Kim Hee Ae dances to Gloria Gaynor's "I will Survive" in Second to Last Love
In new romance comedy drama Second to Last Love, Kang Min Joo (Kim Hee Ae) has devoted much of her life to work and yearns for something more in her personal life. Things start to change when she accidentally finds a cottage for rent and moves into the countryside. What surprises are waiting for her?
SPOILER ALERT: The scene we'll discuss occurs in episode 2, in case you haven't watched this fun romcom yet.
What do you do when you move into a new place?
After some cleaning, Min Joo (Kim Hee Ae) decides to take a break. She sits down to start some music. (What will she play? The viewer might ask.)
It turns out that she turns on a famous American song, I will Survive, and starts dancing to it with some great moves.
To watch the scene, start at 27:05 in episode 2.
Due to copyright concerns, we can't excerpt a clip for you, but you can listen to the original hit song, sung by the great American singer Gloria Gaynor:
While Min Joo is strutting around stretching her limbs, someone is watching her without her knowing. Who is that?
One nice benefit to living in the cottage is that she now lives next to a bakery run by a hottie named Park Jun Woo (played by Kwak Si Yang from Mirror of the Witch), who makes gourmet desserts with a smile.
It is Jun Woo who is now taking a look and perhaps showing interest, because he is presenting her with a beautiful cake as a welcome present.
Is this turning into a delicious noona romance?
(I'd be happy to get up and exercise, right now, if I can be assured that someone like Jun Woo will show up!)
But wait, we know that Go Sang Sik (Ji Jin Hee) also lives next door, unbeknownst to Min Joo at this point, and it'll be hilarious when they run into each other, because they already butt heads many times for work.
Sang Sik is a perfectionist government employee who hasn't seen eye to eye with Min Joo's TV drama producer. How will they turn a bickering relationship into sparks for chemistry?
Life is definitely not boring in the countryside.
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