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Main Dish:When the son of the biggest food conglomerate in Korea, Cha Chi Soo, gets a part time job at a local Ramen shop, things are bound to get complicated. Flower Boy Ramen Shop is owned by Choi Kang Hyuk together with his self proclaimed ‘wife’ Yang Eun Bi, whose father apparently sold the shop and herself to the Pillar-like man. He also ‘adopted’ his so-called kids: Chasung’s Cha Chi Soo, runaway boy Kim Ba Wool and angel boy Woo Hyun Woo to make them the shop’s part time workers. Little does he know that Cha Chi Soo already has his eyes on his beloved wife. But what will happen when Cha Chi Soo’s father decides to build a fancy Ramen restaurant by taking down their humble little shop?
Choi Kang Hyuk (Lee Ki Woo)
If he’s not sleeping, than he’s probably taking nap. The lazy owner has great talent in camouflaging his enormous body to be able to sleep almost anywhere without people knowing, or maybe that’s just Yang Eun Bi’s lack of attention. A pillar to Yang Eun Bi and an onion to Cha Chi Soo, his name is rarely heard despite being the shop’s big boss. He’s a gifted chef with an amazing sense of taste, but with just that, will he be able to protect Yang Eun Bi and the ramen shop?
Cha Chi Soo (Jung Il Woo)
The heir of the biggest and most famous food conglomerate “Cha Sung” is the Ramyun Shop’s pickled radish guy, the moody and unreasonable spoiled brat Cha Chi Soo. This guy puts much emphasis into his majestic surname “Cha” but Choi Kang Hyuk always gets his name wrong, but the worst one is probably Yang Eun Bi’s fondness of calling him Dog Chi Soo. A small house full of commoners with no bidet, no sofa and no bed. How long will the prince last until he finally whines his way back home?
Yang Eun Bi (Lee Chung Ah)
From a former volleyball player to Cha Sung High School’s student teacher to running a ramen shop full of pretty boys, Yang Eun Bi has lived well, or not. After quitting volleyball to take the civil service exam, she finally gets to be an intern at the prestigious Cha Sung High School, only to find herself in a sticky situation that forced her to just run her father’s ramen shop. Born in the year of Rabbit, this 25 year old firmly believes that 2011 is her only lucky year. What happens when she runs out luck? But with two beautiful men chasing after her, that’s unlikely to happen. Yang Eun Bi must have saved a whole country in her past life, or not. At this point which Rooster will the Rabbit choose, Cha Chi Soo or Choi Kang Hyuk?
Kim Ba Wool (Park Min Woo)
The ramen shop’s staff leader with a rebellious past. Where as past probably means yesterday. He’s deeply in love with his girlfriend, the white swan Yoon So Yi, who is actually dating other men besides him. And Cha Chi Soo is one of them. Will this runaway boy ever get to keep Yoon So Yi’s heart to himself only?
Woo Hyun Woo (Jo Yoon Woo)
He’s a delicate young boy who loves to knit, the class president and the shop’s most adorable flower boy. People wouldn’t know that behind that gentle face debt collectors in black suits are following him to do who-knows-what! But he’s so innocent, even he doesn’t know. What will happen when they finally catch this little angel?
Like cooking a bowl of ramen, the story prepared all it’s necessary ingredients before opening the stove. The noodles slowly boils and just before it burns up, the ramen gets served, eaten before it cools down. It took a lot of different events before the ramen shop idea was established. And the trio’s love story is similar to how a ramen is when inside the saucepan.
The whole story revolves around the saying “love doesn’t need a reason at all” and truthfully this is the only drama where ramens and comfort rooms co-exist to create a one of a kind love roller coaster. Really, I think this one focused more on the latter, not that I’m complaining. This drama is really fun to watch, it’s almost like it’s coming out from Manga. It’s a drama you can rely on when you want to laugh out loud, this is definitely worth watching.
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Somehow even if the drama passed the point of being realistic, I still like it, I love it actually. I guess I read too much manga. T_T Although it felt unrealistic, it’s more like it became realistic in it’s own way. Like they were living inside their own world and what their doing can be considered the norm. But then again, I like how the story is consistent and full of surprises and the character’s development. Chi Soo doesn’t always look or act like an 18 year old, that being both a good and a bad point. He’s more like a matured 18 year old but still has not fully grown up, so the spoiled brat act is still there. Also I can’t deny Jung Il Woo’s improved acting skills from My Fair Lady till now.
