Cyrano agency the dating guru review
Dating Agency: Cyrano is charming, cute, breezy, refreshing, sweet, warm and has an indie vibe to it.This has become my favorite drama of the year or at least one of them.Cyrano Dating Agency shut its doors for good this week, leaving me feeling a little bit empty.Cyrano has been far from a drama masterpiece, which is fine by me.The revolving door of clients felt like endless possibilities.The assembled family of the Cyrano Agency were engaging enough for me to want to keep watching.
However even after the poor plot turns towards the end of Cyrano I am still convinced I could watch this show weekly for the next three years. It is hard to ignore the plot heavy dramas of the last few months and point out a happy go lucky show that gave viewers two episodes of light heartedness a week. While not a rom-com masterpiece the drama knew how to bring the cute while never leaving the romance behind. The out of place kidnapping-bomb plot The reason I like Cyrano is largely a product of the lighthearted plot- the sudden dramatics at the end of the series was disappointing. I loved their interactions: be it the bickering or the romantic tension and eye locks, I enjoyed every bit of it.I liked that despite not being the main centre of attention in terms of love line (as there were different cases to fulfill that), we were always aware of their growing attraction.I also found it cute how our other two agency members played cupid for the OTP in their own adorable ways.
The other thing I liked was that the agency always left room for natural elements and feelings as well even when it orchestrated the set-up to help their clients.I never finished an episode of this show and felt like I had a whole lot to think about; almost like a variety program I just ended the show with a smile and a happy feeling for what would come next week. I would have been happier with some cute fluff, especially in the game for Min Young’s heart. w=551" class="alignnone size-full wp-image-4242" alt="cad 8" src="https://loreinstonecities.files.wordpress.com/2013/07/cad-8.jpg? Cyrano reminded me of 2008’s dating agency rom-com Love & Marriage; which is another beyond cute drama that had me giggling and feeling like I could float off on a cloud. The kidnapping plot, with the possibility of devastating violence, seemed way out of place for this show. w=300" data-large-file="https://loreinstonecities.files.wordpress.com/2013/07/cad-8.jpg? w=551" srcset="https://loreinstonecities.files.wordpress.com/2013/07/cad-8.jpg? w=551 551w, https://loreinstonecities.files.wordpress.com/2013/07/cad-8.jpg? w=150 150w, https://loreinstonecities.files.wordpress.com/2013/07/cad-8.jpg? w=300 300w, https://loreinstonecities.files.wordpress.com/2013/07/cad-8.jpg? w=768 768w, https://loreinstonecities.files.wordpress.com/2013/07/cad-8800w" sizes="(max-width: 551px) 100vw, 551px" / In my opinion this was the weakest spot in an otherwise awesome series, a series that executed what it set out to do. He loves to stay in his emotional comfort zone but reluctantly starts falling in love.