Title: 러브레터 / Love Letter
Chinese Title : 情书
Episodes: 16
Broadcast network: MBC
Broadcast period: 2003-Feb-10 to 2003-Apr-01
Air time: Monday & Tuesday 21:55


As a young “orphan”, Andrea Jo Hyun Jae received horrible treatment while growing up under the care of his aunt (father’s sister). When his uncle (mother’s brother), a priest, found out what happened, he took him under his wings. Growing up in the church orphanage, Andrea longed to become a priest. Years later, Cho Eun Ha Soo Ae came to live in the orphanage after her mother passed away. Although at first CEH was hostile to everyone, Andrea succeeded to become her friends and the two was inseparable throughout their high school years. They rented a place of their own and became roommates after moving to the city to attend university. CEH hide her feeings from Andrea knowing that his goal was to become a priest.While in college, they made friends with Jung Woo Jin Ji Jin Hee who fell in love with CEH. Andrea also discovered that he had feelings for CEH. To complicate things, JWJ’s stepmother was actually Andrea’s birth mother who abandoned him to remarry. Will he choose love over priesthood ??


Jo Hyun Jae as Lee Woo Jin / Andrew
Ji Jin Hee as Jung Woo Jin
Soo Ae as Cho Eun Ha
Son Hyun Joo as Father Peter (Andrew’s maternal uncle)
Kim Yoon Kyung as Seo Young (Eun Ha’s friend)
Kwon Min Joong as Sister Esther
Yoon Yoo Sun as Sister Gemma
Yang Hee Kyung as Maria (Father Peter’s cook/housekeeper)
Kim Young Ae as Dr. Yim Kyung Eun (Andrew’s mom)
Joo Hyun as Dr. Jung Myung Woo
Jo Yoon Hee as Jung Yu Ri
Choi Jae Hyung
Seo Hyun Ki
Son Young Joon
Yoo Seung Ho as young Woo Jin
Han Ye Rin as Hee Jin (Woo Jin’s cousin)
Lee Seol Ah
Yoon Hee Joo

Production Credits

Producer: Jang Geun Soo
Director: Oh Kyung Hoon
Screenwriter: Oh Soo Yun

Official Site

48 Comments to “Love Letter”

  1. 1 : K-Drama Deprived Says:

    Hey everyone! I’ve been trying the find the name of a movie with Soo Ae in which she plays the younger sister whose father lost all their money so they had to change their life style which caused the mother to commit suicide while she left them at an amusement park when they were young. The father remarries which causes the older sister to hate their father even more. But when they get older, the father gets killed by a driver as he was on this way to see the older sister at a school exam leaving them orphans and struggling in life. If anyone knows the name of this movie, please let me know. Thanks so much!

  2. 2 : french asian Says:

    hello !!!!!! when i see this film !!!! i fall in love for jo hyun jae !!!!!!because he is very very beatiful mannnnnnnnnnnnnn!!!!!!he’s my ideal mannnnnnnnnn!!!lololololol just a smil!!!!!!but he’s a good mannnnnn !!!!!!!kiss for you !!!!!!!!

  3. 3 : chiqueeismyname Says:

    is it beautiful?

    i am planning to watch this.

    can someone tell me something about the movie?


  4. 4 : supple Says:

    Im watching it nowadays though I ve seen this long time ago…Its really a nice movie..Torn between two families..I felt sad for the mother..I really Cnat undestand? the scene when the Husband didnt allow her to see her sick daughter because she chose to be with her abandoned son?..Adrian and Louie and Angela..heir Fate..History repaet itself!

  5. 5 : micks Says:

    Love letter was a good show, I spent my whole weekend watching this show. I couldn’t turn it off. I was even singing the music in my sleep!

  6. 6 : rainbow Says:

    this is a good movie to watch!!

  7. 7 : Grace Says:

    The Stair way of Heaven was the best as well as Winter Sonata but I found Love letter is a master piece for the description of true love, it was an amazing story and I couldn’t even stop watching until it is finished. I love the OST and I want to get so bad but unfortunately no longer available at Yesasia.com, would you please republish or even copied one from someone who already has and willing to share with me. I live in the States and face much diffculites of connection sometime and language barrior thru the links.

    Jo Hyun Jae is a very skillful actor and has good-natured of personality plus the fervent heart for his acting, I believe those elements make all his dramas extraordinary. Keep it up Mr. JHJ and much of your aptitude acting will be shown to the world.

    God bless you and one day I will see you in my born country in Korea.
    True love let goes of his or her loved one who loves very much.

