Archive | September 2012

Yellow Boots

 

Title: 노란 복수초 / Yellow Boots
Chinese Title: 黄色复仇草
Genre: melodrama
Episodes: 108
Broadcast network: tvN
Broadcast period: 2012-Feb-27 to 2012-Aug-30
Air time: Monday to Thursday 10:00

 

Synopsis

This drama is about the revenge of a woman who lost everything because of fake accusation.

Seo Yeon Hwa (Lee Yoo Ri) is a nice girl who her life is turned down by her stepsister because being framed as a murderer. Choi Kang Wook (Jung Chan) who grew up abroad and lived in loneliness because of hidden family problems. He fells pity for Seo Yeon Hwa and helps her. Ha Yun Jae (Hyun Woo Sung) is Seo Yeon Hwa’s first love but they become enemy because of some reason.

Cast

Main Cast

Lee Yoo Ri as Seo Yeon Hwa
Jung Chan as Choi Kang Wook
Hyun Woo Sung as Ha Yun Jae
Yoon Ah Jung as Choi Yoo Ra
Min Ji Hyun as Seol Soo Ae
Shim Eun Jin as Ha Yoon Hee

Supporting Cast

Kang Suk Jung as Kim Tae Il
Kim Young Ran as Han Kyung Sook
Yoo Hye Ri as Jang Min Ja
Choi Sang Hoon as Choi In Suk
Jung Hye Sun as Lady Jo
Jung Kyung Ho as Park Chang Doo

Production Credits

Chief Producer: Baek Ho Min
Director: Choi Eun Kyung
Screenwriter: Yeo Jung Mi

I Need a Fairy

 

Title: 선녀가 필요해 / I Need a Fairy
Chinese Title: 需要仙女
Also Known as : Sent From Heaven
Genre: sitcom
Episodes: 100 + 3 Special
Broadcast network: KBS2
Broadcast period: 2012-Feb-27 to 2012-July-27
Air time: Monday to Friday 19:45

 

Synopsis

‘I Need a Fairy’ will be a comprehensive description of Korean women love and desire. This drama to be known as korean version of ‘Sex and the City

Two beautiful angel falling from the heaven and become a mother and daughter. This sitcom show how they deal with their new life.

Cast

Main Cast

Cha In Pyo as Cha Se Joo
Hwang Woo Seul Hye as Chae Hwa
Shim Hye Jin as Wang Mo (Chae Hwa’s mom)
Lee Doo Il as Cha Se Dong
Yoon Ji Min as Ma Tae Hee
Park Hee Jin as Geum Bo Hwa

Supporting Cast

Park Min Woo as Cha Kook Min
Woo Ri as Cha Na Ra
Choi Jung Won as Geum Mo Rae
Min Ji as Lee Ha Ni
Shi Ho (시호) as Jang
Min Young Won as Jang Hee Bin
Yang Young Ryun (양영륜) as Park Kyung Bin
Eun Won Jae as Shin Joo Suk
Heo Young Saeng as Heo Young Saeng
Shin Woo (신우) as Shin Woo
Lee Joon as Lee Joon

Cameos

Bae Suzy as Aspiring Actress
Jang Hang Jun as movie director
Kim Mi Ryeo as fortuneteller
Choi Ji Yun as teacher
Yang Han Yeol as Ji Hoon
Jo Jae Hyun as Geum Bo Hwa’s ex-boyfriend
Min Ji Oh as writer
Choo So Young

Production Credits

Director: Jeong Heum Moon, Ko Chan Soo
Screenwriter: Kim Mi Yoon, Kwak Kyeong Yoon, Sin Kwang Ho, Song Hye Jin

Unexpected You @ My Husband Got a Family

 

Title: 넝쿨째 굴러온 당신 / Unexpected You
Chinese Title: 順藤而上的你
Also Known as: My Husband Got a Family / You Who Rolled In Unexpectedly
Previouly Known as: 날 봐 귀남 / Look At Me Gwi Nam
Genre: Family
Episodes: 58 (To Be Confirmed)
Broadcast network: KBS2
Broadcast period: 2012-Feb-25 to 2012-Sep-09
Air time: Saturday & Sunday 19:55

 

Synopsis

This drama tells the story of TV drama director Yoon Hee (Kim Nam Joo) and Surgeon Gwi Nam (Yoo Joon Sang) after they get married but meets her unbelievable mother-in-law (Yoon Yeo Jung).

