Full House 2 Review

This series pivots around a hapkido teacher Jang Man-ok (Hwang Jung Eum), becoming a stylist of top idol group TAKE ONE, composed of the perfectionist Lee Tae Ik (No Min Woo) and a free yet kind guy named Won Kang Hwi (Park Ki Woong) and getting into a romantic relationship with them. Tae Ik became an idol in order to gain back the house where he had lived with his late parents.and on the other hand, Won Kang Hwi is a son of a Chebol in China. There are twist and turn in the middle and in the last part of the story which the viewers can’t even have a blink on it. Did Kang Hwi will be getting blind? will Tae Ik gain the house although he resigned as a Take One member? how about the love Relationship of Tae ik and Man ok? What will happened to Kang Hwi’s love for Man ok?

Full House 2 aka Take 2 is a sequel without the original stars and set in a totally different world isn’t much of a sequel at all. Essentially Take 2 uses the initial premise of a movie star falling for an ordinary girl, and goes from there. Which is already like a dozen other K-dramas anyway. In this version, Noh Min-woo plays a top star who enters into a fake engagement with aspiring Designer/Stylist Hwang Jung-eum, while idol star Park Ki-woong steps in as the third leg of that love triangle.

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