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Shooting Stars: Episodes 15-16 (Final)

It’s time to say goodbye to the characters we’ve spent the last eight weeks with, and watch them march off into happily ever after land with a full heart, and a healthy dose of smiles and laughter.

 
EPISODES 15-16 WEECAP

As it turns out, Ji-hoon and the PR team have known for a while that Tae-sung and Han-byeol are dating, but they pretend to be blissfully unaware of the very obvious romance. Meanwhile, to make sure no one catches on, Han-byeol bans Tae-sung from coming to see her at work.

But Tae-sung is not one to let a little thing like people finding out stop him from seeing the love of his life. And he comes up with a series of excuses to do just that — from bringing PPL snacks for the PR team, to unhelpfully answering their calls and even telling a reporter that his next project is a workplace romance.

Smarty pants Tae-sung also capitalizes on the workplace drama project to kill two birds with one stone. He officially gets to come in to work to practice his “method acting” and he can see Han-byeol at the same time.

Despite Han-byeol’s misgivings, Tae-sung assures her that it’s a foolproof plan. But aside from making subsequent morning meetings slightly awkward for the others, he also does nothing to hide his relationship with Han-byeol at work. He’s so whipped, and I love it for him.

Another set of whipped office couples are Yoo-sung and Ho-young who happen to be working together again on a new project. It’s actor Yoo-sung’s unrequited love drama which also stars Da-hye, and somehow, these two give me another potential couple vibe.

Back to our main couple, Tae-sung realizes how little he knows about Han-byeol compared to how much she knows about him thanks to her many years as his PR agent. So he sets out on operation “All about my Oh Han-byeol” and gleams information about her from the PR team in exchange for helping them with their tasks.

Tae-sung goes overboard with some of the tasks, but his earnestness makes up for it. And more than learning extra tidbits about Han-byeol, Tae-sung also comes to appreciate how much effort Han-byeol puts in behind the scenes to make her stars – including him – shine.

A boyfriend-less Ki-bbeum is left to mope on the sidelines when Han-byeol and Ho-young get into a comparison-of-the-boyfriends, but she does not mope for long as Soo-hyuk soon expresses his interest in her and asks her out for dinner. Yaaayy!!

And though they might have taken eons to get together, things progress quite fast between them. I mean, Ki-bbeum sleeping over after their first date? That was pretty awesome!

But while our erstwhile potential couple has gotten together, Han-byeol and Ho-young are temporarily pulled apart from their boyfriends thanks to their work schedule. And this leaves Tae-sung and Yoo-sung to bond over how much they miss their girlfriends. Relax, guys, it’s just three days. Lol.

When Han-byeol returns, pictures of Tae-sung’s recent visits to the agency have spread online. But unlike Tae-sung, Han-byeol is not ready to go public with their relationship thanks to PTSD from those dating rumors during their university days. And to avoid getting caught, she says they have to be careful.

Hence, Tae-sung’s method acting days at the office sadly come to an end. Despite this, office romance keeps alive with cutie pie Jung-yeol and his girlfriend… Hong Bo-in! I knew it!!

Jae-hyun and Yoo-na, being the adventurous kids they are, get pregnant and decide to get married, sending Dae-soo and Yoo-sung into panic mode. Wait, is this a parody of real-life celebrities getting “blessed with a baby” while preparing for marriage? If yes, I’m all for it!

Now that I think about it, weren’t Jae-hyun and Yoo-na the first official couple in the drama? They also kissed first, and got pregnant and married before the others! Yes, I keep score.

Their wedding ceremony has all their agency friends in attendance, and as usual, Han-byeol busies herself with PR duties. Jung-yeol mans the congratulatory money stand, Ji-hoon officiates the wedding, and Dae-soo doubles as the maid man of honor. Heh.

Not to be left out of the fun, our main couple go on a romantic Jeju Island trip. But privacy is nonexistent as they keep running into the newlyweds who are there on their honeymoon, and the crew of actor Yoo-sung’s drama which is also filming in Jeju. Lol.

