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Saturday, 30 June 2007

Choi Ji-woo (최지우)




Female - 1975/06/11 ,Actress ,Profile ,173cm, 50kg, website:www.yedang.co.kr

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kwon Sang-woo (권상우)


Male - 1976/08/05, Actor

He's got Korea's stamp of approval as a heartthrob in entertainment - actor Kwon Sang-woo!,
He charms us once again with his movie, "Love so Divine"!Meet him today on Star Focus!
Many people gathered at the movie's premiere for a special reason~He not only looks good, he's witty, too!
"Love so Divine" is a sweet love story between Kwon Sang-woo as a priest and Ha Ji-won as a bride-to-be.
Kwon Sang-woo, who's voted as most popular actor his charming demeanor is carried throughout the movie.
In "The Spirit of Jeet Keun Do" he plays a high school student who wants to be like Bruce Lee, discovers love and friendship.
With his lean body and perfect physique, who could do a better job of imitating Bruce Lee?
The devotion he has for his job becomes apparent through his sincerity in filming - he even does his own stunts!
After the movie, he even picked up the 'Best Newcomer' award at the DaeJong Film Festival.
This year will be the four year anniversary of Kwon's debut.
His acting career began with a movie "Volcano High". He was cast by a director who had the foresight of Kwon's talent for acting. Then he was in the movie "Make it Big" with actor Song Seung-heon. Kwon didn't have a large role, but audiences remembered him well for his lean body.
The next movie pushed his popularity over the edge - "Tutoring A Friend" rose Kwon to stardom as over 5,000,000 people came to watch it in theaters!
It seems like he was an overnight success, but Kwon's had his share of troubles.
(It may seem like the road to acting was paved with gold for Kwon, but he's had his share of troubles.)
He's got the height, the looks, and the body.
Kwon Sang-woo is a trendsetter and favorite for people of all ages, putting him at number one on everyone's contact list!
After making it big in the movies, he moved onto the small screen.
He starred in the TV drama "Stairs to Heaven", co-starring Choi Ji-woo.
After it's top ratings and enormous popularity in Korea, the TV drama was exported all over Asia at one of the highest prices.
His popularity is exploding in every direction! But it won't stop there -
We look forward to what actor Kwon Sang-woo will show us next!

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Haruga Jinago Lyrics (Sorry, I Love You OST)

Romanization by Kreah

Ottonkayo kwaen-chanhayo / sulpohago innayo
Manhido chalhae-chunmakum / manhi akkimdan mankum
Kudae-nal isulkka nomu turyowoyo
Kyote it-jyo / nukkyo-jyoyo / nun kamumyon ulkkayo
Yojunhi arumda-unde / ajik saranghanunde
Kudaen wae molliso utkiman hanayo
Achumboda nunmuri nalmonjo chajawa
Kudae omnun naemosum himdulke haneyo / kaggumsshigun
Kudaedo nachorom na kuriwo nunmu-rhul-linayo
Na harurul bonaego / tto kudae-rul bonae-jyo
Irohke kkuchin-gol alchiman / ichul suga omnun kon
Nae-ane innun kon / kudae
Almyonsodu ulmyonsodo / kudael innuntanunke
Saenggakhaessotdon kotboda / orae KOLLIL-kot kote ijen
Sumjochado shilsuga omnunde
Nunmulboda sulpumi nal moncho chajawa
Kudae omnun naemosub apuke haneyo
Kaggumsshikun / nado kudae chorom
modunkol da itgo shipunde
Na harurul bonaego / tto kudae-rul bonae-jyo
Irohke kkuchin-gol alchiman / ichul suga omnun kon
Nae-ane innun kon / kudae…

Spring Day, SBS 2005


Starring:Go Eun Sup ~ Jo In Sung,Go Eun Ho ~ Ji Jin Hee,Suh Jung Eun ~ Go Hyun Jung

Synopsis:
Go Hyun Jung (Sandglass), one of the original Korean TV drama megastars, returns after a ten-year hiatus for the eagerly anticipated 2005 SBS mini-series Spring Days. With the combined star power of Go Hyun Jung, plus Ji Jin Hee (Dae Jang Geum, Love Letter) and Jo In Sung (Something Happened in Bali), Spring Days is definitely not your ordinary K-drama series!
Loosely adapted from the popular Japanese drama, Heaven’s Coins, Spring Days tells the gripping story of Suh Jung Eun (Go Hyun Jung), an elusive beauty who has suffered a trauma so great that she loses the will to speak. Koh Eun Ho (Ji Jin Hee) is the doctor who helps Jung Eun find a way to overcome her past. But just when her gratitude starts to blossom into love, fate cruelly intervenes, leaving Eun Ho in a coma.
At the hospital Jung Eun meets Eun Ho’s stepbrother Eun Sub (Jo In Sung), who is also a doctor. Despite his best intentions, Eun Sub finds himself powerless to resist Jung Eun. Latent rivalries and misunderstandings come to a boil as the two brothers vie for Jung Eun’s affection.
Featuring an all-star cast and a compelling story, Spring Days is a highly acclaimed 20-episode K-Drama for all seasons.

Nunye Ggot Lyrics (Sorry, I love you OST / MISA)

