Something in the Rain hits Netflix in the US

At long last for those who have been impatiently waiting, Netflix has added Korean drama Something in the Rain aka Pretty Sister Who Buys Me Food to is streaming library. DramaFever, consequently, is now also streaming this drama in its entirety as well. Son Ye Jin stars as a 30-something career woman who has bad luck in love. Enter her best friend’s younger brother who has just returned from studying overseas. As they interact more and more the two begin to see each other in a new light. The drama also stars Jung Hae In and Jang So Yeon.

Interesting to note, they use English songs in the first few episodes. The main theme is Tammy Wynette’s “Stand by Your Man.” Well…she’s not the one singing it and they obviously made it sound less country. Interesting that they use this country song that was like her biggest hit and earned her the most criticism. If you really listen to the lyrics, you can understand why people complained about the message of the song.

If you enjoy the Terrace House series, season 2 of Opening New Doors is also now streaming.

2 comments

  • This is definitely a loose remake of What’s Up Fox. I enjoyed that drama but am on the verge of dropping this version.

    I personally love Stand By Your Man. But the ultimate Kdrama theme song might be Jolene. They just don’t know it yet.

    “I am begging you not to take my man, just because you can…” Dolly Parton or Miley Cyrus, both are great.

    • I am more familiar with Dolly’s version. Although, I have heard a punk rock version I really liked. I don’t dislike the song “Stand by Your Man,” but really don’t think it suits all the times they are using it.

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