Brought together by fate, a woman who seems to have everything and a young man who seems to have nothing decides to give up an ordinary life to be together.
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Series cast summary:
Park Bo-Gum ...  Kim Jin-hyeok 16 episodes, 2018-2019
Song Hye-Kyo ...  Cha Soo-hyun 16 episodes, 2018-2019
Sun-Young Kwak ...  Jang Mi Jin 16 episodes, 2018-2019
Seung-jo Jang ...  Jung Woo Suk 15 episodes, 2018-2019
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Cha Soo Hyun is the daughter of a politician who lives a life where she is unable to choose her own path. After graduating from college, she entered into a loveless marriage with the son of a wealthy conglomerate, a marriage only beneficial to her politician father. She then gets divorced. Her life is changed further when she meets simple and kind Kim Jin Hyuk. Kim Jin Hyuk is ordinary and innocent, a young man who enjoys life and finds happiness in the smaller things. He works various part-time jobs to earn a living, but is looking for a regular job. One day, he decides to take a trip abroad, where he meets Cha Soo Hyun.

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Drama | Romance

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Connections

Remade as Encounter (2021) See more »

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Always Be With You
Performed by Baek Ah Yeon
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Park Go Bum's smile will draw you in
9 December 2018 | by droche-49966See all my reviews

Like many of the recent Korean dramas, the story really starts off in a foreign location, Cuba. The series has wonderfully captured the charm of Havana with its beautiful cinematography and music. Park Go Bum, expert traveler and amateur photographer comes to the aide of a hotel CEO who has lived a life dictated by others up to this point. Despite her reserve, his warmth draws her in and she allows herself one evening to really live. Fade away and they are next in Seoul where she is the CEO and he is a newbie employee. The friendship continues to grow despite her desire to keep him at length. No wonder. Who can resist his smile? You can't help but hope that there is a happy ending despite their differences in social class or wealth or age.


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South Korea

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28 November 2018 (South Korea) See more »

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Namjachingoo See more »

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