I loved all the characters. None of the them were perfect and they all had their own quirks. I liked how they all had their own dreams, and they supported each other in achieving those dreams. No character was simply there to push the plot along.
A wonderful story that tied all the characters together. There was a perfect blend of romance, friendship and life struggles. Not one aspect was emphasized over the other. Typically, a series will focus one aspect over the others. For example, Chief Kim. The focus was on their work environment and how they were fighting to change that. It was also an incredible drama, but we didn’t really see a romantic aspect. Fight My Way does a great job with showing how these four friends were fighting for their dreams and finding love along the way. The romance was a part of the story, but it wasn’t the only part.
It’s nice to see how dramas are starting to change how they present romantic relationships. For years, it was always about a poor girl who’s hard working, and then she meets a rich guy, who sweeps her off her feet. He treats her terribly, but it’s only because he loves her. That is getting old, so it was refreshing to see a male lead who treats the woman loves the way she deserves to be treated. Although the main leads bicker and tease each other, when it comes down to it, they communicate and support one another. And they’re very straightforward. Yes, they still have problems, but none of the problems are a result of miscommunication or other unnecessary drama.