Yellow Handkerchief - 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 - The Yellow Handkerchief (1977 film) - Netflix

The Yellow Handkerchief (幸福の黄色いハンカチ, Shiawase no kiiroi hankachi, lit. The Yellow Handkerchief of Happiness) is a 1977 Japanese film directed by Yoji Yamada. It was the winner of the first Best Picture award at the Japan Academy Prize. The film was inspired by a column series written by American journalist Pete Hamill for the New York Post in 1971.

Yellow Handkerchief - Bibliography - Netflix

幸福の黄色いハンカチ (in Japanese). Japanese Movie Database. Retrieved 2009-05-05. “KOFUKU NO KIROI HANKACHI”. The Complete Index to World Film. Retrieved 2009-05-05.

Shiawase no kiiroi hankachi (1977) on IMDb

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