I think this drama would be loved by shoujo manga readers. I kept asking myself if this was a live action or what. Plus it’s wonderfully made in my perspective. There’s not much parts that needs to be clarified. I think the story is smooth sailing without making the dramatic parts overly dramatic. I guess it’s the actors reactions, it just felt natural for them to react that way based on their characters. Although most of the characters had a certain stereotype, I guess they were directed that way to make the drama light and not too overwhelming.
The characters are adorable despite being unreasonable. (They’re all crazy in a good way.) I guess if they had a better and deeper background on why they feel that way, it’ll probably be more believable. But minus that, I love it when Cha Chi Soo is in love mode. :) They remind me of people gradually changing in the middle, but they changed so quickly without being too noticeable. Well I guess that’s how it is when you met someone and still doesn’t know they’re real attitude. A few minutes they’re so quiet, the next day they talk for like 5 words every second.
This is another modern fairy tale leaving you to wish that you were Cinderella AKA Yang Eun Bi. And like a my type of manga, it’s great to see that it’s the guy that becomes head over heels the girl and the girl is just really strong. And I can’t help but think that Eun Bi looks like Sulli and Taeyeon sometimes, her make up artist is daebak.
I think the drama did have the whole ramyun pattern. The first part is when the ramyun is starting to boil and when it boils they go all out before it gets cold. But the end seems rushed, I guess ramyun was left alone too long, so it gets eaten before it swells and gets cold. Although I like the transition from the school to the shop. :) It was like getting the seasonings, the noodles and boiling water ready~ :)) For me it became more logical and the fact that the shop idea was built with more emotional attachments, it gave the ending a reason on why the shop is so important. I like the intro and the way they made it to attach people to the shop.
It’s a fun drama, the ending wasn’t the best but it was cute. Cute until the end. :)
I rarely see a Philippine flag in a Korean drama. :)
And really did Dongju really got her whole face done?
Because the past and present her looks the same to me. :P Or maybe she already had surgery during this time, since this was 5 years ago. :P
I was so freakin’ bored, so I did this. :P
Anime versions of me from my photoshoots~ ♥ and a special Yeol version~ ♥
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Be careful with what you wish for. The used to be gangster No Eun Seol only wishes to find a job. After getting hired by a indecent company, she adds a “decent” job to her list. Now the secretary of the nation’s papa’s boy and the president’s son Cha Ji Heon, she tries to correct her wish again to being able to survive and change her immature boss. But will her fourth wish be granted when she starts to be torn between a love fight with the two filthy rich Cha cousin’s Ji Heon and Moo Won?
DN GROUP’S STAFF LIST
Secretary No Eun Seol (Choi Kang Hee)
The fierce secretary that can beat you up while wearing a heels and skirt combo, No Eun Seol is DN group’s successor’s new secretary. Despite graduating from a third rate college with a bad background, her sharp tongue and honest thoughts helped her gain the prestigious position. Although getting hired is different from getting accepted, her co-worker’s hate her, her boss wants her gone for good. But what better way to convince them then by using brute force? Too bad she can’t do the same to her boss. Will she be able to keep her position and her paycheck?
Department Head Director and 1st in line to succeed the company, Cha Ji Heon (Ji Sung)
The clueless, spoiled brat refuses to take over the company due to unknown reasons. Rumored as the company’s X-man whose main mission is to disrupt the company without anyone knowing why. But what if his secretary finds out his secret? Will she be able to change his mind and help him inherit the company?
Department Head Director and 2nd in line to succeed the company, Cha Moo Won (Kim “Hero” Jae Joong)
The Prince of the Corporate World Cha Moo Won wins over his cousin Cha Ji Heon in almost everything. From ability to intelligence and even in sports, the competitive department head director is on his way to stealing the top position from his childish cousin. But can he also win over No Eun Seol’s heart or will Ji Heon take the lead from now on?
Advertising Department’s Seo Na Yoon (Wang Ji Hye)
Sophisticated and elegant Seo Na Yoon, the perfect woman in the eyes of the public, armed with her beauty, charm and intelligence she comes back to capture Ji Heon’s heart once again. The educated lady tries her best to keep her composure even after being provoked by jealously. Although the power of education won’t last very long. Can she still remain calm when her first love is being taken away?
