Warm and Cozy

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Yeay love this drama. For me it’s a light drama, not that complicated or sad stories. We can enjoy the beautiful sceneries of Jeju Island. Beach, skies, and even the environment are so good.

The storyline is okay and nothing much to complain. I really enjoy it. Nice directing and this drama has solid romance. As expected from Hong Sisters. You know they succeed with You’re Beautiful, The Greatest Love, and The Master’s Sun.

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What to do! This drama is really really impressive. One of the drama that I was not interested in at first but after watching episode 1 and 2, I had absolutely fallen in love with this drama. In my opinion, Misaeng is typical drama of tvN that shows us more about reality.

A drama about work life. About how newbies survive, the relationship at the office between the employees, how to works with different kinds of colleagues and stick with idealism, how to be a good leader, etc. The story is about us. No love story and lovey dovey here. That makes this drama is real close to us workers. When you’re watching it, Ah… been there done that.

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Na-mi is the new girl at school who just moved from the countryside. Whenever she’s nervous she can’t control her accent and one day one she is laughed at by the school bullies. Just then, a group of girls jump in to help. They are Chun-hwa, the most righteous girl in Jindeok Girl’s High, unattractive Jang-mi who is obsessed with big eyes, Jin-hee the cursing queen, literature-loving girl Geum-ok and her monstrous powers, peculiar Bok-hee, who dreams of winning the beauty pageant, and cold, arrogant Suji. Na-mi joins them to form group ‘SUNNY’, promising each other they will stay together forever.

But a sudden accident tears them apart. 25 years later, married and living with a fine husband and a beautiful daughter, Na-mi still feels something lacks from her life. One day, she runs into Chun-hwa and feeling joy from the encounter she decides to find other members of SUNNY too. Stepping out of everyday life devoted to her family, Na-mi begins her search of friends from the past, and remembering the dazzling friendship of the time she finds herself at the happiest moment of her life. (source: hancinema)

Just watched it yesterday, and really want to watch it again. Though the plot a little bit ‘absurd’, we can still understand the fast changes between the ‘past’ and the ‘present situation.

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