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Goodbye My Love

 

 

Goodbye My Love
MBC 1999

Starring:

Min Su ~ Ahn Jae Wook
Gi Tae ~ Jung Jun Ho
Yeon Ju ~ Kim Hee Seon
Jung Ae ~ Lee Hae Young

Synopsis:

The gorgeous duo of An Jae Wook and Kim Hee Seon star in one of the best-loved Korean dramas ever, Goodbye My Love. Min Su (An Jae Wook, Star In My Heart) and Gi Tae (Jung Jun Ho, Marrying The Mafia) have been friends for years. Thirteen years ago, Min Su saved Gi Tae's life, and in return, Gi Tae's father hires Min Su to permanently keep his son out of trouble. Loyal to the last, Min Su dutifully looks over his friend, who is a reckless and rather spoilt playboy.

One night the two good-looking young men are out on the town and come across a couple of beautiful ladies. Yeon Ju (Kim Hee Seon, Bichunmoo) and Jung Ae (Lee Hae Young, First Love) are roommates and both work together too at a local factory. Eager to impress the girls, Gi Tae and his ever-loyal friend begin to tell a very tall tale to the girls, in the hope of impressing them. But little do they know that they will live to regret their lies.

Brought to you by YA Entertainment, this brand new DVD release comes with newly created English subtitles, tailored specifically for Western audiences.

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Korea is riding on the "hallyu" movement - the globalization of Korean dramas (K-dramas).  Whether it's Singapore, Malaysia, Japan, China or the U.S., viewers who watch Korean dramas are enamored by the "real" acting and fascinating stories that unfold before their eyes.

K-dramas are a refreshing change for many, and some, like Winter Sonata, take them back to first loves.  Others like, Dae Jang Geum, tell about history in a fascinating way with rich costumes and realistic sets.

While some viewers may find them too "mild" for their taste, many others will be thrilled to find tasteful, endearing programming that reels them in and leaves them wanting more...and more...and more....and then they're hooked only to find that they are part of the "hallyu" movement. 



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