A housewife who put all her hopes on her husband is abandoned by him. Her entire life is shattered to the core. Despite the betrayal of her husband and the subsequent hardships she encounters as a divorcee, she starts a Kimchi business to start anew. A success story of a housewife who overcomes her pain and anguish.
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The story: it's your typical drama plot, the only difference is that there's a lot of kimchi involved in the first third/half of the drama.
It's way too long, at one point the drama is literally dragging to the end, I finished it just because I had it in the background as I did other things. If we skipped all the unnecessary stuff it would have been a lot shorter.
The acting: The actors are good at what they do and facial expressions are the main point here, I was particularly impressed with the child's (the one that play Da-Yool) acting, for her 10/10. But again, there wasn't much variety in the acting as well as the characters don't really develop and the expressions you see in the first 10 episodes are basically gonna be it for the rest of the drama.
Music: Overused drama music and soundtracks, I gave it a higher score since I don't dislike them, but it's nothing new.
I wouldn't rewatch this drama, but if like me you like to have some background noise to which you don't particularly pay attention while doing other things then this is perfect.
Even if you miss something don't worry, half of the drama consists of flashbacks anyways.
Overall it is not a masterpiece but it's watchable, and made me crave for kimchi.
Edit/ (a little spoiler)
There's no fact check in the drama, they receive a newspaper from Italy and it's in korean, on top of that they talk about kimchi in Italy when we (yes I live in Italy) do NOT have kimchi in Italy, unless it's imported from korea and you can only find it in small asian shops.
I get that it might sound cool, but it would've been better without these kind of things.