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Classé #6160
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Sa Hye Jun est beau et intelligent. C'est une personne sympathique, chaleureuse et un mannequin populaire, mais ce qu'il veut vraiment, c'est devenir acteur. Il a auditionné pour de nombreux rôles, cependant, il n'a pas encore rencontré le succès. Pendant ce temps, An Jeong Ha rêve de devenir maquilleuse. C'est une personne qui ne se laisse pas facilement abattre et qui est prête à tout pour réaliser son rêve. Enfin, Won Hae Hyo est un mannequin et acteur, c'est aussi le meilleur ami de Sa Hye Jun. Il est gentil, gentleman et compétiteur. De plus, il souhaite être reconnu pour ses capacités et travaille d'arrache-pied pour prouver qu'il n'a pas été favorisé grâce à la richesse de sa famille. Vont-ils réussir à concrétiser leurs rêves ? (Source: Nautiljon) Modifier la traduction

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  • Pays: South Korea
  • Catégorie: Drama
  • Épisodes: 16
  • Diffusé: sept. 7, 2020 - oct. 27, 2020
  • Diffusé Sur: Lundi, Mardi
  • Station de diffusion initiale: Netflix tvN
  • Durée: 1 hr. 15 min.
  • Score: 7.5 (scored by 26,928 utilisateurs)
  • Classé: #6160
  • Popularité: #165
  • Classification du contenu: 15+ - Teens 15 or older

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Maria Clara Amorim
42 personnes ont trouvé cette critique utile
févr. 18, 2021
16 épisodes vus sur 16
Complété 0
Globalement 8.5
Histoire 8.5
Acting/Cast 10
Musique 7.0
Degrés de Re-visionnage 6.5

I don't understand why the rating is so low

First of all, I almost gave up of starting this drama because I thought it would be a mess since all the reviews are a bit negative. I was surprised. The story is a lot cute, there's the romance, the friendship, the visuals. I missed an OST more powerfull but that's all. The drama is refreshing, and it has a good story, the characters development it is really good, and now I ill point why I think this.
Hye Jun - It is a character who puts a lot of effort in everything he does, if it is his dream, his relationship, his friendships. His relationship with his grandpa is something that worth watch and we can understand through the episodes how he was capable of maintaining his image even after all the scandals people tried to envolve him, it was all because he's really a good person, considerate, someone who values the people around him more than status. His relationship with his dad is a bit problematic but I thought it was enjoyable in the drama too because that's life, who of us never had any misunderstandings on our own families?
Let's talk about Jung Ah, she's someone who suffered a lot because of her mom, she felt abandoned most of her life so she thinks it's better to admire and support someone who is far, someone who will not dissapoint her, I completely understand. Many times in our lives we admire singers, athletes, models, people that as far as they are we think they are amazing, because you know, life gets a little complicated when we know people personally. She choosed the right person, and you know (maybe there will be some spoilers here), I think she did right when she decided to end/postpone a relationship to focus on herself and build her own career, sometimes you have to do this, you have to considerate your feelings more before things just end up ruined. So I think it's delighting the way they meet again years later after both stay more mature, more openly to live their love fully, I think the end of the drama shows it to us too, it's not a sad ending, it's like if they are starting again, but this time being complete on their own, as individuals.
Talking about the other characters I think this is just what happens with Jin u and Hae Na (but I have to say that I missed a better ending for them), and Hae Hyo discovering himself besides his mom influence worth to watch too because it's him getting out of his bubble to draw his own path.
Anyway, I think I was rambling a bit but I have to say, it's a good drama and the bad reviews doesn't define it really well, I enjoyed to watch and recommend it to everyone who wants to watch a simple drama that you can watch with family and have a good feeling about the story in the end.

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176 personnes ont trouvé cette critique utile
oct. 27, 2020
16 épisodes vus sur 16
Complété 19
Globalement 5.5
Histoire 5.0
Acting/Cast 8.5
Musique 8.0
Degrés de Re-visionnage 2.5
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I will keep it SPOILERS FREE for the first half, and then unleash the rant. I have complaints. I had hopes… and they were crushed.

The first few episodes made me so happy. I was in heaven with the cute and fun interactions between the characters. The romance was sweet and down to earth. Jung Ha was able to fight for her rights, Hye Joon stayed true to his morals and Hae Hyo was on the way to cross the villain line. And then… nothing happened.

There are quite a few plot lines here; basically every character gets one (Ha Myung Hee must be Oprah wannabe or something), but none is truly explored nor well established. At first, this messy and unbalanced way of directing and editing seemed charming to me. Life is messy and unbalanced you know. I liked how some important plot lines were not explained right away, but, for example, we got a whole scene of the female and male leads discussing how one should apply hand cream. It worked coz I was sure the plot lines will be slowly addressed as the drama progresses… Sadlyl, they weren’t.

All the characters were rather poorly written, though had great potential to be amazing. Hye Joon is boringly perfect and everything works out for him. Jung Ha has a great 180 closer to the end of the show, Hae Hyo was truly useless plot wise. All the supporting characters were there filling the space, but their motivations were never explained. Why do they do what they do? Who knows?

It had its moments. Park Bo Gum crying? A+. Well, that would be it.

⌧ So now, let’s drop some SPOILERS! ⌧

How did the relationship between Jung Ha and Hye Joon go from perfect communication and understanding each other, to never communicating what they truly want and feel and making all the decisions on their own? We had so many dramatic plot lines that could bring the tension in the last episodes, why add new bullshit one?

Why introduce Ahn Jung Ha’s mom into the picture when this story was never truly explained nor explored? She just shows up to give Jung Ha an excuse to be sad and cry, and then she is gone. They ONCE mentioned how Jung Ha has problems accepting help because of her mom, but it was never mentioned again, it has no meaning in the story itself.

Why did they never do anything with Won Hae Hyo? He was neither good, nor bad nor gray. He was just kind of there. How interesting would it be to actually see more of his internal struggle between being a loyal friend and disappointed actor?

Why give us a side romance between Jin Woo and Hae Na? Probably the most useless plot line in the whole show. This could let us explore more of the controlling behavior of Kim Yi Young or be another burden for Hae Hyo: one friend “stealing” his spotlight, and the other dating his little sister and hiding it, pushing him into “I have no one I can trust” state of mind and explaining his feelings for Jung Ha, who was always honest with him.

Why did they never truly use the Charlie story? It was always somewhere in the background, but at the end it had no lasting consequences on the characters at all. When dating make up artist affected Hye Joon more than having a famous designer as his gay sugar daddy? Where is the logic? Why even add the story when it was never important to anyone?

Kim Su Man was painfully dumb.

The "2년 후" aka the boring ending.

That’s it. Not really. But I have no strength left to write more. Damn… this could have been such a good show.

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  • Drama: Record of Youth
  • Pays: Corée du Sud
  • Épisodes: 16
  • Diffusé: sept. 7, 2020 - oct. 27, 2020
  • Diffusé On: Lundi, Mardi
  • Station de diffusion initiale: Netflix, tvN
  • Durée: 1 hr. 15 min.
  • Classification du contenu: 15+ - Adolescents de 15 ans ou plus


  • Score: 7.5 (marqué par 26,928 utilisateurs)
  • Classé: #6160
  • Popularité: #165
  • Téléspectateurs: 59,076

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