Dramas that illustrate the reality of ‘painful’ youth are produced in sequence by offering fun and sympathy.
TVN drama ‘Because This is My First Life’ and tvN’s new weekend drama ‘Revolutionary Love’ aired on the 14th, depicting the problems experienced by young people who are thought to have created ’emotional’ sympathy in its story.
‘Because This is My First Life’ Romantic Story About Sharing A House
TVN drama ‘Because This is My First Life’ tells the story of a homeless woman Jung So Min (Yoon Ji Ho) and Lee Min Ki (Nam Se Hee) the house owner living together in one house. The most basic life of young people in ‘taking care of our house’ is to enjoy the realities of life related to love, marriage and career.
In the last episode, recounted the unrequited failure, “What are you doing at age 30” Jung So Min complained, then Lee Min Ki gave the answer, “Good luck. All is the first time in this life” he said to entertain the viewers. Bringing sympathy to young people who are tired of living this life is very realistic. What kind of sympathy and entertainment will be portrayed in the future. The drama is aired every Monday and Tuesday at 9:30 pm.
‘Revolutionary Love’ Working Hard in Life from Zero to Success
tvN’s Saturday-Sunday drama ‘Revolutionary Love’ tells the story of three young men who want to change the world, a 3rd generation chaebol Choi Siwon (Byun Hyun), a woman who has a high education Kang Sora (Baek Joon), and someone who dreams to become an elite Gong Myung (Kwon Jae Hoon).
Kang Sora acts as a part-time worker named Baek Joon and gets a good response for playing an unreasonable situation by working 3 times a day. Especially when she works at a hotel which make the audience feel sorry and funny at the same time. This seems to encourage stereotypical changes by altering the wrong framework and forcing young people to keep trying hard. The drama air every Saturday and Sunday at 9 pm on tvN.