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Love Letter (MBC TV Series) (US Version)
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Customer Rating: Customer Review Rated Bad 9 - 9.2 out of 10 (184)
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Following the success of romantic blockbusters Tale of Autumn and Winter Sonata, Korean melodrama Love Letter is set to touch lovers of all ages. Cho Hyun Jae shot to stardom with his suave and gentle performance in Love Letter opposite lead actress Soo Ae, who was awarded Best New Actress at MBC's 2003 Drama Awards. Completing the triangle is K-drama favorite Ji Jin Hee from Dae Jang Geum. With great acting and intriguing plot twists, Love Letter tells the heartfelt story of three close friends who struggle to keep their love alive.

After a tough childhood under his uncaring aunt, Andrew (Cho Hyun Jae) is taken in by his uncle. Following in his kind uncle's footsteps, Andrew also hopes to one day become a priest. He grows up at the church orphanage with best friend Eun Ha (Soo Ae), and they end up becoming roommates during college. Having gone through thick and thin together, Eun Ha develops feelings for Andrew, but keeps her love hidden, knowing that Andrew is set in his path for priesthood. When classmate Woo Jin (Ji Jin Hee) confesses his love to Eun Ha, however, it throws the three friends' relationships into confusion, and Andrew begins to face his own hidden feelings for Eun Ha.

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    Product Title: Love Letter (MBC TV Series) (US Version) 情書 (MBC TV Series) (美洲版) 情书 (MBC TV Series) (美洲版) Love Letter (MBC TV Series) (US Version) 러브레터 (MBC TV Series) (US Version)
    Artist Name(s): Jo Hyun Jae | Ji Jin Hee | Soo Ae 趙 賢載 | 池 珍熙 | 秀愛 赵 贤载 | 池珍熙 | 秀爱 チョ・ヒョンジェ | チ・ジニ | スエ 조 현재 | 지 진희 | 수애
    Release Date: 2004-04-24
    Language: Korean
    Subtitles: English, Traditional Chinese
    Country of Origin: South Korea
    Picture Format: NTSC What is it?
    Disc Format(s): DVD
    Region Code: All Region What is it?
    Publisher: YA Entertainment
    Other Information: 8 DVDs (16 Episodes)
    Package Weight: 420 (g)
    Shipment Unit: 3 What is it?
    YesAsia Catalog No.: 1003319425

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    * Screen Format : 4:3
    * Sound Mix : Dolby Digital
    * DVD Type : DVD 5
    * Extras : Story & Character Introduction, Episode Synopses, and Photo gallery

    Lee Woo-Jin, also known as Andrew (Jo Hyun-Jae), became an orphan at a young age and ended up living with his abusive aunt. He faithfully prays that one day God will save him from his hardships. His prayers are answered when his uncle, Father Peter (Son Hyun-Joo), comes to rescue him from his dismal environment. Father Peter raises Andrew into a promising young man.

    As a gentle and optimistic high school kid, Andrew meets Cho Eun-Ha (Soo Aeh) and sympathizes with her as both of them share the common experience of losing their parents. Andrew's genuine and delicate concern for Eun-Ha brings their friendship to the brink of love. However, they must remain only friends as Andrew reveals to her his wish to become a priest.

    Upon graduating from high school, both Andrew and Eun-Ha are accepted into medical school in Seoul. Andrew meets Jung Woo-Jin (Ji Jin-Hee). Both of them have the same given name and soon become great friends. Meanwhile, Jung Woo-Jin starts to have feelings for Eun-Ha and tries his best to charm her. As Andrew's two best friends gradually become closer and closer, he feels an emptiness and realizes for the first time that he has lost his heart to Eun-Ha...

