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Our Blues Review: Why is Han-soo so busy and doesn’t spend time with his family?

Our Blues Review: There are many people who visit the island of Jeju in South Korea every year. Something about the wide open water and the beautiful weather almost makes people happy. Despite this, Our Blues shows that people can be miserable even in the most beautiful places.

The problem with anthologies like Our Blues is that they often don’t reach their target audience. Because they want to tell a lot of stories at the same time, they don’t give each one enough time to breathe and grow.

Our Blues Review

Sometimes, these different stories come together to make an epiphany, but even those are often fragile and shallow. On the bright side, you won’t find that on this omnibus of romances.

During the first four episodes, one can’t help but fall in love with the visual novel-style approach that the show has used. We may already know a lot about most of the characters and the problems they are having.

Honors its characters and their stories by neatly dividing them into chapters, exploring and unwrapping the lives, memories, and heartbreaks of the people in the book and the people who love them.

In this movie, Jeong Eun-hui (Lee Jung-Eun), a fish store owner, meets her first love, Choi Han-soo (Cha Seungwon), when he comes back to Jeju in a bad way.

The prospect of rekindling her high school romance makes Eun-hui excited. She doesn’t realise that Han-soo may be treating her like a princess because he needs money from Eun-family. hui’s

One of the characters in this movie is the reticent captain Park Jeong-jun (Kim Woo-bin, who is making his long-awaited return to the entertainment industry after beating cancer). He is in love with Lee Yeong-ok, a mysterious haenyeo, a female diver who is ostracised because of her supposed promiscuity.

They include Lee Dong-Seok (Lee Byung-hun), who sells things out of his old truck, and Min Seon-ah (Shin Min-a), the woman he has been in love with for seven years and has been waiting for him.

Dong-Seok hasn’t been able to move on from Seon’s rejection and ah’s, and now her despair is engulfing not only herself but also her son, her husband, and their home. Bae Hyun-sung and Roh Oh-Seo are high school students who are the last links on this complicated web. Jung Hyun and Bang Young-Joo are them.

It hurts their relationship because of the hostility between their families and the money they don’t have. Changes are coming, but not in a good way. Young-Joo may be pregnant, and the two of them will have to deal with the consequences of that.

Our Blues Review: The Gist

Sunrise over Jeju, a beautiful beach town where everyone goes about their daily lives, starts to show. They all have to get ready for today, from divers to fishermen to captains to anyone else who needs to be ready for the day.

She is one of the first people at her seafood business in the morning. Eun-hui (Lee Jung-Eun) comes from the fish market and puts together the day’s goods.

For his daughter to become a professional golfer in the big city, bank manager Han-soo (Cha Seung-won) is having a hard time making ends meet. After Han-Soo learns that he’s going back to Jeju, where he was born, he starts to recognise people from his past, including Eun-hui, whom he used to think was his first and only love.

People who are Han-soo and Eun-hui are very different. Eun-hui is very energetic, and Han-soo is very calm. When you look at them, you can see that there’s a little spark between them.

In the end, Han-soo is still so focused on getting his finances in order and turning things around that he doesn’t seem to have a lot of time to think about their relationship right now (despite clearly longing to).

People look back on the former couple’s school days, including when they first fell in love. This is the first in a series called Our Blues that will feature many people in the coming months. Their story is just one of many that we will see.

Our Blues Trailer on Youtube

What TV shows will come to mind?

Our Blues may look a little bit like other Korean TV shows, like Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha, Twenty Five Twenty One, and Because This Is My First Life.

Conclusion

This book takes us into a world that is easy to get into. Jeju has a small-town charm that draws you in right away, and the characters’ interactions set the stage for what will happen next.

There isn’t anything interesting about how these people live their lives together. Yet, it’s interesting because it shows a series of entertaining slice-of-life stories that are relatable in many ways.

During the movie, we learn more about Eun-past hui’s relationship with Han-soo. She becomes a sparkling, attractive heroine who is also a fierce and fun person to watch. They say that there is no doubt that the Hallmark vibe is appealing, and it works very well here. I found myself wanting to know more about the people who were in the movie.

A long time will come when the bugs will be worked out. Trying to get us to know as many people as possible, the pilot spends a lot of time. Some parts of the show are a little long.

As the first part comes to an end, we want more. It’s a great, cute start to the series, and we want more. The only thing you can enjoy about a pilot is the fact that they’re in charge of the plane.

It’s worth it. Our Blues is a light, funny movie with a big heart right from the start because of its likeable cast and a few interesting stories to get us going.

