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Have you ever seen a heroine in a Korean drama contemplate what to do with her life while reading "Bartleby, the Scrivener"? You will if you watch Age of Youth, a romantic comedy that is much darker and deeper than you might initially expect. The show is both funny and sad at times, but it has a subtle way of making you care about the five main characters, whom I found refreshingly realistic and well-developed. I loved the soundtrack and the way each character's backstory became a mini-mystery. I loved the deft transitions between humor and tragedy. I loved that the series did not try to vilify or romanticize its characters or turn their troubles into maudlin entertainment. Most of all, I loved that the series approached serious subjects with a sense of irony and an acute understanding of how messy human relationships can be. I highly recommend this show.
This is another film that I saw a while ago, but I remember liking the plot and the cast. I would definitely recommend it.
This film reminds me of Edward Scissorhands. Fans of Song Joong Ki should love it.