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Won Bin is the reason to watch this piece of garbage...
Are all Korean dramas like this? Melodramatic, predictable, horribly written and acted by the main characters? After watching "All About Eve", I decided not to prejudge all Korean dramas but "Autumn Fairy Tale" is plain stupid! Every scene (or nearly every scene) was shot too long, long enough to make you uninterested in the point of the scene by the time it's finished. The plot is overused among Korean dramas but the way a drama is shot and done can turn rubbish into a masterpiece. Sadly, "Autumn Fairy Tale" didn't do that. The acting was pretty good when you think about the parents and the kids but the two main characters, especially the girl, were just so horrible that it was funny. The girl doesn't fit the description of an actress, she's green and she isn't able to capture the attention of audiences. In other words, she doesn't have any presence. The BEST thing/person about "Autumn Fairy Tale" is Won Bin, whose character was made out to be less important than the two main characters. Not only is Won Bin amazingly handsome, his ability to BE the character he's playing is amazing. He not only acted better than the main character played by the other guy, he got more attention. Won Bin has screen presence to boot. When him and the girl is sharing a scene together, the girl seems wooden-like, a mere prop while Won Bin comes across so alive and passionate.
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