Jumat, 17 Februari 2012

상위16한국어드라마"Top 16 korean drama"

Below there are 16 categories of the best drama korea
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 Title: 49일 / 49 Il / 49 Days
Chinese Title : 49天
Genre: Fantasy, romance
Episodes: 20
Broadcast network: SBS
Broadcast period: 2011-Mar-16 to 2011-May-19
Air time: Wednesday & Thursday 21:55

Synopsis
Shin Ji Hyun was enjoying absolute bliss as she 
was about to marry her fiancé, Kang Min Ho, but
 her perfect life is shattered when she gets into a
 car accident that leaves her in a coma. She is given
 a second chance at life by a reaper, but it comes
 with a condition: she has to find three people 
outside of her family who would cry genuine tears for
 her. In order to do this, she borrows the body of 
Yi Kyung, a part-time employee at a convenience store for 49 days.
Cast
Lee Yo Won as Song Yi Kyung
Nam Gyu Ri as Shin Ji Hyun
Kim Yoo Bin as young Ji Hyun
Jo Hyun Jae as Han Kang
Bae Soo Bin as Kang Min Ho
Jung Il Woo as scheduler / Song Yi Soo
Seo Ji Hye as Shin In Jung

Extended Cast
Choi Jung Woo as Shin Il Shik (Ji Hyun’s father)
Yoo Ji In as Ji Hyun’s mother
Bae Geu Rin as Park Seo Woo
Son Byung Ho as Oh Hae Won
Moon Hee Kyung as Bang Hwa Joon
Kang Sung Min as No Kyung Bin
Yoon Bong Gil (윤봉길) as Cha Jin Young
Kim Ho Chang as Ki Joon Hee
Jin Ye Sol as Ma Soon Jung
Lee Jong Park (이종박) as Go Mi Jin
Ban Hyo Jung as sunbae Scheduler (cameo)
Kim Hyung Bum as another 49-days-traveller (cameo, ep 15)
Jung Da Hye (정다혜) (cameo)

Production Credits
Producer: Choi Moon Suk
Director: Jo Young Kwang (조영광)
Screenwriter: So Hyun Kyung

Awards
2011 SBS Drama Awards: Producers’ Awards, Lee Yo Won
2011 SBS Drama Awards: Top 10 Stars, Lee Yo Won 

 Title: 시티헌터 / Sitihunteo / City Hunter
Chinese Title: 城市猎人
Genre: Action, suspense, romance
Episodes: 20
Broadcast network: SBS
Broadcast period: 2011-May-25 to 2011-July-28
Air time: Wednesday & Thursday 21:55

Synopsis
‘City Hunter’ is an original script based on the world
-famous novel by Japan’s Tsukasa Hojo. Since it became
 public that Korea would be the first remake of this
 story into a drama, ‘City Hunter’ has been receiving
 worldwide attention. ‘City Hunter’ has switched
 the setting from Tokyo 1980 to Seoul 2011, 
and according to the original story structure, the 
protagonist becomes a city hunter and his character
 develops while resolving gratifying cases.
The story takes place in Seoul, 2011. Lee Yoon
 Sung is a talented MIT-graduate who works on the
 international communications team in the Blue House.
 He plans revenge on five politicians who caused
 his father’s death with his surrogate father Lee
 Jin Pyo and eventually becomes a “City Hunter.”
Cast
Main Cast
Lee Min Ho as Lee Yoon Sung / John Lee
Park Min Young as Kim Na Na
Lee Joon Hyuk as Kim Young Joo

City Hunter Clique
Kim Sang Joong as Lee Jin Pyo / Steve Lee
Kim Sang Ho as Bae Shik Joong / Bae Man Deok
Jung Joon as Kim Sang Gook (Jin Pyo’s henchman)

The Blue House
Lee Seung Hyung as Song Young Duk
Baek Seung Hyun as Park Ho Shik
Yang Jin Sung as Shin Eun Ah (bodyguard, Na Na’s friend)
Lee Kwang Soo as Go Ki Joon

Group of Five
Chun Ho Jin as Choi Eung Chan (President)
Choi Il Hwa as Kim Jong Shik (Myung Moon 
University’s president, Young Joo’s father)
Choi Sang Hoon as Seo Yong Hak (Minister of Defence)
Lee Hyo Jung as Lee Kyung Wan (senator)
Choi Jung Woo as Cheon Jae Man

Extended Cast
Hwang Sun Hee as Jin Soo Hee
 (veterinarian, Young Joo’s ex-wife)
Goo Ha Ra as Choi Da Hye (President’s daughter)
Kim Mi Sook as Lee Kyung Hee (Yoon Sung’s mother)
Kim Byung Choon as Jang Woo Hyun
Shin Young Jin (신영진) as Kim Mi Ok
 (investigator, Na Na’s aunt, Young Joo’s subordinate)
Choi Sung Ho as Jang Pil Jae
 (investigator, Young Joo’s subordinate)
Sung Chang Hoon (성창훈) as
 Suk Doo Shik (Cheon Jae Man’s henchman)
Maeng Bong Hak (맹봉학) as Na Na’s father
Park Sang Min as Park Moo Yul (Yoon Sung’s real father) (cameo)
Min Young Won as Min Hee (cameo)
Yoon Ye Hee as Mrs. Yong (First Lady) (cameo)

