My Lady OSTSinopsis. Sung Min Woo es un actor arrogante y antip. Ella llega al departamento de Sung Min Woo como empleada dom. Yoon Kye Hwa, chantajea a Sung Min Woo y este termina aceptando hacer el musical, pero no a su hija,asi que contrata a Yoon Kye Hwa para que se haga cargo de la ni. En el transcurso de su convivencia, Yoon Kye Hwa, ayudar. Sung Min Woo, para detener el esc. Ya me he convertido en un tontorr.
Oh, My Lady es Ye Eun. Lo siento Chae Rim noona, jeje”.
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Episode 1. 3 » Dramabeans Korean drama recaps. The drama is stepping things up, which is a good sign since I thought the last two episodes were already a marked improvement. Despite his relative inexperience, after seeing Choi Siwon act in Hyang Dan three years ago I was expecting him to be decent. But I wasn’t expecting him to carry the show, which he pretty much is doing. Download the latest version here.
You also need to have Java. Script enabled in your browser. EPISODE 1. 3 RECAPAfter Min- woo makes the announcement that he and Kae- hwa are dating, he smiles at the press, gets up, and walks out coolly. Kae- hwa is flabbergasted, Yoon- seok is disgruntled, Reporter Han is suspicious, and Yura. But her vexation is almost satisfaction enough. She gripes that his comment should have been about her, not Kae- hwa. Kae- hwa is more resigned than touched by Min- woo’s grand gesture, and tells Bok- nim that although he was probably thinking to save her, he just added fuel to the fire.
Bok- nim asks if it’s true, to which Kae- hwa retorts that she’d be crazy to date such a rude young’un like Min- woo. Everyone else would think HE’s the weird one for dating Kae- hwa.)Bok- nim comments that the announcement felt sincere, and Kae- hwa mutters that he’s an actor: “When did that lousy actor learn to act?” This also means that when Kae- hwa arrives at work, reporters and angry fans bearing anti- Kae- hwa signs are haunting the sidewalk.
Kae- hwa decides to go for it and heads toward the door with her head down. When a reporter calls out her name, she ducks and says she’s not Kae- hwa, but the denial convinces nobody and she is accosted for an interview.
When she finally manages her way inside, she finds the others regarding her coolly, assuming the rumors are true. Kae- hwa can’t deny them, and Jae- hee is back to being snippy, annoyed at the inconvenience this poses to them all. Kae- hwa apologizes to Shi- joon and promises to take responsibility for this scandal, although she’s not sure how. He asks if she means to write her resignation, and comments that quitting over a personal matter is even more irresponsible. He instructs his staff to power through and get back to work, and Kae- hwa is relieved that he doesn’t seem terribly ruffled by the gossip. Byung- hak, on the other hand, comes in to lecture them all for their unprofessional behavior. When he addresses Shi- joon for the lax way he runs his business (letting an employee run amok and date his star), Kae- hwa grabs him and takes him to the roof for a private talk.
He asks if she really did blackmail Min- woo, because that makes more sense to him than a romance. At first I wondered whether I’d have to rescind the positive things I’d said in the previous recap, but I think this is in character. He isn’t angry or accusing, but incredulous. Kae- hwa becomes so annoyed at his high- handed behavior that when he asks if she’s really dating Min- woo, she declares, “He says I’m beautiful!” Haha. That just makes Byung- hak burst into laughter, although he soon stops when she gets a phone call from Min- woo. Kae- hwa doesn’t answer the call, but it’s enough to make Byung- hak uncertain.
Back in the office, Jae- hee also has a hard time accepting the news and asks what Kae- hwa’s secret is, unable to picture them together. Jin- ho decides that Min- woo must have unique (read: eccentric) taste in women. Shi- joon’s unperturbed demeanor can be attributed to the fact that he knows Min- woo’s announcement was merely a PR ploy, and now he expresses his disappointment in Min- woo’s tactic. Did he really think that would solve things? In reality, it has increased problems for Kae- hwa, who’s now being harassed by the media and his fan club. Min- woo asks what he should have done — in the moment, that was the best he could do. Shi- joon says that Kae- hwa’s not used to the attention and cameras, and cautions him to take care that she’s not hurt further.
For the first time ever, Min- woo defers to Shi- joon and asks for advice on what he ought to focus on for this musical — what’s the most important thing? This is his first time acting without Yoon- seok, and he has to make sure he’s successful. This is one more step in Min- woo’s growth as a person and an actor, and Shi- joon answers that he ought to concentrate on the solo — if he can pull that off properly, he’s halfway to success.
Byung- hak actually gives a pretty mature response, saying that that’s a matter between the two single people, but I’m not too hopeful that he’ll stick with his more noble thoughts. He asks what would happen if he did take back his funds, and Eom answers that not only would the company be over, so would Min- woo’s project and his ex- wife’s job.
