|I'm Sorry, I Love You
|KBS miniseries (2004) - 16 episodes total
For KBS homepages for this drama, go to: www.kbs.co.kr/drama/misa/index.html/ (in Korean).
Aired on KBS2 in Korea: November 9, 2004 to December 28, 2004 Monday & Tuesday nights at 9:55 (replaced Oh! Pil-seung and Bong Soon-young).
Aired on KBFD-TV in Hawaii with English subtitles: January 12, 2005 - March 2, 2005 Wednesday & Thursday nights at 7:50; replayed next afternoon at 3 (replaced Romance in Paris).
Cha Moo-hyuk: So Ji Sup (Glass Slippers)
Song Eun-chae: Im Soo Jung
Choi Yune (singer): Jung Kyung Ho (Time Between Dog & Wolf)
Kang Min-joo: Suh Ji Young
Moon Ji-young: Choi Yeo Jin (Bride from Vietnam)
Oh Deul-hee (real name: Jo Mal-bok) (Yune's mom): Lee Hye Young
Yoon Seo-kyung: Jun Hye Jin
Song Dae-chun (Eun-chae's dad): Lee Young Ha (Sang-doo)
Jang Hye-sook (Eun-chae's mom): Kim Hye Ok (Running After Dream)
Min Hyun-suk: Shin Goo (Miss Kim's Adventures in Making a Million/Wife)
Song Sook-chae (Eun-chae's older sister): Ok Ji Young
Song Min-chae (Eun-chae's younger sister): Jung Hwa Young
Kim Kal-chi (Seo-kyung's son): Park Gun Tae
For more info on the cast (in Korean), go to: www.kbs.co.kr/drama/
For the storyline and cast info from the KBS Global Marketing website (in English), go to: contents.kbs.co.kr/program/program_
This drama was filmed in part in Australia.
So Ji Sup has a different hairstyle in this drama. He and Im Soo Jung won the best couple award at the 2004 KBS drama awards show.
The last 2 episodes of this drama are tear-jerkers. According to the production staff, the script for those episodes were impossible to read because of tears. Read about it in a 12/27/04 KBS Global marketing article at: english.kbs.co.kr/entertainment/news/1338629
A second OST for this drama was issued due to the popularity of this drama. Read more about the 2nd OST in a 12/23/04 KBS Global Marketing article at: english.kbs.co.kr/entertainment/news/
Suh Ji Young is a member of the female k-pop group, Sharp.
This drama won the Best Picture Award at the 32nd Korean Broadcasting Awards. Read about this award in a 7/22/05 KBS Global article at: english.kbs.co.kr/entertainment/news/
For more info from YesAsia about the OST, click here or on the OST photo. There is also a second OST for this drama, for which more info can be obtained from YesAsia by clicking here. The DVD (region-all with English subtitles) for this drama is out of print. Orders submitted to YesAsia using these specially coded links will benefit the KoreanWiz website at no additional cost to you.
mianhada (mi-an-ha-da) = to be sorry
saranghanda (sa-rang-han-da) = to love you
Choi Yune's given name was romanized as "Yune" by the KBFD-TV translator. It is more commonly romanized as Yun or Yoon. (Similarly, the Jun in Bae Yong Jun's name is also romanized as Joon and June.)
Variations of drama name:
I'm Sorry, I Love You (title used by KBFD-TV)
Sorry But I Love You (title used by YesAsia)
Sorry, I Love You (title used by KBS)
I Am Sorry But I Love You
Screenwriter: Lee Hyung Min (Sang-doo)
Producer: Lee Kyung Hee (Sang-doo)
For KBS Videos on Demand (VODs) in Korean, go to: www.kbs.co.kr/drama/
For KBS photos from this drama, go to:
For KBS wallpaper, go to: www.kbs.co.kr/drama/misa/media/paper/
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|Original Sound Track (OST)
for this drama
|Moo-hyuk and Ji-young|
|Yune and Eun-chae|