It is a rare film that teaches about the importance of forgiveness without being preachy. Yet this film manages to do just that. Perhaps it is because the film doesn't actually teach forgiveness, but rather shows what the character in question actually lived through and left the audience to decide for themselves which side of the fence they would fall on.
And so kudos have to go to the actors for such an able portrayal of what their characters lived through and are living through in the film. Credit goes most especially to the actress (Lee Na-Young) who did a fine job of showing how her character journeyed to be able to reach the kind of person she becomes at the end of the film; the male lead was quite good himself.
Good acting, well articulated plot, music was good - overall: recommended.
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