Most Popular Korean Dramas

Boys Over Flowers

 

Title: 꽃보다 남자 / Boys Before Flowers
Also known as: Boys Over Flowers
Chinese Title : 花样男子
Japanese Title : 花より男子 / Hana Yori Dango
Genre: Romance, comedy
Episodes: 25
Broadcast network: KBS2
Broadcast period: 2009-Jan-05 to 2009-Mar-31
Air time: Monday & Tuesday 21:55

Synopsis

Jan Di is an average girl whose family owns a dry cleaning store located near the luxurious and well known Shin Hwa College. Jan Di meets the four richest and most spoiled boys known as the F4. After saving a boy from jumping off the roof of Shinhwa High School, she is admitted into the school on a swimming scholarship. Jan Di tries to avoid confrontation with the F4 at all cost because she knows what happens to those that stand against them. However, when Jan Di’s friend, Oh Min Ji, accidentally gets ice cream on the leader of the F4′s shoes, she’s forced to declare war on the leader of the F4, Goo Joon Pyo.

Cast

Koo Hye Sun as Geum Jan Di aka Makino Tsukushi

F4

Lee Min Ho as Goo Joon Pyo aka Domyoji Tsukasa
Kim Hyun Joong as Yoon Ji Hoo aka Hanazawa Rui
Kim Bum as So Yi Jung aka Nishikado Sojiro
Kim Joon as Song Woo Bin aka Mimasaka Akira

Extended Cast

s Chu Ga Eul (Jan Di’s best friend)
Goo Joon Hee (Joon Pyo’s elder sister)
Kang Hee Soo (Joon Pyo’s mother)
Geum Il Bong (Jan Di’s father)
Na Gong Joo (Jan Di’s mother)
Geum Kang San (Jan Di’s younger brother)
Min Seo Hyun (F4′s best friend/Ji Hoo’s ex girl friend)
Ha Jae Kyung (JK Group’s CEO’s daughter and Jun Pyo’s fiancee)
Yoon Seok Young (Ji Hoo’s grandfather)
Jung Sang Rok (Kang Hee Soo’s Chief Secretary)
Oh Min Ji
Choi Jin Hee / Ginger
Park Sun Ja / Sunny
Lee Mi Sook / Miranda
Bom Chun Sik (Jan Di and Ga Eul’s boss)
Song Suk Ho as Butler Lee
Head Maid
s So Yi Hyun (Yi Jung’s older brother)
Cha Eun Jae (Yi Jung’s first love)
Jang Yoo Mi
So Hyun Sub (Yi Jung’s father)
Lee Min Ha / Min Jae Ha (fashion model)
Kim Hyung Joon as himself (cameo, ep4)
himself (cameo, ep4)
himself (cameo, ep4)
Host Q (the guy who drugged Jan Di’s drink, ep4)
Gong Soo Pyo (Ga Eul’s boyfriend, ep9-10)
(Cell phone event MC, ep10)
radiologist (cameo, ep13)
Hai Ming (하이밍) as Ming (Ji Hoo’s friend, ep14-15)
Lee Suk Goo (이석구) as (Shinhwa’s high school principal)
Jo Soo Bin as announcer
tied-up student (cameo)

Production Credits

Original Work: Manga Hana Yori Dango by Kamio Yoko
Production Company: Group Eight
Director: Jun Ki Sang
Screenwriter: Yoon Ji Ryun

Awards

– 2009 14th Asian Television Awards: Nominated for Best Drama Series, Best Drama Performance by an Actor (Lee Min Ho), Best Drama Performance by an Actress (Koo Hye Sun)
– 2009 Seoul International Drama Awards: Most Popular Actor (Kim Hyun Joong)
– 2009 45th Baeksang Awards: Best New TV Actor (Lee Min Ho)
– 2009 45th Baeksang Awards: Most Popular TV Actor (Kim Hyun Joong)

 

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City Hunter


 

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 Yoon Sung / John Lee
Kim Na Na
Kim Young Joo

City Hunter Clique

Lee Jin Pyo / Steve Lee
Bae Shik Joong / Bae Man Deok
Kim Sang Gook (Jin Pyo’s henchman)

The Blue House

Song Young Duk
Park Ho Shik
Shin Eun Ah (bodyguard, Na Na’s friend)
Go Ki Joon

Group of Five

Choi Eung Chan (President)
Kim Jong Shik (Myung Moon University’s president, Young Joo’s father)
Lee Kyung Wan (senator)
Cheon Jae Man

 

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

 

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Heartstrings

 

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

Lee Shin
Lee Kyu Won
Kim Suk Hyun
Jung Yoon Soo
Han Hee Joo
Yeo Joon
Hyun Ki Young
Cha Bo Woon

Extended Cast

Im Tae Joon
s Goo Jung Eun
Yoon Soo Myung
Lee Dong Jin
Lee Sun Ki
Song Ji Young
Lee Jung Hyun
Professor Hong
Lee Hyun Soo
guitarist of The Stupid
s 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
Source: TNS Media Korea

Awards

2012 48th Baeksang Arts Awards: Popularity Award, Actress: Park Shin Hye (You’ve Fallen For Me)

