Suh Hee grows up in an orphanage as her mother left her alone and becomes close to the director's son Sae Joon. Shortly before she graduates from high school, she is kicked out by the director as she objects to their relationship. Now left alone in a world she must survive on her own, she still receives support from Sae Joon, who continues to love her despire his mother's objections

Type: Scripted

Languages: Korean

Status: Ended

Runtime: 65 minutes

Premier: 1998-04-06

Forever Yours - Forever Yours (Alex Day song) - Netflix

“Forever Yours” is a single recorded by English musician Alex Day from his studio album Epigrams and Interludes. It was released on 10 November 2011 in an effort to take the Christmas Number 1 spot in the UK Singles Chart. The song's lyrics describe “accepting that all you will be with someone is friends and that being enough.” Day has described the track as “a simple great dance pop song that a lot of people can get behind.”

Forever Yours - Music video - Netflix

The music video for “Forever Yours” was directed by housemate and fellow YouTuber Charlie McDonnell, and was released on 1 December 2011. In the music video, Day acts as both a superhero and a zombie. Day has stated that “the theme of the song is friendship”, and that they “just wanted to pay homage to the kind of silly videos you might make when you were young, with your mates”. The music video received three million hits on YouTube within a month of its posting. The music video is currently unavailable on McDonnell's channel, due to allegations of inappropriate sexual behaviour made against Day.

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