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The Secret Life of My Secretary: Episodes 1-2

Better late than never! The Secret Life of My Secretary is proving to be too good to pass up, so recap it is! There are so many ways to describe this show: Cute, funny, heartwarming, heartbreaking; there’s even a smattering of action that sneaks its way in. With a cast of characters that grab your attention and a plot that keeps moving briskly, I can’t wait to see where this is going. No more waiting – let’s dive in!

(Note: This recap is just for episodes 1-2, so the end commentary does not cover anything past that. There will be a review on the rest of the series shortly.)

 
EPISODE 1-2 RECAP: What Happens When One is Patient for Three Moments?

Opening on a flashback, our heroine, JUNG GAL-HEE (Jin Ki-joo), narrates that her family always had a motto they stood by: “Three moments of patience can ward off disaster.” Everyone believed in it firmly, right up until her mom gets hit by a truck whilst exercising those three moments of patience.

On her death bed at the hospital, Gal-hee’s mom tries to tell her daughter to “ditch” the family motto, but the beeping of her heart rate monitor blocks out her words. She passes before delivering the message, leaving the rest of the family sobbing and Gal-hee desperately asking what her last words were.

Speed up to current time, Gal-hee is ring shopping with a borrowed fancy VIP credit card. Her boss, DO MIN-IK (Kim Young-kwang), is a director at T&T Mobile, a media company. While Gal-hee is out buying a present for her boss’ mother, Min-ik is peeking around some shrubbery at the office, gleefully eavesdropping on a group of executives as they discuss him.

As he listens to the higher-ups complain over his rapid advancement, he carefully observes the faces and mannerisms of the group. He picks up on minute details in their expressions and deduces their true thoughts behind the false flattery.

Sauntering over to the group, he jovially confronts one of the execs, grinning as he muses out loud that in spite of the compliments, the man is planning to vote to keep Min-ik’s uncle (CEO Shim) in the CEO position, rather than Min-ik.

Leaning in real close, Min-ik whispers that even if the exec doesn’t like him, he has his own people backing him. At that moment, his friend (and another director at the company) KI DAE-JOO (Gu Ja-sung), comes running around the corner looking for him. Min-ik points to Dae-joo as one of those people supporting him.

Grinning like a Cheshire cat, Min-ik tells the group to “carry on badmouthing” him, then he departs with Dae-joo. After he leaves, the execs grouse about how they can’t hide anything from Min-ik: “He will remember you if he sees your face once and will read your thoughts when he sees your expression.”

Turns out Dae-joo has been looking everywhere for Min-ik as he’s needed at the rehearsal for a big company broadcast that Min-ik is hosting. Everything goes smoothly until Min-ik jumps up on stage and the black of his suit blends with the black background, making him look like a floating head on the monitor.

Everyone panics because the media team has already gone home for the day, but Min-ik simply heaves a put-upon sigh and uses his phone to take a video of himself against the backdrop. A group of company secretaries watch all this and wonder why the director is so calm in the face of crisis. One of the women answers that he’s calm because it’s someone else’s job to panic.

Sure enough, a very freaked out Gal-hee is watching the video her boss sent her. Gal-hee leaps up and starts running frantically back to the company building.

While we watch Gal-hee sprint, the secretaries narrate how Gal-hee is little more than an errand runner for Min-ik, doing any and all tasks he asks of her. She gave up wearing heals so she can run to her boss whenever he calls, and carries a diaper bag full of emergency supplies for him. Gal-hee even went so far as to supply a urine sample in his place when asked. (Um, ew.)

Gal-hee arrives running to the office, but the secretaries confront her in the lobby. They gripe that her willingness to do any and everything has given the rest of them a bad name, turning secretaries into minions. It’s harsh, but Gal-hee doesn’t even bat an eye. She states plainly that she buried her pride long ago and since this boss pays her more than any other job, she’s willing to do anything to keep the work.

The secretaries get the last word however, when they remind her that Min-ik has gone through a new secretary each year and never renews their employment contract when the year is up. That shakes Ga-hee’s conviction a bit since her one-year term is coming to an end soon.

Gal-hee bursts into Min-ik’s office with a new outfit. As she dresses her boss, she gives a series of explanations for why this problem happened, but all the excuses are knocked down by a blasé Min-ik (Gal-hee: “I confirmed the background with the media group twice.” Min-ik: “You didn’t confirm a third time?”).

Suddenly Min-ik leans down in front of her so their faces are inches apart. Everything slows like they’re about to have a moment, but then he puckers his lips and Gal-hee whips out Chapstick and applies it for him. Pfft. Her subservience is complete when she offers her own head as a brace so he can balance and put his new shoes on.

The broadcast commences and Min-ik gives a flawless presentation. Gal-hee watches from the sidelines where she’s joined by Dae-joo. Noting her bright red cardigan which she always wears along with her dependable flats, he deduces that she uses the sweater because it’s something she can wear both indoors and outdoors while running around for Min-ik.

Gal-hee is shocked he figured it out, until he reveals that before Min-ik had a secretary, Dae-joo was the one assisting him. Commiserating together over his picky tendencies, Dae-joo warns Gal-hee not to devote too much of herself to the job. “Always restraining yourself, bowing your head and working hard doesn’t guarantee acknowledgement.”

At home, Gal-hee’s older brother, Jung Joong-hee, who’s eyesight is so poor he’s practically blind, runs over with an envelope, yelling that Gal-hee’s little sister’s college acceptance has arrived. Gal-hee leaps up, but it turns out to be just an envelope of take-out fliers that Joon-hee couldn’t see properly.

Glaring at her brother over the false alarm, Gal-hee swears that she’ll work hard to earn the money to send her sister to the same school that Min-ik attended, determined that she’ll be a success and won’t have to stand in the wings like Gal-hee.

