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[sBS] Ji Sung, Eugene, Ryu Soo Young, Lee Bo Young

THE LAST DANCE IS WITH ME

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the lovestory you will remember forever

starring eugene, jisung, lee bo young, ryu su young

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One day in my life one person, one love approached me like an car accident I really loved him... One day he disappears and returns but what if he can't recognize you? a girl who is in pain because of the forgotten love... a guy who feels a new love in an unfamiliar girl who is always looking at him in a familiar way... There love has started again but... But there destiny starts to break in front of them... Due an accident HyunWoo, an heir of 'Maple' group, gets amnesia and spends his time recovering in a small Pension in KangWonDo. He falls in love with a girl who saved his life. Like the Alphs girl Heidi , Eunsoo portrays a sad and beautiful love story. Hyeon-woo... is the son of the chairman of a big corporation, Global Group. However, against his father's expectations, Hyeon-woo prefers to live the lifestyle as a photography student. He dislikes his father a lot. Hyeon-woo was brought up in a strict environment and did whatever his father told him to do. When he finally found something (photography) that he liked, his father ordered him to make a good image for himself so that he can take over the firm in the future. He rebels against his father's wishes at a dinner table with his fiancee, Soo-jin, her parents, and Hyeon-woo's parents. He embarasses his father by asking Soo-jin's parents that would they accept a son-in-law that has no interest in taking over his father's firm, but being a photographer. Soo-jin's parents wanted to tie the knot between Soo-jin and Hyeon-woo mainly because of the support Soo-jin's family and Hyeon-woo's family would give each other. Soo-jin's father is a shareholder of Hyeon-woo's company. Eun-soo... is left with the memoryless Hyeon-woo whom she names Chang-ho since he doesn't even remember his name. A year has passed since the incident and Hyeon-woo starts to adapt to his new life. His memory still hasn't come back, but he enjoys being with Eun-soo and her father at the Dreaming Forest. He and Eun-soo get along real well, playing jokes on each other and all. However, a man pays a visit and tries to convince Eun-soo's father to sell the house so that the contracting company can set up their ground on top of the land in which the house was built on. However, Eun-soo had made a promise with her deceased mother that she wouldn't sell the house no matter what. Eun-soo and Chang-ho start developing feelings for one another and get engaged. Eun-soo's dad dies. The next day, some thugs try to kill Chang-ho but he suddenly remembers his real identity, Hyeun-woo and leaves the house. Eun-soo returns to see that Chang-ho has left her. Hyeun-woo takes over their company. after a time, Eun-soo goes to find work at the Global Company. she sees Chang-ho and wonders why everyone calls him Hyeun-woo. Hyeun-woo is now engaged to Soo-jin but can't shake out the feeling that he is destined to be with somebody else. Will Hyeun-woo and Eun-soo be reunited?

last_8_20041015105749.jpgJI EUNSOO She owns a small pension with her father in KangWonDo. She acts as the wife of the pension who is bright and healthy. One day a guy falls into her hands. Its Hyunwoo who had lost his memory in a car accident. Eunsoo and her father with a kind heart brought him to their pension and gave him the name 'ChangHo'. She falls in love with him and they have a engagement party promising that their love will be forever. But with happiness, misfortune comes. On the day of her engagement party, her dad dies of cancer. The only person left by her side is ChangHo. But in a few days ChangHo disappears. Eunsoo gave up all hope because she lost the 2 people she loved the most. She waited for ChangHo but the more she did her pain and wound grew. And like that time passes by...one day she was on her way to meet her friend JangMi at Global Chemistry when she sees someone that looks like ChangHo. This guy has good manners and is good looking...but when Eunsoo looks at him again and again she is sure that its ChangHo but everyone else calls him Kang HyunWoo. last_5_20041015104952.jpgKANG HYUNWOO/CHANGWOO He is the son of Global Group's Chairman, Chairman Kang. He is also the heir of Global Chemistry. Since he was born he lived as a prince but he wants to go through a road he never went before instead of the life that has been set for him. He also knows why his father wants him to marry SooJin. He thinks that there will be no women that will love him so its better if he marries someone with the same status as him; with money and a good family. One day after having a fight with is father he takes out the car and drives to KangWonDo. He gets involved in a car accident that was set up by Taemin and looses his memory. He recovers in the pension 'Koom KooNun Soup'. While he is there he falls in love with Eunsoo. Taemin finds out about HyunWoo whereabouts so he makes up a plot with hooligans and because of this plot HyunWoo gets into an accident. Because of this accident he memory comes back. He returns as Kang Hyunwoo from a year ago at the time of the accident. He lost all his memory of Eunsoo and the Pension and the memory that he once loved her. He returns to his house and goes with the plans of marrying SooJin but his heart hurts because there's someone thats keeping popping into his head. When Eunsoo appears like fate, he starts getting attracted to her. credits: http://tv.sbs.co.kr/last/

