K-Drama Reaction: Revolutionary Love | Finale

Despite all the setbacks, I liked how the drama ended. It’s not easy to turn things upside down and expect it to change immediately. Breaking the norm is a challenge in itself, and introducing a new normal is an even bigger challenge. But with strong will and determination, what was once a long shot became an inch closer day by day.

Change will happen slowly but surely

I want to hug Hyuk (Siwon) for his courage to turn his own bloodline in. He was able to get that sacred evidence that will pin down his father for tax evasion, and shake the company to its core. Though his father may still be acting up in prison, at least there were baby steps in the company. Madam Ahn Mi-yeon (Hwang Jung-min) is now the teamjangnim of the company cleaners, Lee Tae-Kyung ahjussi (Choi Dae-chul) is part of the finance team, and Kim Ki-sub (Seo Hyun-chul) remains with the strategic planning team. All is well that ends well with our construction trio and I am at peace with that.

But of course, we cannot leave the bad bugs behind. I always knew I hated Woo-sung hyung (Lee Jae-yoon) so much, but this finale made me lose all the hope I had left for his redemption. How can someone be so evil? All this time, he thought Hyuk was doing this because he wanted the company all on his own! My gosh, I have no words. I cannot wait for Lee Jae-yoon to have another cutie patootie role so that I can erase this Woo-sung jerk from my memory.

You cannot win in this world full of anger and hate

Out of all the disappointments I had in this drama, Je-hoon’s (Gong Myung) character ranked the highest. He was the aloof second lead guy who never really took the chance to confess to the girl he liked (who liked him back then), and as the arrogant son who hated everyone around him because of his unfavorable situation. But he is right when he said you cannot win in this world when you are full of anger and hate. It’s not late for him to start anew, and I loved him for that.

Speaking of anger, the love-hate relationship between the two mothers is one of my favorites in this drama. I love Hyuk’s mother!!! She was the only genuine person in this dramaverse for me. She loved Joon for helping Hyuk to change for the better. Her banters with Joon’s mother are all so funny.

GRUMPY ALLEY

No doubt, Yeon-hee (Kim Ye-won) and T-1000 Cheol-min (Kang Young-seok) are still my favorite couple in this drama!

Joon’s (Kang So-ra) ending was a bit off for some, but the show has always been honest about what goes on in her mind. All her life, she was determined to work part-time, but when things did not go the way she expected, she was caught off guard and was forced to think about her own future. She is still in the process of determining her own dream, and the only clear thing in her mind right now is that she wants to see the northern lights. So, let’s not be bitter about the ending and just support her, right?

Just a little trivia about our lovely cast, here are their birthdays and real age:

  • Choi Si-won – 7 April 1986 (age 31)
  • Kang So-ra – 18 February 1990 (age 27)
  • Gong Myung – 26 May 1994 (age 23)
  • Kim Ye-won – 11 December 1987 (age 30)
  • Kang Young-seok – 12 August 1991 (age 26)
  • Lee Jae-yoon – 15 December 1984 (age 32)

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