The Interest of Love: The Interest of Love
February 10, 2023 5:55 PM - Season 1 (Full Season) - Subscribe

In this introspective melodrama romance, four individuals work at a bank and become involved in a love square. Their relationships bring up histories, insecurities, and thoughts around love.

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Fiction Horizon Review: Love and Finances Mix in a Very Standard Korean Drama -- "For all intents and purposes, the show is very watchable and tells the story of two people who at first seem to be perfect for each other but then are not, but then yes, they are, once again. This back and forth between will they or will they not? It can become a bit annoying as the story progresses, but there is a part of the audience that will definitely eat up this classic story, and this is the part of the audience the series is made for. If you are not already a fan of the genre, then The Interest of Love will not make you a new fan, that is for sure. ... while everything seems to be working on a surface level, we can say that the characters themselves, a problem with the writing, not the actors, can feel a bit frustrating. Our leading man, for example, can be annoying to watch as he tries to navigate the waters of love, and our leading lady defaults into a beautiful girl with a heart of ice. The mission is to melt her heart and make her act like a human being. 16 episodes of that can be a bit too much, especially when each of the episodes is longer than an hour."
posted by oh yeah! (1 comment total)
I found this one to be a bit of a slog. It's frustratingly angsty, rather than cathartically angsty. It's pretty enough, as far as the actors/cinematography/OST go. But in the end, I'm not sure what the point of it all was.
posted by oh yeah! at 6:06 PM on February 10

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