Lee Chan Suk is a cautious and intelligent law-inforcement agent who is in pursuit of crime suspect Kang Hyun Gee. Hyun Gee's biological sister, Han Sae Jin, was raised as an only child by her weathly adopted family. At first, Chan Suk uses Sae Jin as bait to capture Hyun Gee, but over time he begins to fall for her pure heart.
Runtime: 70 minutes
Pure Heart - The Pains of Being Pure at Heart - Netflix
The Pains of Being Pure at Heart are an American indie pop band from New York City, formed in 2007. The band currently centers around founding member and principal songwriter Kip Berman (vocals, guitar). Live he is joined by Christoph Hochheim (guitar), Jen Goma (keyboards, vocals), Jacob Sloan (bass), and Anton Hochheim (drums). Former members and contributors include Peggy Wang (keyboards, vocals), Connor Hanwick, Kurt Feldman and Alex Naidus. Their first album was a self-released EP, released in 2007. The release was distributed by Painbow – a record label created by the band. Their debut self-titled full-length album was released on February 3, 2009 via Slumberland Records, a personal favorite label of the band's. Their name comes from an unpublished children's story of the same title by Charles Augustus Steen III. A friend of Kip Berman wrote the story, which revolves around “realising what matters most in life – things like friendship and having a good time”. The group's self-titled album peaked at number nine on the Billboard Heatseekers chart. In 2009, they released Higher Than the Stars, their second EP. The band's second record, entitled Belong, was released in 2011. The third Pains of Being Pure at Heart album, Days of Abandon, was released in May 2014. The fourth Pains of Being Pure at Heart album, The Echo of Pleasure, was released on September 1, 2017.
Pure Heart - Equipment - Netflix
A detailed gear diagram of Kip Berman's 2011 The Pains of Being Pure at Heart guitar rig is well-documented.
Pure Heart - References - Netflix