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That Winter, the Wind Blows (Korean그 겨울, 바람이 분다; RRGeu Gyeo-ul, Baram-i Bunda) is a 2013 South Korean romantic melodrama television series starring Jo In-sung and Song Hye-kyo. A gambler and con man (Jo) pretends to be the long-lost brother of a blind heiress (Song), but these two damaged people come to find the true meaning of love after getting to know each other.[1][2]

That Winter, the Wind Blows
That Winter, The Wind Blows-poster.jpg
Promotional poster
Also known asWind Blows in Winter
GenreRomance
Melodrama
Based onAi Nante Irane Yo, Natsu
by Tatsui Yukari
Written byNoh Hee-kyung
Directed byKim Kyu-tae
StarringJo In-sung
Song Hye-kyo
Composer(s)Choi Seong-kwon
Country of originSouth Korea
Original language(s)Korean
No. of episodes16
Production
Executive producer(s)Kim Young-seob
Cho Jung-ho
Producer(s)Beck Chung-hwa
Lee Dong-hoon
Lee Young-joon
Production location(s)Korea
CinematographyKim Cheon-seok
Park Jang-hyeok
Editor(s)Kim Hyang-sook
Running time60 minutes
Production company(s)BaramiBunda inc.
Golden Thumb
Seunghwa Industry Corp.
DistributorSeoul Broadcasting System
Release
Original networkSeoul Broadcasting System
Original releaseFebruary 13 (2013-02-13) –
April 3, 2013 (2013-04-03)
Chronology
Related showsAi Nante Irane Yo, Natsu
Love Me Not
External links
SBS official website
That Winter, the Wind Blows
Hangul
Revised RomanizationGeu Gyeo-ul, Baram-i Bunda
McCune–ReischauerGŭ Gyŏul, Barami Punda

The series is based on the Japanese drama I Don't Need Love, Summer (愛なんていらねえよ、夏, Ai Nante Irane Yo, Natsu) that aired on TBS in 2002, and was previously adapted into the 2006 Korean film Love Me Not.[3][4] This 2013 Korean drama adaptation was written by Noh Hee-kyung and directed by Kim Kyu-tae.[5]

It premiered on SBS with 2 back-to-back episodes on February 13, 2013.[6] The series continued airing on Wednesdays and Thursdays at 21:55 for 16 episodes, ending on April 3, 2013.[7]

SynopsisEdit

A melodrama about a man and a blind woman who don't believe in love. Oh Soo is an orphan who is left heartbroken after his first love dies. He leads a goal-less life as a high-stakes gambler with a 99.9% winning probability. Oh Young is a lonely heiress who lives alone, after her parents got divorced and she finds herself becoming visually impaired. The two learn the true meaning of love after meeting each other.

CastEdit

An orphan who doesn't care about anything after the death of his first love, he becomes a high-class gambler and playboy. Desperate to find money to repay a debt or forfeit his own life, he becomes a con artist who sets sights on a new target: Oh Young, pretending to be her long-lost brother.[8][9][10][11][12]
A legally blind heiress to giant conglomerate. Oh Young lives alone, estranged from her mother and older brother since she was a child.[13][14][15][16]
Soo's best friend and right-hand man. Loyal and hot-headed, Jin-sung dreams of scraping up enough money to buy his father an organic cattle farm.[17][18][19]
Younger sister of Soo's first love, Hee-joo. Hee-sun is a quirky, tomboyish girl with a deep fondness for flowers. Though Hee-sun tries to despise Soo after he leaves Hee-joo, she finds that she cannot, and instead helps him in his scheme.[20][21]
Officially a secretary, she runs the company and is Young's caretaker.
A gangster, with past ties to Soo, Jin-sung, and Hee-sun.
Family lawyer of the Oh's.
Young's fiance.
Young's friend who works at a coffee shop.
  • Choi Seung-kyung as Shim Joong-tae
  • Han Jung-hyun as Kim Jung-hyun
  • Jung Kyung-soon as Jo Sun-hee
A doctor, and Moo-chul's estranged older sister.
  • Kim Jong-hyun as gangster
  • Go In-beom as Jin-sung's father
  • Seo Hyo-rim as Jin So-ra
Soo's ex-girlfriend and mistress of a gang boss. She steals the boss's money, a crime which Soo is framed for.
  • Lee Jae-woo as Oh Soo
Young's older brother, who died in a car accident.
Soo's first love who was pregnant with his child and dies in a motorcycle accident.[22]
Young's first love.

