My Princess


마이 프린세스

Cast:

  • Song Seung Hun as Park Hae Young
  • Kim Tae Hee as Lee Seol
  • Park Ye Jin as Oh Yoon Joo
  • Ryu Soo Young as Nam Jung Woo

Year: 2010

Episodes: 16 (60 minutes)

Ratings: 16.7% (Seoul);

OST:

  • Because of You by B2st
  • Young Princess (fr. Moon Changmin) – Carl Kanosky
  • Bears by Dalmoon
  • Sunset by Every Single Day
  • Change by Every Single Day
  • Ma Eum by Every Single Day
  • Falling by Every Single Day
  • Wind Blow by Gayoon (4Minute)
  • Oasis by Jiyoon (4Minute)
  • Falling by Lee Sang Eun
  • The Last Song by Lucite Tokki
  • U.F.O by Ok Yohan
  • Kasio by Tar
  • Cherish that person by Yoseob

Story/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.

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The Woman Who Still Wants to Marry


아직도 결혼하고 싶은 여자 / Ajikdo Gyeolhonhago Shipeun Yeoja

Cast:

  • Park Jin Hee as Lee Shin Young
  • Uhm Ji Won as Jung Da Jung
  • Wang Bit Na as Kim Boo Ki
  • Kim Bum as Ha Min Jae
  • Choi Chul Ho as Na Ban Suk
  • Lee Pil Mo as Yoon Sang Woo
  • Park Ji Young as Choi Sang Mi

Year: 2010

Episodes: 16 (60 minutes)

Ratings: around 8%

Theme Song: Confession by Kim Bum

Story/Synopsis:

This drama depicts lives of three women who are closing one chapter of their life and entering the next. Lee Shin Young (Park Jin Hee), Jung Da Jung (Uhm Ji Won) and Kim Boo Ki (Wang Bit Na) are three women in their 30s whose romantic relationships have faltered due to their career ambitions, but find themselves given a chance to make a fresh start.

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Dream High


드림하이

Cast:

  • Kim Soo Hyun as Song Sam Dong
  • Taecyeon (2PM) as Jin Gook
  • Suzy (Miss A) as Go Hye Mi
  • Ham Eun Jung (T-Ara) as Yoon Baek Hee
  • Wooyoung (2PM) as Jason
  • IU as Kim Pil Sook

Year: 2011

Episodes: 16 (60 minutes) + 1 SP

Ratings: 17.3 (Seoul)

Theme song: Dream High by Wooyoung, Taecyeon, Suzy, Joo & Kim Soo Hyun

  • Maybe by Sunhye (Wonder Girls)
  • Someday by IU
  • A Part of this Dream by San E [feat POS]
  • Winter Child by Suzy (Miss A)
  • Don’t Forget (If) by Park Jin Young (JYP)
  • If I Can by Chang Min & Jin Woo (2AM)
  • Don’t Go by Junsu (2PM) & Lim Jeong Hee)
  • Dreaming by Kim Soo Hyun
  • My Valentine by Junsu & Taecyeon (2PM) [feat. Park Jin Young (JYP)]

Story/Synopsis:

Six students at Kirin Art High School work to achieve their dreams of becoming stars.

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Dal Ja’s Spring


달자의 봄 / The Spring of Oh Dal Ja

Cast:

  • Chae Rim as Oh Dal Ja
  • Lee Min Ki as Kang Tae Bong
  • Lee Hyun Woo as Uhm Gi Joong
  • Lee Hye Young as Wee Seon Joo
  • Gong Hyung Jin as Shin Sae Do

Year: 2007

Episodes: 22 (60 mins)

Ratings: 23.3% (Seoul)

OST:

  • Gi Juk Gat Eun Sarang – Lee Kyung Hwa
  • Sweet Lover – Park Hye Kyung
  • To You Mine – Pearl’s Day
  • Choo Uk Eul Yul Da – So Yun
  • Nae Son Eul Jab Ah Jwuh – K-Jun
  • Na Bbeun Sarang – M.R.J (Kang Jae Hyuk)
  • Shim Jang – Eun Young

Story/Synopsis:

Oh Dal-ja is a manager at a home shopping center. She is already 33 years old and is still single. And still waiting for her ‘prince’ to come. She has everything: money, power, and success. The only thing she dreams about is marriage. Then she meets flirty guy, Shin Se-do, who seemed very nice to her. After seeing how he flirts with Wee Seon-joo (and later dumped Dal-ja for her), the beautiful host of the Home Shopping TV show, she seeks revenge. Kang Tae-bong, a guy 6 years younger than her and has a mysterious past, pretends to be her boyfiend and signs a dating contract with her. But then again, who is this Eom Ki-jeong that seemed to be the perfect gentleman? He’s an enterprise representative who’s just so perfect: rich, good-looking, intelligent, and courteous, but recently separated from his wife. Three men, one woman: who will win Oh Dal-ja’s charm?

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The Snow Queen


눈의 여왕 / Noon Eui Yeo Wang

Cast:

  • Hyun Bin as Han Tae Woong/Han Deuk Gu
  • Sung Yu Ri as Kim Bo Ra
  • Im Ju Hwan as Suh Gun Woo
  • Yoo In Young as Lee Seung Ri

Year: 2006-07

Episodes: 16 (60 mins)

OST:

  • Chut Noon Ae – Kang Sung Min
  • Ga Nan Han Nam Ja – Choi Won Joon
  • Grace Love – SAT & IM (Big Tone)
  • Hello – Sogyumo Acacia Band
  • If You Only Knew – Olivia
  • Echo – Loveholic
  • Love is Tearful – Jo Sung Mo

Story/Synopsis:

The drama starts with Han Tae-Woong (Hyun Bin), a quiet, 17 yr-old math genius, entering a prestigious high school. There he meets Kim Jeong-Kyu, also a genius in mathematics. The two immediately develop rivalry and tension, but later become best friends. Through their conversations, we learn that Jeong-Kyu is a big boxing enthusiast. Meanwhile, Tae-Woong stumbles upon a little girl being bullied in the street and saves her. The girl develops a crush on him and gives him her pager so that she can see him again, but they never exchange names or contacts. They promise to meet again soon, but this never happens.

In a highly anticipated International Math Olympiad, Jeong-Kyu fails to fulfill his father’s expectations, and commits suicide in shame. Tae-Woong, who wins the gold medal, struggles from guilt, as he feels like he is partly responsible for Jeong-Kyu’s death. From guilt, Tae-Woong quits school, leaves home, and disappears.

8 years later, Tae Woong, now 25, is a nameless boxer, living a completely different life. He abandoned mathematics and pursued boxing in honor of Jeong-Kyu, but he still bears painful memories of his past. In a chain of events he meets Bo-Ra (Sung Yu Ri), a beautiful, but cold-hearted young lady. She is the daughter of a rich businessman, but has an incurable disease. After a chain of events, Tae Woong is hired as her chauffer. They end up falling in love, but Tae Woong discovers that she was the little girl that he met 8 years ago and that she is Jeong-Kyu’s little sister. Tae-Woong struggles in pain about his relationship with Bo-Ra, and returning memories of Jeong-Kyu.

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