But nothing can stop Tae-sung from making the trip a memorable one for Han-byeol, and he invites Soo-hyuk and Ki-bbeum over to Jeju. Together with Yoo-sung and Ho-young, the six of them have an amazing couples hangout. And my mouth hurts from smiling widely like the seventh member of their hangout from behind my screen. This is really thoughtful and sweet!

After a passionate night together, Han-byeol gets a call from a reporter on a tip about Tae-sung going on a trip with a non-celebrity. And as the moment of truth dawns on her, Han-byeol takes the bold step to go public with her relationship!

The others also take steps forward in their respective lives and careers. Ji-hoon retires (and goes on a trip to meet Si-woo?), and Yoo-sung takes over his position. Ho-young moves up to team leader, and Jung-yeol also moves to senior manager, with a set of rookies under him.

Soo-hyuk and Ki-bbeum are doing great in their relationship, and actor Yoo-sung’s career blossoms. Fangirl Da-hye gets promoted to manage Tae-sung’s fancafe (lol) and the newlyweds become brand ambassadors for baby products.

It’s truly a happy ending, and I couldn’t be happier for all of them. Weekend and family dramas aside, it’s rare to find a drama with as many as five different couples! But a good thing about ensemble dramas like this is that there is someone for everyone. And for a hardcore romanticist like me, it’s a dream come true to watch this many ships sail.

That being said, I think Shooting Stars is one of those dramas that would have benefited from being 12 episodes. Instead, they had to pile up the drama with the estranged mum subplot and Yoon-woo’s death.

The anti-fan site is a legit issue when it comes to celebrities, and without the added baggage of Yoon-woo, it might have been a nice subplot to explore. However, seeing how the founder of the anti-fan site ended up being a remorseless minor who thought he could get away with it because of his age, maybe it was for the best that the drama didn’t dwell too much on it. Otherwise, we might have gone off the rails into some Juvenile Justice territory.

Nevertheless, this is one drama I enjoyed watching as much as I enjoyed being its weecaptain here on Dramabeans. I won’t be re-watching in full anytime soon, but I won’t say no to a few clips here and there to relieve the fun moments.

 
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I loved it
It was entertaining to watch

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I really liked this show, even while I'm not going to make any arguments for its greatness, so I have a few minor observations about it (as if I would have major observations if it was a great show, LOL)

First, @unit thank you so much for your recaps, excellent throughout--of course I always agreed with your assessment of each epsiode, so that always helps in appreciation--but seriously, I looked forward to reading what you had to say each week.

The humor in this show was a real highlight, and it kept it up in these episodes. The PPLs in these last episodes were really funny, even though PPLs always make a good target, even as they do their job.

One thing that made this show so likeable is that every character was likeable, with the exception of that 14 year old. Juvenile Justice was right: tough love, locking him up for 40 years will protect society. Even the crazy salt lady (who was weirdly creepy) and the vindictive manager (who was deranged by grief) in the end weren't too threatening.

I liked all the couples, but Jae-Hyun and Yoo-na were the funniest, Soo-hyuk and Ki-bbeum were the most perfectly matched, Yoo-Sung and Ho-young the least compatible, and strangely, the lead relationship was just not as developed as the other two.

This was, in my opinion, because the focus there was too much on Tae-Sung's devotion (which I liked) BUT not enough on Han-Byeol. It became clear at the end that the person holding back was Han-Byeol, with previous heartbreak, and perhaps her years of pr experience the reason, but I would have liked a few reflective moments laying that out.

Their dates except for the last were constrained, not just because they were all indoors, but also they didn't show much conversation, and let me be frank here, the lack of sex until the very end was a bit puzzling. Even though I have a mind as pure as white snow, when the couple was debating what to do inside, I have no doubt what I would have answered! That's why I really enjoyed that Soo-hyuk and Ki-bbeum slept together and were matter of fact about it after their first real date.

Finally, I was bit surprised about the sentimental turn the show took about the industry at the very end, although I should have realized that it would do so given the highlighting of threats to actors by fans earlier in the series. That actors work hard and are really talented as well as attractive, and that celebrities are under constant scrutiny and sometimes are kind of givens in todays society, and I'm not sure it needed the emphasis it got here. I liked the jokes about the industry better.
However, I am looking forward to the sequel, I Married an Anti-Anti-Fan!

