Falling for innocence (2015) 為純情著迷
Genre: Romance, Comedy, Fantasy, Mystery
Enjoyment: 9/10 Pace: 8/10 No. of times I watched it: 1
starring Jung Kyung Ho as Kang Min Ho, Lee Tae Woo as Kang Min Ho (young), Kim So Yun as Kim Soon Jung, Jung Da Bin as Kim Soon Jung (young), Yoon Hyun Min as Joon Hee, Jin Goo as Ma Dong Wook (Soon Jung`s fiance), Choi Soo Han as Ma Dong Wook (young).
Plot: The sudden death of Kang Min Ho’s (Jung Kyung Ho) father led to his uncle taking over the company. His mother who suddenly becomes a widow and loses the company committed suicide, leaving Min Ho to fend for himself in the world. Although he inherits his father’s heart disease, he is fortunate to find a suitable heart and undergoes a heart transplant surgery just before his predicted death. However, his personality changes due to cellular memory syndrome as a result. He begins to have warm feelings and falls in love with Kim Soon Jung (Kim So Yun) who is a secretary. He then realizes the true meaning of love and happiness.
Zoom into characters: Min Ho does many cruel things just so as to get revenge on his uncle. He is about to succeed but was told that he only had one month left. As Soon Jung offended him once and her father betrayed his father, she treats Soon Jung badly and tries all means to hurt her feelings. Soon Jung’s life is at her peak and she is about to get married with Dong Wook, a persistent and honest police/detective. They may be a poor couple but they are happy. However, Dong Wook’s death turned Soon Jung’s life upside down. Dong Wook’s heart starts to beat within Min Ho instead which leads to many confusion and new found love. Min Ho who wanted to make the company bankrupt has conflicted feelings as he would be destroying what his father (who remains in his memory as too idealistic) built up.
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