Kim Hyun Joo as Park In Soon
Kim Min Joon as Yoo Sang Woo
Seo Hyo Rim as Kim Jung Ah (In Soon's sister)
Lee Wan as Jang Geun Soo
Lee In Hye as Han Jae Eun
Nah Young Hee as Lee Sun Young (In Soon's mother)
Uhm Hyo Sup as Seo Kyung Joon / Teacher Seo
Lee Hyun Joon as Seo Eun Seok (Teacher Seo's son)
Choi Il Hwa as Yoo Byung Gook (Sang Woo's father)
Kim Mi Kyung as Oh Myung Sook (Sang Woo's mother)
Park Soon Chun as Park Ok Sun (In Soon's aunt)
Cha Young Ok as Nam So Jung (Sun Young's friend)
Lee Mae Ri as Han Mi Jin
Jang Young Ran as Go Mi Hwa
Na Yoon as Song Jin Tae
Jo Duk Hyun as Go Jae Sik
Hong Yeo Jin as Nam So Jung
Kim Ji Young as In Soon's grandmother
Hong Ah Reum
This is the second time I've watched this. I've told y'all that I'm rewatching some shows that I haven't seen in a while. And luckily this is one that I haven't reviewed before. See here I go.......
This is a typical Korean drama. Story is original I will give it that. And I won't lie.......Lee Wan is the finest Korean male EVER. Let's just say that I had a Lee Wan eyecandy fest this past weekend......(Tree of Heaven, Let's Go To The Beach, and Snow White----review on this one is forthcoming).
This started out really well. The plot line, that is. Then as she became a "spokeperson", the story got really stupid and boring. Too the point that I fast forwarded through to the Lee Wan scenes. *giggles* Okay, past the idiot scenes really. There were just tooooo many things that weren't realistic. But the story based on the fact that she murdered someone and how they are treated once released....that I can believe. But they threw that part away near the middle. I couldn't take it anymore.
I didn't like they way they made Kim Min Joon character either. This charismatic actore was made into a pansy whiner. Geez, I wanted him to man-up. The teacher came across more manly. Ugh!
I will give the ending an okay. At least it was happy and smart. I really wanted something a little mushier but it sufficed.
To save this drama......they needed more Lee Wan. But then, I'm biased.
Kim Min Joon