Choi minho and eunseo dating
Knowing that Kae-in would never let a man (let alone a stranger) be her new roommate, the straitlaced (and straight) Jin-ho pretends to be gay to get access to the house — and all the information that he's sure is hidden within.
At the same time, the DAC director (Ryu Seung-ryong), who actually is gay, finds himself attracted to Jin-ho.
Inspired by Marie Antoinette's garden, Donghyun is the youngest prince who has a whole make-believe world filled with actors to keep him entertained while his family rule the country. (I might play in this verse at some point in the future.
Minwoo is hired to play as his knight as they rescue the princess. idk yet...)With a cameo from Boyfriend (from their Witch/wolf era).
An architect who is earnestly trying to keep his small firm afloat, while getting back his late father's company from Han Chang-ryul's father.
Neat and organized, he is unable to stand Kae-in's living habits, and try to change her.
After her ex-boyfriend Han Chang-ryul dumped her for her room mate In-hee, she has a deep scar in her heart.
It offers a glimpse of the lifestyle of Joseon-era scholars by incorporating fine art, music, dance and poetry through colorful cultural programs such as a tea ceremony, ink-and-wash painting lessons, Korean musical instrument lessons and kimchi-making classes.
One of the locations frequented by the main characters is Kring art gallery, in Gangnam District, southern Seoul.
The hanok used in the drama series (called Sanggojae in the script) is actually Rakgojae, a traditional guest house in Bukchon Hanok Village, Gye-dong, Jongno District.
Meaning "a place to enjoy tradition," Rakgojae was renovated by master carpenter Chung Young-jin.