K-Drama Review: Tomorrow With You

K-Drama Review: Tomorrow With You. The main couple of this drama will make you feel excited!

A beautiful, languidly romantic time-traveling story, Tomorrow With You (2017) was the subsequent K-drama on the superb tvN cable station schedule after the mega-hit “Goblin”. It starred one every of my very long-time favorite Korean actresses Shin Min Ah (“Sad Movie”, “Oh My Venus”, “A Love To Kill”) and K-drama hit Signal‘s new young actor Lee Je Hoon. His performance in “Signal” was excellent but not romantic, so this was a pleasant switch for him, to work out this actor achieve a romantic love so effortlessly and perfectly. nearly as good as he was here, on behalf of me it absolutely was Shin Min Ah who kept me watching.

She brought a replacement level of vulnerability to her character that I had never seen her give before in prior performances. I used to be transfixed watching her! Her on-screen chemistry with Lee Je Hoon was a delight and quite addictive to look at. They brought a pleasant realism to their on-screen relationship: whereas many other K-drama couples seem stiff in intimate scenes their intimate scenes were completely natural and pleasurable to look at.

The Story of ” Tomorrow with you”

The story revolves around a chic young land company CEO, who basically raised himself alone after his parents died in an exceedingly car crash, named Yoo So Joon (Lee Je Hoon). He has the flexibility to travel through time via a railroad train from Seoul to Namyeong and back again, and also the woman he grows to like, named Song Ma Rin (Shin Min Ah), survived a subway accident with him seven years earlier. Hence their fates become intertwined to the max; he even learns that on a date in 2019 both of them are imagined to die at the scene of another accident so he becomes determined to travel that date previous time so he can alter their terrible destiny!

Ma Rin may be a very private person, knowledgeable photographer for a web store, and he or she lives along with her slightly daffy mother (Lee Jung Un) during a small, cramped apartment. In her childhood, she was an actress who was on a successful historical TV drama during which she had a famous scene where she begs for rice during a national rebellion. Her character’s name had been Bap Soon, and then the general public, once they occasionally recognize her, still call her by that name. One gets the sensation she doesn’t particularly prefer it and would favor to chuck that past fame and live a straightforward, quiet life.

Kim Ye Won
Lee Bong Ryun
Kang Ki Doong

She has two close friends to open up to, Lee Gun Sook (the wonderful Kim Ye Won, from “Who Are You?”, “Flower Boy Ramen Shop”, “Operation Proposal”) who marries a manager at So Joon’s realty company, and therefore the perky Oh So Ri (Lee Bong Ryun), an office worker with a crush on So Joon’s supporter Kang Ki Doong (this actor has the identical name in the world as his character). They worry about Ma Rin’s loneliness and unhappiness.

As time passes, and Ma Rin then Joon keep running into one another publically, they eventually start to believe it’s fate that they ought to be together; they begin up to now and fall loving and eventually marry. So Joon keeps the very fact of his ability to time travel from Ma Rin, and whereas once he had been a loner like she had been, he now learns to like another person purely and selflessly. (Their romantic scenes are a number of the sweetest I’ve ever seen in an exceedingly K-drama).

So Joon meets yet again traveler, a person older than himself named Doo Sik (Jo Han Chul), who might just have a mysterious connection to Ma Rin, and that they often get together to debate their time travel experiences and the way they might possibly alter the long run in order that So Joon and Ma Rin haven’t got to die in any case on its date in 2019. Then enters a villain in their lives (this was the weakest part of the story to me) so Joon is injured by him and goes into a coma.

How can a person in an exceeding coma still time travel? But he does, and while within the coma within the present-day he finds himself living in 2022, alone, because his wife Ma Rin died in 2019! How can he protect his wife from dying if he’s stuck in 2022? He becomes needing to enter the subway and take a look at it again but it’s currently down for extensive repairs. Is there any hope in the least for him to reunite together with his wife and save their lives?

There is a surprise, bittersweet ending that I quite approved of and liked, although it entailed the sacrifice of a sympathetic character.

If you prefer a good-looking romantic story with time travel elements then by all means watch Tomorrow With You. you will not be bored, I can promise you that! Enjoy. tvN dramas are quickly becoming those to look at.

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