Monday, January 14, 2013

Mary Stayed Out All Night

           This drama was alright for me. It didn't leave a strong impression but it was enjoyable to watch. However, to be honest, I didn't like the way Jang Geun Suk's hair looked like in this drama. I felt that this drama was a bit too corny for me at times and very irrational at times. 
           Mary is a cheerful, young girl who has grown used to being constantly on the move to escape debtors and also used to the constant pounding on the doors by people demanding them to pay rent. She gets to know a singer named Moo Kyul in the drama, after running into him in a car. While she gets to know Moo Kyul, problems begin to rise. Mary's father was saved from debtors by an old friend named Jung Suk. He was successful in the Japanese entertainment industry. He had a secret crush on Mary's deceased mother (who looks exactly like Mary) and decides to make a deal with Mary's father. He wanted Mary to marry his son Jung In.
          Jung In came to like Mary. However, Mary not wanting to marry Jung In begged Moo Kyul to pretend to be her husband. Her father gets extremely furious upon hearing this news but then decides for Mary to spend 100 days in which she has to divide her time equally between the two suitors. Then she, herself, would have to decide who she wants to marry. In this process, Moo  Kyul and Mary began to fall in love with one another. Jung In also came to love Mary but it was a one-way love. Afterwards, Jung In decided to give up on Mary and to give her the happiness she wanted with Moo Kyul. When he did this, he was sent out by his father and afterwards ended up living with Mary and Moo Kyul for a while. This love story was very interesting as she finds herself between two suitors both good in their own ways.  Throughout the drama, there were also other conflicts between the couples including jealousy and so forth. It was a fun drama to watch and was very entertaining.

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