You Are Too Much

You Are Too Much (2017)

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A pop singer who’s been beloved by the public for twenty years, with an elegant and confident outer image, hides her loneliness and pain, after having left behind a young son in order to pursue her career in her early days. She achieved the success she’d sought, but it left a hole in her heart.

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    당신은 너무합니다

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Mar 6, 2017
  • Overall 9.5
  • Story 9.0
  • Acting/Cast 10
  • Music 9.0
  • Rewatch Value 10
I like the first 2 episodes and the acting skills for me is very excellent. This is the first time i saw Ku Hye Sun dancing and she's very cute and intelligent actress.
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Both are Makjang Dramas. Both have a wealthy family that is tied to a poor family. Both have a main character that deals well with a disability and plays piano. In Can You Hear My Heart it is Deafness and in You Are Too Much it is Blindness.
You Are Too Much will be 50 episodes and is categorized as Drama, Family, Music - Music business is featured
Can You Hear MY Heart is 30 episodes and categorized as Family, Melodrama, Romance. - Romance is featured
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    I finally watched the last episode.
    I can't really complain because it is not like you can expect fabulous writing in these types of dramas. Totally makajang. It has a heroine for you to root for and a villian for you to hate. It has an sweet and handsome second lead and a couple of lovable side characters. It is a melodrama so it has a good bit of craziness, a few deaths, and a couple of wonderful turns of luck. I only wish the character growth had been a bit more gradual. I really wonder what it would have been like with the original actress playing the lead role. The right kind of chemistry can make a bad script seem like a mediocre one and a mediocre one seem good...

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      tatka 4 days ago - edited

      Would you recommend this drama if I enjoy makjang or is it bad even for this kind of dramas? The rating is so low…
      Is the ending satisfying?

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      I don't think it was terrible, but I would recommend a lot of other dramas before I recommended this one. It is a lot like a day time soap opera. If you are looking for some melodrama try New Tales Of A Modern Gisaeng instead.

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      tatka 4 days ago

      Thanks a lot for the reply! It's just that I couldn't get into any of the dramas that ended recently (dropped a lot) and waiting for airing dramas is a torture for me, so I'm on the lookout for anything that may get me interested…

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      kdramasinpajamas 4 days ago

      I totally understand. Let me know if you need another recommendation :)

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      tatka 4 days ago

      thank you ᵔᴥᵔ

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    Dalia 9 days ago

    Sad Love by Eru was the only thing that I really enjoyed in this drama.

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    abcameo 23 days ago
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    abcameo Aug 5, 2017

    Almost every single character in this drama is "Too Much!" It's so over-the-top, it's fun and campy!

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    scarleT Jul 22, 2017 - edited

    To say this drama is so extra is an understatement. I've been skipping through this series for the last 30 episodes and literally... this has turned to be so... trashy. I hate to say it, but aside from the absurdity (the point of the drama?), this could have taken a whole different angle and tone, but it just... dives off the deep end... way too far. I guess makjang's are really not for me lmao.

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      kdramasinpajamas Jul 27, 2017

      Yep. Look out for dramas described as "melodrama", there are often makjang elements. I wouldn't write them off altogether, though. In the future, if you are mad at an ex or your boss, watching a related makjang drama may help you release your anger. There is often sweet revenge for the innocents(if there are any) in these kinds of dramas.

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      scarleT Jul 27, 2017

      I think a good cathartic drama can be really stress relieving. I've watched a few revenge-related dramas and it's honestly the best. But this doesn't even have a saving grace. I'm sorry, but it's just... so unbearable to watch.

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      kdramasinpajamas Jul 27, 2017 - edited

      I really don't understand people who keep watching dramas that they are not enjoying. If it is not my cup of tea, I usually know in the first 5 minutes. I have dropped plenty, 5 minutes in. If a drama gets slow for me, I give it 1 more week to pick back up or I drop it. I do know some people that will watch all the way through, even if they hate it.... just to add it to their finished list. I say, good for you, for dropping it! There are so many great ones to out there, why waste time on one you don't love. I would be happy to look at your list and make a recommendation based on your taste. Makjang melodramas are definitely an acquired taste. I love how ridiculous they are. For me, that is the appeal.

