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Glory Jane @ Man of Honor

 

Title: 영광의 재인 / Glory Jane
Chinese Title: 荣光的在仁
Also known as: Man of Honor / Young Kwang’s Jae In
Genre: Romance
Episodes: 24
Broadcast network: KBS2
Broadcast period: 2011-Oct-12 to 2011-Dec-28
Air time: Wednesday & Thursday 21:55

 

Synopsis

Kim Young Kwang (Chun Jung Myung) is a baseball player on a minor league team, former 4th hitter of the major league team, is an innocently confident man who never stops trying his best to re-live past glories. Yoon Jae In (Park Min Young) works as a nurse’s aide is a struggling young, cheery, bright girl who always maintains a positive attitude despite her poor background and dreams of becoming a nurse. She meets Kim Young Kwang at the hospital when he sustains injures, as they struggling to overcome their fates, they find love. Seo In Woo (Lee Jang Woo) is the future heir of a sports clothing company and also the clean-up hitter for the a professional baseball team that his father owns. A love triangle ensues between these three characters.

Cast

Main Cast

Chun Jung Myung as Kim Young Kwang
Ahn Do Gyu as child Young Kwang
Park Min Young as Yoon Jae In
– Ahn Eun Jung (안은정) as child Jae In
Lee Jang Woo as Seo In Woo
– Kim Ji Hoon (김지훈) as child In Woo

Supporting Cast

Park Sung Woong as Seo In Chul
Son Chang Min as Seo Jae Myung
Choi Myung Gil as Park Goon Ja
Lee Jin as Cha Hong Joo
Lee Ki Yeol as Kim In Bae
Kim Yun Joo as Kim Kyung Joo
Nam Bo Ra as Kim Jin Joo
Jung Hye Sun as Oh Soon Nyeo
Kim Sun Kyung as Im Jung Ok
Lee Moon Shik as Heo Young Do
Kim Sung Oh as Joo Dae Sung
Choi Seung Kyung as Go Kil Dong
Ahn Nae Sang as Yoon Il Goo
Jang Young Nam as Yeo Eun Joo
Kim Seung Wook as Coach Choi
Choi Ran as nursing director
No Kyung Joo (노경주) as Oh Jung Hae

Production Credits

Director: Lee Jung Sub
Screenwriter: Kang Eun Kyung

Awards

2011 KBS Drama Awards: Excellence Awards, Actor (Mid-length Drama): Chun Jung Myung
2011 KBS Drama Awards: Excellence Awards, Actress (Mid-length Drama): Park Min Young
2011 KBS Drama Awards: Newcomer Awards, Actor: Lee Jang Woo

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DR. CHAMP

Title: 닥터 챔프 / Dr. Champ
Chinese Title : 冠军医生
Also known as: Doctor Champ
Genre: Romance, sports, medical
Episodes: 16
Broadcast network: SBS
Broadcast period: 2010-Sep-27 to 2010-Nov-16
Air time: Monday & Tuesday 20:55

 

Synopsis

Kim Yeon Woo is an orthopedic doctor who takes up a new post at Taereung National Village, the training center for national Olympic athletes, after she is fired from her previous job. She becomes romantically involved with Park Ji Heon, a young judo athlete, and Lee Do Wook, the short-tempered, crippled director of the facility who is still haunted by the injury that had cut short his speed-skating career. This is further complicated by the presence of the swimming coach, Hee Young, who becomes her rival for the attentions of Do Wook.

