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Holly Karrol Clark
Jin-hyeok opens a cake shop in an old antique shop, hiring Seun-woo, Korea's best pastry chef, who fell in love with him in high school. Also there, are Soo-young, crushing on Seun-woo, ex-boxer Gi-beom, and Seun-woo's French ex-boyfriend.
This is a silly but fun comedy from Korea starring Ye-seul Han as Mi-su Shin, a very pretty young lady who works at an ad agency but wants to be with a rich boyfriend. She juggles a few man without fully committing to them, always looking for something more. She goes through her world with the guys kind of worshiping her but her being at arms length. I don't think you're supposed to like her, at least at first, but she quickly becomes fun to watch and she has a pretty good sense of comic timing. Her pretty, big brown eyes express a lot of what she's feeling, and its enjoyable to watch her go through these situations with her men, trying to find the perfect match. The story is, of course, not very deep in meaning, but becomes surprising sentimental at times and there are times you are really pulling for her, despite her gold digging ways. Hopefully, this is a star turn for Ye-seul Han, as she plays this role rather well. If you like romantic comedy, I think you'll like this.
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