This Valentine’s Day
What happens when you fall out of love with the one you loved the most? Yoo Tak’s star is rising, but his band is fading. He’s annoyed by his girlfriend and they are obviously on the verge of a breakup. Then something happens that changes their fate. Yoo Tak starts living the same day over and over similar to Groundhog Day. As he relives the same day over and over, he learns what is really important in his life.
Yoo Tak is both talented and selfish. I really felt like L did a good job in his portrayal of this jaded musician. L had a lot more intensity in playing this role than I really expected from him. As the central
I loved Yoon So Hee as Da In. Da In is one of those characters that feels very superficial, she’s sweet and seems too good for Yoo Tak. Da In is the girl who is always there to make things easier, to make people smile. She’s also the one everyone, including her boyfriend, takes for granted.
Why Should You Watch?
L and Yoon So Hee have great chemistry. The OST is great, which you would expect since music plays a huge role in this story. The story relies a lot on flashbacks, which can make it seem fragmented, but it all makes sense in the end. The episodes are short and leave you wanting more, which isn’t always a bad thing. I’m a big fan of web dramas, especially since I’m a full time student and I don’t have a lot of free time.
I was pleasantly surprised to see this show back on Netflix. I first watched it a couple of years ago and forgot about it. Not because it wasn’t good, but because I watch so many dramas and this was on Netflix which wasn’t a real contender for kdrama watching at the time. With the demise of Dramafever, we’ve all been actively seeking legal sites to watch dramas and I’m really glad to see that Netflix has continued to add more Asian content. Comment below and help me find my next short and sweet web drama.
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