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Lie to me

 

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

Gong Ah Jung
Hyun Ki Joon
Hyun Sang Hee
Oh Yoon Joo
Yoo So Ran
Chun Jae Bum

Extended Cast

Hyun Myung Jin
Park Hoon
Manager Park
Gong Joon Ho
Shim Ae Kyung
Hwang Suk Bong
Rae Yeon
Ji Eun
Kim Bo Yun (김보연) as Bo Yeon
Jang Woo Young (장우영) as Kim Yeon Nim
Gyu Jin
Manager Ahn
Hyo Joon
Ja Doo (자두) as Ja Doo
journalist
Ki Joon’s friend (cameo)
arranged marriage partner (cameo)
Ah Jung’s blind date (cameo, ep9)
Production Credits

Chief Producer: Jo Nam Kook
Producer: Jo Sung Won (조성원)
Director: Kim Soo Ryong, Kwon Hyuk Chan
Screenwriter: Kim Ye Ri (김예리)
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My Girlfriend is a Gumiho

 

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

Cha Tae Woong
Cha Tae Woong (child)
Gumiho
Park Dong Joo
as Eun Hye In
Cha Poong (Dae Woong’s grandfather)
Cha Min Sook (Dae Woong’s aunt)
Ban Doo Hong
Ban Sun Nyeo
Kim Byung Soo
?? as Lady Kang
?? as Yoo Tae Joon
monk (cameo)
(민준현) as policeman (cameo, ep 4)
Lee Soo Geun (이수근) as policeman (cameo, ep 4)
as art student (cameo, ep 5)
as Go Mi Nyeo (cameo, ep 6)
as Jeremy (cameo, ep 16)
as Samshin grandmother (cameo, ep 16)

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)

 

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Dream High

 

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

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

Go Hye Mi
Song Sam Dong
Jin Gook / Hyun Shi Hyuk
Yoon Baek Hee
Jason
as Kim Pil Sook

Extended cast

Ma Doo Shik
Kang Oh Sun (Oh Hyuk’s older sister)
Go Hye Sung (Hye Mi’s little sister)
16 year old Hye Sung (ep 16)
Song Nam Boon (Sam Dong’s mother)
Hyun Moo Jin (Jin Gook’s father)
Go Byung Jik (Hye Mi’s father)
Jin Gook’s roommate (ep 1,2,5)

Cameos

Jo Soo Mi (조수미) as herself (ep 1)
himself (ep 1)
Ri Ah’s CF partner
Oh Sun’s imaginary boy (ep 12)
himself (ep 13)
himself (ep 13)
as flash mob dancers (ep 16)
as flash mob dancers (ep 16)
Dal Shabet as Baek Hee’s Kirin students (ep 16)

Kirin’s Teachers

Kang Oh Hyuk
Shi Kyung Jin
Yang Jin Man (English teacher)
Shi Bum Soo (Principal)
Maeng Seung Hee
Baek Won Kil (백원길) as Gong Min Chul
Jung Ha Myung (President) (ep 1-4)
Joo Young Hoon (주영훈) as composing teacher (ep 11)

Kirin’s Students

Jo In Sung (Jin Gook’s friend)
Jung Ah Jung
Park Do Joon (sunbae)
as Lee Ri Ah
Park Jin Sang (박진상) as Jun Tae San (sunbae)
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

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

 

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You’re Beautiful

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

s Hwang Tae Kyung
young Tae Kyung
Go Mi Nam (Male) / Go Mi Nyu (Female)
as Kang On Yu / Jeremy
as Kang Shin Woo
as Yoo He Yi

Extended cast

Sa Yu Ri (Fan club president)
Ma Hoon Yi (Mi Nam’s manager)
President Ahn
Wang Kko Di
Mo Hwa Ran
Choi Mi Ja (Mi Nam & Mi Nyu’s aunt)
staff
Dong Joon
Mr Kim (photographer, Nara Daily News)
dancer
convenient store customer (cameo, ep9)
tractor driver (cameo)
CF director (cameo)
Before School member (cameo)
Before School member (cameo)

Production Credits

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

Awards
2009 SBS Drama Awards: Netizen Highest Popularity Award (Jang Geun Suk)
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Playfull Kiss

Title: 장난스런 키스 / Jangnanseureon Kiseu / Mischievous Kiss
Chinese Title : 韩版惡作劇之吻
Also known as: Playful Kiss / Naughty Kiss
Genre: Romance, school
Episodes: 16
Broadcast Network: MBC
Broadcast period: 2010-Sep-01 to 2010-Oct-21
Air time: Wednesday & Thursday 21:55

Synopsis

Based on the popular manga, Oh Ha Ni is a clumsy student who falls for the perfectionist, Baek Seung Jo. However, Seung Jo is indifferent towards her and rejects her love. When Ha Ni’s house collapses, she and her father moves into his long-time friend’s house. It turns out that Seung Jo is the friend’s son and Ha Ni is given the opportunity to be near the guy she loves. Will she be able to move Seung Jo’s heart?

