(미친사랑)is a April 8, 2013 -- TV series directed by Lee Chang-Han(tvN Episodes 100) South Korea.
Yoon Mi-So ( Park Sun-Young ) was sent to the orphanage when she was a young child, but adopted by good parents at the age of 7. As an adult, Yoon Mi-So married Lee Min-Jae (Heo Tae-Hee) and they have a daughter named Hae-Ram. Even though her mother-in-law gave her a hard time, Yoon Mi-So's life was pretty good due to her husband and daughter. Then, Han Na-Young ( Kim Yeon-Ju ) entered the picture. Han Na-Young concocted a plan to destroy Yoon Mi-Soo and, because of this, Yoon Mi-Soo lost her family and happiness. She is now all alone.
At this time, Yoon Mi-So meets Seo Kyung-Soo ( Ko Se-Won ), who has been suffocated by his wife's obsession. Seo Kyung-Soo falls in love with Yoon Mi-So. Even though Seo Kyung-Soo's wife learns that her husband is in love with Yoon Mi-So, Seo Kyung-Soo and Yoon Mi-So can't give up their love………..
The term “pure love” seems to be somewhat behind the times and out of style for us living the 2013.
However, the essence of true love does not change from year to year and continues to exist.
“Unforgettable love”, “ongoing love” and “the love one wants to have now” are featured in this program.
Sitcom “Pure Love” is full of sympathy
“Pure Love” depicts realistic episodes about people in their forties and teenagers living in the same period.
“Pure Love” features so much that is familiar - numerous slips of the tongue by parents toward their children, repugnant teachers and the commonplace dates of middle and high-school students and other episodes about pleasant topics.
The viewers will share feelings and laugh not at foolish acts or extravagant characters but in true sympathy.
Adults don’t know high-school students are already grown-ups
Adolescents suffer a range of agonies, from the gap between their present self and the person that they aspire to be, school academic results that are not getting better, relationships with friends and family, one-sided love, worries surrounding the future world with which their parents cannot help them, to justice in human society and global environment issues.
Sometimes, their ideas on human relations and economic issues surpass those of their parents.
Parents in their forties are often thoughtless and childlike
They are TV dramaholics and are enchanted by entertainment celebrities. They don’t abide by the principles and regulations they set up themselves, they run into trouble by acting impetuously, and they are disloyal to their friends and have a weakness for handsome men and beautiful women. Sometimes they are like grown children.
Through this sitcom, people of the same generation will be united with sense of unity, and people of different generations will better understand each other.
In this sitcom, you will find that adolescents in school uniforms are far more mature than you imagine and men and women in their forties who are losing physical fitness gradually do not appropriately adjust themselves to their real situation.