Production Credits
Original work: Manga by Tsukasa Hojo
Producer: Kim Young Sup
Director: Jin Hyuk
Screenwriter: Hwang Eun Kyung, Choi Soo Jin (최수진)

Awards
2011 SBS Drama Awards: Top Excellence 
Awards, Best Actor (Drama Special): Lee Min Ho
2011 SBS Drama Awards: Netizen Popularity Awards, Actor, Lee Min Ho
2011 SBS Drama Awards: Top 10 Stars, Lee Min Ho
2011 SBS Drama Awards: New Star Awards, Goo Ha Ra

 Title: 꽃미남 라면가게 / Flower Boy Ramyun Shop
Chinese Title: 花美男拉面店
Also known as: Flower Boy Ramen Shop
Genre: Romance, Comedy
Episodes: 16
Broadcast network: tvN
Broadcast period: 2011-Oct-31 to 2011-Dec-20
Air time: Monday & Tuesday 23:00
Related Series: Oh! Boy Series

Synopsis
This romantic comedy deals with “pretty boys,” 
who with good looks and individuality,
 operate a ramen shop with lively college girls and 
experience the happenings of daily life.
Yang Eun Bi is a University student preparing for
 her civil service exam with the dream of being a
 high school teacher. She accidentally encounters
 Cha Chi Soo, an arrogant son of the biggest 
food conglomerate in Korea. Cha Chi Soo looks cool,
 confident and fascinates women with his bright
 smile and pure love. Both of them ends up working
 at a ramen shop runned by the lazy Choi Kang Hyuk.
Cast
Main Cast
Jung Il Woo as Cha Chi Soo
Lee Ki Woo as Choi Kang Hyuk
Lee Chung Ah as Yang Eun Bi

Suppporting Cast
Kim Shin Ah as Kang Dong Joo
Park Min Woo as Kim Ba Wool
Jo Yoon Woo as Woo Hyun Woo
Ho Soo as Yoon So Yi
Joo Hyun as Cha Ok Gyun
Jung In Ki as Yang Chul Dong
Seo Bum Suk a Coach Seo
Song Jae Rim as Hee Gon
Kim Hye Soo as fortuneteller (cameo, ep 1)
Gong Hyo Jin as store owner (cameo, ep 9)

Production Credits
Director: Jung Jung Hwa (정정화)
Screenwriter: Yoon Nan Joong (윤난중)

Note
This Drama is the First project of tvN’s Oh! Boy Series.
 The next drama in this series is Shut Up Flower Boy Band.

Title: 내게 거짓말을 해봐 / Naege Geojitmaleul Haebwa / Lie to Me
Chinese Title : 骗我试试 / 對我說謊看看
Also known as: Try Lying to Me
Previously known as: 달콤한 스캔들 / Sweet Scandal
Genre: Romance, comedy
Episodes: 16
Broadcast network: SBS
Broadcast period: 2011-May-09 to 2011-June-28
Air time: Monday & Tuesday 21:55

Synopsis
Gong Ah Jung, a level 5 Ministry of Culture official, 
gets entangled in a web of lies when she mistakenly
 lies that she’s married to Hyun Ki Joon, a hotel 
manager from an affluent family. Their relationship 
is further complicated when Ki Joon’s ex-fiancée
 and a close friend of his brother’s, Oh Yoon Joo, reappears in his life.
Cast
Yoon Eun Hye as Gong Ah Jung
Kang Ji Hwan as Hyun Ki Joon
Sung Joon as Hyun Sang Hee
Jo Yoon Hee as Oh Yoon Joo
Hong Soo Hyun as Yoo So Ran
Ryu Seung Soo as Chun Jae Bum

Extended Cast
Oh Mi Hee as Hyun Myung Jin
Kwon Se In as Park Hoon
Park Ji Yoon as Manager Park
Kang Shin Il as Gong Joon Ho
Lee Kyung Jin as Shim Ae Kyung
Kwon Hae Hyo as Hwang Suk Bong
Kang Rae Yun as Rae Yeon
Song Ji Eun as Ji Eun
Kim Bo Yun (김보연) as Bo Yeon
Jang Woo Young (장우영) as Kim Yeon Nim
Kim Gyu Jin as Gyu Jin
Ahn Jung Hoon as Manager Ahn
Park Hyo Joon as Hyo Joon
Ja Doo (자두) as Ja Doo
Min Joon Hyun as journalist
Danny Ahn as Ki Joon’s friend (cameo)
Choi Yoon So as arranged marriage partner (cameo)
Baek Seung Hyun as Ah Jung’s blind date (cameo, ep9)
Yoo Ha Na (cameo)

Production Credits
Chief Producer: Jo Nam Kook
Producer: Jo Sung Won (조성원)
Director: Kim Soo Ryong, Kwon Hyuk Chan