    세상의 훌륭한 것들은 고통을 치러야만 비로소 얻을 수 있다. 자신 뿐 아니라 타인까지도 구하려는 '선한 삶' 은 고통을 치러내야만 가능한 것이다. 이 드라마는 안드레아를 통해서 한 사람의 삶이 의사로서, 신부로서, 그리고 인간으로서의 고통을 거치며 성숙하고, 마침내는 다른 사람들의 삶까지 아름답게 바꿔 놓게 되는 모습을 보여주고 있다.
    어린 시절 운동권 의사였던 아버지가 수배 중에 의문사를 당하고 어머니가 재가하면서 고모에게 맡겨져서 키워졌다. 자신의 어머니 경은도 죽은 것으로 알고 고아로 자란 안드레아의 어린 시절은 외롭고 불행했다. 그 후 외삼촌인 베드로 신부가 안드레아를 찾아와 비참한 어린 시절에서 구해주고 그 순간부터 안드레아는 자신이 후에 신부가 될 것을 희망하게 된다.

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    Average Customer Rating for this Edition: Customer Review Rated Bad 9 - 9.2 out of 10 (184)
    Average Customer Rating for All Editions of this Product: Customer Review Rated Bad 9 - 9.4 out of 10 (277)

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    July 24, 2009

    1 people found this review helpful

    Talented & Under rated actor.... Customer Review Rated Bad 10 - 10 out of 10
    At first, this drama was not something that I wanted to watch in full due to the subject of the story, religion and two brother's love for one girl. Sad and a bit slow at times but I watched with much interest as the drama progressed.

    The actors, including the child actors, were very good. Love the two main actors. Cho Hyn Jae & Ji Jin Hee are two actors that are very under rated.

    The opening of the drama is catchy with animated characters along with beautiful OST playing. I have always written how beautiful most of the OST for the dramas are. This OST does it's justice. If you get the DVD, make sure to get the CD. They go hand in hand. Enjoy...
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    March 5, 2009

    Bravo Customer Review Rated Bad 10 - 10 out of 10
    I have watched Korean dramas for three years. Now, “Love Letter” is on top of my favorite list.

    Although I’m not a Catholic, I connected with those two leading actors (Jo Hyun Jae and Soo Ae) from the beginning to the end. I think this drama is not about religion; rather it is about human affection.

    The images are beautiful and the background music added the depth to the emotion.

    This is the first time Jo Hyun Jae (tender 23-year old) took a leading role. My comment to his performance is one word “Brilliant.”

    All supporting actors performed wonderfully. Thanks for the production team.
    I enjoyed this drama very much.
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    November 7, 2008

    2 people found this review helpful

    A box of tissue is a must Customer Review Rated Bad 10 - 10 out of 10
    The main reason I bought this drama was because of Jo Hyun Jae. I had just seen Sedong Jo (Potato Boy) and wanted to see something else JHJ had been in. Was I in for a suprise. Of the almost 100 korean series I have seen this is the one that has made me cry the most.

    Being Catholic, I understand the dilemma and agony Jo's character goes through. This love story is different than most because it is not the typical k-drama love triangle. We have here two characters who love each other very much but are willing to sacrifice their love for a higher purpose: to serve God.

    I usually do not have patience for long draggy scenes, but I did not find this drama draggy nor boring. The slow tempo of the drama works by allowing one to think and feel the characters' agony. Both the leads and supporting cast do a fine acting job.

    Love Letter is now in my top three k-dramas.
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    April 7, 2008

    Could be more interesting.... Customer Review Rated Bad 5 - 5 out of 10
    I watched this series because of Jo Hyun Jae. The storyline is weak. The girl's character is too wishy washy and throughout the entire 16 episodes, she just wasn't able to draw me into the story. I couldn't sympathize with her experience. Because of her indecisiveness, she hurts two men and herself. So this is a so-so series by K-drama standards.
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    October 14, 2006

    4 people found this review helpful

    love letter Customer Review Rated Bad 10 - 10 out of 10
    Excellent! I love it, It's very true in real life. That is the real internal war between "Loving God" for some younger generation who want to become a Priest and "the Love of My Life". I cried a lot and loved that 2 young orphans struggle for their love to each other, and hated the MOther, She is a doctor?, How could she forget that she had a son? For 18 years, she never remenbered "Once" about her own son that was taken away form her since he was a toddler, then she let him go to Italie to pursuit his Priesthood. What kind a mother is it? Excellent!!!
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