Genre: Romance, Mystery, Melodrama
Date Released: May 2018
KDrama: 32 Episodes
- Jang Ki Yong as Chae Do Jin / Yoon Na Moo
- Jin Ki Joo as Gil Nak Won
- `Yoon Jong Hoon as Gil Moo Won
- Heo Joon Ho as Yoon Hee Jae
- Kim Kyung Nam as Yoon Hyun Moo
- Lee Da In as Lee Yeon Ji
This is a story about Do Jin and Nak Won who are bound by a murder when they were in their teens.
Woah, Jang Ki Yong as a the lead actor. About time too. He was fresh from the drama, My Mister, where he came a sensitive performance right after wowing the viewers as Nam Gil in Go Back Couple.
The lead girl, Jin Ki Joo, is of course Hye Jin in this start of the year excellent drama, Misty.
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The drama started at the present time. Do Jin is applying to become a police officer. During the interview, we learned that he has some familiarity with police work as he had a direct experience of it when he had to testify that his own father is a psychopath, a serial killer.
At the same time, Nak Won is auditioning for a part in a drama. She was told by the director that she won’t be getting the part but he would recommend her for a another drama with a more suitable role for her ability. He then said that she looked like her mother, who was also an actress. He said he was saddened that she became a victim of a psycho-serial-killer.
The drama then take us back a few years back when Nak Won’s family, dog and all, moved to a village where Do Jin lives.
On that same day, they met and there was already an attraction in their young teen-age hearts.
There was a menacing atmosphere within Do Jin’s house, where the father, an all round tradesman, ruled the roost.
One day Nak Won’s dog got away and she had to look for him. She ended up in a basement, where Do Jin was holding a hammer over her dog inside a cage. Their surprised looks at one another was disturbed by the appearance Yoon Hee Jae, the father.
I like the pacing of this drama. It is a good thriller.
Episode 3 & 4