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Hello, Me! (2021)

The Sh'Pill:

When Ban Ha-ni’s teenage self appears from the past to help her with her present self, will she allow her inner child to help heal the adult wounds and regrets she’s suffered so long or will she repeat the same decisions that got her there in the first place?

The Pharma 5 Watch Guide!

Best Time To Watch:

This is great for any time. You don’t have to be cautious about jumping in. It’s bright, bubbly, and light hearted… even when it’s not.

Prescribed For:

Suitable for both teens and adults, it’s a great way to unwind. This is the perfect thing to watch if you’re feeling stressed.

Side Effects:

This drama is filled with positive messages about self-love that will leave you feeling inspired. The wonder of the possibilities that flash in your head about connecting with your younger self is the deepest impartation you’ll be left with.

Cast & Chemistry:

All of the characters are interesting to me, and their personal growth journeys fascinate me. Yoo Hyun’s amusing relationship with his father, Han Ji Man, is another highlight. Ji Man proves to be one of the few respectable chaebols. This couple has the cutest petty squabbling chemistry, which I enjoyed watching.

Addiction Level:

2.5 Cocktails: Leaves you a bit intoxicated in the best way possible. A little stumble here or there but not enough to prevent getting to sleep or through work after watching.


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Despite how traumatic it was, accepting your past and realizing that you can move on is a lifelong process. This drama is a fantasy comedy about a 37-year contract worker and her 17-year-old self, who time travel to the present and end up sharing a house together. The central theme is about how, rather than getting stuck in our unhappy past, we should live freely in the present. Thus, the message is successfully communicated through the story.
Hard Pill to Swallow
Hello Me! is a predictable story full of clichés such as: a troubled FL, a childish ML, a chance job offer, the doomsday truck, unwelcomed misunderstandings, and childhood connections. The story wasn’t perfect, but it was well-executed; while it was somewhat predictable, it was still an exciting and fun journey.



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This drama is unique in its own right and adorably sweet in its own way. It’s an easy thing to take in. It has the power to brighten even the darkest of days with its heartwarming message and great sense of humor. It does not necessitate a lot of mental or emotional effort. It’s a drama you can watch that’ll teach you a few things while also being entertaining.

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