Min Su saved Gi Tae's life 13 years ago. In return, Gi Tae's wealthy father hired Min Su to keep Gi Tae out of trouble. Min Su is extremely loyal to Gi Tae, but Gi Tae is a spoiled playboy. Yeon Ju works in a cosmetic factory with Jung Ae. One night, Min Su and Gi Tae meet Yeon Ju and Jung Ae at a nightclub and they try to impress each other by telling lies, which they later regret.
Cast & Credits
Kim Hee Sun and Ahn Jae Wook have great chemistry (I need to check out their previous drama together 'Sunflower' now ^^ hehe). I enjoyed their scenes together, they were entertaining at times, romantic at times and painfully sad at times :'( Min Su (AJW) works for Ki Tae whom he saved from being kidnapped 13yrs ago - Ki Tae says Min Su is his friend - but he treats him more like a slave than a friend (a friend would never do the things Ki Tae does to Min Su...ever.) Min Su knows this but puts up with it b/c his job is ok and he gets paid well - but when he meets Yeon Ju (KHS) he starts getting tired of how Ki Tae has been treating him. As the description says he meets Yeon Ju and her friend Jung Ae at a club where they lie to each other (which they later regret). I liked Min Su, Yeon Ju, Jung Ae (once she started acting more mature) and Hee Jung (Ki Tae's sister) Lee Tae Ran plays Hee Jung and she's so young and pretty on here ^^ (yes I'm a fan) luckily she's nothing like her brother on this drama who I will describe as a despicable scumbag. No HJ is nice, kind and bold (I liked that I could like her character on this drama). I will be following more of KHS' dramas in the future too (she too is really pretty in this drama).
Music: All classic stuff, I liked it but my two favorites were: 'Last Promise' by Choi Jae Hoon and 'Sad Fate' by Choi Jae Hoon & Choi Won Suk ^^ - Other songs: 'Doesn't Matter Now' by Oh Se Hyung, 'Confession' by Oh Se Hyung & Choi Jae Hoon, 'To Me' by Jang Hyun Chul, & 'Goodbye My Love' Epilogue by Ahn Jae Wook :)
I probably won't re-watch this b/c sad melo's are something I can usually only watch once.
I would recommend this to anyone who likes classic old dramas and or are a fan of sad melodramas.