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Dream High 2

 

Title: 드림하이 시즌2 / Dream High (Season 2)
Chinese Title: 星梦高飞2 / 追梦高中2
Genre: School, musical, comedy, romance
Episodes: 16
Broadcast network: KBS2
Broadcast period: 2012-Jan-30 to 2012-Mar-20
Air time: Monday & Tuesday 21:55
Related Series: Dream High Series

 

Synopsis

“Dream High Season 2″ will follows idol stars heading out to find their hopes and dreams. This Drama will deal with new students instead of the first batch student.

Kirin High School of Art has been taken over by Oz Entertainment because of financial bankruptcy. Oz Entertainment then transfers over its own idol stars to Kirin High to avoid a law requiring under age entertainers to study for a set time. Competition then brews between troubled students at Kirin High School of Art and then newly transfered idols from Oz Entertainment.

Shin Hye Sung (Kang So Ra) enters Kirin High School of Art with a high written exam score, but poor performance score. She then meets fellow students Jin Yoo Jin (Jin Woon) and JB, who makes her realize how fun music can be. Jin Yoo Jin acted when he was a child. Now, he is a troubled student dreaming of becoming a rock star. He attempts to cure his pain caused by his parent’s divorce through music.

Cast

Kirin Arts High School Students

Kang So Ra as Shin Hye Sung
Jin Woon as Jin Yoo Jin
Yoo So Young as Park Soon Dong
Kim Ji Soo as Hong Joo
Jung Yeon Joo as Lee Yi Seul (The only daughter of Executive director Lee Kang Chul)
Jr. as Jung Ui Bong

Idol Groups

Park Ji Yeon as Lian (member of idol girl group HershE)
Hyo Rin as Nana (member of idol girl group HershE)
Ailee as Ailee (member of idol girl group HershE)
JB as JB (member of idol boy group I:dn)
Park Seo Joon as Si Woo (member of idol boy group I:dn)

Kirin Arts High School Teachers

Kim Jung Tae as Lee Kang Chul (Executive director)
Kwon Hae Hyo as Joo Jung Wan (Principal)
Park Jin Young as Yang Jin Man (Teacher)
Choi Yeo Jin as Ahn Tae Yeon (Teacher)
Park Kahi as Hyun Ji Soo (Teacher)

Other

Yoon Hee Suk as Shin Jae In
Hwang Mi Sun as Lian’s mother
Jung Kyu Soo as Hye Sung’s father
No Jung Ui (노정의) as Shin Hye Poong (Hye Sung’s sister)

Cameos

Kim Soo Hyun as Song Sam Dong (ep.1)
IU (Lee Ji Eun) as Kim Pil Sook (ep 1)
BandToxic as band performing with Yoo Jin in Hongdae (ep.1)
MYNAME as OZ Entertainment Agency’s idol group (ep 2)
PSY as trainer coach (ep 5)
Park Ye Eun as Park Ye Eun (ep 9)
Bae Suzy as Suzy (ep.15)
Miss A (ep.15)

Production Credits

Production Companies: KeyEast, JYPE, and CJ Media
Producer: Bae Yong Joon, Park Jin Young
Director: Lee Eung Bok & Mo Wan Il
Screenwriter: Heo Seong Hye

Shut Up Flower Boy Band

 

Title: 닥치고 꽃미남밴드 / Shut Up Flower Boy Band
Chinese Title: 闭嘴! 花美男乐队
Previously known as: 꽃미남밴드: 안구정화 / Flower Boy Band: Eye Candy
Genre: Youth, Romance, Drama
Episodes: 16
Broadcast network: tvN
Broadcast period: 2012-January-30 to 2012-March-20
Air time: Monday & Tuesday 23:00
Related Series: Oh! Boy Series

 

Synopsis

This is a story about a high school rock band and how they deal with friendship, love and their passion for music.

Cast

Eye Candy

Sung Joon as as Kwon Ji Hyuk
L (Kim Myung Soo) as Lee Hyun Soo
Lee Hyun Jae as Jang Do Il
Kim Min Sook as Seo Kyung Jong
Yoo Min Kyu as Kim Ha Jin
Lee Min Ki as Joo Byung Hee (cameo, ep 1-2)

Strawberry Fields

Jung Ui Chul as Yoo Seung Hoon
Kwak Jung Wook as Jung Maro
Kim Hyun Joon as Park Pyo Joo
Kim Hyo Seok (LED Apple) as Drummer (cameo)

Supporting Cast

Jo Bo Ah as Im Soo Ah
Kim Ye Rim as Kim Ye Rim
Kim Jung Min as Bang Woo Kyung
Jung Ji Ahn as Jo Deo Mi
Ma Dong Suk as Teacher
Dong Hyun Bae (동현배) as Sharkpa boss
Kim C as Rock Kim
Yum Jung Ah as Ji Hyuk’s mom (cameo)

Production Credits

Prodution Company: CJ E&M Corporation
Producer: Oh Bo Yi (오보이)
Director: Lee Kwon (이권)
Screenwriter: Seo Yoon Hee (서윤희)

What’s Up?