Screenwriter: Kim Ye Ri (김예리) 
Title: 매리는 외박중 / Maerineun Oebakjoong / Mary Stayed Out All Night
Chinese Title : 玛丽外宿中
Also Known as : Mary is Out at Night / Marry Me, Mary!
Genre: Romance, comedy
Episodes: 16
Broadcast network: KBS2
Broadcast period: 2010-Nov-08 to 2010-Dec-28
Air time: Monday & Tuesday 21:55

Synopsis
Wi Mae Ri is the cheerful, pragmatic daughter of a
 failed businessman who had grown used to being
 constantly on the move to escape from debtors.
 She becomes fast friends with the free-spirited
 indie singer Kang Moo Kyul when she nearly ran
 him over in a car. Meanwhile, her father Wi Dae 
Han is saved from his debtors by his old friend,
 Jung Suk, who had just returned from considerable
 success in the Japanese entertainment industry.
 Jung Suk, who had harboured a secret love for
 Mae Ri’s mother, sets up a deal with Dae Han to
 have Mae Ri marry his son, Jung In. In her desperate
 to escape this predicament, Mae Ri begs Moo Kyul
 to pose as her husband, and finds herself in even
 more trouble than before when her father proposes a
 100-day period in which she has to divide her time
 equally between Moo Kyul and Jung In,
 after which she has to decide who to marry.
Cast
Moon Geun Young as Wi Mae Ri
Jang Geun Suk as Kang Moo Kyul
Kim Jae Wook as Byun Jung In
Kim Hyo Jin as Seo Joon
Park Joon Gyu as Jung Suk (Jung In’s father)
Park Sang Myun as Wi Dae Han (Mae Ri’s father)
Lee Ah Hyun as Kam So Young (Moo Kyul’s mother)
Shim Yi Young as Director Bang
Lee Sun Ho as Lee An
Kim Min Gyu as Ri No
Geum Ho Suk as Yo Han
Park Chul Hyun as Re Oh
Kim Hae Rim as Ji Hye
Lee Eun as So Ra
Chae Min Hee as Jang PD
Yoon Yoo Sun as Lee Kang-Hyun (writer)

Production Credits
Chief Producer: Jung Sung Hyo
Producer: Han Sang Woo (한상우)
Director: Hong Suk Goo, Kim Young Kyoon (김영균)
Original writing: Won Soo Yeon (원수연)
Screenwriter: In Eun Ah (1-10), Go Bong Hwang (11-16)

Note
- Based on the internet comic
 “Maerineun Uibakjoong” by Won Soo Yeon.
- “Maerineun Uibakjoong” was first published 
online via cartoon.media.daum.net on February
 6, 2009. It was then published as comic book on November 24, 2009
- Won Soo Yeon also wrote the manhwa 
“Full House” which was adapted into
 the 2004 KBS drama “Full House”.
- Writer In Eun Ah left the drama due to the drama’s
 low ratings and discord with the production team.
 She was replaced with Go Bong Hwang 
who took over the script from episode 11.

Awards
- 2010 KBS Drama Awards:
 Netizens’ Award (Jang Geun Suk)
- 2010 KBS Drama Awards: Best Couple
 Award (Moon Geun Young and Jang Geun Suk)


Title: 내 여자친구는 구미호 / My Girlfriend is a Gumiho
Chinese Title : 我女友是九尾狐
Also known as: My Girlfriend is a Nine-Tailed Fox
Genre: Romance, comedy, fantasy
Episodes: 16
Broadcast network: SBS
Broadcast period: 2010-Aug-11 to 2010-Sep-30
Air time: Wednesday & Thursday 21:55

Synopsis
Cha Dae Woong accidentally releases a gumiho, 
a legendary fox with nine tails that eats the livers
 of humans. When he finds out that she is a gumiho,
 he ends up doing crazy things to
 prevent the girl from eating his liver.
Cast
Lee Seung Ki as Cha Tae Woong
Shin Min Ah as Gumiho
No Min Woo as Park Dong Joo
Park Soo Jin as Eun Hye In
Byun Hee Bong as Cha Poong (Dae Woong’s grandfather)
Yoon Yoo Sun as Cha Min Sook (Dae Woong’s aunt)
Sung Dong Il as Ban Doo Hong
Hyo Min as Ban Sun Nyeo
Kim Ho Chang as Kim Byung Soo
?? as Lady Kang
?? as Yoo Tae Joon
Im Hyun Sik as monk (cameo)
Min Joon Hyun (민준현) as policeman (cameo, ep 4)
Lee Soo Geun (이수근) as policeman (cameo, ep 4)
UEE as art student (cameo, ep 5)
Park Shin Hye as Go Mi Nyeo (cameo, ep 6)
Lee Hong Ki as Jeremy (cameo, ep 16)
Kim Ji Young as Samshin grandmother (cameo, ep 16)
Oh Na Mi (cameo)

Production Credits
Director: Boo Sung Chul (부성철)
Screenwriter: Hong Mi Ran, Hong Jung Eun

