A melodrama about a man and a woman who are each other's first loves, but get separated at childhood due to a painful family situation and meet again 12 years later. Yoon Soo Wan is legally... See full summary »
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Kang Ha-Neul ...  Park Dong-Joo (young) 20 episodes, 2014
Nam Ji-Hyun ...  Yoon Soo-Wan (young) 20 episodes, 2014
Jin-young Jung ...  Yoon Jae-Beom 20 episodes, 2014
Sang-yoon Lee ...  Park Dong-Joo 20 episodes, 2014
Hyung-jin Gong Hyung-jin Gong ...  Ki Woon-Chan 19 episodes, 2014
Ku Hye-Sun ...  Yoon Soo-Wan 19 episodes, 2014
Jyu-ni Hyun Jyu-ni Hyun ...  Cha Min-Soo 19 episodes, 2014
Ji-seok Kim ...  Kang Ji-Woon 19 episodes, 2014
Hae-hyo Kwon Hae-hyo Kwon ...  Kim Woo-Chul 19 episodes, 2014
Seung-Hyun Lee Seung-Hyun Lee ...  Teddy Seo 19 episodes, 2014
Hye-Sun Shin ...  Cha Min-Soo (young) 19 episodes, 2014
Ye-Joo Yoon Ye-Joo Yoon ...  Park Hye Joo 19 episodes, 2014
Hae-Kyun Jung ...  House Owner 11 episodes, 2014
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A melodrama about a man and a woman who are each other's first loves, but get separated at childhood due to a painful family situation and meet again 12 years later. Yoon Soo Wan is legally blind woman who gets her vision back after receiving a corneal transplantation in an operation and decides to embrace life with passion by becoming an emergency rescue worker who is known not only by the fire department, but also by the local hospital. She is a tomboyish character who still fondly remembers her first love from 12 years ago. Written by Kdrama

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Public Diary
Written by Patrick Joseph
Performed by Patrick Joseph
Courtesy of Moon King Music
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Good Doesn't Have To Be Great
9 November 2017 | by butlerwmSee all my reviews

I've watched this series twice. Originally when it first aired then again earlier this year. I enjoyed it both times. As is often the case the actors portraying the young versions of the lead characters were better than their adult counterparts. Don't misunderstand, that's not to say the adult actors were bad. Just that the teens did a very good job; especially Nam Ji-hyun's depiction of the female lead. There were times when the story seemed to struggle with how to handle the two antagonists. I suspect that comes from trying to cause the views to sympathize with those characters without agreeing with their motives or actions.

All-in-all, the series was a good watch, the suspense was well planned, and the story was enjoyable.


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5 April 2014 (South Korea) See more »

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