Cyrano dating agency ending

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To the show’s credit, the romance isn’t shoved to front and center of the narrative.

Instead, the show spends most of its time dealing with the cases of the day, along with the overarching mystery of Byung Hoon’s and Master’s backstories.

So in a pretty big way, it was the characters themselves – along with their personalities and quirks – that eventually captured my heart enough for me to want to stay through to the end.

A team for hire helps those who are having troubles in their love lives. you're the best : D I really love this Drama :) I want Master for Min Young because Master wanted the best for Min Young XD hahaha!! he's very cute, friendly, and always smile : D i like him :) and of Course SOOYOUNG unnie !!! For those who plan to watch this drama.it a try and i bet you.will not regret it.. She became a "Romance manic" during her trip and started talking again. I dislike that creepy girl that came to the agency on episode 7-8 though, but I'll just ignore her. The romance part alone is not realistic and is very predictable.

Sooyoung’s definitely got potential to do well as an actress, think. Lee Jong Hyuk is pitch perfect as the grumbly, gruff Seo Byung Hoon, owner of Agency Cyrano, and as expected, imbues his character with very nice flashes of nuance and depth to balance out the grumpy. Lee Chun Hee is quite lovely as the mysterious Master next door.

Master had relatively less screen time, but Lee Chun Hee made every scene count.

Being the kpop noob that I am, I didn’t even realize she’s an idol actor, until I stumbled on the information by accident.

The fact that I think he’s eye candy too is mere coincidence, I swears! Cameos The set-up allows for lots of cameos, and Show doesn’t stinge on them at all.

I found several of the cameos particularly entertaining, so here’s a quick shout-out to some of my favorites.

Breezy, light, and just a little bit quirky, Dating Agency Cyrano is a fun little show for when you’re in the mood for a bit of mindless fluff.

Plot logic regularly requires some suspension of disbelief, but there are enough plus points in this show to still make it an enjoyable watch.

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