I’ve said this before and I’ll say it again. I’m not sure if I can finish this adorable drama alive. It’s like every single scene that this OTP graces, I am out of breath. It’s just the second hour of the series and I already gave them my full support. And if it’s true that the drama was inspired by the Song-Song couple, then could the main leads Jung Hae-in and Son Ye-jin be our next Song Joong-ki and Song Hye-kyo?
Joon-hee (Jung Hae-in) and Jin-a (Son Ye-jin) spent more time together in this second hour as our adorable puppy-eyed hero makes sure that her noona is always within his reach. Joon-hee helped Jin-a in packing the souvenirs for the customers of the failed franchise opening. They were almost caught by a drunken Lee Ye-eun (Lee Joo-young), good thing Joon-hee got some fast reflexes and was able to hide under the table!
Also, I liked how Jin-a lowkey tucked her hair behind her ears after Joon-hee said she was prettier than her colleague Kang Se-young (Jeong Eugene). 😂
Jin-a’s ex Gyu-min (Oh Ryong) is still not done yet with winning back our heroine. I don’t know what is the deal with this guy because when I first saw him, he was insulting Jin-a as some sort Konjac jelly (implying that she was boring). And then, when his new girlfriend broke up with him (also thanks to Jin-a’s perfect revenge), he moved on swiftly and now asks for Jin-a’s hand back.
Also, I understand that Jin-a is already 35 years old, a very ripe age for a woman to settle down, but her mother is just too obsessed to marry her off. I was really happy that Jin-a revealed about Gyu-min’s cheating escapade before her own parents, and he definitely deserved that beating from Jin-a’s father.
The Noonas and their Dongsaeng
If you think Jin-a and Kyung-sun (Jang Seo-yeon) already established their strong connection in the first episode, wait til you watch this one! LOL. Seems like the BFFs extended their friendship reach with their respective younger brothers as Joon-hee and Seung-ho (Wi Ha-joon) also seemed like they are close friends, too. Can I join this circle of friends? I’ll bring my cute dongsaeng, too!
Coffee Bay at bay
Because I was so much engrossed by the cuteness of our OTP, I don’t have time for some office drama. I just hope they don’t really shift their attention to the complicated corporate set-up of Coffee Bay and their abusive senior executives. It’s 2018 and it’s about time we stop having a testerone-induced office setting in dramas. I am too exasperated to watch useless, lazy male managers and directors taking advantage of the female employees. This is why I love Jin-a’s manager Jung Young-in (Seo Jung-yeon) so much. I know she’ll continue to stand up against this corporate bullies and protect her hardworking employees.
Ahmm, Joon-hee knows how to make some moves.
— Ahjummamshies (@ahjummamshies) April 9, 2018
We are all Joon-hee whenever we look at our crush’s picture on our smartphones.
Jung Hae-in is the only person who can angrily drag someone out and yet still looks cute.