Jang Sa-ya is a girl that has grown up living in a secluded temple in the countryside. She meets and helps Park Jae-woo when he passes out in a forest nearby. He hands her a card saying he would repay her if she ever goes to Seoul. As Sa-ya continues to develop a curiosity of the world and wants to escape her "monk" life, her constant effort finally reaches an agreement with her guardian at the monastery. Her guardian tells her she has a father in Seoul, thus starting her venture to find her father. Along the way she meets some unfortunate events, and while searching for her father, Jae-woo soon falls for her. Add Synopsis In Portuguese
Cast & Credits
Story- Your average family drama. It wasn't as funny as I thought it was going to be. The plot was very good but there were too many episodes. It really doesnt start to get good till 15 episodes in. The ending was welcomed although the way they wrote the romance between Lee Min Jung's character and the second brother was a little rushed so thier ending was kind of like "Say what?" Thier characters were underused and their romance could have filled up more space and made the story more interesting.
Acting/Cast- Very good acting by the main characters of course but I did find thier pairing a bit strange. I mean JSW is more than 10 yrs older than PSH. The supporting cast all filled their roles well. As I said though LMJ was quite underused and I thought her character was cute/funny.
Music- Average OST; nothing memorable but fit the scenes well.
Rewatch- Its rewatchable but because the story is so average I'm not sure Id watch this again or not.
Overall Kimcheed Radishes is very good but would have been much more enjoyable if cut by 14 episodes. Id say watch for the leads.
The big secret is what drives the plot along, but there are some secondary plots and romance that help round it all out. I probably would not watch again, but mainly for the length and age of the drama.