He's best known for killing zombies, but Norman Reedus is more into sketch comedy than action when he's off-set. What's on Norman's Watchlist? A tomboy, mistaken for a lad, maintains the deception for the sake of employment. The situation becomes complicated when her male boss begins to develop feelings for this "boy. Sang-min comes to Finland to send her autistic son to a special camp, but she feels extremely alienated in snow covered-white Helsinki.
But thank goodness everybody else has better plans, and they conspire against the mastermind. Overall, Dating Agency Cyrano was a really refreshing summer romance that always breezed by in a flash and was super easy to watch. It felt perfect for the moment and was just the thing to mitigate the stress of a packed season, drama- and life-wise.
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I definitely enjoyed the last half of episode I was kind of pissed off at the first half, though, so, I wasn't able to fully enjoy the last half. Maybe I'll re-watch the episode starting from the hospital scene. Or noticing that someone is stabbed, but not doing anything about it besides comforting a girl nor calling Just the outride stupidity in those scenes made me not want to watch the rest.
I'm glad I DID watch the rest, but it was so aggravating to watch the first part of the episode When Master was saying the words fed to him, did he actually change any of them from what Byung Hoon was saying?
In the dramafever English translations, it made it seem like he was modifying them a little bit in parts, and then when Byung Hoon gets so into the emotion and says Gong Stone, and then Master pauses and repeats THAT SPEECH word-for-word, it made it obvious that Master knew exactly what he was doing in repeating that word-for-word. I don't think Master changed the speech.
I was confused with that too Also the Master guy was awesome. My favorite 2nd lead ever. He was not perfect I liked this drama feel: He made Master recite lines for the confession but lines after lines, he thought about his own feelings and so Master's confession was more like Byung Hoon's confession to his love for Min Young.
When he said "Gong Stone" at the last line, he was caught up by his own feelings and didn't realize it but Master did and decided to repeat Gong Stone because he know that Min Young will understand indirectly that Byung Hoon was giving instructions to Master. In a way, Master made Byung Hoon's confession. Master even said that he wasn't Byung Hoon's avatar lol. In the original play, it pretty much follows what actually happened between Byung-hoon, Do-il, and Yi-seol Cyrano helped his friend woo the woman he loved, but after realizing he loves her himself, he finally decides to confess; however, his friend dies suddenly, and he loses the chance to tell her.
It's not actually a romance with a happy ending like many movie adaptations have you believe; if anything it's a tragedy disguised as a comedy. But true to form, Byung-hoon intends to be Cyrano right to the end and decides to give up his love a second time.
Master, however, is not having any of that. Rather than continue on with the charade, he graciously steps aside after hearing Byung-hoon's unintentional confession calling her Gong Stone shows he was speaking from his heart, not simply feeding lines to Seung-pyo. I'm not entirely sure if that was his intention all along, but either way, Master realizes he's lost and purposely repeats "Gong Stone" so she'll know who the real wooer is Cyrano.
Thus, Cyrano's tragic fate is changed, the theater is finally reopened, and everyone is ridiculously happy. I understand, of course, that it's different for everyone but I don't consider Seung-pyo's actions to be outright stupidity, mainly because I would ALSO have paid more attention to confirming the person I love is safe and a-okay rather than be hyper-vigilant of all other possible dangers that could happen to us.
It's an emotionally-driven response and completely irrational, but it's not stupid. It's a logical reaction to have given the situation after all and entirely human.
And unless Seung-pyo's gangster background made him completely clinical, it really has no bearing on how he would have reacted in that situation. SP's a pretty emotional guy from what we've been shown and that was a completely emotional response. It's pretty much in-character of him to do so. Even taking into account emotional caring about the well-being of someone else, from a fight-or-flight standpoint, there's nothing that would make me think anyone would go from fighting someone who was a threat to suddenly "Hey, I'm going to ignore you completely, and present my back to someone who I was just fighting with" just because I hear someone who I love say something and I thought she was in danger previously.
And for a gangster, or any fighter really, you HAVE to detach from emotions to survive. It's very, very dangerous to be doing things emotionally as it'll often cloud your judgment at key important moments. And with a gangster, doubly so, since you'll often be doing things which you might have emotional issues with threatening nice people, hurting other nice people, etc.