Anxious about her employment contract, Gal-hee visits HR the next day to ask if Min-ik has made any moves to renew it. He hasn’t, but Gal-hee learns that of all the many secretaries Min-ik has had, there was one – his first secretary – that he kept for 3 years and even suggested hiring as a full employee.

Min-ik and Dae-joo meet on the rooftop and Min-ik hands over a USB, calling it a gift. In return, Dae-joo hands him a sign up for the company athletic competition. Min-ik just tuts that he would never compete in anything like that, especially for a mere first prize of a rice cooker.

Just then Min-ik uses his crazy vision skillz to see Gal-hee waaaay down in the crowd around the building. He starts picking at how she’s so clumsy getting stuck in the crowd instead of going around, but Dae-joo is more amazed he can spot her from so far away.

Min-ik boasts, “Even if I become deaf I feel like I could still hear her. Even if I go blind, I think I could still recognize her.” Dae-joo suggests that he consider renewing her contract since she knows him better than any other assistant he’s had, but Min-ik shuts that down immediately, reminding Dae-joo of the last secretary who knew him so well and what she did. Hmmmm, intrigue.

In her boss’ office, Gal-hee thinks about the HR rep telling her that her employment contract had recently been sent to Min-ik for renewal consideration, but hasn’t been approved yet. As luck would have it, Min-ik strolls in carrying the form Dae-joo gave him for the company athletic competition and Gal-hee – noting the official looking document – assumes that it’s her contract.

Seeing Min-ik start to ball up the paper, Gal-hee shouts out to ask if he just received that. Min-ik confirms it and throws the paper out, saying she should just rest instead. Of course, we know he’s talking about the athletic competition, but Gal-hee thinks he’s saying he won’t re-hire her so she can take a break.

Gal-hee immediately stomps a salute and swears that she never needs any rest, shouting to the shocked Min-ik, “I will run with you even to the point of risking my life.” When she promises that she’ll work until her armpits become a salt farm (again, ew), Min-ik caves. He agrees to consider it (the athletic competition), and Gal-hee is ecstatic because she believes he’s considering it (renewing her contract).

Heh, as Gal-hee drives Min-ik home that night, he keeps staring at her in the rearview, marveling at her devotion to winning a rice cooker. Gal-hee is feeling pretty good, thinking that her boss is considering hiring her, that is right up until she buzzes him into his apartment complex and opens the gate smack into his forehead.

It’s a pretty hard bang and Min-ik freaks when his vision of Gal-hee’s face goes blurry. Seeing that his head is bleeding, he immediately runs off in a panicked daze and grabs a taxi. Poor Gal-hee is left frazzled, confused, and cursing her bad timing.

Min-ik goes straight to a hospital and starts pestering Doctor GU SEOK-CHAN (Kim Byung-choon). Min-ik knows him from a surgery he had as a boy, and it’s clear they’ve maintained a close relationship since given the whining and pouting that Doctor Gu is putting up with while Min-ik chases after him.

Min-ik is worried sick since he had always been told to avoid any kinds of stress after his past operation (he sites this as the reason he never does any physical activity and avoids crowded places). In the end Doctor Gu quizzes him on mathematic times tables, gives Min-ik’s scalp a quick peek, then flicks him on the forehead for worrying over nothing.

Min-ik returns home to find a med kit care package and a sorry note from Gal-hee hanging on the gate. He scoffs that she didn’t need to do that but looks slightly appeased.

That night Min-ik sits with Gal-hee’s contract, considering her renewal. He starts to rip it up, but stops when he looks back at the care package she left. He remembers back to her hiring interview and thinks over all the effort she’s put in over the year. It’s enough to give him pause, but we don’t see his final decision.

The next morning Gal-hee is up and getting ready for the athletic competition. Her sister points out this it’s the anniversary of their mother’s death (a day when Korean families hold memorial rites together), but Gal-hee insists she has to go, chirping happily that the boss agreed to consider making her a full-time employee.

At the competition, the secretaries welcome a new arrival, LEE EUL-WANG (Jang So-yeon), greeting her as their sunbae. Attention is pulled though when they marvel at Gal-hee’s effort as she does push-ups on the side, claiming she has to get ready to compete with her boss.

The others scoff that Min-ik never comes to these kinds of things, but just as Gal-hee’s enthusiasm starts to droop, who should we see slow-mo walking over in a brightly colored tracksuit, but Director Do Min-ik. The sheer amount of jaw-dropping is oddly satisfying.

Dae-joo sees Min-ik sauntering over and is shocked as well. He asks why he’s attending when he never does, and Min-ik just sighs that it’s because of her, nodding at the smiling Gal-hee. (Aww!)

Min-ik heads over as the contestants are being called for the main event – a race where the boss’ piggyback their secretaries. Everyone watches when he presents his back to Gal-hee and tells her to hop on. When she stares frozen in shock, he actually backs up into her, grabs her arms, and pulls her up on his back.

The race begins and the bosses all run to a relay point where the secretaries must reach up and bite a chip off of a string. Min-ik give Gal-hee an extra boost up and she eagerly chomps the snack right off, then the two are running back.

Gal-hee is in heaven as they run down the finish line. They beat the rest across the finish line and win first place to enormous applause – even the other secretaries are clapping. Thrilled, Gal-hee gives the nonplussed Min-ik a hug before catching herself, then backs away with a cute “First place!”

Min-ik gives a half smile at that and says he wanted to give her this so they could end their work relationship on a good note. (Oh no.) He holds out his hand for a final good-bye shake and Gal-hee’s face falls completely.

The two relocate and Min-ik reveals that he will not renew her contract. Gal-hee is confused since he agreed to “consider it,” but Min-ik clarifies that he was talking about the competition they just ran. He starts to chuckle about the misunderstanding since her fervor makes more sense now, until Gal-hee asks incredulously if he’s laughing while firing her.

