Eun-Yi works as an editor for a fashion magazine. She keeps failing in relationships with men, but doesnt get along with her colleagues. In-Ho was a promising ballet dancer.
Two years ago he lifted a female dancer, but dropped her on accident. Because of this accident the woman was unable to dance any further and, now, In-Ho wont dance with women anymore. In-Ho now hopes to become a musical choreographer. Unfortunately for In-Ho, he doesnt have a place to stay. He goes to a bar where his friend Eun-Soo works. Later that night, Eun-Soo takes In-Ho over to his older sister’s house (fashion magazine editor Eun-Yi).
When Eun-Yi arrives at her home, she walks into the bathroom and sees someone brushing her teeth. As she walks by she pats him on his rear end, assuming the guy is her younger brother Eun-Soo. When the guy turns around she shocked that it is a complete stranger. Eun-Soo then asks his older sister Eun-Yi if In-Ho can stay at her place temporarily, telling her that he’s really good with household chores. Eun-Yi disapproves of the idea, but that night Eun-Soo accepts money from In-Ho to stay at her sister’s place.
The next evening, on a rainy night, Eun-Yi walks home and finds a large blue box on front of her home. When she looks inside of the box she shocked again to see the guy the from the other day, In-Ho, sitting in the box. Ji-Eun brings sopping wet In-Ho into her apartment, while she tries to contact her younger brother. Her younger brother doesnt answer her calls. Oddly enough, In-Ho reminds Eun-Yi of her former pet dog Momo. Eun-Yi then comes up with an arrangement. She will let In-Ho stay at her apartment if he will become her pet dog named Momo.
As they become more familiar and comfortable with each other, Eun-Yi’s first love Cha Woo-Sung comes to her office looking for her.