REVIEW: You've Fallen For Me / Heartstrings (2011)


 You've Fallen For Me aka Heartstrings is a sweet and breezy romantic college drama that has simplicity as its greatest asset. There is very little conflict and the drama flows like a gentle stream. For those of you suffering from second lead syndrome on You're Beautiful , this show is just for you!!

This drama is set in a music university with a guy who has western music as his major and a girl who has traditional music as his major. Of course, they collide and love follows. Also, there is a broadway director and dance professor in the picture.

What I like in this drama is the depiction of the resemblance and love between the couple. It reminds us of the days when we fell in love for the first time or had our first crush. Anticipation of the interlocutor's interest in us, the 'he loves me-he doesn't love me' factor, feeling dizzy, secretly staring at the person we like then when eyes meet, awkward feelings that replace after that, stealing glances, gentle smile...I can on and on at this. Park Shin Hye and Jung Yong Hwa fit this type of role very well. They are more like a romantic couple, than a fight and I love that. They are great friends too and really understanding. I liked the slow growing feeling between them as their relationship progressed and for a change we got less arguments. It was refreshing to watch leads who didn't overestimate their emotions and flowed with love and spoke with their eyes.

Another great thing about this show is the camaraderie between the entire cast. Marked by a lack of conflict, there is a youthful vibe throughout the series. Also, most of the characters are charming and well defined. Drama is a kind of music and music is like a character. The soundtrack is melodious and well placed. You've Fallen For Me is filled with beautiful moments that include fun, laughter, smiles and romance. I love that the show doesn't have a love triangle. There is no room for misunderstanding that way.

What didn't work for me was the unnecessary anxiety and noble stupidity of the last episode or two. The show lost steam because of that. But otherwise, the whole trip was awesome. Korean dramas tend to feature more high school stories than college ones and that is a welcome change with these dramas set in university.

Park Shin Hye cross-dressed as a man in You're Beautiful and it's nice to see her here: colorful and feminine. She has done an excellent job in the role of a cheerful and intelligent girl. She looks beautiful. I liked Jung Yong Hwa in You're Beautiful, but I only loved him in You've Fallen For Me. He may not be a brilliant actor, but he fits the role perfectly. He was perfect when he smiled gently. The two of them have sweet and adorable chemistry and the picture is perfect together.

Song Chang Ui is great at acting as a cool director. So Yi Hyun failed to impress many people. The cutest Kang Min Hyuk!! So, very adorable and charming. The rest of the cast is also perfect.

Sweet and simple drama. I really missed it after I finished watching it.

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