Min-ik points out that he always lets his secretaries go after one year, but Gal-hee admits she was hoping for more when she learned that he kept a previous one for three years. At the mention of the mysterious secretary, Min-ik’s voice hardens and says she shouldn’t have had any expectations since her contract was always only for a year.

Half yelling, half crying, Gal-hee rants about the sacrifices she made for him and how she gave up living her own life just to become an accessory to him. Sobbing that even her personal diary is filled with his schedule, she demands to know why, after all of that, she isn’t even allowed to any expectations of being hired in return?

To his credit, Min-ik looks moved as he listens to everything she went through for him. However, in a cruel irony, the moment is broken by the loudspeaker announcing Gal-hee as the winner of the rice cooker. Min-ik offers a sad congrats and gently pats Gal-hee’s shoulder, then walks away, leaving her crying amongst the cherry blossoms.

Afterwards, Gal-hee trudges home with her first-prize rice cooker. She gets home to see her brother and sister passed out in front of their mother’s memorial, the same memorial she skipped because she thought her boss would hire her. Seeing her mother’s picture and the family motto above it, Gal-hee breaks down completely. (*Sniff*)

The next morning finds the now jobless Gal-hee trying to sleep in, but unable to when the cursed rice cooker keeps beeping at her. Not wanting to tell her siblings that she was fired, Gal-hee fibs that her Min-ik gave her the day off.

At the office, Dae-joo opens the USB Min-ik gave him and grins to see some adorable dog videos (so cute!). Additionally, Min-ik saved a surprise folder inside that shows advertising trend predictions for the year.

Secretary Wang enters with coffee and picks up on Dae-joo’s praise for Min-ik. She comments that his business acumen is why Team 1 is doing so much better than Team 2, only belatedly remembering that Dae-joo is the director for Team 2. Oops.

Dae-joo brushes it off with a smile, agreeing the Min-ik is the more talented. Interestingly he invites Secretary Wang to drop the honorifics (something friends or family would do) and addresses her as Noona, which could mean either they have a friendly relationship, or she is his older sister. Both their smiles fall though when Dae-joo receives a call from CEO Shim.

Dae-joo end up being called out for a dinner with the CEO, only to realize that it’s really a get-together of the head execs, the same ones that Min-ik slighted earlier that day. Looking incredibly uncomfortable but resigned, Dae-joo joins them as they continue to discuss the upcoming meeting which will vote for the CEO position.

The execs are quick to put their support behind reappointing CEO Shim over Min-ik, but he jovially brushes off their compliments and focuses instead on Dae-joo, calling him a rising star in the company. Placing a piece of meat from the head of the fish entre on Dae-joo’s plate, CEO Shim tells him that once you’ve tasted the head, you’ll never go back to the tail meat. Well hello, symbolism.

Min-ik is working late at the office and needs some of the data on the USB he gave Dae-joo earlier. He heads over to Dae-joo’s office but pauses to see Gal-hee’s journal on her unoccupied desk. Remembering her earlier words about her diary being filled with his schedule, he flips through it and sure enough, it’s just pages of notes and reminders about him.

Looking a bit guilty, he continues past, not seeing one of the secretaries in the hallway behind him. Thinking that he’s leaving work for the night, Gal-hee’s old co-worker calls her to tell her that it’s clear for her to come get her stuff.

Gal-hee sneaks in and starts packing up her belongings, but she’s startled when Min-ik wanders back after collecting the USB. She drops down behind her desk and overhears Min-ik take a call from Dae-joo and agree to meet “there.” Min-ik heads out, twirling the USB on his finger and passing Secretary Wang in the hallway.

After narrowly avoiding a confrontation with her ex-boss, Gal-hee packs up her stuff and heads down to the breakroom where she sits and stares at the saying on the wall, which just so happens to be the same as her family’s motto.

Aww, all the other secretaries show up – even the snarky one – and they hold a farewell party for Gal-hee. In the meantime, Min-ik makes his way over to “there,” which turns out to be a boat. Except while Min-ik waits, Dae-joo instructs his driver to go somewhere else.

Hah! All the secretaries get well and truly plastered and start cursing Min-ik’s poor treatment of their (now) beloved Gal-hee. In solidarity, they decide to go kill the evil Director Do, but Gal-hee calls off the hounds. Pointing to the motto, she says that they have to be patient.

Right at that second, one of the characters falls off the wall and it changes the motto to read “Three moments of patience brings great disaster.” Like a lightbulb going off, Gal-hee finally understands what her mother had tried to tell her on her deathbed and leaps up into action. Downing a bottle of soju, Gal-hee stumbles over to grab a bat and yells, “Let’s go kill that jerk!”

Lion King music kicks in and all the secretaries stand, roaring like the lionesses of Pride Rock while Gal-hee swings her mighty bat-of-justice. They each grab their weapon of choice (a.k.a whatever is on hand), then they’re off, slow-mo walking down the hall to Queen’s “We Will Rock You” anthem.

Min-ik, the unknowing target of the collective secretarial fury, is still at the boat waiting for Dae-joo to arrive. But instead of Dae-joo, a man all in black with a facemask boards the docked boat.

There’s an awkward moment where Min-ik tries to tell the suspicious character that he’s got the wrong vessel, but suddenly the man lunges at him, making a grab for the USB that Min-ik just put in his jacket pocket. The two men grapple and it’s obvious that neither of them are fighters in any way. Masked Man even looks a bit scared of the whole confrontation.

Min-ik manages to break away and runs off the boat. He trips on the dock and his phone goes sliding into the water (of course). With Masked Man right on his heels, Min-ik pops up and keeps running.

The two men continue their chase, ending up on the second level of an outdoor building overlooking the marina. It’s a standstill when Min-ik realizes he’s at a dead-end.

Away from the fight (mugging?), the ferocious secretaries have lost some of their fervor when confronted with the cold night air. Sobering up, they start to wonder if maybe they should just go home instead.

