Monday, 1 July 2013

Royal Villa

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Title: 시트콩 로얄빌라 / Royal Villa
Chinese Title: 皇家別墅
Genre: Sitcom
Episodes: (To Be Announced)
Broadcast network: jTBC
Broadcast period: 2013-July-15
Air time: Monday 23:00

This drama will tells the stories of the people who live in Royal Villa.

Kim Byung Man
Ahn Nae Sang
Shin Bong Sun
Noh Woo Jin
Joo Seh Ho
Oh Cho Hee
Jang Sung Ryu
Yi Do Yun

Production Credits
Director: Kim Seok Yoon
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Sword and Flower

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Title: 칼과 꽃 / Sword and Flower
Chinese Title: 劍與花
Also Known as: The Blade and Petal
Genre: Historical, Romance, Action
Episodes: 20 (To Be Confirmed)
Broadcast network: KBS2
Broadcast period: 2013-July-03 to 2013-Sep-05
Air time: Wednesday & Thursday 21:55

A drama set in the Goguryo period.
It is about how Moo Young (Kim Ok Bin), the daughter of King Young Ryu, falls in love with Yeon Choong (Uhm Tae Woong), the son of Yeon Gaesomun had with a concubine.
But Moo Young debates whether she should have her revenge, as Yeon Gaesomun is the man who killed her father. Meanwhile, Yeon Choong as the son of a noble blood father and a servant mother, despite his talent, he finds he cannot rise higher in rank due to the fact that he is a concubine′s son. He is later ordered by his father to kill the person he loves, and comes into inner conflict.

Main Cast
Kim Ok Bin as Princess Moo Young
Uhm Tae Woong as Yun Choong
Kim Young Chul as King Young Ryu
Choi Min Soo as Yeon Gaesomun
Ohn Joo Wan as Jang (later King Bojang)
Lee Jung Shin as Shi Woo
Park Soo Jin as Moo Sul

Geum Hwa Dan
Kim Sang Ho as So Sa Bun
Jo Jae Yoon as Boo Chi
Yoo Seung Mok as Sul Young
Kim Hyo Sun as Young Hae

People on King Young Ryu’s Side
Lee Min Ho as Prince Tae Ja (King YoungRyu’s first son)
Lee Dae Ro as Sun Hoe Young
Kim Joo Young as Hae Tae Soo
Jun Hyun as Tae Kyung

People on Yeon Gae So Moon’s Side
Goo Won as Ho Tae
Ahn Dae Yong as Yun Jung Ro
Lee Dae Yeon as Do Soo
Park Yoo Seung (박유승) as Ohn Sa Moon

Neutral Nobles
Joo Jin Mo as Yang Moon
Hyun Chul Ho (현철호) as Yang Jin Wook

Other People
Moon Hyuk as Jin Goo
Bang Hyung Joo (방형주) as Choon Myung
Yoon So Hee as Nang Ga

Production Credits
Chief Producer: Lee Gun Joon
Producer: Yoon Jae Hyuk
Director: Kim Yong Soo
Screenwriter: Kwon Min Soo

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Jung Yi, The Goddess of Fire

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Title: 불의 여신 정이 / Jung Yi, The Goddess of Fire
Chinese Title: 火之女神 靖兒
Genre: Historical, romance, political, melodrama
Episodes: 32 (To Be Confirmed)
Broadcast network: MBC
Broadcast period: 2013-July-01 to 2013-Oct-15
Air time: Monday & Tuesday 21:55

This drama will potray the live of Yoo Jung, also known as Jung Yi (Moon Geun Young), the first female potter in the Joseon Dynasty. After she was kidnapped to Japan during a war, she demonstrated the superiority of Joseon potters in Japan.
This drama also depicts the story of Prince Gwang Hae (Lee Sang Yoon), a sad prince whose life was like a wild storm. He had to let go of Jung Yi no matter how deep his love. He will go through a lonely struggle because he could not put out a flame in his heart toward a woman he loved.

Moon Geun Young as Jung Yi
- Jin Ji Hee as Jung Yi (young)
Lee Sang Yoon as Prince Gwang Hae
- No Young Hak as Gwang Hae (young)
Park Gun Hyung as Lee Yook Do
- Oh Seung Yoon as Lee Yook Do (child)
Kim Bum as Kim Tae Do
- Park Gun Tae as Kim Tae Do (child)
Lee Kwang Soo as Prince Imhae
- Lee In Sung as Prince Imhae (young)
Seo Hyun Jin as Hwa Ryung
- Kim Ji Min as Hwa Ryung (Young)
Jun Kwang Ryul as Kang Chun
Song Ok Sook as Heng Soo
Jung Bo Suk as Seon Jo
Han Go Eun as Lady In Bin Kim
Lee Jong Won as Yoo Eul Dam
Jang Kwang
Byun Hee Bong
Sung Ji Roo

Production Credits
Chief Producer: Lee Chang Sub
Producer: Kim Kwang Il
Directors: Park Sung Soo, Jung Dae Yoon
Screenwriters: Kwon Soon Gyu, Lee Seo Yoon

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Empire of Gold

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Title: 황금의 제국 / Empire of Gold
Chinese Title: 黃金帝國
Genre: Romance, political, thriller, action
Episodes: 24
Broadcast network: SBS
Broadcast period: 2013-July-01 to 2013-Sep-17
Air time: Monday & Tuesday 21:55

This drama is about the power struggle between three people in one chaebol empire during the turbulent era of Korean finance in the early 1990s for 20 years.
Jang Tae Joo (Go Soo) is the man who will build up his so-called empire of gold from nothing and raises his little sister on his own after their father dies. He fall in love with Choi Seo Yoon (Lee Yo Won), chaebol heiress. But his biggest rival is her older brother Choi Min Jae (Son Hyun Joo).

