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  • Drama: Immutable Law of First Love
  • Country: South Korea
  • Episodes: 11
  • Aired: Sep 14, 2015 - Oct 9, 2015
  • Aired On: Monday, Wednesday, Friday
  • Network: Naver TV Cast
  • Duration: 10 min.
  • Rating: Not Yet Rated

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  • Score: 6.3 (scored by 386 users)
  • Ranked: #3148
  • Popularity: #2133
  • Watchers: 1,309

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Immutable Law of First Love
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The story of Jong Goo, a handsome genius man and Yeo Ri, a woman who is always hurt by seeing her boyfriend together with other girls. ~~ The web drama is based on an original web novel of the same name.

  • Country: South Korea
  • Type: Drama
  • Episodes: 11
  • Aired: Sep 14, 2015 - Oct 9, 2015
  • Aired On: Monday, Wednesday, Friday
  • Network: Naver TV Cast
  • Duration: 10 min.
  • Score: 6.3 (scored by 386 users)
  • Ranked: #3148
  • Popularity: #2133
  • Rating: Not Yet Rated

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Completed
Mayra Esther Rodriguez
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Overall 10
Story 10
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Music 10
Rewatch Value 10
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This is the first time that Kim Jeong Hoon ventures into this web drama genre making a magnificent performance and dealing with a subject as sensitive as death and mourning. I had to watch it several times to understand it well. Kim Jeong Hoon plays Park Jong Goo, a genius and handsome physics teacher, while Song Ji Eun plays Lee Yeo Ri. This short and sensitive drama tells about the grieving process that occurs in Jong Goo, due to the death of his young wife with only two and a half years of marriage. (Marriage is implicit in the drama and in photos of the making of).

Summary: Jong Goo is a young high school physics teacher, intellectually, handsome and sensitive genius. He falls in love with Yeo Ri, a photographer by profession. Both are married after a short and nice courtship and after a thousand days of happy union, she dies of a cancerous tumor in the brain. Jong Goo goes through the process of mourning the death of his first love (we see this process in the different flashbacks we see in the drama). Only two people see the ghost of Yeo Ri (Ha Na, Physical Education teacher, in love with him, and Chan Mi, his student). Jong Goo marks in the calendar the day in which it is going away to reunite with her, committing suicide drowned in the sea, in the same beach where she requested marriage to him. He is saved by Chan Mi, who tells him that Yeo Ri is present.

Analysis: In the process of mourning that Jung Goo lives, we clearly see the different stages. He cries the loneliness he feels when he finds out about Yeo Ri's death. He lives day after day seeing the memory of her in the form of a ghost in the house. He becomes irresponsible in his work because he is emotionally affected since he leaves the classes he teaches without finishing them, whenever she remembers her. Ha Na is in love with him, but she asks the ghost of Yeo Ri to let him go, and that she will take care of him. Finally, she disappears to die and when he decides to commit suicide and is saved by Chan Mi and Ha Na, the spirit of Yeo Ri appears to him, writing in the arena that she loves him. He kisses the memory of Yeo Ri, she asks him to be happy and to fall in love again. In the end, when time passes, he falls in love again, making Ha Na his girlfriend. This is an intelligent and sensitive Drama that brings us in a light way, without traumatizing, the theme of death and unresolved mourning.

Analysis of the photo of the Last Supper: Leonardo Da Vinci's painting of the Last Supper, presents us a Jewish dinner where Jesus shares for the last time with his apostles. It is a universal work of art. In this work of art, the farewell of Jesus is presented. In this drama, in the opening, we see Kim Jeong Hoon with a bouquet of white roses in his hands (white is the color of mourning in Asia), we see Yeo Ri in the place where Jesus would be at the Last Supper, caressing the head of Jong Goo and his ghost saying goodbye. before the eyes of the other characters in the drama. There is a phrase that Jong Goo (Jeong Hoon) says: "I swear to you by God, by Buddha, by Allah, and by my parents that I want to be with you." This phrase gives us the key that love is universal and the feeling of mourning is universal and inherent in all cultures (that's why he mentions the name of God in the three great religions of the world). In addition, they are united only 1,000 days, a symbolic number in Korean culture, which symbolizes a period of happiness before the problems.

