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A love story between a genius patissier and a variety show writer. Lee Se Young will be playing the role of Noh Mi Rae, who is the show writer of 'Top 3 Bakery Kings' and for the show, she must cast the genius patissier, Han Do Woo. But it won't be easy as she tries any and every method to convince him to join her show.Written by
" How are you bread " had an enjoyable start, but the second part was just okay.
First of all, the drama had a nice feel to it, fluffy, feel good, cute and light (well, at least the first part). And, as it is only five episodes, the drama did a nice job with presenting the story, although they added too many plot lines to be able to complete them all properly. For example, the drama with the father and his relationship with his son, as well as the mystery with the rice secrets were rushly concluded and felt out of the blue. The drama had an odd twist to it as well, with the whole mystery and fantasy part was not that well made, probably needed more time to get properly presented. The romance didn't have time to mature either. But the competition part it was nice and the deserts looked tasty. The performances were good too, though that daughter character was a bit overdoing her mean character.
So, overall, five out of ten.
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