In the drama you find out more about each person as the story progresses, it made me think a lot about the people in my own life, everyone struggles with something, some people have deep dark secrets their embarrassed to talk about or afraid to talk about. The rest of the cast was great, too, no complaints. As are all the instrumentals. One this is for sure - you don't have to watch this series in order. Although his character was adorable at times as well! To talk about a next time that may never come when now is right in front of you.
It's a really good drama. The characters communicate without speaking but they're able to get their message off as if they were speaking. Everett Baker receives a letter from New York warning of the bank foreclosing on the Gaiety Theater. Now lovestruck, Bobby comes up with a plan: call in his friends, the Follies Girls, all the way from New York City, cast the locals-- a bunch of rundown cowboys with latent musical talent--and put on a show to save the old building.
Only one character had one in this drama. I, personally, love a lot of things from the nineties so I loved the music. As a main lead she's hard to understand and it's hard to like her because of that. Choi Jin Sil did an excellent job as Yun Hee, and I was really sad to hear about her death. As for music - there really wasn't any main song to this movie.
Eyebrow are well known for their unique Showtime Challenges, where all aspects of the show are rehearsed and performed in 48 hours. Meanwhile, to Bobby's dismay, Irene arrives, threatening to expose Bobby's charade, and Polly has fallen in love with Bobby's impersonation of Zangler. Not getting as much screen time until later on, but becoming one of the most important characters in this drama. Thus, the element of risk of the game ratio of expected loss to average total bet is 3. What starts out as a disappointment changes into the realization that the show has galvanized the once sleepy town. What kept me going farther on is the mystery.
There was some, but they understood each other. The drama is very short though, which is why I can't give it more than an 8 - because while it was a nice short drama, there are other things they could have done with it to make it an even better drama. When I first started watching this show and saw F4 I wasn't sure how I was going to like them. It was natural and realistic, everything they did and how they acted.
The music fitted the drama, but it's nothing I'd really listen to outside of it. The story is on the more mature and serious nature, so I wouldn't recommend watching this drama if you're in the mood for something light and funny. It's a drama that shows that the life of a dog is just as valuable as a life of a human. If you give up now because you feel too weak or lazy, there is no hope for a next time.
I just can't see it happening for awhile my next step is watching the original movie and then rewatching Eight Below and comparing the stories. That being said, I think they did a really good job! Polly falls in turn for the enthusiastic young man, but feels angry and betrayed when she discovers that he comes from the bank. There are people that go through these types of issues in real life, and they don't always have someone by their side to help them get back on their feet. I wound up googling Sakhalin Huskies and discovered that the story behind this drama the one from the original 1983 movie inspired the movie Eight Below which I thought was a great movie when I watched it.
But it didn't take away from the drama at all, actually it made me like it more. So I downloaded it and over the past few days I finally sat down and watched it. I don't think I'll rewatch this drama soon - only because there's already so many I have lined up to watch. It gets better with each episode - I watched the last 7 episodes in one day. Sosuke was dark, his character was scary in ways because of the things he did. Serious dramas like this I love and enjoy for their realism, but I'm not sure when I'll rewatch this, if I do it won't be for a while.
Bobby finds himself in quite a bind. And the love triangle is really hardly there at all. Everyone but Bobby and Polly leave the theater. Don't think - just watch :. There wasn't the over amount of angst and drama, but rather just the right amount. Ahn Jae Wook as Min Hee was also really well done.