Twelve years, after dying in a car accident, Sung Hae Sung (Yeo Jin Goo) suddenly appears alive and well not having aged a day. With the help of his friends and his childhood love Jong Won (Lee Yeon-Hee), Hae Sung sets out to make things right for his family and solve the mysteries surrounding his death and resurrection.
Reunited Worlds is far from a perfect drama. Though the plot was quite stimulating, along with the way it became sluggish with flaws and inconsistencies. I was about to drop it honestly, but then I want to know how it would end, hoping a spark might light up before the whole episode turned into a merely passing show.
What I like in this drama is the beautiful message about love, friendship, and family. As our main lead resurrected to solve the mystery of his death, he has to help his siblings to be reunited too.
The finale didn’t stand up as I expected, but it was good enough. The writer must be very generous to give them all redemption.
Yeo Jin Goo acting is astonishing and flawless.
I like the friendship between the six friends, their relationship is warm and very supportive of each other.
I don’t find any chemistry of our lovey-dovey. Lee Yeon Hee’s acting is dry and flimsy.