Dating agency cyrano recap ep 15
A mission gone awry? And at Cyrano Agency, I made my universe, my romance. So Seung-pyo heads out curiously to find her asking for help, and agrees to let her out. Who cares about logic. Maybe a really unpleasant city. Byung-hoon adds that they got her revenge on her bastard ex, too. Arang tells her how worried Byung-hoon was when she went missing, and encourages her to not give up on her feelings. Aw man, so the kidnapping was straight-up and real?
Points to her for being straightforward about that—it drives me nuts when characters make the grand statement, then negate their actions immediately. Byung-hoon arrives at the address indicated, but hears from the woman living there that the person in question has been living abroad for over a year. Byung-hoon returns to the office to find Min-young clicking through the computer files. Instead, think about the person who forced him to confront his feelings—a scene that Min-young watches with shiny eyes from her hostage lair. He jumps onboard, scrambles around and gets mistaken for a pervert, and finally pulls a bulky package from under a seat. Or at least shown himself in a less-than-sterling light. But he says that Yi-seol believes the debt was settled, and telling her would just worry her. Yi-seol drops by the agency unannounced and finds it locked. Moo-jin takes Hye-ri with him to the library, where he gets the same text. I know you are not like the other kids your age, but you are only Seung-pyo tells his ex-boss that he made a promise not to return to this life to his hyung, perhaps? Well, at least one of you is! Or raise a child? Moo-jin manages to disable the bomb with a few minutes to spare, and Min-young rushes to check on Seung-pyo. I like you very much, not as a teacher, but as a man. Thus in the morning, Seung-pyo declares his new decision: Not soon enough, though, because Seung-pyo gets a knife to the side. Idol girlfriend slaps Arang when she hears his confession. Min-young prods him to keep it going, arguing that they do good work. Arang nods, and they agree: Byung-hoon wonders why Seung-pyo changed his mind so suddenly, and guesses it was because of Min-young. She goes out cold. On the drive back, Min-young is in chipper spirits, and Byung-hoon teases her about her useless chatter at the restaurant. She promised her dying brother to get payback on the people responsible for making his last days lonely. Today she just walks on, which goes noticed by just about everyone in the restaurant. Before she can delve too much into that uncomfortable thought, she gets a text that makes her happy, and she runs to show it to Byung-hoon. I was hoping for a twist, since, blah.