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Good Job: Episodes 3-4

In its second week, Good Job continues to do a good job (heh) with what it’s good at: silly capers, hilarious hijinks made for pure fan service, and the hint of romances to come. I wasn’t completely sold last week, but I enjoyed this week a lot — if you come for the silly (and boy Jung Il-woo is good at it), you will not leave disappointed.

 
EPISODES 3-4 WEECAP

Good Job wouldn’t work as well as it does if it weren’t for our three main players and their interactions — I almost don’t care about the actual sleuthing at all — just show me scenes of our main characters being goofy and silly. And swoony.

We pick up with that most excellent ending scene from last week, where Sera outs herself (and her super vision). In Sun-woo’s own words, he proved the truth ingeniously. The scene had such a strong reveal they could have left it at that, but this is Good Job, so there has to be some childish repartee and bird poop jokes to finish off the scene properly. And I’m not complaining.

But the investigation must go on, and Sun-woo’s only lead right now is the bracelet that Sera identified. The bracelet points them to a child cancer foundation and the pediatric ward of a hospital, where a steady string of clues leads them, like so many breadcrumbs, in a circle right back to Oh Ah-ra.

Chock full of red herrings and suspicious nurses, this whole plot arc (and episode and a quarter) was really built for the hijinks — not because the rogue nurse and mystery volunteer plot line was particularly well-written. But that doesn’t matter, because we’re here for the hijinks! And what could be more fun than Sun-woo and Sera forced to play lovey dovey newlyweds?

They pretend to dote on each other with a layer of falsity that’s hilarious — Sun-woo takes the hospital bed while his “wife” the “patient,” must sleep on the cot. And as revenge, Sera makes her “husband” spoon feed her. Seriously, they are having as much fun acting this out (in real life and in-world) as I am watching.

But back to the plot. Sun-woo dons several different identities (i.e., eye glasses) and snoops around enough so we eventually discover that Jang Min-soo is actually abusing the boy he claims is his son, and that Oh Ah-ra herself was one of the volunteers in the hospital.

Sun-woo and Sera continue their snooping, and after a few red herrings with the nurses in the ward, bits of evidence, and the keychain Sera identified last week, they discover the charge nurse was involved. Oh, did I mention that Min-soo’s son is missing?

Not to de-prioritize the adorable boy that needs medical care, or the “father” that needs to meet the inside of a prison for a very long time, but again, this whole entire arc is mostly just for the pivotal fan service scene.

The charge nurse knows they are onto her, and she injects Sera in a storage room and she quickly passes out. Sun-woo comes to her rescue and despite his epic fighting skills, he too is taken down by a syringe. Next thing we know they are tied up together with IV tubing in the storage room, and since there’s no other way to try to free themselves in time and save the boy, they go at the tubing with their mouths/teeth/whatever. It’s the most weirdly erotic thing ever — and Jin-mo, who eventually locates them, also seems to agree with that assessment.

After escaping, the three head off after the nurse, and Sun-woo and his amazing deductive skills are ten steps ahead as usual. So he’s not at all surprised when he flings open the door of the vehicle they’ve been chasing to not only find the boy (Han-byul), but the definitely-not-dead Oh Ah-ra.

Ah-ra — along with the nurse — has orchestrated this whole murder ruse in order to save Han-byul. And it doesn’t take a private eye to figure out why: Han-byul is actually Ah-ra’s son! She tells our crew the entire tale, from the fact that she thought her son died at birth, to the nurse admitting that Ah-ra’s boyfriend of the time told her to tell Ah-ra the baby died. Excuse me, but is that not the most illegal thing ever??

Anyway, Ah-ra has thrown her career into the wind and only wants to save and become a mother to Han-byul, which I’m totally behind. However, before Sun-woo lets them do this, he wants to know what she knows about The Queen’s Tears. In fact, he’s awfully emphatic about not letting them go until she does, even with Han-byul feverish and looking sicker than ever.

