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Wife’s Credentials

 

Title: 아내의 자격 / A Wife’s Credentials
Chinese Title: 妻子的資格
Genre: Melodrama
Episodes: 16
Broadcast network: jTBC
Broadcast period: 2012-Feb-29 to 2012-Apr-19
Air time: Wednesday & Thursday 20:45

 

Synopsis

This drama tell the story of a ordinary housewife (Kim Hee Ae) who busy with her daughter’s education. On the same time, she falls in love with her neighbor who works as a dentist (Lee Sung Jae).

Cast

Main Cast

Kim Hee Ae as Yoon Seo Rae
Lee Sung Jae as Kim Tae Oh
Jang Hyun Sung as Han Sang Jin
Lee Tae Ran as Hong Ji Sun

Supporting Cast

Im Je No as Han Gyeol
Lee Jung Gil as Han Yong Hee
Nam Yoon Jung as Jin Soo Ae
Choi Eun Kyung as Han Myung Jin
Park Hyuk Kwon as Jo Hyun Tae
Lee Han Na as Jo Yoon Jae
Kim Sung Kyung as Jo Yoon Min
Nam Neung Mi as Oh Jung Ae
Jang So Yeon as Yoon Mi Rae
Choi Da In as Kim Bo Reum (Yoon Seo Rae’s Daughter)
Im Sung Min as Kang Eun Joo
Son Sung Joon as Jo Jae Hoon
Jung Han Yong as Hyun Tae’s father
Kil Hae Yeon as Ha Sum Jin
Yoog Mi Ra as Sung In Ok
Hong Sung Sook as Min Hae Kyung

Production Credits

Director: An Pan Suk
Scriptwriter: Jung Sung Joo

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Ordinary Love

 

Title: 보통의 연애 / Ordinary Love
Chinese Title: 平凡的爱
Also Known as: Just Ordinary Love Story
Genre: Romance
Series : Drama Special Series (Season 2)
Episodes: 4
Broadcast network: KBS2
Broadcast period: 2012-Feb-29 to 2012-Mar-08
Air time: Wednesday & Thursday 21:55

 

Synopsis

Han Jae Gwang (Yun Woo Jin) is a tour writer. He approaches Kim Yoon Hye (Yoo Da In), the daughter of a man who killed his older brother. However, they fall in love each other after that.

Cast

Main Cast

Yun Woo Jin as Han Jae Gwang
Jo Yoon Woo as Han Jae Gwang (young)
Yoo Da In as Kim Yoon Hye
Lee Joo Shil as Yoon Hye’s grandma
Lee Sung Min as Kim Joo Pyung
Choi Min as Kwon Dae Woong

Supporting Cast

Kim Mi Kyung as Jae Gwang’s mother
Song Min Ji as Joo Sang Ah
Shin Dong Mi as Gyung Ja
Kim Young Jae as Carpenter Kang
Kwon Se In as Han Jae Min

Production Credits

Director: Kim Jin Won
ScriptWriter: Lee Hyun Joo

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

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

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

Korean Peninsula @ Hanbando

 

Title: 한반도 / Korean Peninsula
Chinese Title: 韓半島
Also Known as : Hanbando
Genre: political, action, war, romance
Episodes: 18
Broadcast network: CSTV
Broadcast period: 2012-Feb-06 to 2012-Apr-3
Air time: Monday & Tuesday 20:50

 

Synopsis

A blockbuster political drama based on a reunified Korean Peninsula about the powers fighting over the country’s natural resources.

Cast

Hwang Jung Min as Seo Myung Joon (united Korean President)
Kim Jung Eun as Im Jin Jae (Myung Joon’s wife)
Kwak Hee Sung as Min Dong Ki
Jo Sung Ha as Park Do Myung (Chief Presidential Secretary)
Jo Yi Jin as Park Hye Jung
Ji Hoo as Kang Dong Won (NIS agent)
Sung Byung Sook as Jung Hyun Sook
Kang Soo Min as Baek Do Jin
Jung Jae Hun as Seo Jang Yub
Kim Jung- Kyoon as Hong Hak Soo
Jung Wook as Shin Chang Suk
Lee Won Suk as Kim Jung Sik
Ahn Nam Hee as Na Yun Sung
Lee Soon Jae as Kang Dae Hyun
Choi Il Hwa as Park Jung Pyo
Yoon Ye Hee as Song Seung Joo
Lee Hae Young as Han Young Hoon
Choi Dae Hoon as Chae Dong Hoon
Jung Dong Hwan as Oh Chang Il
Yoon Joo Sang as Suk Joo Hwan
Go In Bum as Chief of staff
Jung Dong Gyu as Kim Won Ho
Park Geun Soo as Jung Cheol
Jung Sung Mo as Jo Gook Chul
Kim Ji Sook as Han Kyung Ok (Jin Jae’s mother)
Kim Ha Kyoon as Kim Deuk Soo
Kim Soo Hyun (1970) as Lee Young Choon
Jeong Jin as Jung Yong Gi
Suh Tae Hwa as Kim Tae Sung (North Korean Premier)
Park Chan Hwan as Im Chul Woo (Jin Jae’s father)
Heo Jung Gyu as Dong Jung Geun
Lee Hee Suk as Kang Hee Joong
Hwang Chan Woo as Kim Yong Soo
Heo Jae Ho as Jun Joong Won
Yang Hee Yoon as Lee Sung Ho
Jang Nam Yeol as Kim Ho Taek
Lee Chul Min as Jo Gap Suk
Choi Jae Hwan as Park Kwang Tae
Ji Woo Seok as Cha Seung Jae
Kim Jae Rok as Koo Yeon Chul
Kim Soo Hyun (2006) as Seo Yoo Ri

Production Credits

Director: Lee Hyung Min
Screenwriter: Yoon Sun Joo

Feast of the Gods

 

Title: 신들의 만찬 / Feast of the Gods
Chinese Title: 神的晚餐
Genre: romance, comedy
Episodes: 32
Broadcast network: MBC
Broadcast period: 2012-Feb-04 to 2012-May-20
Air time: Saturday & Sunday 21:50

 

Synopsis

A drama about Korean cuisine.

Set within the backdrop of a traditional royal cuisine restaurant named Arirang, “Feast of the Gods” depicts how two women grow as chefs through competitions with each other.

Cast

Main Cast

Sung Yu Ri as Go Joon Young
Jung Min Ah as Joon Young (child)
Joo Sang Wook as Choi Jae Ha
Lee Sang Woo as Kim Do Yoon
Seo Hyun Jin as Ha In Joo / Song Yeon Woo
Joo Da young as Ha In Joo (teen)
Park Min Ha as Yeon Woo (child)

Supporting Cast

Jun In Hwa as Sung Do Hee
Kim Bo Yun as Baek Seol Hee
Jung Hye Sun as Sun Noh In
Seo Yi Sook as No Young Shim
Jung Dong Hwan as Ha Young Bum
Park Sang Myun as Im Do Shik
Oh Na Ra as Oh Soo Jin
Kim Young Moo as Han Min Shik
Son Hwa Ryung as Kim Shin Young
Park Jung Min as Jang Mi So
Sean Richard as Daniel
Song Min Jung as Jung Da Woon
Edward Kwon as Chef Kwon
Uhm Hyo Sup as Ko Jae Chul
Jin Tae Hyun as Ha In Woo
Lee Min Ji as Jane
Shin Goo (Cameo)
Lee Il Hwa as In Joo’s mother (Cameo)

Production Credits

Director: Lee Dong Yoon
Screenwriter: Jo Eun Jeong