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Story:

Kang Hyun-woo had only one overpowering passion: photography. Everything else came a distant second: his role as heir-apparent to the throne of the family's business conglomerate, his wealthy status, and his long-time girlfriend Yoon Soo-jin. His lack of interest in business brought his father, Chairman Kang, problems. When Hyun-woo just up and left Korea and flew to New York to pursue photography courses, Chairman Kang was determined to bring Hyun-woo back to the fold; in the meantime, he trusted the young lawyer Jung Tae-min as his right-hand man, at least while Hyun-woo was away. At last, Hyun-woo came back to Korea at the news of his father's failing health, only to find out it was just a ploy to make him come home.

Ji Eun-soo was a simple country girl who ran a small bed-and-breakfast called 'Dreaming Forest' with her sickly father. Her life virtually revolved around running the inn, taking care of her father and having a crush on the young doctor who took care of him.

These two lives collided one fateful night when, after an explosive argument with his father, Hyun-woo stormed off and drove out in the country. Along the way, he picked up a hitchhiker who turned out to be a thief and stabbed him, throwing him over a ravine. Disoriented, Hyun-woo wandered off and barely missed being hit by the car driven by Eun-soo, who just came from a doctor's appointment with her father. Meanwhile, the thief drove away in Hyun-woo's car and got into an accident, the car blowing up in the process.

Soon Hyun-woo's family received news that their son died in the explosion, his personal effects found in the charred and unrecognizable body of the thief.

Eun-soo and her father brought him to the country hospital and, against Eun-soo's will, stuck around until the patient awoke. When finally he woke up, they realized his injuries were so severe that he completely lost his memory. At her father's insistence, Eun-soo agreed to let the embittered and wary stranger stay with them at the inn while he still had nowhere to go. They gave him the name Jan-ho.

In the year that followed, Jan-ho fully recovered his strength and positive disposition, but not his memory. His relationship with Eun-soo became like that of a brother and sister, until they both realized it was more than kinship that they felt. Under a pine tree, they exchanged lockets where Jan-ho promised that whatever happened, even if his memory would return, he would love Eun-soo forever.

Back home, since Hyun-woo's 'death', Soo-jin was still pining for him, remembering how he'd promised to marry her the day before he 'died'. Tae-min now had gained a better accord with Hyun-woo's father, and it appears he had harbored feelings for Soo-jin from the start, even when Hyun-woo was around. In Soo-jin's loneliness, she sought comfort with Tae-min, their closeness suddenly frowned upon by both Soo-jin and Hyun-woo's families.

Now, the Dreaming Forest Inn was the only thing left to Eun-soo and her father, but despite repeated offers from a huge Seoul company to buy the land, they refused. It turned out that the company that was trying to acquire the piece of land was that of Hyun-woo's family. Tae-min, now the General Manager, finally paid a visit to the inn to personally convince the owner to sell and got the shock of his life when he met Jan-ho, the spitting image of Hyun-woo, whom he had envied for so long.

