This is Erika’s iconic role but Park Bo Young has the looks and acting chops to portray this character from carefree teen to bed-ridden invalid.MBC is interested in airing I Litre in October after Lee Jun Ki’s .
I can’t believe I’m such a glutton for punishment, I really haven’t ever gotten back the 1 litre (and more) of tears watching this dorama seeped from me.
Check out the awesome MVs of the original below and be prepared to sob like a baby.
Korea has now decided better late than never and is readying a K-drama version to star Park Bo Young.
My reluctance for Korea to remake it has been outweighed by my excitement on Park Bo Young’s long awaited television return and the complete confidence that she is the perfect actress to play this role.
2005’s J-dorama (Ichi Rittoru no Namida) is one of those dramas that seeps into your bones and never really goes away, the feelings of hope and sadness it evokes so profoundly moving.
Starring Sawajiri Erika in her star-making performance as Aya, a high school girl suffering from spinocerebellar degeneration, this dorama launched her into her generation’s A-list and she would have stayed there had her real life bitchy attitude and rude behavior not shot herself in the foot a few years later.
She also included her thoughts and feelings over her illness.
I first watched this heartbreaking Japanese drama when a friend lent me the DVD. The story is very heartwarming even though it is a tragedy since Aya’s family and friends are always there to support her. Most people in the same situation as Aya would likely despair, however, it’s different with Aya. Check out this series for some valuable life lessons, heartwarming moments and unforgettable moments. One Liter of Tears Website *Japanese only Related Articles: Watch Actress Sawajiri Erika Star in the New Ooku Drama Special!
The show follows her life until her death at the age of 25. Ikeuchi Aya (池内亜也), played by Sawajiri Erika is a 15-year-old young girl who is a very cheerful student.