One More Time Review and Watch Online

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Today, Xenews will show One More Time Review! Are you excited and expected to this interesting drama? Get ready with us!

A pleasant and easy, though hardly original, short Korean drama sponsored by Netflix, yet One More Time (2016), starring Kim Myung Soo (L) from Angel’s Last Mission: Love and Ruler: Master of The Mask and Master’s Sun, tells the story of an aimless, financially struggling, young musician named Yoo Tan, who is often falling behind on his rent and scrounging for food, who jumps into a romantic relationship with a reasonable girl named Da In (Yoon So Hee) who attends his band concerts.

Yoo Tan is handsome but he isn’t very wise: when a music company finally offers him a contract he doesn’t accept because he doesn’t want to sacrifice his musical ideals to conformity. O … k …. this may immediately cause him to not need to run from the landlady anymore, but he still hesitates. Yoo Tan definitely has some growing up to do!

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After several years fade, Yoo Tan seems bored by Da In, and that they start to fall removed from one another due to his lack of commitment (small wonder). Only the audience soon discovers that Da In had a terrible car accident while crossing the road, which killed her, so Yoo Tan guiltily spends the last half of the story repeatedly going back in time to undertake to stop her accident and save her life.

However, Da In keeps dying, regardless of what he tries to try and do to avoid wasting her, and with all his repeated attempts he realizes what a fool he had been before in not committing to her. Will he ever be ready to succeed, and live a standard life with the girl he loves, or will he be doomed to constantly return in time to undertake and save her from her fate? Will he ever see success in his business life as a musician?

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There are some pleasant songs, and also the performing from the young cast is nice, but this is often a few dramas you’ll be wanting to look at quite once unless you’re a diehard L fan and wish to drink him in along with your eyes again (can’t really say I’d blame you).

Check it out if you’re his fan or if you prefer time travel, spiritual varieties of romances. Enjoy.

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