Entertainment mogul Sa Hee Moon (Kim Su Ro) runs top talent agency "Star Music."
Oh Goo Joo (Park Ye Jin) is a former music producer who quit the business after the death of one of her clients. One day, Oh Goo Joo runs into Lee Yoo Jin (Ji Hyun Woo). Lee Yoo Jin was a former client of "Star Music" but was kicked out after years of training. Goo Joo believes YooJin has star potential and helps produce new idol band "Mr. Children" featuring Yoo Jin on lead vocals. As the group grows in popularity, Sa Hee Moon from "Star Music" works to sabotage the groups chances for success.
Cast & Credits
2-Storyline/Plot : As the title say; this is an idol film about kpop groups and the struggle they have to go through in order to move from scratch to the top.
There were many good hard working moments and a very boring romance.
Overall, it wasn't that interesting or that boring.
3-Acting/Cast : Okay let me say this: I really dislike Park Ye Jin no matter what type of character she leads; here she was good as an actress but the character was annoyingly stiff.
On the other hand, I liked Ji Hyun Woo as an actor but he wasn't that special as a character.
Other actors and characters were really good especially the boys from the group.
4-Music : The strength point of this film was the music; "Summer Dream" was a great song that I still remember till now.
5-Rewatch value : It could've be rewatchable for some people who deeply fell for it.
6-The ending : It wasn't a bad ending but it was really predictable and cliche.
7-Overall : This film had too much potential to make it perfect as an idol story but the writers took the wrong turn while delivering it; it wasn't bad but I still feel like there's something missing.
P.S : If you're idol dramas/films lover than you may actually love this.
It can seem the most ordinary 'follow your dream' plot, but it's not, it somehow made me wonder 'Hey, these 4 guys are grown up people and more or less are on their own feet in this world (not in music industry), how come they still want to dance, jump on the stage and compete with youngsters?' And then, while watching the parts when they were visiting hospitals and schools... it hit me... why not? Is there a childish dream in the world? (look who's talking...haha~) Seeing their passion and strive for their dream, made my eyes tear...
Music is very sweet and heartwarming, very fitting to the mood of the movie, both songs "Summer Dream" and "Unfinished Song" (especially the latter) are brilliant songs.
All through the movie, I was thinking: "I like this, though it's a little simple, maybe 7... yes, 7"... then the last scene bought me wholly... The sweetest scene EVER! You should watch to be able to understand my unstopping tears at that moment...