There is our "heroine" Na Ae-Ra (Lee Min-jung), the sly lady, and within the first 5 minutes, she decides to get married (instead of trying to suceed herself) and attaches herself artfully to about the first guy that becomes available. This is Cha Jung-Woo (Joo Sang-wook) who seems to have the time of his life portraying a super-nerd. He is kind, probably very smart, and a total dork. He is absolutely defenseless against this man-snatcher and whoops, they're married. It's a lovey-dovey, sugar-sweet, and incredibly silly relationship, in which he cuts her meat (oh my god) and they do arm-hearts in the morning when he leaves for work. She is totally happy, because all she ever wanted was to be a full-time housewife.
Rich women are after him (of course!), especially one - he gives her 10 minutes and then throws her out. I am in love already. And all the Infinite fangirls will drop dead because his secretary? It's L. He cannot act at all, but who cares! Anyway, we learn just how deeply she hurt him when she turned her back on him. It seems 16 episodes may be too short to fix this!
She feels totally cheated, of course, because she got zero point zero out of the divorce. She decides to be part of a TV show called "Cunning Single Lady" and it's a match making show for divorced people. It's hilarious. And oh so cheeeeesy. One man bites ... he's a dermatologist. Good-looking, kind ... a good catch, it seems!
At Jung-woo's company, trouble is brewing ... people around him get cold feet because he doesn't want to switch to a paid service (he owns the most successful social networking service. Hi there, Korean Zuckerberg!). There is one woman in particular who is quite fierce (Kim Kyu-ri as Kook Yeo-Jin) ... she is a business partner, but I'm sure she wouldn't mind business in some other departments either. She seems to be a spoilt brat with an awful father.
I usually need more than one episode to know whether I like something or not, but I can say this: I like the premise of this show. Sure, as a feminist, I could be appalled ... the main lead is a woman who wanted nothing more in her life than to get married to a man who would care for her and pay for her. As soon as things got difficult, she left him - and now, she is getting punished for it. The question is how this drama will treat him and his character. I expect both of them will have to change until they can get together again. It's hard to say what his deal is - we haven't seen too much of his "new" self to be able to tell - but I am sure that the nerd-dork is still there. Well hidden underneath that perfect exterior.