Main Cast
Go Soo as Jang Tae Joo
Lee Yo Won as Choi Seo Yoon
Son Hyun Joo as Choi Min Jae
Ryu Seung Soo as Cha Pil Doo
Jang Shin Young as Yoon Seo Shi

Supporting Cast
Park Geun Hyung as Dong Sung
Yoon Seung Ah as Jang Hee Joo
Lee Hyun Jin as Choi Sung Jae
Kim Mi Sook
Jung Han Yong
Nam Il woo
Sun Woo Eun Sook
Go Eun Mi as Jung Eun Jeong

Production Credits
Director: Jo Nam Kook
ScriptWriter: Park Kyung Soo

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Scandal 06
Title: 스캔들 : 매우 충격적이고 부도덕한 사건 / Scandal : a Shocking and Wrongful Incident
Chinese Title: 醜聞:極具衝擊性與不道德的事件
Also Known as: Scandal: That Very Shocking and Immoral Incident
Genre: Romance, Melodrama, Family
Episodes: 36 (To Be Confirmed)
Broadcast network: MBC
Broadcast period: 2013-June-29 to 2013-Oct-27
Air time: Saturday & Sunday 21:50

Ha Eun Joong (Kim Jae Won) was kidnapped in an act of revenge when he was really young by the man who believed that Eun Joong’s real father was the mastermind behind the collapsed building incident that killed his son. Eun Joong who grew up to be a policeman, was shocked to find out the truth that the father he loved so much was actually his kidnapper. His life began to get entwined with Woo Ah Mi (Jo Yoon Hee), a 26 year old single mom as he seeks out the meaning of life after encountering numerous despairs and tries to heal the wounds in his heart. (Source)
Main Cast
Kim Jae Won as Ha Eun Joong
Jo Yoon Hee as Woo Ah Mi
Jo Jae Hyun as Ha Myung Geun
Shin Eun Gyung as Yoon Hwa Yeong
Ki Tae Young as Jang Eun Joong
Park Sang Min as Jang Tae Ha
Supporting Cast
Kim Hye Ri as Go Joo Ran
Kim Kyu Ri as Jang Joo Ha
Park Jung Chul as Jin Woong (Jang Joo Ha’s husband)
Jo Han Chul as Shin Kang Ho
Choi Chul Ho as Kang Joo Pil
Han Groo as Ha So Young
Production Credits
Chief Producer: Kim Sang Ho
Directors: Kim Jin Man, Park Jae Bum
Screenwriter: Bae Yoo Mi
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Goddess of Marriage

Title: 결혼의 여신 / Goddess of Marriage
Chinese Title: 結婚的女神
Genre: Romance, Comedy, Family
Episodes: 32 (To be Confirmed)
Broadcast network: SBS
Broadcast period: 2013-June-29 to 2013-Oct-13
Air time: Saturday & Sunday 21:50

A drama about four women in different stages of marriage with different values ​​and philosophies of love and conflicts finding the true meaning and the importance of marriage through the story.
Song Ji Hye (Nam Sang Mi), a assertive radio writer, dreams of an ideal love but finds herself embroiled in a love triangle between two good men, architect Kim Hyun Woo (Lee Sang Woo) and prosecutor Kang Tae Wook (Kim Ji Hoon).
Hong Hye Jung (Lee Tae Ran) is a mother of two who used to work as a television announcer and is married to Tae Wook’s older brother (Kim Jung Tae) and must always maintain the refined appearances expected of a Cheongdam-dong daughter-in-law.
Song Ji Sun (Jo Min Soo) 
is Ji Hye’s older sister and is a supermom to three kids who rules over her meek husband, No Jang Soo (Kwon Hae Hyo).
Kwon Eun Hee (Jang Young Nam) also is a wife and mother who suddenly discovers that her husband, No Seung Soo (Jang Hyun Sung) is cheating on her.
How will these women behave in their respective predicaments?

Main Cast
Nam Sang Mi as Song Ji Hye
Lee Sang Woo as Kim Hyun Woo
Kim Ji Hoon as Kang Tae Wook
Lee Tae Ran as Hong Hye Jung
Kim Jung Tae as Kang Tae Jin
Jo Min Soo as Song Ji Sun
Kwon Hae Hyo as No Jang Soo
Jang Young Nam as Kwon Eun Hee
Jang Hyun Sung as No Seung Soo

Supporting Cast
Jun Gook Hwan as Kang Man Ho (Tae Wook’s father)
Yoon So Jung as Lee Jung Sook (Tae Wook’s mother)
Sung Byung Sook as Byeon Ae Ja (Ji Sun’s mother in-law)
Lee Se Young as No Min Jung (Ji Sun’s daughter)
Kim Joon Goo as Kim Ye Sol
Shim Yi Young as Nam Mi Ra
Park Wan Kyu as Jung Dae Hyun
Lee Sul Hee as Kim Yeon Soo
Lee Sung Min as Cynthia Jung
Yum Dong Hun as Manager Hwang
Go Na Eun as Han Se Kyung
Jo Woo Jin as Hye Jung’s younger sister’s husband

Production Credits
Production Company: Samhwa Networks
Director: Oh Jin Suk
ScriptWriter: Jo Jung Sun

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