A solid, funny, sweet, and romantic show that left me wanting more.
I enjoyed many technical aspects of the series, including the lighting, the soundtrack, and the pacing. The soundtrack was great; catchy, romantic, and not overbearing. However, the wardrobe sometimes let me down. Wan's stylist, especially, overdid it with too-big clothing that made the character appear even younger, which was somewhat of a turnoff considering the age gap between him and Ju Yeon. Some of the clothing for the other characters was just downright hideous, but sadly, it just won't stay in the 80's where it belongs.
As for the plot, I was pleasantly surprised. Quite honestly, I wasn't expecting much. l hadn't seen the first two programs in this drama series, yet that didn't affect my appreciation for this stand-alone drama. I had to laugh at the less-than-glamorous work setting of a home shopping network, but it worked. And, while l was skeptical about a potential romance between Wan and Ju Yeon due to her strong reservations, I enjoyed Wan's persistence and Ju Yeon's awakening to new possibilities.
While the acting was hit or miss, with too many fake smiles at inappropriate moments being the #1 miss, the most enjoyable aspect was the unique and separate stories of the different couples. They all had some adversity to overcome, and watching how the characters flexed their relationship muscle or failed spectacularly because of their own weaknesses is what kept me hooked.