Lee Dong Wook, Lee Da Hae, Lee Joon Ki, Park Si Yeon
Drama Rating: 5/10 Neck Score: A-
I started this because I have a goal to watch all the Hong Sister's dramas eventually, but also because I needed more fluffy, trope romcoms in my life. You know the kind with forced living situations and ridiculous relationship deals, etc. I've been watching too many melodramas of late. Well, for the first half this really fit the bill, besides being highly laughable while looking at the early 2000s clothing styles and bad hair. I thought Lee Da Hee was Song Hye Kyo from Full House at first because their character styles are literally the same. Awful. The curly pigtails and mismatched quirky homespun look. Shudder. I'm glad she stopped the pigtails. They turned a normally sexy woman into a nauseating aegyo fest. I seriously thought Joon Ki was a girl at one point when I wasn't paying attention closely, because his hair was so bad. Ugh, the mullets. Yuck. That put a minus on the general A score of their necks. It was fun at first, but super draggy to get to the main point, with them actually falling in love and wanting to get together, and then after they finally did (it took like 12 episodes) they were immediately ripped apart and the rest of the show became a mopey, draggy, mess of boring and overly dramatic. I was so bored trying to finish it. And the 2nd leads hung on for way too long. No, stop making my Joon Ki pathetic! I only want happy Joon Ki and no drunk sad Joon Ki! Boo. I do have to say that minus the awful hair Lee Don Wook looks better in this one... tan and not overly pasty like recent dramas he's been in. Why is he so white these days? Well, it was fun in spots, but this drama was definitely meh at best.