Awards
- 2010 SBS Drama Awards: Best Actor
 Award – Drama Special (Lee Seung Ki)
- 2010 SBS Drama Awards: Best Actress
 Award – Drama Special (Shin Min Ah)
- 2010 SBS Drama Awards: Best Couple
 Award (Lee Seung Ki and Shin Min Ah) 


 Title: 보스를 지켜라 / Boseureul Jikyeora / Protect the Boss
Chinese Title: 守护老板
Previously known as: 보스가 달라졌어요 The 
Boss Has Changed / 마지막 여비서 The Last Secretary
Genre: Romance, comedy
Episodes: 18
Broadcast network: SBS
Broadcast period: 2011-Aug-03 to 2011-09-29
Air time: Wednesday & Thursday 21:55

Synopsis
No Eun Seol finally gets a job as a secretary at a
 law firm after struggling with unemployment, 
only to fall in love with her boss, Cha Ji Heon, 
the immature youngest son of a chaebol family.
Cast
Choi Kang Hee as No Eun Seol
Ji Sung as Cha Ji Heon
Hero Jaejoong as Cha Moo Won
Wang Ji Hye as Seo Na Yoon
Lee Hee Won as Yang Ha Young
Park Young Kyu as Chairman Cha
Cha Hwa Yun as Shin Sook Hee
Kim Young Ok as Mrs. Song
Ha Jae Sook as Lee Myung Ran
Jung Kyu Soo as No Bong Man
Kim Hyung Bum as Secretary Kim
Kim Ha Kyoon as Secretary Jang
Kim Chung as Hwang Kwan Jang
Kim Seung Wook as Park Sang Moo
Ahn Nae Sang (cameo)
Oh Hyun Kyung (cameo)
Yoon Gi Won (cameo)

Production Credits
Chief Producer: Choi Moon Suk
Producer: Lee Sang Baek (이상백)
Director: Son Jung Hyun
Screenwriter: Kwon Ki Young (권기영)

Awards
2011 SBS Drama Awards: Top Excellence Awards,
 Best Actress (Drama Special): Choi Kang Hee
2011 SBS Drama Awards: Top Excellence 
Awards, Best Actor (Drama Special): Ji Sung
2011 SBS Drama Awards: Best Supporting Awards,
 Actor (Drama Special): Park Young Kyu
2011 SBS Drama Awards: Netizen Popularity
 Awards, Actress, Choi Kang Hee
2011 SBS Drama Awards: Best Couple
 Award, Ji Sung & Choi Kang Hee
 Achievement Award, Kim Young Ok
2011 SBS Drama Awards: Top 10 Stars, Choi Kang Hee
2011 SBS Drama Awards: Top 10 Stars, Ji Sung
2011 SBS Drama Awards: New Star Awards, Wang Ji Hye
2011 SBS Drama Awards: New Star Awards, Kim Jae Joong

 Title: 여인의 향기 / Yeoineui Hyanggi / Scent of A Woman
Chinese Title: 女人的香氣
Genre: Romance, Comedy
Episodes: 16
Broadcast network: SBS
Broadcast period: 2011-July-23 to 2011-Sep-11
Air time: Saturday & Sunday 21:50

Synopsis
A woman, Lee Yeon Jae, is given the grim 
prognosis that she only has a short time left to live. 
She decides to quit her job at a travel
 agency and live her life to the fullest.
Cast
Kim Sun Ah as Lee Yeon Jae
Lee Dong Wook as Kang Ji Wook
Uhm Ki Joon as Chae Eun Suk
Seo Hyo Rim as Im Se Kyung

Extended Cast
Kim Hye Ok as Kim Soon Jung (Yeon Jae’s mother)
Sa Hyun Jin as Yoo Hye Won
Choi Jung Hoon as Oh Sang Mok
Lee Jung Gil as Kang Chul Man (Ji Wook’s father)
Park Jung Sun (박정선) as Park Sang Woo
Kim Kwang Gyu as Yoon Bong Kil
Shin Jung Geun as Noh Sang Shik
Son Sung Yoon as Nam Na Ri
Nam Gung Won as Im Joong Hee (Se Kyung’s father)
Jung Dong Hwan as Kim Dong Myung
Shin Ji Soo as Yang Hee Joo
Cha Ji Yun (차지연) as Cha Ji Yeon
Kwon Oh Joong as ex-boyfriend, cameo
Xiah Junsu as himself, cameo
Lee Won Jong as the pianist

Production Credits
Director: Park Hyung Ki
Screenwriter: No Ji Seol (노지설)

Awards
2011 SBS Drama Awards: Top Excellence Awards,
 Best Actress (Soap Opera), Kim Sun Ah
2011 SBS Drama Awards: Top Excellence Awards,
 Best Actor (Soap Opera), Lee Dong Wook
2011 SBS Drama Awards: Excellence 
Awards, Actor (Soap Opera): Uhm Ki Joon
2011 SBS Drama Awards: Best Supporting
 Awards, Actress (Soap Opera): Kim Hye Ok
2011 SBS Drama Awards: Top 10 Stars, Kim Sun Ah
2011 SBS Drama Awards: Top 10 Stars, Lee Dong Wook
2011 SBS Drama Awards: New Star Awards, Seo Hyo Rim