Basically, it's really, really, really unrealistic to believe someone could be that bad at surviving and yet supposedly be a bad ass, too. Heck, it's really hard for me to believe that of a normal person, also.
I have to agree that some parts were odd. The most odd to me was the one you mentioned, "Or noticing that someone is stabbed, but not doing anything about it besides comforting a girl nor calling But, overall I had a smile on my face from start to end I was the exact same way. Sure, saving Min-young was important, but there were TWO people there one of which was doing nothing but staying close to comfort her. Instead of watching someone slowly bleed to death in front of them, you'd think Byung-hoon could've picked up a phone to call or the bomb squad or something, lol.
What a satisfying ending to such a satisfying drama! I love the recaps. Thanks for recapping this series! I really enjoyed it, and it was a nice breezy watch with lots of cute in it. The detour to terror town was a little annoying, but I went with it, because it did have some nice character points in it. I hadn't connected Byung Hoon's not driving at all with trauma from his best friend dying in a car accident, and him overcoming that I thought was nice.
The whole Seung Pyo lying on the floor bleeding without anyone administering emergency care was silly, and I think that they could have had Arang there somehow for that role, or at least BH checking on him. I get that Moo Jin was a little bit busy trying to immediately disarm a bomb, and that BH was trying to keep MY calm, but he totally could have spared a moment for SP, even if it was shown by SP leaning up against a wall or something when the bomb was diffused.
I was sincerely scared after ep. CDA reminded me of how I felt watching Full House 2 second male lead noble idiocy, a choose your own tragedy variation, male lead who would not affirm his own feelings toward female lead, and satisfactory but not over the top ending. Yep, it was a fun summer rom com of the lighthearted sort. Moo jin all the way - yo, mysterious man of the highest good manners and sincere but understated and hot passion!
Well, Javabeans, you've summed up pretty much how I felt after the finale. The show was light, breezy, and thankfully short. It was the first show in the Flower Boy series that I've watched and it was fun. I wish it had more depth than just skimming the surface of things but it's alright. I don't know if I missed it, but the show never dug into the Hawaiian Shirt guy's past, right? I mean, what exactly did the Agency guys do that made him such a psycho? How did Hye Ri know him before?
Was it like a sudden meeting and they discovered that both of them felt hurt by the Agency? Also, what about Master's sour feelings towards Byung-hoon? Didn't Master hold him responsible for his brother's death?
That stuff didn't even get cleared up between them since Byung-hoon implied that it wasn't his fault. I feel a bit cheated by these loose ends since the show made such a big deal of them before.
Yeah, a lot of unanswered questions there, but I guess Master had a change of heart about Byung-hoon due to two things: So in the end, Master ends up with a big case of noble idiocy if you consider it idiocy to hand over the girl you got stabbed for to the man she really loves.
Eh, it wasn't my favorite ending. The first half of this series was soooo strong it set my hopes too high. I really loved how the ending reverses the traditional kdrama cliche of "girl getting surprised by kiss and doesnt know what to do".. Cyrano, overall, was a top notch drama. That dramatic detour in episode 15 was kinda out there but I felt that it was needed to convey the reality of their profession and their clients' romances.
Its not always idealistic, ending in a happily ever after. As much as the agency is able to bring people together, life does go on, and circumstances kicks reality back in. What I love the most is how the female protagonist was written. She also reverses the traditional kdrama cliche of a normal female lead. Her character is solid and honest, which is good to see.
Sooyoung did really well. By far, one if the most talented idol-actresses. She's a natural talent. I have to admit I felt a little teary when Master said "Gong Stone" haha. C was a cute show but it was rather boring to watch at times, sorry!
Also, I was screaming at my screen for someone to call emergency services for Master; damn it writers. In fact, I hated the whole kidnapping thingy and the Hawaiian shirt cray cray dude And even that wasn't a detour to Improvisation Town 'Cause We're Out of Ideas because there were clues all along the drama. So since the beginning, it was part of the plan.
I guess I can live with that and the good thing is that they made it up to me with The Cute. Overall it was a nice, breezy watch. Cyrano made me laugh, made my heart warm up in some of the cases, and made me swoon and squeal in others. I freakin' giggled like a little girl when they kissed. I was so worried the entire episode, I thought that because of the age difference between the two actors, they wouldn't let a kiss but guess what, I was wrong, hahahahaha: D Seriously, it was amazingly hot.
