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I finished the 10th episode of Unemployed Romance, and have to say I actually enjoyed the ending. It was a light, entertaining drama that ended on a feel-good note. Wish it could have gone on for more episodes, but maybe that was the beauty of it. They didn't muck it up with unnecessary storyline.

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