Maybe not. They didn't run an announcement about what's next at the end of the last episode, which they usually do. I'm thinking that since their schedule is for a Wed-Thurs drama, they wouldn't start a new one on Thursday. My money is on their being some filler, like a ladies' singing competition, tonight. I'm still taping at that hour, though, in case!
Oh dear. Now they're recycling ones that weren't even shown that long ago? Jeepers, there's even a complete board for the show on this site, which has only been in existence for a couple of years. I didn't see much of Love Letter then, but I don't think I'll watch it now. I did see the ending.
For pete's sake, you'd think that there were no new dramas being produced in Korea!!!
Isn't there a company that subtitles them for English-language viewers, rather than every station having to subtitle the shows itself? One would think so. Yes, Michael did subtitles for several shows but not, I think, all of them.
Post by galacticchick on Jul 15, 2005 12:38:06 GMT -5
I didn't see much of Love Letter then, but I don't think I'll watch it now. I did see the ending.
You should watch it. The first episodes are some of the most interesting ones. Love Letter is so good. I highly recommend it, besides it's only 16 episodes. Even if you've already watched the ending the first episodes are important to understand Andre & Eunha's relationship/history/friendship.
Grandparents from WML: "Are my words dog's nose to you?"
KTE in Los Angeles did a lot of subtitling for KBS (daily and historical dramas), but then when KBS America was launched, KBS started doing it themselves. That was when they started using "gonna" a lot. After a while, they took the subtitling out of the USA, and do them in Korea.
Michael actually did some work for them, on 'Immortal Yi Sun-shin'. He was the one resposible for those 'explanitory' supertitles (like he did in 'Jang-geum a lot) that they had on that show for a while. KBS told him they didn't want that. Geez, I thought they helped immensely.
There is/was another group that did subs. I remember that 'On the Green Prairie' had some eps subbed by them, and some by Michael. Needless to say, Michael's were better.
i'm kind of happy and sad that they're doing an old show. i've never watched love letter, but i heard it was really good...sooo yayay....but then, i wanted to see something new and i feel bad for those who've already watched it
Love Letter was a good drama....it was about 16 episodes long, I think? I skipped a few episodes though, but I made sure to watch the ending. That's good that Love Letter will re-air for those who haven't seen it yet.