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I’ve seen many kdrama’s since, and nothing has come close to it’s quality. Would highly recommended this totally underrated drama. The scene in the store cafe where Eun-ho is yelling at Dong-Jin to have a meal was priceless, along with pretty much every other scene as well. Came here since rite now watching GWS in new series, Muhan character reminds me of Dongjin. Kong Hyung Jin is such a great actor. Would like to see him more. Loved his character in I Love You as well. I felt bad about the ending. The sister should have had happiness too. I really hoped the ceremony would not happen but it did.
There are many subtle details, a little abstract. It isn’t very dramatic for a drama, but all the dialogues are so interesting. Dong Jin, Eun Ho, Jun Pyo and Ji Ho was brilliant. It was a weird relationship from the beginning. They meet each other after their separation like nothing happened! All the casts were great in their roles. It was depressing and yet at the same time satisfying. I will recommend it if you like normal human drama category. WARNING: Don’t read further if you have yet to watch this drama:- Although it was human drama with concepts of real life like situations, still they are making marriage and divorce like a child’s play.
I hate the fact when Ji-ho tries to keep Dong Jin and Eun-ho together even after Dong Jin got remarried to Yu-kyung and lies about Eun-ho’s suicidal note. I think it was very selfish of her. Why Dong Jin and Eun-ho got separated in the first place? Well i think it was an ok experience for me to watch such drama. In the end everyone has their own taste so there is a possibility that you may like this drama. No screeching chaebols, evil gangsters or familiar tropes. Be aware the superb actors and the screenplay take their TIME, employ silent acting to convey emotions and turning points, so that I was invested in the characters at the culminating point of the drama.
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