When his parents passed away, Dong-wook, an aspiring 25-year-old pianist gives up on his dream and becomes a music teacher
to provide for his two younger sisters and youngest brother Dong-hyun.
His bittersweet first love with a colleague teacher ends abruptly too. He blindly loves and diligently provides for his siblings, but they all leave him behind, thinking he is obsessed with the family. On the “no one is coming” night of his 40th birthday, Dong-wook is home alone.
A dark shadow suddenly appears at his doorstep, a doorstep that expects no one to visit.
The shadow is his youngest brother, Dong-hyun.
Even 7 years after he moved out, Dong-hyun is still immature and Dong-wook keeps nagging at his brother as always.
The two brothers fight disgruntled at the fact that things have not changed at all after all these years.
“Happy wedding anniversary!” A stranger comes in and surprises them in the middle of their quarrel.
In front of the dumbfounded brothers, Mi-ri, the stranger, is holding a wedding anniversary event full of surprises. But she comes into the wrong house again, which is her 7th mistake. She receives a dismissal letter from her company.
When Mi-ri is cries loudly over her dismissal first day at work, Dong-hyun suggests she do one thing for him.
Instead of a wedding anniversary party, he asks her to throw a birthday party for his brother.
We all did it at that age.
A coming of age story for all generations.
Since its premiere in 1995, Korea’s favorite musical <Loving in the Rain> has become an iconic contemporary musical designed for small-sized theaters. A great number of audience members have praised the production over the last 20 years. Its commercial success is especially meaningful in that it became popular without a large production investment, famous musical numbers or a big theater which are usual behind a musical’s commercial success. This is the best exemplary case proving the potential of Korean contemporary musicals.
Title : Loving In The Rain
Genre : Musical
Dates : July 13 - September 08, 2019 / Weekdays 20:00 * Closed on Mon, Tue / Sat 16:00, 19:30 / Sun 16:00
Venue : Life Theatre Tree & Water (263, Changgyeonggung-ro, Jongno-gu, Seoul)
Ticket Prices : 45,000 won
Content Ratings : Age 7+
Running Time : 100 mins
Produced by : MoonHwa Icon
Subtitle : English, Chinese, Japanese
Contact : +82-1666-5795