Shin Joon Young hides a secret within him throughout the entirety of the drama about having cancer. He refuses treatment for the sake of the fans and those he loves.
Noh Eul's father is killed in a hit and run and she and her younger brother have to flee to escape loan sharks. Before all this happens, Shin Joon Young, a fellow student, falls in love with Noh Eul and plays it off as some kind of joke.
Shin Joon Young lives with his mother and she has high hopes for him becoming the next great prosecutor like Choi Hyun Joon, Joon Young's father that abandoned him when his mother was pregnant with him.
Noh Eul basically struggles all her life because she is poor and has no way of fleeing from that poverty. She gets fired from her job as an undercover reporter because she takes a bribe. In her depression, she claims she can get Shin Joon Young to do a documentary video that has become a project with his company.
The reason I like this drama so much is the fact that Kim Woo Bin and Bae Suzy are perfect together. Kim Woo Bin usually plays the antagonist or bad guy in most dramas so it was a breath of fresh air to see him play a good role. I know it seems overrated but Suzy is my bias in Miss A so of course I'm going to like her, but honestly her acting was excellent, especially considering everyone was talking her down.
At first I didn't think I'd like this drama as much as I did, but it definitely grew on me. It was like a more grown up version of Boys Over Flowers, which is a drama I like but mainly because it was my first drama.
I hope you like this drama review. Sorry for the late post and sorry for the bad writing in this review. It took me 4 or 5 tries to officially finish this review and I didn't feel like it was a good review, but I finished it and I needed to get it off my plate so I can continue with my W – Two Worlds review coming soon. Also, I'm watching The Legend of the Blue Sea right now; I put a pause on The K2 because I'm not huge on political dramas but I still do want to see Yoona's great acting. I still need to watch Train to Busan as well, so look forward to those reviews coming in the next while. Thank you for supporting me and please don't forget to like, comment, and share this post all over social media. See ya in the next one.