My Mister tells the story of three middle-aged brothers, who are enduring the weight of their lives, and a strong, cold woman, who has been living a hard life of her own, as they come together in healing each other’s past scars.
My Ahjussi got me hooked since the first episode. It might not favor everyone’s taste, but it was one of the best drama I have ever seen. Perhaps you might be wondering what is appealing about to see the roughness and truth of life, but in this drama, it will lift and encourage you to choose a life according to your own definitions of living and happiness.
One of the strengths of this drama is the characters portrays each of the protagonists. The way the emotions and frustrations executed are all flawless. It was so deep that you will cry and sympathize with them. All the supporting characters steal some moment too, the sense of community and loyalty has been build up to make the story warm amidst the struggles.
The plot is so well-written, the story is consistent and unpredictable. The relationship between the two leads is extraordinary, nothing is overdone and offensive. The concepts of love, family, and marriage depict the sense of reality in a very delicate matter, and that’s what I really like about.
While watching this drama, I realized that my life is somehow far better to compare, and I am thankful for that. Yes, it’s okay to be lonely and pitiful, everyone has this dark hour of battle. And when we fall into the hard time sides of our life, let’s think, “it’s okay, it’s no big deal, hang in there until I’ll find comfort for myself.”