Lee Dong-gun portrays title character Young-bin, a handsome but obnoxious young man who begins the film by breaking off a relationship in a most impolite way: after waiting in a parked car so Young-bin won't get a ticket, the girlfriend reads him the riot act upon his return, prompting Young-bin to slip into the driver's seat, break up with her, and speed off, leaving his new ex-girlfriend stranded in the parking lot.
From the get-go, Young-bin is not exactly a class act.
On the opposite side of the spectrum is the beautiful Ha-mi (Han Ji-hye), a meek university student looking for true love, but never seeming to find it.
as they sleep facing the imperfect monster until they inevitably get up.
But you'll always wake up to an impeccably symmetrical room.3. All you said was you wanted to go to Paris one day.
Your type A partner, however, will be grumpily buying three books at a Barnes and Noble when you roll up 17 minutes later than your last “I’m almost there!
Sorryyyyyyy” text (because they’re not going to waste all their precious time waiting for you.) organized.
It’s the classic story of the Odd Couple: she’s the life of the party, while he gives any excuse to leave early.