Lee Jung-Hyun (Go Su) is accused for murdering Oh Soo-Ah's (Lee Da Hae) father. He runs away and becomes a fugitive. Later, he returns and seeks out revenge. Oh Soo-Ah who is the successor of the enterprise "First Electronic" falls in love with Lee Jung-Hyun.
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Green Rose misses the top-tier of Korean dramas because its startup progressions are awkward -- often feeling either forced or artificial. Jung-Hyun's "rebirth", which sets the stage for the bulk of the drama, is quickly glossed over and poorly aids the suspension of disbelief that is important to enjoy the rest of the show. Other points in the drama do not rise above contrived stereotypes, e.g., the female lead does little other than pine for her lost love. Of annoyance to Chinese speakers is that although the main character gained near-native Chinese fluency in the storyline, the Chinese-language acting in this drama is horrible.
Green Rose becomes an interesting story to watch after the drama progresses beyond character and conflict setup, but it takes over a third of the drama to get there. The show's soundtrack is similar to the drama in quality; good instrumental music with moments of roll-your-eyes melodrama.