What better revenge is there? People are commenting that if Min- woo’s dating Kae- hwa, she must have other qualities if not her looks (you know, since Chae Rim is such a troll). Interest in their musical is skyrocketing and opinions of Min- woo are rising. Jae- hee even gets an email from someone interested in sponsoring the musical. All this gives Kae- hwa some relief that the scandal is no longer a burden to the company. Yura bursts in to the office wearing her bitchface to confront Kae- hwa, and has the nerve to ask the employees to step outside to give them privacy. Boys!)Kae- hwa is surprised that Yura believed the press conference, saying that her dating Min- woo makes no sense — he was misguidedly trying to help her against the blackmail claims.
Yura is appeased, but is still suspicious of Kae- hwa and Min- woo’s relationship. Without giving away the issue of Ye- eun, Kae- hwa explains that Min- woo’s going through some difficulty that she’s helping him with. Kae- hwa gently suggests to an impatient Yura that perhaps she should try to ride this out quietly, since Min- woo will appreciate being given space. That way, he can come to her when he’s ready, and since Min- woo likes her a lot, Yura should trust in him and wait. Her fears assuaged, Yura is much friendlier now; she sees Kae- hwa’s point and decides to give it a try.
Min- woo is busy at rehearsal when he gets called in by Yoon- seok, who wants him to renew his contract. Min- woo thinks Yoon- seok has got some nerve, but the latter casually pulls out the DNA test results as a silent threat, “suggesting” that he’d better renew. Min- woo isn’t cowed and tells Yoon- seok to do as he pleases.
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In any case, he will only stay with him through the duration of his current contract, and adds that he’d prefer to end their relationship on good terms. Unable to get through to Min- woo, Yura harangues Tae- gu into calling him to the smoothie shop. Min- woo knows she must have been shocked at the press conference and apologizes for not calling her back, expecting her to be upset with him. She is, but she keeps Kae- hwa- . She tells him she’ll wait until the problem can be resolved and he can talk about it with her, hoping that easing off the pressure will earn her his appreciation. I think he is relieved, but he’s still distracted and excuses himself early, leaving Yura disappointed.
He tells Yura (who knows Yeon- hee is the girl Min- woo dated after Yura rejected him) that he couldn’t forget Yeon- hee and wanted to find her again. This, of course, does not ease Yura’s already tense nerves. At the end of the workday, the crowd is still gathered on the sidewalk outside the office, which keeps Kae- hwa from being able to leave.
She tells Shi- joon that she’s still here because she has work to do, and although he understands her real reason, he doesn’t interfere. Just then, Min- woo calls her, which piques the reporter’s interest. Naturally she doesn’t want to answer the call in front of the reporter, but there’s no way he’s going to leave with this juicy tidbit dangling in front of him — so he grabs the phone and answers. But that means that on Min- woo’s end of the line, all he can hear are sounds of struggling between a man and a woman, as Kae- hwa tries to wrest the phone back from the reporter’s grasp. Spurred into action, Min- woo drives through the crowd and parks right in front of the door. Naturally this attracts attention, and as he gets out of the car, camera flashes light up and the fans go crazy.
Kae- hwa has managed to grab her phone back, but Min- woo sees Reporter Han harassing her and shoves him aside, then leads her out of the building. His smile indicates approval at Min- woo’s gesture.
His own personal life, however, is just as troubled as Min- woo’s public one — he arrives home to find Jung- ah waiting to present him with divorce papers. He asks why she’s in such a rush; she answers that she doesn’t want to drag this out.
She requests, “Just pay me as much attention as you do your employees,” which is a veiled reference to his interest in Kae- hwa. In the car, Min- woo asks, a little anti- climactically, “So how was your day?” Kae- hwa is exasperated at his impetuous behavior and asks what he was thinking, lying that they’re dating. He says he couldn’t just let her be seen as the bad guy and points out that they can always announce later that they split amicably. He apologizes for causing her trouble, though, which mollifies her.
She’s surprised that he went to rehearsal today, and impressed with his answer that he has to work hard if he doesn’t want to be embarrassed with the musical. They pick up Ye- eun and head home, but when they pull up to the building, there are more people waiting in front. Kae- hwa urges Min- woo to go inside alone, as she and Ye- eun can spend the night in the jjimjilbang. While Episode 1 Min- woo would have taken the suggestion in a heartbeat, now he thinks for an alternative and suggests going for a drive. When Kae- hwa’s stomach grumbles, she blames it on Ye- eun (ha), but that is soon followed by the grumbling of Min- woo’s stomach, so they stop by a convenience store for cup ramyun. The cashier sneaks curious looks at her, so Kae- hwa says everyone’s been telling her she looks like Min- woo’s girlfriend.
How funny, right?