Summary: Jang Jae Yul, a famous novelist and radio DJ who’s sufferring from a personality disorder meets Ji Hae Soo, a psychiatrist. The 2 had to live together with other 2 guys in a house which is owned by Jang Jae Yul. For Ji Hae Soo, falling in love with someone who can be her patient was the biggest challenge. Helped by other professional psychiatrist friends, the 2 will have a chance to pursuit a normal relationship.
Genre: Melodrama, Romantic Comedy, Medical, Psychological
Stars: Jo In Sung as Jang Jae Yul
Gong Hyo Jin as Ji Hae Soo
Lee Kwang Soo as Park Soo Kwang
Sung Dong Il as Jo Dong Min
Likes: The drama has a serious medical topic but done greatly to appeal to viewers who are into romance. In other words, medical-romance combined nicely topped with 2 of the best actors in Korea.
Jo In Sung and Gong Hyo Gin’s dramas are always to watch for. They seem to be very skilled in choosing dramas where they truly shine and this is one example of that.
Jo In Sung – remains one the sexiest korean actor for me. His sleek, tall figure; pretty face and excellent acting makes him one.
Gong Hyo Gin – this lady though not the prettiest has the charisma on screen. She’ll make you love her.
For those who want to have a good cry, this one’s for you. Great drama moments thanks to the leads.
Presence of good comical reliefs makes the drama light and bearable.
Happy ending for everyone!
Dislikes: There were just moments when it was making me so sad. Not much of a crying-drama person.
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Summary: Oh Soo, a notorious gambler is in big trouble and in order to save himself from the gangster boss and raise money to pay his debt, he’s posing as the long lost brother of a blind heiress whose name was also Oh Soo.
Genre: Melodrama, Romance, Chaebol, Rich Girl Poor Boy
Stars: Jo In Sung as Oh Soo
Song Hye Kyo as Oh Young
Kim Bum as Park Jin Sung
Jung Eun Ji as Moon Hee Sun
Likes: I didn’t have high expectations but after a few episodes, I got hooked! It has a very common story but I think what made it really addictive is the chemistry between the leads and their best acting talents in a melodrama. I just couldn’t wait what happens next to the two characters so 16 episodes was a swift!
Every episode has a great cliffhanger! Watch and you’ll know what I mean!
Love the OST! I specially love the background music which is being played when everything gets exciting.
Filled with lots of picture perfect scenes which make the whole drama so beautiful! My favorite is when Oh Soo brought Oh Young to the top of a snowy mountain and let her hear the nature’s bells. So touching! I thought I’m gonna fall in love with Oh Soo right at that moment :).
Jo In Sung – I love him in this drama! I was rooting he’d do a great job after watching Frozen Flower (must watch)!
Song Hye Kyo – girl, you didn’t age a bit! She still has a gorgeous face since Full House!
Great to see Kim Bum again and surprised he can really act ;)!
My favorite characters would be Secretary Wang – couldn’t hate her for what she did and of course Moo Chul – I’ll give him the best Hyung award :)!
I was ready for a very sad ending but still hoped for a happy one. I’m glad this drama granted me my wish! So yes, I love the ending! I watched the last episode over and over again, lol!
Dislikes: Lots of heartaches of course but glad I was in shape to take them all :).
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