The Korean Drama is based off the Japanese drama that was released in 2013. same story. the Japanese drama was good, loved the songs. I think the Korean drama will have more twists in the plot. but so far looks great
Page turner is a mini drama that also tells the characters' passion for music, only classics. He tells about Yoo Seul is a student of an art high school. She is a talented pianist and who won various contests, but she is driven by her mother. Yoo Seul's mother wanted to become a pianist when she was younger. One day, Yoo Seul has an accident. Yoo Seul may never play the piano again because of the accident.
I have watch the episode one and two I'm not disappointed though I love the Japanese movie but I found out the Korean remake is good and interesting. The chemistry is awesome and I love the ost of the drama. I'm looking forward for more songs ...though this is a musical drama love it !
I'm not terribly disappointed in the storyline change as it's a show instead of a movie, but they've failed to maintain the dignity of the characters and that's what I think is the biggest problem so far. I'm still willing to give them chance to prove themselves, but I can't say that I'm on board with what they've done.
i just watched first episode and i know nothing about original manga but i must say it wasnt bad. maybe little on the average side but i'm actually kinda excited to watch next episode.
lets just give them time to prove themselves and show us a bit more of the story :)
Same here i have been reading it since it started and then the live action came and Takeru and Shohei nailed and that awesome soundtrack i have all the songs in my cel under crude play...so i am just going to think this drama is completely unrelated and if i do not enjoy it on the next episodes then bye bye...you know for us it will be hard to find a drama because we had the bar set too high with eternal love...and no my friend you are not strange you are just a true fan of the manga.
I'm really loving all the members of Crude Play so far and their music is pretty good. I still can't say that Hyunwoo was the best fit to play Hangyeol (Aki). I feel like his image is stuck in everlasting youth, and seeing him try to play an adult with shirtless scenes and intimate scenes is very awkward. I'll probably continue watching to see if there's any improvement.