Yoon Jin-A (Son Ye-Jin) is a single woman in her 30’s. She works as a supervisor at a coffee company. Yoon Jin-A is an easygoing person, but she feels empty inside. Seo Joon-Hee (Jung Hae-In) is the younger brother of her best friend Seo Kyung-Sun. He comes back to South Korea after finishing work abroad. Yoon Jin-A though he was just a childish guy then he appears different to her now.
Something In The Rain will make you fall in love and at the same time will wake you up from the complication of love and the reality of it.
From the beginning of the show, you will crazily be bombarded of spontaneous sweetness, hugs and kisses and heartfelt dialogues, but then, I have wished it was just a two hours movie to avoid the dragging, the slow pace, and the repetitive plot scenarios.
Something In the Rain emphasized the conflict of relationship where the woman is older than her partner. Aside from that, their relationship bound to be judged by their families respective cultures and opinions. While trying to break the “taboo” raging by the society and the people around them, their affair shows how it struggled the most.
I was a little bit annoyed by those unnecessary scenes that show how tiring the relationship could be if is not in accordance with your family and society’s stupid belief. Because of the long agony, I haven’t enjoyed to the fullest and never felt any satisfaction in the finale, it was fast and kinda lame.
However, thank you for the few episodes of cuteness.
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