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The pain and abhorrence in her eyes, the desolation in her voice and the despair in the hands that clutch the wheel chair present a woman whose number is up.
She just cannot die before she kills the devil with her own hands.
She made me feel the exact pain she felt and I cried my heart out. I mean, how can Korean people only grow more gorgeous? Eager for love as she is, she doesn’t let go of her dignity, and she doesn’t sacrifice for that love. Kim Sun Ah played the confident and successful Hwang Ji An perfectly and got me to love and understand her.
For me, as a Sun Ah fan, this was the greatest disappointment of all her works.
I don’t know if it’s because there are so many dull and talentless actresses out there but when I watch a great talent like Kim Sun Ah, I cannot but bow in respect – biased as I am.
Knowing that she might actually have lost the guy she loved, she didn’t lay her life to waste but instead lived on. When she found out she had few months to live, her rage turned into spending every second preciously. Hwang Ji An is a bossy, arrogant, strict, and professional shoe designer. When her one night stand with Park Tae Kang (Lee Jang Woo) brings more and more consequences, Hwang Ji An decides to accept a few new things in her life.
Her God-given talent as an actress that allows her various and different roles places her always in the spotlight. She possesses a distinct sense of humour and can really act cute.
Her expressive eyes and facial expressions narrate a tale on their own. My journey with her started by coincidence – I know you can all relate -- I was at the beginning of my drama journey, and because I only liked few actors I stalked them.
Yoo Ri is timid but desperate for love so her advances are adorable. This film is a goddamn tearjerker and heart breaker, and well-done.
Put the funny Kim Sun Ah aside and face the desperate woman living for revenge. Eun Ah is a happy wife and mother but she loses her husband and daughter in front of her eyes.