The Smile Has Left Your Eyes (2018)
If you hate it so much, don’t do it. It’s not that hard. – Kim Moo young
The Smile Has Left Your Eyes Synopsis : This 2018 Korean drama revolves around Kim Moo Young (Seo In-guk) – a complex, mysterious man with a forgotten past. He meets and falls in love with Yoo Jin-Kang (Jung So-min), and although her initial impression of him is pretty negative, later she discovers that Moo young is innocent and struggling to recognize about his past life. However, her older brother, Yoo Jin Gook (Park Sung-woong), a homicide detective, doubts that Moo-Young is more sinister that he lets on, oblivious to the fact that he is the key to both Moo-young and Jin-Kang’s intertwined history. The situation becomes more complicated when Moo young regains his past memories which leads him to find the truth about his father’s death and more. (Source : Wikipedia)
- Seo In-guk as Kim Moo-young
- Jung So-min as Yoo Jin-kang
- Park Sung-woong as Yoo Jin-gook
- Also known as Falling Stars
- Genre : Mystery / Thriller
- It is a remake of the 2002 Japanese television series Sora Kara Furu Ichioku no Hoshi.
- It aired on tvN on October 3, 2018 on Wednesday and Thursday time slot for 16 episodes.
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Every single episode of this drama is engaging from the very beginning to the last moment. I love SIG character, from his first judgmental side eye and confident and slightly dangerous smirk, I knew I was hooked. #TheSmileHasLeftYourEyes #KDrama #SeoInGuk #JungSoMin #ParkSungWoong
- If you’re looking for a melodramatic romance with thriller and mystery, then be sure to check out The Smile Has Left Your Eyes. Just take note that this does happen to be a tragedy.
- Emotionally engaged since first episode.
- The leads had amazing chemistry, and everything felt genuine, from hardships to happiness.
- The story is a pretty dark one, but it’s not without light moments and scenes that made me smile and swoon.
- I’m in love with this drama especially with the character of Seo In Guk. He shines as the enigmatic Kim Moo Young, who’s every expression captivated me.
- What are you still doing if you haven’t watched it? Don’t miss out!
My Rating – 9/10
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FANGIRL RECOMMENDS :
- Antihero – Cheese in the Trap (2016)
- Seo In Guk’s Drama – The Master’s Sun (2013)