Yoo Tan is the leader and vocalist of an indie band called One More Time, a band he started with his childhood friends ten years ago. The indie band flourished for a while even boldly refusing to succumb to the establishment at one point. But Tan is getting older, the popularity of his band is dwindling, and life isn’t getting any easier financially, so he eventually signs with a music label. While enduring the difficult conditions inherent at a major music label, an unforeseeable event takes place sweeping Tan up in it: An unwanted time leap which allows him to journey back in time to regain his girlfriend.
To be honest, One More Time is just another cliche love story, To begin, it took a little time before I became interested in the story – fall in love, raging from a tough life, dealing with death, regretting the decision and so all. But with all the fantasy things happening, it shows progressively the unique vibes of the story.
Character-wise-it’s relatable as every one of us experience the kind of struggles in our career and personal life. Sometimes we want to undo all the bad things and make it right. We take for granted our loved ones and it was too late to realize. The twist made the plot considerably good to watch. And though I find the two leads chemistry off from my taste, this drama still worth watching.
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