I ❤ you, Heart to Heart.
Cha Hong Do (Choi Kang Hee) blushes severely when someon looks at her and that made her develop social phobia. She meets psychiatrist Ko Yi Seok (Chun Jung Myung) and decides to seek help so that she can date her crush Jang Doo Soo (Lee Jae Yoon) who is a police officer. Seeking help from Ko Yi Seok doesn’t go as planned when the two fall in love…
Meet Ko Yi Seok, the worst psychiatric you could ever meet. Ko Yi Seok’s good looks are the sweetest thing about him. He is a jerk to everyone; his girlfriend, friends, and patients. He gets caught drinking while treating a patient and thus has to accept work that he sees as being ‘beneath’ him.
Ko Yi Seok forces Cha Hong Do to go around without her helmet, shouts at her and is basically the worst doctor imaginable. His “method” of treatment only works with Cha Hong Do and she soon learns to be comfortable around him. Even without her treatment he has to have her around him with no clear reason and thus their romance begins…
Cha Hong Do goes around town wearing a helmet because of her social phobia. The best (and worst…?) time of her life begins after she meets Ko Yi Seok.
Detecive Jang is a nice and understanding man. Cha Hong Do has had a crush on him for years and their odd friendship has lasted just as long. After Ko Yi Seok enters the picture, Detective Jang and Cha Hong Do’s relationship begins to change.
Ko Se Ro (Ahn So Hee, an ex Wonder Girls member) is Ko Yi Seok’s little sister. She is an aspiring actor who goes after Detective Jang. Like I guessed, we have lots of romance in this drama!
So what’s best about this drama?
Absolutely Ko Yi Seok and his chemistry with Cha Hong Do. They are a couple that I wouldn’t have guessed out to be from the beginning. They are very different but at the same time they do belong together.
Ko Yi Seok is the only one that can make Cha Hong Do act and live like a normal human being and while he is helping her, she is healing him in return. Gotta love symbiosis. ❤
Their couple moments steal your attention from the beginning. Their conversations and fights are real and not over done. Also, what is more to this series, we have quite a bit of skinship and initiative taken by the woman in their relationship.
Join me in watching this wonderful drama!