 Title: 공주의 남자 / Gongjooeui Namja / The Princess’ Man
Chinese Title: 公主的男人
Genre: Period, romance
Episodes: 24
Broadcast network: KBS2
Broadcast period: 2011-July-20 to 2011-Oct-06
Air time: Wednesday & Thursday 21:55

Synopsis
A tragic love story between the daughter
 of Prince Suyang and grandson of Kim Jong Seo.
Cast
Moon Chae Won as Lee Se Ryung
Park Shi Hoo as Kim Seung Yoo
Song Jong Ho as Shin Myun
Hong Soo Hyun as Princess Kyung Hye
Lee Soon Jae as Kim Jong Seo
Kim Young Chul as Prince Suyang (later King Sejo)
Lee Min Woo as Jungjong

Extended Cast
Uhm Hyo Sup as Lee Kye
Lee Joo Suk as Prince Anpyung
Heo Jung Kyu (허정규) as Kim Seung Gyu
Ga Deuk Hi as Lady Ryu
Kim Yoo Bin as Kim Ah Kang
Kim Seo Ra as Lady Yoon
Yoo Ha Joon as Im Woon
Jung Dong Hwan as Munjong
No Tae Yub (노태엽) as Danjong
Min Ji as Yeo Ri
Ban So Young as Eun Geum
Seo Hye Jin as Lee Se Jung
Kwon Hyun Sang as Lee Soong
Lee Hyo Jung as Shin Sook Joo
Lee Dae Yeon as Kwon Ram
Yoon Seung Won as Ohn Nyeong Goon
Kwon Tae Won as Min Shin
Kim Ik Tae as Jo Geuk Gwan
Kim Young Bae as Jun Gyoon
Lee Hee Do as Han Myung Hwa
Kim Roe Ha as Jo Suk Joo
Yoon Jong Hwa as Jun Noh Kyul
Choi Moo Sung (최무성) as Ham Gwi
Jung Geun (정근) as Mak Son
Lee El as Mae Hyang
Hong Il Kwon as Prince Geum Sung
Choo So Young as Cho Hee
Choi Han Bit (최한빛) as Moo Young
Lee Seul Bi as So Aeng
Lee Hee Joon as Gong Chil Goo

Production Credits
Director: Kim Jung Min
Screenwriter: Jo Jung Joo (조정주)

Awards
2011 KBS Drama Awards: Top Excellence
 Awards, Best Actor (Park Shi Hoo)
2011 KBS Drama Awards: Top Excellence
 Awards, Best Actress (Moon Chae Won)
Popularity Award (Park Si Hoo)
 Popularity Award (Moon Chae Won)
2011 KBS Drama Awards: Best Couple 
Awards (Park Si Hoo & Moon Chae Won)
2011 KBS Drama Awards: Best Couple 
Awards (Lee Min Woo & Hong Soo Hyun)
2011 KBS Drama Awards: Excellence Awards,
 Actress (Mid-length Drama, Hong Soo Hyun)

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
Seo Bum Suk as Lee Hyun Soo
Oh Won Bin as guitarist of The Stupid
Song Se Hyun as bassist 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

Title for Each Episode
Episode 1 : An Unexpected Meeting With You
Episode 2 : That is My World
Episode 3 : Champion
Episode 4 : Towards Tomorrow
Episode 5 : Confession
Episode 6 : With The Thought That It Must Be Forgotten
Episode 7 : Like This… Will Be Forgotten
Episode 8 : My Love, Cry Baby
Episode 9 : High Speed Romance
Episode 10 : Little By Little, Slowly Stepping Towards You
Episode 11 : That Place, That Time
Episode 12 : Don’t Cry
Episode 13 : Fly High
Episode 14 : Smile, You
Episode 15 : Let Your Dreams Soar


Title: 파스타 / Pasta
Chinese Title : 義大利麵
Genre: Romance
Episodes: 20
Broadcast Network: MBC
Broadcast period: 2010-Jan-04 to 2010-March-09
Air time: Mondays & Tuesdays 21:55

Synopsis
“Pasta” covers the dreams and success of a young
 woman who aspires to become
 an elite chef at La Sfera restaurant.
Seo Yoo Kyung started her career as a kitchen 
assistant at La Sfera restaurant. She 
eventually works her way up to become a chef.
Choi Hyun Wook is the top chef at La Sfera restaurant.
 He studied the culinary arts in Italy and started
 out as a chef assistant at a hotel in Sicily. Hyun
 Wook eventually worked his way up to become
 the most widely recognized Italian chef in Korea.
Cast
Gong Hyo Jin as Seo Yoo Kyung
Lee Sun Gyun as Choi Hyun Wook
Lee Ha Nui as Oh Sae Young
Alex as Kim San

Korean trained cooks
Lee Hyung Chul as Geum Suk Ho
Jo Sang Ki as Jung Ho Nam
Baek Bong Ki as Min Seung Jae
Heo Tae Hee as Han Sang Sik

Italian trained cooks
Kim Tae Ho as Sun Woo Duk
No Min Woo as Philip
Hyun Woo as Lee Ji Hoon

