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Due to a mistake in heaven, an attorney, Yeon-Woo (Uhm Jung-Hwa), dies. Before she is able to return to her normal self, she must live as an ordinary housewife for a month. She begins her temporary new life with her new husband, Sung-Hwan (Song Seung-Heon) and daughter, Ha-Neul (Seo Shin-Ae). Written by
This plot device has been done many times before. You know, where a characters goes into a alternate dimension or to the past or the future or, take possession of another person's body or appearance and makes a difference in the people's life. And it also changes the protagonist view point during that process. Yes, it's been done so many times in movies before. This is a passable movie, but it just doesn't stand out much at all when it comes to these types of genre. It's like they copied a bunch of scenarios from other movies that deals with this similar situation and just combined few of them. It's actually quite obvious the Director copied few elements from the movie "The Adjustment Bureau" as well. Well at least emulated it. There isn't anything really all that bad about this movie. And I did like the message about family, although some may agree and some won't. Considering the marriage rate in Korea and japan right now. So yeah, it's a passable movie but it's also so so darn average to the point it's easily forgettable.
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