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Love Letter (2003)

Love Letter
MBC — Andrea (a.k.a. Lee Woo Jin)

At an early age Lee Woo-jin (Andrea), is abandoned by his mother. Although she loved him dearly, she could not care for him and left him with his aunt. The aunt is selfish and treats him with disdain, forcing him do all the work. Woo-jin has faith in God and believes that He will one day save him, as in his favorite story of a rope decending from heaven, providing a path of return. One day his uncle, Father Peter, comes to visit him, and seeing how poorly he is treated, he ask Woo-jin to come to his church and live with him.

Woo-jin asks that he be called by the name his mother preferred, Andrea. He matures and becomes a bright and caring boy. He meets Eun-ha, who is left at the church after becoming an orphan. While in high school Andrea and Eun-ha become the best of friends. Eun-ha realizes she loves Andrea and on the day that she is about to tell him the truth, he tells her that he wants to be a priest.

Eun-ha is crushed by this revelation but vows to stay by his side and silently treasures her love. They go away to college where they meet Jung Woo-jin. The coincidence of two guys having the name Woo-jin is astonishing. Jung Woo-jin recognizes Eun-ha as the woman who without knowing, saved him from suicide, and he falls in love with her, but Eun-ha cares only for Andrea.

A guilt-ridden past and a mother's love, combined with conflicting emotions of earthly and divine love, set in motion Andrea's, his mother's and Jung Woo-jin's paths to redemption and forgiveness.

For many, this it Hyun Jae's most dramatic and emotional role. He captures the sadness, anguish, frustration of abandonment, denial of emotions to the woman he loves, discontent with his relationship to God and the church, his friends, his family, to everything that gives meaning to his character's life.

The soundtrack to the drama is poignant and sad, Andrea's theme in particular. The YA Entertainment DVD boxset is quite good, with high quality subtitles. For the student on a small budget, or for those who just don't like to buy DVDs, the episodes and subtitles are readily available on the web. This drama is a must-see for Hyun Jae fans.

Andrea accepts the priesthood. The ultimate conflict, a priest, a woman and god. Woo Jin before entering the priesthood

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