"Uncontrollably Fond"is overwhelmingly about Joon-yeong and his laborious journey. The opposite characters are provide and they obtain screen time, yet IT isKim Woo-binwho carries the display alongside his hot-tempered and life-loving Joon-yeong.
Not that Joon-yeong is an ideal character. No. He's a dominant male who believes that pushing a ladiesto like him is okay. He approach well, and is honest in his affections, but that roughlyforceisn't okay. To make his love for No Eul parallel the bullying habit he pulls is not okay. It should existhighest if she got hereto realize her feelings for him herself.
AdvertisementThat said, the beauty of his affections is endearing and his sincerity is far appreciated. He is fair where Ji-tae is not. The secrets Ji-tae assists in keeping and mixed with his soaring brand him a slightly unlikeable character. He wavers in limbo instead of build a decision. It lets in for the manipulative and Machiavellian Jeong-eun to have her way with him and his family. There's a distinct loss of individuality in his character, and also with Jeong-eun's. The similar lack is once in a whilediscovered in No Eul, especially in scenes when she will not be with Joon-yeong. Those characters wantdesires and alternatethat's not dependent on others.
"Uncontrollably Fond"hits some beautifulcandy emotional notes, but its personality continuity (aside from Joon-yeong) and the contrived plot are a uniquesusceptible spot. It still has a possibility to improve. If not, please enjoyKim Woo-bin. He is hitting it out of the park.