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06-18-2013 10:58 PM
The ingredients in the plot have a lot of cliches but the flow of the story works well overall. The first two episodes are a bit slow, but it picks up quickly in episode three and I was hooked. It made me laugh hard many times and it's intriguing enough, so I would recommend watching it. But it's not a show that's worth re-watching like "1st Shop of Coffee Prince".
09-14-2009 10:36 AM
I love this series, roller kind of emotions... I really adore Kim Rae Won... the entirety of the story are really so good, no dull moments...
worth to watch... highly recommended!
01-12-2008 07:14 AM
but not really nice in acting...
07-01-2007 04:07 AM
I like this series! I admire the lead actress for portraying two different roles. Kim Rae Won is just so good too. He can be funny and serious yet still looking good.
06-27-2007 10:20 PM
I love this series. I loved Kim Rae Won on this series. His English is still so bad, like in Love Story in Harvard but his acting here is way better. Jung was also very good and she had the innocence and the sweetness of a simple, good hearted country girl down to pat...The two lead actors had great chemistry together.I recommend this to people who want a nice good story with just a little drama.
03-26-2007 02:22 AM
I like this series. The theme of lookalike sisters, lost at birth (or young age) and love triangles, tragedy is not new nor very interesting but Kim Rae Won and Jung were good. She was so cute especially when in the last episode she asked Kim to cancel what he said about breaking up. When he replied what if he did'nt want to, she kissed him and he softens and they hug. It was so spontaneous. It's a pity no one is discussing it in the forum....
01-22-2007 12:00 AM
Actually, I found this drama one of the better ones that Korea has to offer. I watched this after Attic Cat and My Love Patzzi and I find this one of Kim Rae Won's better series- both plot and character wise. There are many Laugh-Out-Loud moments as well as some heartwretching melodrama in the middle, all tied up with an decent ending (for me anyway). Like Bridget, I was much impressed with Jung Ryeo Won's portrayal of the sisters... I had first seen her in Kim Sam Soon and liked the series so much that I was initially put off from watching this drama because Jung was one of the leads. However, after a slow start (2-3 episodes) you really begin to like Bok Shi and it's a pretty compelling and watchable from there on.
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