Romanization by Kreah with my little sister Yel ^_^
Onu-sae ki-ro-jin ku-rim-ja-rul tta-ra-so
Ttag-gom-i-jin o-tumsogul kudae-wa kotgu inneyo
Sonul machujapgo ku-onjae-kkajirado
Hamkke-in-nun gol manuro
Nunmuri nanungolyo
Parami chara-wochinun mankum
Kyowurun kag-ga-wo oneyo
Chogumsshik i-gori guwiru
Kudae-rul ponae-yahaet-don kyejori uneyo
Chigum orhae-yi chonnung-golchul parapabo
Hamkke innu-nisungane
Nae-modungol dangshingge jugoshipo
Iron gasume kudae-ranayo
Yakhagiman han naega ani-eyo
Irohke gudael sarang-hanun-dae
Kujo nae-mami i-rolppunin-gojyo
Ku-dae-gyo-chi-ramyon
tto oddoni-ri-radu
halsu-i-ssul-komman gata / kuron gipumi tuneyo
unuri jinago ddo-onjegga-jirado
uri sarang-yong-won-hagil
Gido hanu-i-ssoyo
Parami naye chang-ul hun-dulgo
Odu-un pammajo kkae-umyon
Kudae apun giolmachodo
Nae-ga da chiwochulkkeyo
Hwanhan ku misoro
Kkutobshi nae-rinun sae-hayan nunggut-dulro
Uri koddon i koriga
Onu-sae pyonhan gotdo morununche
Hwanhan bichuro mulduro-kayo
Nugungal wihyae nan sara-gan-nayo
Mu-woshidul da hae-chugo shipun
Irol-ke sa-rangin-jul pwae-wossoyo
Hung-shi gudae-in-nun gododin-ji arat-damyon
Kyo-ulpam pyori dwae gu-dael bicho-ssul-tende
Utdon naldo nun-mure jochodon sulpun bamedo
Onjena gu onjena
Gyote issol-kkeyo
Chigum orhae-yi chonnung-golchul parapomyon
Hamkke innu-nisun-gane
Nae-modungol dangshinke chugoshipo
Iron gasume kudae-ranayo
Ul-ji-marayo
narul parapwayo
gucho gudaeye gyoteso
hamkke itgo shipun mam ppunirago
tashin kudael nohchi anhulkkeyo
kkutobshi nae-rimyo uril kamssa-on
korigadulkhan nunkotsokeso
kudaewa naegasume chogumsshik
jakun chu-o-gul kurineyo
yongwanhi naegyote kudae issoyo

Shoot for the Stars,SBS


Starring:Sora ~ Jeon Do Yeon,Sung Tae ~ Cho In Sung,Bada ~ Park Sang Myun

Synopsis:
Love and show business collide in the SBS TV Series Shoot for the Stars! Film star Jeon Do Yeon (Untold Scandal, Happy End) stars as Sora, a 29 year-old woman who has no job, career, or academic pedigree, and longs only to be married to a man she can call her true love. Her chance arrives when she meets Sung Tae (Cho In Sung of Lover's Concerto), a waiter and wannabe actor. He impresses Sora and her brother, a low-rent talent manager named Bada, who's played by comic actor Park Sang Myun (My Wife is a Gangster) in a winning dramatic role. Sung Tae also suffers from dyslexia, making script reading mighty difficult, but with Sora's support, Sung Tae finally does become an actor. However, when a relationship builds between the two, it inevitably leads to complications, and even a scandal...

Save Your Last Dance for Me, SBS


SBS

Starring:Soo-jin ~ Eugene / Yoo Jin,Jan-ho / Hyun-woo ~ Ji Sung

Synopsis:
Soo Jin (Eugene) is a pure but unsophisticated woman who runs a small resort inn with her father. Soo Jin is just an ordinary girl, but her life changes when she meets a man (Ji Sung) who's completely lost his memory. She takes him in and cares for him, and even gives him a name: "Jan Ho". Love blossoms, and soon wedding bells can be heard. But on the night of their wedding ceremony, Soo Jin's father passes away. And soon after, Jan Ho disappears too! In the blink of an eye, the two people Soo Jin loves most in the world have left her. But Jan Ho has his reasons for disappearing: his real name is Hyun Woo, and he's heir to a large conglomerate. Even more, someone is plotting to kill him...

Jumong a.k.a. Prince of the Legend


MBC 2006

Starring:,Jumong ~ Kim Jae Won,Yoo Mi-rae ~ Han Ji Min,Ko Ah-ra ~ Lee Mi Sook,Choi Si-wan ~ Kim Ji Hoon

Synopsis:
“Magnitude is about to start.”
You are about to go back to the time of Goguryeo, a time which was bigger than now.
‘A time when our nation was the most beautiful’, ‘A time when our nation was the center of the world’. Have you ever met such a time?! dares to journey into a time no one has ever gone back to. The most surprising time in history has come back 2000 years later, a time when the nation made China fall down to their knees and when we fought other nations without any fear.
Meet a hero bigger than the myth.
Alexander, Genghis Khan, we have the hero who overwhelmed his generation and changed history, Jumong! Up to now we have been used to dramas dealing with the history of kings and knights but now we are about to challenge in creating a drama with the birth of a true hero. A name only remembered as a myth. Get ready to meet Jumong, the hero who opened up the skies of the Old Joseon, which was once ours, by fighting thousands and thousands of armies.
Meet the love even bigger than the history.
‘Love’ seems to be the one common denominator across people of all generations and nations. ‘Love’ gets swept away with the waves of time and also gets hurt with biased views in societies, but it also creates a new kind of history by wrestling against adversity and the trials of time. True love, which is uncommonly seen in history, is re-drawn through the drama of our once forgotten history.
Through the wisdom and courage of Korea’s first queen So Seo-no...

Lovers


SBS 2006

Starring:Ha Kang-jae ~ Lee Suh Jin,Yoon Mi-ju ~ Kim Jung Eun,Park Yu-jin ~ Kim Kyu Ri
Kang Se-yeon ~ Jung Chan,Mi-ju's dad ~ Park In Hwan,Um Sang-taek ~ Lee Ki Young,Nam Chang-bae ~ Kim Reo Ha,Tae-san ~ Lee Han,Baek Jong-dae ~ Jang Hang Sun,Lee Jin-soo ~ Lee Se Chang,Kang Choong-shik ~ Choi Il Hwa,Se-yeon's mom ~ Yang Geum Suk

Synopsis:
It brought us to Paris and Prague, became a leading franchise in the Korean Wave, and made even bigger stars out of Kim Jung Eun, Park Shin Yang, Jeon Do Yeon and Kim Ju Hyuk. The Lovers series (Lovers in Paris and Lovers in Prague) is one of the few able to maintain its popularity over the years, something which was confirmed once again when the third and possibly final installment, Lovers, recorded ratings of over 25% on its last episode. As a final icing on the cake, Kim Jung Eun, heroine of Lovers in Paris, returns to conclude the series in great fashion. Kim plays Mi Joo, a plastic surgeon who first mistakes gangster Kang Jae (Lee Seo Jin of Damo) for her brother-in-law, and later falls in love with him. Also notable is the return to the small screen of Kim Kyu Ri (Roses and Beansprouts), and another fine performance from Jung Chan (Golden Apple, Road Movie).
In addition to producer Shin Woo Cheol and writer Kim Eun Sook, SBS even brought back the music director of the previous two installments of the Lovers series, Park Se Jun of Love and Ambition and My Lovely Fool. Production was handled by Han Sung Ho, who has worked with Suh Young Eun and SG Wannabe. Other than The Strings, who perform all the instrumental tracks in the album, this OST also features the "Queen of Soundtracks" Suh Young Eun, along with ballad mainstays like Jo Jang Hyuk.

