Plot: Go Dok-mi (in Korean, literally “lonely beauty”) is a shy, frugal freelance copy editor who refuses to leave her apartment or interact with people as much as possible. Every day, using a pair of binoculars, she steals peeks at her neighbor across the street, Han Tae-joon, as he goes through his daily morning routine. She had fallen in love with Tae-joon at first sight, after witnessing him pick up a puppy in a box and taking it home. When she looked out her window and saw him living in the apartment opposite hers, she thought of it as fate.
Webtoon artist Oh Jin-rak lives in the same apartment building as Dok-mi. He has been in love with Dok-mi for ages, and anonymously leaves a carton of milk with a post-it attached by her door everyday. He created a webtoon with his drawing partner Oh Dong-hoon, titled “Flower Boy Next Door”, based on Dok-mi’s life as well as his desire to draw her out into the world.
Enrique Geum, a genius video game developer, arrives in Seoul from Spain. His reason for coming is “cupid’s arrow.” Though he’s in love with his best friend Yoon Seo-young, she has feelings instead for his older cousin, Han Tae-joon, so he intends to play cupid for the two. That same day, a new neighbor Watanabe Ryu moves into the apartment across to Dok-mi and Jin-rak.
When Enrique comes to stay at Tae-joon’s apartment, he catches Dok-mi in the act. Naturally curious and inquisitive, Enrique decides to find out the reason why Dok-mi is living in recluse. Meanwhile, Jin-rak is threatened by Enrique’s sudden intrusion into Dok-mi’s life. With all these new men suddenly entering her life, Dok-mi’s solitary and orderly world is turned upside down.
What I Think: Park Shin-hye + Kim Ji-hoon + Yoon Shi-yoon, should be enough to get your attention. However I felt like this is just a so-so drama. The plot is very light and the scenes were not that captivating. Honestly, I just ran thru the scenes. This one has happy ending. Some might think this is a must watch so who knows, you might just love this.