With an impressive beginning, the show easily got me hooked. Although the story’s progressed a little bit slower in the middle, but without the notice, the climax exploded with a huge “BANG~!” Although the ending was a bit typical, the drama felt complete.
The actors are amazing. Choi Kang Hee was able to live to her title as the ‘Romantic Comedy Queen’, plus her face and body is pretty impressive for someone in their 30’s. She’s sexy and cute at the same time, a great example of the so-called ‘Bagel Girl’. I love Choi Kang Hee and Ji Sung’s acting and chemistry. I love how they’re able to emphasized their emotions with their expressions naturally. Wang Ji Hye also acted without inhibitions. I like how carefree she is without caring too much about her image. Jae Joong also did well. His movements all have a proper objective and his emotion’s weren’t lacking, he kept his cool vibe even while showing off his cute side. I salute the director especially for maintaining the overall feel of the show.
I like how they experimented with the characters, although it has the same CEO falls for the poor girl plot, the characters were twisted a bit giving them all a unique personality. Na Yoon, the supposed to be bitchy girl, turned out to be sweet and charming. The impecceble Prince Moo Won didn’t get the girl and can even rebel against his own principles sometimes. Although in the middle I felt that Cha Ji Heon was too weak for the strong willed Eun Seol, in the end they were able to complement each other’s personalities where they met at both ends. With Ji Heon growing up and Eun Seol softening up to him.
It’s easy to feel the character’s growth without making it look forced. Everyone from the lead’s to the simple part timer were three dimensional characters that moves back and forth with their personalities. The energetic Eun Seol’s energy felt like she was draining all her energy in the middle, while the childish Ji Heon became manly enough for Eun Seol to lean on. Na Yoon, from an antagonist became one of the protagonists. And the calm and cool Moo Woon can actually be involved in cat fights after losing his temper. I like how everyone has some kind of unique trait in them. Even the two rich mom’s have unexpected tendencies. They may seem like scheming evils queens, but they are actually citizen’s of neverland. I like how the characters can turn serious one minute, then fight like crazy children the other.
I admire how the writer tried to step out of the box and make the story more realistic, but by toning down the plot she forgot to tone down her characters. The two 3rd generation chaebols actually seems illogical when it comes to love, but hey as they say, love isn’t logical anyway. In the end though, her extreme characters worked their way to the audience’s hearts.
I think this is a good example of putting only dark eye make up with light lipstick and vice versa with the perfect combination of intense characters and a light plot. I like how it felt like a windy bubbly start to a breezy middle but then suddenly striking it with a tornado like climax and ending it with the right amount breeze. The songs are pretty good too. I’m enjoying their soundtrack. Plus I like the camera’s titled angles during some parts, it adds more flair to the shots. :)
I love Protect the Boss, I’m glad I finished watching this one. It’s pretty good, knowing that the show had a 2-episodes extension and from what I know, that doesn’t happen frequently. :)
When you’re a fresh graduate who just turned 24 years old, you’ll either be welcomed with open doors or closed gates with several locks, and the only way to open it is to find the keys in a huge hay stock.
Little Black Dress is a story about 4 girls who just got branded as the new ladies of the society, with a diploma under their belts, they have no other choice but to grow up and find a job. In a rollercoaster ride filled with jealousy, success, love and envy, can they still say ‘friends forever’?
THE MAIN CHARACTERS
“I always wanted to cry. I wanted to cry when I realized after graduation I was a fool who couldn’t get a job, when I felt as if I was saying goodbye to the most shining stage of my life… …and then I wanted to cry all this time when I realized that my status wasn’t good enough to meet a good man.”
Yoo Min (Yoon Eun Hye), has a bit of everything. A bit of beauty, a bit of brains and a bit of money; but what she doesn’t have is a dream. She broke up with her caring yet incompetent boy friend, Soo Hwan and eventually dated rich playboy Suk Won. She easily got a job as an intern to a big shot writer through connections while her high school friend Young-Mi strives harder just to become an assistant writer. But is a bit of everything enough for her to survive? She can either fall due to lack of passion, or rise due to versatility, since she does have the ability to become a good writer. Will she eventually have everything or will that bit turn into nothing?
“I know about the society, know about men, know about the world, and that’s why I let things just pass by without questioning its validity.”