Cast

Main Cast

Kim Nam Joo as Cha Yoon Hee
Yoo Joon Sang as Bang Gwi Nam / Terry Kang

Seniors in Bang Gwi Nam’s family

Yoon Yeo Jung as Uhm Chung Ae
Jang Yong as Bang Jang Soo
Kang Boo Ja as Jun Mak Rye

Maternal aunts

Yoo Ji In as Uhm Bo Ae
Yang Hee Kyung as Uhm Soon Ae

Cha Yoon Hee’s family

Kim Young Ran as Han Man Hee
Kim Yong Hee as Cha Se Joong
Kang Min Hyuk as Cha Se Gwang
Jin Kyung (진경) as Min Ji Young

Bang Gwi Nam’s family

Kim Sang Ho as Bang Jung Bae
Nah Young Hee as Jang Yang Sil
Shim Yi Young as Bang Ko Ok
Kwak Dong Yun (곽동연) as Bang Jang Goon

Sisters-in-law

Yang Jung Ah as Bang Il Sook
Jo Yoon Hee as Bang Yi Sook
Oh Yeon Seo as Bang Mal Sook

Other people

Lee Hee Joon as Chun Jae Yong
Kim Won Joon as Yoon Bin
Kim Hyung Bum as Nam Nam Goo
Hwang Dong Joo as Fake Gwi Nam
Choi Yoon So as Hye Soo
Kim Hyung Jin (김형진) as Tae Young
Kang Dong Ho as Han Kyu Hyun

Cameo

Kim Seung Woo as Exam-taking student
Cha Tae Hyun as Chae Tae Bong
Park Soo Jin as Song Soo Ji
Yang Hee Eun (양희은) as Radio DJ
Sung Si Kyung as Sung Si Kaeng
Ji Jin Hee as pastor
Shin Se Kyung as Shin Se Kyung
Lee Jung Shin as Bang Mal Sook’s blind date man
Lee Hye Young as popular actress
Song Joon Geun (송준근) as popular actor
Hong Eun Hee as Hong Eun Hee
Yoo In Young as Yoo Shin Hye

Production Credits

Director: Kim Hyung Suk
Writer: Park Ji Eun

Twelve Men in a Year

 

Title: 일년에 열두 남자 / Twelve Men in a Year
Chinese Title: 一年十二個男人
Genre: Romance
Episodes: 16
Broadcast network: tvN
Broadcast period: 2012-Feb-15 to 2012-Apr-05
Air time: Wednesday & Thursday 23:00

 

Synopsis

This Drama is about Mi Roo, a 29 years old ordinary staff writer for the magazine.

The drama telling the story how she fails to deliver a column of magazine, and then she decided to starts a dating column by dating with twelve men for each astrological sign in the calendar.

Cast

Yoon Jin Seo as Na Mi Roo
Ohn Joo Wan as Cha Jin Oh
Go Joon Hee as Park Tan Ya
Kim Da Hyun as Hyun Woo
Kim Jin Woo as Won Bin
Julien Kang as Alex
Park Sang Myun as Dong Gun
Kwang Soo as Shi Hoo
Lee Yong Woo as Yi Joon
Kim Jung Min as Director Goo
Choi Hyun Woo as Magician
Sung Je as Gwan Woo
Park Ji Woo as Gang Soo
Park Ji Il as Chan Sung
Choi Soo Rin as Michele Jang
Bae Geu Rin as Oh Hae Ra
Yang Geum Suk as Oh Yeon Soon

Production Credits

Original work: German Novel ‘Zwölf Männer hat das Jahr (2005)‘ by Martina Paura.
Director: Oh Jong Rok
Screenwriter: Hwang Jo Yoon

Syndrome

 

Title: 신드롬 / Syndrome
Chinese Title: 综合症
Genre: Medical, Thriller
Episodes: 20
Broadcast network: jTBC
Broadcast period: 2012-Feb-13 to 2012-Apr-17
Air time: Monday & Tuesday 20:45

 

Synopsis

Syndrome is a medical thriller drama set in the neurosurgery departments.

