He opens his eyes and scans his surroundings. As for Kim Myung Min lacking charisma - I find it a highly original opinion. I hope it passes and it was a knee-jerk reaction of a writer - somebody was admitted into hospital so everybody and their mother flock to visit, even if the relationship is really distant. She says she went to a park and insists that she did not kill him. He only has one court appearance that day because he said he was busy.
Trying to keep track of all these sites. Seok-ju goes to the hospital for his therapy, and the nurse greets him as Myung-nam ha, the name he first gave himself. We are 5 actually six episodes in and there is no romance to be found at all. No qualms about that, but sorry to say this, but the dude has no sex appeal whatsoever. Look out, because our golden boy at the firm is about to get himself into some risky business. But Yeong-woo is suspicious and asks one of his assistants to look into Ji-yoon in addition to the Taejin Group settlement deal.
Meanwhile, Yoo Jeong Seon is his fiance. Linso, agree, I also like this drama the most because they are dealing with real life cases. Just go with the heart for the drama is full of that :D And seeing us we are crowding the site already I'm sorry, beanies! Also, maybe drama-land has me trained too well but his flamboyant attitude seems like a cover up of some deep-seated pain. Hooray for the hardworking us! I have a good expectation cause Park Min Young starring in. I did a marathon of 5 episodes and I am actually enjoying it. The romance buildup between the lead is mature and not forced. In the end him learning from his intern about human nature.
I am sure to tune in for more of him and what he does to his character - especially when he gets his memory back and learns that he's really an asshole originally. What is the big hang up on age? But he does have a photo of himself with Missing Doggy. The meeting begins, and Seok-ju puts each name to a face in his head. He gets up to find his head and hands tightly wrapped up and calls for a nurse. I am quite disappointed the way he now look so boring,walking in and out of the law firm with no case that he is willing to pursue which is a shame the drama has turn to the wrong side of the law.
After the meeting, Yeong-woo calls Sang-tae to his office to ask about Seok-ju. She expects some sort of reaction, but Seok-ju takes the news as casual information and says that both cases are out of his control now. This one is a mild one which is normal. Kim Seok Joo goes by fair play or foul methods to win his cases. Ji-yoon says that she felt bad running into Hye-ryeong with Seok-ju. So I hope this remains in the realm of melodrama without the slightest hint of a romance with Min Young or I will throw up. The drama gets better and better.
Well, K-Drama Industry is tough one. Seok-ju suspects that Yeong-woo is making her report to him before telling him anything, but Ji-yoon denies that. Yeong-woo instructs Ji-yoon to keep quiet about the whole situation and goes to meet with the doctor about Seok-ju. They eventually get the door open with the help of the security guard, and Seok-ju enters in a state of wonder, discovering his own home. She definitely has great looking teeth as well! You can look him up and also there are numerous such cases. I am shallow, yet the fate of that poor dog really bothers me. The wife worries about affording hospital costs, but Seok-ju intervenes again.
Now Sang-tae is convinced that Seok-ju has some terminal illness. What a waste of such a great cast! He asks her about contacting Seok-ju, and she says she only messaged him to apologize for her harsh words about him earlier. I feel like a grinch, irritated by the new bumbling little spark of joy. Like angrily saying what do you expect me to do. Ji-won continues with his move-in process, and Ji-yoon gets a picture message on her phone. Park Min Young's lack of subtlety in her acting is still magnified when compared to her veteran costars but now that there are more humorous elements, she doesn't look as out of place as she did in the first two episodes. There're rumors running through the office about her but he, the guy with no prior memories and therefore questionable judgement on that matter, chooses to ignore them and trust only her.
Lee Ji Yoon is an intern at the law firm who works directly under him. The dialogues are intelligent so is the script and the drama overall. This how one learn to be a good lawyer. I never ever thought that they look so adorable together. I also noticed Ji Yoon's shoes. She knows it doesn't make her the best candidate to be a star lawyer, but she remains upbeat and firm in her beliefs.
Thus far love, love it also love Kim Myung Min. As for Kim Myung-min, there are not enough words in the world to describe this guy's meticulous care to details when it comes to his acting. You have to be a dancer like Ginger Rogers or a long-time veteran like a lot of older actresses to look graceful hopping around in heels. The clients come back into the meeting room to complain to Seok-ju: why is he backing down now? Yeong-woo decides to plan on cancellations, rescheduling, and proxies for the week because he knows something is up and thinks Seok-ju was involved in an accident. Back at the hospital, Seok-ju has a visitor. Seok-ju is back to taking notes on the news, and Yeong-woo and Ji-yoon approach him.