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    See You In My 19th Life Netflix Review: Another Shin Hye-Sun Hit

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    See You In My 19th Life Netflix Review: Do you believe in past lives? If you do, what if you could remember your past lives?  Would you choose to remember the people you have loved and let go? The memories you had gathered, carefully, piece by piece, building a whole universe within you? Would you choose to remember despite knowing that even a little piece of your past is a gnawing beautiful ache of who you once were?   

    In this edition of our kdrama review, we introduce you to a lovely tale of love, of memories, of past trauma and healing in See You In My 19th Life!

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    See You In My 19th Life Plot

    See You In My 19th Life narrates the curious tale of a woman who remembers all her previous lives. Ban Ji-Eum lives with what people might term as a blessing but which is but a curse to her. She has the ability to remember all her past lives. When she mysteriously dies in her 18th life, she vows to come back and came back, she did! But the question is, will she ever be normal again? Or does she even want to?

    See You In My 19th Life Netflix Review

    See You In My 19th Life is a beautiful tale about how one can freeze in time metaphorically and psychologically. There are times in our lives when we can be so deeply hurt by others that we choose to punish ourselves in a circular manner without realizing that we have become the source of our pain.

    This is something that Ban Ji Eum got caught up in as well. By refusing to let go of the pain of her first life, she cursed herself into a perpetual state of misery, living and remembering a millennium worth of memories, people, relationships, pain and grief. It is only when she let go of her pain, “Its’s all good now”, said her first life self Su, that she was able to live her life not an extension of her previous lives but as a new person, with new experiences and a truly new self. The show reverberates this message of healing your inner child, healing yourself from your past trauma’s in each of the characters’ stories.

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    Ji-eum might be living as an extension of her past trauma for a millennium but so are Moon Seo-ha, Yoon Cho-won and  Ha Do-yoon. After Ji-eum’s death as Joo-won in a tragic accident, Seo-ha cannot but relive in the moment of losing her. It’s as if he is frozen in time, ridden with guilt and panic attacks. Cho woon, who lost her sister and Do-yoon, who lost his father and had to grow up sooner, didn’t have it any easier. The show’s message of ‘letting go and living on’, through the lives of these characters makes it a heartwarming tale of love, memories, trauma and healing.

    Not only is the story lovely but it is visually and semantically beautiful. The bridge scene with Ji-eum walking as the commander of her little troop of 18 behind her, as different versions of her own self, her different identities, personalities, coming together as her strongest support system, time and again through her memories, the building blocks of her 19th life, and her current persona, is just beyond description.

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    See You In My 19th Life Ending Explained

    By the end of the show, encouraged by the love and care of people around her, she decides to be her own self in her 19th life. And thus, she says goodbye to all those people she loved and remembered, all experiences and pain that she encompassed in herself and to all the versions of herself that she carried within. To become and live as just her 19th self. To just be Ban Ji-eum.

    It would be understandable if I say that I teared up multiple times in the course of this lovely show, so beware and prepare yourself, especially the last two episodes when Ji-eum reconciles with herself and decides to let go, trust the people she loves, and walk on a path of self-healing and self-forgiveness. Maybe I need to fix an appointment with my past self, and maybe, just maybe, you might be interested in this rendezvous too. Fare thee well, Ji-eum!

    Is See You in my 19th life worth watching?

    Yes, 100%. Not only is the story lovely but it is visually and semantically beautiful. The bridge scene with Ji-eum walking as the commander of her little troop of 18 behind her, as different versions of her own self, her different identities, personalities, coming together as her strongest support system, time and again through her memories, the building blocks of her 19th life, and her current persona, is just beyond description.

    What is the plot of See You in My 19th Life?

    See You In My 19th Life narrates the curious tale of a woman who remembers all her previous lives. Ban Ji-Eum lives with what people might term as a blessing but which is but a curse to her. She has the ability to remember all her past lives. When she mysteriously dies in her 18th life, she vows to come back and came back, she did! But the question is, will she ever be normal again? Or does she even want to? Read more from the link below.

    How many episodes will be in see you in my 19th life?

    See you in my 19th life has 12 episodes in total.

    Will there be Season 2 of See You in My 19th Life?

    As of now, we really don’t have any news about Season 2. If there is going to be See you in my 19th life Season 2, it is going to be interesting one. It might be around how Seo-ha courts Ji-eum live their new life together.

    Is See You in my 19th life on Netflix?

    Yes. See You in my 19th life is streaming only on Netflix.

    See You In My 19th Life Rating – JAL Rating

    Rating: 4 out of 5.

    For this beautiful story, funny and lovely characters, JAL gives See You in my 19th Life, a warm 4 out of 5. Watch See you in my 19th life at Netflix!

    There you have it! See You In My 19th Life Netflix Review. Have you watched the series already? If yes, do let us know your thoughts in the comments below. Also, don’t forget to read other movies, series, beauty product reviews below.

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    Prachie Chamoli
    Prachie Chamolihttps://www.justalibrary.com/
    What to be and what not to be? A lazy writer and an occasional moody artist of sorts, trying to make sense of the world and herself. Might be interested in learning Latin at some point in time and becoming a cult leader of dog resistance against humanity.

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    Not only is the story lovely but it is visually and semantically beautiful. The bridge scene with Ji-eum walking as the commander of her little troop of 18 behind her, as different versions of her own self, her different identities, personalities, coming together as her strongest support system, time and again through her memories, the building blocks of her 19th life, and her current persona, is just beyond description. For this beautiful story, funny and lovely characters, JAL gives See You in my 19th Life, a warm 4 out of 5. Click the link below to read the full article. See You In My 19th Life Netflix Review: Another Shin Hye-Sun Hit