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A mother and wife who has a past that her husband and mother-in-law are unaware of. A TV series that addresses school bullying where parents of the victims are helpless to stop the constant bullying. She’s a mom who prefers watching TV soap operas over the news and has zero interest in politics. Without much of an education, she’s ignorant about most matters. But she once was a gang member in her high school days and will wield a long knife to protect her child. When her daughter is bullied at school, she goes to meet the school principal and guess what happens? The school bullying was just the tip of the iceberg of myriad problems at the school that was rotten from the very top. The corruption among the private school board members has created a dangerous environment for the kids. What should be done?
- Native Title: 앵그리맘
- Romanization: Aenggeurimam
- Type: Drama
- Country: South Korea
- Director: Ashbun
- Genres: Comedy, School, Drama, Family, Melodrama
- Episodes: 16
- Aired: Mar 18, 2015 – May 7, 2015
- Aired On: Wednesday, Thursday
- Original Network: MBC
- Duration: 1 hr. 10 min.
- Type: Drama
- No. of Episodes: 16
- Quality: 720p NF WEB-DL
- Audio: Korean
- Subtitles: English
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Angry Mom (2015) Korean Drama Review
I had my own share of doubts at Angry Mom before starting watching it. You must already know I am a romance story fanatic and that’s one big reason why I skipped this drama for two years. I can’t waste my time in something I have no interest on and it was just so clear when I read the plot that I won’t be getting any.
But people do mature in time–maybe in days, months or years and preference do change. At my twenties, through watching a ton of dramas per days, I discovered a good story and a good cast would let me live even without the romance as long as there’s consistency, great acting and good pacing then why not?
Doubts aside, as I felt I was ready to watch this drama, I told myself I’ll have an open mind and wouldn’t expect too much. Kim Hee Sun is a seasoned actress–her character at the center of the entire story–and I don’t have any doubts with her, but I don’t know her enough to trust the high school student character would fit her, but this bad ass woman had me surprised in her performance as Jo Kang Ja (also Jo Bang Wool). To say, it was outstanding with a lot of heart.
Angry Mom tells the story of an ordinary mother, Jo Kang Ja (Kim Hee Sun), who discovers the bullying her daughter, Oh Ah Ran (Kim Yoo Jung), is going through and with a determination of a parent wanting to protect her child at all cost, she decides to solve everything in her own hands when she learns no one is going to help her and she can trust nobody in this world to help her protect this child.
Suddenly the timid mother who strives the hardest to make a home, goes back to being a high school student with the aid of her best friend, Han Gong Juu (Go Soo Hee), to solve the mystery behind the bullying of her daughter, Ah Ran. Kang Ja pretends to be Jo Bang Wool, a 19-ish student who causes a lot of trouble on her first day back at school.
Because Kang Ja is just so angry and desperate at whoever laid their hands on her daughter, in her school uniform, she unleashes the badass-ness she once had as a gangster girl during her teens and attacks Go Bok Dong (Jisoo), who she has strong suspicions of that has something to do with the beating and psychological trauma Ah Ran received, knocks down her new homeroom teacher, Park No Ah (Ji Hyun Woo), during their childish brawl and challenges the almighty student president, Hong Sang Tae (B1A4’s Baro).
The school is turned upside down and suddenly every secret kept starts to come to light once Kang Ja starts her own investigation.
However, as Kang Ja, digs deeper into the center of the main issue, she discovers something even darker going on in the place that should be nurturing and protecting her child and all the other students–school.
I truly enjoyed this one despite the inevitable flaws in relationship build up. Just like the friendship Ah Ran and Sang Tae built without my knowledge and their sudden relationship status change from friends to couple. It is a bit unsupported that you will sometimes think, ‘are they really together now?’. There’s also the teasing, barely-but-there love triangle between Bok Dong, Kang Ja and No Ah that was spoiled to the end.
I would love to see if Kang Ja can end up with No Ah because that’s more plausible than falling in love with a high school student, but I guess, that’s not just possible since the theme of this drama doesn’t focus on that kind of love, but the love of parents to their children and children to their parents. So, I am not that disappointed by the wasted ships. My ships sank but so what?
The drama is great that way, even without the ships.
So, if you want something different, away from your usual chick-flicks, I recommend you see ‘Angry Mom’. It’s kind of angsty, with a bunch of melodrama, crying and thought provoking issues. But hey, who doesn’t want something to cry over on every once in a while? Plus, it’s so heartfelt, so raw you can relate and sympathize to.