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      scarleT Jul 27, 2017

      I totally know what you mean! I spent quite a bit of time 'hating,' on myself for ignoring a few dramas I really wanted to drop because they didn't appeal to me. Now, I'm past that point. If I'm not feeling it, I drop it. The one's I rated the lowest are the one's I barely finished. So good on you too! I think I'll definitely do that more often! Aw that would be awesome! I'm pretty much all over the page, but anything goes!! I've only watched a few melo's (or dramas with melo aspects), so if you have any recommendations that would be great!!

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      Debra Jul 30, 2017

      I agree with all of this-- there are dramas that are heavily anticipated that I also have looked forward to watching (especially when a favorite actor is in it) and it's pure drudgery for me. Or the plot gets so complicated and convoluted (some detective or political dramas) that I can't follow it. So I don't watch it or I drop it. Some I know I might be in the mood for another time. I haven't watched to many makjangs but they are fun, fun! I remember when i watched my first Korean drama (this might sound really odd), but I hadn't cried for a long time prior to that, and the drama allowed me to feel a LOT of emotion and it was so cathartic to cry or to laugh like that. I still appreciate that about them sometimes so much.

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    Debra Jul 4, 2017 - edited

    Is anyone still watching this? I am, and actually have no idea why I find it so addictive in a sleazy way ;-). It's SO over the top that it is almost funny... and there are times when it is moving, but usually it is like being on an overly dramatic melo rollocoaster where everyone is screaming and laughing at the same time! I have never taken to the replacement, but at least as things are ramping up for the last 20 episodes, there is a bit more intensity and interaction between all the characters. I guess I would refer to this as my guilty pleasure and wonder if anyone else is still having fun with it!

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      MPH Aug 24, 2017

      Wow that's very kind of you! 너무 너무 감사해요 *deep bow*

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      Debra Aug 24, 2017

      No Korean here but you are very welcome. :-). First time I have been bowed to.... formally.

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      MPH Aug 24, 2017

      Neomu neomu kamsahaeyo, many many thanks ^_^ you deserve the bow for going the extra mile :)

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      Debra Aug 24, 2017

      Neomu chamanheyo...

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    Joyce Jun 20, 2017

    I am really hating Haedang's character... no backbone at all!!! G.R.R.R!!!!

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    Neel1902 Jun 20, 2017

    The plot changes too much. every episode you get a shock what will hapen now. and every character from Park famiy is pathetic.

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    Yana Jun 8, 2017

    I can't stand the change. This role was meant for someone like Gu Hye Seon. Jang Hee Jin is lifeless.

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    soojungstrash Jun 7, 2017

    I really like it now ep 04

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    sekar May 23, 2017

    I really like this drama at first. I think Hae Dang will be a tough and strong woman with heart unlike Yoo Ji Na, pursue her dream becoming a singer for supporting her family no matter what. But till now almost half of episodes, Hae Dang still be a pathetic woman, I just can't stand!!

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    kdramasinpajamas May 17, 2017 - edited

    Thoughts on Episode 20 - I am frustrated that Hae dang never seems to notice her boyfriends reactions whenever she talks about Yoo Gi Na. I know it is a cheesy melodrama and that is just what they are like, but sheesh, she doesn't have blind fold on. The man is visibly tearing up. - I don't have any complaints about the new lead actress, but I do think there is a lack of chemistry. I really find myself wondering what the on screen chemistry would be like with Gu Hye Seon in some the scenes Hae dang interacts with her boss and her boyfriend.

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      Debra Jun 4, 2017

      Yup- no chemistry at all. And I do not like how she interprets the character either. Not a fan! I think Gu Hye Seon would have had much more energy and less meekness - even though there are times she stands up for herself, it is usually only with Yoo Gi Na privately.

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    MPH May 9, 2017

    They really work hard on the "melodrama" part of this drama. I'm dropping this after 17 episodes.

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    SaiGeethika May 8, 2017

    not a clear story line
    making me confuse seeing after every episode

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    kdramasinpajamas May 3, 2017

    I love Lee Kyung Soo but the high water pants with white socks just reminds me too much of Micheal Jackson. It is distracting.


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    South Korea
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    Mar 4, 2017 to Aug 20, 2017
  • Aired On:

    Saturday, Sunday
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  • Duration:

    1 hr. 7 min.


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    6.6 (scored by 103 users)
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