Of course, that little teaspoon of dislike towards Sun-woo that we are fed is soon replaced by a bucket of adoration: he has his own private helicopter swooping in as he speaks (we hear it in the distance). Sun-woo’s literally saving the day on her promise to tell him about the necklace after they’re safe. Not sure why she can’t just tell him and leave, but that’s the drama’s problem right now.

However, we do learn that Ah-ra stole the necklace from her ex as revenge for lying about their baby, but then it was stolen from her (uh, why is this priceless necklace so easy to steal?). Ah-ra thought Han-byul’s father stole it back, but when she received threats about returning it, she realized it wasn’t him. Afraid for her safety – and Han-byul’s — she planned the entire murder-escape which brings us back to the present.

Before leaving on the chopper, Ah-ra whispers for Sun-woo to be wary of Tae-joon. Hmm, maybe this one-dimensional and obviously bad dude is the evil lying father of Han-byul, and the necklace thief behind Sun-woo’s mother’s death? That would be too obvious, right?

But no matter, because something even more important happens during this dying boy/helicopter/famous actress interlude. Sun-woo, in an emotional moment, explains his behavior to Sera… thus revealing to her that he’s not a playboy investigating on a lark, but that he’s a deeply wounded soul trying to uncover the truth behind his mother’s murder. Sera suddenly likes him a whole lot more.

With the hospital storyline concluded and Ah-ra and her son safely off (and Min-soo in custody), everyone heads home for the night. But Sera forgets the hot pink dress she was promised as payment, so she heads back to Jin-mo’s office to get it, and just like Alice in Wonderland, step by step she finds herself entering the batcave. It’s actually wonderfully self-conscious, because that’s really the only way you can have a spunky heroine easily uncover the batcave that no one else can seem to.

As she wanders into the basement I started thinking to myself that according to this drama’s MO thus far, there is no reason on earth for Sun-woo not to be shirtless when she arrives. Will he pop out of the shower when she walks into his lair?

Lo and behold I was not wrong. He’s only been home about four minutes but he’s already pumping iron. But I love this drama — rather than linger too long on the sweaty ~oolala~ factor, Sun-woo actually sticks his arm into the hot pink dress while making fun of it, and the jig is up for Sera, who’s hiding across the room. Oh the hijinks and misunderstandings!

And here the drama takes an upsettingly predictable turn. While in the batcave Sera noticed the childhood photo of Sun-woo and his parents. That night, she dreams/recalls some memories from the orphanage and we see flashes of the angelic woman whom they all adored, and who later died. Again, it doesn’t take a chaebol heir with the brain of Sherlock Holmes to put two and two together. Sera — deep in her memory and super powers — holds a lot of clues to the murder of Sun-woo’s mother.

Sera doesn’t know any of this yet, and right now, she’s just excited by Sun-woo’s (reluctant) invitation to work for him. He might pretend to hate it, but we know he doesn’t, and Jin-mo is right that Sera and her super vision are a big help to them.

Much to Sun-woo’s annoyance, though, Sera doesn’t show up for her first day of work. However, this is soon explained away and becomes the next mini case for the team: Sera’s beloved little sister/friend from the orphanage — HAN SOO-AH (Min Chae-eun) — has gotten into a huge mess trying to help her friend.

Said friend has been kidnapped by some drug-dealing gangsters, and Soo-ah isn’t far behind. Sera witnesses this, and soon our goofy gang of three are on the chase. And if watching them blast around in that dopey van isn’t funny, nothing is.

They follow Soo-ah to an abandoned warehouse where things escalate quickly. The gangsters are rough and awful — but really, they’re no match for Sun-woo’s fight skills, and later, Jin-mo’s cosplay, bluffing, and acting skills, all of which we have seen in action before. Seriously, Eum Moon-seok is having the time of his life with this role.

Anyway, much like the hospital caper, the abandoned warehouse caper is only fun and interesting because of our crazy threesome — these characters quite literally make the drama. And we leave off this week’s episodes with another cliffhanger: Sun-woo just barely saves Sera as she faints in the road (due to, you know, superhero reasons). This, of course, requires Sun-woo to dive on top of her and then they proceed to roll down the hill right before she loses consciousness.