Gal-hee refuses, denouncing them all as traitors. Determined to fight for her own justice and armed with a pair of pig’s feet nunchucks, she strikes out on her own, while the others go spilt a cab. Pfft.

On the patio, the attacker pulls out a knife and Min-ik askes in disbelief if he’s really going to stab him. Masked Man lunges and manages to pin Min-ik against the railing, both men fighting for possession of the weapon.

As luck would have it, Min-ik spies Gal-hee as she stomps her way towards his boat and calls out to her. Heh, she instinctively bows and yells “Yes, director!” when she hears his voice. She thinks it’s just a figment, but Min-ik’s repeated calls get her attention and she squints upwards.

Min-ik is pulled back from the railing and ends up on the ground, his assailant landing on top with the knife between them. Min-ik tries to push the knife away, but it inches closer and closer to his chest…until Gal-hee looms up behind the man and whacks him over the head with her mighty pig’s feet.

Masked Man rolls off, unconscious, while Gal-hee gapes at what she did. Min-ik kicks the assailant’s knife away and removes the man’s mask, commenting that he recognizes his face from somewhere.

Unfortunately, Gal-hee’s righteous blow wasn’t all the strong and Masked Man comes round quickly. He grabs the discarded knife and when Min-ik leaps in to stop him, he pushes back, slashing the director in the abdomen and shoving him towards the railing.

Injured and unable to stop the momentum, Min-ik tips up over the railing (it’s drama magic, just go with it) and falls to the pier below. As he plummets, he looks back up at the Masked Man whose face appears to blur for a moment.

(Phew! OK, obviously he lives so keep breathing.) The next day Min-ik wakes up in the hospital to a sharp pain in his noggin. Doctor Gu is right by his side, but Min-ik just asks him to call Doctor Gu, not recognizing the man in front of him. The camera suddenly switches so we’re looking at Doctor Gu through Min-ik’s eyes. While the hair and outfit are the same, it’s clearly a different person’s face.

Min-ik wonders at the shocked silence, until he sees Doctor Gu’s nametag. He tries to focus on the doctor, but each time he blinks his face morphs into a different person. Still confused, Min-ik thinks someone is trying to play a trick on him, until Doctor Gu starts asking him mathematic times tables, just like he did before.

In the meantime, Gal-hee is being questioned at the hospital by detectives who think she was the one to attack Min-ik. Gal-hee is so dumbfounded that she can only laugh hysterically and seethe at her ill fate.

Back in his room, Min-ik is also laughing insanely, thinking that this must be a bad dream and tries to go back to sleep. Except the sharp pain in his head convinces him it’s reality and he starts to panic.

Freaking out, Min-ik makes a run for it, but gets scared each time he runs into someone and sees their face change into a different person. Eventually he ends up in a shaking, frightened ball, huddled underneath a table.

As Min-ik hyperventilates, something breaks through his panic: The sound of Gal-hee’s dependable shoes stomping their way in his direction. He looks up to see her come into focus, and remarkably her face doesn’t alter as the others had. She stomps in his direction and he remembers telling Dae-joo that even if he’s deaf and blind, he’ll still be able to recognize her.

Looking like someone who just found their saving grace, Min-ik pops up and calls out her name. Problem is, Gal-hee is still fuming that not only has this jerk fired her after a year of servitude, she’s now being considered a suspect for his assault.

Gal-hee yells, “I don’t care what happens this time, there’s no way I’m saving you again!” But just as she starts marching forwards, Min-ik steps into the charge and grips her in a hug. Gal-hee freezes in shock when he rests his head right on her upper chest, just like a terrified child.

As Gal-hee stands dead still, her hand still lifted to attack him, Min-ik stutters out a fearful, “Secretary Jung, please save me.”

 
COMMENTS

Iinterestingly I went from really disliking Min-ik in the beginning, to having my heart break for him at the end. I’m sure we weren’t supposed to love him in the first place given what he put Gal-hee through, but I was on the verge of not enjoying the show because the character annoyed me so much. I’m really impressed with Kim Young-kwang’s portrayal of Min-ik, especially at the end when he was flinching away from every person he saw. The way he can flip from the blasé attitude to making me have just all the feels (like when Gal-hee was crying because he was firing her, I could feel the guilt coming off him) is truly impressive.

On top of that, I’m equally surprised and impressed by Jin Ki-joo. The only thing I’ve seen her in before was Come Here and Hug Me, and while that had some intense scenes, I didn’t realize she had the range of acting to do comedy as well. The spunk she showed when the secretaries confronted her made me love Gal-hee’s character instantly. She may be acting like a minion, but she is in no way cowed. Now that Min-ik is injured and clearly needs her, I’m looking forward to them butting heads over her returning to work for him. Something tells me she won’t be nearly as easy to re-hire as she was to fire.

What’s most interesting about this show is that the premise seems different from what I had originally anticipated. My understanding had been that Min-ik couldn’t recognize anyone’s face and ends up confusing Gal-hee with a woman he likes romantically. It seems however that Gal-hee is the exception and he actually can see her face, so I’m not sure how this romantic switcheroo is going to happen.

Regardless, I like this version better and it makes more sense with the characters: The episode kept emphasizing that Gal-hee was the one person who knew Min-ik best. It seems that whether he wanted to fire her or not, Gal-hee became a constant for him during their one year together. Now he’s going to have to do some serious groveling if Min-ik wants his Secretary Jung back. (Bwahaha.)

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I like this drama a lot. This is a very (for lack of a better word) tender male character and i haven't seen that kind of sweetness from this actor. He's surprising me. But i have to say that the dragging out the lie thing makes me very impatient. I've never liked lying characters (whether it was because of noble idiocy or self-protection or whatever) the whole lying thing gets on my nerves. I understand that it's part of most kdrama stories so i accept it but this drama has me skipping to the end of episodes to see if the lie is revealed or if honesty wins out over "timing" and the writer's manipulative plotting. Yes, yes, i know that all writing is manipulation but i swear...aaargh! If i didn't like the drama, i would've dropped it a while ago. But the characters are so sweet, quirky, mysterious, etc that i just can't drop it. Thanks for your recap and analysis.

