3 Reasons To Tune Into Lee Jong Suk And Shin Hye Sun’s “Death Song”
SBS’s much-anticipated drama special “Death Song” finally premieres on November 27.
Below are three reasons to tune into the drama:
“Death Song” will focus on a sad love story that happened around a hundred years ago. Although Yoon Shim Deok was famous for being Joseon’s first soprano, she was not able to live a happy life with her lover. Kim Woo Jin also threw himself into tragic destiny for Yoon Shim Deok. Lee Jong Suk and Shin Hye Sun’s acting skills will reenact the beautiful love story from the past on-screen for viewers.
Kim Woo Jin’s Works
“Death Song” has been adapted into many different forms such as films, plays, and musicals, as the story of two lovers from a hundred years ago has also attracted people of the modern day era. SBS’s drama version adds a new element of the works by genius playwright Kim Woo Jin.
Kim Woo Jin and Yoon Shim Deok fell in love through writings and plays. They were able to keep in touch through writings they shared with each other. The drama will also focus on Kim Wooo Jin’s works that portrayed the sadness and pain of the dark era when his country was colonized.
The Historical Background Filled With Pain, Agony, And Romance
The historical setting of “Death Song” is a hundred years ago during the period of Japanese colonial rule. People writhed in pain of losing their own country and fell down due to authorities that oppressed freedom. Young elites living in that era were in agony because the knowledge that they had carved the sadness of losing their country even deeper into them. Ironically, a lot of romance also bloomed through these dark times because new culture and knowledge flooded in.
The three episodes of “Death Song” will air on November 27, December 3, and December 4 at 10 p.m. KST.
SBS’s upcoming Monday-Tuesday drama “My Strange Hero” will premiere after the finale of “Death Song.”