Lawyers


MBC 2005

Starring:Kim Joo-hee ~ Jung Hye Young,Yoon Suk-ki / Alex Yoon ~ Kim Sung Soo,Yang Ha-young ~ Han Go Eun

Synopsis:
Life, it would seem, is all about choices. Even the smallest of decisions can effect your entire life. This is the theory proposed in Lawyers, the new hit K-drama series from MBC.
Kim Ju Hee (Jeong Hye Young) is a simple hard-working young woman. All she craves in life is happiness. She works hard as a secretary in a law firm, struggling to make Enough money for her sister's operation. Secretly, Ju Hee is in love with her boss, the honorable young lawyer Seo Jeong Ho (Kim Sang Kyeong). Alas, he is married, so Ju Hee suffices to be a diligent and hard-working secretary as her way of expressing her forbidden desires for him.
Suddenly, out of the blue comes Yoon Suk Ki (Kim Seong Soo), Ju Hee's ex-boyfriend who has become a mean and shameless man. His client is under investigation by Jeong Ho and now Ju Hee is forced to see him every day. But that suits fellow secretary Yang Ha Young (Han Go Eun) just fine - she is out to land herself a rich husband, and thinks Suk Ki might just fit the bill.

Review:
Good. As with "A Love To Kill" this drama was just a little too violent for me. It was good, but I prefer light-hearted dramas.

I'm Sorry, I Love You


KBS 2004

Starring:
Cha Moo-hyuk ~ So Ji Sup
Choi Yune ~ Jung Kyung Ho
Song Eun-chae ~ Im Soo Jung

Synopsis:
Cha Moo-hyuk was adopted by an Australian family, but is abused and leaves home at an early age. Growing up on the streets, he meets all sorts of people until one day he comes upon Song Eun-chae. Eun-chae is the coordinator for Choi Yune, a famous singer in Korea whom she secretly loves. Her fateful encounter with Moo-hyuk ends up affecting not only her life but that of her precious Yune's as well.
Moo-hyuk's path takes him to Korea, on a road that leads to revenge. He's filled with anger and hurt about his birth mother, but also feels love and happiness with someone he didn't expect to love. Although he wreaks havoc on the lives of those around him, he wishes with all his heart someone would stop him...

A sad drama, but one that stands out from others. It is beautifully written and pulls at the heart.

Review:
Excellent - The chemistry between So Ji Sup and Im Soo Jung makes this drama extraordinary. A+ for the acting.

Hello, God


KBS 2006

Starring:
Haru ~ Yoo Keon
Seo Eun-hye ~ Kim Ok-bin
Park Dong-jae ~ Lee Jong Hyuk
Chang Pil-koo ~ Kang Shin-il

Synopsis:
Haru (Yoo Keon) is a mentally challenged young man with an IQ of 65 points and the emotional age of a seven-year-old. He misses his mom, who abandoned him at a bus stop after buying him a strawberry ice-cream, and dreams of becoming a bus driver so that he can go meet with his mom someday. One day, he falls in love with the swindler Eun-hye (Kim Ok-bin), who disguises herself as a teacher of mentally retarded students to avoid police. To win her heart, Haru undergoes a high-risk surgery conducted by psychosurgeon Dong-jae (Lee Jong-hyuk). The surgery ends successfully, and Haru is reborn into a genius with an IQ of 180 points. He also becomes rich and famous, but turns out that is not enough to make him happy.

Thursday, 28 June 2007

I Believe Lyrics (My Sassy Girl OST)

Romanization by Kreah

I believe Kudaen gyote opjiman
idaero ibyorun anigetyo
I believe na-e-ge orun girun
cho-gum molri / tora-ol ppunigetjyo
Modu jinagan ku gi-ok-sukeso
naega nalrul apuge hamyo nunmurun manduljyo
Namankum ulji anh-kirul kudae-manun
nunmul obshi nal pyonhage ttona-jugirul
Onjen-ga tashi-dura ol
kudae-ranun gyol algiye / nan mitko itkiye
Kidaril-keyo nan kudae-yo-ya-man hajyo
I believe naega apa-halkkabwa
kudaenun ulchido mothaet-ketjyo
I believe hururun nae runmuri
kudael dashi naega toll-yo-ju-getjyo
Jakku momchurun nae nunkil sokeso
kudae rosupduri tto-olra nunmurul manduljyo
Namankum ulji anh-kirul kudae-manun
nunmul obshi nal pyonhage ttona-jugirul
Onjen-ga tashi-dura ol
kudae-ranun gyol algiye / nan mitko itkiye
Kidaril-keyo nan kudae-yo-ya-man hajyo
Na kudae alki chon i sesangdo / irohke nunbusyon-nunji
Ku hanul araeso ijen / nunmulro ramgyocho-jiman
i jaril nan chi-kil-keyo
Kudaeran iyu-manuro naege-karun
kidarimjocha chungbunhi haengbokha-getjyo
Saranghan iyumanuro / tto haruga chinagago
onun gil ichodo / kidarilkeyo
Nan kudaeyoyaman hajyo
Nan kudaeyoyaman hajyo

