Endless Love IV: Spring Waltz (Korean TV Series)
A genuine story of love and childhood memories
Endless Love IV: Spring Waltz also known as Spring Waltz is a 20 episode South Korean series as the final installment of Endless Love drama series broadcast in KBS Network directed by Yoon Suk-ho in 2006. As the drama unfolds, Ja-Ha (played by Seo Do Young) and Eun-Young (played by Han Hyo Joo) live in an isolated island village. When Ja-ha's father leaves him alone, Ja-ha fears his father may not come back. While making arrangements to run away, he meets Eun-Young, a sweet but sickly village girl. What begins as merely a friendship develops into an unlikely love story. However, after a tragic accident, the two are split...only to meet again 15 years later.
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Original Title: Bom-ui Wal-cheu
International Title: Spring Waltz
Country: South Korea
Genre: Drama, Romance
Screenwriter: Oh Su-yeon
Director: Yun Suk-ho
Broadcast Network: KBS2
Broadcast period: March 6, 2006 - May 16, 2006
The two main characters are Park Eun-young (Han Hyo-ju) and Yoon Jae-ha (Seo Do-young). When they were young kids, they developed a strong friendship. Since the last time they saw each other, their bond was something they held dear and part of what makes their love so strong when reunited many years later. As a young child, Jae-ha went by the name of Lee Soo-ho. While his dad was on the run from creditors, he took Jae-ha to a small village in the country where his father grew up.
In this small village, Jae-ha met Eun-young. At first, they were not friends. There were some severe issues, like Jae-ha ill-temper (due to his Jae-ha's father abandoning him) and no one in the village liking him (his father swindled Eun-young's mom out of a bunch of money). However, as circumstances would permit, Jae-ha and Eun-young grew close. When it came time to look for Jae-ha's father, Eun-young went with him. Together, the young children ventured from the sanctity of the small village into the busy streets of Seoul. There, they quested for Jae-ha's father. Their journey came to a halt when Eun-young almost died from a medical condition. And while at the hospital, their lives changed and they would not see each other for fifteen years. Jae-ha met a woman who claimed to be his mother. His newfound mother and father took him into his care, changing his name from Lee Soo-ho to Yoon Jae-ha. Jae-ha went to live a normal life with a loving family. Fifteen years later, Jae-ha is a famous pianist, who is also very somber. He never forgot Eun-young and only left her because he thought she died during surgery. But, she did not.
In the show's present, the other main characters are introduced when the group meets in Austria. Philip (Daniel Henney) is a talented pianist who was never able to reach Jae-ha's level. Realizing he never could be great, he opted to be Jae-ha's manager. For five years, Philip has helped Jae-ha become famous and develop a successful career. He comes to the airport to pick up an old friend of Jae-ha's, Song Ina (Leo So-yeon). Fifteen years ago at a wedding, Jae-ha and Ina agreed to marry each other. It is childish love that Ina has not forgotten. After years of not seeing him, she comes back into his life to explore the possibility of a romance. While on the plane, Ina sits next to Eun-young, who won an industrial art exhibition and got a free trip to Austria for a prize. When Philip first sees Eun-young at the airport, he falls in love.
At first, the romantic pairing is Jae-ha with Ina and Philip with Eun-young. It changes as Jae-ha and Eun-young develop feelings for each other. At first their relationship is completely cold. Jae-ha is a jerk to Eun-young, but he slowly lets down his barrier and falls madly in love with her. The sordid love affair gets quite complicated with soapy, melodrama when both Ina and Philip realize that the people they love do not reciprocate the feeling. It leaves bad blood between friends and makes for jealousy. Another complication to Jae-ha and Eun-young's romance, and an important subplot to the story, is Jae-ha's parents. They have a secret that must be kept a secret. The romance between Jae-ha and Eun-young is just the thing to bring the secret to light. The journey for the somber lovers to achieve happiness is a bumpy ride with lots of drama.
Han Hyo Joo who plays the lead character Seo/Park Eun-young is a South Korean actress and a model. She was first discovered at a teenage beauty pageant in 2003. She made her debut in the sitcom Nonstop 5 and joined the ranks as a prominent Pan-Asian star due to the rising popularity of Spring Waltz (the fourth and final installment of Yoon Suk-ho's season drama series, following Autumn Fairy Tale, Winter Sonata and Summer Scent) in many Asian countries. She attends Dongguk University, where she majors in the dramatics and films department. Her hobbies include singing and writing and her talents are playing the piano, telling fairy tales, writing, running and fencing.
Seo Do-young plays Lee Su-ho/Yoon Jae-ha, Eun-young's long lost childhood sweetheart is a South Korean model turned actor. He was a promising model before he began his acting career, appearing in numerous runways for the Korea's leading fashion designers as well as several foreign designer shows such as Gucci and Tommy Hilfiger.
Lee So Yeon plays Song Lee-na who liked Jae-ha's since childhood is a South Korean actress. She has acted in a number of movies and television dramas most notably as Hyun-ah in Super Rookie, Unborn But Forgotten, Untold Scandal, 1.3.6., Bravo My Life, Highway Star, Dongyi and more.
Daniel Henney plays Jae-ha's only friend as well as the global manager is a South Korean-American model turned actor. Despite speaking no Korean, Henney became a household name through the South Korean hit TV drama, My Name is Kim Sam Soon. In 2009, he portrayed Agent Zero in the film X-Men Origins: Wolverine. In the fall season of 2009, he is playing "Dr. David Lee" in the CBS television drama, "Three Rivers.
Spring Waltz Fan Music Video
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Listen to the Spring Waltz OST (Original Soundtrack)
1. Spring Waltz - (Piano version) - Yiruma
2. Day Dream - (Piano)
3. Sunday Afternoon Waltz - (Piano)
4. Dreaming Island's Story - - Yiruma
5. Lost in Island - (Piano version) - Yiruma
6. Vivace - Broken Blossoms -
7. Clementine - To My Little Aangel I - Yiruma
8. Before Stars Sleeping - Yiruma
9. I Think You Love Me - (Piano)
10. Autumn-Colored Spring I - Yiruma
11. A Sad Motive - (Piano)
12. Autumn-Colored Spring II - Yiruma
13. Men's Tears - (Piano)
14. Lost In Island _ Yiruma
15. Silence - (Piano)
16. - (Piano)
17. Clementine - Yiruma
18. Guten Morgen - (Piano)
19. Spring Waltz - Yiruma
20. Clementine (Bonus Track) - Yiruma
21. Lost In Island - (Bonus Track) - Yiruma
Spring Waltz Photo GalleryClick thumbnail to view full-size
Han Hyo Joo and Seo Do-young Photo GalleryClick thumbnail to view full-size
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