Kang San Hyeok seems to have it all: financial success, good looks and brains, but he's haunted by an experience that leaves him unable to remember his past. Though successful in the ... See full summary »
An old murder incident involving a group who ran an illegal broadcasting station brings together different people - a mysterious errand guy "Healer" who possesses disguise and fighting ... See full summary »
Dan is a care-free angel who always gets into trouble. In order to return to heaven, he is tasked with a mission to find true love for a cold and single-minded ballerina Lee Yun Seo, but ends up falling for her himself.
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Hae Won is an ordinary woman with good character. She has played the cello since she was a child. Hae Won began her social life with her ability to play the cello, but, during that time, she was hurt emotionally by others. Due to that, Hae Won does not trust people and she has closed her heart to others. Hae Won becomes sick and tired of her life in Seoul and decides to move back to her hometown Bookhyun Village. There, Hae Won meets Eun Seop. He runs the bookshop "Goodnight Bookstore." Eun Seop's daily life is simple. He wakes up and drinks coffee, reads a book and writes on his blog. Eun Seop's daily life begins to change after he meets Hae Won. (Source: Han Cinema, AsianWiki)
I really hate the beginning 7 episodes because it was so slow with a lot of slow mo scenes and dialogues. But after that, the love theme plot thickens and the chemistry of the two was great even if Seo Kang joon barely acts, he is a naturally romantic guy. I also love the post script that when I'm reading it, it feels like I can hear him say it.
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