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Hyun Bin my love. 😀


Kang Jae-kyung (Hyun Bin) is your typical spoiled rich kid; he’s arrogant, drives sporty cars, attends the big clubs, rides through school corridors on his motorcycle and – wait, that’s not typical at all is it? As his 18th birthday approaches he’s set to inherit his grandfather’s fortune, but that comes with a price. Jae-kyung is going to have to earn his fortune. His grandfather lays down an ultimatum; Jae-kyung is required to transfer to a new school in Gangwondo and graduate. Until then all access to his penthouse, cottage and credit cards is denied. Should he fail to graduate or drop out then he loses everything. With little choice he heads out to the countryside and a small town in which daily life is far removed from what he’s used to.

Shortly after settling into his new home he meets 19 year-old Choi Eun-whan (Lee Yeon Hee), who just happened to run into him back in Seoul. They don’t exactly hit it off; he’s far too stubborn and cool for school, while she sees hope for him and sets out to make him see it for himself. As they eventually draw closer, thanks to a set of coincidences and school projects they learn more about one another, but soon a shattering revelation will change these people forever. (credits to wikipedia)

My Review

For binnie my love, I’ve decided to watch this.

Best phrase to describe the story: TRAGIC, SAD.

I can’t say much, hmmm during the first half I was kind of bored, about the next half it’s more okay to watch though the ending’s you-know-what. If you’re a fan of this kind of story I think you ought to watch this.

Last word: LOVE could kill, kinda remind me of Heavenly Forest (jap. movie)