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Primarily, the series focuses on the difficult path to finding true love, finding yourself, and balancing the need to be independent with loyalty to family. The story is told mostly from the perspective of its bubbly heroine, Ho-jung Yoon (Rim Chae).She is an idealistic, warm-hearted young girl who persists in loving not wisely but too well.Ho-jung maintains her dignity, but she is beginning to realize that her trusting nature is not serving her well in the love department.
The surprising development here is that the encounter between the two girls forges an enduring friendship.
Featuring early career performances of two of my favorite South Korean actors – Ji-sub So and Sang Woo Kwon – the charming drama We Are Dating Now (2002) is a delightful change of pace from the more melodramatic series that I generally gravitate toward.
From the first episode, I was hooked on its engaging characters and somewhat whimsical storyline as well as its emphasis on ordinary, relatable people and their families.
When she finally meets a man who is more in love with her than she is with him, he turns out to be an obsessive psycho.
(Beware of men who fall in love at first sight and make too many grand gestures).
The earliest one (used to introduce us to Ho-jung as a little girl) is with a chivalrous classmate named Jeon-woo.