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Thank you too for reading and commenting each week!

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I don’t want to say goodbye to the characters!! Despite a shaky start and some strange melo moments, I loved the drama. I loved characters’ relationships with each other (friendships, frenemies, neighbours, lovers, colleagues, shippers, bosses etc) and how they banded together when things got hard. I liked that it showed the backstage of stardom. And I really liked where we ended - the ending reels showing the actors having a lot of fun mirrored how much fun I had watching!
Thanks for squeeing with me!
Thanks for recapping!
Thanks to everyone who made such a wholesome show!

Now what?

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Also, I can’t remember another drama with this many couples!!

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For real! You only see this many couples in those 50+ episode dramas.

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Now, unfortunately, it's time to say goodbye to the crew around Starforce. Apart from the antifans, there is actually no character I don't like.
My absolute favourites, though, are Jung-yeol and Dae-soo (I'll never forget his "Yoooo-naaaa").
And who would have thought after the first episodes that Tae-sung would be such a devoted and attentive boyfriend.

During episode 15 I had a permanent grin on my lips. These shenanigans are exactly why I love SHOOTING STARS so much.

I will miss this drama and will check in every now and then when I need cheering up.

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I agree that this one would have been better at 12 episodes. That would have allowed for tighter storytelling and less melodrama. But overall, this was a surprisingly pleasant watch with great cameos (still laughing over the closing of the car door) and a range of couples. I wasn't drawn in after the first or even third episode, but after that, I found myself pulled in. Surprised the ratings weren't better, as this seems like the type of show many would enjoy, but it should still be considered a success.

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I've been thinking about the low ratings in Korea, and while I think time it aired, genre, and maybe the leads not being favorites all played a role, I think also the fact that it made fun of fans and at times antagonists out of them hurt its appeal. No one likes to watch a show that criticizes them. I don't know but I wouldn't be surprised to hear that its done a lot better outside of Korea on international Viki streaming.

In defense of the shows attitude toward fans/anti-fans, it does seem as if celebrity culture in Korea is too often toxic, though I'm just judging from the Internet, so I would not assert that definitively.

I criticize Korean celebrity culture even as someone who has lived in Southern California for some time, and seen first hand how crazy paparazzi here are when somehow they get word that an A list movie star is out and about.

I think the difference between here and Korea is that we have a lot of music and sports celebrities living around the area as well as film stars. Plus Southern California's large population, ethnic mixing, sunny outdoors, and culture of fitness means there a lot of other beautiful non-celebrity people walking around (present writer very much excepted). So its just easier for stars, even just semi-disguised in sunglasses, to do normal things without someone trailing them around all the time. I also think that for whatever reason, celebrities' dating is just not the scandal that it seems to be in Korea. But again, I could be wrong, writing as someone who hasn't even had his Warhol 15 minutes of fame and never will (thank heavens!)

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It's interesting that you say some in Korea may have felt that the portrayal of fans and fan/anti-fan culture was too critical. I think you're probably right, but at the same time, I personally thought the show was actually pretty respectful towards fans. (But of course, I'm not a Korean fan or anti-fan of Korean celebrities.) I mean, yes, there were some bad actors like Salty Ajumma, and the writers didn't shy away from showing the effects of fans' personal attachments and wish fulfillment desires preventing celebrities from living their lives and dating. But overall, it often felt like the show was making it clear that most of the time, fans are wonderful and worthy of praise, but in very few cases they go a bit too far.

I agree with your assessment of LA celebrity culture. It's certainly true that celebrities here have to be cautious about exposing too much of their private lives. And I've read about managers advising (usually male) stars not to let it be know that they're in a committed relationship because it'll ruin the fantasy for fans. But with the exception of certain actors (Jennifer Aniston comes to mind) who can't seem to enjoy one minute of their lives where fans or the paparazzi are not all over them, I think most famous people here are free to date and speak their mind without too much fear of fan or anti-fan outcry. In Korea, however, there seems to be much more fear of dating publicly and the fan backlash does seem to be more intense and personal.