A family of surgeons with complicated ties perch at the top of the hospital hierarchy, with son Cha Yeo Wook deciding to follow in his parents’ footsteps by becoming a neurosurgeon. Lee Hae Jo (Han Hye Jin) is a talented intern who joins the department despite having a less priviledged background than Cha Yeo Wook (Song Chang Ui), and the two develop a bickering friendship while the mysterious doctor Kang Eun Hyun (Park Gun Hyung) also shows an interest in Hae Jo.

Cast

Main Cast

Han Hye Jin as Lee Hae Jo
Song Chang Ui as Cha Yeo Wook
Park Gun Hyung as Kang Eun Hyun
Jo Jae Hyun as Cha Tae Jin
Kim Sung Ryung as Oh Eun Hee
Kim Yoo Suk as Min Sung Joon

Supporting Cast

Im Won Hee as Oh Kwang Hee
Uhm Hyo Sup as Park Sun Woo
Yoon Ji Min as Kim Yi Joon
Jang Sung Won as Heo Jo Gang
Kim Dong Hyun as Lee Jae Yoon
Jang Ye Won (장예원) as Park Bum Joo
Lee Joo Hwa as Lee Jung Mi
Yang Ing Kko (양잉꼬) as Kwon Mi Ran
Baek Ok Dam as Go Ah Reum
Im Byung Ki (임병기) as Lee Kyu Jo
Lee Kan Hee as Kang Hee Yeon
Kim Ho Chang as Yang Sang Doo
Min Joon Hyun as Journalist

Production Credits

Chief Producer: Lee Young Joon
Producer: Yoo Jung Joon, Yoon Jae Won (윤재원)
Director: Lee Sung Joo, Go Jae Hyun (고재현)
Screenwriter: Kim Sol Ji (김솔지)

God of War

 

Title: 무신 / God of War
Chinese Title: 武神
Also known as: Soldier / Military Official
Genre: Period, historical
Episodes: 56
Broadcast network: MBC
Broadcast period: 2012-Feb-11 to 2012-Sep-15
Air time: Saturday & Sunday 20:40

 

Synopsis

This drama is a about a man who was born to the slave class during the Goryeo Dynasty, overruling the feudalist government that had been in power for over 60 years and becomes the most powerful man in the country.

Cast

Main Cast

Kim Joo Hyuk as Kim Joon
Kim Kyu Ri as Choe Song Yi
Jung Bo Suk as Choe Woo
Park Sang Min as Choi Yang Baek

Supporting Cast

Joo Hyun as Choe Choong Hun
Hong Ah Reum as Son Wol Ah
Baek Do Bin as Choe Hang / Man Jun
Lee Seung Hyo as Emperor Gojong of Goryeo
Kim Seo Ra as Choe Woo’s 1st wife
Kim Yoo Mi as Choe Woo’s 2nd wife
Kim Ha Eun as Choon Shim
Chun Ho Jin as Lee Kyu Bo
Kim Joo Young as General Lee Won Jeong of Cheolju fortress
Lee Dong Shin as General Sartai of Mongol Empire
Choi Duk Moon as General Lee Hee Juk of Cheolju fortress
Choi Soo Rin as General Lee Hee Juk’s wife
Kwon Tae Won as General Park Seo of Kwiju fortress
Yoon Dong Hwan as General Tanku of Mongol Empire
Jin Sun Kyu as Gab E
Kim Yong Woon as Goo Pil
Jo Sang Goo as General Putau of Mongol Empire
Park Hae Soo as Kim Youn Hoo
Kang Shin Il as Soo Beop
Oh Young Soo as SooGi DaeSa
Kim Young Pil as General Park Song Bi
Lee Joo Hyun as Kim Yak Sun
Go Soo Hee as NanJang of Tobang kitchen
Jo Eun Sook as Gan Nan of Tobang kitchen
Yoo Na Young as Yeon Shim
Jung Sung Mo as Choe Hyang
Lee Suk Joon as Lee Jang Yong
Kim Chul Ki as General Kim Kyung Son
Im Jong Yoon as General Choi Choon Myung
Baek Won Kil as Kyun Ga
Seo Kwang as Woo Ga
Jun Noh Min as Moon Dae
Kim Jung Hak as Jin Pyo
Seung Kyu as Kim Hong Chui

