Even though times change and our relationships with our family changes, our affection for them is timeless. The drama is about affection that is the foundation of family. Dong Jin is the eldest son in a family of 3 sons. He is dutiful and responsible but due to character clash, he has gone through divorce with his ex-wife, Ji Hye, whom he shares a child with. Dong Jin then starts a new romance with Eun Ho whom he works with
The only reason to watch this is for Park Shin Hye & joo Sang Wook...
- Overall 8
- Story 7
- Acting/Cast 9
- Music 7
- Rewatch Value 5
Story- Your average family drama. It wasn't as funny as I thought it was going to be. The plot was very good but there were too many episodes. It really doesnt start to get good till 15 episodes in. The ending was welcomed although the way they wrote the romance between Lee Min Jung's character and the second brother was a little rushed so thier ending was kind of like "Say what?" Thier characters were underused and their romance could have filled up more space and made the story more interesting.
Acting/Cast- Very good acting by the main characters of course but I did find thier pairing a bit strange. I
mean JSW is more than 10 yrs older than PSH. The supporting cast all filled their roles well. As I said though LMJ was quite underused and I thought her character was cute/funny.
Music- Average OST; nothing memorable but fit the scenes well.
Rewatch- Its rewatchable but because the story is so average I'm not sure Id watch this again or not.
Overall Kimcheed Radishes is very good but would have been much more enjoyable if cut by 14 episodes. Id say watch for the leads.
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They're both about secret family matters. Both very funny, bit longer than your typical 16 to 24 episodes, and a very good family show. But mostly alike on the secret family matter :) I love them both ^^
The shows have similar plots about secret births and rich and middle class families becoming in-laws.