Monday, November 14, 2011

The Musical (SBS Drama 2011)

Title: 더 뮤지컬 / The Musical
Genre: Musical
Episodes: 16
Broadcast network: SBS
Broadcast period: 2011-Sep-02 to 2011-Dec-16
Air time: Friday 22:00

Musical drama about the dreams and love of musical actors.
Koo Hye Sun, Daniel Choi, and Ock Joo Hyun form the love triangle at the center of The Musical, which follows the lives and dreams of aspiring musical stars.

Koo Hye Sun as Go Eun Bi
Choi Daniel as Hong Jay
Park Ki Woong as Yoo Jin
Ock Joo Hyun as Bae Gang Hee
Park Kyung Rim
Choo So Young
Cha Kwang Soo
Ki Eun Se as Ra Gyung
Kim Hyun Sung
Jung Tae

Production Credits
Director: Kim Kyung Yong (김경용)
Screenwriter: Kim Hee Jae

Trailer& OST

Saturday, September 17, 2011

Full House (KBS2 Drama 2004)

Trailer here

Title: 풀하우스 / Pool Ha-woo-seu / Full House
Genre: Romance, Comedy
Episodes: 16
Broadcast network: KBS2
Broadcast period: 2004-Jul-14 to 2004-Sep-02
Han Ji Eun is a naive writer who got swindled out of everything she owned including her house by her best friends. Stranded in China, She managed to borrow money from an actor Lee Young Jae to return to Korea. On her return, she found out that her house was bought by Lee Young Jae. In an attempt to get her possessions back, she entered in a contract marriage with Young Jae for one year. In spite of losing all, Ji Eun manages to be cheerful and takes things in strike and the business relationship between the two becomes personal as they start to rely and care for each other. Based on a popular manhwa of the same title.

Bi as Lee Young Jae
Song Hye Kyo as Han Ji Eun
Han Eun Jung as Kang Hye Won
Kim Sung Soo as Yoo Min Hyuk
Jang Yong as Mr. Lee (Young-jae’s Father)
Sun Woo Eun Sook as Ms. Kim (Young-jae’s Mother)
Kim Ji Young as Young-jae’s Grandmother
Do Han as Dong Wook
Lee Young Eun as Hee Jin
Kang Do Han as Lee Dong Wook (Hee Jin boyfriend)
Im Ye Jin as Dae Pyo 

Production Credits
Chief Producer: Kim Jong Sik
Producer: Jung Sung Hyo
Director: Pyo Min Su
Writer: Min Hyo Jeong 

2004 KBS Drama Awards : Best Couple Award for Bi and Song Hye Kyo 

Watch Online / Trailer

Full Episode

Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Goong (MBC Drama 2006) - eng sub.

Title: 궁 (宮) / Goong (Gung)
Also known as: Palace / Princess Hours (MBC Global Media) / Imperial Household
Genre: Romance, Comedy
Episodes: 24
Broadcast network: MBC
Broadcast period: 2006-Jan-11 to 2006-Mar-30
Songs: “Perhaps Love” by HowL & J. , “You & I Are Fools” by Stay, “Parrot” by HowL
Inserts “Ice Pond”, “Give Me A little Try” by Leigh Nash

Goong is a story about young love in face of tradition, politics, and intrigue. In the imaginary world, modern-day Korea is a constitutional monarchy and the Royal Family lives in a grand Palace, the Goong. Story opens with the sudden death of the reigning the King. Faced with the decreasing popularity among the public for the Royalty, a grand wedding for the Crown Prince, Lee Shin, is decided to be the best publicity move to improve the image of the Royalty and at the same time prepare Shin for immediate succession. The intended bride? The headstrong, awkward, and sweet spirited Shin Chae Kyung that just happens to go to the same exclusive art school. Chae Kyung was betrothed to become the next Crown Princess by her grandfather and Shin’s grandfather.
After 14 years of living in England with his mom, Lee Yul appears all of a sudden. He is Shin’s cousin as well as the former Crown Prince. Everything seemed to be going normally until Chae Kyung’s optimistic spirit wins the heart of internally lonely, Yul. As the Crown Prince Shin and simple-minded Chae Kyung’s relationship appear to developing deeper feelings, a series of scandals are exposed to the public right after the pair were officially announced married. Will love prevail all in a world of political pressures and martial hardships? Or will being in the spotlight of the public be too much for the young newlyweds to endure?

Main cast
Yoon Eun Hye as Shin Chae Kyung
Joo Ji Hoon as Lee Shin
Kim Jeong Hoon as Lee Yul Song Ji Hyo as Min Hyo Rin

Chae Kyung’s family
Im Ye Jin as Chae Kyung’s mother
Kang Nam Gil as Chae Kyung’s father
Kim Suk as Shin Chae Joon (younger brother)

Shin’s friends
Choi Sung Joon as Kang In
Lee Yong Joo as Jang Kyung
Uhm Sung Mo as Ryu Wan

Chae kyung’s friends
Jun Ji Ae as Lee Kang Hyun
Lee Eun as Kim Soon Young
Dan Ji as Yoon Hee Soong

Kim Hye Ja as the Queen Mother
Yoon Yoo Sun as the Queen
Park Chan Hwan as the King
Lee Yoon Ji as Princess Hye Myung (Shin’s sister)
Shim Hye Jin as Lady Hwa Yong (Yul’s mother)
Choi Bool Am as Emperor Seongjo

Production Credits
Original Work: Manhwa 「궁」 by Park So-hee
Production Company: Eight Peaks
Director: Hwang In Roe
Writer: In Eun Ah

- 1st Seoul Drama Awards: Best Art Director
- 42nd Baeksang Awards: nominated for Best New Actor (Joo Ji Hoon) and Best New Actress (Yoon Eun Hye)
- 2006 MBC Drama Awards: won New Actor Award (Joo Ji Hoon) and New Actress Award (Yoon Eun Hye)

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Thursday, September 1, 2011

Secret Garden (SBS Drama 2010) - engl&rom sub.

Trailer here

Title: 시크릿 가든 / Secret Garden
Genre: Melodrama, fantasy, romance
Episodes: 20
Broadcast network: SBS
Broadcast period: 2010-Nov-13 to TBA

The drama tells the story of Kim Joo Won (Hyun Bin), a seemingly perfect man who hides an arrogant and eccentric side, and Gil Ra Im (Ha Ji Won), a stuntwoman whose beau$y a.d bdy are the bject o envy amongt tp !ctrsse. One day they went deep into the mountains and entered a strange house, where a strange grandmother offered them chocolate to eat. The next day, they found themselves in the other’s body.

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 (김성오) 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
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)
Kang Chan Yang (강찬양)
Jang Seo Won (장서원)
Kim Sung Hoon

Production Credits

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


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) 

Watch online /
Episode 1 

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