Like I’ve already said half a dozen times, this drama is made to be fun — not believable or well-crafted — and when I take it in on that level, I really enjoy myself. I mean, it’s got this cheesy low budget feel to it which is nearly impossible not to giggle over.

More than the big moments and action, though, it’s the interactions among the characters that make the ride as fun as it is. I particularly enjoyed DIRECTOR HONG (Lee Jun-hyuk) getting suspicious of Sun-woo always locked in his office and sarcastically wondering why he always wants to be left alone with a lot on his mind. “It’s not like he’s a monk,” scoffs Director Hong.

But of course, the drama is mostly about the budding relationship between Sun-woo and Sera — who play off of each other beautifully and with the same level of heart — and second only to that is the Sun-woo/Jin-mo banter. Their bromance is the second highlight of the show, even if Jin-mo has to take most of the knocks, whether it’s the swollen face from his milk allergy, or being forced to “dance like a balloon” when he wrecks the bakery’s balloon decoration. I shouldn’t be laughing this hard at a grown man wiggling around in front of a bakery, but it’s downright hilarious how they play it.

The drama also sprinkles in a ton of throwaway lines that add so much color to the drama (and the lackluster plot) — like Sun-woo smarting when Han-byul called him “ajusshi.” There are other jokes that I find less funny (I just can’t laugh over back pain — it’s too real lol), but overall the zany humor carries this show hook, line, and sinker.

 
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This is my favorite currently airing drama at the moment. Yes, it's totally silly and the plot is paper thin, but the dialogue and direction are snappy and the performances so pitch perfect that I'm never bored. I've mentioned before that humor in kdramas doesn't always resonate with me, and not always because of whatever is lost in translation. So if I laugh out loud while watching--as happened at least five times while watching this week's episodes--it's a big bonus.

This week, the whole hospital exchange between the second leads was hilarious (although it's completely implausible that he'd drink any of that milk) and the whole tied together thing between the leads made me giggle, too.

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I’m the same. I seldom laugh out loud when watching things but this has definitely made me laugh (the tied together made me giggle too, particularly when Jin Mo came in and then excused himself politely 😄)

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I’m loving this show so far; I’m actually rewatching episodes while I wait for the new ones which I would NEVER usually do. I think because it’s got a kind of old school silly caper feel? It’s really fun.

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That fact that it doesn't try to be something that it's not, and just revels in that old school silly caper feel, is what makes it work, imo.

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Is this show's comedy style similar to Chief Kim in any way? I love CK and have always been waiting for a similar drama.

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It's not nearly as complex and intricately plotted as CK, but it's got similar zany humor, physicality, and bromance. The two men in this show are friends from the start, though, not enemies-to-frenemies.

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Thank you

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CK made more sense than this one, which is saying something - I’m enjoying the hijinks but when you’ve isolated a gang holding a hostage in a warehouse why not just ACTUALLY call the police? That’s a level of goofy that CK didn’t indulge in as much.

That said, if you approach this show as a light webtoon you should be okay.

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Thank you, this is very clear and helpful.

CK did make complete sense in a little exaggerated way.
Another one rather similar to CK was My Fellow Citizens.

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This show is my newly rented and furnished Happy Place, complete with retro vibe, 80s-style basement hangout, and eccentric neighbors. I was sorry but not surprised to see the childhood connection/trauma trope pop up and I'm going to try not to let it affect my enjoyment. Plot? What plot? Who needs a plot anyway?

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I keep meaning to ask for the back story on your name and now it’s been modified I have finally remembered to ask.

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Ha! Short version: it's from Alchemy of Souls, whose heroine, Mu-deok, hates the smell of cinnamon. The Crown Prince gets her unwillingly drunk on cinnamon wine, and the hero, Jang Wook, later taunts the Crown Prince that he sent her home "reeking of cinnamon." I'm no longer reeking but still faintly scented with it because I'm trying really hard but failing to get that drama off my mind until Season 2 starts in December. The header pic on my fanwall is the aforementioned heroine.

