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But if you think her character's just a pretty face, think again.Writer Lee Kyung-Ui actually packed quite the character study in Ji- Woo, unraveled of course by the "people searcher" Gi-Joon as he peels away the exact nature of Ji-Woo's underlying character, which aligns very close to those who enjoy being on a constant high, of being fearful and someone who knows when to quit while at that feeling of elation, yet detrimental to what I would suggest as a long term sanity check.However, Gong Yoo stressed to the reporters, “” which caused everyone to laugh.

In offer to identify the face of Ji-woo's long lost first love, the two travel all around the country and come face-to-face with a smörgåsbord of Kim Jong-wook's.

After days on end of little success in the search for Kim Jong-wook, the agency receives a single phone call of fate.

There's Ji-Woo's sister Ji-Hye (Lee Chung-Ah) whose relationship with her doctor fiancé is very much contrasted against that of Ji-Woo's, and Ryu Seung-Soo as Gi-Joon's brother-in-law, a pulp fiction writer who shares the same home office which brings about some mutual benefits.

Being this bloated meant taking a very long time to establish the characters and get the ball rolling, so patience is a virtue for the first half hour as the narrative spins and does a bit of spot running.

The character of Han Gi-Joon is no pushover too, played to mild mannered perfection by Gong Yoo.

His neat freakness is a complete contrast to the messy Ji-Woo, and he nails reaction after reaction, and scene after scene as he turns on the charms not at her, but to the audience with his subtle, well meaning antics.

His first customer happens to be the reluctant Ji-Woo, dragged by her dad (Cheong Ho-Jin) so that she could finally track down, and satisfy her curiosity about her first love, before she can proceed in life to marry a promising air force pilot (who sadly, is very much a side show character).

So begins a road trip of sorts where the interaction between client and customer take on comedic proportions, bearing in mind with romances like this one, it's always opposites attracting and leading to the inevitable. Director Jang Yu-Jung peppers the film with too many minor characters who don't serve the narrative any advantage other than to add to the runtime for their singular motives.

Gil Da-ran (Lee Min-jung), a high school teacher, is engaged to a handsome doctor, Seo Yoon-jae (Gong Yoo).

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