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Yea, the lying part and how it goes on and on is bothering me too, am so dreading the moment he finds it out...

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I think we can talk about the lie in the latest eps recap. Others who haven't watched might not like the spoiler 🤔

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Oops, sorry, I thought this is more like a thread for the drama, not a regular recap. Thanks for reminding, I hate spoiler too!

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Sorry. I kinda remember about six or seven years ago a question about when it was okay to "spoil" a story. This was back in the day and I've forgotten what the decision was. Plus i;ve recently returned to db so i don't know what the spoiler policy is. The story is up to episode 18 or thereabouts at this point. I guess there are a few folks who have not seen earlier episodes.Can we discuss later aired episodes in open thread? Or does the embargo affect open thread also? Sorry about being so clueless. Thanks.

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Strongly support this!so that we can better focus in discussing each and every episode and dissecting their very cute and fluffy plots!

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"dissecting their cute and fluff"
we will have lot more to discuss in future posts... and m relieved there is no word limit on replies....:D

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Will be careful in the future. But am not sure if CandidClown will be reviewing each and every episode or if there will be only one general review of the series at the end? Am assuming the embargo on spoilers only occurs on this thread and not on open thread. Right?

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Hopefully CandidClown will do the recaps for every episodes from now on.Cant wait to know everyone's perspectives on the happenings of this drama.

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The fan walls are so full of spoilers that more can't hurt, whether in Open Thread or the walls. There's no way the overloads can ever stop people from posting reactions on there walls, so if you want to be a Beanie you have to either get used to spoilers or (gasp) avoid fan walls. Since the higher ups don't like spoilers in recaps, we can "spoil" their plans by spoiling everywhere else :)

I'm sort-of watching but a few days behind and knowing a little about the future doesn't really bother me.

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Because of this, I wish we could add spoiler "cuts" on content on the beanie wall (solves the spoiler issue and helps for loading/very long posts).

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QUICK THINK OF SOMETHING TO SAY: “nice to meet you. Im veronica park-ieyo.”

This drama is all the right kind of cheesiness and angst and im grateful we’re recapping it. The leads chemistry is amazing and im loving every second of it.

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Aaawsome! ^^

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I say "awesome" a lot in real life, but this drama is starting to make me feel self-conscious about it. I don't say it quite like Veronica, but still.

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No one says it like Veronica. heh. although Gal-hee is pretty close

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I must say Min Ik’s version has to be the best of them all! Funniest thing i’ve heard lately lol.

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I am really enjoying this drama. It is a bit like walking down memory lane in that it reminds me of my early years of drama watching. That said, Kim Young-kwang is one of my favorite actors. He is able to exude a variety of emotions super effectively and his smile drags me in even though I am a jaded old drama addict.

I look forward to future recaps.

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It's very reminiscent of old school dramas but with some key twists that really keep it fresh. (And honestly a lot easier to watch because there's so much less drama and angst, lol.)

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I agree, it has an old-school feeling that I like, with the cute and innocent romance... but it also means I'm often rolling my eyes at the character's naivety (or stupidity, to be harsher).

It reminds me of my reaction watching FULL HOUSE, where I could not get behind the drama logic at all, and was like "how in the world can you still trust these so-called friends, and how can they even legally sell your house?" But the leads were cute and the romance developed nicely, and that's really what I'd come for.

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Honestly, I've had no trouble overlooking most of the naivety/stupidity, because I'm getting everything else I want out of the drama.

Honestly, the thing that I find the most annoying about the story is Veronica (the actual Veronica). Everyone else seems to love her character, but I find the actress' way of portraying her drive-me-up-the-wall annoying. She's grown on me a bit, but every time I roll my eyes, it's because I'm rolling them directly at her. Indiana Jones in an ancient temple style.

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I think she's supposed to be annoying lol. And honestly, if it were in anything else, and I assume played by anyone else, she would annoy the heck out of me too. But for some reason she doesn't here.
She's kinda petty and manipulative, but never malicious, and she's so self aware that it makes her really fun. At least for me. And she's a romantic rival but NOT, so she's actually quickly becoming one of my favourite Female Second Leads ever. They're usually a lot meaner than this, and a lot more nasty and bratty, and she's just... not. I think the portrayal of her character is self aware too. It's almost deliberately mocking the typical annoying loud second lead, in fact I'm sure it is.

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@sicarius Oh, I totally get where they're going with her character and I don't dislike Her. The character, in and of itself, is really fun. I just can't stand the portrayal of her. It's a style of over-the-top acting that I rarely enjoy, and it pulls me out of the story a lot.

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His smile is so unique because of his upturned mouth, if you know what I mean.

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And he is sexy as heck!

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Oooh, recap! So happy coz I'm watching this (ff-ing most of the office politic stuff) and recap always makes it better.
There is a lot of weak plotting, but the OTP is just too sweet to miss. Loved their interaction and their expressions, Kim Young-kwang & Jin Ki-joo plays off each other so well! There also the sweet bromance and wacky antics and a mystery to solve, an enjoyable watch so far.

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I found myself spending more than an hour to watch each eps because I kept rewatching Gal-hee and Min-ik's interactions. And their behind the scene interactions are just as playful and cute.

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Im glad Im not the only who does that, Ive been taking forever with their scenes

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We are in the same boat! This explains my past episodes rewatch over and over again especially ep5 and 6(sigh)

As much as I tried to avoid ongoing drama,I just cant resist KYK's charms and JKJ's innocence in ig snippets. And now the misery of waiting for the next episodes!huarghhh!!