 

Title: 왓츠업 / What’s Up?
Chinese Title: 这是怎么回事?
Previously known as: Zero Plus
Genre: Music, romance, school
Episodes: 20
Broadcast network: MBN
Broadcast period: 2011-Dec-03 to 2012-Feb-05
Air time: Saturday & Sunday 21:00

 

Synopsis

A drama revolving around music and the romance between students enrolled in the theatrical department of a university.

Cast

Main Cast

Im Ju Hwan as Jang Jae Hun
Kang Dae Sung as Ha Do Sung
Im Joo Eun as Oh Doo Ri
Oh Man Suk as Sun Woo Young
Jang Hee Jin as Eun Chae Young
Kim Ji Won as Park Tae Yi

Supporting Cast

Lee Soo Hyuk as Lee Soo Bin
Jo Jung Suk as Kim Byung Hun
Baek Jae Jin as Mister Bae
Kim Mi Kyung as Professor Yang
Song Ok Sook as Jae Hun’s mom
Kim Sung Ryung as Do Sung’s mom
Yang Hee Kyung as Doo Ri ‘s mom
Kim Chang Wan as Tae Yi’s dad (cameo)

Production Credits

Director: Jang Mi Ja, Song Ji Won
Screenwriter: Song Ji Na

You’ve Fallen For Me / Heartstrings

Title: 넌 내게 반했어 / Neon Naege Banhaesseo / You’ve Fallen for Me
Chinese Title: 為我著迷
Also Known as: Falling in Love / Heartstrings
Previously known as: 페스티벌 / Festival
Genre: Romance, music
Episodes: 15 + 1 Special
Broadcast network: MBC
Broadcast period: 2011-June-29 to 2011-Aug-18
Air time: Wednesday & Thursday 21:55

 

Synopsis

Lee Shin is a university student majoring in modern music. He is also the vocalist and guitarist of the band “The Stupid.” Shin is known for his good looks and strong passion for music, but in reality he is cold, lacks interest in anything unrelated to music and has neither dreams nor plans for the future. He initially likes Jung Yoon Soo, a dance professor at university, but this all changes when he meets Lee Kyu Won.

Lee Kyu Won is a bright and outgoing student who was born into a prestigious family and is majoring in traditional Korean instruments, especially the gayageum. Kyu Won’s grandfather, Lee Dong Gun, is one of the top 3 traditional musicians of his age and his biggest wish is to see his granddaughter become a traditional music prodigy. Trying to live up to her grandfather’s expectations, Kyu Won immerses herself in training and becomes a university student who knows nothing outside of her studies. As her friends are fans of “The Stupid”, she was forced to go to the band’s concert with them. There she saw Lee Shin performing live, and is immediately captivated by him.

Cast

Jung Yong Hwa as Lee Shin
Park Shin Hye as Lee Kyu Won
Song Chang Ui as Kim Suk Hyun
So Yi Hyun as Jung Yoon Soo
Woo Ri as Han Hee Joo
Kang Min Hyuk as Yeo Joon
Lee Hyun Jin as Hyun Ki Young
Im Se Mi as Cha Bo Woon

Extended Cast

Lee Jung Hun as Im Tae Joon
Jung Kyung Ho as Goo Jung Eun
Jang Seo Won as Yoon Soo Myung
Shin Goo as Lee Dong Jin
Sun Woo Jae Duk as Lee Sun Ki
Lee Il Hwa as Song Ji Young
Moon Ga Young as Lee Jung Hyun
Kim Sun Kyung as Professor Hong
Oh Won Bin as guitarist of The Stupid

Production Credits

Production Company: JS PICTURES
Chief Producer: Choi Hong Mi (최홍미)
Producer: Lee Jin Suk, Kim Yang
Director: Pyo Min Soo
Screenwriter: Lee Myung Sook

You Are Beautiful

Title: 미남이시네요 / You’re Beautiful
Chinese Title : 原来是美男啊
Also known as: You’re Handsome, A.N.JELL
Genre: Romance, comedy
Episodes: 16
Broadcast Network: SBS
Broadcast period: 2009-Oct-07 to 2009-Nov-26
Air time: Wednesday & Thursday 21:55

 

Synopsis

Tae Kyung and On Yu are in search of a new member for their idol group, A.N.JELL. However, Mi Nam suffers an injury at the last moment. So Mi Nyu, his twin sister, is asked to step in for her brother. The rest of the drama follows the behind-the-scenes life of an idol group.

