A lot of the media surrounding this is all about Rain. That’s fine. I love him and appreciate the work he has done in Come Back, Mister for his body and his slightly improved comic timing (which, let’s face it, was fine even naturally). There is so much more to this drama though. The complications with mixing the desire to find redemption and justice to the sadness that goes one when a loved one is lost.
[to be continued…]
Come Back, Mister 돌아와요 아저씨
Also known as: Come Back, Ahjussi / Please Come Back, Mister
Previously known as: Hello My Precious / Goodbye My Beloved
Genre: Melodrama, comedy
Broadcast network: SBS
Broadcast period: 2016-Feb-24 to 2016-Apr-14
Lee Honey as Song Yi Yeon (30s)
Lee Tae Hwan as Choi Seung Jae (30, Gi Tak’s right-hand man)
Lee Re as Kim Ha Na (9, Young Soo & Da Hye’s daughter)
Park In Hwan as Kim Noh Gap (70s, Young Soo’s father)
Ra Mi Ran as Ma Ya
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*4 episode test – An unofficial test that is given to Korean dramas in the dramaverse. First taught to me by India of DramaDebussie.com, it is basically a trial watch of a drama. If after 4 episodes, it does not progress well, you drop it without any conscience.