Cast

Baek Seung Jo
Oh Ha Ni
Bong Joon Gu
s Yoon He Ra
Hwang Geum Hee (Seung Jo’s mother)
Baek Soo Chang (Seung Jo’s father)
s Baek Eun Jo (Seung Jo’s brother)
Oh Ki Dong (Ha Ni’s father)
Jung Joo Ri (Ha Ni’s friend)
Dok Go Min Ah (Ha Ni’s friend)
Hong Jang Mi
Bye Bye Sea as Bong Joon Gu’s followers
Song Kang Yi (Ha Ni’s homeroom teacher)
Song Ji Oh
as Head Teacher Hwang
Wang Kyung Soo

Abigail Alderete as Chris

Production Credits

Production Company: Group Eight
Chief Producer: Han Hee
Producer: Song Byung Joon (송병준)
Director: Hwang In Roe, Kim Do Hyung (김도형)
Original writing: Manga “Itazura na Kiss” by Tada Kaoru
Screenwriter: Go Eun Nim (고은님)

Awards

– 2010 MBC Drama Awards: New Actor Award (Lee Tae Sung)
– 2010 MBC Drama Awards: Popularity Award (Kim Hyun Joong)

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Full House

 

 

Title: 풀하우스 / Pool Ha-woo-seu / Full House
Chinese Title : 浪漫满屋
Genre: Romance, Comedy
Episodes: 16
Broadcast network: KBS2
Broadcast period: 2004-Jul-14 to 2004-Sep-02
Air time: Wednesday & Thursday 21:00

Synopsis

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.

Cast

Lee Young Jae
Han Ji Eun
Kang Hye Won
Yoo Min Hyuk
Mr. Lee (Young-jae’s Father)
Ms. Kim (Young-jae’s Mother)
Young-jae’s Grandmother
Dong Wook
Hee Jin
Kang Do Han as Lee Dong Wook (Hee Jin boyfriend)
s Dae Pyo

Production Credits

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

Awards

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

 

Faith

 

Title: 신의 / Faith
Chinese Title: 信義 / 神醫
Also Known as: The Great Doctor
Genre: Romance, Historical, Fantasy, Time-Travel, Medical
Episodes: 24
Broadcast network: SBS
Broadcast period: 2012-Aug-13 to 2012-Oct-30
Air time: Monday & Tuesday 21:55

Synopsis

This drama shows the love between a warrior from the Goryeo Period and a female doctor from the present day, their love transcending time and space.

Yoo Eun Soo  is a 33-year old plastic surgeon in the year 2012. She was originally a general surgeon, but quickly found that it was an overworked, under-paid profession and jumped ship to plastic surgery. Her dream is to someday open her own practice. But one day, Choi Young ( kidnaps her and takes her back to the Goryeo era because needing her medical skills. Their love story spans centuries but also warring beliefs. He gave up on love to be an unflinching warrior.

Cast

Main Cast

s Choi Young
Yoo Eun Soo
s Ki Cheol
Jang Bin
King Gong Min
Princess Nogook

Supporting Cast

Cheon Eum Ja
Jo Il Sin
Baek Choong Suk
Oh Dae Man
Joo Suk
Deol Bae
Deok Man
Deo Gi
s Court lady Choi
Ahn Do Chi
Duk Heung (tKyung Chang (King Choong Jung)

Lee Sung Gye
Man Bo Sibling
Song Kyung Chul (송경철) as Man Bo Sibling
Lee Je Hyun
as Lee Saek
Park Jin Soo (박진수) as Shin Bi Geosa
Ji Yoon Ho (지윤호) as Ji Ho
s Si Wool
Lee Soo (이수) as Ahn Jae
Moon Chi Hoo (Leader of Crescent Moons)
Kim Hyo Sun (김효선) as Mae Hee
Eun-Soo’s ex-boyfriend (ep.1)
Eun Soo’s second man
as fortune teller
as King Choong Hye
as Yuan Envoy / Son Yoo (ep 19)

Production Credits

Production Company: KIMJONGHAK Production
Director: Kim Jong Hak
Screenwriter: Song Ji Na

 

Awards

Top Excellence Actor Awards (Mini Series), Lee Min Ho (Faith)
Top 10 Stars Awards, Lee Min Ho (Faith)
New Star Awards, Park Se Young (Faith)

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My Princess

 

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

Park Hae Young
young Hae Young
Lee Seol
young Seol
Oh Yoon Joo
Nam Jung Woo
President Park Dong Jae
Oh Ki Taek
Lee Dan
as Kim Da Bok
as Geon Lee
as Shin Mi So
as Hong In Ae
as Lee Young Chan
as So Sun Woo
as Kang Sun Ah
as Bong Jae (Park Dong Jae’s henchman)
as Bo Jwa Gwan
as Yoo Ki Kwang
as Ki Ja
as Lee Han
as Park Hae Young’s father
as Emperor Sunjong (cameo)
as Park Dong Jae’s father (cameo)
as fashion designer (cameo)
as priest (cameo, ep 4)
as Hyun Woo (cameo, ep 9)

Production Credits

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

Awards

Newcomers Awards (Mini Series), Best New Actor (Lee Ki Kwang)
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