Para Todos os Caras Que Me Amaram (2020) poster
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  • País: South Korea
  • Tipo: Drama
  • Episódios: 32
  • Exibido: Jul 6, 2020 - Set 1, 2020
  • Exibido em: Segunda, Terça
  • Original Network: KBS2
  • Duração: 35 min.
  • Pontuação: 7.1 (scored by 3,280 usuários)
  • Classificado: #8846
  • Popularidade: #1532
  • Classificação do Conteúdo: 15+ - Teens 15 or older

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Andy
4 pessoas acharam esta resenha útil
Set 4, 2020
32 of 32 episódios vistos
Completados 0
No geral 6.5
História 5.5
Acting/Cast 7.0
Musical 7.5
Voltar a ver 4.0
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No primeiro momento é bem evidente o estilo que lembra os doramas antigos, o que pode ser um ponto negativo para quem não tem costume ou gosta do clássicos. Por vezes também senti como se fosse uma mistura de vários doramas antigos. Com certeza a comédia é um ponto positivo, os pais da principal são muito divertidos.

Amei seu discurso do primeiro episódio e como foi reforçado no final, sem a principal se modificar para entrar em um padrão social. Também gostei de como a principal e as amigas, cada uma delas com um posicionamento diferente.

Confesso que comecei este por querer um tipo de revanche para um personagem de Yoon Hyun Min, ele e Seo Ji Hoon trabalharam juntos em Mama Fairy and the Woodcutter como principais que disputam a atenção da principal também, realmente quero ver os dois juntos de novo, mas sem disputa amorosa.

Há coisas que não gostei, no início, o principal faz coisas imorais para ter a Hyun Joo próxima a si, não gostei muito o fato de ela ficar logo de cara incomodado com um possível relacionamento entre Ji Woo e Do Gyum. Essa situação de confusão gay não é algo correto e usado nos dias atuais.

Sobre as vidas passadas, três no caso e a quarta que é a atual, gostei, mas queria uma foco na primeira e segunda também, são episódios suficientes para isso e além do mais o roteiro se prendeu tanto no passado e não criou ligação forte no presente. Aqui temos similaridades com Born Again, focar em coisas no passado não desenvolve o presente bem, parecia que só ele estava se doando ao relacionamento.

Fazia tempo que não sentia raiva de uma vilã, Seon Hee é uma pessoas muito mal amada e uma mãe tóxica.

O final foi satisfatório, tive muito medo de mudarem a decisão da principal, apesar de que ela mudava de personalidade o tempo todo. Uma coisa que estranhei, mas não tem haver com enredo, foram os beijos da Hwang Jung Eum com Yoon Hyun Min, ela estava robótica, não parecia ela. Fico com pena dele que até tentava animar a coisa, porém era bem estranho mais ainda quando a câmera dava close.

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Carli Sophie
63 pessoas acharam esta resenha útil
Set 2, 2020
32 of 32 episódios vistos
Completados 13
No geral 6.0
História 6.0
Acting/Cast 8.5
Musical 7.0
Voltar a ver 1.0
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I can’t believe it...

In general, I don’t write reviews. But after finishing this show I’m so angry. I need to spit it out.

Positive Parts.
1. The casting is pretty good. I liked all actors and their chemistry. Her parents were the funniest part of the show. Great job!
2. I find the idea with the past life’s intriguing and it offered room for much development. I enjoyed watching all eras. After understanding the whole situation it was even better. Best part of the show for me!
3. The CEO was a great character and offered so much.


