Oh Jung Se and Ryu Hyun Kyung play the main couple in their 30s who chose to live together instead of getting married, and have been sharing an apartment for two years. Oh Jung Se plays a voice actor and Ryu Hyun Kyung plays a reviewer who runs a blog.
Choi Yeo Jin and Jung Joon Young have been cast as the second couple — they're twelve years apart in age and have been living together for a year. He's a pretty-boy singer who carries his guitar everywhere he goes, but doesn't actually know how to play it all that well. She's a penny-pinching ajumma in the body of a hot woman who basically supports her much younger boyfriend. He drives her crazy but he's a good guy at heart, and she can never manage to stay mad at him for long. Ha Eun Sul and Park Jong Hwan play a 20s couple that just moved in together. She's the type of woman who doesn't want her boyfriend to know th
Runtime: 60 minutes
The Lover - To Be a Lover - Netflix
“To Be a Lover” is a song by Billy Idol from his 1986 album Whiplash Smile. As the album's lead single, it became Idol's second top 10 hit in the US, peaking at No. 6 on the Billboard Hot 100 and No. 22 on the UK Singles Chart. The song was co-written (with Booker T. Jones) and originally performed by William Bell as a soul ballad titled “I Forgot to Be Your Lover”, released in late 1968 and hitting No. 45 on the Hot 100 and No. 10 on Billboard′s Hot Rhythm & Blues Singles chart in early 1969. This version has since been sampled by Ludacris on his song “Growing Pains” from Word of Mouf, by Jaheim on “Put That Woman First” from Still Ghetto and by Dilated Peoples on the song “Worst Comes to Worst”. In 1977, the song was covered as a more uptempo reggae number by the Jamaican singer George Faith under the amended title of “To Be a Lover (Have Mercy)” for his Lee “Scratch” Perry-produced album also called To Be a Lover. In 1986, the track was again reworked and became the second high-profile cover Billy Idol released as a single, after 1981's “Mony Mony”. Idol would later top the Billboard Hot 100 (No. 7 UK), with a live version of “Mony Mony” in 1987. The single was backed by Whiplash Smile album track “All Summer Single”. Two different 12" singles were also released worldwide (1x UK and 1x Australia), featuring the aforementioned track and two extended remixes of “To Be a Lover (Mother of Mercy Mix)” (6:45) and “Rock'n'Roll Mix” (Australia only). The “Mother of Mercy Mix” differs quite significantly from the single version; it is a harder sounding song, with a prominent heavy guitar riff dominating most of the track and an 'interlude' with distorted female groans. It is this version that is featured on the remix compilation album Vital Idol 1987 US/1988 Japan editions. The UK 12" was also released as a limited-edition picture disc.