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And how we used the opportunity given and make it the best out of us.
Some may said that three people dreams are cliche and probably boring, but it's the character's given opportunity and choice that started the dream.
What's worse is that she does not know when the deaths will happen, but she tries to stop her dreams from becoming reality.
One night, Hong-Joo dreams about the death of her own mother.
Ji Sung and Lee Bo Young in: Onscreen chemistry: evident but couldn’t be developed because Lee Bo Young played the crazy insane psycho second female lead and not Ji Sung’s OTP (who was played by Eugene) Offscreen chemistry: low-key Status: Still going strong after 6 years. To be honest, there are certain actors that viewers tend to ship them a lot with their co-stars, and both Kang Ji Hwan and Yoon Eun Hye are that type of actor.
Jang Dong Gun and Ko So Young in the movie Onscreen chemistry: sizzling Offscreen chemistry: very little since they rarely appeared in public together after they started dating. Lee Sang Yoon and Nam Sang Mi in Onscreen chemistry: burned a hole through my screen Offscreen chemistry: burned a hole through my screen, but likely fizzled because it was so intense Status: Teary breakup after 2 years Lee Dong Gun and Han Ji Hye in Onscreen chemistry: Soul-searching Offscreen chemistry: So in love, but couldn’t make it work. Status: Ended after 2 years, and Barbie is now married to a chaebol heir Co-stars heavily rumored to have dated but never publicly confirmed it: Lee Da Hae and Lee Dong Wook after Koala’s two real life shippy holy grails: My Geun Geun Babies FTW! There is a sizeable group that ship Eun Hye with Joo Ji Hoon back when they did co-star Park Shin Hye and think I’m some interloper by shipping him with Moon Geun Young.
On Kiss Asian, most times the comment section is literally filled with people ranting about Lee Yu Beom, haha. If anything, this show has turned me into a somewhat investigator, and I learned several things about the law. No, but jokes aside, this is a fairly good introduction to the whole idea of Law. The choice that we made may affect what we are today.
I really don't like Suzy or Jongsuk, srsly, but Nam Da Reum is convincing me to try to watch this drama... I know it's just a "drama", but at least try harder with the forensic stuffs. Of course, blood alcohol should've been one of the main evidence here but none of it was mentioned. One of the twists surprised me (towards the end) but other than that, it was mostly predictable. There was never a scene where Suzy work at the office without saying that she would leave early today because something happened. Kim So Hyun's special cameo is my favorite of all the entire episode.
I'm love his acting solo much and love how he is always so intense, even when he is just a boy ♡ For those who say no to this drama because of Suzy In the beginning I had my doubts too because i hadnt heard the best about her acting but i still watched it as soon as it came out cause I trust Lee Jong-Suk's works. And I believe the writers made Woo Tak's character really irrelevant at some parts, when in fact, this was all about the three of them and their dreams. For those saying that they will not watch this because of Suzy, please do RECONSIDER. it's sad when ifind a recent long drama with lee jong suk but then see suzy as the female lead and have to pass on the drama. I didn't found myself bored throughout the series.. I appreciate how the writer put the effort to explain every little detail in this drama.
Meanwhile, Jae-Chan (Lee Jong-Suk) is a rookie prosecutor.
He meets Yoo-Beom (Lee Sang-Yeob) at the prosecutors’ office.