It didn't come as a surprise that Min Young was the one to kiss him because heck, it is Min Young. But it felt so refreshing in dramaland where it seems like every heroine has some kind of disease when it comes to kisses O. I wish they didn't cut the second kiss though.
It was deeper and way hotter I ain't kidding when I say that Dating Agency Cyrano is the only drama of where I didn't skip any parts. After being a fan of dramas for so long, I guess I became very picky and got bored easily.
But I don't lose faith lol. Anyway, it was a really great "feel-good" drama. She had boyfriends before and so, I feel like her loving Byung Hoon is more realistic than most dramaland's lovestories because she had experience and she could tell and be honest with her feelings.
A trait where I wish writers would put in their female characters more often. I didn't like Master because I thought he was just creepy at first but gosh', I've to admire him when he helped Byung Hoon and Min Young's couple.
I clapped like a crazy. He was cool until the very end: In the late episodes, I really wanted to slap Byung Hoon because of his stupid noble-idiocy thing. Like seriously, making the same mistakes twice is just Luckily, there is Min Young to wake him up. I really love how he whispered his confession to her ear. No other actor could have played Byung Hoon better than him.
I was a little bit taken aback by the age difference when they presented the casts but seeing how both of them worked the chemistry so well, I'm feeling so happy and proud: If I was to name one of the drama's flaws, it would be the lack of developpement of Ah Rang and Moo Jin's characters.
Luckily, we did get some insights of their lives but for me, I really wanted to know how they met Byung Hoon and what made them decide to join his dating agency.
In this aspect, I felt that the drama was too short. A lot of things still needed to be answered. I like the fact they didn't show us the continuation of the couples. After, it is up to you to make it last. Though, I wanted to know if Chef Dokko forgave her lover for the manipulation.
I think she really reflected and saw his sincerity but at the same time, giving her character lol. Anyway, I'm writting too much as usual but I just want to finish by saying that overall, the drama was great and I'm feeling so proud as a Sooyoungster that she chose that project and that she got acknowledged for her acting skills by critics and viewers alike.
The only pity will be the low ratings but quality is more important in the long term, right? Thank you so much for your recap and for the comments. I found out about your site a few months ago and I'm very glad to be part of that community because it is full of different persons with different opinions.
I also liked it and didn't have to skip parts my problem is not that I find kdrama boring, I just don't have patience any more, in general , but where did you find the ratings? I'm really curious, but since it's a private channel Before, even if there were some overdramatic or "makjangs" elements, I tolerated it. Like in some kind of mindset that this is why a drama is called a drama. But after watching so many dramas, I just don't have the patience anymore especially when they are the kind of plot-lines which make you roll your eyes by their stupidity: I find the ratings for the drama and others in enewsworld.
This is an accurate source but somehow, I find it a little bit weird that the drama got low ratings whereas it was talked a lot on TV and featured many articles. Oh well, I'm just thankful for tvN to produce such great drama and they didn't change the story because of ratings like some This is one drama I could just never get interested in.
Not that it is really bad, or aggravating, like YTBLSS, I just found the first couple of episodes kind of been-there-done-that "bleh" and never went back. I tried to watch the finale just to see how it ended up, but it just got too much over the top for me, so never got past 20 minutes or so. I liked the ending. Why are there fewer dramas that end with viewers smiling. I love Soo-young and Junsu's dad Lee Jong-hyuk. Chun-hee finally grew on me during the last episode. I like this series - Crazy Man took it off the rails for a bit but it was still easy and fun to watch.
I wish they could have tied up the loose ends in the form of the clients who found out they had been engineered into relationships, but aside from that I'm happy.
The last couple of episodes were disappointing, and although episode 16 was better, it wasn't that good. I'm sad because I expected more, given its strong start. To the meh pile it goes. I agree that the sudden change in trajectory felt jarring and reminded me way too much of FBND, but I'm glad that Cyrano managed to keep it to a minimum and dodged making me feel like that last-stretch fatigue brought the show too far down. This wasn't a show that needed to be taken too seriously, and it never asked for that.
But I am really glad they addressed the whole "fabricated love" thing, because that threw me off from reading the premise. Because in the end, it's sincerity that will make romance work.
I liked the whole epilogue bit — it wrapped up our characters nicely, but it didn't feel as wrapped-up-with-a-bow as it could have.