  8. 8 : happyz Says:

    i want to watch this show!!!!
    who knows where to watch it??(make sure it is free)
    please help me!

  9. 9 : Pouwz Says:

    lumayan bagus…nice drama

  10. 10 : devin Says:

    to that korean drama deprived person..the drama is called wooden horse/carousel..but if you’re looking for it i do doubt your abiblity of finding it. I’ve been looking like crazy but it seems that the drama hasn’t gotten on the enternet. but i’m watching it now on tape. Good luck..^_^

  11. 11 : donna Says:

    this show was great and successful… love it…

  12. 12 : bless Says:

    the story was good but it was dragging towards the end. there were few scenes that were too long which tend to make the viewers bored. i did not like the ending much (my personal opinion)…. but i supposed, it was ok. jo hyun jae looked a lot better in “only you” as he was a bit older in this drama.

  13. 13 : gilbert Says:

    Ang ganda wala akong masabi, sa totoo niyan nasa volume 8 na ako hehe nakaka-adik ang korean novela like this hehe lol nakakapanghina lumunok ng laway lagi akong natutuyuaan at napapa-iyak!!!

  14. 14 : gilbert Says:

    I’m a sucker for tearjerkers.

    When I heard of Love Letter, I was thinking to myself that I should buy this drama because it’s seems to have a sad story.

    So there I went, walking into my local VCD shop and grabbed ‘Love Letter’, and what I surprise I got when I realized that Love Letter was actually produced by PD Yoon, the same producer who brought us ‘Autumn in My Heart’ , ‘Winter Sonata’ and ‘Summer Scent’.

    I couldn’t wait any longer, I stopped watching ‘Romance’ [another K drama with Kim Jae Won and Kim Na Heul] and plunged straight into ‘Love Letter’…

    Synopsis: (I’ll try to keep this short)

    Andrew a.k.a Lee Woo Jin is an orphan living with his aunt. Mistreated, he hopes and yearns for God to send down a saviour to take him away from his misery. His saviour comes in the form of his dead mother’s brother, Father Pedro, who upon returning to South Korea, sees Andrea being bullied by his own kin.

    Father Pedro takes him out on a walk and after buying him a good meal and some toys, asks him sincerely whether he wishes to leave with him. Andrea refuses, as he is told by his horrible aunt to say so, but when he pokes further about his mother (he has never seen her before), he realizes that all his aunt had said to him about his mother being a bad lady was all a lie. Father Pedro tells him she was a wonderful lady, a doctor who cared a lot for his patients, and above all, her own son – Andrea.

    Father Pedro leaves Andrea, but Andrea is still bullied, and one day, Father Pedro chances upon Andrea being beaten by his aunt. Infuriated, he takes Andrea back to the church and raises him there.

    Fast forward ten years, the once young and thin Andrea is now a handsome young man attending high school.
    Here enters Cho Eun Ha, the daughter of a late famous actress plagued by scandal. Both her parents have died, her father first, then her mother, leaving her all alone. Her only kin left comes in the form of Dr Yim Kyung Eun, her late mother’s personal doctor. Dr Yim brings Eun Ha to the church and Father Pedro decides to let her stay as one of the occupants in his orphanage.

    Eun Ha, suddenly faced with the loss of both parents and her mother’s scandals, vows never to trust anyone again. She tries to close herself up in total isolation, but Andrea is unfazed as he understands how she feels with his own parent’s death and all the lies he was told about his mother being a bad woman by his aunt.

    Eun Ha is eventually touched by Andrea’s pureness of heart, and he becomes the only person she truly trusts apart from the elders in the orphanage. One day during Christmas, she writes a love letter, in which she write the hopes and wishes of hers to become the only woman Andrea will see for the rest of his life. However, her hopes are dashed when Andrea tells her he wishes to become a priest and that he only sees her as a younger sister.

    Andrea and Eun Ha eventually get scholarships to study together at the university in Seoul. They both make it to the stream of medicine. Here, Andrea meets Woo Jin, the son of the most famous doctor in Korea, Dr Jung Myung Woo [who is also married to Dr Yim]. Woo Jin is a typical rich brat, spoilt and doesn’t care much about what he does about his life. He loves his mother [Dr Yim] more than his father, but when he finds out she isn’t his natural-born mother, he is disheartened and leaves home. He even tries to commit suicide but when he was about to jump, he saw a beautiful girl all dressed in black, singing a sad song at the top of the hospital he was about to jump from. The beautiful girl was none other than Eun Ha after she had lost both her parents. He is so mesmerized by her that he draws and keeps pictures of her even after two years. Woo Jin is being beaten by a bunch of gangsters when Andrea tries to intervene but ends up being beaten up too.

