THE sequence opens with the introduction of Eun Gye-hoon (Yeo Jin-goo), a star chef whose twin sister mysteriously went lacking a few years in the past. He out of the blue turns into ‘connected’ to the feelings of a younger lady named No Da Hyun (Moon Ga Young). When he begins to expertise the identical deep emotions as Da Hyun, he steadily begins to care extra about her.
However, this isn’t the primary time sucha deep emotional connection has been felt by Gye-hoon. He used to share his twin sister’s intense emotions as effectively. For some purpose, Gye-hoon can’t escape the sensation that Da-hyun is perhaps his sister. Eventually, it’s confirmed that Da Hyun isn’t his sister but it surely involves gentle that she had met the Eun siblings previously, making it onerous to foresee the place their connection would go.
One night, catastrophe strikes. Da-hyun wakes as much as uncover a person useless at her mom’s restaurant after an unpleasant dispute. Her mom and grandmother, Na Chun-ok (Ye-su-jeong), rush to her rescue and seem a bit too relaxed as they help within the disposal of the physique, which they shove in a fridge on the road. The fridge really belongs to Gye-hoon and it was mistakenly thrown out.
Gye-hoon and Jin-ho re-roll it into their soon-to-be-opened “bistronomy” restaurant. The thriller is answered when it’s found that the stalker remains to be alive, though he was struck by a automobile after leaping out of the fridge, elevating extra considerations about his location.
Link, which describes its style as fantasy romance thriller, seems to be doing a high quality job of steadily revealing its sights. The sequence’ most blatant flaw is its overconfidence in trying to mix humour, romance, drama, and thriller into one arching storyline, all of which at the moment are creating at a slower tempo. Link: Eat, Love, Kill handles many alternative parts.
Aside from the partaking essential performances and entertaining mix of comedy and thriller, the programme exudes a way of familiarity. It’s additionally attention-grabbing how the sequence methodically brings out the hazards that ladies might face of their each day lives whereas sustaining that enjoyable thriller tone. Hints at previous occurrences give sufficient of intrigue for us to get misplaced in, and I hope the drama maintains a wholesome mixture of fantasy romance and thriller. I’m trying ahead to all the different theories on this sequence, in addition to the principle protagonists’ lovely relationship.
Cast: Yeo Jin-goo, Mun Ka-young
Director: Hong Jong-chan