A young boy, whose life and family has been destroyed by new media, gets adopted by a family in a rural area after being found lost at sea. He tries to conceal his past for everyone's sake ...
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A young boy, whose life and family has been destroyed by new media, gets adopted by a family in a rural area after being found lost at sea. He tries to conceal his past for everyone's sake for 13 years. But when the girl he loves enters the world of news reporting, the truth about his family pours out. However, the girl's mother (being a news reporter) seem to be the cause of the plight of his family.
Jong-Suk Lee and Young-Kwang Lee previously starred together in Hot Young Bloods (2014) where they played rivals. See more »
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Pinocchio Cannot Tell a Lie
I'm fairly new to personally following K Dramas, though I've been exposed to them for about ten years now. Park Shin-Hye has been in many other dramas, but in this one she is so very likable. I find it amazing when actors can plan characters over long stretches of time and that is exactly what Park Shin-Hye and Lee Jong-Suk are able to do believably. I'm in the middle of the serial but was compelled to write a review in support of this drama. VERY likable and realistic characters. Minor characters, too, are well-played. I'm enjoying the show and can honestly say that it is worth a watch. The relationship between Choi In Ha (Lee Jong-Suk) and In Ha (Park Shin-Hye) is long-term and complicated. It's fun to watch the transition from adolescence to adulthood. Even those early years with Park Jong-Suk and his wig are entertaining. I give this drama seven stars because there is always room for improvement. But I'm loving it.
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