We Broke Up – Web – Review

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Ji Won Yeong is an aspiring musician and the lead singer of a band while No Woo Ri works at a fashion company. The two met at one of Won Yeong’s gigs and their relationship blossomed. Soon, they agreed to live together. Things got complicated when they both decided to break up.

Due to complications with the security deposit and the loan on the apartment, the two have no choice but to keep living together as roommates until the contract is up and when they’re financially able to leave…

Native and/or alternative titles: 우리 헤어졌어요; URI HEEOJYEOSSEOYO
Year: 2015
Countries: South Korea
Languages: Korean
Genre: Music, Romance, Youth
Director: Kim Yong Wan, Kim Ki Yoon
Writer: Jeon Seon Yeong
Cast: Park Sandra, Kang Seung Yoon, Kang Seung Hun, Jang Ki Yong, Lee Bum Kyu


Despite it being a short web-drama it was in one word – Incredible!! I absolutely adored this tiny drama about youth, music and love. The character development was brilliant and harmonious. Also, the storyline was beautifully played out. I was especially taken aback with Sandara and Kang Seung Yoon’s acting. I did not expect them to be this good due to them being idols first. But they both had a sweet and lovely chemistry and their interactions were perfect. The icing on the cake was the music which was perfect in every scene (maybe because YG was involved :P) But no matter what, this drama definitely deserves a watch and I am sure you won’t regret watching this.

‘We Broke Up’ has good music and good character development in such short duration. Only negative thing is that it is too short.

  • Story: 9/10
  • Acting/cast: 9/10
  • Music/Sound: 10/10
  • Overall: 9/10

Have you seen ‘We Broke Up’? If yes, what do you think about this web series? If not, does it sound interesting to you? Comment below!

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A Korea-phile by nature~ Love everything Asian and originally from India. Fluent in Korean language and knows Chinese language as well. Has Masters in East Asian Studies (with special interest in Korean culture and politics)

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