Cyrano dating agency ep 2 recap

The case is short but sweet today, and showcases some really nice character beats for everyone. Audio clip: Adobe Flash Player version 9 or above is required to play this audio clip. Download the latest version here.

Cyrano Dating Agency Episode 1 Recap

The case is short but sweet today, and showcases some really nice character beats for everyone. Audio clip: Adobe Flash Player version 9 or above is required to play this audio clip. Download the latest version here. You also need to have JavaScript enabled in your browser. So the first love comes back. Byung-hoon finds himself looking through the window at Min-young, and Yi-seol clocks his distraction.

She calls Byung-hoon to deal with the client, which is when Yi-seol notices that Min-young wears a particular necklace. Byung-hoon insists on sending this client away, while Min-young wants to take her on. Instead, Min-young sits with her at the restaurant next door, eager to hear her story. As in, Su-ah wants to win his affection the good old-fashioned way by expressing her sincere feelings, but she needs guidance getting there.

For instance, the tab of her soda can pops off, and Moo-jin steps in to fix it—and the moment Su-ah meets his eye, she keels over unconscious. Su-ah thanks Min-young for taking on her case, and then runs into a street sign. Min-young briefs the team on the stats: Su-ah works as a ghost in an amusement park how fitting , lives with only women mom, grandma , and only attended all-girls schools.

Byung-hoon mocks Min-young for her inability to identify the target, and she huffs to her skeptical team that she can pull this off. This leads to a bet: If she succeeds, she can order Byung-hoon to do one thing. If she loses, she has to do something for him. Min-young shares the bet with Seung-pyo, who throws his support to her. Min-young films herself as she begins the mission, adopting a romance guru tone as she offers advice.

For instance: They move to the next step: Using Moo-jin as a test subject, Min-young coaches Su-ah to think of him as a girl and look him in the eye. Why is this hard? Before, people would whisper about her or treat her like an outcast, so she hid behind her hair. Then, she found that it was less difficult being feared than being ignored. But something happened recently to make her change her mind and decide to buck up her courage. We see it in flashback:. Su-ah gathers to watch a magic show at the amusement park, but gets shoved around and pushed back.

She shrinks back in her usual way, until someone taps her shoulder, then clears the way for her to step forward. It also leaves behind his old watch, which she finds dropped on the ground. She thanks Moo-jin for his great idea, not seeing Byung-hoon smiling smugly behind her. They immediately jump up and make nice, calling her noonim. Byung-hoon and Min-young catch some of the exchange, but not enough to get the real story.

And so, Su-ah puts herself in their hands. Min-young gives Su-ah instructions over the earpiece, walking her through the exercise. Min-young is impressed with his long-winded and wise explanation… which is, of course, being secretly provided by Byung-hoon. Su-ah takes that in, and looks him in the eye. He takes her on a motorcycle ride, arriving at the top of a hill overlooking the city lights.

Moo-jin offers her his helmet, fiddles with some dials, and has her look at the city through the visor. The leader loses his bravado and calls off his goons. He sends them off and turns around… and sees Min-young standing there, eyes wide. Then she hurries away, spooked, while Seung-pyo gets drunk in his empty restaurant. Hence her dilemma about timing versus preparation. Su-ah knows that it is, but today may be her last chance. Thank you. But he wants to follow her, of course, so off he goes.

Su-ah arrives at the magic show and works up her courage to approach, calling out to the magician, whose face we finally get to see. She asks if he remembers her, but he looks at her rather blankly, even when she says she watched every one of his shows here. Oh no. Is this going to end badly? And so, I was always thankful to you, and I wanted to tell you how I felt. He says nothing. So she wishes him well and starts to walk away, whereupon he calls her back. Oh phew—I was afraid for a second that he was going to be an ass.

Instead, he tells her she ought to fix it and return it the next time they meet. He reaches for it, stretching himself toward the water—and falls in. He reaches for his Sherlock pendant, but it remains out of his reach. Min-young returns to the pier in time to see the danger, and dives into the water. She reaches out a hand to him, signaling for him to grab it… Byung-hoon opens his eyes… and throws a V sign.

She shoots him this exasperated look even in the water and drags him back up with his hand clutching her dropped necklace. On the pier, Min-young rouses first and starts slapping his face and yelling at him to wake up. Still he remains unresponsive. At the end of the day this was an episode about Su-ah, which was poignant and sweet—not for the way she found herself a cute potential boyfriend, but because this mission spurred her to loving herself and stepping out into the world.