ProductionEdit

CastingEdit

Writer Noh Hee-kyung and director Kim Kyu-tae had previously collaborated with Song Hye-kyo on the 2008 series Worlds Within.[23] Kim Bum had also worked with Noh and Kim on the 2011 series Padam Padam... The Sound of His and Her Heartbeats.[24][25] Jung Eun-ji was the last major casting to be announced; this is her second TV series after the popular Reply 1997.[26]

This marked Jo In-sung's first television series in eight years since Spring Day in 2005,[27] as well as his first acting project since being discharged from mandatory military service.[28][29] Jo said, "When I first decided to do it, I saw the script and felt it was worth a go. But the more I read it, the more I felt that if I didn't do it right, it would be a total disaster," further explaining that there was a "huge gap between reading the script and acting it out."[30][31]

Song said about her role as a blind woman, "Because my character cannot see, I am unable to make eye contact with In-sung and can only see how it plays out when I monitor the scenes afterwards. I must rely on his voice and his voice carries enough emotional weight for it to work."[30][32] Regarding criticism about her characterization, she said, "Many asked why blind people would wear high heels and makeup, even eyeliner. But when I visited facilities for the blind and asked them, they told me that they also wear makeup and colorful clothing."[33]

The four leads attended the drama press conference held on January 31, 2013.[29][34]

FilmingEdit

On February 4, 2013, Jo cut his hand while filming a scene in Icheon, Gyeonggi Province, where he had to punch a wall in anger, after the glass frame broke on impact. He received 13 stitches for his wound at a nearby hospital, then returned to the set and finished shooting.[35][36]

When the production filmed on location at Yongpyong Ski Resort in Daegwallyeong-myeon, Pyeongchang, Gangwon Province, fashion magazine High Cut was invited along the shoot for three days and two nights. The feature appeared on the cover of High Cut's March 2013 edition (or Issue 97).[37]

Director Kim Kyu-tae utilized a lot of ultra close-up shots, to highlight the characters' emotions and accentuate the smallest movement in the actors' faces or expression in their eyes. Cinematographer and visual director Kim Cheon-seok said such visual techniques differentiated the show from the standard set by existing Korean dramas, which usually resort to medium shots or bust shots. To produce such detailed shots, the crew used expensive high-definition ALEXA Plus cameras, known for their rich color and high-speed cinematography. Lighting director Park Hwan also employed twice as much lighting equipment as do other dramas. Another technique the crew used was post-production correction, which was possible because when the first episode aired, eight were already taped. Park said, "It's both my and Kim's philosophy that the actress should look beautiful even when she is wailing."[38]

Among the product placements (PPL) in the series were Laneige cosmetics (featured in episode 4 when the character Oh Young gets a makeover at a Laneige store before her high school reunion; Song has been the brand's endorser for six years), tuxedo maker Parkland, and Hyundai Motor Company. Viewers have complained on the drama's website about the overuse of PPL.[39]

LocationsEdit

Oh Young's mansion was filmed at the arboretum Jade Garden in Gangwon Province (Full House Take 2 and Love Rain were also shot there), and her flower garden was filmed at the Hantaek Botanical Garden in Yongin, Gyeonggi Province. The various scenes set in a coffee shop were shot at the Nonhyeon-dong and Cheongdam-dong branches of coffee shop franchise De Chocolate Coffee in Gangnam District, Seoul.[40]