Guraedo Sarangida / It’s still… love

Romanization by Kreah
This song is featured both in A Love to Kill and Goong

Nan sa-ra-ngi bu-yo-do / moth-bonunche jinajyu
nan sarangin-gol arado / taruniru-mul pu-chigo
nan sarangi dull-yo-do / moth-durunche ji-najyu
ne urumul to-phur-yo / khun soriro unnunde
sarangi / ne sarangi kuroh-kedo / na-ppun-gayo
sarang-hamyon tadul / haeng-bo-khan-de / naman u-neyo
negeman / we negeman / iroh-kedo a-phun-go-jyu
mwo-dun po-ril-tende / i sarang-man / horag-dwen-damyon
Nan sa-ra-ngi a-pha-do / mong-dunche-ro sarayo
nun-mullo sshiso-gado / na achi-chil anhnunde
sarangi / ne sarangi / kuroh-kedo na-ppungayo
sarang-hamyon tadul / heng-bo-khan-de / naman u-neyo
negeman / we negeman / iroh-kedu aphunkojyu
mwodun poril-tende / i sarang-man / horag-dwendamyon
sojunghan gosun modudul / tonanun god ga-thaso
ilh-ki shi-rhoso / ne mam sum-gyowa-chiman
kude palgun / biche naye nuni / moro-boryodu
Sarange / chehan mame / a-phum-mani tohegado
Chugulmankhum / aphun i sara-nghae / nega sanikka

Wednesday, 27 June 2007

신 현모양처 / New Wise Mother, Good Wife


Also known as: Wise Mother Shin
Broadcast network: MBC
Broadcast period: 2007-May-28 to 2007-June-19

Synopsis
Kim Ho Jin will play Heo Myung Pil, an elite newspaper reporter but an immature and irresponsible husband. Kang Seong Yeon will play Gyung Gook Hee, a bright and valiant wife.
Along with the two, Kim Tae Yeon will play Lim Tae Ran who is a successful scenario writer who possesses both fortune and fame, she is considered an ideal female figure in today’s society, and Kim Nam Jin will play the college student, Seok Doo, who receives the love of many wives.

Cast
Kim Ho Jin as Heo Myung Pil,Kang Sung Yeon as Gyung Gook Hee,Kim Nam Jin as Park Seok Doo,Kim Tae Yeon as Im Tae Ran,

Extended Cast
Sa Kang as Nam Jang Mi,Kwon Yong Woon as Kim Man Suk (Jang Mi’s ex-husband),Lee Hye Eun as Kim Soo Duk,Im Dae Ho as Oh Bong Goo (Soo Duk’s husband),Eom Soo Jung as Lee Myeon-sil,Park Yong Ki as Kim Jo Han,Lee Jin

source:koreandrama.org

Heavenly Path


K travels to Ladakh to trace E and the reason why she left so suddenly. On the way through the long journey he encounters another traveler and together they climb over a 5000m highland. K suffers from mountain sickness and has many weird experiences during the crossing. Portraying a mysterious disappearance with no obvious reason, this film is about the story of the man who sticks to the search and at the same time it shows the course and the magnificent view of the highland.

Source http://www.koreanfilm.or.kr

불량커플 / Bad Couple



Genre: Romance, comedy
Broadcast network: SBS
Broadcast period: 2007-June-02

Synopsis
Choi Jae Chun is an university professor with “perfect genes.” The drama is about an editor of a fashion magazine, Kim Kang Ja, who suddenly develops an urge to have her own baby despite opposing the idea of marriage. The story will talk about Kang Ja striving to look for a man with perfect genes to accomplish her mission. Jae Chun happens to be her “target” in order for her to accomplish her mission. The story later develops as Kang Ja must persuade him to it without any commitments, which is a problem because Jae Chun doesn’t believe in the idea of sex before marriage.

Cast
Ryu Soo Young as Choi Jae Chun,Shin Eun Gyung as Kim Kang Ja,Yoo Gun,Byun Jung Soo as Na Sak Soon,Choi Jung Yoon as Han Young,Park Sang Min as Kim Yoon Seok,Chae Min Seo

SOURCE:KOREANDRAMA.ORG

Never Forever


Sophie, a young Caucasian woman, and Andrew, a successful Korean-American professional, have been suffering from infertility. The medical probability of Sophie bearing Andrew's child is near zero. At the infertility clinic Sophie encounters Jihah, a poor, recent immigrant from Korea. Sophie notices that he bears a striking resemblance to her husband. Sophie initiates a sexual relationship with Jihah for the hope of getting pregnant to keep her family.

Source http://www.koreanfilm.or.kr

8월에 내리는 눈 / Snow in August


Also known as: Snow / Snow that Falls in August
Previously known as: Unacceptable Love
Genre: Romance
Broadcast network: SBS
Broadcast period: 2007-Jun-15

Synopsis
Jo Dong Hyuk will be playing a 27 year old single with a six year old son who falls for Choo Sang Mi, a thirty-three year old divorcee. Her husband cheated on her and she suffers from the pain of losing their son in a car accident 3 years ago. This drama is about how the two meet and through a child they heal each other wounds.

Cast
Jo Dong Hyuk,Choo Sang Mi,Park Tam Hee

Extended Cast
Yoo Tae Joon,Choi Joon Yong

source:koreandrama.org

Tuesday, 26 June 2007

GOOD BYE (Sad Movie OST)

Artist: 장필순 (Jang Piljun)

Romanization by puPpy eYes ~_~
Goodbye kudae ddonakal ddaen
Son hundulmyo Goodbye
I.Han-garo-un pung-gyongsoke
Uridurun ije
Pyonghwarubke poilkkoya
Arumnabke poilkkoya
II.Ddaemachim bi ssudajil dut
Barami puro-o-ne
Chachumchachum mollimolli
Morojyo kanun uri
Naesarang Goodbye (Translation: My Love Goodbye)
hmmm…
Repeat I and II

HIGH AS THE SKY WIDE AS THE EARTH


A story of family love

Through a contrast of two different families, it looks into what a happy family requires. One family does not have a high social status and struggles economically, but their less-than-perfect members put in efforts to keep the family together with trust and love. The other family boasts strong position and economic backing, but the husband and wife no longer have love or trust for each other and are living together only to keep up their appearance.

