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Impressed with Ho-jung’s spirit and strong character, she promises to keep away from any man that Ho-jung likes in exchange for winning her friendship.After the Jae-young debacle (which disappoints Su-ji also, because she was able to vicariously love him too through her friend’s involvement with him), Ho-jung falls for another young man whose feelings for her are suspect.Once she is able to extricate herself from his irrational attentions, she is drawn to an older man who owns a nightclub.
Instead of falling for Kyo-in, the boy next door, Ho-jung embarks on a series of disappointing and usually one-sided romances.
Its leading actress, Rim Chae, was already familiar to me as the ‘good girl’ lead in All About Eve, and in We Are Dating Now she is even more endearing -- like a Korean Sandra Dee. Unlike other dramas I’ve watched, We Are Dating Now has a very simple plotline.
It is not so much what happens in the story, but more what happens to the characters we are introduced to.
Her family consists of her overbearing mother (prickly Young-ae Kim), the primary breadwinner in the family who drives a taxi, her gentle, hen-pecked father (played with sympathetic warmth by Ji-hee Han), wise maternal grandmother, and younger brother Ho-jae (the wonderful Sang Woo Kwon) who is an immature charmer primarily interested in finding a rich girlfriend to support him.
Ho-jung has a best friend who is as close to her as a sister.