    To thank him, Woo Jin makes a trip to Andrea’s house, only to see Eun Ha beside him. He tries ways and means to get close to Eun Ha, and Eun Ha, being naturally suspicious of pple and extremely possessive over Andrea, thinks of him as a hypocrite. She doesn’t know that Woo Jin is in fact, interested in her.

    Woo Jin and Andrea become as close as brothers, whilst Eun Ha is trying ways and means to stay close to Andrea. One day, Woo Jin discloses the truth to Eun Ha about how she saved his life, and from there she realize Woo Jin has always been interested in her. Confused, she returns home only to see Andrea crying and sobbing alone by the street. He stands up upon seeing her, walks slowly towards her and hugs her tightly with tears streaming down his eyes. Eun Ha is astounded, as she knows of nothing that can hurt Andrea so much, thus she cries along with him.

    It seems that Andrea was paid a visit by Father Pedro whilst at home. In a slip of tongue, he accidentally disclosed the fact that Woo Jin’s mother , Dr Yim, is also his mother. The dead mother Andrea always thought he had was none other than his best friend’s mother. He is hurt, angered and disappointed as to why he had to go through all the hardship as a child, just because his mother did not want him. At the same time, he is confused, because she doesn’t seem like a lady who would abandon her own child. Faced with so many thoughts, he collapses into Eun Ha’s arm upon seeing her.

    Dr Yim meets Andrea up upon knowing he is actually her own flesh and blood. She is equally hurt and shocked, because all these years she has been waiting for a chance to redeem her sins and take Andrea back. Unfortunately, Father Pedro has never disclosed Andrea’s location until now. She breaks down upon seeing him, seeking his forgiveness. Andrea is reluctant at first, but being a generous chap, he forgives as all he wants now is just some maternal love.

    It seems things will go well until Dr Jung finds out his wife, Dr Yim, is now seeing her own son. He is disheartened and starts drinking, tearing the happy family Woo Jin once had apart. Woo Jin eventually uses his sister’s illness [his sister is the daughter of Dr Jung and Dr Yim] to force Dr Yim to leave Andrea.

    Andrea is heartbroken, but knows his mother has no choice as no mother would let her own children die. He decides to leave for Italy to pursue his religious and medical studies.

    Before leaving, he thinks of Eun Ha and all the happy times they spent together. He realizes that all these while, although he has been treating her like a younger sister, he has always yearned to be more than that to her. She even expresses her love for Andrea [in the love letter], but Andrea knows he cannot accept it as his destiny is to become a priest.

    He pens down his last thoughts in Korea on the same love letter he was given on the other side, stating to Eun Ha that if she ever wanted him back, all she had to do was to write a letter to him after one year, and he would return to be with her for the rest of his life.

    However, Woo Jin finds the letter first, and Eun Ha never gets to read the words of her true love.

    Fast forward another few years, Woo Jin is now a famous doctor himself. He is the assistant chief doctor at the hospital owned by his father, who is now an alcoholic and cannot operate on patients anymore. He is always torturing himself, because he cannot forget Eun Ha. She left him suddenly two years ago to do volunteer work in Africa, merely days after they announced their engagement.

    When he sees her again, he slaps her and cannot bring himself to forgive her. Eun Ha is about to leave the hospital when he grabs her again and hugs her tightly, telling her he will do anything to make her stay, Eun Ha smiles and hugs back.

    At the same time, Andrea returns from Italy as a brother. Over in Italy, he is renowned as a heart surgeon but is banished to South Korea after a fellow female doctor tries to commit suicide after he rejects her love [he is going to become a priest after all you know :P]. Saddened, he returns to Korea, only to find Eun Ha and Woo Jin is now an item.

    Eun Ha, now back in Korea, bumps into Andrea coincidentally and is shocked to see that he has returned. Andrea, also wonders why Eun Ha never contacted him when he was in Italy, but they both don’t know that Woo Jin hid the letter Andrea left for her.

    The three are united in unique circumstances, and that leaves Eun Ha torn between Woo Jin and Andrea.

    The story climaxes when the reason behind Eun Ha’s sudden departure from Korea two years ago turns out to be a heart problem she discovered she has, and that she has only months to live….

    The Review (Spoilers included)

    ’Love Letter’ is a typical Korean drama that toys around with puppy love and how love always win. I mean, it’s a winning formula. Take a look at Stairways To Heaven or Winter Sonata, the ending is always the same. Love is the motivating factor, love is the truth, love is the way, love unlocks even the hardiest of hearts, love makes us happy, love keeps us strong, but probably most importantly, we can’t live without love.

