Lovelorn Kim Hyeon-gon (Song Sae-byeok), who has fallen for coffee shop worker Seon-ah (Ryu Hyun-kyung), learns about Cyrano Agency, a small organization set up by theatre actor Lee Byeong-hoon (Uhm Tae-woong) that claims 100% success in making people fall in love.
Kim signs on, and the Cyrano team — Byeong-hoon's one-time drama student Min-yeong (Park Shin-hye), plus older Cheol-bin (Park Chul-min) and younger Jae-pil (Jeon Ah-min) — set to work, constructing elaborate scenarios in which Seon-ah is the unwitting target and feeding lines to Hyeon-gon through an earpiece.
The operation is a success, but Cyrano Agency needs more clients as its finances are perilous.
Produced by Myung Films and distributed by Lotte Entertainment, the film was released on September 16, 2010 and ran for 121 minutes.
Since each case aims to jump start relationships read more for supporting characters (often depicted by famous guest stars), various romances are sketched out.
Each of them appears to pay homage to a romance type common in dramas (mystery, melodrama, teen, etc).
She seeks the help of Cha Ki Dae (Daniel Choi), a relationship expert.
But can he reform her choices and give her hope for finding a nice, dependable guy?