Choi Gi Chan is a University Botanic Professor with the "perfect genes". The drama is about an editor of a fashion magazine, Kim Dang Ja, who suddenly develops an urge to have her own baby despite opposing the idea of marriage. The story will talk about Dang Ja striving to look for a man with perfect genes to accomplish her mission. Gi Chan happens to be her "target" in order for her to accomplish her mission. The story later develops as Dang Ja must persuade him to do it without any commitments, which is a problem because Gi Chan doesn't believe in the idea of sex before marriage. Edit Translation
- Bahasa Indonesia
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This drama was good, but not spectacular. There were plenty of comedic moments, moments of realization and it dealt with relevant issues as well. Maybe it was trying to do too much. Anyway the story was interesting but sometimes things occurred as if it were "movie magic" (my term for unrealistic happenings). The fashion was hot, It made me think of Sex in the City. I liked that they were incorporating liberal values and the way she was trying to tempt the guy was pure comedy. I didn't like the amount of crying that went on, I understand she was supposed to seem vulnerable, and I also felt as if there were no sub plots, no other stories in the drama but the main one. This drama is exactly what you think it is, and if you are a true drama addict you will already know exactly how it ends. No surprises, no shocks , just laughter and another one off of your "to watch" list.
I liked the cast but I wasnt in love with them. Thier acting was very good though. To be honest I never grew to like the main female character. I kept watching to see Ryu Su Young\''s smile.
The music was very good although with 2 songs it got to be a little repatative.
I\''m not sure whether Id watch this drama again just because I dont feel I have to see the characters again.
Overall this has an interesting enough story but I dont have any special feelings for it. I\''d reccommend watching it once though when you\''ve exhausted better choices.