I can"t make a decision whether "Because It"s the primary Time" in reality needs its two leads characters to get in combination or not. With Tae-oh, Song-yi helps to keep alternating between being a jerk and being emotionally needy, all whilst insisting there"s no mutual attraction. I"ve noticed your complete "combative courting is evidence they will have to be together" endless times...in fiction. When I see it take place in genuine lifestyles generally they just genuinely dislike every other yet don"t have any greater friends. Tae-oh and Song-yi glance more like a true couple than a fictional one in that regard.
Or perhaps it"s just overall incompetence. i love how the flustered Tae-oh keeps charging appropriate after Se-hyeon, who is certainly a lot more sexy and cool than Song-yi. Se-hyeon is repeatedly on the topic of out of patience with Tae-oh getting distracted via Song-yi-who-is-totally-not-my-love-interest, yet again and again Tae-oh"s just slightly ready to get a notice in edgewise and stay his probabilities alive. The aprobation scene is a smart highlight, as for all her best possible efforts Se-hyeon is not able to deter Tae-oh"s newest attempt.
Elsewhere, Ga-rin just states what her emotions are unambiguously and of route none of her buddies have any concept how to react. This much is particularly funny when later we get more context implying that Ga-rin makes some of these statements everyday publically and whenever nobody ever has any idea how to react to them. It"s a excellent thing Ga-rin doesn"t really be expecting anything else in return.
That"s the kind of young consumer good judgment "Because It"s the 1st Time" excels at. Its central team of characters need emotional give a spice up to and stability, but they don"t actually need a relationship, so they are trying to get these items without extracting definite commitments. This used to be what turned into truly going on with Song-yi"s request to are living together. Sure, it sounds all serious, but she supposed that very literally. Song-yi just sought after a position to hang out between all the ones part-time jobs, it wasn"t an definite plan, just an indefinite one.
"Because It"s the First Time" is so easy to narrate to. Here is a drama about those who don"t have any real roots. author Jeong Hyeon-jeong neither romanticizes the way of living of those characters nor does she pity them. They just life life on their lonesome terms, one day at a time, saving the moments of emotional genuflection for when they"re absolutely necessary. It"s a bittersweet story- well, story"s no longer really the proper word. The plot, similar to the characters, doesn"t appear to be going anywhere.
Review by William Schwartz
"Because It"s the First Time" is directed by Lee Jeong-hyo, written by Jeong Hyeon-jeong and contours Minho, Park So-dam, Kim Min-jae-I, Jo Hye-jeong, Lee I-kyeong, Eugene Jung, Yoona and more.