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40-episode drama "Love in Sadness" Releases Character Relationship Information

2019/04/08 | 349 views | Permalink | Source

A picture of Park Han-byul and Ryu Soo-young came up on the official homepage of "Love in Sadness".

The two are looking at each other with serious faces.

Paired with the photos is the character correlation chart for "Love in Sadness".

"Love in Sadness" is 40 episodes long and it's 28 episodes in already.

"Love in Sadness" is melodrama about a woman being chased, the man chasing her, and the man who hides her. It's a story about a dangerous chase, hidden desires, and social messages, which will all be carried by its charismatic characters.

The viewing rate for the drama is 9.7%.

Director Choi I-seop is known for "The Duo", "Miss. Ripley", "Can't Live without You" and more.

Song Jeong-rim is in charge of the screenplay.

The cast of "Love in Sadness" are Park Han-byul, Ryu Soo-young, Wang Bit-na and Park Ha-na. It is a remake of a Japanese drama.

Source : /news.nate.com/view/2...

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