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This is an interesting discussion.
Personally, I never felt the drama aimed to make fun of fans in general, but the extremes that are very real. It has been eye opening to see Korean fan culture (I am an ARMY) and I can think of a real life example of every issue that was touched on in this drama.
However, I do lean towards your thinking and wonder if the criticism of the Korean entertainment industry and how celebrities are expected to live probably hit too close to home.

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I think this drama should have adressed more normal themes than the mother one that was too drama-esque.

They should have made them as a couple way more sooner. Their bickering at the beginning was kinda tiring, even if Tae-Sun was pretty funny. They could have showed Tae-Sung being public with his relationship too.

I didn't like Jae-hyun and Yoo-na as a couple. They were too immature and I'm scared for their baby!

The rest of the couple were great! I was happy with Ki-bbeum and So-Hyuk. They were the mature couple, they know what they want and act for it. The face of Tae-Sung is the elavator and him being jealous. His different bromances were really nice, Kim Young-Dae had chemistry with everyone : Lee Sung-Kyung but Lee Jung-Shin, Yoon Jong-Hoon and the CEO and his manager too.

It was a nice and fun drama.

Thank You @unit for the recap!

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Estranged mum subplot and Yoon-woo’s death.

WOW...no wonder this drama can't get its' focus right whether to stay on the melodrama or comedy side. Luckily it didn't slide to under 1%

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Thanks SO much, @unit ! I really enjoyed your weecaps - and the show! It wasn't faultless but it was the light (mostly), silly, clever backstage fun I needed during the past several weeks.

Kim Young-dae's face was the best part of the show for me. Whether he was scheming, smirking, shocked, sulking, or smoldering, he was hilariously expressive. I hope we get to see him in another comedy soon, because he has (is!) a gift.

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😊

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@unit “weecaptain” 😆 I had never heard that, but I love it.

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Hahaha!

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The drama was delightful watch due to very well-written characters. Each couple made sense except Yu-na and Jae-Hyun but hey they were crazy kids being crazy and cute together.
I do agree with common consensus that drama should have only 12 episodes.
Its not a complaint but the drama contains too ideal version of an entertainment company. They were supportive of romantic life of their talent which felt bit like wishful thinking if we look at real-life awful incidents caused by Korean entertainment companies/music labels. There were instances of talent fainting/ being ill because of over working which was glorified.

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I think Starforce represents a hope for change in Korean entertainment industry and how celebrities are allowed to live their lives.

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Where to start?
First @unit, It was so much fun having you as our Weecaptain (I am definitely stealing this word), Reading your thought on each week's episode was like seeing someone putting in words all my feelings, Thank you for such awesome reviews and i look forward to more recaps from you.
Secondly, as a die hard fan of Young Dae from Penthouse, I think i went into this drama scared of his acting but while it wasn't the strongest, he sold me on his character, he was a Man-child who owned up to that till the end, he wore his heart on his sleeve and while the character could have slipped into Jerk territory, he was endearing and sweet and the chemistry?? I think I shipped him with everyone he was rumored to be dating/his costar/even his supposed Boyfriend.
Then to all beanies who I had this journey with, it was nice reading your POV, I remember when it started and I was going to stop because of the whole African thing, it was nice reading people's responses and knowing that my comment was not taken lightly and people actually listened.
Sh**ting Star had a lot of flaws but one thing it delivered, was an ending without PTSD, an awesome last episode that I can remember and keep grinning, and a bed scene (yay to that).
I am looking forward to future projects from this cast and here is too more capable Female leads in Drama land

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I love the ending! Such a nice show.
"That latte is mine"
Ho Yeong running to Yu Seong
"Yu Na is... something similar to nice"
The wedding
The triple date!

Everthing! I really liked everything about the finale. So damn cute.

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Yuna is nice because she doesn't jaywalk and she doesn't steal money! So that means she's nice! I'm going to miss Yoo-sung and Han Dae-soo stage-dadding Jae-hyun and Yuna.

Yoona called it a house-wedding, but that wedding venue and setup was really nice!

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This ended far better than it started. I enjoyed this for the most part after episodes. This was cute and ended nicely.

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Thanks for your recaps. I was so happy all the couples got together too. It was a very enjoyable drama. And the humor was fun!

