Mad For Each Other (2021)
“People who are truly happy don’t bully or hurt others. Because if you are really happy, you don’t need to put your mind at ease by purposely condemning and hurting others.”
- Title: Mad For Each Other
- Episodes: 13
- Aired: May 24, 2021 – Jun 21, 2021
- Original Network: Netflix
- Genre: Comedy, Romance
- Written by: Ah Kyung
- Directed by: Lee Tae Gon (Diary of a Prosecutor)
- Main Cast: Jung Woo (Reply 1994) and Oh Yeon-seo (Love With Flaws)
- Where to watch: Netflix
- Synopsis: Noh Hwi-oh (Jung Woo) works as a detective. He thinks that he has a pretty decent life. One day, an incident takes place. This causes Noh Hwi-oh’s life to change. He becomes a crazy guy, unable to control his anger and he gets angry at everything. He tries to return to former self, but, during this time, he gets involved with another crazy person, Lee Min-kyung (Oh Yeon-seo). She has a sophisticated appearance and a fine job, but something happens to her. Her ordinary life collapses and she doesn’t trust anyone anymore. She has delusions and is compulsive. Noh Hwi-oh and Lee Min-kyung become attracted to each other.
Story: If you are looking for a light easy watch that will make you laugh, I would suggest giving this short romcom a shot. It’s about two people with their own painful stories who go through a complicated process of hurting and healing while falling in love with each other.
Acting/Cast: I think Jung Woo stole the show here. His expressions are priceless. I just loved the way he played his character. The chemistry of the main leads was just so fun and cute.
Overall: A fun quick watch that might make you smile, cry, get frustrated and angry.
My Rating – 8.0/10 (A good drama to watch when you want something not very intense.)
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