A remarried couple has a hard road ahead. They need to overcome trials and challenges together. A man in his second marriage and a woman in her first are trying to make a home with grown-up ex-wife’s children.

Making a home together

The drama touches upon issues that various families go through. These include the young generation’s early divorces and the older generation’s burden of looking after grand children when they should be enjoying retirement. It offers an alternative that being a family means working together for childcares and as well as for others.

Tougher the world, the more precious the family will become to one another. After all, the family is the last place on earth to experience unconditional love. The story of two families will give an example of becoming a true family beyond blood relations and legal obligations.

source:world.kbs.co.kr

HERE COMES AJUMMA


“I need to change to defend my family and home”

O-nim, a disrespected wife, succeeds as a TV celebrity.

A market-place diner owner, O-nim, has nothing but her cooking skills. She tries to become a classy, gracious woman to get her husband back.

O-nim, like many housewives, sacrificed herself for her husband and kids attending to all their needs. It is a story of how she turned herself into a woman who can enjoy life and find love. She faces a society armed with what is considered culture and class. O-nim’s story will bring viewers both the tears of laughter and sadness.

A housewife’s efforts to upgrade her life!

O-nim fought hard to keep her family together. She even brought an action against her husband to call off their divorce suit. When she is willing to consent to divorce, however, her husband clings on to their marriage.

In the story, relations among family, between husband and wife, between brother- and sister-in-law and between mothers-in-law reflect our daily lives.

Komawohalkke Lyrics (Full House Soundtrack 15)

Singer: Byul / Romanization by Kreah

Ije kudaenun ttonamyon na honja namaso
Kudaega kuriwoso / chim manhi ulketjyo
Kudae chongmal bogoshipodo bol su optketjyo
Kudaeyo pudi haengbokhaeyu
Kudaega bogo shipodo chajakamyon anhdwego
Poksuril dudgo shipodo gguk chamgu
Saranghaetdon giokdu ijen malhamyon anhdwego
Maumsoge modoyagetjyu
Ijen naegyote kudaega tashin optketjiman
Kuraedo hangsang kudael ijji anhulkeyu
Kudaewa hamkke naega olmana haengbokhaennunji
Tto-olrimyonso usulkkeyo
komawoyo
Chagonamyon cho-umuru kudaega omkenneyu
Onjena kudaeyege monjo sunhwal koronnunde
Pamidweso jagijonedo kudaen optkenneyu
Hajiman iksukhae ji-getjyo
Nan kudaerul chogumdo miwohal su ga optjanayu
Naega shirhojil su do innungonde
Yongwanheso bon kotchorom usumyo ponaellhaeyo
Ijen modu chuokineyo ohhh…
Ijen naegyote kudaega tashin optketjiman (optketjiman)
Kuraedo hangsang gudael ijji anhulkeyu
Kudae-wa hamkke nae-ga olmana haeng-bokhae-nnunji
Tto-olrimyonso usulkkeyo
Nunmurinado onjena komawohalkkeyo
Kumankum haengbokhae-ssotdan yae-ginikkayo
Namdurun haebochidu mothan sarangul haebwatgo (sarangul haebwatgo)
Kajumsu omnun chu-okdo issunikkayo
Chaggo sulpojyo

Sangorul Saranghan Ino Lyrics (My Girl OST)

Singer: ChoGwanu / Romanization by Kreah
“Mai Gol OST” the Romanization of “마이 걸 OST” ^_^

mallo hal sun / opsotjiman / cho-um bodon / kudae-buton-gabwa
nae-gero wa / narul tachige / hal koldu nan a-ra
nomu manhi / nullajido / sollejido / apujido malgo
kakkumshigun / chirohadamyo / tu junghanun sarang
pyongbom-hae-do guronsarang / hago shi-peun nae mam ani
morunchokhanun ni-ga miwoso kuman dugodo shipjiman
no-obshinun andwenun-gol nojuchado algi ttae-mune
noyege pudamjugin shipjiman
chigumdo nigyote isso sulpuge na
non darun marul / har-yonunde
saranghanda / monjo marurhamyon
nonun otton / pyujong ji-umji / nomu kungkumkumhae
pyongbom-hae-do guronsarang / hago shi-peun nae mam ani
morunchokhanun ni-ga miwoso kuman dugodo shipjiman
no-obshinun andwenun-gol nojuchado algi ttae-mune
noyege pudamjugin shipjiman
chigumdo nigyote isso
mallo hal su innun sarang kuraeyaman nae mam ani
moruncho-khanun niga miwoso kumandogodo shipjiman
no-obshinun andwenun-gol nojuchado algi ttae-mune
noyege pudamjugin shipjiman
chigumdo nigyote isso sulpuge na

Komawohalkke Lyrics (Full House Soundtrack 15)



Singer: Byul / Romanization by Kreah

Ije kudaenun ttonamyon na honja namaso
Kudaega kuriwoso / chim manhi ulketjyo
Kudae chongmal bogoshipodo bol su optketjyo
Kudaeyo pudi haengbokhaeyu

Kudaega bogo shipodo chajakamyon anhdwego
Poksuril dudgo shipodo gguk chamgu
Saranghaetdon giokdu ijen malhamyon anhdwego
Maumsoge modoyagetjyu

Ijen naegyote kudaega tashin optketjiman
Kuraedo hangsang kudael ijji anhulkeyu
Kudaewa hamkke naega olmana haengbokhaennunji
Tto-olrimyonso usulkkeyo
komawoyo

Chagonamyon cho-umuru kudaega omkenneyu
Onjena kudaeyege monjo sunhwal koronnunde
Pamidweso jagijonedo kudaen optkenneyu
Hajiman iksukhae ji-getjyo

Nan kudaerul chogumdo miwohal su ga optjanayu
Naega shirhojil su do innungonde
Yongwanheso bon kotchorom usumyo ponaellhaeyo
Ijen modu chuokineyo ohhh…

Ijen naegyote kudaega tashin optketjiman (optketjiman)
Kuraedo hangsang gudael ijji anhulkeyu
Kudae-wa hamkke nae-ga olmana haeng-bokhae-nnunji
Tto-olrimyonso usulkkeyo

Nunmurinado onjena komawohalkkeyo
Kumankum haengbokhae-ssotdan yae-ginikkayo
Namdurun haebochidu mothan sarangul haebwatgo (sarangul haebwatgo)
Kajumsu omnun chu-okdo issunikkayo

Lee Dong-geon (이동건)




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FLOWER FOR MY LIFE


The “Flowers for My Life” begins from a thought about death.
The death can encompass the warmth of people and scent of love.
It is the story of our lives.