After having Jan-ho investigated, Tae-min finally realized that Jan-ho was none other than Hyun-woo sans his memories. Here Tae-min began to show his true colors for, instead of informing Hyun-woo's family and Soo-jin that Hyun-woo was still alive, he ordered a friend to finish Hyun-woo off.

The day of Jan-ho and Eun-soo's engagement was a day to remember, both for its happiness and the pain that followed soon after. That night, Tae-min's minion carried out the plan and tried to kill Jan-ho. But it backfired, for Jan-ho's memories returned and he went home to his family while Eun-soo waited for him at the inn.

Hyun-woo was back; his family was overjoyed, so was Soo-jin. And Hyun-woo forgot all about Eun-soo, and had no way of remembering about her as Soo-jin had seen his locket, read the message inside, and kept it, not saying a word about it to Hyun-woo.

Despite his confusion as to the year that was lost in his memory, Hyun-woo became the son his father always wanted him to be. He took his rightful seat as General Manager, and Tae-min was demoted, going back to his position as Director. Now that Hyun-woo was back, Soo-jin had no more time for Tae-min, much to the latter's misery. And the engagement was on.

Soon after, Eun-soo's father died, leaving her alone to run the inn with the help of an aunt. After months of trying to look for Jan-ho, Eun-soo finally gave up, thinking he was gone forever. She burned all their letters and photographs, leaving only the locket to remember him by. After much convincing by her aunt, she took a rare trip to Seoul to visit her friend, who worked for Hyun-woo's company.

It was there that Eun-soo saw Hyun-woo, and after finding out about his year-long disappearance, had no doubt that he was her Jan-ho. Their first meeting did not go too well, what with Eun-soo going in hysterics as she called him Jan-ho. Hyun-woo, miffed by this stranger, even had guards restrain her and take her away from him.

Resolved to make Hyun-woo remember her, Eun-soo left the Dreaming Forest to her aunt and moved to Seoul with her friend, applying at the company. At the job interview, Hyun-woo once again got annoyed with her when he found out she had lied about knowing how to speak in Japanese (which was a requirement for the job) and decided not to hire her.

Tae-min met Eun-soo and, amazed at her kindness toward him, pulled strings to have her hired as a sales clerk at the showroom. Hyun-woo was not too pleased to see her at the showroom but did not try to contradict Tae-min's decision to hire her.

Soon Tae-min and Eun-soo became friends, while Hyun-woo did not bother hiding his disgust for Eun-soo, much to Soo-jin's curiosity. All they knew was that Eun-soo was in Seoul because her fiancé, who looked just like Hyun-woo, was long dead. Hyun-woo was not too happy with this information. This impression changed during a company trip where Hyun-woo realized just how kind, helpful and resourceful Eun-soo was. He became nicer to her, and while they talked, Eun-soo told him that her fiancé is not dead; he was very much alive. That night, Eun-soo got drunk and Hyun-woo carried her to his room, where he saw the locket she was wearing. Tenderness began to well within him and they became friends.

Hyun-woo now found himself wanting to protect Eun-soo and, at a party where she worked as a server and was being ridiculed, he grabbed Eun-soo and scolded her for letting other people step on her, even telling her to stop pining for her former fiance. Hurt by his words, Eun-soo then promised to leave the company to stay away from him. Back at the party, Soo-jin found the locket Eun-soo dropped and found the message inside, exactly like the one she found on Hyun-woo when he came back. She realized that Hyun-woo and Eun-soo loved each other when he lost his memory.

Hyun-woo realized he did not want Eun-soo to leave, and finally confessed his feelings to her. They agreed to be together, and Hyun-woo broke up with Soo-jin, who refused, promising she would never let him go. The following days were happy ones for Hyun-woo and Eun-soo, while Tae-min silently wallowed in his jealousy and Soo-jin desperately found ways and means to break them up.

Tae-min then was revealed to have a vendetta against Hyun-woo's family. He believed Hyun-woo's father stole the company from his own father, driving him to suicide. Now that Eun-soo told him she loved Hyun-woo and looked upon him only as a friend, his vendetta was fully directed at Hyun-woo. He began underhanded measures to grab the company from Hyun-woo's family.

