These two screen shots were within seconds of each other in Ep 6. If this is a contest based on looks, there is no, well, contest.
It’s so unfair to have these two guys going after the same lead girl, Yon-soo, played by a genuine, warm, beautiful 26 year old Choi Ji-woo.
There is a lot of noise and excitement going on all the time. Dancing, singing, killing, crying – lots and lots of crying, fighting, working, jealous sniping.
Lee Jung Hyun plays CJW’s little sister, Sena, who makes most of the noise.
Shin Min-ah, at a very young 17, plays LBH’s little sister and has her share of loud scenes.
It’s all very rough on my nerves. But the moment LBH shows up on screen, silence falls…there is a haze over everything and his look into the camera sears my soul.
It isn’t that Sun-jae has no chance with the girl. There are wonderful scenes showing that he does affect her.
LBH’s frequent and literal “handling” of his employee, CJW, borders on sexual harassment – if this weren’t a drama and he weren’t this cool. Already we see the man without borders is gaining the innocent girl’s imagination and heart.
While RSW gets to be her bestie.
I am not sure what the director told him to do in those scenes, but my guess is: “YOU are a god. Act like every word you say is sacred, and all whom you touch are your slaves hungering for your presence.”
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