Melody

Fight for My Way is a drama about dreams, inspirations and love among four young people who have grown up together and how they go on to attain their goals after through some tears and loss.

Ko Dong-man (starring Park Seo-joon) took up taekwondo since his high school days and had won a few awards. However a painful past involving his opponent, Kim Tak-su (starring Kim Kun-woo) made him quit the sports altogether. His childhood friend, Choi Ae-Ra (starring Kim Ji-won), has this dream of becoming an announcer and unfortunately her hope of being an announcer is often dashed either due to her limited qualifications or meeting her rival/stumbling block in Park Hye-ran (starring Lee Elijah), who is Dong-man's first love and a well-known anchor.

On the other end is a pair of couple, Kim Joo-man (starring Ahn Jae-hong) and
Baek Seol-hee (starring Song Ha-yoon) whose relationship is threatened by not a third party but one assuming too much and taking the other party for granted. Too often, we overlook at things and think otherwise until something happens and by then it might be too late to recover the loss we may have implied upon ourselves.

And of course the highlight is the romance between Dong-man and Ae-Ra, considering they are the lead characters and they have come a long way to becoming lovers; but unlike Joo-man and Seol-hee it is the fear of losing the other which is the obstacle since Dong-man has overcome the past and find his confidence again now in mixed martial arts fighting. It has taken Dong-man a while to be back on that RFC ring and Ae-Ra is scared that there would be no second chance this time around after his previous injury. But Dong-man has a dream to fulfil and to compete with Tak-su once again in an equal fight. 

I enjoyed this drama. It was inspirational in a way and the chemistry between Seo-joon and Ji-won sizzled. Dong-man and Ae-Ra's romance was overloaded with sweetness and would make any romantic swoon with pleasure. There are also bits about family bonds which are heartwarming. Overall it was a nice romantic comedy with some kicks, pun intended. And I was glad to see Park Seo-joon back on screen after his previous drama, Hwarang, which I enjoyed so much. Now onto The Bride of Habaek, a romance fantasy featuring a water god and his mission on earth.


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2 Responses
  1. jenclair Says:

    My husband is still enjoying My Sassy Girl, but I'm waiting until he finishes before I start it. The Bride of Haebek sounds intersting, I added it to my queue. :)


  2. Melody Says:

    Jenclair - I hope both of you enjoy My Sassy Girl. I'm enjoying The Bride of Habaek and can't wait to see how the story develops. :)