SNSD Yoona, Jang Geun Suk, 'Love Rain' First Episode On Air Tomorrow
By Staff Writer | March 26, 2012 02:24 PM EDT
The first episode of 'Love Rain' will finally be on air today.
'Love Rain' is directed by Yoon Suk Ho who brought out the K-Drama wave through his previous pieces.
'Love Rain' will depict a storyline with theme of love that crossovers time and generation. 'Love Rain' has also garnered much international attention as Girls’ Generation’s Yoona and Jang Keun Suk are starring as the leading characters.
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Jang Keun Suk will play the role of tender art school student 'Seo In Ha' in 70's and rough photographer 'Seo Jun' in 2012. Yoona will play the role of pure campus goddess Kim Yoon Hee in 70's and bright graduate student 'Jung Ha Na.’ The pure love in analog era and trendy love of digital era will be drawn by these two actors, actress Lee Mi Suk (Kim Yoon Hee in 2012) and actor Jung Jin Young (Seo In Ha in 2012) will show another attraction of deep love in the drama.
In the press conference, Director Yoon of 'Love Rain' after 6 years of hiatus said, "Some people told me that structure of the drama is complicated, but you will not feel the complication once you watch the drama. I think it's the new format of story having the main characters in 70's and children of main characters in 2012 continue the story line of the drama.”
Viewers are excited to see beautiful images in the drama as director Yoon is behind the sensational dramas 'Autumn Tale' (2000), 'Winter Sonata' (2002), 'Summer Scent' (2003), 'Spring Waltz' (2006) that captured the beautiful scene. As well as writer Oh Soo Yeon of ‘Autumn Tale’ and ‘Winter Sonata’ is to join the team as well.
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