    ’Love Letter’ isn’t a drama formulated around a love triangle like we typically see. It is more like a love quadrangle if there’s such a word. Between Andrea, Woo Jin, Eun Ha and Andrea’s love for God.

    It’s also quite a taboo topic, something that producer PD Yoon seems to love to touch. In Winter Sonata and Autumn in My Heart [both his productions], it was incest.

    Here, it was how a Catholic priest-to-be could fall in love and have a relationship with someone apart from God.

    There were many times in this movie I felt like yelling out to Andrea to give up God and stick to Eun Ha, but then as I watched the movie, I realized why he didn’t do so. His attachment to God was like a lifeline he was thrown since he was a child. Without parents and mistreated by his guardians, Andrea could only hold on because he trusted God. He loved God, possibly more than he loved himself.

    Although towards the end of the show, you see that he realizes that Eun Ha is his true love, he attempts to give up God for her, he can’t do so successfully.

    Personally I find it quite interesting as God is put in a sort of a negative light in this film, because towards to end, although Andrea wishes to be with Eun Ha, he knows if he does so, she will die. Thus there is this scene where he walks into the chapel and challenges God, telling him that if he wishes for an exchange ie Him becoming a priest in exchange for Eun Ha’s life, he will get it. And so coincidentally, the camera chooses a part where lightning strikes as Eun Ha stops breathing momentarily, as if to challenge Andrea back the he could take away Eun Ha’s life anytime.

    Now to the cast:

    Jo Hyun Jae:

    I didn’t find his acting particularly appealing. If you folks remember, he also acted in Untold Scandal as a male supporting role, although he was much plumper then. Here in ‘Love Letter’, it’s a much more demanding role. On one hand, you have to handle the role of Andrea the lover, in another it’s Andrea the priest-to-be. It’s difficult to gauge how much he loves Eun Ha. There are the scenes where he suddenly starts drinking and doing hard labour to punish himself for Eun Ha leaving, but it stops there. Don’t get me wrong, Jo Hyun Jae is a suitable actor for the job, but perhaps as PD Yoon were less conservative, Andrea would truly shine in this drama.

    Soo Ae:

    Gosh, she can really cry. She has this save-me-I’m-a-puppy look, no wonder Woo Jin fell for her upon first look. Apparently I read that she won an award for her role in this film, as Cho Eun Ha, she does a convincing job, bringing out the pains of suffering alone rather than bring pain to her loved ones when she chooses to wait for death in isolation at a hospital, and not informed neither Woo Jin or Andrea of her location. You can feel the pain in her eyes when she realizes in the chapel that she realized that the contents of Andrea’s letter to her, when she had missed the chance to be with the man she loved so much, more than she loved herself. Her fears, agony of leaving Andrea. She truly is a one-man woman, because she only accepts Woo Jin when she is convinced Andrea wishes to become a priest and wishes for him not to be distracted by herself.

    And there’s this scene where she’s lying in the hospital bed before the final heart transplant op, and she’s saying good bye to everyone including Woo Jin and Andrea, as she is convinced she won’t survive the op. Gosh, I cried my eyes out there, really touching scene ?.

    Ji Jin Hee:

    You know, if Park Yong Ha is the Woo Jin of Love Letter, then Ji Jin Hee is the Sang Hyuk of Winter Sonata. This is the first time I’ve been more impressed with someone who is in a supporting role than the lead himself. Ji Jin Hee is really passionate about Eun Ha. From the first time he sets his eyes on her, he cannot get her out of his mind. He may be unscrupulous [like all 3rd parties are in a relationship in K dramas] but he truly means good for Eun Ha. Like when he scolds Andrea for indirectly causing Eun Ha’s heart condition to worsen, and when he even pretends to act as Eun Ha’s fiancé one last time to kill Andrea’s heart [obviously Andrea isn’t taken in, but the point is: He loves Eun Ha more than she loves him].

    If I could make a guess, I figure he loves Eun Ha more than Andrea loves her, but the scenes where he begs her to seek treatment and she staunchly refuses is a real heartbreaker.

    The crux in making a melodrama is to make it so touching that the audience will cry at every possible scene. I followed Love Letter and found that this wasn’t always true. You do not need to cry to feel for a drama, the occasional tinge of sadness and reluctance is often more than enough to make you feel for the character.

