A wealthy, elderly man who was born in North Korea and amassed a $100 million fortune in South Korea knows that his time is short. One day, he coincidentally learns that he had a son that he did not know of. The elderly man desperately tries to track down his son but learns that he died. However, the elderly man soon discovers that his son has a daughter who was also defected from North Korea and is currently living in South Korea. Now, the elderly man is seeking to find her whereabouts so that she can inherit his fortune. The story revolves around the long-lost family members and a South Korean man with a North Korean woman who is able to find love by overcoming their differences.
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Typically another indian drama where they had to fight in house or over money.
The stupidity level of this drama is too damn high that i regret watching this.
Even if a little good has to happen in drama they will make it so stupid that all will go over again and again... better waste your time on something else rather than this.
Thanks (no hate).
The writing is an insult to the talent cast for it and the viewers, tooThis starts with a really strong and unusual set up with excellent child actors prepping the show for success. When they become adults and the main stars take over, it's still alright for a while... then about 12 episodes in, the second lead actress (the villain) gets injured and they cast someone else and it seems like they rewrote it so suddenly she's the lead, not Lim Ji Yeon. That's where it took a really noticeable downturn. I get that they were in a hurry and needed someone who could handle a role that was aggressive and selfish and such, but it's like the contract they signed with her had some clause that she had to get at least 35 minutes of each hour on average. Maybe they started like that, but if that's the case, make the villain the lead.
The leading lady is a total doormat, something I hate because no one is going to just put up with being kicked around-they'll either run away or they'll fight back be it in a drama or real life, at least when it's to this degree of emotional abuse, manipulation, etc. Ugh. Anyway, I really don't advise anyone to watch this unless they take sick satisfaction in seeing someone trampled all over at work, by her mother in law (here, it's tradition for the daughter in law to do the prepping of all 100 cabbages for kimchi making!) who still after marriage wanted to split them up, even... The two leads aren't fighting a good fight; they're being trampled all over and assaulted left and right. The scenes with sentimental connections between the grandfather and his blood granddaughter he is unaware of are really endearing; the good characters had so much potential, but what writer has a 40-50ish year old somewhat sickly mom, her daughter, and her sick grandson from a son who died sent off to a hostess bar? What hostess bar would have them let a little boy cough all night in a dressing room for hostesses? Shipping them off, abduction, wrecking their product when her own company was going to sell them... it's just so over the top, all the worst ideas you can ever envision someone doing to someone else, that I find it not only really awful to expose a viewer to but just unforgivable, especially if we're ever supposed to understand and reconcile our bitter feelings about the villainess.
Just trash. It's called Blow Breeze because it BLOWS. Hard.