A Mi, for instance, keeps sleeping with her boyfriend Heung Soo, but she knows too well that this rocker-wannabe does not have any real chance to succeed in this tough world where there is no protection whatsoever for talentless men. A Mi willy-nilly stumbles into a better choice at this time, a capable man named Seung Won (Kim Seong Su), who is an accountant for Deloitte's Seoul office. Except for this guy's dreadful sense of humour, A Mi vaguely assumes that her life would change for the better if she tied the knot with him. But what really concerns her is neither of these men. She is, after all, an aspiring screenwriter, and she is determined to finish her first project, no matter what. When it comes to determination and toughness, A Mi is portrayed as a cinematic macho who used to be a hardcore chain-smoker, but resolutely quits cigarettes once she gets serious about her career as a far stronger, almost traditional alpha male...
Cast & Credits
I really liked the casting for this. Kim Min Hee plays her character so raw that you cant help but like her not perfect character. Lee Mi Sook is a vet so all i can say is she played her character perfectly. I liked her relationship with the younger actor, they had good chemistry. As for the guys, I kind of preferred the musician ex for Kim Min Hee cause he was less boring and more energetic on screen than the other guy.
Overall this movie might not be groundbreaking but i like it enough to watch more than once.