The drama begins in 1988 and focuses on the life of Kang Man Ho, a stuntman in his early 30s who has a one night stand with a pianist, Lee Hyun Jae. Man Ho soon has to learn how to take care of his son and become a father who makes sacrifices for his son.
In Fathers House Choi Min-soo in his acting return gave it is all, but we should not leave out young rising actor Kim Soo-hyun, who had recently drew buzz for his performance playing Go Soo's younger character in Will It Snow For Christmas, And Sam Dong in Dream High. Their performance is just out heartbreaking and so strong-felt, there's no doubt that when watching this drama that is about a man(Choi Min-Soo) who has a one-night stand with a woman (Moon Jung-hee).Who because he has to serves some time in prison leaves her alone, it isn't until he is released that he realizes he has become a father; the mother has dropped off the boy with his closest relations (a man who is like a father figure to Choi character) and headed back home to the U.S. We are then taking through a series of event that show us how he becomes a loving father who is able to sacrifice anything for his song. The best thing to do while watching this is to have a great box of tissues ready, because you will be move once more has Choi shows that he's indeed a disgusting good actor who when he's ready to move you does it to the core.
Nice story. Have not found a korea movie to make me cry much aside from Miracle in cell no 7, maybe becuase Koreans are really better in a longer plot, so this short drama a little longer than a movie moves me. I watched it only becuase of KSH but I've enjoyed it from the beginning shed couple of tears. Main leads all did Great acting. Highly recommended.