With only six episodes so far, for this post I will be dealing until the latest episode (okay, I might add additional thoughts as the show progresses).
P L O T
This romantic comedy deals with “pretty boys,” who with good looks and individuality, operate a ramen shop with lively college girls and experience the happenings of daily life (source: dramawiki).
Reading the synopsis above is not descriptive of what has happened so far (I’m too lazy to do my own summary). Basically it was in episode 6 where we got to see the “rebirth” of the ramyun shop. LOL. Anyway, I would just like to add a few more details about the story (I think I’ll end up making a summary, oh well).
Flower Boy Ramyun Shop revolves around the story of Yang Eun Bi (Lee Chung Ah) a 25 year old who aspires to become a teacher. In her dream to become one, she becomes a student-teacher in Cha Sun High (all boys school). Here she comes into contact with the so-called Prince and heir to the Cha Sun industry, Cha Chi Soo (Jung Il Woo). Prior to her becoming a student-teacher, Eun Bi had the misfortune to meet Chi Soo. Thinking that Chi Soo was 6 years older than her, Eun Bi fell to Chi Soo’s charm (who wouldn’t? Given the guys qualifications), however little did she know that Chi Soo was actually six years younger than her and to add to her humiliation, he would be one of her students!
T H O U G H T S
There ya go, I’m not that good in making summaries but hope it will suffice.
Where to start? There are actually a lot of things running inside my head but let me start this review by saying that, I CAN’T ERASE JUNG IL WOO’s IMAGE AS SCHEDULER EVEN WHEN HE’S ACTING A DIFFERENT ROLE.
How’s that? I don’t know but aside from Chi Soo and Scheduler’s attitude, all is the same. LOL. I won’t elaborate more because it’s a bit hard to explain.
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