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I'm so sad that it's done, and so happy that it ended well and is rewatchable! I wouldn't categorize the drama as an outstanding piece of writing and workmanship, but it's a very fun and solidly comfortable watch.

It started off uncomfortably, and there was some wavering in momentum around the 2/3s of the way through, but these last 2 weeks, Shooting Stars, came back showcasing its strengths and a strong identity. I love how strong the ensemble is and how pretty much everyone is likable and have chemistry with everyone else. It was heartfelt without being too heavy. It touched on themes like crazy fans, the power of public opinion, stalking, and suicide without letting it overwhelm the series, like it was in danger of doing, but didn't. And all the couples - yes please!! Unrealistic drama, but funny and wholesome- much like one of my fave american shows, Parks and Recreation, which I rewatch when I'm feeling down.

For ep 15-16, I love all the callbacks to the earlier part of the series - the Tae-sung's chair in the PR office, the photocopier, Jang Seok-woo, Da-hye being such a Tae-sung fan that she can identify his eyes and lips whether it be his reflection on a spoon or him walking in the airport with his entire face covered up, Han-byul dealing with a reporter call on her date, etc. The final episode was a loving send-off to the ensemble. I loved the behind-the-scenes bits at the end.

I'm going to miss everyone! Got to give a shoutout to the PR ladies who sometimes speak in headlines (Shocking! I opened my eyes and the weekend flew by! Breaking news! I just got to work, but I want to go home already!) and Han Dae-soo (YoOoOoona-yah).

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Thank you so much for wonderful wee-caps, @unit!

I LOVE IT! I love this show so much I don't know how to describe this. Perhaps it's the right thing at the right time thing? I don't think I would appreciate it as much as I do now had I watched it some other time. Anyway, I love everything about it. Even about some subplots that others thought they were irrelevant or the show dwelled too much on them, I personally really like every one of them as I think each was a legit subplot for behind-the-curtain show. I love the cast, and the way they made this little gem of a drama so much fun to watch makes me think that the crew had a blast while making it, too. Moreover, there were so many awesome cameos, and many of them seemed like they genuinely loved being 'themselves' (as the couple from Find Me in Your Memories and perhaps the two from Penthouse as well? and not so much themselves (like 'Happy' Kim Seul-gi). I really appreciated every bit of it and I will also call this one of the gems I discovered this year (the first one being 2521).

Even I didn't read every weecaps, but I really enjoyed reading everyone's comments from time to time. Opposite to the majority' view, I'd love that this show continues to go on and on like a weekend drama. It's just, as someone above pointed out, wholesome, and it filled my heart and soul with joy and warmth.

I like shows that are easy to watch, give off genuine feelings, and those that seem like everyone in the cast and crew had good time together. This is definitely one of them, and I look forward to everyone's future projects. To me, this is a huge success (despite having so low ratings) already.

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Timing is everything, right?
I too enjoyed the subplots and thought they touched important issues though poor Tae Sung and the team got slammed with so much all at once and perhaps this is why it felt a little fatiguing.
The cameos were so much fun even if I have not seen the shows they referenced; I have to watch Find Me in Your Memories after this.

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I thought it was a real fun show. They definitely didn’t delve too deeply into some issues they could have. But they knew their vibe and went with it, outside of a weird melo moment that I thought mostly landed anyways.

I definitely missed some more of the great cameos they started off with. I was hoping they’d be peppered in the whole way through. And they were to a degree, but never quite as extensive as the earlier ones.

It’s not a show that I’ll rave about for years, and I doubt I’d rewatch it but it was enjoyable while it lasted, and all the actors/actresses did a great job.

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I really appreciated the last two cute filled episodes.
Just fluffy romance and fun, perfect to finish happy.

And I am very happy that Tae-Sung catches Han-byeol stress and stop before kissing her to allow her to relax and change her mindset.
This is a great example of consent. And a much needed different attitude from the "I will pursue you until you bend to my will" not-romantic declaration in Business Proposal.

