Kang Ji-won, uma paciente com cancro terminal, é morta pelo marido e pela melhor amiga depois de descobrir a sua traição. Ela acorda dez anos antes do acontecimento e decide vingar-se com a ajuda de Yu Ji-hyuk, o diretor da empresa onde trabalha. Agora, ela tem de retomar o controlo do seu destino e eliminar o lixo da sua vida. (Fonte: Inglês = Prime Video || Tradução = BlackSpirits em MyDramaList) ~~ Adaptado do romance web "Marry My Husband" (내 남편과 결혼해줘) de Seong So Jak (성소작). Editar Tradução
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Tudo começou com um webtoon…Tal como tinha dito anteriormente em outras reviews, li o webtoon e uma parte da novel e adorei o plot do início ao fim! Quando soube que iam fazer um kdrama baseado nele, chorei. Hoje choro mais uma vez, não só por ter acabado mas também porque queria que tivesse sido perfeito e não foi…
As personagens estavam fantásticas, consegui odiar a Sumin e o Minhwan como nunca antes, porém estava à espera que o avô do Jikhyung fosse o Lee Deokhwa e que a mãe dele aparecesse, mesmo que só por um episódio. Houve tanta coisa que ficou por mostrar! Este seria um dos poucos kdramas que pediria para que fizessem pelo menos 18/20 episódios. Mas o que está feito, feito está!
Props: para o Lee Gikwang como Baek Eunho, não era quem eu visionava, mas surpreendeu-me.
Curiosidade: para quem não leu o webtoon, não há ex-noivas prometidas ciumentas e psicopatas. Esses momentos foram desnecessários e não trouxeram nada pra história a não ser perda de tempo.
P.S.: o meu vizinho arrebentou com o cabo da televisão e internet ao cortar uma árvore enquanto eu escrevia isto.
Fates Rewritten: Kang Jiwon Seizes the Second ChanceAdapted from the web novel Marry My Husband (내 남편과 결혼해줘) by Seong So Jak (성소작) and directed by Park Won Gook, this show narrates Kang Jiwon's journey. Betrayed and killed by her husband and best friend, she seizes a second chance traveling back 10 years to alter her destiny.
From beginning to end, i thoroughly enjoyed the show, it was a profoundly gratifying experience. Beyond mere revenge it delved into themes of self growth and altering fates for survival. Each episode surpassed the last, conveying the message that second chances should be wielded wisely.
Each character was meticulously crafted with profound depth, both protagonists and antagonists shared an equitable presence. The antagonists stole the spotlight in numerous episodes, their characters exhibiting sheer insanity. What sets them apart is their unwavering consistency, unlike many dramas where antagonists change last minute, these characters remained true to their evil nature, escalating with each episode.
The narrative primarily revolves around three characters who overshadowed the rest: Kang Jiwon, the main protagonist and Sumin & Park Minhwan, the main antagonists. Kang Jiwon's character was intricately developed, showcasing significant self growth throughout the series, providing a truly satisfying arc. Her relatable flaws and insecurities stemming from past trauma added depth to her character. Park Minyoung's portrayal of Kang Jiwon was exceptional with her acting reaching an extraordinary level of intensity in this role.
Next is Sumin, she is undoubtedly going to be an iconic villain remembered for a very long time. Her character, a psycho with an intense obsession for Jiwon, escalates to new levels of insanity with each episode. She is the kind of character we all love to hate. That underwater scene of hers will remain forever iconic. Kudos to Song Hayoon for brilliantly portraying this character. She undoubtedly deserves all the awards for this role.
Park Minhwan, portrayed as a truly terrible husband. If this character had been played by any other actor, it might have been annoying but Lee Yikyung's comic portrayal of Park Minhwan, with his nasty personality makes it impossible not to find him amusing. His scenes are absolutely hilarious and the way his character ended brings both satisfaction and sadness simultaneously.These three characters undoubtedly carried the entire show on their backs.
Apart from these characters there were also endearing and lovable characters such as Jihyuk, Huiyeon, Baek Eunho, Yang Juran, etc. each making show equally memorable.
However Yura stood out as the sole annoyance, her character was consistently irritating from start to finish. My only complaint is that instead of her they could have developed Huiyeon and Eun Ho's love story. Nevertheless considering the drama's unfolding in the last episode, it seems she played a crucial role as a catalyst in bringing about the final track.
Although romance wasnt the main genre, the main couple's love story was endearing and their chemistry was quite soothing. However more than the romance, i watched this for the compelling drama and the captivating performances of the aforementioned three characters who stole the show.
The soundtrack, cinematography and production quality were outstanding. The background music and OSTs were fitting, the cinematography offered a fresh and visually pleasing experience and the production quality was top notch, ensuring it didnt feel like a cheaply made show.
In summary watching this show was a highly satisfying experience. Despite moments of frustration particularly with the annoying character Yura, if we overlook that it was a gratifying watch from start to finish.