Production Credits

Director: Kim Jin Min
Asst. Director: Nam Sung Woo (남성우), Kim Seul Ah (김슬아), Kim Seo Gon (김서곤)
Screenwriter: Lee Hwan Kyung

Operation Proposal

 

Title: 프로포즈 대작전 / Operation Proposal
Chinese Title: 求婚大作战
Also Known as: Operation Love / The Proposal
Genre: Romance, Fantasy, Time-Travel
Episodes: 16
Broadcast network: CSTV
Broadcast period: 2012-Feb-08 to 2012-March-29
Air time: Wednesday & Thursday 20:50

 

Synopsis

The drama has themes of time-travel and is basically about a character who gets to travel back in time to protect his first love.

Kang Baek Ho (Yoo Seung Ho) and Ham Yi Seul (Park Eun Bin) have been best friends since they met first time at the age of 8. They attended the same elementary school, middle school and high school. After they graduated from college and went on to work in different fields, they have remained best friends.

On February 14, 2012, Yi Seul gets married to Jin Won (Lee Hyun Jin), a high school baseball coach Baek Ho played for. During the wedding, Baek Ho is overcome with regret for never expressing his true feelings to Yi Seul, even though he has had 20 years.

Yi Seul’s mother then asks Baek Ho to carry Yi Seul’s stuff to Jin Won’s car. While carrying the boxes, Baek Ho drops a box and discovers a letter. The envelope is addressed to Baek Ho from Yi Seul. Baek Ho slips the envelope into his jacket. After the wedding, Baek Ho walks over to a nearby playground. Baek Ho sits on a swing and begins to read the letter. The letter was written after they graduated from middle school. Yi Seul writes that she felt Baek Ho was a special person from the first time they met and she has liked him since. Baek Ho feels is overcome with his emotions and wails uncontrollably.

A man (Kim Tae Hoon) walks over and hands him a handkerchief. The man introduces himself as a “time coordinator”. He states that he can control time and space. Baek Ho, at first, thinks the guy is nuts, but with just a hand gesture the man makes everyone on the playground freeze. Baek Ho asks the man what he wants from him and the man turns his questions around to ask, “more importantly, what do you want from me?” Baek Ho tells the man that he wants to go back in time to change his present situation.

The next moment, Baek Ho finds himself in his room with the time conductor. The man gives him a small bottle of liquid and then he disappears. Baek Ho looks at some old pictures taken with Ye Seul and notices how sad she looks. He decides that he wants to make her happy. Baek Ho then drinks the liquid …

Cast

Main Cast

Yoo Seung Ho as Kang Baek Ho
Park Eun Bin as Ham Yi Seul (Baek Ho’s first love)
– No Jung Ui as Ham Yi Seul (young)
Lee Hyun Jin as Kwon Jin Won
Go Kyung Pyo as Song Chan Wook (Kang Baek Ho’s friend)
Park Young Seo as Joo Tae Nam
Kim Ye Won as Yoo Chae Ri

Supporting Cast

Kim Tae Hoon as Time conductor
Park Jin Joo as Jo Jin Joo
Lee Doo Il as Jo Dae Kook
Lee Eung Kyung as Oh Jeong Rim (Yi Seul’s mom)
Moon Chun Shik as Yoo Byeol Nam
Joo Jin Mo as Ham Seong Hoon (Yi Seul’s dad)
Go In Bum as Oh Tae Bum
Lee Dal Hyung as Home room teacher

Production Credits

Director: Kim Woo Sun
Screenwriter: Yoon Ji Ryun