Every death has its case of story.
It will bring laughter and tears.
It will tell you the story of the dead.
In the story, you maybe able to find the flower of your life.

Flowers for My Life will tell you the story of those
who smile at deathbed,
who strive to grow till the end,
who love passionately until they die, and
who touches and consoles other to the last moment

SOURCE:KBS.CO.KR

A HAPPY WOMAN


Although there are many forms of families in Korea, prejudice persists. The society labels a non-standard family as a broken family.
When defining a broken family, love should be the barometer but not the number of parents. A Happy Woman will reflect on the families in the society and their true meaning. It aims to explore the answer to the question “what is a woman’s true happiness.”

Monday, 25 June 2007

My Love Lyrics(Orin Shinbu / My Little Bride OST)

Romanization by puPpy eYes ~_~

Haahhh Huuuhh…Staahaa HooooH…haaaahhh
O-rin nae ga-sum ka-du-khan
Na-ye ja-kun sol-le-im
Kud-daen gu ma-yu-mi
Sa-ra-ngin jul mol-lat-jyo
oh baby Nan
I-je-ya ba-bo-cho-rom
Nae a-ne Ku-dael nuk-ki-jyo
Nun-bu-shi-n hae-ssal ga-duk-han
o-nu na-ru sok-sa-kim
kud-daen-gu sa-ra-ngi
Nae go-sshin jul mol-lat-jyo
oh i-je nan
ahh ku-dae-e pu-ma-ne-so
haeng-bo-khan
Ku-mul Ku-jyo oh~
My love My love
My love is like a sunshine to my life
My love My love you what you say
Gu-dae-e sa-ra-ngi dwil-ko-ye-yo
(Rap lyrics first, no lyrics provided)
Hyang-gu-than ba-ram bu-ra-on
o-nu Na-ru sok-sa-kim
Kud-dae-gu sa-ra-ngi
Nae go-shi-mul a-rat-jyo
oh i-je nan
ahh Ku-dae-e pu-ma-ne-so
Haeng-bo-kham
Kku-mul kku-jyo oh~
My love My love
My love is like a meaning to my life
My love My love you what you say
Ku-daen na-ye sa-rang na-ye chon sa-jyo
Sae-ha-yan du-re-su ip-ko
Sa-rang-su-ron pyo-jong-do Jit-ko~
Ku-dae son jam-ko
Haeng-bok-hya-jyo
Yong-won-yhi gu-dael
Sa-rang-hae
My love My love
My love is like a sunshine to my life
My love My love you what you say
Gu-dae-e sa-ra-ngi dwil-ko-ye-yo
My love My love
My love is like a meaning to my life
My love My love you what you say
Ku-daen na-ye sa-rang na-ye chon sa-jyo
My love My love
Ku-daen na-ye shin-lang nan gu-dae-ye shin-bu-jyo
My love My love you what you say
Ku-dae-e jon-bu-ga dwin-kko-e-yo
You can download the song from esnips

Aengmusae (Princess Hours / Goong OST)

Romanization by puPpy eYes ~_~

ddo o-je-che-rum da-shi keu-rip-seum-ni-da
bo-go shi-pun mam jul-chi-do anh-nun-chi
ja-ku-man ku-dae-ga ddo-o-rum-ni-da
he-ar-yo-bol-su-rok do nun-mul nam-nida
hum-chyo-nae bwado hu-ru-nun nun-mu-re
gio-ki ddo da-run gio-ku-ro byon-jyo
a-pu-ge nal u-llim-ni-da
ba-dun-kot-man i-sso-so nae-gen hu-hwe-ppu-nin-de
jun-ge om-nun nal ku-daen ddo i-jul-kka ko-bi-na
Chorus:
sa-rang-ham-ni-da nan nan sa-rang-ham-ni-da
ku-dae-e-ge bae-un manh-go ma-nhun mal-dul ju-nge
i mal ha-na i-bbo-rut-cho-rom na
chung-ul-go-rim-ni-da hon-ja ba-bo-cho-rom
mian-ham-ni-da cham cham mian-ham-ni-da
dwi-nu-jun i mal-kka-ji mian-ha-ji-man
Yom-chi-ob-shi ku-dael ki-da-rim-ni-da
Haeng-yo nae-i-run do-ra-ol-kka
Ku-dae-ran sae-ja-ngi bi-job-kin hae-sso-do
Cho-ha-ssum-ni-da haeng-bo-khae-ssum-nida
Ib-yo-rul mo-llat-don yong-won-ul mi-dot-don
Ku-na-llo na kku-me-ra-do
Do-ral-gal-su it-dam-yon nae ma-u-mul moa-so
nae ga-su-mul do-ro-so da ku-dae-rul chul-ten-de

Repeat Chorus
i ma-um
kkun-nae ku-daen mo-lla-ol-su ob-so-do
ku-dae-ga byo-nhae do-nunnan a-ni-ra-do
bul-ro-bo-go da-shi bul-ro-bom-ni-da
aeng-mu-sae-cho-rom ku-dae i-rum
ku-dae sa-rang-man i-roh-ke

Rules of Dating


Story: Lee Yoo-rim (Park Hae-il) is 26 years old. He gets assigned 27 years old student teacher Choi Hong (Kang Hye-jeong), who he instantly falls in love with. Although he has a girlfriend for about 6 years Lee tells Choi straightforward that he wants to have sex with her. Choi refuses, of course, especially since she has a boyfriend already. She also avoids Lee's continuous attempts to make a pass at her, but does so in a strange passive way, as if she isn't really unwilling. Eventually, Lee talks her round.
After the two spent the night together, their relationship just starts to get interesting. Lee gets to know a lot about Choi's past, the reason why she is so rejecting and why she still isn't a teacher at her age.
The relationship is ill-fated from the beginning, but when rumours about the two are spreading at school, problems just start to pop up.

