Yellow Handkerchief - Netflix

Posted on Fri 30 November 2018 in netflix

Lee Sang Min dumps Yoon Ja Young for a richer woman after being in a relationship with her for nearly ten years. While planning to marry the president of his company Jo Min Joo, things go astray as Yoon Ja Young became pregnant. Trying to convince her to get an abortion, she wouldn't listen and raises their child waiting for him to come back. Lee Sang Min continues his plan to marry Jo Min Joo in a loveless relationship. Jo Sun Joo is Jo's stepsister, a warmhearted girl who seems very cold. She learns the meaning of love through Yoon Ja Young's brother, but things don't go well for them too. While Yoon Ja Young is still forgiving and waiting, she rises from her hard times to become a successful businesswoman. In search for success, love is obstructed by greed until the feelings of forgiveness and yearning are realized.

Yellow Handkerchief - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Korean

Status: Ended

Runtime: 35 minutes

Premier: 2003-02-03

Yellow Handkerchief - Tie a Yellow Ribbon Round the Ole Oak Tree - Netflix

“Tie a Yellow Ribbon Round the Ole Oak Tree” is a song by Tony Orlando and Dawn. It was written by Irwin Levine and L. Russell Brown and produced by Hank Medress and Dave Appell, with Motown/Stax backing vocalist Telma Hopkins, Joyce Vincent Wilson and her sister Pamela Vincent on backing vocals. It was a worldwide hit for the group in 1973. The single reached the top 10 in ten countries, in eight of which it topped the charts. It reached number one on both the US and UK charts for four weeks in April 1973, number one on the Australian charts for seven weeks from May to July 1973 and number one on the New Zealand charts for ten weeks from June to August 1973. It was the top-selling single in 1973 in both the US and UK. In 2008, Billboard ranked the song as the 37th biggest song of all time in its issue celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Hot 100.

Yellow Handkerchief - In popular culture - Netflix

The song had renewed popularity in 1981, in the wake of the Iranian hostage crisis. Later in 1973, Connie Francis had a minor hit in Australia with an answer song, “The Answer (Should I Tie a Yellow Ribbon Round the Old Oak Tree?)”. Her version remained in the top 40 for three weeks, peaking at number 31. In 1977, the song was sung by Andy Kaufman playing his character Tony Clifton on HBO. The song appeared in the 1982 movie An Officer and a Gentleman, played by a band at the Navy Ball. The song was performed by David Alan Grier over the closing credits of Amazon Women on the Moon (1987). In 1999 S Club 7 performed the song for their hit TV series Miami 7. It was featured in the second episode. In 1975, the song was sung by Dean Martin in the tv special Lucy Gets Lucky

Yellow Handkerchief - References - Netflix