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A Korean drama that will teach you to always treasure your friendships and keep pursuing your dreams no matter what.
Record of Youth follows the story of three young people who are in the process of achieving their own dreams despite the hardships and rejections.
Sa Hye-Jun (Park Bo-Gum) is a popular part-time model who has a huge dream of becoming an actor but is having a hard time finding gigs. Meanwhile, Jeong-Ha (Park So-Dam) is an aspiring makeup artist who is also living her life as a solid fangirl of Sa Hye-Jun. Won Hae-Hyo (Byeon Woo-Seok) is a model-turned-actor who came from a rich family and is Hye-Jun’s best friend.
Hye-Jun and Jeong-Ha find comfort and love in each other as they learn how to fully support their individual dreams.
Moreover, this drama also portrays the genuine friendship between Hye-Jun and Hae-Hyo who are in the same industry, but are not enjoying the same level of popularity. As they build their own career, jealousy could exist; nevertheless, they remain true and sincere to one another.
The drama first aired on September 7, 2020 until October 27, 2020 with a total of 16 episodes. Each episode will make you tear up out of sheer connection with the characters who are going through difficulties the same way we do.
Record of Youth may not have been the talk of town, but because of its relatable story about pursuing dreams, it is worth the watch. Undeniably, it’s a reminder to our inner self to never give up, to keep going, and to be a fan of your own race.
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Contributed by Hannah Patricia Tibayan