Archive | April 2012

Padam Padam… The Sound of His and Her Heartbeats

 

Title: 빠담빠담… 그와 그녀의 심장박동소리 / Padam Padam… The Sound of His and Her Heartbeats
Chinese Title: 吧嗒吧嗒~他和她的心跳聲
Also known as: Padam Padam
Genre: Romance, fantasy
Episodes: 20
Broadcast network: jTBC
Broadcast period: 2011-Dec-05 to 2012-Feb-07
Air time: Monday & Tuesday 20:45

 

Synopsis

“Padam” which means ‘to thump’ in French is about a man who lived life according to its own course but meets a woman he shouldn’t love and about his breahtaking love for her.

Yang Kang Chil just came out from prison after 16 years. He was jailed because of a murder he never did. After released from prison, he goes to Seoul accompanied by his guardian angel, Lee Gook Soo. Meanwhile, Han Ji Min will play Jung Ji Na , a cheerful veterinarian who loves Kang Chil.

Cast

Main Cast

Jung Woo Sung as Yang Kang Chil
Han Ji Min as Jung Ji Na
Kim Bum as Lee Gook Soo
Choi Tae Joon as Im Jung (Kang Chil’s son)
Kim Ji Yoo as Min Hyo Sook (Kang Chil’s ex-girlfriend)

Supporting Cast

Na Moon Hee as Mi Ja
Lee Jae Woo as Kim Young Cheol
Jang Hang Sun as Detective Jung (Ji-Na’s dad)
Yoon Joo Sang as Prison officer Kim
Kim Joon Sung as Chan Gul
Kim Hyung Bum as Oh Yong Hak
Kim Chung Soo
Park Jung Woo

Production Credits

Director: Kim Kyu Tae
Screenwriter: Noh Hee Kyung

Color of Woman

 

Title: 컬러 오브 우먼 / Color of Woman
Chinese Title: 女人的色彩
Genre: Romance, Comedy
Episodes: 20
Broadcast network: Channel A
Broadcast period: 2011-Dec-05 to 2012-Feb-07
Air time: Monday & Tuesday 21:20 (Episode 1-6)
Air time: Monday & Tuesday 20:50 (Episode 7-20)

 

Synopsis

A drama that contrasts a woman who succeeds with knowledge and reason and a woman who weaponizes appearance and sensitivity.

Byun So Ra comes from an ordinary background, but she works very hard. She is then betrayed by her boyfriend and her dreams of becoming a professor fails. Byun So-Ra then joins a cosmetics company and she also meets a rival with whom she clashes in this cosmetics company.

Jae Hee will play the leading man, Yoon Joon Soo. His character is a good looking, smart, and talented chaebol, as he’s the head of this cosmetics company.

Cast

Main Cast

Yoon So Yi as Byun So Ra
Jae Hee as Yoon Joon Soo
Shim Ji Ho as Kang Chan Jin
Lee Soo Kyung as Wang Jin Joo

Supporting Cast

Park Geun Hyung as Yoon (Company president)
Park Sang Myun as Park Woo Chul (cafe owner)
Sung Dong Il as Park Chan Ho (section chief)
Ahn Sun Young as Song Ye Jin (Deputy section chief)
Lee Ah Hyun as Oh Mi rae
Jun Soo Kyung as Sung Ae Sim (director)
Kim Byung Se as Nam Joong Geun
Ji Yoo as Lee Mi So
Kim Joo Young as Lee Joon Sang
Lee Hyun Jae as Jason Heo

Production Credits

Director: Kim Soo Young (김수영)
Screenwriter: Lee Shi Hyun (이시현), Choi Yeon Ji (최연지), Jeon Yong Sung (정용성), Park Hyun Jin (박현진)

Vampire Idol

 

Title: 뱀파이어 아이돌 / Vampire Idol
Chinese Title: 吸血鬼偶像
Genre: Sitcom
Episodes: 120
Broadcast network: MBN
Broadcast period: 2011-Dec-05 to 2012
Air time: Monday to Friday 21:30

 

Synopsis

A naïve vampire prince struggles to become a global pop idol in this melodramatic youth sitcom.

Cast

Lee Jung as Prince
Kang Min Kyung as Min Kyung
Shin Dong Yup as Dong Yub
Kim Soo Mi as Soo Mi
Lee Soo Hyuk as Soo Hyuk
No Min Woo
Oh Kwang Rok
Lee Hae In
Kim Woo Bin
Hong Jong Hyun
Chun Woo Hee

Production Credits

Producer: Sidus HQ Productions
Director: Lee Gun Wook
Screenwriter: Ha Chul Song, Lee Sung Eun

I Live in Cheongdam Dong

 

Title: 청담동 살아요 / I Live in Cheongdam Dong
Chinese Title: 住在清潭洞
Genre: Sitcom
Episodes: to be announced
Broadcast network: jTBC
Broadcast period: 2011-Dec-05 to 2012
Air time: Monday to Friday 09:00

 

Synopsis

The events that happen while running a boarding house and a comic book store in a run down 2-story building located in an about-to-be redeveloped luxury street in Cheongdam Dong.

Ji Eun is thrilled to hear that her mother Hye Ja is moving to Cheongdam Dong neighborhood. Hye Ja & Ji Eun lived in the suburbs for thier whole life. Ji-Eun dreams of living a luxurious life, but her reality is quite different. The house they move into is on the 2nd story of a building which looks like it will collapse. The first floor of the building is a comic book shop and the second floor is a lodging house. Their building is located between luxurious buildings in Cheongdam Dong neighborhood.

