My Sweet City / 달콤한 나의 도시
- Title: 달콤한 나의 도시
- Also known as: My Bittersweet City, My Sweet Seoul
- Genre: Romance
- Episodes: 16
Main cast for My Sweet City
The drama about the love life of an old maid, Oh Eun Joo. She has been working at a book publishing company for seven years. Eun Joo forms a love triangle with Tae Oh and Young Soo. Tae Oh is younger than Eun Joo by seven years and Young Soo is a businessman who Eun Joo meets on a blind date. Eun Soo is reluctant in letting Tae Oh meet her friends because of their huge age gap. This causes a rift in their relationship because Tae Oh thinks that Eun Soo doesn’t take him seriously. At the same time, Eun Soo continues to see Young Soo and there’s something about him that draws her closer to him.
- Personal Review:
Lately I have been watching older dramas with older actor/ress because I find them a bit more mature and don’t get me wrong I love comedy, but a lot is as it is: a lot.
I absolutely adore Choi Kang Hee and Lee Sun Gyun. Mostly the reason why I watched it in the first place. I was taken aback with the story line of her liking a younger male (a bit to young). I started to like Ji Hyun Woo with his cute and happy self.
The plot was pretty well as far as having a real life outlook on it. I could actually imagine the things that happened, happened.
I was pretty emotional on a scene between Choi Kang Hee and Ji Hyun Woo. It literally made me torn because at this point I started to like Ji Hyun as the same as Lee Sun.
I don’t recommend this for people who are not alright with a real-life plot that isn’t over dramatic and a huge laugh. It really is for an older audience.