Kim Suni (Lee Young-lan) is an elderly Korean woman living in the US. One day she receives a phone call about the sale of her old family house in South Korea. Suni decides to travel back to her homeland, where she meets her granddaughter Eun-joo (Park Bo-young) who coincidentally looks exactly like her as a teenager. As soon as granny Suni steps inside her property she starts reminiscing the good old times, remembering when she lived there 47 years ago. Overcome by emotions she has to recount her whole life story to her granddaughter.
After her father’s death Nineteen-year-old Suni (Park Bo-young, again) and her family moved to the countryside. Once there, slime-ball Ji-tae (Yoo Yeon-seok), son of her father’s business partner, is trying to get into young Suni’s pants. Fortunately for her, there was an cute werewolf boy (Song Joong-ki) that wouldn’t let that happen. As these things go after a rocky start, Suni and werewolf boy fall in love with each other and of course their love is perfect and forever, but remember Ji-tae, the creep? Yeah, he doesn’t like that one bit and will do everything in his power to keep them apart. Continue reading