Soo-jin's father, upon finding out about Hyun-woo's breaking his engagement to his daughter, vowed to pull away his investment in the company. Even Hyun-woo's mother tried to pay Eun-soo to stay away from her son, but she refused. Adamantly, Hyun-woo refused to marry Soo-jin only to save the company.

Eun-soo was then faced with a dilemma. If she left Hyun-woo, the company would be saved, and Hyun-woo as well. She broke up with Hyun-woo, telling him she only wanted money and now that Hyun-woo's father gave him money and her own house, she was breaking up with him. But there was no money and no house, and Hyun-woo's father silently admired Eun-soo's love for his son.

What followed next was a series of power-grabbing within the company as both Tae-min and Hyun-woo vied for Eun-soo's heart. Soon after Tae-min became General Manager and began the process of fully destroying the company. However, the plan was foiled when Hyun-woo found out about his plans. His father even told him that he never paid Eun-soo a cent, and the two were reunited.

In a final attempt to fix things, Eun-soo went to talk with Tae-min but, inebriated, Tae-min mistook her for Hyun-woo and ran her down with his car. And no one heard from her againâ?¦

Now it was Hyun-woo's turn to look and wait for Eun Soo!

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Eugene as Eun-soo:

I passed watching 'Loving You' because I was not too interested, so I have never seen Eugene act before. However, in this drama, she was quite good. In the scenes where she is to show great depths of emotions, she delivers very well. It will be safe to say that when she smiles and laughs, the audience shares her happiness. The same thing goes when she cries. When her tears fall, it is almost heartbreaking to see her weep so much. She makes the audience feel.

Love changes a person. Maybe we could accept that at face value. Eugene's Eun-soo starts out as a spunky and caring girl, who was against the idea of taking in a stranger into their lives. She was that cautious, but in the middle of the story, she throws all caution to the wind and stays close to her Jan-ho. While it is a romantic notion to do something drastic as that, one cannot help but be cynical about it. But hey, welcome to the world of dramas.

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Ji Sung as Hyun-woo/Jan-ho:

Ji Sung was impressive in 'All In', but he was not exactly the lead there. Here, he takes on the lead role, and he starts it with such zest when we first see him at the airport, gamely trying to run away from his guards. He is quite a looker, and in this series, he takes on three distinct looks. We first see him as the typical artist: hippie outfit, capped, unshaven, quite grungy as he toted his camera case around. In his amnesiac state, he is a boyish country boy in simple jeans and sleeve-shirts. When he goes back as Hyun-woo, he turns into quite a dresser, the type you would see in the cover of GQ or, if not, Forbes.

His portrayal of a man who has to appear strong in spite of insecurities brought about by a memory with holes in it was just right. The confusion why he was drawn to Eun-soo, the resolve that he wants no one but her, and the tenderness brought about by that love were a potent mix when he played them off against each other.

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Lee Bo Young as Soo-jin:

Lee Bo Young is pretty. I first saw her with Won Bin in 'My Brother', and right off the bat, I found her pretty. Her character was initially nice, but when her relationship with Hyun-woo was threatened, she became nothing short of venomous.

Soo-jin is an artist - a sculptor. I always had a high regard for artists, always looked at them in awe. They had that certain look, that aura. A flick of the hand when making art, a look on the face, a glint in their eye. She did not convince me at all that she was an artist.

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Ryu Soo Young as Tae-min:

He is a dark horse. Tae-min is a character whose facets unfolded as the story progressed. Here we find a seemingly simple man, but there are layers and layers within, brimming with anger, hate, and also love for Eun-soo. He turned in a more than acceptable portrayal. He could have played Tae-min straight-up as a man who wants nothing but revenge, but Ryu Soo Young's Tae-min was more than that. We feel his conflicted emotions, his thirst for payback, and his need to be loved and accepted by Eun-soo. With him, we see a little boy lost.