Female cooks
Ha Jae Sook as Lee Hee Joo
Son Sung Yoon as Park Chan Hee
Jung Da Hye as Park Mi Hee

Other people
Lee Sung Min as Seol Joon Suk (La Sfera CEO)
Choi Min Sung as Ne Mo (head waiter)
Byun Jung Soo as Kim Kang (Kim San’s sister)
Choi Jae Hwan as Jung Eun Soo (new kitchen assistant)
Yoon Yong Hyun as Kwang Tae
Jang Yong as Seo Jong Gyu (Yoo Kyung’s father)
Kim Dong Hee as Seo Yoo Shik (Yoo Kyung’s brother)
Song Ok Sook as Yoo Kyung’s mother
Ryu Seung Bum (cameo, ep9)

Production Credits
Director: Kwan Seok Jang (권석장)
Screenwriter: Seo Sook Hyang (서숙향)

Awards
- 2010 MBC Drama Awards: 
Top Excellence Award, Actress (Gong Hyo Jin)
- 2010 MBC Drama Awards: Best Couple Award
 (Lee Sun Gyun and Gong Hyo Jin)


Title: 마이 프린세스 / My Princess
Chinese Title : 我的公主
Genre: Romance, Comedy
Episodes: 16
Broadcast network: MBC
Broadcast period: 2011-Jan-05 to 2011-Feb-24
Air time: Wednesday & Thursday 21:55

Synopsis
An ordinary college student, Lee Seol, finds out
 she’s a princess. The grandson of Daehan Group,
 Park Hae Young, is put in charge of educating Seol
 on proper etiquette. However, Hae Young is put
 in a precarious situation when he finds himself
 drawn to Seol, the girl who will take away his
 inheritance if the monarchy is restored.
Cast
Song Seung Hun as Park Hae Young
Choi Won Hong as young Hae Young
Kim Tae Hee as Lee Seol
Jun Min Seo as young Seol
Park Ye Jin as Oh Yoon Joo
Ryu Soo Young as Nam Jung Woo
Lee Soon Jae as President Park Dong Jae
Maeng Sang Hoon as Oh Ki Taek
Kang Ye Sol as Lee Dan
Im Ye Jin as Kim Da Bok
Lee Ki Kwang as Geon Lee
Son Sung Yoon as Shin Mi So
Hwang Young Hee (황영희) as Hong In Ae
Lee Sung Min as Lee Young Chan
Lee Dae Yeon as So Sun Woo
Choi Yoo Hwa as Kang Sun Ah
Baek Bong Ki as Bong Jae (Park Dong Jae’s henchman)
Heo Tae Hee as Bo Jwa Gwan
Chu Hun Yub as Yoo Ki Kwang
Min Joon Hyun as Ki Ja
Park Hyuk Kwon as Lee Han
Park Jung Woo as Park Hae Young’s father
Ahn Nae Sang as Emperor Sunjong (cameo)
Jo Sung Ha as Park Dong Jae’s father (cameo)
Cha Hwa Yun as fashion designer (cameo)
Jung Suk Yong as priest (cameo, ep 4)
Joo Sang Wook as Hyun Woo (cameo, ep 9)

Production Credits
Director: Kwon Suk Jang
Screenwriter: Jang Young Shil (장영실)

Awards
2011 MBC Drama Awards: Newcomers Awards 
(Mini Series), Best New Actor (Lee Ki Kwang)

Title: 포세이돈 / Poseidon
Chinese Title: 海神号/波塞冬
Also Known as: Coast Guard Investigation 9 (CGI9)
Genre: Action, romance
Episodes: 16
Broadcast network: KBS2
Broadcast period: 2011-Sep-19 to 2011-Nov-08
Air time: Monday & Tuesday 21:55