In a way, these characters are still alive, still getting into hijinks and still relying on each other. The makeshift family trope is one of my favorites, and I'm just glad to see all the characters come out of this drama feeling a little less burdened, a little more whole than they were at the beginning.
I enjoyed this show as a breezy summer rom-com, and that was enough. I think this was one of the rare instances where I liked the drama a little bit more overall than the original movie! I also like the set ups, especially towards the beginning. I feel bad for the client. I think it's more that than noble idiocy. I mean he says, he thinks the SP will be better, but not quite enough of why. Really, BH, you want your girlfriend to give up everything for you and change her profession just because you want to give up the agency?
I red flagged that. I wasn't sure if he was kidding either. She didn't exactly learn enough to run it on her own. I thought she would take it over. If she made decisions without the need for men to make them first, that would also be good.
It felt as if the writers were fighting the character all the way through. So last episode cute, kinda made the landing from the jump off the uneven bars, but I think there is a little bit of a hop, even though it sticks. Plus it's clear the main female character got coached all along the way without really deciding things for herself.
And compensating for that by plain stating it, but even towards the end the writers didn't even believe it. Movie over drama since the woman in the movie had more self decision, had talent, wasn't coached half so much, had some really good one liners, and decided to do her own set up initiated by herself rather than everyone else. If you stick on I'll Teach You Love onto the end of Cyrano movie, it's a pretty good version overall.
Lalalalalala not the same character names. Thank GOD the finale redeemed itself from the previous episode. I'm glad it didn't veer too much into the dramatic antics plus The finale was pretty darn adorable. Just what I expected from this fluffy, cute drama. What I liked the most was the main pair I am a Lee Jong Hyuk fan now Sooyoung was a surprise This was a cute show, but I felt like the two leads had zero chemistry. I never really felt like he was really into her, even in the final kiss scene.
They did have chemistry. I think they were going for the "cyrano the movie" type ending.. Overall this drama was a nice rom-com. And I liked that they had a different couple to focus on each week without losing out on the others and building on each character and its story.
Everything upto the point where Min-Young saves Byung-Hoon out of the water and their mutual realisation then was so neat and nicely fell into a good rom-com. After that they messed up. But its a good thing that they wrapped it up nicely with a bow.
While I'm a little disappointed with the last few episodes I'm not completely disapponited. And overall it was a nice -breezy summer romance and I'm glad I stuck eith it till the end. I liked how everything was before it so much, I didn't want actual conflict between the character.
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However, I stuck to recaps so thank you for that! Honestly, it wasn't even the flower boys that got my attention arang, moo-jin it was definitely Lee Jong Hyuk! Episode 16 was SO much better than And since Moo's girl friend had enough shame to run away and since he found her, I'll even accept and like that part of the story.
I would have preferred the ending I came up with last week or the week before in which Min Young kicks Byung Hoon in the nuts and walks off telling him too little too late. That would mean that she could make her own decisions Besides the cast listings spoiled it already. I completely disagree because as far as we know, Min Young has always acted in her own even if others disagreed.
In the first episode, she set the class F guy with the class A woman when her boss told everyone not to do that. She got fired and even if her boss decided to give her another chance, she decided to walk away on her own.
The same with the first case when she thought that the Agency wasn't sincere enough, she decided to act on her own and got fired again. And at the end, Byung Hoon kept telling her to shut the Agency down and she didn't.
Min Young has always been understanding with others' feeling like when she witnessed Master's fight with gangsters, she told him that everyone has a dark past and that she knows he is still a good person.
She cope with rumors and bullying during her college education because she thought that the good moments outnumbered the bad ones so she let it go. It doesn't come as a big surprise that she waited and waited for Byung Hoon because she knew how broken he is and she still loved him. Unlike the movie, the role of Min Young isn't as defined but she wasn't useless at all.dating agency cyrano ep 15 sub eng
Yeah, she had to play a high school student to befriend with Se Kyung, work as a female cooker because Chef Dokko doesn't accept men in her kitchen and all but as cheesy as I'm going to sound, she is the heart of the Agency.
Like in spy operation where Min Young could have been more involved. I love your ending.. I feel the same way.. Since Min-Young was bold enough to be honest about her feelings.. She should've been made to do that.
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