Cast

Jang Geun Suk as Hwang Tae Kyung
Kang Soo Han as young Tae Kyung
Park Shin Hye Go Mi Nam (Male) / Go Mi Nyu (Female)
Lee Hong Ki as Kang On Yu / Jeremy
Jung Yong Hwa as Kang Shin Woo

Extended cast

UEE as Yoo He Yi
Bae Geu Rin as Sa Yu Ri (Fan club president)
Kim In Kwon as Ma Hoon Yi (Mi Nam’s manager)
Jang Won Young as Mr Kim (photographer, Nara Daily News)
Choi Ran as Choi Mi Ja (Mi Nam & Mi Nyu’s aunt)
Kim Sung Ryung as Mo Hwa Ran
Jung Chan as President Ahn
Choi Soo Eun as Wang Kko Di
Tae Hwang as staff
Kim Ho Chang as dancer
Lee Joo Yeon as Before School member (cameo)
Yoo So Young as Before School member (cameo)
Yoo Seung Ho (cameo, ep9)

Production Credits

Director: Hong Sung Chang
Screenwriter: Hong Jung Eun & Hong Mi Ran

Awards

2009 koreandrama.org Awards : The Best Korean Drama of 2009
2009 SBS Drama Awards: Netizen Highest Popularity Award (Jang Geun Suk)

DREAM HIGH

Title: 드림하이 / Dream High
Genre: School, drama, comedy, romance
Episodes: 16 + 1 Special
Broadcast network: KBS2
Broadcast period: 2011-Jan-03 to 2011-March-01
Air time: Monday & Tuesday 21:55

 

Synopsis

Dream High tells the story of six students at Kirin Art High School who work to achieve their dreams of becoming music stars in the Korean music industry. Go Hye Mi is a student who had majored in classical music but has to give up her dream by entering Kirin Art High School to pay off her father’s debt. However, she needs to get two other students to also come to the school in order for her to enroll in the school conditionally. These two students are Song Sam Dong, who lives in the countryside, and Jin Guk, whom she accidentally meets while trying to escape from a loan shark. Yoon Baek Hee, formerly Hyemi’s sidekick, becomes her rival in school because Hye Mi betrays her during an audition to enter the school.

Cast
Kim Soo Hyun as Song Sam Dong
Ok Taecyeon as Jin Gook
Jang Wooyoung as Jason
Ham Eun Jung as Yoon Baek Hee
Suzy (from Kpop group miss A) as Go Hye Mi
IU as Kim Pil Sook
Uhm Ki Joon as Kang Oh Hyuk
Lee Yoon Ji as Shi Kyung Jin
Jun Ah Min as Jo In Sung
Han Ji Hoo as Park Do Joon
Yoon Young Ah as Lee Ri Ah
Park Jin Sang  as Jun Tae San
Kim Bo Reum  as Ha So Hyun
Bae Yong Joon as Jung Ha Myung
Park Jin Young  as Yang Jin Man
Lee Byung Joon as Shi Bum Soo
Lee Yoon Mi as Maeng Seung Hee
Baek Won Kil  as Gong Min Chul
Ahn Kil Kang as Ma Doo Shik
Ahn Sun Young as Kang Oh Sun
Ahn Seo Hyun as Go Hye Sung
Lee Hye Sook as Song Nam Boon
Choi Il Hwa as Hyun Moo Jin
Park Hyuk Kwon  as Go Byung Jik
Jung Min Joo /JOO  as Jung Ah Jung
Park Hwi Soon as Jin Gook’s roommate (ep 1-2)
Jo Soo Mi  as herself (cameo, ep 1)
Kim Hyun Joong as himself (cameo)

HEARTSTRINGS

 

Title: Heartstrings / Neon Naege Banhaesseo / Festival / You’ve Fallen For Me
Genre: Romance, music
Episodes: 16
Director: Pyo Min Soo (Coffee House, In Soon is Pretty)
Screenwriter: Lee Myung Sook
Broadcast network: MBC , every Wednesday & Thursday 21:55
Broadcast period: 2011-Jun-29 to 2011-Aug-18

Synopsis
Lee Shin is a university student majoring in modern music. He is also the vocalist and guitarist of the band “The Stupid.”
Lee Shin is known for his good looks and strong passion for music, but in reality he is cold, lacks interest in anything unrelated to music and has neither dreams nor plans for the future. He initially likes Jung Yoon Soo, a dance professor at university, but this all changes when he meets Lee Kyu Won.

Lee Kyu Won is a bright and outgoing student who was born into a prestigious family and is majoring in traditional Korean instruments, especially the gayageum. Kyu Won’s grandfather, Lee Dong Gun, is one of the top 3 traditional musicians of his age and his biggest wish is to see his granddaughter become a traditional music prodigy. Trying to live up to her grandfather’s expectations, Kyu Won immerses herself in training and becomes a university student who knows nothing outside of her studies. As her friends are fans of “The Stupid”, she was forced to go to the band’s concert with them. There she saw Lee Shin performing live, and is immediately captivated by him.

Cast
Jung Yong Hwa as Lee Shin
Park Shin Hye as Lee Kyu Won
Song Chang Ui as Kim Suk Hyun
So Yi Hyun as Jung Yoon Soo
Kang Min Hyuk as Yeo Joon
Woo Ri as Han Hee Joo
Lee Hyun Jin as Hyun Ki Young
Jang Seo Won as Yoon Soo Myung
Shin Goo as Lee Dong Gun
Sun Woo Jae Duk
Lee Il Hwa
Kim Sun Kyung