What made the case even better was the way it utilized each member of the team and spurred them to their own little growths. Min-young has always been heart over brain, hope over cynicism, and sometimes you can see how that needs a little grounding. In this case, though, her brand of acceptance and encouragement were just the push Su-ah needed.

Truth be told, none of the actual events that the team planned were all that remarkable—a haircut, a makeover, a mock date—and so, the success was in the little bits of advice that came from the heart. Byung-hoon provided some of that on the sly, while Moo-jin had his little epiphany as well. Your email address will not be published.

WOW i was totally expected to see more of him: S LOOL!!! I love how everyone was raving over Gong Yoo's back in the previews, and then it turns out his back is all we get! Somehow from just reading your recaps, I had the impression that this show had more depth than it really had when I actively watched it. However, I was able to appreciate the breezy directing and the absolutely spot on music.

I have to say again that the music in this show for this episode, since I haven't seen any others is fantastic. It is a little bit Indie, but so atmospheric and quaint - I absolutely love it! There's some soft singing by a girl. I also loved the song with moo jin when he was on the bike. You should also watch this show from the beginning, alot of times watching adds more depth than just reading recaps. Is this it, for Gong Yoo's cameo? Will we see more of him in the next ep, when she returns his watch--the next time they meet?

Pls say yes. I think their story had a pretty conclusive resolution in this episode - by that I mean we are only offered a tiny window into Su-ah's life and we already watched her growth and her new beginning. The focus was not on their relationship as such, but on Su-ah's journey;. TQ for the answer, cos I haven't been watching this show.

Just thought that if there'd be more of Gong Yoo, I'll catch the next ep. Great episode, love the characters and each of their chemistry. I think that what I loved the most on this part is the developpement between Byung Hoon and Min Young. I have said it since the start of the drama but gosh', can chemistry be more amazing? I'm shipping them so hard and so, these little moments when they were together are pure GOLD.

I giggled when they locked eyes and that their heartbeats increased. Seriously, I really loved Sooyoung's acting in this scene. She made me cry whereas this kind of scene where female character weeping over the possible death of her lover makes me roll on eyes usually and that's because I know he isn't going to die so I find the scene rather unnecessary but in this one, aside from the fact that she slapped him so hard which is funny and SO Min Young , I cried by the way she looked so desperate and fragile.

Moo Jin can be so sweet with these words. I loved the "Until now, I only needed one". I got it all wrong with Ah Rang. I thought he was giving hints abou the case's result but no.

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Another cute, funny episode with a case of the week that works to push our main characters on the romance train.

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There is nothing more subjective than fashion and what I love the most is seeing a real trend setter pull together an outfit that is striking but wears it in a way like it was casually put together as opposed to trying too hard to construct a look. The world of the Agency is so small, its cases so narratively manufactured, and obviously both male leads Byung Hoon and Seung Pyo have quite a background that will slowly be fleshed out to add more depth to their characters. The drama deftly weaves the missions in with character behavior that reveal their personalities little by little, allowing us time to slowly get to know the denizens of the Agency along with one very mysterious Chef. So far the humor is low key and the romance is on the backburner for all the main leads. Byung Hoon grabs Min Young to avoid being seen by Librarian, and in the process notices that she is affected by their sudden closeness.

But hope springs eternal. Audio clip: Adobe Flash Player version 9 or above is required to play this audio clip. Download the latest version here. You also need to have JavaScript enabled in your browser. Min-young watches Byung-hoon dashing into a shop to confront Yi-seol with his feelings, and she wonders if the sudden tight feeling in her chest is indigestion. So close, but so far. He pretends that the old pendant just made him think of buying one from her I guess she makes them and returns to the car in a huff.

This is me crying tears of happy here as I write this. I do adore the two leading men Lee Jong Hyuk and Lee Chun Hee , both of whom are criminally underrated and sexy as all out.

Playing Cupid is never easy when you throw emotions into the mix. The operation at hand becomes exponentially more difficult after a confession of love throws this ship off course.

Dating Agency: Audio clip: Adobe Flash Player version 9 or above is required to play this audio clip. Download the latest version here. You also need to have JavaScript enabled in your browser. The sudden embrace takes Min-young by surprise, and a few more seconds of awkward silence pass before she speaks up. Once the coast is clear, Byung-hoon casually lets her go. He then uses this opportunity as a teaching moment to illustrate how perfect his plan was. When Min-young grumbles over the fact that it was all staged, he once again points out the importance of a lasting first impression. Meanwhile, Seung-pyo sips coffee at his restaurant. Eek, are you two not friends?

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