Dating now korean drama review
At night, when they slept in a hotel, Soo-ji promised that she would send him 1000 letters, daily, during his entire term in the army, by presenting a red card with the number "1000" drawn on a red heart.
Ho-Jae, Ho-Jung's brother, is a player, who has good physical features.
She is an idealistic, warm-hearted young girl who persists in loving not wisely but too well.
Her family consists of her overbearing mother (prickly Young-ae Kim), the primary breadwinner in the family who drives a taxi, her gentle, hen-pecked father (played with sympathetic warmth by Ji-hee Han), wise maternal grandmother, and younger brother Ho-jae (the wonderful Sang Woo Kwon) who is an immature charmer primarily interested in finding a rich girlfriend to support him.
Especially KSW and SJS, who are two of my favorite actors. They will make up only for the last 5 seconds of the drama.
Featuring early career performances of two of my favorite South Korean actors – Ji-sub So and Sang Woo Kwon – the charming drama We Are Dating Now (2002) is a delightful change of pace from the more melodramatic series that I generally gravitate toward.