Post by ovaridedis24 on Jul 18, 2005 16:24:44 GMT -5
Isn't 'Love Letter' also the name of a music show? Where singers go and perform, then they sit down and have an interview or chat with the host and I think they also read letters from fans or something.
I'm definitely going to watch this time around, I stopped last time because they played that "Don't say bye, Feel my love" song too much and it kept getting stuck in my head. I was going crazy! But it's a great story so I'll put up with it.
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Post by galacticchick on Jul 19, 2005 16:51:46 GMT -5
I'm definitely going to watch this time around, I stopped last time because they played that "Don't say bye, Feel my love" song too much and it kept getting stuck in my head. I was going crazy!
That's is quite a cheesy song, but I liked it anyway. I would always sing along when they passed it at the end of each episode. I bought the soundtrack too and I like it. Can't wait till tomorrow when we get to see the first episode. (again)
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hi~ every one~ I'm Korean, so I have watched so many Korean Drama. Some of them were good and some were bad. In my opinion, for the drama scenario is most important thing and second thing to be concerned is performance of actor and actress.
In terms of above, Love Letter is my favorite one. I like Autumn tale and Winter Love Song also...but it is not best one for me.
Love Letter was not hit drama in Korea, the audience rating was very low. But it made many mania through internet cafe in Korea. Lover Letter started to broadcast while "Time of Gangsters" and "Wife" was very very popular. And also main actor and actress were new face except Ji Jin Hee.
Hi, mlidforest. I'm surprised that "Wife" was very, very popular in Korea. Many of us didn't like it. I myself had to stop watching because I didn't like any of the characters, and the lead character was driving me crazy because he never did anything. It was just too depressing. Why did people in Korea like it? I am curious to know what appealed to them.