KOREAN DRAMA REVIEW: IT'S OKAY, DADDY'S GIRL
This drama is pretty low key with a bit of a family vibe, but somehow it's sucked me in anyhow.
These kind of ensemble casts can be really interesting because the plots can be a little more unexpected than your normal "she's the lead actress, he's her male lead and that one is the second male lead" obviousness. There's nothing wrong with any of that of course and I love a good obvious love triangle, but a family ensemble is a little bit more unpredictable and so can be quite interesting.
This drama begins with one family and their daddy, a nice man who always wants to help everyone, but therefore ends up taking the world onto his own shoulders. His family genuinely love him, but also maybe don't all appreciate him properly, most treating him like a wallet for their own needs and wants.