Don't Look Back: The Legend of Orpheus Soundtrack (

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Don't Look Back: The Legend of Orpheus

Han Yi Soo's family moves into a small carriage house on the premises of Jo Sang Kook's mansion. Yi Soo's father works as the chauffeur for Jo Sang Kook, who is the president of Gaya Hotel. Jo Sang Kook is well respected, but his son Jo Eui Seon doesn't take after his father. He continues to have affairs with actresses and anchorwomen. His wife suffers heavily because of his infidelity as well as his daughter Hae Woo.

Yi Soo transfers to the same high school where Hae Woo attends. They become friends and also develop feelings for each other, but things change. Hae Woo's father causes a hit-and-run accident. Jo Sang Kook makes a deal with Yi Soo's father to take the blame for his son's hit-and-run accident. Yi Soo's father accepts the deal, but later changes his mind. He calls Jo Sang Kook to inform him of his change of heart and that he will go to the police station to tell them his was not involved in the hit-and-run accident.

While crossing the street to get to the police station, Yi Soo's father is killed by an unidentified man. After his father's death, Yi Soo tries to prove his father's innocence. Yi Soo is convinced that Hae Woo's father was the driver in the hit-and-run accident. Yi Soo calls Hae Woo and tells her that they will be together no matter what. At that time, Yi Soo is taken away. He is presumed dead.

13 years later, Yi Soo appears at the wedding ceremony for Hae Woo and Joon Young. The night after their wedding ceremony, Hae Woo and Yi Soo meet on the hotel balcony. Yi Soo's plan for revenge begins.

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User reviews

Donald Lopez

The use of orchestral arrangements in the music adds a cinematic quality to the drama, elevating key moments and creating a memorable impact.

Dorothy Baker

The haunting melodies in the soundtrack evoke a sense of mystery and intrigue, keeping the audience engaged throughout the series.

Anthony Robinson

The soundtrack effectively conveys the complex relationships and inner turmoil of the characters, making their struggles feel more real and relatable.

Ronald Scott

The emotional depth of the soundtrack is remarkable, evoking a wide range of feelings from sorrow to determination, mirroring the complex emotions of the characters and their intertwining fates.

Lisa Walker

The composition of the soundtrack is truly remarkable, blending traditional Korean music elements with modern orchestration seamlessly. The use of traditional instruments creates a sense of authenticity and nostalgia, while the orchestral arrangements elevate the intensity of key moments in the narrative, creating a truly immersive viewing experience for the audience.

Elizabeth Lee

The use of traditional Korean instruments in the soundtrack adds a unique and cultural touch to the music, transporting the listener to the world of the characters and their experiences.

Betty Wilson

The soundtrack's ability to seamlessly blend different genres and styles of music is commendable, creating a diverse and dynamic listening experience that keeps the audience engaged and connected to the story.

Linda Hernandez

The theme songs in the soundtrack are both beautiful and poignant, setting the tone for each episode and leaving a lasting impression on the audience.

Lisa Miller

Furthermore, the choice of musical themes often felt mismatched with the scenes they were accompanying, creating a disconnect between the visuals and the audio experience. This lack of cohesion detracted from the overall viewing experience, making it difficult to fully immerse oneself in the story.

Charles Walker

The musical themes are expertly woven into the narrative, enhancing key moments and character development, making the viewing experience even more immersive and memorable.

Joseph Brown

The diverse range of musical styles and genres in the soundtrack reflects the multifaceted nature of the plot, adding depth and dimension to the storytelling.