first Korean drama to integrate animation and live action,
Someday is like no drama that has come before.
Through outstanding cinematography and visual design, this
groundbreaking drama beautifully lenses Korea's
contemporary urban landscape and peeks into the moody,
imaginative world of a comic book artist. Written by movie
screenwriter Kim Hee Jae (Hanbando), Someday
represents another landmark work from Yellow Film, whose
other 2006 titles include the critically acclaimed Alone
in Love and Freeze. A "movie-like
drama" with top-end production values, Someday
features film star Bae Du Na (The Host), drama
favorite Kim Min Joon (Lovers in Prague, Damo), and
rising stars Lee Jin Wook and Oh Yoon Ah from Alone in
Love. In contrast with its fanciful images, the drama
stays candid and grounded in its exploration of modern
relationships and romance, presenting a story that is both
painfully realistic and longingly lighthearted.
Korean-Japanese cartoonist Yamaguchi Hana (Bae Du Na) has
found great success with her romantic comic books, she
herself doesn't believe in love. Raised by her
grandmother, she is content to live in her own world of
writing and drawing, but one day her comic gets
discontinued. Unceremoniously thrown back into the real
world, Hana travels to Seoul where she meets Kim Seok Man
(Lee Jin Wook), a kind-hearted private investigator with a
tragic past, and Go Jin Pyo (Kim Min Joon), a doctor and
ardent comic fan who observes life with a detached eye. As
Hana retraces the tragic love story of her elderly
neighbors with Seok Man and Jin Pyo's help, she realizes
that she herself is experiencing love for the first time.
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