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But when Byeong-hun sees Hee-joong's profile, he begins to doubt their abilities. This is a fun little romantic comedy made the Korean way.
Granted, the premise is interesting: a team of goofball matchmakers work surreptitiously to turn strangers into couples.
But as with most comedies, the premise is strained to such effect that is not credible that it becomes silly.
And this one follows it, but also offers a few laugh out loud moments that are quite original.
But then, they only happen sporadically throughout this otherwise unmemorable movie, which is unfortunately drawn out by long dry spells of unconvincing, over-the-top and contrived drama.
QUICK LIST OF FLAWS For the record, here’s a quick list of the main beefs that I had with this drama.
While not huge, they did dampen the show somewhat, and I could’ve done with a lot less – or none – of these issues. Plausibility and believability is definitely a Thing that you’d need to get past, in order to enjoy this show.
For women who like their guys rough on the edge but tender at the core, there's brusque hunk Min-yeong (Park Sin-hye).
And for those who like theirs lanky, geeky and deeply apologetic, there's pushover financial consultant Sang Yong (Daniel Choi).
But having said all that, if you are a serious cinephile, it's hard to take to this movie seriously.