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Published on 11/19/2018
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Esom and Seo Kang Joon-led romantic series has finally ended. And here is our K-drama Third Charm review.

That awkward moment in seeing Seo Kang Joon in eyeglasses and braces was just unbelievable. He looked comic and pretty ugly, though he still had that charm in him. Playing the character Young Joon in this series is way too different from his previous two characters in Are You Human, Too? where he played as a cyborg/robot and a royal pain third-generation chaebol. (He just proves he is a great actor!)

Esom’s character Young Jae was a bright one. But she changed when tragic things happened in her life, which is just too real. She even fell into depression when she lost her little daughter to an accident. (Gosh, it was because of a cat! Pity child.) Not only that, she also tried to kill herself. We can just imagine how painful it would be to lose a child.

The storyline was indeed, in my opinion, a realistic one. They were lovers during Young Joon’s college days, while Young Jae already worked her up as a hairdresser, which was her ambition.

The two characters’ differences made them go their separate ways. However, they met again some years later, doing their own jobs. They got back together but ended up splitting up again.

In the end, it was left hanging for the audience to make the happy ending for the two lead characters. They went their separate ways once again. I thought it would be different the last time, though. Anyway, that was the twist there — not giving the audience what they want for a story’s ending. We can’t have it all, after all.

To the crew and staff, job well done! In this Third Charm review, we give this K-drama 4 stars out of 5. Cheers!

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