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Summer Beach (Let's Go to the Beach)

Category: Movies
Genre: Comedy
Starring: Lee Wan, Lee Chong Ah, Jun Jin (Shinhwa), Kang Jung Hua Episodes: 14 episodes Same old, same old two-girl-two-guy love rectangle affair. At least no one is forced to stay together, get engaged or get married in this series. Halleluiah! Would have puked if they came up with another one….like so many others already. You’d start to think that all Koreans are forced to live with someone they hate and then fall head over heels in love with them in the end. Jun Jin (far left) plays a very serious business man who is not the legitimate son of a rich tycoon. He runs the business and feels threatened that someone (the legitimate son) will come and take all of that way some day. Lee Wan (far right) plays the legitimate son who have absolutely no interest in his father's business. He loves the sea, swimming and having fun which disappoints his father. Loved the fact that they filmed it at the beach…very refreshing and had a good idea about what to expect when I head over. Hee hee hee. But towards the end, they moved location to Seoul where the backdrop turns into concrete jungle once more. A very nice upbeat movie to fill in a couple of hours a night after work as relax-therapy. The storyline between the two brothers played by Lee Wan (far right) and Jun Jin (far left) is a little complicated. Some parts, you'll feel that the writers were desperate to squeeze in too many twists into a simple love comedy series. Lee Chong Ah (second from right) have the privilege of playing the easiest role in the series....a simple-minded girl with a mission. Very outspoken and kind-hearted. In the meantime, Kang Jung Hwa (second from left) have a more challenging role. She's career minded, and is jealous of the fact that she strung two brother along all her life and along comes a 'kampung girl' (village girl) taking both the boys' hearts. Not much is explained as to why Kang's character is the way she is, though. Continue Reading
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