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Our Blues Review: Why is Han-soo so busy and doesn’t spend time with his family?

Our Blues Review: There are many people who visit the island of Jeju in South Korea every year. Something about the wide open water and the beautiful weather almost makes people happy. Despite this, Our Blues shows that people can be miserable even in the most beautiful places.

The problem with anthologies like Our Blues is that they often don’t reach their target audience. Because they want to tell a lot of stories at the same time, they don’t give each one enough time to breathe and grow.

Our Blues Review

Sometimes, these different stories come together to make an epiphany, but even those are often fragile and shallow. On the bright side, you won’t find that on this omnibus of romances.

During the first four episodes, one can’t help but fall in love with the visual novel-style approach that the show has used. We may already know a lot about most of the characters and the problems they are having.

Honors its characters and their stories by neatly dividing them into chapters, exploring and unwrapping the lives, memories, and heartbreaks of the people in the book and the people who love them.

In this movie, Jeong Eun-hui (Lee Jung-Eun), a fish store owner, meets her first love, Choi Han-soo (Cha Seungwon), when he comes back to Jeju in a bad way.

The prospect of rekindling her high school romance makes Eun-hui excited. She doesn’t realise that Han-soo may be treating her like a princess because he needs money from Eun-family. hui’s

One of the characters in this movie is the reticent captain Park Jeong-jun (Kim Woo-bin, who is making his long-awaited return to the entertainment industry after beating cancer). He is in love with Lee Yeong-ok, a mysterious haenyeo, a female diver who is ostracised because of her supposed promiscuity.

They include Lee Dong-Seok (Lee Byung-hun), who sells things out of his old truck, and Min Seon-ah (Shin Min-a), the woman he has been in love with for seven years and has been waiting for him.

Dong-Seok hasn’t been able to move on from Seon’s rejection and ah’s, and now her despair is engulfing not only herself but also her son, her husband, and their home. Bae Hyun-sung and Roh Oh-Seo are high school students who are the last links on this complicated web. Jung Hyun and Bang Young-Joo are them.

It hurts their relationship because of the hostility between their families and the money they don’t have. Changes are coming, but not in a good way. Young-Joo may be pregnant, and the two of them will have to deal with the consequences of that.

Our Blues Review: The Gist

Sunrise over Jeju, a beautiful beach town where everyone goes about their daily lives, starts to show. They all have to get ready for today, from divers to fishermen to captains to anyone else who needs to be ready for the day.

She is one of the first people at her seafood business in the morning. Eun-hui (Lee Jung-Eun) comes from the fish market and puts together the day’s goods.

For his daughter to become a professional golfer in the big city, bank manager Han-soo (Cha Seung-won) is having a hard time making ends meet. After Han-Soo learns that he’s going back to Jeju, where he was born, he starts to recognise people from his past, including Eun-hui, whom he used to think was his first and only love.

People who are Han-soo and Eun-hui are very different. Eun-hui is very energetic, and Han-soo is very calm. When you look at them, you can see that there’s a little spark between them.

In the end, Han-soo is still so focused on getting his finances in order and turning things around that he doesn’t seem to have a lot of time to think about their relationship right now (despite clearly longing to).

People look back on the former couple’s school days, including when they first fell in love. This is the first in a series called Our Blues that will feature many people in the coming months. Their story is just one of many that we will see.

Our Blues Trailer on Youtube

What TV shows will come to mind?

Our Blues may look a little bit like other Korean TV shows, like Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha, Twenty Five Twenty One, and Because This Is My First Life.

Conclusion

This book takes us into a world that is easy to get into. Jeju has a small-town charm that draws you in right away, and the characters’ interactions set the stage for what will happen next.

There isn’t anything interesting about how these people live their lives together. Yet, it’s interesting because it shows a series of entertaining slice-of-life stories that are relatable in many ways.

During the movie, we learn more about Eun-past hui’s relationship with Han-soo. She becomes a sparkling, attractive heroine who is also a fierce and fun person to watch. They say that there is no doubt that the Hallmark vibe is appealing, and it works very well here. I found myself wanting to know more about the people who were in the movie.

A long time will come when the bugs will be worked out. Trying to get us to know as many people as possible, the pilot spends a lot of time. Some parts of the show are a little long.

As the first part comes to an end, we want more. It’s a great, cute start to the series, and we want more. The only thing you can enjoy about a pilot is the fact that they’re in charge of the plane.

It’s worth it. Our Blues is a light, funny movie with a big heart right from the start because of its likeable cast and a few interesting stories to get us going.

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