    A good OST also makes a world of difference, which in the case of ‘Love Letter’ is present! The songs ’Sarang Eul Mid Na Yo (Andrea Theme)’ and ‘Chun Gook Eh Ee Byul (Ending Title)’ by Tri-Be really made an impact when they were played at various stages of the show.

    Perhaps you will be even more touched when you see Woo Jin hesitating on the operating table to operate on Eun Ha as he is afraid he might cause her death, the agony on his face is vividly displayed as he looks to Andrea for help [they’re both heart surgeons remember?], Andrea simply takes his hand and grips it tightly, so we have two friends supporting each other on the prospect of saving the life of the woman they love so deeply. You even catch Andrea dropping a tear as he operating on Eun Ha, such is the love he has for her that he can’t help but sob even on the operating table. I must confess, the last episode of ‘Love Letter’ left me in tears despite my best efforts.

    The ending for ‘Love Letter’ is mildly confusing, as you see Andrea successfully becomes a priest. Woo Jin visits him at the chapel and requests that he pass a stock of dried flowers to Eun Ha. Eun Ha has been in coma for the past two years since the operation and somehow after Andrea passes the flowers to Eun Ha, she wakes up. As Eun Ha is wheeled along the beach by Andrea, Andrea promises that their love will start again.

    If you like me, are surprised, well don’t be, there’s nothing wrong with a Catholic priest falling in love. Because for Andrea, he fully understood that God was now his calling, and that the love he had for Eun Ha was now nothing more than brotherly love for a sister.

    I enjoyed the ending for ‘Love Letter’ and found it a very entertaining drama.

  15. 15 : shirley marie Says:

    dis shOw rili mAde mE cRy..T-T..

  16. 16 : Cm22 Says:

    I love this drama so much! It was the first drama I watched on YouTube!

  17. 17 : HannyBae Says:

    Sorry, Love Letter is not my kind of drama. The ending’s sooo weird…

  18. 18 : coltmilk Says:

    anyone know the ending song of this drama?
    i love this song alot!!!!!!
    plz help me to find out! thx!

    i stil can remember the melody of this song
    “don’t say bye, let me go…..”

  19. 19 : sleepless Says:

    Very sad in a lot of ways but excellent acting from all.

    Another great acting from Jo Hyeun Jae.

  20. 20 : Irene Yobo Says:

    I am looking for the CD to Love Letter so I can listen to this, does anyone know where I can find CD?

  21. 21 : Daisy Says:

    I want to see this drama because of Jo Hyun Jae. For many years I avoided tearjerkers as much as possible, but since discovering Korean dramas, I am actually looking forward to seeing them. It all started with Winter Sonata, another favorite is Beautiful Days.

  22. 22 : Luna Says:

    What a beautiful drama.

    I grew up in the 60’s watching Mexican telenovelas (big tearjerkers). The theme of them was frequently women (mostly mothers) making sacrifices and enduring a lot of pain for their children and those they loved. Here we now have a man doing the same, and to justify it, they made him a priest.

    Andrew is always denying himself for other people’s happiness or peace of mind. Sometimes others have to protect thim, and push him to do as his heart really desires.

    As a Roman Catholic, I understand perfectly what goes through the hearts and minds of the characters portraying clergy members. The director and screen writer did a goof job, but I did find a few minor flaws.

    The characters are so real, either self-sacrificing or self-centered. The actors did a great job and often moved me to tears.

    The pace is slow, but I did not find it draggy or boring. The OST is effective, beautiful and moving.

    As in most k-dramas, there’s a love triangle between humans. Here, a different kind of love, one rarely seen nowadays in movies and tv dramas: sublime love, love for God, is brought up.

    An ending where the lovers live happily everafter would have made us, the audience, happier. Instead, it puts into perspective a different kind of happiness that is so moving and spiritual.

    This is a drama I will certainly rewatch this drama.

  23. 23 : raeshya Says:

    Its great feeling to watch this movie..all the song soundtrack is beautiful, so somebody who knows how to get the cd ??

  24. 24 : JC Says:

    can anybody tell me the song they play at the end of the episodes?
    its such a beautiful song, but i can’t seem to find it

  25. 25 : betty Says:

    Hi JC! you can find the song at youtobe.com. I like that song too.But it makes me cry all the time when i listen it.

  26. 26 : nex12 Says:

    i dont think so..you know wat i hate this drama….i hate the guy.if really love’s andrea he will give up his dream…i dont cry in this series….he didnot give his dream. but y in the end of this drama they still together is a sin father…..ahhahahahahha…oh they have a kissing scene..oh wat a priest..

