Youth of May Kdrama Review

Youth of May Review

Finished watching Youth of May a few days ago. Alam ko sa simula pa lang masasaktan na ko dito but I still watched it. Hinanda ko na yung sarili ko sa pag-iyak sa totoo lang.

Youth of May

Medyo bias ako pagdating kay
Lee Do-hyun because I loved him! This guy has a lot to offer. I hope to see more projects of him.

Iba yung dating ng iyak ko dito sa pag-iyak ko sa Mr. Sunshine. Sa Mr. Sunshine kasi hindi ko matanggap yung ending, dito sa Youth of May, natanggap ko na lang na hindi lahat ng nagmamahalan eh may happy ending. Lol 

Almost all the characters here have miserable lives. So better skip it if you don't want dragging scenes and better look for a light and funny Kdrama instead.

Youth of May

But I still applaud all the cast and production of Youth of May. Especially the villain (Oh Man-seok) sya din yung villain sa CLOY. Unang kita ko pa lang sa kanya alam ko ng magpapahirap sya sa mga leads.

Youth of May

This series is not just about love, it also tackles the heartbreaking scenes that happened in Gwangju Uprising in Korea.

Youth of May

Set in 1980, during the Gwangju Uprising, Youth of May tells the story of medical student Hwang Hee-tae (Lee Do-hyun) and nurse Kim Myung-hee (Go Min-si), whose love seems destined by fate.

Hee-tae is a student who entered medical school at the top of his class. He seems to be an easygoing person, but he also has an unyielding spirit and obstinacy.

Myung-hee has worked as a nurse for the past three years. She is a lovely person, who stands up against what is not fair.

Watch Youth of May on VIU.

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