Original soundtrackEdit

That winter The wind blows OST
Soundtrack album by
Various artists
Recorded2013
GenreSoundtrack
Language
LabelLOEN Entertainment Golden Thumb

Part 1Edit

Released on February 13, 2013 (2013-02-13)
No.TitleMusicArtistLength
1."Gray Pepper"KangtaYesung4:35
2."Gray Pepper" (Inst.)Kangta 4:35
Total length:9:10


Part 2Edit

Released on February 20, 2013 (2013-02-20)
No.TitleMusicArtistLength
1."Winter Love"KangtaThe One3:27
2."Winter Love" (Inst.)Kangta 3:27
Total length:6:50

Part 3Edit

Released on February 27, 2013 (2013-02-27)
No.TitleMusicArtistLength
1."Snowflake"KangtaGummy3:28
2."Snowflake" (Inst.)  3:28
Total length:6:52

Part 4Edit

Released on March 3, 2013 (2013-03-03)
No.TitleMusicArtistLength
1."Tears Falling"KangtaKim Boa (SPICA )3:50
2."Tears Falling" (Guitar ver.)Kangta 3:50
3."Tears Falling" (inst.)  3:50
4."Tears Falling (Guitar ver.)" (inst.)  3:50
Total length:12:54

Part 5Edit

Released on March 13, 2013 (2013-03-13)
No.TitleMusicArtistLength
1."And One"KangtaKim Tae Yeon4:10
2."And One" (Inst.)  4:10
Total length:8:20
Disc 2:
No.TitleArtistLength
1."Blind Love"Various Artists2:03
2."Wanting to Live"Various Artists1:44
3."With U"Various Artists2:37
4."Goodbye Happiness"Various Artists 
5."7.8 billion won"Various Artists1:34
6."Love and Such Is Not Necessary"Various Artists1:56
7."It's Over"Various Artists1:50
8."Winter Wind"Various Artists3:47
9."Room of Secrets"Various Artists1:56
10."Open Your Eyes"Various Artists2:26
11."Poker Face"Various Artists1:35
12."Misunderstanding"Various Artists1:41
13."Black Jack"Various Artists3:33
14."Warm Eyes"Various Artists2:05
15."Young's Room"Various Artists2:56
16."Meeting Love in Winter"Various Artists3:45

ReceptionEdit

According to AGB Nielsen Media Research, the premiere episode achieved a nationwide rating of 11.3 percent in viewership, ranked third behind Iris II on KBS and 7th Grade Civil Servant on MBC. The second back-to-back episode rose 1.5 percent to 12.8 percent.[41] By the third episode the series was ranked first along with Iris II at 12.4 percent,[42] then both episodes the following week were ranked first in their timeslot.[43][44] In its third week, That Winter, the Wind Blows remained on top, while its two rival series competed for second place with small differences in viewership rating.[45] According to TNmS, the series continued to rank number one in its timeslot for the remainder of its broadcast, though quoting slightly different figures.[46][47][48][49] The series finale maintained its first-place ranking and recorded its highest rating with a viewership of 15.4 and 15.8 percent nationwide, and an average of 19.1 and 18.2 percent in the Seoul National Capital Area, according to TNmS and AGB Nielsen respectively.[50][51]

