Today, Xenews will show Her Lovely Heels Review! Are you excited and expected to this interesting drama? Get ready with us!
Her Lovely Heels (2014) could be a short and sweet romantic drama of ten episodes that only last about fifteen to 25 minutes each.
I wanted to test it out for the fresh-faced young actor I had enjoyed in Beloved (2012), Jong Hyun Hong. Such an honest actor! he’s going places within the industry. This role here in Her Lovely Heels wasn’t as demanding as that one, but he was still good in it. He has good acting instincts. His actress was from Kara: Secret Love (2014), Han Seung-Yeon. She is nice and appealing too. Her character Shin Ji Hoo is getting over an old love and a broken heart and is slow to trust men again, and so she meets a brand new love named Oh Tae Soo while she’s fitting pretty high heels in an upper-end shop — he’s the shoe salesman!
They are interested in one another immediately but attempt to suppress it. Then they find themselves both acting at identical company publically relations jobs. He tries hard to not fall for her but finally ends up doing it anyway, goaded on by his male friends. “Do you would like to be lonely all of your life?” they ask him. “I don’t need a lady to own a satisfying life” he gruffly responds, but right along you recognize he feels something lacking in his life and he needs a decent woman to like. after they are attending business meetings together within the beginning of the show he keeps sneaking looks at her, and she or he toward him. Even he can’t ignore the chemistry between them for very long and one thing results in another and they are hooked on one another.
The show does have the everyday K-drama cliches: she loses a heel and falls and he runs to assist her and sparks fly between them. Fix the boo scenes (I always taunt those: “here comes another one!”). Piggyback rides, back hugs, love rivalries, work intrigue, animosity initially hiding secret romantic attraction, watching the honey while they’re sleeping, etc. The charm results when the ice melts between them and that they truly fall taken with and commit. You even get a rare bed scene, breaking all standard rules of K-dramas to not show them! Amazing. It’s worn out nearly as good taste as possible if you get what I mean. 😉
Nice background music and background images of Seoul help this romance drama stand out a small amount from some others of its genre. It’s professionally done, not amateurish. It feels contemporary, not old-fashioned.
Check it out some time once you want something simply relaxing and sweet to observe, and if you actually like this actor as I do then don’t miss him in Beloved. it is a rather more heavy-duty script and covers over just a straightforward romance. Her Lovely Heels is more personality-driven than plot-driven. Sometimes I’m within the mood for that, and other times I prefer a more intriguing storyline. I rate this a B-. It’s nice enough to not represent the C category. LOL. If it is your cup of tea, enjoy it.