Today, we will have I Order You review! Are you excited about our review? Let’s watch this wonderful drama!
When I started the SBS web drama I Order You (2015). I believed it sounded like a promising lighthearted romantic comedy that I could really enjoy and pass with flying colors during a day since the 16 episodes were only about 20 minutes each. The story looked cute, a few chefs who own and runs his own successful Bento box restaurant, and a silly girl he falls taken with against his will when she starts working as a kitchen aide for him. Viki’s print was super nice, in HD, it absolutely was absolved to watch, and also the first two episodes were laugh-inducing.
Also, this was actor-singer Jung Yun Ho‘s (Queen of Ambition) first drama post-military. He had been good in this other show, so I wanted to look at him again. Because it’s about food, my oldest daughter came dead set to watch it with me (she likes to bake and cook, unlike me!), and that we were giggling like schoolgirls during the primary two episodes.
But … uh oh … by the third episode this supposed romantic comedy began to show very serious, sort of a melodrama with plenty of typical, treacly K-drama cliches thrown in, and suddenly my daughter lost interest and went away, and that I almost did too … but I wanted to determine if it’d quickly spring back to the primary two episodes’ charms. It didn’t, hence the C grade.
By the very last episode, some funny business may well be seen again, but honestly, it wasn’t worth my time to urge thereto point, and it probably wouldn’t be worth it slow either. What how to ruin a show that might have sparkled and been fun like 2011’s Flower Boy Ramen Shop (it even had one amongst the identical young actor cast members from that show during this show – Jo Yoon Woo – also in 2015’s Puck – but he was completely underutilized here). What a shame. He barely got any screen time in any respect.
The Story of “I Order You” (2015)
Because a young unemployed girl named Park Song Ah (Kim Ga Eun) broke an upscale 100-year-old plate at his fancy lunchbox restaurant, chef and restaurant owner Yeo Gook Dae (Jung Yun Ho) orders her to figure for him for one hour daily for 100 days without pay, to assist reimburse him for the expensive antique plate. Feeling guilty, she agrees.
Gook Dae was divorced under very unhappy conditions, and he’s secretive about the explanations to everyone, but he’s lonely, so starts to fall for the well-meaning but rather clumsy new “hire”. the opposite two young men who add the restaurant – played by Jo Yoon Woo and Baek Jong Won – are nice to Song Ah, and also the older one develops a crush on her, but Gook Dae insults her instead, trying to flee from his own attraction to her, lecturing her about this which, which only contributes to her awkwardness within the kitchen.
As time goes on matters do improve and relax between chef and new assistant, especially when he begins to determine how hard she works to be told the trade. She also shows a talent for cooking that surprises him. he’s inspired to do different dishes and lets her sample them for her opinion. As she praises him, he likes her more and more. (Why are men like that? Why does one constantly should stroke their egos? LOL!). Eventually, he finally admits he likes her. (Took him long enough!).
Then the ex-wife comes into the image and makes a play for him again, hinting that she encompasses a secret to inform him which can make him want to return back to her, and even worse, his harridan of a mother, played by “Prune Face” Park Joon Geum from Secret Garden (2010) shows up, too, creating havoc in her son’s life (why do they ALWAYS appeal this actress to play these bitchy mothers and mothers-in-law? It’s her stock in trade!)
At now, I used to be scowling and growling at the screen and wanting it to be over pronto. This show was misdirected badly from its sincerely funny beginnings. the entire thing became extremely dreary! The one that recommended this to me should are more honest. What a waste of talent and time. I hope Jung Yun Ho finds better material in the future. The actress Kim Ga Eun was more appealing than he was: she is created for comedy, not melodrama because she sparkles when given half the possibility.
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