“But I’ve learned that there are many things in this world you can not understand.” – Man Soo’s Boss
Bing Goo is a South Korean Drama about a man named Go Man Soo (Kim Jung Hyun) a kind and positive man. His world revolves around the woman he loves Yoo Shin Young (Cha Joo Young), who was very sick. He is also a painter for film posters.
Set in 1979 when hair code and dress code along with curfews were implemented, Go Man Soo accidentally meets Han Young Sil (Han Sunhwa), who likes the DJ of the cafe, Jang Eunseok (Kim Hee Chan), as they try to escape a raid in a cafe.
Go Man Soo asks Jang Eun Seok to teach him how to sing during his plan to propose to Yoo Shin Young. On the day of his proposal, after serenading Yoo Shin Young, she was rushed to the hospital. Go Man Soo ran after her but he got into an accident and fell down. All of a sudden his body starts to cover itself with ice.
After 37 years, Go Man Soo’s body was unfrozen and found by Jang Ha Da (Han Sun Hwa). Afterward, he finds himself confused with the modern world and with no place to go. Jang Ha Da helps him look for the woman he loves who previously lived in the house that Jang Ha Da was currently living in.
As they start their search, memories of the past come back. Will they find what they’re really looking for? Find out more by watching the show.
Kim Jung Hyun reminds me of the smiling Alberto in Crash Landing On You. His charming smile will make you smile back at him. This two-episode drama is worth your while. I don’t want to get into specific details as I don’t want to spoil it for you.
Fate. Fate means the development of events beyond a person’s control. There are things that happen in our life that we can’t explain. It may be about love or other things. We would sometimes question our beliefs or faith because of these events. But after everything and the time is right, we would be able to realize the reason why.
The story shows what fate means. I love the simplicity of how it was portrayed. It shows a fantasy story about time-traveling mixed with reality. It also shows how things that mean so much to a person make him fight and survive. Love does not bring food to the table, but it is the reason why we work hard to bring food to feed the people we love.
If you’re looking for a short and a feel-good drama, this one is for you. You can easily finish it in two hours.
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