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I Do, I Do
8 people found this review helpful

by Melwill28

Jul 29, 2012
16 of 16 episodes seen
Overall 8.0
Story 8.0
Acting/Cast 8.0
Music 8.0
Rewatch Value 7.0
This is one of those "feel good" drama's. It is just what u would expect from the beginning to the end. The fact that every1 is happy at the end is like totally expected. I enjoyed this drama even though it is not like a personal fave b/c there r several other drama's that I have watched that rank so much higher. But, I can tell you I will watch more of Kim Sun Ah. I enjoyed her acting. She gave off the exact vibe a person would have if they were alone & the difficult transition to being part of a family that she didn't plan. She made her character seem real to me. The fact that she only showed emotion to the 1 person that made her feel out of her comfort zone is exactly how I would see this going in reality. I knew that she had feelings for both male leads b/c of this. Both made her feel uncomfortable & they were elements in her life that she could not control. Lee Jang Woo's character was just too cute. Even when he was serial it was still cute. I will be looking in to more of his work also. He rly surprised me. He not only had a comedic side, but a serial side to him as well. He did a good job in balancing these parts of Park Tae Kang's personality. I think that most ppl will like this drama b/c it leaves u w/ a good feeling of "all is right in the world." But, I am sure there r some that will not like this drama b/c it doesn't pull ppl in like other drama's this season. Even so, It is a good solid drama; that I will recommend to other drama addicts to give a try.
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