The drama tells the story of a single mother and a man, who just woke up, with amnesia. Hawick plays a man, who had just awaken from a 6-years-long coma, has no memory of who he is but only with a memory of Yan Song being his wife. Yan Song, though, insist she has never seen that man in her life! Their encounter spins into a pure love that is filled withmany questions, seeking answers that leads to the exposure of terrible secrets...
Cast & Credits
- So, let's start off with the storyline of this whole thing. I liked the idea that the writers were trying to get at, but they might have tried a little too hard to pull the rug from underneath me. If you enjoy plot twists, then this is a drama worth watching.
-The actors & actress really did it for me this time around; the characters were well played and they seemed able to achieve what the writers were aiming for. The problem was that I felt very little chemistry between the 2 main characters... it's hard to explain, but in the scenes with these 2, I just saw them more as good friends.
-The music, I think, really added the appropriate atmosphere to the scenes and are good songs alone.
-Would I rewatch this drama? The answer most likely is no. I tend not to rewatch long dramas like these just because I feel like once is enough to understand the story and move on.
Decent drama, and worth watching I would say.
There were no chemistry between Hawick and Yan Song. It was like pulling teeth out of her to get some kind of an emotion. She's like a robot. There were only a few scenes that you can see some potential from her. Hawick seemed to have carried the weight of this drama. I like the supporting cast members. The boy was too cute. Loved his awesome curly hair. The designer couple was great. They made the scenes with Yan Song bearable. Not sure what Yan Song's frenemy's role was in here. Was she an nemesis or a friend. I liked how they killed off Hawick's rivalry.
I would not recommend this to anyone. Bad bad bad....unless you wanna see Hawick's handsome face.