Move through Fantasy and Reality while watching Asian Drama!
Description: Wang So Jung (Lee Ji Ah) is an ugly duckling who works as an office worker in a wildlife magazine department. Though she is quite hideous but possesses a vibrant charm and optimistic. Even though she enjoys a high popularity within her department through her friendly personality, she isn?t liked by any man in terms of a love relationship. One day, she meets a ?pretty boy? Kang Tae Poong (played by Kang Ji Hwan) who is a superficial/shallow architect. He only looks at women for their sexy appearance, but coincidentally, he becomes visually impaired and loses his eyesight. The both of them started to date, but what will happen when he recovers his eyesight back? Will he still be in love with her?
Mind, Love, Eyes and Puppies?
The first thing that attracted me to watch this was the title, the poster and the fact, that it is one of the TeleCinema parts (the story sounded promising too). Also I’ve seen other movies connected with some people not seeing things (it was about blindness - ‘Love me Not’ and ‘The beast and the beauty’) that I absolutely loved and adored.
Well, I can’t deny that I enjoyed watching this quirky and funny story about a beautiful guy with a bad vision after an accident and a ‘ugly’ girl with a wonderful character. There were a lot of comedic parts that made me giggle and that made it fun to watch, but I didn’t learn anything from it nor it will stay in my memory for ages like movies "A moment to Remember" or "Ditto".
The thing is, I couldn’t find her ugly at all. Weird teeth don’t make a person ugly and I didn’t understand why she just didn’t go to a dentist to get em fixed up. But that guy was really smoking hot ^^ I liked the chemistry between them and the reactions of their friends. They both delivered a good act.
There were some really weird things about me that bothered me a lot while watching it, so I couldn’t really fell that this movie could be a real situation. The story has really some holes. Big holes that don’t add up. First thing was about her "ugliness". Slap me or something, but I found her quite a beauty even with those teeth and eyebrows. Number two: the ending with traveling to the past was horrible - it was just confusing and totally unneeded. It made me go like - what? Are you serious?
The same repeated situation just with her vision going wrong was just de-ja-vu-you-don’t-need-that situation. Also her leaving for a such ridiculous reason at her wedding was kind of ‘what?’ moment also.
Even tho the story came with holes and unneeded scenes that made everything confusing and really not funny, the two actors still managed to pull off a good performance with such messy story and make me giggle with their good chemistry and humorous situations.
A nice movie with a happy ending..