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Checked the BTS and they are awfully chummy! Gotta love that jealous PD ^^

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Way past that!and now keep replaying the OSTs phase:D

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thats me too... i watch every episode twice then bts videos... these 2 have Hijacked my life completely

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thanks for this recap... finally its here and am so happy.
this is the only drama i am enjoying THOROUGHLY and each n every episode is just doubled the fun of last....
and you said it very right that we wasn't supposed to love Min Ik considering him same old rude boss but this character has such variations than just a bratty boss and KYK is so perfect with thay 1000w smile to outshine everything else other than him...
KJK is the best thing i found after this drama... i never saw her before but i know she will bebon my radar.. she is such a great actress....
thank you for the recap.

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SO much love for Kim Young-kwang ❤️️❤️️❤️️ And the chemistry between the leads is AWE-some!!! But, I really really cannot go with the lies any longer😡

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Aww, recap!! Thank you for the unexpected gift, @candidclown.

It's been quite some time since I fell in love with a romcom this thoroughly, but The Secret Life of My Secretary managed to do that and more. It's cheesy and predictable, but the OTP are so sweet and Jin Ki-joo and Kim Young-kwang are a delight as a couple. They are one of the sweetest and cutest pairing I've watched. I can't wait for your commentary on the rest of the series. Meanwhile, i need to complete my GIF post for the latest eps.

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Yaaaaaaay recaps!! -my initial reaction the moment I saw KYK JKJ piggyback ride on cover. I'm so invested in this drama. I know we're halfway through but yeah better late than never. Can't wait to see other beanies' comments. Hope they're enjoying this show as much as I do.

JKJ have a thousand facial expressions that makes her effective in delivering funny scenes. Paired with an awesome KYK and we have a perfect duo! I have to say I like the director's way of teasing us into thinking a scene is romantic until the bubble gets popped.

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Yay! A recap! Reading it just makes me want to rewatch from the beginning. I love them so much. ❤ Also man, I forgot some of the things MI did to GH or made her do. Did this affect her self-esteem?

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Aaaaaahhhh yaaaaaassssss!!!! I was hoping someone on Dramabeans would recap this and was deeply sad to find that no one was. So glad you decided to pick it up, @candidclown!

I'm bloody loving this drama. It's very old-school in many respects but with multiple twists to the old formula as well. A jerk male lead who's really not that terrible of a person, just kind of thoughtless at times. A female lead who's extremely kind and thoughtful and sacrificial but Not a pushover by any means. A love triangle between the female lead....and herself. (Someone else commented on that on a different Dramabeans post, and I honestly love thinking about it in that way, because it's such a fascinating idea.)

I've admittedly had frustrations with the plot like I think most people watching have, but somehow, my viewing has managed to not be too overly affected by it. The lie is upsetting to a certain degree, and yeah, I would have liked it to have been revealed 2 or 3 episodes ago, but the writers have done a really good job showing the female leads motivation and making me really feel for her. I get why she did it, and I fully sympathize. That being said, I think part of what has kept me from pulling my hair out over it is that I appear to have been misreading some of the story cues that were leading me to believe for the last few eps that he might already know the truth/suspect, when in reality, what I thought the cues were saying they weren't actually saying at all and he has no clue. And since I haven't been in the headspace of 'he doesn't know, and this is gonna blow up real bad,' I haven't had to sit around worrying about what's going to end up happening. Blessing in disguise, I guess, lol.

But yeah. This drama is too cute, and I'm dying every week waiting for new eps, lol.

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Thanks for recapping! I'm enjoying the drama so far. You had the same thought as me, which was, really? He's falling backwards over the railing? Followed by, really? He survived that with only a head injury?

One of my favorite characters is the blind brother. He's super funny!

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I LOVE THE BLIND BROTHER!!! No one else ever talks about him, but he's one of the highlights for me.

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he IS the highlight.. he is like the underdog /black sheep of this drama

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I love him too!!! In many ways. He's not the usual blind sibling that sucks the lead dry with all the self-pity and drama. He's instead a positive support for the lead. It's very refreshing ^^

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i have soooooooooooo much to say abt his brother but thats only for those episode recap as now its just first 2 episode... so I am keeping my essays to myself...

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I somehow feel very protective of the blind brother and proud that he can take care of himself. He even has a job. He's a better older brother than many others in dramaland.

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One of my best friends from school is blind. She's a better pianist than me, she cooks waaaay better than me, and she was better at getting around places than me (not saying much, I can get lost in my own house if you give me the chance). Practically the only thing she can't do is drive.

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Yes! My former roommate in college is blind—she majored in math and then became a lawyer. She also taught me about the power of fan-girling, as she was a MAJOR Trekkie and could recognize any of the episodes of any of the iterations of the show within seconds.

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Off to watch this !
Been in a drama slump lately ...

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Ive started started Go-hos Starry Night on the strength of Kim Young-wangs puppy dog eyes

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Good choice. :)

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you gonna love it and KYK for sure...

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Oh my gosh yess. I went on a KYK binge after Lookout to heal myself hahahaha. I still need to watch White Christmas but that is not a healing drama lol

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I'm tempted to watch it now too!

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He is REALLY cute in "On Your Wedding Day" too!

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And Park Bo young is adorable, like always!

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The recaps makes me want to do a rewatch but where's time. Oh well. Reading is like a rewatch too >.< Thanks for this Candidclown!

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Ohhhh a recap!
Me, I am particularly enjoying Kim Young-kwang and loving him to bits. And different to other "bosses", I didn't find his character so jerky from the beginning, and now with this blindness problem he cannot be a jerk at all.
Kim Young-kwang's smiles are so sweet, he makes me believe in men again! 😅😍😂😱
I am also pleasantly surprised by Jin Ki-joo's acting. Never seen her before, but she is nailing her role here.
Cute, very cute both of them. 😍
And that's all I can say for now 😅😒😅

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When I saw the recap I got super excited and came to the cm section but I didn’t know what to say! Too many emotions and lines!
I said oh ok marina, just write about the leads and how much you are enjoying them but then I saw your cm and well, it’s exactly how I feel for them😍🥰

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Yay!! Thank you!!! I love Beanies discussions and comments and theories and all but nothing beats the overlord’s insights. Especially when it comes to puns and phrases we non natives are familiar with.