I'm really enjoying Good Job in part because it's such a total break from and contrast to the intensity of AoS. Timing is everything in drama appreciation.

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So what was your name before Alchemy came about? Was it related to another favoured drama?

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'Duchess of Liberation' for My Liberation Notes. Lots of beanies had/have liberation-related display nyms. That show really struck a chord.

As a kdrama newbie, I love trying to figure out what display handles or nyms refer to. I've watched dramas I would never have considered otherwise because someone loved them enough to memorialize them in a nym.

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I remember seeing that name😊 I guess your picture is the common factor while the name changes. There are a lot of names on here I have wanted to ask the meaning of but I keep forgetting because I get too easily distracted when I am responding to their interesting comments.

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I think you can find most of us Alchemy Nation enjoying Good Job. From the complex and dark ending of AoS to a light drama that doesn't take itself seriously.

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This drama is so weirdly hilarious, I love it! I’m still not over the scene when Jinmo walks in on Sera and Sunwoo trying to untie each other with their mouths 😂😂

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This is going to be one of those "it's so bad that it's so good" dramas. There are enough inconsistencies and plot holes to drive a Truck of Doom through, but our three heroes make up for it all.

I could do less with the siblings from the orphanage, especially the oppa detective and his partner. Those two are a snooze fest. The chaebol company is enough of a side story with so many more fun and potentially fun characters.

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This drama continues to be very cute.

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This is a very entertaining watch. I’m wondering where Ah-Ra got all that blood she plastered everything with. Pig’s blood perhaps? And the second they ran a DNA test on that you’d know it wasn’t hers. Her escape out of there was a bit too easy. Oh well. I’m sure that’s not the last we’ve seen of her. The dialogue is awesome though. And Jung il-woo is the best at making the ridiculous believable and absolutely hilarious. And a sexy shirtless scene that isn’t really gratuitous because of the humor, but dayum, did he look amazing. He’s got just the right amount of muscle to fat ratio that I think is appealing—and yes, it’s a very scientific process. 😍

So because my eyes and ears are happy, I’m happy. And Yuri has great comedic timing as well. My favorite part with her is when she’s running around the hospital as the fake patient getting intel. She’s super entertaining to watch.

I just hope the story doesn’t delve anywhere near melodramatic, but I’m very afraid it will.

And the little love triangle between Jin-Mo, the baker and “oraboni” cop? Yes, please

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I’m sure the police said it was only her blood…so maybe the nurse helped her collect some (like a blood donation - but then you splatter it all over your room instead of giving it to people who need it). I wondered about it too, this is my best explanation 😅

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Ah, that would make more sense. Thanks!

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I’m guessing the blood was extracted from Ah ra over time by the nurse, and then they used her blood to create the distraction…a plus with having a nurse around when you try to stage a fake murder!

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That was my thought too.

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That's why I suspected someone faked her death from the start. Blood EVERYWHERE and a missing body, but no handprints (even gloved handprints) or blood on the doors or floor from removing the body. I'm happy that was correct because it shows that the drama is still trying to string together a story even through all the hijinks and silliness.

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I love this. It is fun. It is silly. The acting is great. There are some really fun scenes — The human lawyer/waving balloon man fretting about how no one will hire him after this; Chairman Sunwoo pretending to be a hubby while dashing away from his back injury plagued assistant in the hospital (poor Lee Jun Heuk did a great job here) - oh that whole bit when the SW and DS mock each other’s “honey” was so funny; Don Sera’s “feed me, honey” revenge after sleeping on the cot (and Yuri’s face when she asks for meat); the entire scene when they are tied together in the closet; Ilwoo at his absolutely most gorgeous (I’m a sucker for him with wavy hair). Both Ilwoo and Yuri rocking glasses in the way only truly beautiful people can. The cardboard cut outs as “back-ups.” The cast looks like they are having fun.

There are too many characters and storylines (police brother, orphanage girl and her addict friend, corporate shenanigans with evil cousin, sick/abused kid and actress and nurse hiding birth secrets…yikes!) and gaps in writing (for example, just say who had the necklace before rather than saying “I’ll tell you later but beware of THAT GUY” - before disappearing onto a flight. The trio can then move on to the next strand of investigation - done. So simple - feels like lazy writing.

