Here we are again in Secret Love Affair Jukebox for enjoying the beauty of classical performance that Yoo Ah In plays during episode 6 to 8 (well, not really for episode 6, since he doesn’t play the piano there :p ). We’ve had posted his videos playing the piano from the previous episodes here and here as well.
Before hitting on the notes, I notice that some of you are asking about the title of the music plays at the beginning and the end of the drama. From what I gather, it is the OST of Secret Love Affair itself. Arranged/composed by Secret Love Affair Music Director Lee Nam Yeon, the title of the opening and ending score is “The Window Composition”. Here’s the video~
Secret Love Affair Opening
Now, there are only 2 scores that Yoo Ah In aka Lee Seon Jae plays during episode 6 to 8. One of them…
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The “aftermath”~ just.so.cute. (cr: DC)
Secret Love Affair continues being a brilliant and well-executed show with consistency in iconic directing that helmed by PD Ahn Pan Seok. The drama shows strong commitment to keep its bar high. The method acting, fun solid story-line, the classical music, and exquisite movie-like pictures all blend beautifully, have kept viewers sticking to the show. This week’s ratings marked the highest record as it reached 6% for big cities and 4% for the national viewerships. [Note: 1% ratings in cable network is equal to 5% in national TV, therefore this drama is considered as having high ratings]
Apart from the numbers, Secret Love Affair popularity is shown by the parody made by other networks (tvN’s SNL Korea), the KakaoTalk emoticons parody (click here), and the high numbers of visitors on the Secret Love Affair “Classic Jukebox” and music tutorial page provided in JTBC official…
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Surprisingly, I like it. We are in the second episode and things has started to get dark. There’s always someone chasing after someone. And I apologize for the wrong number of total episodes I stated in the recap of episode one. There are 32 episodes not 50.
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