  27. 27 : lani Says:

    Can someone help me find the name of the Korean actor on Love Letter who likes Yu-ri the deaf girl? He is the guy who runs into her on the steps with his roller blades and then stops his rock performance because he sees her the club and chases after her.

  28. 28 : hm5airy Says:

    hi I’m from Egypt
    I watched this drama twice
    this drama has a great meaning,I have learned a lot from it , thank you
    the acting was perfect especially su ae and Anderea

  29. 29 : joy Says:

    You can download the soundtrack from here


  30. 30 : relyn Says:

    thanks for uploading this type of drama,I really enjoyed watching it over and over.. more power..Godbless

  31. 31 : eugene Says:

    Who can say! At the end, Andrew said that if Eun Ha awake, their love will start again. Who know that it is not the love between a man and a woman instead of brother and sister.

  32. 32 : Yukari DimAandaL Says:

    ., Oh mY god .,!!

    I loVe thiS mOVie So
    mUch .,!!
    Especially Jo Hyun Jae .,
    He is so Hot ,.
    I love his Role .,
    he is so good .,
    I Love all of the
    characters .,
    they are all
    perfect for the Role .,

    I hope there
    is a sequel ^^
    Eun ha became a
    sister .,
    so that she will be always at
    Andrew’s side /.,

    Luv this mUvie ., mWahhxx .,

  33. 33 : tahmineh Says:

    Any time I think about it I thank god for grant us great things in this world like as loving each other. Truly what is love? If it just is an attraction or desire between a man and a woman? of course no. The story of love always is interesting for any person, listening or seeing it. We have a poem about love: love seemed so simple, hazards now abound! Thanks to the breeze-blown musk from charming curls, our hearts in blood of misery are downed. I think true love (like as love between Andrea and Eun ae) comes from heaven and this drama displayed it as beauty. The beauty face of JHJ was very suite with Andrea’s role and Soo Ae was very perfect with face similar an angle. In fact, Eun ae was a lady that changes Andrea’s heart into a heaven when that she dwelt therein.

  34. 34 : fetty arisandi Says:

    I think this film enough good!!
    Jo Hyun Jae I love you!!

  35. 35 : Jerome Says:

    I can say that your headline “ love letter korean drama…” is not absorbing but I consider some readers might like it.

  36. 36 : mutiara Says:

    it’s a good movie..

  37. 37 : ontak Says:

    so romantic drama!!!

  38. 38 : mel Says:

    looks like so interesting… i want to watch this movie..

  39. 39 : kaveh yousefzadeh Says:

    ضمن سلام همانگونه که قبلا به استحضارتان رسید متاثر از اقامت تحصیلی بنده در شهرستان اصفهان در طی سال های 76-79 اینجانب شاهد تسریع و از سرگیری مجدد بلاها ومصائب سازمان یافته بر ضد ما بوده ایم که تا کنون به شهادت جانسوز پدر ومادرم و…انجامیده است. ضمن انکه برشدت بیماریهای مختلف یکی از برادرانم نیز به میزان معتنابهی افزوده اند.بگونه ای که تحمل نامبرده حتی برای لحظه ای هم امکان پذیر نیست.
    از سوی دیگر همانگونه که قبلا به استحضارتان رسید برای بنده هم مشکلات زیادی ایجاد کرده اند که نهایتا به خانه نشینی بنده کشیده شده است.
    مطالب فوق از ان جهت عنوان شد که افق دید جنابعالی نسبت به شرایط بسیار بد تحمیل شده بر ما افزوده شود.
    اما تقاضای بنده ذیلا عنوان می شود:
    از انجا که گفته می شود از سرگیری فعالیت های تحصیلی بنده در کشورهای خارجی و در وهله اول درکشور سوئد مستلزم اخذ پذیرش تحصیلی از اخرین دانشگاه محل تحصیل می باشد لذا مستدعی است با توجه به اینکه بنده به زودی در صورت مساعدبودن شرایط رهسپار کشور سوئد می شوم تمهیدات لازم جهت تسهیل بخشیدن به این مسئله را مهیا نمائید.اگر احیانا پذیرش تحصیلی جهت ارائه به مراکزاموزشی سوئد وکشورهای مشابه نیاز بود مستدعی است اسناد ومدارک منضم به ان را به نشانی پستی بنده(منظور توصیه نامه اساتید) ارسال فرمائید.
    لازم به ذکر است که بنده مترصد گذرانیدن دوره های اموزشی در رشته های جدید مرتبط با رشته تحصیلیم هستم.رشته هایی که بسیار جذاب وکاربردی وساده باشند.کاملا فاقد دروسی نظیر اقتصادسنجی و…باشند. به سایر برنامه های دائمی وروزانه بنده در عرصه یادگیری و تمرین دروس موسیقی و ورزشی وزبان های خارجی خللی ایجاد نکند.به امر مسافرت های دائمی توریستی –شغلی بنده به کشورهای خارجی اسیبی نرساند.بیشتر جنبه اجرائی داشته باشندو…
    اگرمرحمت کنید درزمینه تعیین رشته اتی بنده بگونه ای که همخوانی تام با موارد فوق الذکر داشته باشند توصیه ها وراهنمائی های لازم را ارائه فرمائید بسیار سپاسگذار خواهم شد.
    ناگفته نماند که بنده هیچ گونه رغبتی به طی کردن دوره های اموزشی نظیر انچه که در مقاطع کارشناسی و کارشناسی ارشد ان را تجربه نموده ندارم.
    مجددا خواهشمندم با توجه به ابعادتکان دهنده مصائب و بلیه های تحمیل شده بر ما و شرایط خانوادگی من در جهت تسریع بخشیدن به پاسخ بنده اهتمام شایسته را مبذول فرمائید.
    ضمنا به پیوست نشانی پستی بنده ارائه می گردد.
    قبلا از هرگونه همکاری جنابعالی متشکرم.
    عرضی نیست.
    کاوه یوسف زاده

