Hyun Soo risks quitting her job to become a TV writer; Jung Seon is the owner of a Michelin Star restaurant. As the pair navigate their paths to fulfill their dreams, they discover that they will need patience, tenacity, and most importantly, hope.
(Source: SBS International)
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While it may have started off cute, sweet, and romantic, it quickly devolved into just hours of NOTHING. If you watched Doctors (same writer) and realized NOTHING really happened in that drama....this one was even worse. I love the main actress, but I hated her character in this show. Right now, having just finished it a few hours ago, I am irrationally angry with myself for not allowing myself to drop this drama earlier in the series. I am mad that I sat through 20 hours of meandering and didn't really have any satisfaction at the end.
I hated the way all the main females behaved and how they treated the men in their lives. The only decent female in the show was Soo Jung, the sommelier at Jung Seon's restaurant. Hyun Soo was a terrible character. I thought that Jung Seon had no strength. Hong Ah was a selfish brat. Kyung, while probably one of the cutest to me at first, just became irrationally stubborn in some of the later episodes. Jung Woo was just wronged by almost all of those he was closest to and treated well (save Jung Seon). The parents were not really good people. So, while the acting was decent for most of the cast....I didn't really like most of the characters.
The music was nice, so that is a plus.
I will never ever rewatch this. I could not give it zero stars.
Please do not waste your time on this mess. Not even for Kim Jae Wook's cheekbones which, quite frankly, could have been the sole reason I even finished this stupid show.
The acting was commendable and the chemistry between the leads was palpable. The second lead had just as good a chemistry with the female lead and the love between the men.....enviable. I also enjoyed the side stories of the asst. writer and director -cute and immature, but these types happen in real life. The sous chef and the other writer, to me, showed growth in their relationship. The parents are realistic in that there really are parents who act more childlike than their children, more dependent, more insecure, more afraid.
Yes there were parts that others will see as boring but it's how life is. There are times when you are searching for direction and nothing much seems to be happening. I guess i didn't get bored because I felt like I saw fragment of my reality in this drama. I will watch it again someday to savor the experience of the different temperatures of love.