“18 again” Tells the story of a husband named Hong Dae Young who is on the verge of divorce but finds himself back in his body when he was at the prime of his life 18 years ago. He ends up changing his name to Go Woo Young when he becomes 18- years-old again. Meanwhile, his wife Jung Da Jung joins the workforce as an anchorwoman later on in life after raising their 18-year-old twins. Based on the American film “17 Again.”
Although its a remake but an amazing comedy drama.it also give a good lesson but in a funny way!
Korean Drama : 18 Again – Memorable Quotes About Love And Life.
There are some memorable quotes from this drama about love and life that I want to share with you guys…
On rainy days, people can measure how big their love is. Even when they share umbrellas, as everyone holds them at different angles, it’s clearly visible how big their love is. So love and rain come hand and hand.
No matter how hard life gets, never regret anything that made you smile.
Violence isn’t the right way, but there are times you shouldn’t put up with bullying.
When are those times?
When you need to protect something dear to your heart.
Sometimes, thinking and acting simple is the best.
As a married couple, if we sat down and had an honest conversation. And had I known that my partner struggled as much as I did all this time, I would’ve thanked him and been able to comfort him.
I had forgotten that if I treat her like a gem, she can shine so bright like now. I wanted her to be loved all her life. But i used my busy life as an excuse and made her into my wife and the mother of my children.
At school and in life, as long as you’re good at one thing, nobody can look down on you.
A smile of my loved one. Time you spent with your family. When I had them. I didn’t know how precious they had been.
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