Cast

Kim Hye Ja as Kim Hye Ja
Oh Ji Eun as Oh Ji Eun
Hyun Woo as Hyun Woo
Lee Sang Yeob as Lee Sang Yeob
Lee Bo Hee as Lee Bo Hee
Suh Seung Hyun as Suh Seung Hyun
Woo Hyun as Kim Woo Hyun
Hwang Jung Min as Hwang Jung Min
Jo Kwan Woo as Jo Kwan Woo

Production Credits

Director: Kim Seok Yoon

Bachelor’s Vegetable Store

 

Title: 총각네 야채가게 / Bachelor’s Vegetable Store
Chinese Title: 蔬菜店的帥小子
Genre: Romance, Comedy
Episodes: 24
Broadcast network: Channel A
Broadcast period: 2011-Dec-21 to 2012-March-08
Air time: Wednesday & Thursday 20:50

 

Synopsis

“Bachelor’s Vegetable Store” is based on the true story of Lee Young Suk who started selling vegetable at a small store in 1998 and now owns 33 vegetable stores nationwide. A book was published in 2003, and now the story takes to the screen.

Cast

Main Cast

Ji Chang Wook as Han Tae Yang
Oh Jae Moo as Han Tae Yang (child)
Wang Ji Hye as Mok Ga On
Kim Young Kwang as Lee Seul Woo
Park Soo Jin as Jung Dan Bi
Hwang Shin Hye as Choi Kang Sun
Lee Se Young as Han Tae In

Supporting Cast

Park Won Suk as Hwang Soo Ja
Jang Hang Sun as Jung Goo Gwang
Kim Do Yun as Yeon Boong Hong
Jun Noh Min as Mok In Beom
Lee Kwang Soo as Nam Yoo Bong
Ji Hyuk as Yoon Ho Jae
Sung Ha as Jung Ki Young
Shin Won Ho as Lee Chan Sol
Sa Mi Ja as Park Geum Soon
Lee Eun as Hong Jung Ah

Production Credits

Director: Lee Joon Hyeong
Screenwriter: Yoon S

Saving Mrs. Go Bong Shil

 

Title: 고봉실 여사 구하기 / Saving Madame Go Bong Shil
Chinese Title: 拯救高奉實女士
Also Known as: Go! Mrs. Go!
Genre: Family
Episodes: 36
Broadcast network: CSTV
Broadcast period: 2011-Dec-17 to 2012-Apr-15
Air time: Saturday & Sunday 19:50

 

Synopsis

A 50′ish woman Go Bong Shil lives peacefully in a country village in Namhae. After Go Bong Shil’s husband passes away, her family faces bankruptcy. The family then moves to Seoul and settle down in Itaewon. This drama show how Go Bong Shil overcome this bad situation and then becomes a successful best selling writer.

Cast

Main Cast

Kim Hae Sook as Go Bong Shil
Chun Ho Jin as David Kim
Dok Go Young Jae as Seo Joon Tae
Kim Hye Ok as Park Won Sook
Lee Seung Min as Seo Yoon Young
Kim Young Joon as Bae Kyung Soo
Luna as Seo In Young
Kim Kyu Jong as Nicky

Supporting Cast

Choi Il Hwa as Seo Joon Suk
Hong Suk Chun as Seok Cheon
Harisu as Risu
Woo Hyun as Chun Man Geum
Choi Han Bit as Lee Bum Soo

Production Credits

Director: Yoon Sang Ho
Screenwriter: Park Eun Ryung

Fermentation Family

 

Title: 발효가족 / Fermentation Family
Chinese Title: 发酵家族
Also Known as: Kimchi Family
Genre: Family, Romance
Episodes: 24
Broadcast network: jTBC
Broadcast period: 2011-Dec-07 to 2012-Feb-23
Air time: Wednesday & Thursday 20:45

 

Synopsis

Set within the famous Korean restaurant Chunjiin, known especially for their kimchi dish. Ki Ho Tae who grew up as an orphan, begins to work at the restaurant in search for his past. Lee Kang San is the owner of this restaurant dreams to be the best chef.

Cast

Main Cast

Song Il Gook as Ki Ho Tae
Park Jin Hee as Lee Kang San
Lee Min Young as Lee Woo Joo
Choi Jae Sung as Kang Do Sik
Kang Shin Il as Lee Ki Chan
Kim Young Hoon as Oh Jae Hoon
Yoon Hee Soo as Na Eun Bi
Lee Dae Keun as Mr. Sul
Kim Byung Choon as Han Pyung Man
Lee Il Hwa as Jung Geum Joo

Supporting Cast

Lee Kan Hie as Kang San’s mother
Choi Yong Min as Oh Myung Cheol
Jung Ae Ri as Jung Hyun Sook
Choi Duk Moon as Jo Dae Sik
Kim Sang Hoon as Kim Dong Soo
Jo Jae Wan as Park Hyun Soo
Oh Yong as Jo Mi Nam
Kim Ki Bok as Detective
Lee Ah Rin as Bo Yo
Hwang Young Hee as So Jung

Cameo

Jo Yeon Woo as Choi Yong Bin
Kim Ha Eun as Ji Hyun
Shin Hyeon Tak as Sung Jin
Kim Bo Mi as Hye Young
Shin Hyun Bin as Yukie
Choi Jae Sup as Yoo Jung Ho
Kim Kyu Cheol as Jung Sung Min