Jae Hee oh Jae Hee, you know how much I wished for you to be able to come back to drama. You know when news announced that you were going to star along Lee Bo Young in Hooray For Love, I jumped, screamed, squealed in overwhelming delight. And you know how bad and sad I felt for you when you got hurt and pulled out at the last minute 😦
When Lee Tae Sung was announced as your replacement, I held my heart back a bit. Liked the actor but never saw anything with him as lead, expectations I had immediately took a low dive.
And guess what after 5 episodes?
@ I already adore Lee Tae Sung as Dong Woo.
Dong Woo’s confident, witty and a lil bit naughty (as in a disobedient mama’s boy LOL). A lil play-boyish, but has a kind and endearing heart. Most importantly, when it comes to work, guy goes all out.
Jae Mi, no worries, Dong Woo will heal your breaking heart in no time!
@Love the main OTP triangle
Stuck between a bastard hubby played by Jin Yi Han and a charming lawyer Dong Woo who helps you to move on? I am already sold.
I already foresee a HUGE obstacle for the OTP to overcome in future when they eventually get together, but I’m going to enjoy all their adorableness and cuteness first.
@Intrigued by the old generation OTP
Cannot stress how fascinated I am with the relationship between Jae Mi’s mom (Bae Jong Ok) and dad (Cheon Ho Jin). Everything between them is pretty much complicated and makjang to the max, but holy shiz, when they’re together, not only do they look great together, they sizzle all kinds of sparks and electricity.
I want them to get back together no matter what. I don’t care about Juri and why he had to marry her (maybe because of the kid?), because it’s so obvious he’s still so very much in love with his ex-wife. And because he looks so much more normal besides her. (Sorry, he just looks too daddy-ish next to Juri aiks).
@Want more Mommy-Daughter love
When mommy is unlike mommies who shout or scream at you in K-dramas, you just know this mommy is for grabs. Not only is Jae Mi’s mom loving and understanding, she supports Jae Mi in whatever she does and becomes her pillar of comfort whenever she needs a crying shoulder. There’s no spanking, no yelling, no pulling, but just mere words of wisdom and consolation.
So you’re not alone in this Jae Mi. You still have mommy!
@And of course, LOVE LOVE LOVE-ing Kim Soo Mi and her En-grishhhhh!
Overall HFL is quite decent and enjoyable. Typical and cliche nonetheless, I think I can do as long as Dong Woo continues to be this cute and charming.
45 more episodes, we’ll see if HFL can break Baker King and CYHMH’s record (my longest live watching K-drama/s @ 30 episodes).