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no one could resist that MIST.. not even DB overlords...you see power of their Chemistry...

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Bring on the groveling 😏😏😏😂😂😂😂

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Oh I want to add when it comes to cuteness no living soul in the world can beat Seo In Guk as Louie but Do Min Ik climbed up to take the second cutest baby boy place real quick☺️

Jin Ki Joo knows what comedy is! And why is she that beautiful?!♥️

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Yay there’s a recap 💕

I can’t believe KYK hasn’t done a lot of rom-coms considering his cheesy grins and infantile mannerisms make him perfect for those puppy male leads. I’ve laughed so many times because of him rather than the comedy of the drama itself. Jin Ki Joo is also quite endearing and I’ve actually unknowingly watched her entire filmography and I’ve never seen her play a spunky character despite having the face for it. This is quite an old school romance but I can’t stop myself from clicking on the latest episode everytime it comes out. The interactions between all the characters are interesting enough as well as the plot that moves every episode. Can’t wait to see the rest of the recap.

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He's done Stranger Living In My House. He was equally amusing and great in that. Alas the drama went STALE in the second half. (but Jo Boa's Second Lead got me through LOL).The first half is batshit hilarious though, and the story goes nowhere if you wanted to just watch the first half of that hehe

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oh i've watched it and like you said the first half was great and the second half was stale. I only got through it to watch Jo Bo Ah and Lee Soo Hyuk's interactions

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Pffahaha literally the same as me. I was just there for the second leads at the end even though Jo Boa's character wasn't even nice in that pfft

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So I'm currently watching Stranger Living in My House. Which episode do you recommend I should stop watching?

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Uhm from memory...
8 if you wanna still be happy.
Till 11 is tolerable.
The last five episodes nothing happens so...

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8 it is! Thank you @sicarius😁

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PUUPPPPIESSSSS *dang you KYK*

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Bless all my fellow KYK fans in this thread.

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and this is just first thread of rest 16.. i am just praying we all will survive his charm by then time this drama ends...

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I should hate this drama. I should be irritated with the power dynamic, the cheesiness, the clunky plotting, the over-the-top 2FL, and yet somehow Kim Young Kwang's puppy eyes pull it all together. Min-ik strutting to the field in that absolutely horrific track suit, won me over, but thankfully he prefers a well tailored three piece suit in later episodes.

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I gotta say his purple suit in Lookout is still one of my favourites

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Purple suit in Lookout?! <>

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Yes a purple suit! It was magnificent.

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Did his tracksuit remind anyone else Secret Garden's Joo Won?

http://www.dramabeans.com/2010/11/behold-the-tracksuit-that-would-not-die/

And I love his three piece suits. I am watching him as the artwork model that he is every episode.... Sigh.

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Any over-the-top track suit like that reminds me of Secret Garden. All he had to do was lean back holding out the tag and say "see this?"

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Yes, and I loved it as much as I do Joo Won's tracksuits.

I'm not being facetious. I want to own their tracksuits.

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For me it's also that Gal Hee has enough spine that I can enjoy the two of them together xD

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What I like from the beginning is how handsy both are with each other. They're not self'conscious and freely touch each other and get close physically. So in the beginning they don't have any romantic inkling whatsoever.

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It shows how close they already are to each other, which is important when building a drama relationship. It's definitely part of why I love this couple so much.

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Definitely! Like she's undressing him without blinking an eye when in work-mode haha.

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Yes! I love that the foundation for their relationship is friendship because yes Min-ik..your secretary is probably the only other friend besides DJ that you have.

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It really is a great joy to watch Jin Ki Joo and Kim Young Kwang acting together and playing each other 💕🙂

Just a small warning to those who are planning to start watching: I personally quite disliked this first episode (1hr), especially Jung Gal Hees minioning... it took me 3 episodes (3hrs) to fall in love with this show. By then some revelations showed the motivations behind some acts... And they do comment on Gal Hee's overdoing her secretary duties 😁
Plus... who can resist Jin Ki Joo & Kim Young Kwang by then? 😍🙂

BTW, is the name Jung Gal Hee a female version of Jang Geu Rae (Misaeng)??? 😁

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"BTW, is the name Jung Gal Hee a female version of Jang Geu Rae (Misaeng)???"

Um, I would be Really happy if it were, lol. Misaeng is my favorite drama of all time.

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I am so glad there are now recaps for the drama that has been the highlight of my week since it started and despite the well-liked romcoms recently I haven't into one this much for so long. Too bad I don't have time to comment again too much. My to watch list is ever growing and I am behind everything this week.

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Thanks so much for recapping, @candidclown!

This is one of those shows that I almost passed by because it sounded like just another run-of-the-mill, cheesy rom-coms, but I'm so glad I gave it a chance. Even though all of the elements should combine into something I would usually dislike, I'm weirdly into it. But like almost everyone else here, I think 90% of the reason is Kim Young-kwak, along with his and Jin Ki-joo's chemistry. If anyone else had been cast in his role, I'm pretty sure I'd have dropped it in the first couple of weeks.

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Yeah, on paper it sounds less than it is! Which is super charming!

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Thank you so much for the recapping. I saw a potential in Kim Young-kwang when he played a bully in White Christmas. WH really produced so many young promising actors when I think about it.
The chemistry of the two leads is great.

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So true. I just re-watched White Christmas last week. It's still awesome.

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FINALLY! Thank you @candidclown for finally recapping this fun show!
I won't write about anything that can be a spoiler at this point.

