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 Lee Sun Yoo / ... 103 episodes, 2014
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 Jang Tae Jung 103 episodes, 2014
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 Seo Ji Hee 103 episodes, 2014
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 Seo Ji Suk 103 episodes, 2014
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a very young girls trio escapes from a convent to meet boys on a disco. A pretty young nun go after them, entered disguised at disco and when she finds the missed sheep being forced for a boy, she don't hesitates and with a jump, lands her feet over the chest of the poor boy. If i tell you the nun is So Yi Yoon, you can say so what, surely remembering ARAHAN, SHADOWLESS SWORD and so. Less usual could sounds that So Yi don't repeat neither a single kick nor a fist in the 103 chapters. Angel s Revenge instead is a tearful story, with some enjoying characters, the hated Jang Taejong, notorious villain, the grand mother Gong, the nun, Sister Maria, returning to a civil Lee Seonyu, to investigate the murder of her sister, Lee JinYU. Its a touching, sometimes painful enormous movie where almost all the stars do right, but...¿can somebody explain why So Yi begins the movie kicking fine but never ever she defends herself against the frequents attacks ? Written by mau davi

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17 April 2017 | by See all my reviews

Korean drama -Well, we've seen it all before. But how many versions of Hamlet are there. It's not the fact, there is nothing original here, but how it's done. This is done very well. I found it totally compelling from beginning to end. Yes, there are things you could baulk, the usual plot contrivances. But there are some nice touches too. I guess what's important, is that you care for the characters, and want to know what what's going to happen to them. Perhaps the idea of a pivotal character seeming to reappear was a bit too convenient, but I'll overlook it. As for the cast, the acting was average at best. That is except for Choi Jae-Won who was wonderful as the childlike Woo-Hyeon. At the other end of the scale, the most irrating character was Poong-Ho played by Lee Doll-Hyung. Well at least I found him annoying when he was crying. One thing puzzled me. There is a moment in one of the episodes where leading man what happened to her sister, and who is responsible. But later it's as if that never happened.


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