Love so Divine (pictures)




Love so Divine


Story: Kyu-sik (Kwon Sang-woo) and his friend Seon-dal (Kim In-kwon) study to become a priest. While Kyu-sik takes this very seriously, his friend likes to hang out at parties. It's also his fault that Kyu-sik trips at the mess and breaks a calix which was sanctified by the pope himself. As a punishment Kyu-sik and Seon-dal have to serve at a church in the country under custodianship of father Nam (Kim In-mun) and try to prepare for their ordination.
Kyu-sik one day meets totally drunk Bong-hee (Ha Ji-won) in a church, who immediately falls on the future priest which for the now entering nun looks like the two are kissing.
It turns out that Bong-hee is the niece of father Nam and just came back from America to visit her boyfriend. Kyu-sik is lucky, because there is no further punishment for his "behaviour".
However, Bong-hee gets dumped by her boyfriend and now works at the church to earn some money in order to buy a ticket and get back to America. Naturally, Kyu-sik oftentimes clashes with Bong-hee. Kyu-sik makes it his business to guide this lost sheep back to the right path. Yet, when father Nam tells him that he has to convince Bong-hee to get baptized he gets into trouble, because Bong-hee and her impiety is not an easy case to take on.

This Charming Girl


Jeong-hye (Kim Ji-soo) is a twenty-something single woman working at a post office. She lives alone in a cheap-looking apartment building, politely answering her aunt's irritating phone calls, purchasing meals, even packets of kimchi, through mail-order service, and taking care of plants. Jeong-hye is neither autistic nor misanthropic: she enjoys drinking beer and chatting with her co-workers, for one. It is only that she is perfectly happy with remaining in the background of the hustle-bustle of Korean city life. Nonetheless, Jeong-hye's life is beginning to show signs of change. She adopts a lovely kitten. She invites an equally shy and very absent-minded writer (Hwang Jeong-min, A Bittersweet Life, A Good Lawyer's Wife) to a dinner at her place. Finally, a chance encounter with a troubled young man (Seo Dong-won) leads her toward an attempt to address a long-repressed trauma.

Winner of the Best Film Prize at the 2004 Pusan Film Festival's New Currents Section, This Charming Girl is a quietly effective character study, made in cinema verite style but nearly completely devoid of the kind of pretensions and self-importance that plague many first-time features. Director Lee Yoon-ki shows a commendable discipline in keeping his hands largely invisible. It is no mean feat to capture the characters in intimate, unguarded moments with handheld camera but to keep the stance non-intrusive, which is what Lee accomplishes here. When the film slides from objective reality into Jeong-hye's subjective vision (limited to the daydream visitations of her mother, played by veteran actress Kim Hye-ok [Green Chair, Our Twisted Hero]), the transition is so natural that we do not even question whether she is experiencing a flashback, visualizing a wish, or seeing a ghost.

Much of the film's strength must be attributed to the brilliant casting of Kim Ji-soo in the role of Jeong-hye. When I first saw the film, I pegged Kim to be a newcomer with only a theatrical background: in other words, I assumed that her utter lack of affectation in front of the lens was due to her (fortuitous) lack of familiarity with the moviemaking process. I was therefore stunned to find out later that Kim was a well-known figure in TV drama, most recently featured in MBC's The Age of Heroes (2004), with more than ten years of experience in front of the camera. Not only does she not break the rhythm of her performance against extreme long takes and close ups, that reveal minute abrasions and scars in her face, she also makes Jeong-hye absolutely believable in her hesitation and withdrawal, without making her neurotic or eccentric. It is an eye-opening performance the likes of which has seldom been seen in Korean cinema, especially melodramas that often push the actor's emotive capacity to maximum overdrive.

Part of the film's attraction comes from the thrill of anticipating when Jeong-hye will break from her routine and reveal her inner turmoil. When it does happen, the "revelation" is inevitably disappointing in its predictability. The plot development leading to Jeong-hye's confrontation with the source of her trauma is one of the film's few obvious weaknesses, even though the sequence in question features another terrific performance by Lee Dae-yeon (Camel(s), the psychiatrist in A Tale of Two Sisters) and a breathtaking long take inside a lady's restroom, showcasing Kim's tour de force performance.

We live in a world where cinema verite takes of sweaty, gymnastic sex or of characters languorously inhaling cigarettes with vacant eyes automatically cue us that they are meant to be serious "art" films. This Charming Girl, on the other hand, is like an entire film devoted to one of the "extra" figures appearing for a minute or so in these movies, say, a post-office clerk who processes the protagonist's Sturm und Drang letter to her divorced husband, and immediately exits the movie. Director Lee Yoon-ki and the filmmakers, adapting Woo Ae-ryung's novel, deliberately focus on such a seemingly boring and inconsequential character, and restore her integrity as a personage: she is revealed to have an inner world just as mysterious and absorbing as those of the conventional "art" film characters. In the end, it is the film's unwavering gaze, close and proximate, yet deeply compassionate and respectful, that renders This Charming Girl so powerful, and, in collaboration with Kim Ji-soo's superb portrayal, makes Jeong-hye one of the most fascinating characters in recent Korean cinema

Sunday, 24 June 2007

OST of Goong a.k.a. Princess Hours

Romanization by puPpy eYes ~_~

On-je-yot-don-gon-ji / gi-yong na jin ah-na
ja-ku nae mo-ri-ga / no-ro u-ji-rop-don shi-jak
han-du bon-shik / doh-oh-ryu-dun seng-gak
ja-ku nul-o-ga-so / jo-gum dang-hwang-su-ru-un i ma-um
pyol-il-I ah-nil su it-da-go / sa-so-han ma-umi-ra-go
ni-ga ne-ge ja-ku (ne ge ja ku)
ma-rul ha-nun / geh o-saeng-han-gol