ULTRA SPOILER AHEAD
Negative Things.
1. I’m really frustrated about the character writing of the show. It’s my first time experiencing dislikeable leads. As I mentioned was the CEO (male lead) a great person. He’s the only one I liked the whole time. The female lead was terribly written. Sometimes she appeared strong and confident, but when it mattered she was the most passive persons I’ve ever seen in a show. All talk. After reaching the second half of the drama I even hoped for the ml that he won’t end up with her. I really felt sorry for him that he liked such a selfish person. The second male lead is handsome without a doubt. In general, we get the perfect SL that ends up alone because he’s so nice. This one fulfilled most of this till the second half. After 8 eps he developed into a clingy and selfish character himself. No empathy for others, secretive and only interested in the fl without using his brain. I skip the second female lead. She was insecure, but okay. But her mother was the most pathetic character I’ve seen in a while. Introduced as strong career woman did she end in a ridiculous revenge story for her broken heart 30 years ago. I know it’s a fantasy show, but that was too ridiculous. If I were her daughter I would’ve send her to a mental hospital for a check up.

2. After knowing the whole picture I can’t help myself but feeling frustrated with the relationship of the leads. In fact, the show is a story about a man that is willing to give everything for his love and to repay his guilt. (Unnecessary in my opinion and I really don’t get why he’s always the guilty one. After knowing the reasons for everything, he should be embraced with open arms.) And the female lead! Honestly? I had several moments where I wanted to punch her into the face. While he’s doing everything for her, she’s doing literally nothing for him. Not one tiny thing! First, she lets him compete with the SL because she’s too stupid to say the men that she s not interested. Then she’s head over heels for him and can’t even hear him out after their first fight. But the most annoying thing is that she didn’t even react after knowing the truth. Her conversation was pretty lame and it was not relatable for me that she was still suffering from her trauma even after getting to know the truth. No! It got even worse! In the end she wants him to give up his only dream to stay by her side while she can live her own. Let me summarize! He’s doing everything for he. She does nothing for him. And the Happy End is that he gives up his dream for her. Honestly, he deserves a lot more than her.

3. The moral of the story. During the last minutes of the show I was so annoyed that I want it to end right now. Little did I know that another annoying part was waiting. They end the show with the moral that you don’t need a marriage certificate to become happy with your loved one. Yes! That’s true and I agree. But the perfect closure would’ve been when she would have married him and both would’ve made sacrifices and start new. It’s so sad that such an important moral was undermined from annoying written characters. If they intended to do that from the start, they should’ve written the fl nicer or at least a balanced relationship to make it believable.

4. SUMMARY I watched 16 eps about a relationship which was unhealthy to begin with. He does everything and she’s just talk. In my opinion, a happy relationship is about that WE and not just YOU. But the way they showed it makes it okay for someone to do nothing. Unsatisfying On a high level!

5. Another point to rant: the kisses. The make Lead gave everything to show passion. A great praise from me! The female lead was frozen that it was even embarrassing to watch. She didn’t deliver the classical fish kisses, but did nothing while he kissed her. Especially in close camera shots it’s embarrassing to watch. In those moments I even felt sorry for the actor!
ULTRA SPOILER END

Don’t get me wrong! I really like the cast and also the actress, but the way the characters worked wasn’t relatable for me. I ended up feeling annoyed or ranting while watching the episodes every week. The good thing is that I didn’t get bored out of anger.

In general, I always say that people should watch a show to gain own experience. Everyone has its own taste. Therefore, it’s wrong to stop people from watching. That’s why I say in this case: It would be a pity not to see the great acting and scenes of the male lead. But the rest could get annoying. My recommendation for you is to watch the first episode. Find out if you enjoy the wedding or not. If yes, continue. If not, drop the show immediately.

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Detalhes

  • Drama: Para Todos os Caras Que Me Amaram
  • País: Coreia do Sul
  • Episódios: 32
  • Exibido: Jul 6, 2020 - Set 1, 2020
  • Exibido On: Segunda, Terça
  • Original Network: KBS2
  • Duração: 35 min.
  • Classificação do Conteúdo: 15+ - 15 anos ou mais

Estatísticas

  • Pontuação: 7.1 (avaliado por 3,280 usuários)
  • Classificado: #8846
  • Popularidade: #1532
  • Fãs: 10,647

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