Hye-Ji (Park Han Byul), was born to be star, with a pretty face and gorgeous physique, being scouted was more than just mere luck. But fame has is it’s downsides; the director yells at her inability to act, scandal videos arise while her friends can one day turn their backs on her due to serious envy. The carefree looking and fun loving party girl may seem unworthy of her success, but the time she gave to keep herself pump and pretty is rather commendable. She works hard without looking like it. Will she be able to keep both her friends and her career?
“I’m afraid that good things will happen to you guys. That’s when I realized.. that somewhere in my mind, I was afraid. And this is what I was afraid of… that my best friend, is leaving to a place that I can’t go to…in a spectacular way.”
Soo-Jin (Cha Ye-Ryeon), smart and honest, a psychology graduate from the University of Seoul, or at least that’s what she wants her clients to believe. After failing several auditions, she applied as a tutor while forging her resume. Among all of them, she has built the most grudge against Soo-Jin’s sudden rise to stardom. And just when things can’t get worst, her family suddenly goes bankrupt, will she ever get a chance to be on top?
“At times…I feel that my right to feel any pain and be comforted by others has been taken away merely for having money.”
When the sweet yet spoiled rich girl Min-Hee (Yoo In-Na) find out that her parents decided to get a divorce, she’s suddenly faced with a challenge to live with less glitz and glamour. And just when finally decided to study abroad, her poor English holds her back. She then enrolled herself in an English school to pass the TOEFL, only to have a cute younger boy curse her in English without her even knowing what he’s saying. Will she ever fly out of the country or will her wings stay clipped in Korea?
My Black Mini Dress is a mixture of “The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants” and “Sex in the City”, with friendship as the main genre and glamour as their main style. It was easy to watch, I didn’t get bored at all. That’s either because I was excited to watch this after watching a movie I didn’t like or maybe it’s because I like the casts. :P And I cried at Young Mi’s part. :P
Contrary to the what others say, I actually adore Hye Ji. Hye Ji look like she has it all, but she worked hard to get that body and beauty. She gets yelled at, but she kept her cool and tried to act cheerful. She didn’t change even after becoming a celebrity. Soo-Jin was the character I’d love to hate but I can’t. She’s pitiful, she works hard but her words are too much. Although it’s understandable, she had a difficult time, so I can’t really blame her. Min Hee is a character you can’t hate, she’s cute and sweet, she’s rich but not arrogant and she took action once she realized her life’s going to dramatically change after her parent’s divorce. Yoo Min does have man problems and seems somewhat normal and materialistic, but she does have a lot of potential if she could just realize it. She could have been a perfect canvas if only she had a dream.
THE SUPPORTING CHARACTER
“But in the end, I still can’t manage to be the main character.”
With the four heroins, a supporting character would just be set aside. With little to no significance, that character is not the one who would prevail until the end, the author can eliminate her anytime. Young Mi (Choi Yoon-Young) may be ‘just a supporting character’ but she was one of the most important ones. Even for just a little, I do think she became one of the mains in a short time. But sadly, a posthumous recognition is all she can get. It’s heart breaking because I still hope that she could have lived to become a great writer.
LEADING MAN GUYS
The innocent Noona and The immature Dongsaeng. Yoo Seung Won (Shin Dong-Ho, UKISS) and Min Hee’s relationship is just too cute. As much as I wanted it to go further, it was a good decision to limit it to childish sweetness, or else Min Hee would evolve into a female pedobear.
The playboy Oppa and The undecided Dongsaeng. Suk Won (Lee Yong-Woo) is the second guy Yoo Min slept with after breaking up with her better ex. Their relationship is more realistic than those seen in dramas. The guy is a prince with a fortune, surely they were just playing around until she took it seriously, the relationship not exactly the guy himself. And so, the broke up. Pssh.
Based on a novel written by Kim Min-Seo, Director and Screenwriter Heo In-Moo was the one to bring them to life on screen. Realistic emotions and some values about friendship. If you want to watch an everyday type of movie about struggling friends with a little mellow drama, then this is a good one especially if you’re in your 20’s. I’m 19 and I’m going to graduate next year, that might be a good reason why I enjoyed this movie. :)) The characters are relatable if you’re in that age bracket, but it’s also a nice watch to get that nostalgic feeling or to see what’s in store for you after wearing that black toga.5 notes