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  40. 40 : kaveh yousefzadeh Says:

    How do you do?
    Recently I saw one other Korean series under the title of love letter. Before I declare my standpoint about this series I pay attention your consideration about good film qualifications again.
    From my view, some of a good film requirements are following:
    1-it must attract and stimulate its viewer sentiments.
    2-a good film must have a lot of spectators. I mean it must be popular. That is why I don’t accept art works that obtain a lot of rewards in world film festivals.for example I hint to my country films. I hate to watch them a lot. I personally believe on they allocate a lot of budgets to themselves. But their watching nauseate and upset me a lot! These films allocate a lot of budgets to themselves unfortunately!
    Although some of them obtain the best rewards from valid world festivals!?
    But instead when I watch the Korean series such as sad love story,heaven tree,stairway to heaven,huang jin I please so much from watching them. I promise you if these series be presented in Iran TV ,an extraordinary people welcome them!
    3-a good film is so entertainment.
    4- A good film must show the worst hoarse realities with art language. It must indirectly struggle with all of legal taboos and forbidden matters severely. You know in despotic and underdeveloped countries good and bad domains are so limited and superficial. You can find a lot of virgin matters in order to making films about these countries.
    5- A good film must be in service of mankind evolution. When a viewer see a good film his/her moral standards must be promoted optionally and volitionally not compulsory and forcedly!
    6-a good film has a lot of artistic aesthetic scenes.
    7-a good film must adore international and eternal values such as love (I mean merely the love among humans), humanity, philanthropy,…
    It must severely fight against all of racism,fanatic,chauvinism,dark ages,…ideologies!
    8-one of important matters from ancient times till now is this matter that good and evil are merely direct product of social,economic,geographic,environmental,historical conditions.they never are inward, inborn phenomena. This matter is very very important. The main error is lack of this matter. When a film has a static stance about human and his/her moral standard and connive all of external factors and it only suffice to internal and inward ones it oppress to human a lot!
    8-a good film challenge his/her viewer conscience!
    9-it is completely anti traditional.
    10-it heightens his/her smart, analysis power.
    11- There are a lot of erotic sing, dance scenes in the good films. It present love between male and female with the most simple, vivid and direct way.

