In the sequel to the 2001 Korean drama My Sassy Girl, Shangzhen (Lynn Xiong-Ip Man) saves a suicidal Jianyu (Leon Jay Williams) after he has broken up with his girlfriend and instead ... See full summary »
Jae-Kyung (Hyun-Bin ) is a tough guy, who is a high school senior,If he turns 19 years means, he could be a millionaire by inheriting his deceased grandfather's wealth. Unfortunately his ... See full summary »
Kim Do-hyun (Jang Hyuk), smart and ambitious lawyer, was in relationship with Lee Jung-yeon (Lee Min-jung). The peaceful relationship soon ran into problem when Do-hyun was lured into the world of hedge fund and money greed.
Gyun-Woo (Cha Tae-Hyun), who can't forget the sassy girl, meets his first love (Victoria). He fell in love with her when they were in elementary school. At the time, other kids teased her ... See full summary »
An up-righteous police officer with a wife and son gets involved with a conspiracy after he arrested a murderer by chance. His weakness was his son needed an operation to treat his legs. Which path to choose? Righteousness or conspiracy?
This 11-part drama takes scenes of the original Korean "My Sassy Girl (2001)", and then adds many more interesting characters and amazing plot twists. It is very touching and very funny.
The only reason that I can't give a 10/10 for it is that, starting at the 8th episode, the English subtitles are almost incomprehensible. Before that, the subtitles are very clear and helpful, even explaining subtle points of Japanese cultural references. From the 8th episode on, it looks like the English subtitles were translated from the Chinese ones, since the characters' names become the Chinese equivalents of the Japanese names, by someone who didn't know English very well.
Despite this flaw, watching this drama was lots of fun!
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