Kang Hyun Se (Kim Jae Won) grew up without knowing his father. Due to the lack of fatherly love, he was recruited by a gang and became a third rate mobster. After his mother's death, he inherits a kindergarten, but he must go through a hundred days of training in order to get it, so he becomes an assistant teacher under a kindergarten teacher, Yoo Mi Rae (Han Ji Min), and they develop romantic feelings for one another. However, the kindergarten property sits in the middle of a proposed amusement park development, called "Rainbow Park". Hyun Se's boss (Son Byung Ho) needs the money from the construction company so he is manipulating Hyun Se's hatred towards his father and threatens Hyun Se's father with the kindergarten Hyun Se has. Little does Hyun Se know that Choi Shi Wan (one of the managers who work for Hyun Se's father), who is the ex-boyfriend of Yoo Mi Rae, struck a dirty deal with Hyun Se's boss and is trying to outscore everyone.
Produced by the same production team as My Girl and Delightful Girl Choon Hyang.
Cast & Credits
Story- I liked that the episodes went by fast. With that being said, the story at first is fun when it focused on the development of the main character from a gangster into a teacher. Then towards the second half it’s all about the fight over the kindergarten. This is where it started to lose my attention. Towards the last couple episodes I just had them playing in the background while doing other things. I did like the romance but it really was only a small part of the story. I liked the love triangle of the side teachers & the gangster boss. It has a sweet ending=)
Acting/ Cast- KJW & HJM were perfect as always. They had a good chemistry. I liked most of the supporting cast. The 4 main child actors were sooo cute and their characters were so funny!
Music- The type you’d find in an older drama. It fit the scenes well enough but I didn’t like it.
Rewatch- I liked the characters so I’d watch this again but not for a really long time cause the story wasn’t that memorable.
Overall Great Inheritance is really only a must see if you’re a fan of the leads.