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ESC to close 3.91 (by 155 users)iriwa anajwo 이리와 안아줘
  • 2018
  • TV
  • Korea

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romanized iriwa anajwo
native
english Come And Hug Me
aka come here and hug me, come here and give me a hug

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genres drama, romance

Language

language Korean

Production

country Korea
type real
format TV
network MBC

Release

date 16 May, 2018 - 19 Jul, 2018
episodes 32
duration 35 minutes
air day Wednesday, Thursday
at 22:00 - 23:10
status released

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avg. score 3.91 of 5 by 155 users
total users 339
rating 606
favorites 4

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Chae Do Jin
main
Han Jae I
main
Yun Hui Jae
main
Yun Hyeon Mu
supporting
Chae Ok Hui
supporting
Chae So Jin
supporting

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22 Aug, 2018
This is a show I went in to fully expecting the melodrama and pain. I honestly did not read that much about it and was just kind of expecting something akin to “Just Between Lovers.” I was pleasantly surprised to find that, despite the darker story elements and the nature of the plot, it really wasn’t all that melodramatic or painful. It was intense and emotional, for sure. But nothing too “makjang” or over-the-top. I loved the character of Nak Won and how she went against the stereotype of what her character would typically be in this sort of story (full of blame, self-pity, and anger). Instead, she was warm-hearted and strong despite having to deal with some serious PTSD. Her love and support of Na Moo truly warmed my heart…she never blamed him for what his father did and the scene of her younger self getting out of the car and giving him a hug, telling him he had to keep on living...gave me goosebumps.



Na Moo himself was a heartwarming character—steadfast and loyal. He was so, so sweet. But something about him (I don’t know if this is a flaw in the writing or simply elements of his actor, Jang Ki Yong) just never had me that engaged with his character. There was virtually no chemistry between him and Nak Won, except with their younger counter-parts who were A-MA-ZING. And I think because of this, I couldn’t really get that into later parts of this drama. Even though the pace of the story was fine, it felt like it lagged and I just wanted it to be over, which is a shame given the initial fervor I went into it with. I still think this is a lovely and entertaining drama. I just wish I had loved it more in the end.
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purtysunshine 22 Aug, 2018
This is a show I went in to fully expecting the melodrama and pain. I honestly did not read that much about it and was just kind of expecting something akin to “Just Between Lovers.” I was pleasantly surprised to find that, despite the darker story elements and the nature of the plot, it really wasn’t all that melodramatic or painful. It was intense and emotional, for sure. But nothing too “makjang” or over-the-top. I loved the character of Nak Won and how she went against the stereotype of what her character would typically be in this sort of story (full of blame, self-pity, and anger). Instead, she was warm-hearted and strong despite having to deal with some serious PTSD. Her love and support of Na Moo truly warmed my heart…she never blamed him for what his father did and the scene
of her younger self getting out of the car and giving him a hug, telling him he had to keep on living...
gave me goosebumps.
 
Na Moo himself was a heartwarming character—steadfast and loyal. He was so, so sweet. But something about him (I don’t know if this is a flaw in the writing or simply elements of his actor, Jang Ki Yong) just never had me that engaged with his character. There was virtually no chemistry between him and Nak Won, except with their younger counter-parts who were A-MA-ZING. And I think because of this, I couldn’t really get that into later parts of this drama. Even though the pace of the story was fine, it felt like it lagged and I just wanted it to be over, which is a shame given the initial fervor I went into it with. I still think this is a lovely and entertaining drama. I just wish I had loved it more in the end.
golden91 02 Jul, 2018
The first 18-19 episodes were good! I really liked it ! and just now finished episode 20! However,
from experience with kdrama usually if the two main character have fun before the last episodes I know that either one will die/both or they will get separated forever!
I hope none of what I am expecting will happen!
golden91 02 Jul, 2018
The first 18-19 episodes were good! I really liked it ! and just now finished episode 20! However,
from experience with kdrama usually if the two main character have fun before the last episodes I know that either one will die/both or they will get separated forever!
I hope none of what I am expecting will happen!
milisia 02 Jun, 2018
After 12 episodes i'm so hooked up! I didn't expect, that i will be so emotional, about this title. Anyway i just LOVE Chae Do Jin, character. I mean, his sacrife is just unbelievable. And i really wish him the best, and that the words of his father, are just psychotic babbling. I'm still not sure about Yun Hyeon Mu
i read some comments, that because his dream is to be acknowledge by his father, he will be his puppet from prison, and i totally see that :/ i pitied him, for few seconds, but..mehh


Anyway i really ship CDJ x HJI, i hope that HJI brother will be more ..hmm accepting? i understand his point of view, but CDJ didn't do nothing wrong :/ he just wanted some healthy relationship in his life, just this one time, and didn't know, that it will end that way :/
cleciane 28 May, 2018
já comecei sofrendo e amando <3
naku 18 May, 2018
Awesome start. I feel like this is going to be one of my favorite dramas this year.
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