Normally this would make me insane. So I decided I liked the show enough to ignore it, and that was a good decision! Whenever the show is on, I am happy. Whenever we are focused on the detecting trio - or even better just Yuri and Ilwoo - I just grin away.

Please oh please stay away from the melodrama and let Yuri and Ilwoo have some fun sexy romance scenes while they solve a nice neat murder case while getting entangled in more ridiculous situations. 🥰 Definitely recommend watching

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I am loving this drama a lot. There isn't a lot of plot to go on but the interactions between the characters, the bickering between the leads and the fast pace makes me love it a lot. Its not trying to take itself too seriously and i love that.

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I thought it was funny and light.

But I really dislike the childhood connection, her being the witness of what happended to his mum but she doesn't remember... Why they had to connect everything everytime? >_<

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I for once don’t mind it, because with this kind of drama I’m like “of course there’s a childhood connection”, and also it’s introduced in the first part of the drama not as a random surprise twist in the final couple of episodes.

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This is true. This drama is really old school.

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This show is my guilty pleasure, love the bickering between the two.

And Se-ra has actually had the upper hand most of the time so far, except that Seon-woo and his ego haven't got the message yet.

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I'm really enjoying this Scooby Doo gang. The plots are ridiculous, but they were in Scooby Doo too 🤣. This drama for me is really about the gang and their interactions and the lead couple. I love the scrapes they're finding themselves in. And yes, I could see the shirtless scene coming a mile away (not complaining), but I love that they turned it upside-down with the dress. Like others, I could take or leave the childhood connection, but let's face it, this caper will be chock full of tropes...
Bring on the next episodes, I'm firmly hooked.

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Ha!, My goodness---I noticed the Scooby Doo connection too, especially with that oversized, wacky van!

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I’m really enjoying the detective side of the drama and the relationships between our FL, ML, 2ML, 2FL. They’re great.
The company side of things? No way - Sun-woo is the boss from hell. He’s so cruel to everyone - while he lords it over them as the millionaire chairman. Why can’t he be a bit more caring to his staff? Ugh.

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Yes, I didn't think his assistant getting hurt was funny at all, and it wasn't funny that SW teased him about it later. He's a little too much of an a** at work.

Jin-mo is stealing the show. His SWAT team moment was hilarious.

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I loved that hahaha

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Episode 3 put in many comic scenes especially the hospital undercover pairing of Seon-Woo and Se-Ra. But the unexpected conclusion was out of left field (in a good way) which puts more mystery into the story. However, episode 4 confirms a sad story but then adds a sudden side-story of orphan friend kidnapping by low level gang seems to be out-of-place unless it all circles back to the club scene for more clues.

So far, the story seems like a large onion with layers being peeled off slowly, If it is one GIANT story with intertwined tangents, it will be hard to come to a good conclusion because the more elements in the mix, the more logic holes can be created. I really think the most chemistry goes to Jin-Mo and Na-Hee, who is taking the second lead syndrome into a love triangle with Oppa Cop. (I think it is intentional that Il-Woo and Yuri are keeping a bickering distance for now in order for the characters to develop naturally.) I think I know where the story is going, but Se-Ra’s lost memory can go three different ways to dramatically affect the story (her own, Seon Woo’s, or tie them together unexpectedly). I am enjoying the show.

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Just some good retro fun! And, just a bit naughty too!

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I imagine and hope that transpires into some hot kisses!!

I lol’d when our ML said when there both tied up that “How come I always tied up when I’m near you?” Haha, I see you!

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LOVE the header photo. Too perfect.

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^_^

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This drama is just so much fun, I enjoyed last week and loved this week. I laughed out loud so many times, and had a smile on my face pretty much throughout.

The interaction between the characters is just perfect, I find myself not really caring what's happening and getting completely drawn in my their banter.

And the sherlock/batman vibes are just my kind of thing, didn't expect them but they're a wonderful surprise.

