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[ChanMi's drama news] Teaser poster for "Wind Garden"

2008/09/17 Source

New poster for this drama shows duality in the two characters, Moon Geun-young and Park Shin-yang in the reflections in the water.

The word garden in Korean is a homophone for the word meaning 'a person who paints' which also foreshadows duality of the characters in the drama. 

Kim Hong-do (Park Shin-yang) who seems like a teacher is actually the disciple and Sin Yoon-bok (Moon Geun-young) who seems like a man is actually a woman who is giving a flower meaning love. This picture shows the love that they could not show but hide.

It is known that the actors and the photographer have been working for the posters for 8 hours. They tried hardest to show the Korean art and life through this drama. They looked hard for the perfect place where they had a good relfection in the mirror and a background where it was most like a garden.

"Painter of the Wind" will be aired this 24th rivaling "Beethoven Virus" and "Land of wind".

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