While working as a marketing intern at the Levan Art Museum, Cha In Young may not be living the dream life, but she’s certainly on her way to making her long-term dreams come true. At least that was what she thought until Yoo Chan Hee, her boyfriend of eight years, suddenly announced that he was going abroad to pursue his own dreams and then proceeded to dump her. Now on her own, In Young has decided to swear off men and marriage and focus solely on herself and her career. Unfortunately, picking up the pieces of your broken life isn’t easy, especially not once you realize you’ve been trapped in a shady real estate scam. Now faced with the possibility of losing her home, In Young has no idea what it is she’s going to do next. At the end of her rope, In Young is willing to take drastic measures, in order to keep her home which is why she agrees to fake a relationship with one of her college juniors, Do Yoon Soo. An art management major who has only recently returned to classes, Yoon Soo has a complicated relationship with his sunbae. But when they both find themselves in need of financial support, he agrees to “marry” In Young to receive the government aid available to newlyweds. (Source: Viki) Edit Translation
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Cast & Credits
Although the clear intention of wanting to showcase something emotional and deep, a story that perhaps adults can relate to more was there, personally, this drama came off as vague. It lacked Playlist's usual "sparkle", that element of endearment that leaves you sad that the series is over, that makes you want more, that leaves you... attached.
The characters (all very gorgeous) had empty-like personalities, built around in a very basic way around the relationships each of them carried out. It seems that to be more mature, the writers sacrificed their characters, making them one dimensional. The story was okay, put as dramatic as they could in 12 episodes, and the performances, especially Soo Min's, were great, although I did wish that Geon Won wasn't pouting 90% of the time.
One thing I must praise is the choice of osts (sung by Rothy and Park Won) and the incredible quality of their filming. It helped paint and shape the scenes a lot more. The art within the drama was also beautiful.
Overall, Ending Again isn't exactly bad, but for someone that has seen many dramas from the same team, it's a bit disappointing.
This one was a short but sweet watch. Both the male lead and female lead are lovable characters I could really support and ship together. The one thing that bugged me was the crappy reason behind the male lead's actions, but I guess it was needed as a plot driver :( This is just my selfish shipping getting in the way of an objective commentary for plot line lol. If only we had a season 2 to see more cute fluff.