The story of the teenage girl Oh Ji Na, who get a note which can be used to take revenge on others by typing in their names. It involves handsome twin brothers Robin and Jay, the neighbors and good friends of Oh Ji Na. They are caught up in a love triangle with her. Robin is a rebellious teen whereas Jay is a model student and these two brothers have a secret that no one knows of. Oh Ji Na has a sister, Oh Sa Na, who gets involved with the twin brothers by falling in love with them at first sight.
The series focuses on the troubles these young teens faced with, their character development, and how they deal with those issues, by also learning life lessons. The protagonist Oh Ji Na also finds her true love along her life journey.
Cast & Credits
This drama started well, but there were so many things that after a few episodes I forgot what this drama is about, because the Revenge Note appeared sometimes and briefly.
Acting was not terrible, but it was not very good either. There were some really nice scenes that I liked, but I think that only "a few" - it is not enough
The music was good for me, it didn't spoil the climate of the scene and could even emphasize it a bit.
I liked the last episodes the most, the action became more interesting and was about what it should be. Of course there were side stories, but together with the main story I think that they created a quite coherent whole.
While the first season dealt with some issues that are not often talked about (like mental illness), this season had more common issues. However, they once again did a great job of dealing with the issue of bullying in various forms and I think that is important because in real life, not all bullying looks the same and it doesn't just happen to the "outcasts." I also really liked that they touched on things from the first season and at least started to tie up some of the questions that were left at the end of season one.
The acting is on par with what you'd expect of a show like this. The actors and actresses do a very good job. This is not a show that is meant to be high drama, it's meant to be light fare and it succeeds. Samuel, Ahn Seo Hyun, and Ji Min Hyuk are great in their roles and are fun to watch. Their friends are also a delight with special notice of Lee Ji Hyun who plays Ha Rok Hee to perfection!
The music goes well with the show, though it doesn't really stand out much.
I very much enjoyed this series and I'll probably rewatch it again at least in part.