To his father's disapproval, Tan invites Eun Sang as his date to his 18th birthday party. Ki Ae moves in with Eun Sang's mother who is coaxed into approving Tan dating her daughter. Young Do locates ...
Tan and Won's stepmother gathers her allies to vote their father out of the company. To gain a vote for his father, Won chooses an arranged marriage with one of the major shareholders' daughter over ...
Cha Eun Sang and her disabled mother both have to work hard, humiliating jobs, in order to support her older sister who's at university in America. Cha Eun Sang can't wait for her sister, who's her idol, to come back to Korea, and start earning money, so she can stop washing dishes and get a degree herself. However one day, Cha Eun Sang learns that her sister is about to get married, and realizes she'll never return to Korea, so she'll forever have to wash dishes. She resolves to go to America as well, and get better life. However, what she finds in America is far worse than she could ever imagine. Her sister is not only not getting married, but is also not at university, and is earning money working as a waitress, and maybe some shadier side jobs as well. After her sister notices her, they have a fight, she takes all of Cha Eun Sang's money and runs off, leaving her to cry and gather her broken dreams of the pavement. This entire exchange is observed by mysterious Kim Tan, who has ...Written by
So if you are watching a KDrama and expect it to be mind bending, without cliche's and tropes, you shouldn't be watching this. If you do like your KDramas, you should be used to tropes and clichés and enjoy the sheer beauty of watching old fashioned, sweet melodrama with familiar characters. Heirs is no different. Beautifully shot, with fantastic actors, a detailed story and characters, it is a satisfying drama that made me really enjoy my time getting to know their story. And yes, would love to see Choi Young Du get his own story!
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