Dating Agency: Cyrano is charming, cute, breezy, refreshing, sweet, warm and has an indie vibe to it.
This has become my favorite drama of the year or at least one of them.
Lee Jong Hyuk is simply mind-blowing and charismatic in this role. Sooyoung is a revelation, who makes her character really sweet and believable. Together, these two are electric with smoking hot chemistry which can be felt right from the first episode.
The drama did fade in the second last episode which was spent in a kidnapping sequence and I think it should have been cut short. Actors are excellent in this drama who never miss a beat.
It is the fourth installment of the, but is actually miles better than the film (which is one of the most boring movies I’ve ever seen.) The drama keeps the things simple and light and cheerful.
So it’s about a theatre producer who starts an agency to help people in their love lives, in order to pay the debts he has because of a theatre.
Tags: Answer Me 1994, Dating Agency Cyrano, Empire of Gold, featured, Flower Boy Next Door, Gu Family Book, Heirs, I Hear Your Voice, Jeon Woo-chi, Level 7 Civil Servant, Master's Sun, Mi-rae's Choice, Monstar, School 2013, Shark, Two Weeks, Unemployed Romance, year in review, year in review 2013 Given the sheer volume of shows that dramaland puts out every year, I can think of plenty of reasons as to why I dropped a title or two from my watching list in 2013.
And yet, I also realized that there almost always happened to be something or someone behind why I watch the ones...
I loved their interactions: be it the bickering or the romantic tension and eye locks, I enjoyed every bit of it.