This webdrama is a webtoon adaptation with the same title. Lee Yoon and Lee Sang are two brothers. They live together but they have different personnalities. The older brother, Lee Yoon is a designer and the youngest, Lee Sang is a student.
Runtime: 4 minutes
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“The Bonnie Blue Flag”, also known as “We Are a Band of Brothers”, is an 1861 marching song associated with the Confederate States of America. The words were written by the entertainer Harry McCarthy, with the melody taken from the song “The Irish Jaunting Car”. The song's title refers to the unofficial first flag of the Confederacy, the Bonnie Blue Flag. The left flag on the sheet-music to the reader's right is the Bonnie Blue Flag. The song was premiered by lyricist Harry McCarthy during a concert in Jackson, Mississippi, in the spring of 1861 and performed again in September of that same year at the New Orleans Academy of Music for the First Texas Volunteer Infantry regiment mustering in celebration. The New Orleans music publishing house of A.E. Blackmar issued six editions of “The Bonnie Blue Flag” between 1861 and 1864 along with three additional arrangements. The “band of brothers” mentioned in the first line of the song recalls the well known St. Crispin's Day Speech in William Shakespeare's play Henry V (Act IV, scene ii).
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In the 1939 movie Gone with the Wind Rhett Butler names his child 'Bonnie Blue Butler' after Melanie Hamilton remarks that the child's eyes are as “blue as the Bonnie Blue flag”. In the 1956 movie The Searchers the song playing as John Wayne approaches at the beginning of the film is a slow version of “The Bonnie Blue Flag”. In the 1959 movie The Horse Soldiers, the chorus of the Bonnie Blue Flag is sung by a marching company of Mississippi military school cadets, who face the Union cavalry in an effort to delay their progress. It is loosely based on the unrelated charge of the Virginia Military Institute cadets at the Battle of New Market, 15 May 1864. In the 1966 movie The Good, the Bad and the Ugly, the chorus of the Bonnie Blue Flag is sung by a band of drunken revelers as they drop off Maria at her home in Santa Anna. The 1972 television series Appointment with Destiny made the error of portraying Union soldiers singing “The Bonnie Blue Flag.” In the 1989 movie Glory, a portion of the Bonnie Blue Flag tune is played in the background by several union soldiers as the 54th Massachusetts Infantry Regiment are marching past. In the 1999 television movie The Hunley about the H.L. Hunley submarine in South Carolina during the American Civil War, the Bonnie Blue Flag song is sung to raise civilians' spirits during a Union mortar attack on the city. In a 2001 episode of SpongeBob SquarePants (“The Fry Cook Games”) the melody of the Bonnie Blue Flag is played during the opening montage of the Games. In the 2003 movie Gods and Generals, the ode to the Bonnie Blue Flag is sung in front of the Confederate army. In a 2012 episode of the show Hell on Wheels entitled “Viva la Mexico”, the chorus of the song is sung by Confederate soldiers-turned-bandits. In the 2013 video game BioShock Infinite, “The Bonnie Blue Flag” is played on a phonograph during the chapter “Hall of Heroes.” In the 2015 film The Gettysburg Address, “Bonnie Blue Flag” is performed by President Lincoln's Own Band, and appears on the film's soundtrack by Milan Records.
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