Korean title: 봄의 왈츠 (Bom-eui Wal-cheu)
So, Spring Waltz has danced its way to one of our local terrestrial TV networks, huh? I don’t really know who the lead is, this Seo Do-young (서도영) fella, but the heroine Han Hyo-joo (한효주) is kinda cute.
Of course, the romance between the two isn’t a bed of roses and the couple’s thorn in the flesh comes in the form of Seo’s character’s former lover, played by Lee So-yeon (이소연).
Daniel Henney plays the 4th lead and since he doesn’t get to speak English with a co-star here, he stands around perfecting the deaf and dumb act.
However, I’ve only seen, like, 45 minutes of the drama (from two different episodes, no less!) so I can’t say much about the cast’s performance. I don’t like watching it because it’s dubbed in Mandarin.
Childhood sweethearts Sunho and Eunying find life pulling them apart, yet in adulthood, when they are with their respective partners, they find that fate is reuniting them.
- TV2 (Free TV, yay!)
- Monday to Thursday
- 6pm to 7pm
- Dubbed in Mandarin with Bahasa Malaysia subtitles
Pic credit: YesAsia.com