|I Am Legend|
|Genre|| Romance |
|Written by||Im Hyeon-kyeong|
|Directed by||Kim Hyung-shik|
|Starring|| Kim Jung-eun |
|Country of origin||South Korea|
|No. of episodes||16|
|Original network||Seoul Broadcasting System|
|Original release||2 August –|
21 September 2010
I am Legend (Korean : 나는 전설이다; RR : Naneun Junseolida) is a South Korean television series starring Kim Jung-eun that was broadcast on SBS on August 2 to September 21, 2010.
Jeon Seol-hee (Kim Jung-eun) files for divorce after realizing that she deserves to be treated better by her unappreciative lawyer husband, Cha Ji-wook (Kim Seung-soo) and his snobbish family. Determined to get her life back on track, she returns to her rock band roots, becoming the leader of the Comeback Madonna Band. Her bandmates are fellow "ajummas" who have personal problems of their own, and together they search for happiness and personal fulfillment through music.
The series featured real musical performances from the fictional Comeback Madonna Band – comprised by actresses Kim Jung-eun (vocals and rhythm guitar), Juni (lead guitar), Hong Ji-min (bass) and Jang Shin-young (drums). The original songs "Comeback Madonna" and "You" are included in the soundtrack, as well as several modernized rock covers of famous pop songs from the 1980s and 1990s that the band performed in the show.  Comeback Madonna Band also performed live at the Pentaport Rock Festival and Jecheon International Music & Film Festival.  
The official soundtrack was released on August 31, 2010 through LOEN Entertainment.
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