Essy Moestl

I Do, I Do

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Ji-An is a successful shoes designer and a director at a high-end shoe company. Even though Ji-An is in her late 30’s, she isn’t interested in marriage. The only thing Ji-An cares about is shoes and her job. Meanwhile, 20 something year old Tae-Gang dreams of becoming rich, but for now he works with his dad making imitation high-end shoes.

While Ji-An attends her father’s 70th birthday party, she receives a phone call that something is wrong with the prep work for a fashion show. Ji-An leaves the party and rushes to the fashion show, but on her way there she runs into a motorcycle driven by Tae-Gang. They have an argument over who caused the accident, but, finally, Ji-An offers to pay for the minor damages on his motorcycle if he gives her a lift to the fashion show. Tae-Gang accepts and Ji-An makes it to the show and fixes the problem.

Afterwards, Tae-Gang takes Ji-An to the hotel where her father is having his birthday celebration. When they arrive, Ji-An discovers that her parents have already left. Tae-Gang then takes her to the Seoul Station to catch her parents before they leave. Ji-An is able catch up to her parents right before they board the train. Her father complains about Ji-An leaving early and they have an argument. After her parents leave Ji-An cries on a bench. Tae-Gang follows her to get money for his motorcycle repair.

They then begin to talk and discover that they have some things in common, like not being the greatest kids to their parents. They then go to a restaurant which Tae-Gang’s friend runs. When they are about to leave, Tae-Gang tries to put her into a taxi, but she is so drunk he can’t. The next morning they find themselves laying on a bed together. They are both freaked out. Prior to leaving, they both pretend nothing happened.

Ji-An sees a doctor. The doctor warns her that she is going to experience menopause soon. Back at work, Ji-An has trouble selling shoes because of fake products. To catch the counterfeit shoemakers, she walks around a shopping area at night. There, she runs into a guy with a bag of counterfeit shoes. She’s surprised to see that the guy is Tae-Gang.

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