Synopsis
This drama is the story of the members life savers 
of the coast guard. The drama is based on the
 special duties of the Korean Coast Guard officers
 (rescues, terrorism threats, and other special 
missions) and also their obstacle in life and love. 
The drama takes its name from the Poseidon Team,
 a special forces unit of the Marines. Using the
 strong bonds of humanity as a basis, and through
 the challenges faced by the protagonists and their
 spirit of self-sacrifice, the drama movingly shows
 the significance of life and the stories of 
how people overcome obstacles in life.
Kim Sun Woo, who spent his school days as a troublemaker,
 decides to make a change in his life and joins the 
sea special attack team, which is called Poseidon
. Sun Woo works as a promising commando, but he
 unexpectedly becomes entangled in an unsavory
 incident after 2 years. He is demoted and is sent
 to a maritime police office in Gunsan city. Sun Woo’s
 passion cools down and he slowly loses his vision
 as a maritime policeman. Then one day, Jung Ryul, 
who has formed a new crime investigation section
 in Incheon city, visits Sun Woo and asks him to join the team.
Cast
Choi Si Won as Kim Sun Woo
Lee Si Young as Lee Soo Yoon
Lee Sung Jae as Kwon Jung Ryul
Han Jung Soo as Oh Min Hyuk
Jung Woon Taek as Lee Choong Shik
Kil Yong Woo as Oh Yong Gap
Jang Dong Jik as Kang Joo Min
U Know Yunho as Kang Eun Cheul
Im Ki Hyuk (임기혁) as Kim Sang Soo
Kim Tae Hyung (김태형) as Woo Hyun Tae
Jin Hee Kyung as Hyun Hye Jung
Lee Dong Shin as Kwon Chang Bum
Choi Jung Woo as Han Sang Goon
Lee Byung Joon as Superintendent Gu
Son Jong Bum as Captain Oh
Park Sung Kwang (박성광) as Kim Dae Sung
Lee Sang Hoon (이상훈) as Lee Won Tak
Kim Joon Bae (김준배) as Jung Duk Soo
Jang Won Young as Ahn Dong Chool
Park Won Sook as Uhm Hee Sook
Choi Ran as Young Ran
Kim Soo Hyun (김수현) as Kwon Ha Na
Lee Joo Shil as Cha Myung Joo
Im Seung Dae as Kim Joo Hyung
Lee Han Sol as Chang Kil
Moon Jun Young as Cha Hyun Seung
Cha Ki Joo (차기주) as Moo Young
Jang Yong as Yoo Young Kook
Jun Mi Sun as Park Min Jung (cameo)
Kim Sun Kyung as Go Na Kyung (cameo)
Jung Ho Bin as Jung Do Young (cameo)
Jung Joo Ri (cameo)

Production Credits
Chief Producer: Kwak Ki Won
Producer: Moon Jung Kwang (문성광), Lee So Yeon
Director: Yoo Chul Yong, Oh Sang Won (오상원)
Screenwriter: Jo Kyu Won (조규원)

Trivia
This Drama was original casting by Eric Moon Jeong
 Hyuk, Kim Kang Woo, Kim Ok Bin and Jeon Hye Bin
, but they all left after the filming of drama was 
repetitively delayed since 2010, due to Bombardment
 of Yeonpyeong incident and bad weather. 

Title: 미남이시네요 / You’re Beautiful
Chinese Title : 原来是美男啊
Also known as: You’re Handsome / A.N.JELL / He’s Beautiful
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
UEE as Yoo He Yi

Extended cast
Bae Geu Rin as Sa Yu Ri (Fan club president)
Kim In Kwon as Ma Hoon Yi (Mi Nam’s manager)
Jung Chan as President Ahn
Choi Soo Eun as Wang Kko Di
Kim Sung Ryung as Mo Hwa Ran
Choi Ran as Choi Mi Ja (Mi Nam & Mi Nyu’s aunt)
Ha Dae Ro as staff
Kim Dong Yun as Dong Joon
Jang Won Young as Mr Kim (photographer, Nara Daily News)
Kim Ho Chang as dancer
Yoo Seung Ho as convenient store customer (cameo, ep9)
Yoon Gi Won as tractor driver (cameo)
Choi Dae Sung as CF director (cameo)
Lee Joo Yeon as Before School member (cameo)
Yoo So Young as Before School member (cameo)

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

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


 Title: 시크릿 가든 / Sikeurit Gadeun / Secret Garden
Chinese Title : 秘密花园
Genre: Romance, comedy, fantasy, melodrama
Episodes: 20 + 1 Special
Broadcast network: SBS
Broadcast period: 2010-Nov-13 to 2011-Jan-22
Air time: Saturday & Sunday 21:45

Synopsis
The drama tells the story of Kim Joo Won (Hyun Bin),
 an arrogant and eccentric CEO who maintains the
 image of seeming perfection, and Gil Ra Im
 (Ha Ji Won), a poor and humble stuntwoman
 whose beauty and body are the object of envy amongst
 top actresses. Their accidental meeting,
 when Joo Won mistakes Ra Im for actress Park
 Chae Rin, marks the beginning of a tense, 
bickering relationship, through which Joo Won tries
 to hide a growing attraction to Ra Im that both
 confuses and disturbs him. To complicate matters
 further, a strange sequence of
 events results in them swapping bodies.
Cast
Hyun Bin as Kim Joo Won
Ha Ji Won as Gil Ra Im
Yoon Sang Hyun as Choi Woo Young/Oska (Joo Won’s cousin)
Kim Sa Rang as Yoon Seul
Lee Philip as Im Jong Soo
Lee Jong Suk as Han Tae Ssun
Yoo In Na as Im Ah Young
Kim Ji Sook as Moon Yeon Hong
Park Joon Geum as Moon Boon Hong
Kim Sung Oh as Kim Sung Woo (Joo Won’s secretary)
Choi Yoon So as Kim Hee Won (Joo Won’s sister)
Kim Sung Kyum as Moon Chang Soo
Lee Byung Joon as Park Bong Ho
Sung Byung Sook as Park Bong Hee
Yoon Gi Won as Choi Dong Kyu
Yoo Seo Jin as Lee Ji Hyun
Kim Gun as Yoo Jong Heon
Baek Seung Hee as Park Chae Rin
Jang Seo Won as Hwang Jung Hwan
Kim Dong Gyoon as director
Kim Mi Kyung as guest house ahjumma
Song Yoon Ah as herself (cameo)
Lee Joon Hyuk as himself (cameo)
Beige (베이지) (cameo)
Baek Ji Young as herself (cameo, ep 13)
Han Ye Won as Cherry (cameo, ep 15)
Son Ye Jin as herself (cameo, ep 20)

