Choi Kang Soo is a deliveryman. In spite of his humble beginnings, Choi Kang Soo is fearless and gives it all in everything he does. Lee Dan Ah is another delivery worker. She hates her current socioeconomic status so much that she, like many young people, calls her country “Hell Joseon.” Lee Dan Ah is so focused on making money and changing her life that she has no time for men. But when she comes across the charming Choi Kang Soo, her attitude is due to be moved.
Together, Choi Kang Soo and Lee Dan Ah have a budding competition and romance in their quest for glory. And, for them, glory means being like rich folk Lee Jin Yoon and Oh Jin Gyu. They compete to conquer life but, as our two delivery workers soon learn, being the strongest does not guarantee success.
I finished watching this a couple of days ago. I have to admit that the reason I started watching it is solely because of Chae Soo Bin. After her guest role in Love in The Moonlight and main role in Rebel: Thief Who Stole The People I loved her acting. Since both of those dramas are periodic dramas her acting this time around would be quite different. Thankfully, she didn’t disappoint!
The story in this drama develops pretty well, though the fact that they manage to beat a huge successful company by hanging in there for a mere 6 months, doesn’t come across as realistic to me. Most of the actors do a great job, but I can’t really get to like the main character. He’s to ignorant and naive and it certainly doesn’t justify his actions for justice. I’m sure that others will disagree with me on that point, but it sure as hell won’t work in real life. I loved the two support roles, Jang Dong Soo and Soon Ae. They were so quirky and fun! The same can be said about Baek Gong Gi, or Holy Noodles.
All in all, the drama was good. It was pretty light to watch with bits of romance and drama. There weren’t anything groundbreaking, but that wasn’t expected either. If you’re looking for a good drama with a light story that’s easy to follow, do check this one out!