Kim Eun Haeng is a college graduate entering the workforce. His father made sure to give him a lucky start in life by bestowing him with a name that means money. Eun Haeng (meaning Bank in Korean), along with a young woman named Ha Cho Co who is getting ready to start a business, deal with concerns many in their 20s struggle with when they start working for the first time. The story plays out as the two meet and find out more about the financial service industry. Add Synopsis In Portuguese
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I found the story concise, I don't remember fillers that motivate me to give headbutts to the screen. I don't know how but it has everything that a long drama has, in a very basic format: a good but clumsy girl, a brilliant guy with problems, funny supporting characters (whose ends are not to be alone, happily), and a mother with high expectations . Besides the child actors who are adorable and look great on screen.
The plot doesn't demand great histrionic abilities except in Chapter 5 where you can really see the acting potential of kai, he lived up to expectations.
What I don't like:
Perhaps slightly feminist, but here Choco apparently can't succeed without the presence of any of the two male leads, and that frustrates me a little.
Finally, if you are able to spend 90 minutes of your time on something, you could watch this short drama without regrets. The story is adorable and relatively inspiring; plus you'll have the chance to see the handsome Kai on screen for more than an hour. However, if you gain a few pounds because of an endless desire to eat chocolate, don't blame me.
It's surprised me that Kai could be that way! I mean, it's his first debut acting but he shows us that he can. I feel surprise at the scene when he had argument with his mom. At first, I think he'll rigid but noooo, he's great! Since the other cast are actors so I think I only have word for Kai because it's his first acting.
The soundtrack is very very easy listening. It's very cute song and fit the drama too. But I only know CLC. Looking forward for another one (they always play it when sad scene is on). I think it's 8,0 from me.