The ride to pick Kang Gun Woo the orchestra killer from the airport proves to be a difficult one. This man is a fastidious pain in the neck. He doesn’t want to live in a hotel because hotels don’t permit dogs. He doesn’t want to live in a normal houses because he can’t concentrate there. He wants a nice little maison with a park to walk his dog, two bathrooms, one for him one for his dog. No plastic bins to wash the dog, because it’s allergic to plastic… Etc, etc, etc. Du Ru Mi made a face, yet his domineering, almost formidable presence makes it impossible for her to yell at him to suck it up(, which she should have done).
10 years ago, Kang Gun Woo the conductor walked out of a concert nine minutes before the performance, refusing to conduct the symphony because the orchestra was, in his opinion, unfit to play Brahms’ piece.
10 years later, Kang Gun Woo the policeman drove one car into the butt of another to move the two cars out of a third’s way to the hospital in a symphony of the near-labor woman’s wailing, two men’s bickering, and the sound of classical music.
Stay tuned for some (Neo)classicism and love triangle on Sep 10th!
Oh, let the Nodame comparison begin like wild fire, however different the two dramas may be.
PPS: If you like the music, you can get it here. 🙂