Nestled deep in the heart of Seoul's thriving downtown sits a curious hotel, the like of which no one has ever seen before. Old beyond measure, the building has stood for millennia, an ever-present testament to the fact that things are not always what they seem. Running this hotel is Jang Man Wol, a greedy, suspicious soul who has spent the past thousand years acting as the establishment's CEO. Cursed for a sin she can no longer remember committing, Man Wol is doomed to spend all of the eternity running this odd establishment, catering to the needs of a most peculiar clientele. Her only hope of escape is to find someone who has committed a worse sin than her own but after a thousand years, she's beginning to lose hope. However, things take an interesting turn when Goo Chan Seong shows up. Once the youngest assistant manager ever to work at a multinational hotel corporation, Chan Seong finds himself forced to manage the Hotel del Luna because of a deal his father made with Man Wol ...Written by
I've seen probably 50 or 60 K-Dramas, and this ranks as second only to Goblin on my list. So many are good, but this is something special. I cried about 30 different times while watching. The emotions are deep and strong and real. I will definitely be watching it more than once. The two leads are beautiful and their relationship fraught with uncertainties. It covers a thousand years and so many good-byes and bittersweet reunions. It transcends death itself. Don't miss this jewel.
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