Episode # Original broadcast date Average audience share
TNmS Ratings[52] AGB Nielsen[53]
Nationwide Seoul National Capital Area Nationwide Seoul National Capital Area
1 February 13, 2013 10.1% 12.2% 11.3% 13.0%
2 12.0% 14.0% 12.8% 14.5%
3 February 14, 2013 12.3% 14.4% 12.4% 13.8%
4 February 20, 2013 12.5% 14.0% 13.4% 14.6%
5 February 21, 2013 12.9% 15.3% 14.1% 15.5%
6 February 27, 2013 11.5% 12.8% 13.0% 13.9%
7 February 28, 2013 11.8% 13.5% 13.9% 14.9%
8 March 6, 2013 11.3% 13.9% 13.3% 14.8%
9 March 7, 2013 13.5% 15.5% 14.4% 16.1%
10 March 13, 2013 12.3% 14.7% 14.2%
11 March 14, 2013 12.1% 13.6% 14.9% 16.9%
12 March 20, 2013 11.6% 13.3% 14.4%
13 March 21, 2013 13.6% 15.4% 15.3% 17.3%
14 March 27, 2013 12.7% 15.1% 14.7% 16.2%
15 March 28, 2013 13.6% 15.6% 15.1% 16.9%
16 April 3, 2013 15.4% 19.1% 15.8% 18.2%
Average 12.5% 14.5% 13.9% 15.4%

In the mediaEdit

Scenes from the drama were parodied by sketch comedy show Saturday Night Live Korea on cable channel tvN. On the episode broadcast on March 9, 2013, hosts Lee Young-ja and Shin Dong-yup, in the roles of Oh Young and Oh Soo, respectively, performed a 19+ skit in the SNLK style, including a parody of the cotton candy kiss.[54] The series also been parodied in SBS's own Running Man

In March 2013, Song sponsored the cost of publication of guidebooks for the blind at the Independence Hall of Korea in Cheonan, South Chungcheong Province. The project was organized by Seo Kyoung-duk, a professor at Sungshin Women's University, after learning that braille brochures were unavailable at the site and other local museums despite the large number of visually impaired visitors. Song joined the effort at Seo's suggestion in November 2012, noting that her role as a blind woman helped her better understand the daily challenges faced by people with disabilities.[55][56]

Awards and nominationsEdit

Year Award Category Recipient Result
2013
49th Baeksang Arts Awards
Best Director (Television) Kim Kyu-tae Won
Best Actress (Television) Song Hye-kyo Nominated
19th Shanghai Television Festival
Silver Award for Best Foreign TV Series That Winter, the Wind Blows Won
7th Mnet 20's Choice Awards
20's Drama Star – Male Jo In-sung Nominated
20's Drama Star – Female Song Hye-kyo Nominated
8th Seoul International Drama Awards
Outstanding Korean Drama That Winter, the Wind Blows Nominated
Outstanding Korean Actor Jo In-sung Nominated
Outstanding Korean Actress Song Hye-kyo Nominated
Outstanding Korean Drama OST The One (Winter Love) Nominated
Taeyeon (And One) Nominated
6th Korea Drama Awards
Daesang (Grand Prize) Song Hye-kyo Nominated
Best Production Director Kim Kyu-tae Nominated
Best Writer Noh Hee-kyung Nominated
2nd APAN Star Awards
Daesang (Grand Prize) Song Hye-kyo Won
Top Excellence Award, Actor Jo In-sung Nominated
Top Excellence Award, Actress Song Hye-kyo Nominated
Acting Award, Actor Kim Kyu-chul Nominated
Kim Tae-woo Nominated
Best Performance Jung Eun-ji Won
Best OST "Winter Love" – The One Won
15th Mnet Asian Music Awards
Best OST "Winter Love" – The One Nominated
SBS Drama Awards
SBS Special Award Jo In-sung Won
Top Excellence Award, Actor in a Miniseries Jo In-sung Nominated
Top Excellence Award, Actress in a Miniseries Song Hye-kyo Won
Excellence Award, Actor in a Miniseries Kim Bum Nominated
Special Award, Actor in a Miniseries Kim Tae-woo Nominated
Special Award, Actress in a Miniseries Bae Jong-ok Nominated
New Star Award Jung Eun-ji Won
Top 10 Stars Jo In-sung Won
Song Hye-kyo Won
Best Couple Award Jo In-sung and Song Hye-kyo Nominated
2014
23rd Seoul Music Awards
Best OST The One (Winter Love) Won

International broadcastEdit

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