If We Were A Season Review and Watch Online

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Today, Xenews will show If We Were A Season Review! Are you excited and expected to this interesting drama? Get ready with us!

When I am in-between longer Korean drama series, I often wish to take a look at the K-drama Specials that feature popular or up-and-coming stars, most of whom I’ve seen in other works and grown keen on overtime. Such was the case with this one-hour drama special from 2017, If We Were A Season, featuring two young actors I’ve admired within the past, Chae Soo Bin (I’m Not A Robot) and Jang Dong Yoon (Solomon’s Perjury). They touched my heart here, too, similar to all told their other works. It’s amazing what number of fantastic young actors Asian country can boast of; they little question has the simplest child and teenage actors within the entire world. Specifically, Dong Yoon wowed me in Solomon’s Perjury and in my opinion gave the simplest performance in it, making me bust persistently, and that I vowed to trace down other performances of his to admire. this can be only 1 of them.

The Story of If We Were A Season

Two high school students born on an identical day are basically raised together as brother and sister because they’re next-door neighbors and their parents are friendly. In flashbacks we see them playing together as babies and youngsters, but by the time they’re in high school, there’s slightly more friction between them, as they each find their way within the world. Understandable.

Their names are Yoon Hae Rim (Chae Soo Bin) and Uhm Gi Seok (Jang Dong Yoon). They continue to be precious to every other in subtle, quiet ways, and infrequently communicate through their bedroom windows at the hours of darkness, giving the audience a small feeling of a Romeo and Juliet story. But will they need a doomed, tragic ending, like that famous Shakespearean couple?

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Suddenly in some unspecified time in the future a handsome transfer student to their high school, from the town of Seoul, named Oh Dong Kyeong (Jinyoung, film Miss Granny and K-Drama Wind-Bell), appears on the scene, and Hae Rim feels interested in him, though she fights those feelings initially. Will it shake up the close relationship and feelings that Hae Rim and Gi Seok have had for every other all their lives?

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Then Hae Rim is even more shaken when she discovers her father (Jung In Gi) has an affair. Will Hae Rim have the audacity to confront him? What happens to the trust children formerly had in their parents when one is cheating on the other? How can they trust any future person they may fall loving with? Hae Rim begins to doubt herself and her own feelings for both boys.

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In my opinion, the ending is hospitable to your own personal interpretation. I usually hate open endings, but here it reasonably worked, thanks to the young ages of the characters committed each other, and therefore the clever way the author handled the very last scene. Did you recognize before age 20 how your life would turn out? I surely didn’t! If you pay very close attention to 1 scene specifically, as together Hae Rim and Gi Seok watch the American film When Harry Met Sally, and spot the precise words Hae Rim says to Gi Seok that film, I believe you’ll have an enormous clue on what’s going to happen to their relationship within the end … and to me that produces it not really a real open ending. But you will have to look at and see for yourself. Just click the Play button on the screen to start the Drama Special – no annoying commercials and no messy screen bugs here. Enjoy.

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