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I am so here for this ridiculous drama. I love the three leads - they are dynamite together. Less jazzed about the gal who owns the bakery - she is so irritating to me.

I, too, was a little disappointed to see the "childhood connection" trope rear it's head. If I had a few wishes for all kdramas, never using that plot device would be high on the list. As would running after cars, killing people in intersections and emotional scenes taking place in a downpour.

I will watch until the end. The enemies to lovers vibe is working great in this show and I can't wait to see how it all turns out.

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Suprisingly, ENA managed to score good dramas so far.
Any other work helmed by this writer before?
I heard both OTP had a drama together before (is it Bossam?)...does it worth checking? Which genre is that?
My last drama of Jung Il Woo was Moon Embracing the Sun. Glad that he seems fine now 😊

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I liked Bossam: Steal Your Fate (I think I have that right) - it's worth a watch if you like the leads in this show.

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Bossam has become one of my favorite sageuks ever! These two have range to spare, so it’s a 180 degree difference in their characters, but their chemistry is outstanding. You may want to read a little bit about what Bossam means before you start or you’ll hate Jung Il woo’s character before the show even starts.

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This is shaping out to be quite entertaining (chuckles level only though).
It’s one of my pet peeves that k drama is so seldom really funny. Unless one hasn’t progressed beyond bodily functions type of humour. E.g. the 2nd and 3rd leads in Another Miss Oh made me cringe.
Luckily there’s some exceptions: IONTBO and The Producers for example.

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I have been thinking about this for days because I wanted to write this as soon as it was possible to do so but then I saw all the positive comments and thought maybe *I'm* just the defective one. Maybe it's just me who can't see past the weird (to me non sensical) moments. But since this has been marinating in my head for a week, I might as well just get it out.

This show makes me feel like I'm constantly missing something. Like I didn't even know the stalker had a kid and then it turns out it's *not* his kid but just some kid he randomly adopted to abuse? And how could there possibly be that much blood to set up that scene? Didn't they say that the amount of blood found made it probable that the person was dead? And they said it was all her blood? And who is the kid's father? And why did he take the kid, have the mother told he died only to put him in an orphanage? Did the women somehow put the stalker in a shack? Why didn't the stalker get rid of the bloody bedding? Was he put in the shack before he had time? But he had time to bury the wife?

And oh my god, the nosiness of the lady in the hospital. Why did she assume they were husband and wife? Why couldn't they be friends or brother & sister?

I don't understand why Se Ri or the student are on the hook for what the shop lifter girl does. Why did the student have to clear out her bank account and then she says she get money from Se Ri and the cop. Why?! Why does she have to go so far for the shop lifter girl? I don't even understand what the plan is; were the kidnappers planning to pimp out the girls?
I don't understand. Is it a thing where you can't cut toxic people out of your life?
The shop lifter girl was even like "don't act so proud because you got into college" or something like that. The student didn't act proud, she seemed concerned or again, am I missing something?

I didn't get why Sun Woo didn't just start biting the rope or tube or whatever they were tied up with. Not sure why the actress didn't just tell him the information he was asking about in the time she saying everything else except that.

I've seen the sidekick in 2 projects including this and both times he's had adverse reactions to milk haha
Just a weird coinky dink

I finally understand that the show is like a fanfic and yet my brain still can't help but think "huh?!"

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The balloon scene aha, that was funny. But even more so, was the end scene with the cut outs. Campy! But this show as of now, is quite cheeky and I like the bits of naughty humor. I couldn’t at the scene of both leads on the ground nibbling at the IV drop, and Yang Jin Mo interrupting their moment lol.

As for plot, all I know is ML wants to find necklace that belonged to his dead mother. After that, nothing much substantially story wise. But what it does have it makes up in humor and banter. The dialogue is snappier than I thought, and I’m feeling the tension between our leads. Also tension between baker and lawyer duo, I sense jealously from his side!

Also side note, I couldn’t stop fangirling for a moment when I realized me and Jung II Woo have the same black glasses!!

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