I completely love Park Gyu Younger and I used to be so pleased she was starring in a present. My favourite supporting function of hers was in The Third Appeal when she performed On Ri On and I used to be ready for her to be a star in her personal present. She has this straightforward and basic magnificence. This present was actually cute and the set was rather well made. Her character within the present is superior. She is a book-smart lady who is very educated and all the time is aware of what to say and calm individuals down.
The 2 foremost characters are Kim Dali (Park Gyu Younger) and Jin Moo Hak (Kim Min Jae). Dali is effectively educated in fantastic artwork. Her father was the proprietor of the Chung Younger Artwork Gallery, which is located on extremely sought-after land for actual property builders. I like that they made her character type and never the standard nasty wealthy lady. She can also be just a little naïve and thinks the very best of everybody. When her father handed and she or he misplaced all the things, she tried to cover it from everybody. I didn’t perceive this at first however apparently, this occurs fairly a bit to individuals who lose their fortune in Korea. There’s a deep disgrace that comes with it.
Dali’s coiffure is a bit distinctive, I feel it was styled this approach to appear like Salvador Dalí’s mustache. She has an unimaginable sense of favor and all the time appears good. She all the time is aware of tips on how to keep elegant and preserve calm.
Moo Hak can also be from a well-off household of pork bone soup empire, Dondon FB, however he’s the precise reverse from Dali. He’s blunt, flashy, and hot-tempered. I don’t assume I’ve seen Kim Min Jae play such a character. He was the stoic Nurse Park in Dr. Romantic, an angsty teen in My Second 20s, and the goofy pal in Tempted. I like how they made his character completely different from different wealthy guys. He’s loud, attire very flashy, and overtly admits to loving cash. He’s all the time subdued when he’s round Dali and it’s apparent that he likes her.
These two oddball wealthy children cross paths by way of a set of misunderstandings and circumstances. The present begins with the homicide of Dali’s father and there are a number of suspects who might have accomplished it. There’s a energy battle over the land of the artwork gallery between Century run by Jang Tae Jin (Kwon Yul), Dondon FB the corporate run by Moo Hak’s household, and an Assemblyman Ahn Sang Tae (Park Sang Myun). Issues get messy as they battle over the land that the Dali’s artwork gallery is sitting on.
I loved this present. It was cute and the story was good. The set design and colour schemes have been nice and the music added to the cuteness.
The principle villains have been near residence like Dali’s ex-fiance Tae Jin, her cousin Si Hyung (Lee Jae Woo), Moo Hak’s stepbrother, Ki Cheol (Lee Je Yun). I’m undecided if I can actually think about Ki Cheol a villain. He was making an attempt to win his stepfather’s affection. There was respectable chemistry between the female and male lead they usually appeared actually cute collectively.
Park Gyu Younger who performed Dali was superior on this. She performed the function completely and she or he is actually a gifted actress. The way in which she is ready to convey switches in her feelings so subtly was good. Her character was principally calm with none enormous swings in her feelings. I feel solely essentially the most proficient actors can convey refined feelings and make the viewers really feel what they’re feeling. She didn’t must cry or throw a match to indicate that she was upset.
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The principle factor I hated concerning the present was how Moo Hak and Tae Jin have been always making an attempt to regulate Dali. Dali owed Moo Hak cash that her father borrowed from him and Tae Jin was benefiting from the truth that she was broke. They each saved Dali at the hours of darkness about all the things that was occurring and she or he might have simply been a assist to them. Was it actually an equal relationship between Dali and Moo Hak? It exhibits they don’t respect her and neither of them deserves to essentially
Why the hell was Moo Hak’s father blaming Dali for Moo Hak getting stabbed??? It was clearly his incompetent stepson’s fault which he later admitted however why does he not need them so far? I didn’t perceive why. His clarification didn’t make sense.
Received Tak (Hwang Hee) was an ideal character and I used to be so glad that they didn’t create some silly brother-sister love sub-plot with him and Dali. Throughout interviews, Hwang Hee is all the time soft-spoken and comes off as a bit shy however possibly that’s the picture he’s making an attempt to painting. Who actually is aware of. He was loud and hot-tempered and in addition extraordinarily loyal to Dali and her father.