Sweet and easygoing Eun Ho grew up in a normal middle-class household with a strict and traditional father. Willful plastic surgeon Ki Baek was born into a wealthy family, and has the ego to match his income. Their two worlds collide quite literally when they meet through a paragliding accident. It's a classic case of opposites attract as they fight, falter, and fall in love, but their incompatible families are determined to break them forever. Edit Translation
- Bahasa Indonesia
Cast & Credits
Story: This was the area I had the most problem with. At first, I was led to believe this story was about the the 2 younger leads as i read the summary and watched the first bit. I mean the two did fight, falter and fall in love (like in the summary), in a really cute way. So I thought the movie would focus on their relationship. However, the movie oddly transitioned into being about the respective parents overcoming their personal issues to let their children be together. Then the scenes with the two younger leads became awkwardly placed and filmed. Even though they were supposedly in love, there was little physical attraction (the look more like best friends)and the "falter" part consisted of about 5 lines from the girl.
Acting/Cast: all the actors did a fine job of portraying their characters.
Music: i didnt notice the music, but it did not distract me from watching the film.
Rewatch value: If i was extremely bored I MIGHT watch this again. Just because the parents are kind of funny :P
For a romcom, it sure was light on the humour. Mom's tendency to lace her speech with hilarious sounding, heavily accented broken English did produce a few chuckles but that's about it.
It isn't that it was a horrible story or that the acting, though nothing spectacular, was bad. It's just that nothing about it really stands out. The story has been done to death, the acting is acceptable but under the radar, no good kisses or noteworthy physical interaction between the leads (they are supposedly in love but tend to sit miles a part from each other), no eye candy, no good soundtrack.
Of all the movies out there to watch there's no real incentive to pick this one. You've seen it before, and nothing new or fresh happens to warrant a second viewing. Just the same old trope. But if you have 1.5 hr to waste go ahead and give it a go, if you insist.