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‘Eye Love You’ (2024) Netflix Series Review - When Language is Not a Barrier

Yuri Motomiya, with her unique ability to hear others' innermost thoughts, has resigned herself to giving up on love. However, everything changes when she encounters a Korean student named Yoon Tae Oh.

Neerja Choudhuri - Thu, 22 Feb 2024 19:01:52 +0000 1369 Views
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Dear readers, let's begin this by imagining a scenario - imagine having the ability to hear every innermost thought, every fleeting emotion, and every unspoken desire. For Yuri Motomiya, a talented, beautiful, driven CEO, this isn't just a fantasy—it's her reality. Life isn't easy when you can effortlessly tap into the minds of those around you, experiencing their joys, sorrows, and everything in between. She selflessly helps others, often without their knowledge. But beneath her altruism lies a deep-seated fear: the fear of falling in love. Despite her desire to understand the language of the heart, she's hesitant to open herself up to the vulnerability that comes with romantic entanglements. She is protective of her heart and doesn't want heartbreak from hearing others' thoughts.

Yet, as fate would have it, love finds a way to break through her defenses, leading her on a journey of self-discovery, growth, and ultimately, acceptance of her extraordinary gift and the possibility of finding true happiness.

As fate would have it, Yuri's routine takes an unexpected turn when she orders food out of hunger one day. The delivery guy leaves a small note, suggesting a dish from the restaurant. This simple gesture evolves into a ritual, with notes exchanged each time he drops off her order. Little does she know, this delivery boy is none other than our protagonist, Yoon Tae Oh- a charming Korean student. Their paths cross unexpectedly, oblivious to the anonymous notes they share, as they collide for the first time. He captivates her with his brightness, humor, and the allure of his kind and friendly nature. It's a moment of love at first sight. For the first time, Yuri opens up to the idea of falling in love because why not? The right person can always make you fall in love. And so it happened between our protagonists.

As Yuri grapples with her inability to comprehend his thoughts, she feels an inexplicable attraction towards him. Their affection grows mutual. Yoon Tae Oh also falls deeply for Yuri. However, their love encounters hurdles. Will Yuri's extraordinary power jeopardize their budding romance? Can they navigate the complexities and uncertainties to safeguard their love?

"Eye Love You" is a delightful romantic comedy with a refreshingly unique take on love. The brisk pace of the show ensures viewers remain engaged, while the stunning depiction of Japan's winter scenery adds a picturesque backdrop to the unfolding romance. Chae Jong Hyeop, in the role of  Yoon Tae Oh, delivers a compelling performance, balancing humor and sincerity with finesse. Opposite Help, Fumi Nikaido shines as Yuri Motomiya, skillfully embodying the character's complexities and emotions. Together, they create a chemistry that feels authentic, making "Eye Love You" a heartwarming and enjoyable watch for audiences seeking a charming love story. This Japanese Korean blend is your perfect rom-com show for the weekend. Here's hoping the forthcoming episodes keep us engaged too.

Final Score- [8/10]
Reviewed by - Neerja Choudhuri
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Publisher at Midgard Times



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