I favor Se Hee even with him drawing so many lines in the sand. In fact I appreciate how his character does not majorly contradict itself at the first feelings of affection. Bok Nam, on the other hand, made me wary almost right from the start. Perhaps I had already biased my perceptions in favor of the main leads but, once he implied that it was okay to have a boyfriend while married without even at least knowing about the contract, I couldn't stand him (He plays his part that well).
Bok nam has been creepy af from the start. If someone kept calling my name and looking under things wouldn't you say "oh, I'm Bok nam. The owner of the shop is looking for me." but instead he purposely makes her believe he is not bok nam and the dog is still missing. THEN, he says he foudn the dog and leads her down the alley way to "find the dog". He gave be weird vibes from the beginning.
Oh, it's clearly se hee as the end game. If he weren't, i don't think they would focus so much time on him and i don't think Lee Min Ki would return to the drama world if he were to be thrown to the side at the end.
Se Hee all the way. Beside always rooting for the main leads, I prefer character growth and development. Seeing and anticipating the hurdles and progression of a stiff/barricaded character like Se Hee breaking down his barriers is more exciting.
Se Hee for sure. I tend to like the male leads majority of the time anyways, but I also tend to like "tsundere" male leads or characters that arent able to see their own feelings. Its too cute seeing Se Hee subconsciously care for Ji Ho and not realize why & try to make sense of it or reason it out~ Bok Nam is def. cute but is the type that would be hella annoying in real life lol.