Review Korean television series Personal taste 2010 Furniture designer Park Kae-in (Son Ye-jin) is kind, impulsive, clumsy, and is a complete slob in her personal habits.
She lives in Sanggojae (meaning “a place for mutual love”), a modernized
hanok (traditional Korean house) designed by her father, a famous and
reclusive architecture professor (Kang Shin-il).
As an independent furniture designer, she struggles to produce successful products and is constantly trying to impress her father with her works.
Her long-time boyfriend, Han Chang-ryul (Kim Ji-seok), breaks up with her,
the reason being Kae-in is an easy woman and a pushover.
Despite being upset, Kae-in attends the wedding of her friend and roommate, Kim In-hee (Wang Ji-hye), only to discover that she is marrying Chang-ryul;
and that the two had been seeing each other behind her back for a while.
After she finally comes face-to-face with them, the wedding ceremony turns chaotic
and is cancelled. Kae-in is heartbroken and determined to never take a chance on love again.
Meanwhile, to keep his small firm afloat, architect Jeon Jin-ho (Lee Min-ho)
is desperately trying to win a project bid for the Dam Art Center against
Future Construction, the company owned and operated by Chang-ryul’s father (Ahn Suk-hwan).
Chang-ryul’s father was originally an employee under Jin-ho’s father, who stole the latter’s company.
In order to win the project of Dam Arts Center, Jin-ho has to find a way to dig
up more information about the tentative theme of project: Sanggojae, which has
never been opened to the public.