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Dull, tired & tedious. Don't waste your time.
Both versions (this & Korean) had their good & bad points. I did enjoy this version, even after having watched the Korean version a few times. My biggest criticism of this version is the very lacking character development for Jeremy. While they hit most (not all) of the milestones for Jeremy, much of what he does in this version doesn't really make sense, because they've eliminated so much of what was needed to really understand the 'Jeremy' character. On the other hand, there were times when I appreciated the more concise approach in this drama; eliminating a fair amount of unsubstantial fluff.
I thought Lee Seung Gi only had one character type in him, however I'm pleased to see he has more. The story is fun, but I couldn't shake the feeling that I was watching a 'Readers Digest' version of "In Time With You". Moon Chae Won was enjoyable. Overall, it's a good watch.