Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Playful Kiss / Mischievous Kiss

A high school girl named Oh Ha Ni (Jung So Min) who is in the bottom of her class has had a crush on popular and genius male student, Baek Seung Jo (Kim Hyun Joong) ever since she saw him on the first day of high school. Ha Ni decides to confess through a letter, but is rejected by Seung Jo, who tells her that he hates stupid girls.
Fate intervenes when a mild earthquake ruins Ha Ni's family's new house. While the house gets rebuilt, Ha Ni and her father stay at the home of her dad's childhood friend, who happens to be Seung Jo's father. Ha Ni's feelings for Seung Jo, rekindle, and she is more than determined to impress him. Seung Jo is indifferent to her feelings and finds her an absolute nuisance. However, having a matchmaker mom, Hwang Geum Hee (Jung Hye Young) greatly helps Ha Ni a lot.

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I am again got so addicted with this one. Oh Ha Ni's high school crush turned to be his husband after a lot of pains and sacrifices she have been through. Baek Seung Jo actually fell for her way back their high school days but he's really good at hiding it. He just confessed to her about his feelings when he find out that Oh Ha Ni has been dating Bong Joon Gu and will accept his proposal.

In my own opinion, this drama was entitled as Playful Kiss or Mischievous Kiss because Baek Seung Jo did stole kisses from Oh Ha Ni way back when they were not married yet.

Baek Seung Jo's mother really like Oh Ha Ni to be his son's wife and she did a lot for Baek Seung Jo and Oh Ha Ni to be together and know each other. (If only my crush' mother is like this! :D) And she did succeed because the two ended up together.

Baek Seung Jo took Medicine and Oh Ha Ni tried her best to shift to Nursing (from her course that I forgot) for her to help her husband when he become a doctor. Sweet, right? ♥


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3 comments:

Rovie Aguis said...

I really love Korean dramas as in to the highest level but just don't have enough time to watch.

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Josie said...

I also loved the Korean teledramas specially those showing their cultures and old costumes, even the stories are very straight-forward..

Nadine said...

Honestly, I don't watch Korean dramas, unfortunatelly. But after reading this I understood that maybe I need to start. Interesting! WOW...

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