But I do love Min-ik as the harsh boss who can also be totally vulnerable. That part got me hooked.

Gal-hee is great with all her facial expressions and earnestness to support her family.
The older brother is cute in how he fends for himself.
Dal-jae is confusing - we aren't sure if he is a friend or foe. But I do love how he calls Min-ik his work "wife".

But the business of not being able to recognize a face - and not the voice? Come on writers - that part is lame.....

Still I'm loving this show despite the flaws as the main characters are all so cute and lovable.

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The logistics around the facial blindness are...not consistent or logical, but I honestly don't even care, lol. It's not affecting my viewing experience, so just ignore it.

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I guess he could just be really bad with voice recognition? Or the part of his brain responsible for voice recognition was also harmed but no one knows it lol

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Does anyone think Ji Kin Joo looks just like Lee Min Jung when she's wearing her glasses? Definitely not when she's "Veronica". I do wish this pretend Veronica thing was contained to 2 episodes. Dae Ju also doesn't seem to have more than one expression on his face throughout the drama.

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I think, with and without glasses, she looks remarkably similar to Lee Sung Kyung (Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok Joo).

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I definitely see Lee Sung Kyung when she's Veronica, maybe it's the big eyes and makeup...

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Yeah, it is more noticeable when she's Veronica, but I think it's more to do with her hair being straight and not having on glasses. The glasses get in the way of her eyes, and the crimped hair surprising changes her overall appearance.

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The writing annoys the hell out of me more often than not but there is something charming about this drama that pulls me in (also, KYK's gummy smile does this thing to me..g-o-r-g-e-o-u-s).

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Thank you so so so much @CandidClown for picking this up for recap!
I went in with low expectations and got surprised by how good it was! Sure, the premise is nothing new, but the characters just click with me, there's a lot of chemistry and fun scenes that are enjoyable to watch and it has that something that makes me want to watch another episode.

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Yay. So happy you decided to recap this drama! I was very surprised to see it appear on the site today!

I've been really enjoying it surprisingly. I watched the trailer for it and was just kind of meh about it, but decided on a whim to give it a go because I've been in a drama drought for the last half a year or so. Nothing has been really appealing to me so I'm glad I gave this one a chance!

I like that DMI's character isn't the typical jerk and that Gal Hee has some spunk to her. They are both just portraying their characters so well and have great chemistry. DMI is like a dopey, cute Labrador. He is a likeable character which I contribute in large part to them selecting the right actor to play him, and, of course, the writing. Kim Young Kwang is doing a great job with the whining and pouting (ha!), as well as the cute facial expressions.

Jin Ki Joo is great with being a little sassy and with the comedy. Can't wait to read the recaps of the other episodes!

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Kim Young Kwang is not my favorite actor, but boy do I like looking at him. In this series, he's adorable. However, I don't like how a character can go from fully capable to a full on child who is incapable of doing simple tasks. Also, I don't get how this is going to go from secretary to love, since she basically looks like an overbearing helicopter parent.

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"Helicopter parent" 🤣😂

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Oh, thanks for the recap!
I watched only till eps.3-4 and was thinking to drop it, but commenting with the beanies will be fun, so I think I'll give the show a second chance.

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Thank you this recap. I didn't realize Kim Young kwang would be so addicting 😋😍❤

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Sigh.. the misery of waiting for Monday, and now I am re-watching the past episodes from another lenses. Interpreting DMI's acts as one who is in denial with his feelings from the start towards his secretary due to their social status difference (?). Or he is just playing along with everything (?). Or his illness is the challenge in their 'love story'(?). Can't wait for this series to end, so that I can re-watch it from the writer's framing.

To be honest, this first episode doesn't really that enticing even for yours truly, who is still in k-drama rom-com mode. (I do alternate between suspense and comedy genre) The one that keeps me watching was KYK's grins, playfulness and cheekiness. Yes, am guilty as charged!:D

For the newbies, hang on there at least to 3rd episode. Before you start to laugh out loud and even cry with them later in digging the characters' motivations and struggles in the later episodes.

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You are making way too much of a casual but honest comment he made years ago about his personal preferences. He was not body shaming. Netziens seem to like to twist people's words around to make them sound the worst they can possibly sound. If you have never said anything that could be twisted around to make you look like you are not politically correct then good for you. I personally have tried to be polite and accepting of others but am sure I have failed many times. If you shun Kim Young Gwang for not lying about his personal preferences in order to be politically correct, then you are missing out on a wonderful actor and hours of terrific entertainment from him.

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I think during an interview he was asked about his ideal type and he said he doesn't like girls with thick ankles.

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That's it? How is that body shaming??? If he had said 'Girls with thick ankles are ugly,' then yeah. That's not cool. But he said he prefers girls who don't have thick ankles, and he's suddenly a body shamer? Nah, son. We taking it a little too far with that one. Yeah, it's oddly specific, but it's also kind of a normal thing to hear on Korean TV and radio and in articles. "What's your ideal type?" "I like girls who don't have thick ankles." "Checks out."

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Gal-hee in the header image is my permanent mood. I just find myself smiling like crazy. Glad the show is getting recaps as it's one I look forward to every week.

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I’m just done with the first four (30 min) episodes and came back here to gush!!! First, Kim Young Kwang is so frakking engaging, and I love his portrayal of Min-Ik. That said, I equally love Gal-hee and her candy character so far. The comedy is gold here and Veronica is so over the top, I totally believe it!!! These three steal the show from everyone else. The other VP, nefarious-best-friend-there’s-history-there-I-think, is not so engaging yet, don’t know if his acting can compete with the others, though. Here’s to another compelling Kim Young Kwang drama (your first bias will do that to you)!

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I just watched the first and second episode and I fell in love with it immediately! I always had a special place in my heart for rom-coms and this one surprised me a lot so i'm looking forward to the following episodes~

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