Production Credits
Producer: Oh Se Kang
Director: Shin Woo Chul, Kwon Hyuk Chan
Screenwriter: Kim Eun Sook

Awards
2011 Korea Drama Festival Awards: Daesang
2010 SBS Drama Awards: Top Excellence
 Award, Actor – Drama Special (Hyun Bin)
2010 SBS Drama Awards: Top Excellence
 Award, Actress – Drama Special (Ha Ji Won)
2010 SBS Drama Awards:
 Netizen Popularity Award – Drama
2010 SBS Drama Awards: Netizen 
Popularity Award (Hyun Bin and Ha Ji Won)
2010 SBS Drama Awards:
 Best Couple Award (Hyun Bin and Ha Ji Won)

Title: 드림하이 / Dream High (Season 1)
Chinese Title: 星梦高飞 / 追梦高中
Genre: School, musical, comedy, romance
Episodes: 16 + 1 Special
Broadcast network: KBS2
Broadcast period: 2011-Jan-03 to 2011-March-01
Air time: Monday & Tuesday 21:55
Related Series: Dream High Series

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
Bae Suzy as Go Hye Mi
Kim Soo Hyun as Song Sam Dong
Taecyeon as Jin Gook / Hyun Shi Hyuk
Ham Eun Jung as Yoon Baek Hee
Jang Woo Young as Jason
IU as Kim Pil Sook

Extended cast
Ahn Kil Kang as Ma Doo Shik
Ahn Sun Young as Kang Oh Sun (Oh Hyuk’s older sister)
Ahn Seo Hyun as Go Hye Sung (Hye Mi’s little sister)
Park Eun Bin as 16 year old Hye Sung (ep 16)
Lee Hye Sook as Song Nam Boon (Sam Dong’s mother)
Choi Il Hwa as Hyun Moo Jin (Jin Gook’s father)
Park Hyuk Kwon as Go Byung Jik (Hye Mi’s father)
Park Hwi Soon as Jin Gook’s roommate (ep 1,2,5)

Cameos
Jo Soo Mi (조수미) as herself (ep 1)
Kim Hyun Joong as himself (ep 1)
Nichkhun as Ri Ah’s CF partner (ep 8)
Hwang Chan Sung as Oh Sun’s imaginary boy (ep 12)
Lee Teuk as himself (ep 13)
Eun Hyuk as himself (ep 13)
Miss A as flash mob dancers (ep 16)
2AM as flash mob dancers (ep 16)
Dal Shabet as Baek Hee’s Kirin students (ep 16)

Kirin’s Teachers
Uhm Ki Joon as Kang Oh Hyuk
Lee Yoon Ji as Shi Kyung Jin
Park Jin Young as Yang Jin Man (English teacher)
Lee Byung Joon as Shi Bum Soo (Principal)
Lee Yoon Mi as Maeng Seung Hee
Baek Won Kil (백원길) as Gong Min Chul
Bae Yong Joon as Jung Ha Myung (President) (ep 1-4)
Joo Young Hoon (주영훈) as composing teacher (ep 11)

Kirin’s Students
Jun Ah Min as Jo In Sung (Jin Gook’s friend)
Jung Min Joo as Jung Ah Jung
Han Ji Hoo as Park Do Joon (sunbae)
Yoon Young Ah as Lee Ri Ah
Park Jin Sang (박진상) as Jun Tae San (sunbae)
Kim Bo Reum as Ha So Hyun (sunbae)

Production Credits
Production Companies: KeyEast, JYPE, and CJ Media
Producer: Bae Yong Joon, Park Jin Young
Screenwriter: Park Hye Ryun (박혜련)
Director: Lee Eung Bok

Note
- Cast members that are actual pop stars include 
TaecYeon & Wooyoung from “2PM”, Bae Suzy from
 “Miss A”, Eun Jung from “T-ARA” and IU who is a female solo singer.
- A free mini concert was held on February 24th,
 2011 at the Goyang Aram Nuri Arts Center in Goyang, 
South Korea. The free concert was filmed for the 
final episode (Episode 16). Performers scheduled
 to appear at the free concert are Park Jin-Young, 
Bae Suji, Kim Soo-Hyun, TaecYeon, Eun Jung, IU. 
Singer Kim Tae-Woo & comedian Park 
Kyung-Rim will host the free mini concert.

Awards
2011 KBS Drama Awards: Best Couple
 Awards (Kim Soo Hyun & Bae Suzy)
2011 KBS Drama Awards: Best Supporting Awards (Lee Yoon Ji)
2011 KBS Drama Awards: Newcomer Awards (Kim Soo Hyun)
2011 KBS Drama Awards: Newcomer Awards (Bae Suzy)
2011 KBS Drama Awards: Popularity Award (Kim Soo Hyun)



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