A drama about love lives and careers of three women, who are in their late thirties, living their lives as divorced woman, a spinster, and a full-time housewife. Jung Wan is bubbly and forthright woman who divorces after ten years of marriage and moves in with her son to her mother's house. Meanwhile, Jung Wan's friends; Sun Mi is a happily single "gold miss" and Ji Hyunis a longtime housewife and mother of her teenage daughter and 5 year-old son. They will get involved with Oh Kyung Soo, a bad tempered, self conceited but a skilled film director who has received several awards and Ahn Do Young, the CEO of a film company.
Runtime: 65 minutes
Can We Love? - We Can Work It Out - Netflix
“We Can Work It Out” is a song by the English rock band the Beatles, written by Paul McCartney and John Lennon. It was first issued as a double A-side single with “Day Tripper” in December 1965. The release marked the first time in Britain that both tracks on an artist's single were promoted as joint A-sides. The song was recorded during the sessions for the band's Rubber Soul album. The single was number 1 in Britain (where it was also the top-selling single of 1965), America, Australia, Canada and Ireland. “We Can Work It Out” is a comparatively rare example of a Lennon–McCartney collaboration from this period in the Beatles' career, in that it recalls the level of collaboration the two songwriters had shared when writing the group's hit singles of 1963. This song, “A Day in the Life”, “Baby, You're a Rich Man” and “I've Got a Feeling”, are among the notable exceptions.
Can We Love? - Recording - Netflix
The Beatles recorded “We Can Work It Out” at EMI Studios (later Abbey Road Studios) in London on 20 October 1965, during the sessions for their Rubber Soul album. Along with Lennon's “Day Tripper”, the song was earmarked for the non-album single that would accompany the release of the new LP. The band taped a satisfactory basic track in just two takes. With nearly eleven hours dedicated to the song, however, it was by far their longest expenditure of studio time up to that point. A vocal overdubbing session took place on 29 October. No record exists of the band members' exact contributions to the recording, leading to uncertainty regarding the playing of some of the instruments. Reduced to a single track in the final mix, where it was placed hard left in the stereo image, the group's initial performance consisted of acoustic guitar, bass, tambourine and drums. While musicologist Walter Everett credits these parts to Lennon, McCartney, Harrison and Ringo Starr, respectively, authors Jean-Michel Guesdon and Philippe Margotin suggest that McCartney, as the song's main composer, was the acoustic guitarist and Lennon instead played bass. Two harmonium parts were overdubbed, using EMI's Mannborg harmonium.
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