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Thank you, @unit for the weecaps. It is always more fun to enjoy a good drama together.
I feel I have been rewarded for sticking with this drama. At the beginning the antagonism between Tae Sung and Han Byeol was too much for me, and I still think their friendship could have been presented to us with more nuances in the beginning episodes rather than the straight animosity we got. It made it hard for me to root for them.
But that was overcome pretty quickly and I fell for every character here and "Yuna-ya!" will remain one of my favorite one-liners. 😂 The Starforce team and their actors were the heart for me and I enjoyed the glimpse into the life of managers and PR immensely. While I thought the hits coming at Tae Sung were too many at once, each issue was fascinating in an awful way. Awful to consider that for many public figures such things are a part of life and I liked that the drama called out and criticized these issues, especially how inane public opinion can be at times. Perhaps the execution could have been better, but I still appreciate the commentary.
I laughed and sighed and snorted my water through most of this drama and since I loved the characters, this was an easy watch. I think I will be returning to watch this one.

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Adored the final episodes, a grin-fest for me. I agree that 12 episodes could have made this perfection, cutting out at least some of the extreme melodrama. I will be rewatching my favourite bits in the future. And thank you show for so many cute couples in the end!

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This was a surprisingly enjoyable drama. It was just a very traditional sort of comedy: flawed characters who found happiness, mostly through marriage! My favorite part of the whole thing was the sequence with the two actors working to lose their regional accents. It made me glad I had patience to watch the last two episodes, even though I'm often tempted to skip the last two in a sixteen-episode series.

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I think the nicest thing I can say about this show was that it was "sweet and nice". Don't get me wrong - as a staunch rom-com supporter, this show was as sweet as it gets. I shipped every single couple in the show, and I will definitely watch clips of it on YouTube, especially all the kissing scenes. HOWEVER, the show critic in me is very very disappointed. It's like there were two halves of this show, and the writers had a total personality transplant after the first half when the non-romantic sublots were resolved. The show actually had some interesting suspense and thriller plot lines with the crazy maid-cum-rich lady, and the former manager of their friend gaslighting them. But these were completely dropped or wrapped up so neatly, that the last 4 episodes were just saccharine-sweet with no tension or drama. I mean...come on....they couldn't even give us a real "scandal" scenario with even one of the couples being outed to the public and the PR fallout from it? Why not? I think showing how the characters handled those situations and coming out of it with character development would have made the show stronger. It's like the writers decided that all of the couples and actors were not strong enough to handle crisis situations, and they should only be given romantic or comedic situations to portray. That was really disappointing. So, while I might have smiled and enjoyed the show, I don't think it would be a memorable one that I will be thinking about in a month or so.

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Thanks, Unit! I enjoyed your recap. This was a cute drama, not compelling nor spectacular, BUT I always mention here that I watch kdramas for relaxation and it hit the spot. I enjoyed the 16 episodes, giggled a lot and I shipped all the couples. Tae Song is adorbs, I love seeing a guy loving a girl more. I’m happy with the ending.

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I'm a little late to finishing the show but these are my final thoughts. It was funny and really enjoyable. I love the enemies to lovers trope but when Tae-Sung revealed his feelings, he became such a doting boyfriend that I couldn't decide which one I preferred: Enemy Tae or Boyfriend Tae.
I believe that less episodes would have made for better storytelling. There was alot of useless plot lines that added nothing to the story or were easily forgettable.
There were some couples that did not make sense to me like Yoo-Sung and Ho-Young. Loved the two separately but they did not have enough chemistry. I'm also glad that not everybody was paired up. I feared the show would try to put Si-Duk and Da-Hye together at the very end. I really wanted Si-Duk to find love but I'm pleased he ended the show with just career success.
Top 5 favorite characters: Byeon Jung-Yeol, Do Soo-Hyeok, Kang Si-Duk, The PR Team, and Jang Seok-Woo
Favorite episode: 7

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Spinoff idea: Tae and Soo-Hyeok experience life in and out of their apartments. Tae mentors Si-Duk. Soo-Hyeok's brother makes random appearances. Jung-Yeol is there smoothing out wrinkles and making knowing glances to the camera à la Jim Halpert. These young men get in and out of trouble just by being their wacky selves. Show sells itself. Maybe throw in a bit of Seok-Woo for more fun.

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