EUGENE AND JI SUNG HAVE SUCH GOOD CHEMISTRY....

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Review

Rich guy engaged to another rich girl, a simple girl falling for a rich guy, amnesia, sacrifices for love. Geez-where have I seen these before?

Well, virtually in almost every other Korean drama.

Not that it's wrong; in truth, I liked this drama, and how they treated what would seem to be an old and used formula. After all, the underlying theme is still as basic as the air one breathes: Love endures.

The concept is pretty much typical when it started out, but along the way one feels involved with the story and the characters because of the honesty of their performance. In a world of skepticism, especially about Love, they make the viewer believe that Love truly endures and eventually conquers, no matter what storms they have to weather.

The two main leads Ji Sung and Eugene, while not having chemistry as explosive as that of Song Hye-kyo and Bi, register well together on the screen. When they are together, one could feel the love they have for each other.

Conclusion

Everyone should watch this, if only to see four people with seemingly different motivations come full circle because of LOVE. In this serial, I cried with Eun-soo, laughed with Hyun-woo and shared in the darkness of Tae-min.

credits: jeffer's review/spcnet/http://www.spcnet.tv/reviews/review.php?rID=900

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hey ujin...just wondering...coz ur avatar seems really familiar...wat was ur old username? or has it always been ujin? :)

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fanmade MVs i uploaded a while back

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kiss ng

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NGs from ng special that i edited out

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Our Love Will Always Last (English Version) - Edward Chun

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As we walk this land

Side by side, hand in hand

I know that some clouds may pass

But if we hold on tight

And love with all our might

Then the thorns in our life will never last

And the roads may sometimes be unpaved

You may think that our love can not be saved

Though the world out there

May be cold to all we share

I have you, to take me through the night

And if we hold on tight

And stay true to all that’s right

Then baby, our love will always last…

See the sunrise in the sky

Kiss the sunset as we lie

At night, I’ll never leave your side

But I know someday

I’ll be gone, and you’ll be gray

Oh, darling, wish that I could heal your pain…

Though the world out there

May be cold to all we share

I have you, to take me through the night

And if we hold on tight

And stay true to all that’s right

Then baby, our love will always last…

And if we hold on tight, stay true to all that’s right

Then baby, our love will always last

Give My Love (English Version) - Edward Chun

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When I look in your eyes I can see that you

Want to be with me but you’re so scared

And I don’t know what to say or do

But the tears keep falling from your eyes

And I know that

Times won’t change my love

And I can’t do nothing to keep you

Oh, I’ll give my love oh when I hold you tight

Give my love through kisses oh so bright

And you know that I can’t change my love

Take my love all through the night…

As the hours pass away

You think that love ain’t here to stay

Feel a beat from your chest

But you don’t give doubt a moment’s rest

You dream the future and all you see is dark

Listen to your heart, baby, the truth will set sparks

Now I’ll give my love oh when I hold you tight

Give my love through kisses oh so bright

And you know that I can’t change my love

Take my love all through the night…

Now I’ll give my love oh when I hold you tight

Give my love through kisses oh so bright

And you know that time won’t change my love

Take my love all through the night…

I’ll give my love oh when I hold you tight

Give my love, through kisses oh so bright

And you know that I can’t change my love

Take my love all through the night…

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yep, d-addicts.com has subs. all the eps are available, but one more eps needs to be edited (ep 11, if i remember correctly). i haven't watched it all yet, i'm stuck at that point, eagerly waiting hehe so far so good, i'll definitely recommend it. especially if you're a eugene fan :D

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anyone have link clubbox for download SBS ACTING AWARD 2004 ^^

I would like to see jisung and Eugene , they lovely in "last dance with me"

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and this talk show ^^

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anyone have link clubbox for download SBS ACTING AWARD 2004 ^^

I would like to see jisung and Eugene , they lovely in "last dance with me"

and this talk show ^^

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that is actually a photoshopped pic

behind the scenes pics

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