Friday, July 19, 2024

Weekend Recommendation: Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha – A Korean Drama That Teaches The Art Of Living Life Without Any Regrets  


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This weekend discover your life’s purpose with Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha – amazing Korean drama that has resonating life lessons throughout the series. The world around us is already wounded because of the pandemic, because of the life losses, because of an uncertain future and because of stark realities of life that have now started bothering us. We all knew, all along, that there is a possibility of getting drenched despite carrying an umbrella in the rain but when we actually got drenched it was depressing to say the least.

In this situation, Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha will act as a healer, as a balm to sooth your nerves and as a companion who will help you pour your heart out and get ready to face the life again with a renewed zeal and energy.

The series gives important life lessons

The series is a lesson in personal healing. It gives some important suggestions on how to remain strong even when the life seems to be unfair and most importantly how to keep loving everyone around you even when they are not reciprocating. It also says that one should not judge others as we never know what the other person may be going through or have gone through in their life.

The drama has 16 episodes and each one touches the very core of a human heart. It is a story of love, setbacks, healing and appreciating life all over again. While the story often drifts towards life lesson the focus remains romance between two individuals.

The drama is a remake of Mr Handy, Mr Hong – a 2004 Korean movie. Its main cast includes Shin Min-a as Yoon Hye-jin, Shim Hye-yeon as child Yoon Hye-jin, Oh Ye-joo as teenage Yoon Hye-jin, Kim Seon-ho as Hong Du-sik and Song Min-jae as child Hong Du-sik.

The series is available on Netflix and has been appreciated by the fans across the globe. It also became one of the most watched non-English shows on Netflix.

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