My Absolute Boyfriend Review

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Based on the Japanese drama and manga series of the identical name, My Absolute Boyfriend is a couple of humanoid robots that possess all the right attributes. The cast includes Yeo Jin Goo, Bang Min Ah, and Hong Jong Hyun who have all showcased their acting prowess in popular dramas within the past.

Yeo Jin Goo takes on the role of the Zero Nine/ Young Gu, an android robot while Bang Mi Nah portrays Eom Da Da, a make-up artist who becomes Zero Nine’s girlfriend. Completing the most cast is Hong Jong Hyun who plays Ma Wang Joon, a famous actor and Eom Da Da’s ex-boyfriend.

Even though the drama was adapted from a well-liked manga series, it didn’t appeal much to the audience and hit all-time low ratings for an SBS drama.

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Eom Da Da may be a computer graphics make-up artist who is in a very secret relationship with a famous actor, Ma Wang Joon. an event of certain events causes her to lose her belief infatuated and she or he breaks up with him. While still heartbroken, she encounters Zero Nine who may be a robot built for the only real purpose of giving love and have unwavering loyalty towards his owner.

Eom Da Da’s accidental kiss with Zero Nine activates his system and he identifies her as his fated girlfriend. Zero Nine starts living with Eom Da Da and he or she gives him a brand new name, Young Gu. Young Gu’s emotional feelings for Da Da develop further and he gets involved during a love triangle, fighting for her affections against Wang Joon.



Because he’s not human, Young Gu encompasses a certain childlike innocence that produces the audience root for him. Him coming to avoid wasting Eom Da Da whenever she’s in trouble and declaring his undying love is endearing to observe. Later on, Da Da too, starts caring for him and when Diana takes him aloof from her, she fights for him. the nice thing about their relationship is Da Da never addressed him as an individual or robot. She loved him for being him. Also, Young Gu grew much beyond what he was programmed to try and do and loved Da Da selflessly.

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On the opposite hand, Ma Wang Joon contains a unique charm and he too includes a lot to supply in several ways. Wang Joon and Da Da contain a lot of history together, having a relationship that lasted for seven years. They need to be through all the difficult times together and understand one another so well. It had been heart-breaking to observe Wang Joon getting hurt due to his feelings for Da Da and being unable to maneuver on.

With two amazing male leads fighting for the eye of the feminine lead, one cannot help but get swayed by both the edges.


The drama blends the story with a combination of romance and comedy. There are many funny and hilarious moments acting as fillers to the plot. within the beginning of the series, Young Gu made everything seem funny due to his weird outfit selection and his weird way of doing things.

The supporting characters too add lots of comedic relief of the story. Na Bo Won has the best share of comedic actions and his encounters with Wang Joon’s manager, Yeo Woong is always funny. Also, irrespective of how cruel, Diana too adds to the comedy along with her snarky and witty remarks.

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Each of the characters whether positive and negative are likable and entertaining. In terms of character development, Wang Joon grew the foremost out of the lot. He had his share of wrongs initially when he labeled Da Da as his stalker and also not giving his all into his relationship. He only realized what he had lost after it absolutely was gone but he progressed considerably subsequently.

The most interesting character would be Diana. She started off as a spoiled heiress who entertains herself by doing ruthless and cruel things to others. although she is evil, she manages to engross the audience altogether of her scenes. Her tantrums are quite unpredictable and also her methods for punishing people.

Nam Bo Won is likable too especially thanks to his affection towards Young Gu and treating him sort of a real brother. He even went through the lengths of smuggling Young Gu from his employers because he didn’t want him to be owned by an irresponsible owner like Diana.



One of the explanations why the drama didn’t attract more audience is because the plot lacks substance. The plot, though cute, is incredibly cliched and therefore the creators failed to make much effort in adding depth to the storyline. it’s understandable that the main focus of the drama was on love and romance, however, they focused only thereon which makes the story bland and boring. The drama had the potential to produce an improved narrative but did not do so.


A fluffy romance, My Absolute Boyfriend proceeds to point out that love can indeed be a stunning thing. The story began with the feminine lead feeling that love doesn’t exist as she grew out of affection. However, she moves on to understand that true and everlasting love actually exists.

What is great about the story was that it depicts the overwhelming effect of affection. A machine that was programmed to only be reset easily overwrites that program due to love. This was something explainable for any of his creators. What was notable about the drama was that it really highlighted that true love goes beyond limitless boundaries.

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