Director: Sang Woo Kim
Genre: Romantic Comedy
Though June seems to be perfectly good in her job, she’s ironically dull when it comes to love. Her lover never showed up in Hongkong where they are suppose to meet. And when she comes back from the flopped vacation engrande she never expected, she bumps into the car of the president of the company she’s working at. Perfectionist Robin Heiden (Henney) teaches June to become a girlfriend material. Yet gradually he’ll realize she teaches her only to fall for him.
At the onset of being a love guru, Robin teaches June the basics. How June respond to these is some sort of an innocent-maiden-easy-to-dump manner. As Robin leads her to the path of being a perfect girlfriend material, she’ll come to unravel his tragic past and the other side of him- a loving grandson and a soft-hearted man.
Well as some conversation are in english (thanks to Henney’s native english skills) tittering moments are drawn from June’s own english pronunciation. Catch the scene where Robin teaches her to enunciate something.
Boss falls in love with his assistant might be this movie‘s cliché, hence it is still a movie you can watch over and over. It is the story line that gives this movie a chance to viewers. 😀