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Parts of it that make it all hang together really disturb me. For instance, the younger man also is interested in the lead lady. But that isn't kosher-she is married. Where I come from that is grounds for gun fire. What troubles me is the writer posing that as just a way to make the story work instead of a serious problem the young jerk has.
I stopped watching today when I realized two things: The writer is faced with two problems. First, the starman cannot get the girl because he lives forever, she doesn't and she cannot travel with him and secondly a so-far useless character was introduced (the guy who proposed to the female lead). I think this guy was introduced to give the female lead a fall back position while the male lead goes dancing among the stars for another 400 years. All of this means an unhappy ending rivaling Fashion ... Anyways, I hope I am wrong, wrong and will pick it back up at the ending.
Two comments about translation: the title, "Pretty Man" in English could only refer to a gay person and the expression "seduced" doesn't mean the same thing in both Korean and English. In English, it means one sex conquers the other including to bed them.