Cast

Kim So Yeon as Kim Yeon Woo
Uhm Tae Woong as Lee Do Wook
Jung Gyu Woon as Park Ji Heon
Cha Ye Ryun as Kang Hee Young
Ma Dong Suk as Oh Jung Dae
Jung Suk Won as Yoo Sang Bong
Kim Hyung Bum as Choi Ham Shik
Yum Dong Hyun (염동현) as Jung Ho Chang
Lee Shi Un as Heo Taek Woo
Shin Dong Hee as Kang Woo Ram
Jung Ui Kap as Choi Dae Sub
Moon Hee Kyung as Go Mi Ja (Yeon Woo’s mother)
Heo Joon Suk as Kim Kyung Woo (Yeon Woo’s older brother)
Yoon Bong Gil (윤봉길) as Uhm Dong Ho
Im Sung Kyu (임성규) as Go Bum
Kim Ga Eun (김가은) as Pi Jung Ah
Kang So Ra (강소라) as Kwon Yoo Ri
Seo Hyun Suk (서현석) as Chae Eun Suk
Kim Joon Ho (김준호) as Chang Soo
Kang Ki Hwa as Go Eun Mi
Jo Min Ki as Professor Seo (cameo)
Han Bo Bae as Jo Min Ji (cameo, ep1)
Nam Hyun Hee (남현희) as fencing athlete (cameo)
Yoo Sang Chul (유상철) as youth soccer coach (cameo)
Kim Byung Man as Im Ki Man (cameo)
Min Hyo Rin as nurse (cameo, ep16)
Onew (온유) as doctor (cameo, ep16)
Song Ji Eun

Production Credits

Chief Producer: Oh Se Kang
Producer: Lee Hee Soo (이희수)
Director: Park Hyung Ki
Assistant Director: Nam Tae Jin (남태진)
Screenwriter: No Ji Seol (노지설)

BIRDIE, BUDDY

 

Title:  Birdie Buddy
Genre: Sports, romance
Episodes: 24
Production company: Group Eight
Director: Yoon Sang Ho (The Legend)
Screenwriter: Kwon In Chan
Broadcast network: tvN, every Monday & Tuesday 23:10
Broadcast period: 201-Aug-08
Original writing: Manhwa “Buddy” by Lee Hyun

Synopsis

“Birdie Buddy” tells the story of former pro golfer John Lee and how he leads two women to become the next golf queens. John Lee became the first Korean to win a PGA title. His background was a mystery other than the fact that he was an adoptee. Aside from golf, he also excelled in the Afro-Brazilian dance/martial arts style known as “Capoeira.” Even though he found success by winning the PGA title, John Lee stopped playing golf to become a golf course tester.

Min Hae Ryung was raised to become an elite golf player and was always placed in the best environment to play golf. Her emotions have always been controlled and she has a deep wound inside of her. In contrast, Sung Mi Soo is a country girl from Kangwon Province. She comes from a poor background, but her mom worked as caddie. With her bright personality and determined efforts, she attempts to become an elite golf player.

Cast

Uee as Sung Mi Soo
Jin Ji Hee as Mi Soo (child)
Lee Yong Woo as John Lee
Lee Da Hee as Min Hae Ryung
Yoon Yoo Sun as Jo Kyung Suk (Mi Soo’s mother)
Oh Hyun Kyung as Min Se Hwa (Hae Ryung’s mother)
Yoo In Na as Lee Gong Sook (Mi Soo’s friend)
Park Han Bi (박한비) as Sung Tae Gab (Mi Soo’s brother)
Yang Hee Kyung as Uhm Jung Ran
Kim Jong Jin as Woo Joon Mo
Lee Byung Joon as Sung Kyung Hwan
Yoon Gi Won
Park Sung Woong as Choi Dong Kwan
Kim Jung Hak
Woo Hyun
Han Seung Hyun (한승현) as Ahn Joong Ki
Park Young Rin (박영린) as Park Eun Joo
Choo So Young
Kim Dong Hyun
Samuel Kang (사무엘 강)

Production Credits

Original writing: Manhwa “Buddy” by Lee Hyun Se (이현세)
Production company: Group Eight
Director: Yoon Sang Ho
Sceenwriter: Kwon In Chan (권인찬), Yoo Young Ah (유영아), Bae Jong Byung (배종병)
Producer: Bae Jong Byung (배종병)