Unabridged screenplay for writer Ha Myunghee's K-drama Temperature of Love.
- Book Intro
Although Ha Myunghee has written novels and essays, this marks the first time that she has published a screenplay. As a writer famous for screenplays that convey emotions, Ha Myunghee chose Temperature of Love for her first publication because she wanted to convey the words and various emotions of the characters that did not make it on air.
“Ha Myunghee's scripts are delicate. The emotions are challenging to convey on screen, but I knew I wanted to express every detail,” said actress Seo Hyun-jin. Actress Lee Mi-sook even said, "Ha Myunghee's lines can't be properly delivered if your head is not in the game."
What makes the publication of Ha Myunghee's screenplay special is that this is the perfect opportunity to see the stage directions and emotions contained in the lines that even the actors had difficulty fully expressing. The words of love from the heart of Ha that couldn't be delivered on the show can now be read unabridged.
- About the Author
Ha Myunghee has garnered attention for her solid composition and delicate lines ever since making her debut at a screenplay competition. The K-drama Temperature of Love, adapted from Good Soup Never Picks up the Phone, the author's first feature-length novel, beautifully conveys moments of love with realistic, heartwarming lines. Ha's essays include “Warmly, Tenderly, Closely.”