Lee byung hun and choi ji woo dating
Old-school, classic kdrama of the romantic, melodramatic variety, circa 2001.
Although not quite as wildly popular as Winter Sonata or Autumn In My Heart, Beautiful Days is actually a pretty good watch when you’re in the mood for retro melo. Plus, our male lead is a very smoldery Lee Byung Hun oozing oodles of machismo.
Pretty much any drama trope that you can name, you’ll find within the first 2 episodes.
In the first episode alone, there is murder, childhood crossing of paths, a car accident, a lost sister, a couple of dead parents & a dead grandmother, step-sibling hatred and a good dose of family politics.
This is a definitely worth a watch but don't expect it to be anything to the tune of "My sassy girl" which in my opinion is the best romantic movie to come out of Korea in recent times.
This one however has very good acting from LEE and CHOI with good support from rest of the cast.
I especially enjoyed the first Version I purchased back in 2010.
Yon-soo moves into their house to be a teacher to Min-ji and Min-chul will help Sen-a achieve her dream of becoming a singer.
A complex drama unfolds, and Min-chul and Sun-jae both fall for Yon-soo.
They both fall for Seunghee, the beautiful but lethal profiling ...
See full summary » Amid national chaos and fear for his life, tyrannical King Gwanghae orders his trusted councilor Heo Kyun to find a royal body double.
This is by no means a lewd flick and has a lot of class in the field of direction and acting.