Young Kim Joo Won, CEO of a major department store, would be a fine catch if it weren't for his arrogance and antisocial manner (in part to mask his phobia of elevators). Elitist Yeun Sul would like to make a husband of him but, although part of his upper crust society, can't find common ground. Choi Woo Young (Joo Won's Lothario cousin) - better known to the world as singing star Oska - needs a favor. He's dumped his leading actress girlfriend, Park Jae Rin, and needs Joo Won to keep her occupied for three hours so she can't make bad publicity for him. From the film set, Joo Won takes off with Gil Ra Im, a stunt double whom he's mistaken for spoiled actress Jae Rin. Ra Im is surprisingly connected to all their lives, being Jae Rin's stunt double, having known Oska in the past (and currently a big fan of his), and having confronted Yeun Sul's snobbery in trying to have Lim Ah Young (Ra Im's roommate) fired from her job at Joo Won's department store. She is unlike any of the other ...
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When Gil Ra Im has coffee in the VIP room, she displays her dragon tattoo, but later when she has an accident with Park Jae Rin, there is obviously no tattoo. This is either a goof or the character was earlier displaying a fake tattoo just to annoy upper-class patrons. Nothing further is said of it. See more
Kim Joo Won
Is this the best strategy? Are you certain?
We're not entirely certain. Which part don't you like, specifically?
Kim Joo Won
How could I know that? I've only seen the title. If it's not the best and you're not certain, then you should redo it.
References Wonder Woman
The Nutcracker Suite: Danish Marzipan
a.k.a. "Dance of the Mirlitons" or "Dance of the Reed-Pipes"
composed by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky See more