While the plot is a recycled version of a rich city boy unexpectingly falling in love with a poor country girl, the show excels at the use of humor throughout and showcases the 4 Fs: funny, physical, fluffy, and flirty.
This is above all a comedy, and Lee Si Eon shines as a hilariously-written supporting character who has a love-hate relationship with his boss, Choe Se Hun. Lee Si Eon's banter and physical humor had me in stitches, wanting to find every show he's in to marathon them. He was truly a stand-out among the cast, often with much better lines than the male lead.
Choe Se Hun, in turn, is as egocentric as they come. He can't comprehend why anyone, much less a country bumpkin, would spurn his offer of turning her into a celebrity. Thus begins his pursuit of her and their resulting tug of war over her career and their relationship. I do like that the female lead puts her foot down, not bending to his whims. Of course, for Kpop fans, there's the bonus of repeat appearances by Bora and Monsta X rounding out the cast list.
As for technical aspects, I have little to criticize. Sets were either actual locations or very well-made as to appear so. Lighting was spot-on, never over or underwelming. Music and sound effects added to the show's lightheartedness. Additionally, language learners will also enjoy the 4-character idioms peppered throughout the show by the female lead and, surprisingly, Monsta X.
Although there were a few instances of disjointed narrative that, while their purpose was clearly to help the audience empathize with Choe Se Hun, made the drama a little hard to follow until the timeline was cleared up in later scenes, I enjoyed this bite-sized drama so much that I almost didn't mind spending nearly half of at least two 15-minute episodes wondering how in the heck CEO Jang got involved again.
If you're looking for your funny bone or a time-killing rom com, you won't go wrong by putting this on your to-watch list!