A drama about Oh Hye Won, a 40 year-old successful career woman who begins a love affair with Lee Sun Jae, a 20 year-old innocent young man and genius pianist
- imDb Rating: 7.7 (200 Votes)
- Metascore: N/A
A love story of a young poor student pianist fell in love with his piano teacher, who was married to another man. Despite disapproval from the society and the "moral standard," their pure love for each other only grew stronger. Could she give up her status that she had long fought for? Could their love win over the adulterate world around them?
- Rated: Not Rated
- Released: 17 Mar 2014
- Runtime: N/A
- Genre: Drama, Music, Romance
- Director: N/A
- Writer: N/A
- Actors: Hee-ae Kim, Ah-in Yoo, Hyuk-kwon Park, So-yeon Jang
- Language: Korean
- Country: South Korea
- Awards: 3 wins & 3 nominations.
- Total Seasons: 1
Episode 1x16; May 13, 2014
1x16: Episode 16
1x15: Episode 15
1x14: Episode 14
1x13: Episode 13
1x12: Episode 12
1x11: Episode 11
1x10: Episode 10
1x9: Episode 9
1x8: Episode 8
Kim Hee Ae as Oh Hye Won
Yoo Ah In as Lee Sun Jae
Park Hyuk Kwon as Kang Joon Hyung
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|Executive Producer||Park Joon Seo|
|Producer||Kim Ui Suk|
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