Following the success of romantic blockbusters Tale of Autumn and Winter Sonata, Korean melodrama Love Letter is set to touch lovers of all ages. Cho Hyun Jae shot to stardom with his suave and gentle performance in Love Letter opposite lead actress Soo Aeh, who was awarded Best New Actress at MBC's 2003 Drama Awards. Completing the triangle is K-drama favorite Ji Jin Hee from Dae Jang Geum. With great acting and intriguing plot twists, Love Letter tells the heartfelt story of three close friends who struggle to keep their love alive.
After a tough childhood under his uncaring aunt, Andrew (Cho Hyun Jae) is taken in by his uncle. Following in his kind uncle's footsteps, Andrew also hopes to one day become a priest. He grows up at the church orphanage with best friend Eun Ha (Soo Aeh), and they end up becoming roommates during college. Having gone through thick and thin together, Eun Ha develops feelings for Andrew, but keeps her love hidden, knowing that Andrew is set in his path for priesthood. When classmate Woo Jin (Ji Jin Hee) confesses his love to Eun Ha, however, it throws the three friends' relationships into confusion, and Andrew begins to face his own hidden feelings for Eun Ha.