Hong Sun Hee is a housewife who accidentlly meets her first love, Jang Dong Chul again. Now he is known as Song Jae Bin and is a famous movie star who didn't recognize her. Sun Hee's ... See full summary »
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Hong Sun Hee is a housewife who accidentlly meets her first love, Jang Dong Chul again. Now he is known as Song Jae Bin and is a famous movie star who didn't recognize her. Sun Hee's husband lands himself in jail for debts and Sun Hee appliens the weathly Dong Chul for aid. He isn't inclined to help her because she's no longer the beauty she once was but eventually she moves into her house as a housekeeper.The two bicker constantly but slowly they discover the feelings they had at 19 aren't compeletly gone. Written by Lee Joon Woo

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30 August 2008 (South Korea)  »

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A Compelling K Drama
7 September 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is a 16 episode, approximately 17 hours in length Koran drama about a 39 year old lady named Shanxi (Choi Jin-Shil) who meets up again with her very first love, the very popular actor Zaibin (Jeong Jun-Ho). Shanxi's caddish husband was put in jail for shady business dealings and is bailed out by a pretty, older lady. He tricks Shanxi into divorcing him. She ends up becoming the housekeeper to Zaibin, his agent brother who is more about expressions than words and 15 year old Xun. Shanxi has a similarly aged daughter Zhimin who, not knowing Zaibin was his mom's first love (Shanxi is the only person outside of the family who knows his real age-for the fans he shaved 7 years off his real age), is all cute and awed by him. This is primarily a drama, but there are little comic moments. Choi Jin-Shin bears the burden of her character terrificly, and this is a very watchable drama. The complaint I have is fairly minor: Bad English subtitles at times (sometimes you have no idea what the characters mean, the English translation makes little sense). However, this doesn't detract from what is an enjoyable, compelling drama about fame, love and understanding. This has less to do with the drama but it needs to be said for Chio Jin-Shil fans. This drama is sometimes a sad, ironic tale given the untimely death of Ms. Jin-Shil by her own hand on October 2, 2008. The depiction of the media, the annoyances of the ever present cameras and need to know (hence the title of the drama, an unfortunate title given the tumult of Ms. Jin-Shil's life before her death), could make you feel a little regret watching this. Don't think about that, celebrate her character and fairly impressive acting and have fun and feel its a worthy drama for your viewing. I recommend it highly.


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