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Mayra Esther Rodriguez
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Oct 16, 2018
11 of 11 episodes seen
Completed 0
Overall 10
Story 10
Acting/Cast 10
Music 10
Rewatch Value 10
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¿Por qué me gusta tanto este web drama tan serio?

Esta es la primera vez que Kim Jeong Hoon incursiona en este género del web drama haciendo una magnífica actuación y tratando un tema tan sensible como la muerte y el luto. Yo tuve que verlo varias veces para poder entendero bien. Kim Jeong Hoon interpreta a Park Jong Goo, un genio y guapo, mientras Song Ji Eun interpreta a Lee Yeo Ri. Este corto y sensible drama habla sobre el proceso de duelo que ocurre en Jong Goo, debido a la muerte de su joven esposa con solo dos años y medio de matrimonio. (el matrimonio está implícito en el drama). Resumen: Jong Goo es un joven maestro de Fisica de Escuela Superior, genio intelectualmente, guapo y sensible. Se enamora de Yeo Ri, fotógrafa de profesión. Ambos se casan luego de un corto y simpático noviazgo y luego de mil días de feliz unión, ella muere de un tumor canceroso en el cerebro. Jong Goo pasa por el proceso de luto por la muerte de su primer amor (vemos este proceso en los distintos flashbacks que vemos en el drama). Solo dos personas ven el fantasma de Yeo Ri (Ha Na, profesora de Educación Física, enamorada de él; y Chan Mi, estudiante suyo). Jong Goo marca en el calendario el día en que se va a reunir con ella, suicidándose ahogado en el mar, en la misma playa donde ella le pidió matrimonio a él. Es salvado por Chan Mi, que le indica que Yeo Ri está presente.

Análisis: En el proceso de luto que vive Jung Goo vemos claramente las diferentes etapas. Él llora la soledad que siente cuando se entera de la muerte de Yeo Ri. Él vive día tras día viendo el recuerdo de ella en forma de fantasma en la casa. Él se vuelve irresponsable en su trabajo porque está afectado emocionalmente, ya que deja las clases que imparte sin terminarlas, cada vez que la recuerdan ella. Ha Na está enamorada de él, pero ella le pide al fantasma de Yeo Ri que lo suelte, y que ella se hará cargo de él. Finalmente, ella desaparece para morir y cuando él decide suicidarse y es salvado por Chan Mi y Ha Na, el espíritu de Yeo Ri se le aparece, escribiendo en la arena que lo ama a él. Él besa el recuerdo de Yeo Ri, ella le pide que sea feliz y se vuelva a enamorar. Al final, cuando el tiempo pasa, él se vuelve a enamorar, haciendo a Ha Na su novia. Este es un Drama inteligente y sensible que nos trae de una manera ligera, sin traumatizar, el tema de la muerte y del luto no resuelto.

Análisis de la foto de la Última Cena: El cuadro de Leonardo Da Vinci de la Última Cena, nos presenta una cena de judía donde Jesús comparte por última vez con sus apóstoles. Es una obra de arte universal. En esta obra de arte se presenta la despedida de Jesús. En este drama, en la apertura, vemos a Kim Jeong Hoon con un ramo de rosas blancas en sus manos (el blanco es color de luto en Asia), vemos a Yeo Ri en el lugar donde estaría Jesús en la Última Cena, acariciando la cabeza de Jong Goo y su fantasma despidiéndose. ante la mirada de los demás personajes del drama. Hay una frase que Jong Goo (Jeong Hoon) dice: " Te juro por Dios, por Buda, por Alá y por mis padres que deseo estar contigo.". esta frase nos da la clave de que el amor es universal y el sentimiento de luto es universal e inherente a todas las culturas, no importa la religión (por eso meciona el nombre de Dios en las tres grandes religiones del mundo). Además, ellos están unidos solamente 1,000 días, un número simbólico en la cultura coreana, que simboliza un periodo de felicidad antes de los problemas.

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