    Anyway a good film qualifications are so much. I merely allude to a few of them.
    But return to our topic.
    In current weeks I saw other Korean series under the title of love letter.
    Unfortunately I don’t please from watching this series in comparison with other before mention Korean series. Although I prefer it to most of Iranian TV, cinema film and series. But I expected much more from this series.
    Some of My criticisms about this series are following:
    1-i doesn’t accept this series structure and scenario. I don’t like the love purport in this series. I don’t agree with Andrea and soo Ae love sentiments. I believe on Andrea character is so cruel.soo Ae character is weak and unintelligible as well. She is superstitious and fanatic too. I never accept their love as holy one!
    On the other of hand soo ae other lover(young dr jong)didn’t have romantic love with her too. his relation with soo ae was normal one not romantic!
    2-the title of this series isn’t convenient. why love letter?
    I think it had better this series title was Andrea.
    Yes Andrea!
    3-i believe on that it had better lee woo jin shouldn’t select friar job. If woo jin didn’t be metamorphosed to Andrea ,this series quality improved so much. Because his carrier spoil this series a lot. It may you say me that her mother insincerity cause woo jin be a clergyman. As a matter of fact Andrea wanted to forgive her mother. So he became a priest! But he selected a wrong way. On the other of hand as soon as he understood that he loved soo ae ,he must took his cloth out. I mean he should resign from clergy job necessarily. It was so disgusting he be hesitated about selecting his love.
    So he was very selfish and cruel.
    4-i don’t accept the love trend between jong woo jin and soo ae. Because dr young jong love sentiment about soo ae was very usual. He hasn’t any romantic sentiment about soo ae. This matter don’t have any consistency with film frame. Because the series viewer expect to watch a triangular extreme love among soo ae on the one hand and jong woo jin and andrea on the other of hand.
    On the other of hand soo ae love sentiment was meaningless.
    Why soo ae must encourage her main and first lover lee woo jin(or andrea)to be priest? It is so nonsense!
    These two love each other a lot .so it is very funny and disgusting that soo ae repel Andrea. she could encourage him for changing his job not vise versa! This matter spoils film quality a lot!
    5-the end of this series wasn’t good .it seems soo ae and jong woo jin became each other permanent partners. I mean the viewer conclude they marry each other finally. But this matter spoil the series basic frame a lot. Because the love between them wasn’t sacred and romantic at all. On the other of hand Andrea dual and selfish behavior angry his/her viewer viewpoint to himself a lot!
    As a matter of fact it seems that Andrea wasn’t real lover! He became friar. Because he only wanted to forgive others and especially his mother. This is so bad!
    6- This series music wasn’t convenient. Its music hasn’t similarity with series them. It had better the director selected erotic female singers. Although this series wasn’t amorously at all in final analysis.
    7- This series have a lot of boring scenes. Unlike other Korean mention series when I was watching this series, I feel drowsiness most of times. But when I saw the series such as sad love story,…I eagerly saw them!
    These are some of my criticism about this series.
    But this series main privilege has located in good play of actresses and actors. They performed their role so good.
    Anyway this series theme is so better that the films and series that show in Iran TV, cinema. Whether they be made in Iran or foreign countries.

    Among the Korean series that I have seen so far this series rank is following respectively:

    1-sad love story
    2-stairway to heaven and heaven tree
    3-huang jin
    4-bad love, beautiful days, terms of endearment, scent of summer,winter queen,winter of sonata(winter of love) simultaneously
    5-the jewel in palace
    6-sacred love
    7-love letter

    But the best films that I have seen in my longevity are following respectively:
    1-sad love story
    2-stairway to heaven and heaven tree
    3-huang jin

    I intend to see the historical-romantic series huang jin for 3 times again.
    In future I want to provide other Korean (and other countries) romantic series.
    Any way in future as soon as I see other films I declare my view about them.
    Dear friends!
    I like Korea so much! I wish I could come Korea many times in my longevity!
    I have no more to say. I trouble you!
    Best regard
    Kaveh yousefzadeh

  41. 41 : MJ Says:

    Years ago, I had glimpsed of some of its episodes and it made me cry…Never did I thought I would be in the same shoes…

  42. 42 : bambi Says:

    one of the first korean drama that i have watched..sad,but the story is good, great actors, i love ji jin hee..this series also made me cry..

  43. 43 : varandhorn Says:

    I like this drama it’s so sad. First drama to see JoHyunJae then I love him love his smile love his eyes & sight. I’m his fans club after I watch SeoDongYo.

  44. 44 : fennie Says:

    Beautiful story and strong cast. I was watching Glory Jane but I took a peek at this dvd and immediately fell in love with the story, finished it right away. My eyes were sooo puffy crying with the characters. I love all the three main stars plus the mom, and sister. I like the OST too. Great!

  45. 45 : sheila Says:

    this is an awesome story… I really wanna watch this because it is different from all love stories that I’ve watched before… A priest, that who fell in love to someone, I know it sounds impossible but I know in Love, there are no impossibilities :)) but the ending is unacceptable at this Korean Drama because CEH married JWJ…

  46. 46 : yoann Says:

    really andrea has a strong hope….i like his hearth and his decision
    it is a wonderful drama….i love it

  47. 47 : bernadette Says:

    loved “Love Letter” so much… among JHJ’s drama, this is for me the most dramatic…
    if one wants to cry, this is highly recommended…
    JHJ’s acting here is superb… just loved him when he cries… no Korean actor can cry such lovely other than him…

  48. 48 : love letter Says:

    Could I see this drama? Is there any place I can see this drama? Please ~

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