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Age Of Youth aka Hello, My Twenties!
Synopsis from Wiki:
A slice-of-life story about five college students who connect over the growing pains in their youth.
Plot from Dramafever:
Han Ye Ri (Six Flying Dragons) and Park Eun Bin (Choco Bank) head an ensemble comedy about friendship, love and college tuition. University student Yoon Jin Myung (Han Ye Ri) is busy supporting herself both academically and financially, so she understandably has a severe shortage of sleep and little time for drama. Unfortunately, living with four roommates has its share of drama. There’s Song Ji Won (Park Eun Bin), whose drinking habit does nothing to tame her bright personality. There’s Jung Ye Eun (former KARA member and Secret Love star Han Seung Yeon), who is completely devoted to her boyfriend and is very clear on what she does and does not like. There’s Kang Yi Na (Descendants of the Sun actress Hwa Young), whose popularity comes almost exclusively from her stellar good looks. And then there’s Yoo Eun Jae (Yong Pal alum Park Hye Soo), who is rather timid but has a very unique taste in men. Together, they navigate the many challenges that life will throw their way because, well, what else are roommates for?
Also known as, Hello, My Twenties!
Why I liked this drama:
It is so very relatable. You will find yourself relating to one of the girls. I found I related the most to Yoon Jin Myung. The plot is realistic and deals with real life problems. Not one episode was boring and it definitely kept my interest. The actresses and actors skills were not lacking what so ever and each character grew, showed different emotions and facial expressions. You see yourself in each character and really felt the sisterhood that developed on the show.
I definitely give this 5 monster talons out of 5.
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