“Oasis” heralds a well-made youth K-drama from first episode
Three young people of “Oasis” dominated the small screen. A well-made work with warm messages, depth and emotions is expected.
In the first episode of KBS2’s Monday-Tuesday drama “Oasis” (written by Jung Hyung Soo, directed by Han Hee) on March 6th, the youth story in the 80s~90s surrounding the characters Oh Jung Shin (Seol In Ah), Lee Doo Hak (Jang Dong Yoon) and Choi Chul Woong (Choo Young Woo) started.
These teenagers were passionate and cute young people of the 80s. The beautiful Oh Jung Shin was many male students’ idol.
There were two young people who had their eyes on Jung Shin. Doo Hak and Chul Woong have been friends for a long time due to their family circumstances, but indirectly, they were master and servant. Doo Hak thought that his father owed Chul Woong’s house money, so he unknowingly treated Chul Woong like a young master.
Although Doo Hak had a brilliant brain, he always had to put himself down for Chul Woong, who did not want to lose. Jung Shin, who accepted the two as friends, spent her teenage years with them pleasantly and cheerfully.
Jung Shin said she would make the person she likes her boyfriend after watching them for a year. The two young men struggled in their own ways to catch Jung Shin’s attention.
In the meantime, a situation arose when Doo Hak beat Chul Woong and became the top student in school. Chul Woong, who didn’t want to lose, showed his competitiveness, saying “You tried to get to 1st place because of Jung Shin, right?”.
How will the relationship between the two friends, whose friendship is stronger than relatives, develop when they are in front of their new love Oh Jung Shin? How will the life of Jung Shin be when she stands in between these two men? The intense growing pain of these three people began here.
Set in Korea’s turbulent history from the 1980s to the 1990s, this drama depicts the story of three young people who fight fiercely to protect their own dreams, friendship, and the one and only first love in their lives.
Actors Jang Dong Yoon, Choo Young Woo, and Seol In Ah began to knock on the hearts of viewers by portraying various faces with different emotions, jealousy, passion, love, and friendship. As “Youth of May” was loved by viewers, attention is focused on whether this youth drama, which also depicts stories of a similar period of time, will also receive compliments as a well-made work.