It feels like all the second lead Sun Woo shippers in Monstar switched over to shipping him with Na Na rather than Se Yi. That works for me, though the love triangle bit was absolutely compelling. That scene in the car in episode 6 when Sun Woo revealed that he was THE Sun Woo from Se Yi’s childhood, and the way Seol Chan was floored, that was some great emotional grist to gnaw on. But if you ask me whether I prefer a love triangle to go all the way to the end when someone is bound to end up heartbroken and alone, or for it to yield to two happy ending pairings, I would always choose the latter. The more the merrier, right? And I think Na Na and Sun Woo make for quite an intriguing couple, much in the same way Seol Chan and Se Yi hit every one of my shippy buttons and then some. But for the fans of Monstar that still hold out hope for a Sun Woo-Se Yi ending, perhaps this will make your day. Ha Yeon Soo is really riding the high of her break out performance in Monstar and I’m sure she’ll be gracing the television screens in more CFs soon. For Monstar, her character has been associated with milk since episode one – after stalker Seol Chan chased her all over the neighborhood in his hare-brained attempt to return her cell phone and Sun Woo decked him for freaking her out, Sun Woo took her to a cafe and got her some warm milk to calm her down. Then in episode 3 when Seol Chan and Se Yi went to have some milk, literally after he used it as an excuse to keep hanging out with her, when she got a milk mustache and licked it, poor Seol Chan almost had conniptions with the naughty thoughts that popped into his brain. To keep this milk streak going, Ha Yeon Soo has a new milk and cheese CF coming out next week that capitalizes on her newly acquired fondness for milk. She’s paired with her Monstar second male lead Kang Ha Neul for this CF and judging from the still above there going to be a sweet kiss involved. I can’t lie and say the first thing that popped into my mind was “Where is Seol Chan?!?!” and “Noooooo, Sun Woo is stealing a kiss from Se Yi?!?!” Yong Jun Hyung is probably too busy traveling with his idol group these days and truth be told I’m cool with this actually, it’s a cheeky what-if that works because in the drama Se Yi and Sun Woo are the type of first loves that K-dramas love to build entire dramas around except this time it’s not the end game, and also because Ha Yeon Soo and Kang Ha Neul look great together. Check it out and enjoy!