Well, it’s review tyme. I know it’s been a while since I’ve last posted anything. I’ve been wanting to post this for a while, but I just haven’t. So this series was simply AMAZING! Why? Because the actors and actresses played their roles so MAGNIFICENTLY.  I knew that Song Joong-Ki was an amazing actor, but this really blew me away. I really want to see Wolf Boy now and also heard some amazing reviews about the movie. So anyway, the actors and actresses were wonderful in here. The story line was just great. A little confusing at times and it lagged on an episode or two but it was worth it 100%. The only thing I don’t really understand is the ending. I’m not sure if it really happened or if it was what Kang MaRu wanted to happen. So that was the only thing. I’m glad that things really changed in the end. I thought that the evil guys would just pay for their crimes and not change, but they really did change, which is true to real life. Some people really change after doing wrong things and some don’t, but I’m glad that the writers of this drama made it the way they did.



A man is betrayed by the woman he loves. To exact revenge, the man uses another woman who lost her memory ….


Ma-Roo (Song Joong-Ki) is a promising medical student. He lives with his younger sister Cho-Ko (Lee Yoo-Bi), who suffers from poor health. Meanwhile, Jae-Hee (Park Si-Yeon) is a reporter at HBS broadcasting company. Both Ma-Roo and Jae-Hee come from poor family backgrounds, but try hard to achieve their dreams: Ma-Roo to become a doctor and Jae-Hee to become an anchorwoman.

One day, Ma-Roo goes home and finds his sister feverishly sick. While he puts socks on his ill sister, Ma-Roo receives a phone call from Jae-Hee. Jae-Hee sounds completely frantic and asks Ma-Roo to come over to save this man. Even though Ma-Roo’s sick sister begs him to not leave her, Ma-Roo rushes over to help Jae-Hee. When he arrives at the motel room, he finds Jae-Hee completely shaken and a dead man laying on the floor near her. Ma-Roo attempts to counsel Jae-Hee to turn herself in to the police. Appearing completely broken in spirit, Jae-Hee begins to call the police, but Ma-Roo hangs up the phone. He kisses Jae-Hee and then goes through the motel room to wipe away Jae-Hee’s fingerprints. Ma-Roo then tells Jae-Hee that he will take the blame and turn himself into the police.

Meanwhile, Eun-Gi (Moon Chae-Won) is the rich heiress a to family that owns the large corporation Taesan. She has been groomed to become the successor to the Taesan corporation and, consequently, shows very little emotions. When she pulls her car over in front of her home, Eun-Gi sees a woman hug her father. The woman hugging her father is Jae-Hee. In tears, Jae-Hee tells Eun-Gi “You have no idea what I did to protect you. What I just did to the man I care the most for in my life.”

6 years later, after serving a 5 year prison sentence, Ma-Roo travels to Aomori, Japan to retrieve money from a woman who swindled his friend Jae-Gil (Lee Kwang-Soo). Ma-Roo seduces the woman and retrieves the money stolen from his friend. At the same time, Eun-Gi and her now stepmother Jae-Hee are also in Aomori, Japan. Eun-Gi looks down upon her stepmother as nothing but a gold digger.

On the flight back to Korea, Ma-Roo waits to use the restroom. When the restroom door opens, Eun-Gi walks out and collapses onto Ma-Roo. Ma-Roo places Eun-Gi on the floor and walks back to his seat. Eun-Gi’s condition quickly worsens and the airplane asks if there is a doctor on the flight. Since nobody comes forward, Ma-Roo is compelled to help Eun-Gi. While administering aid to Eun-Gi, he asks for the woman’s guardian. At this time, Jae-Hee walks over to the scene and states that she is her mother. Jae-Hee also has a child next to her that is calling her mom.



Song Joong-Ki Moon Chae-Won Park Si-Yeon Kang Chan-Hee Park So-Young
Kang Ma-Roo Seo Eun-Gi Han Jae-Hee Kang Ma-Roo (young) Han Jae-Hee (young)
Yang Ik-June Lee Kwang-Soo Lee Yoo-Bi Jo Sung-Ha Kim Young-Chul
Han Jae-Sik Park Jae-Gil Kang Cho-Ko Seok Min-Hyuk Company president Seo
Lee Sang-Yeob Jin Kyung Kim Tae-Hun Oh Yong Jo Whee-Joon
Park Joon-Ha Hyun Jung-Hwa Ahn Min-Young Jo Young-Bae Seo Eun-Seok

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