Chorus:
sa-rang-in-ga-yo / ku-de nah-wa gat-da-myon shi-jahk-in-ga-yo
ma-mi jah ku gu dael / sa-rang-han-dae-yo
on se-sang-i dud-du-rok / so-ri-chi-ne-yo
wae i-je-ya dul-li-jyoh oooohh…
so-rol man-na-gi we-hyae / i-je-ya sa-rang cha-jat-da-go
ji-gum nae ma-umul / sol-myong-ha-ryoh hae-do
ne-ga nae-ga dwe-o mamul nu kki nun bang bop ppun in de
i-mi nan ni / a-ne / it-nun-gol
ni a-ne / ni-ga it-du shi
u-rin so-ro-we-ge (so ro we ge)
i-mi gil-dul-yo / jin-ji mo-la

Repeat Chorus:
Seng-gak-hae-bo-myon (saeng gahk hae boh myuhn)
Manh-un sun-gan-so-ke (so ke)
Ol-ma-na manhun (yeah) sol-le-im it-ot-nun-ji
jo-gum nujun gu man-kum nan do jal-hyae jul-kke-yo
ham-ke hal-ke-yo / chu-wok-i dwel giokman sol-mul-hal-ke-yo
da-shin nae gyote-so / ddo-na-ji ma-yo
jjal-bun sun-gan-jo-cha-do bul-an-han gol-yo
nae-ge mo-mul-lo-jwoyo oooohh…
Gu-dael i-roh-ke ma-nhi (gu to rok ma-nhi)
Sarang-ha-go wi-so-yo (gu dae yo ya mahn) i mi

JANG NA RA





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Wonderful Life, 2005 MBC


Starring:
Seung-Won ~ Kim Jae Won
Se-Jin ~ Yoo Jin
Chae-young ~ Han Eun Jung
Do-hyun ~ Lee Ji Hoon

Synopsis:
This is the story of two young college students (Seung-won and Se-Jin) who meet by coincidence in Singapore. It's not an ideal encounter, but fate determines their destiny does not end in Singapore.
A drunken encounter makes way for some interests life changes - ones that Seung-won is unhappy to make because of his love for Chae-young. Sacrifices are made to keep family peace, but unbeknownst to his family, a deal has been made that will bring complications and add even more pain to an extremely painful situation.
It's the story of dealing with the consequences of reckless behavior and owning up to it. Making the best of what life brings.

source:asianinfo.org

Successful Story of a Bright Girl,SBS 2002


Starring:
Cha Yang-soon ~ Jang Na Ra
Han Ki-tae ~ Jang Hyuk
Yoon Na-hee ~ Han Eun Jung
Han Jun-tae ~ Ryu Su Young
Song Suk-koo ~ Yoon Tae Young
Hwang Bo-bae ~ Chu Ja Hyun

Synopsis:
This drama is the story about Yang Soon. Her parents are swindlers (con artists) who always think of ways of cheating people out of their money. In spite of her less than stellar role models, she is a courageous and strong-minded girl who looks after her grandmother.
As a result of some local villagers being swindled by her parents, Yang-Soon was sent to Seoul to be a housemaid for a wealthy family. When she arrives at the house, she discovers that she is instead the maid for a man in another house, Ki-tae. Ki-tae, whose parents died while he was young, is only son of the co-founder of a big cosmetics company.
Due to a previous unusual encounter in Yang-soon's hometown, they have already developed a strong dislike for each other. So when Ki-tae opposes Yang-Soon in every way and makes her life excruciatingly difficult, a series of events happens that changes their lives forever.
It is a story about betrayal, deceit, perseverance and ultimately peace.

source:asianinfo.org

Spring Waltz, KBS 2006


Lee Su Ho/Yoon Jae Ha ~ Seo Do Young
Suh Eun Young ~ Han Hyo Ju
~ Lee Seo Yeon
Philip ~ Daniel Henney

Synopsis:
The original flagbearer of the Korean Wave, renowned producer Yoon Suk Ho has won over fans all over Asia with his "season" dramas, starting in 2000 with the classic Tale of Autumn (a.k.a. Endless Love) starring Song Seung Heon, Song Hye Kyo, and Won Bin. He followed up in 2002 with the heartwrenching Winter Sonata starring Bae Yong Jun and Choi Ji Woo. These two dramas were phenomenally popular in Korea and throughout Asia, transforming the leads into international stars and even helping to boost Korea's tourism industry. In 2003, Song Seung Heon returned for the third installment, Summer Scent, opposite Son Yae Jin. Three years later, Yoon presented the fourth and final chapter of the seasons quartet, Spring Waltz, a quiet drama about a romance born one spring on a small, isolated island.
Left in a small island town by his gambling father, young Lee Su Ho meets the sickened Suh Eun Young, and they become good friends. Even when Su Ho's unscrupulous father steals Eun Young's family's money, the two remain steadfast in their friendship. A tragic twist of fate, however, forces them to separate, with Su Ho eventually getting adopted by a wealthy couple. Fifteen years later, Su Ho is now Yoon Jae Ha (Seo Do Young), a loner piano prodigy with a loving family and a fiancee (Lee So Yeon), and Eun Young (Han Hyo Ju) has a suitor in the suave Philip (Daniel Henney). Jae Ha and Eun Young's lives seem set in every way until the childhood sweethearts cross paths once more...
Spring Waltz features a refreshing cast of relatively new faces. Leads Seo Do Young (Emperor of the Sea) and Han Hyo Ju (My Boss, My Teacher) make a charmingly photogenic couple, while Lee So Yeon (Super Rookie) displays surprising range. Perhaps shining the most brightly is Korean American heartthrob Daniel Henney (My Lovely Sam-Soon) who shows off both his charisma and his language skills. Beautifully shot and wistfully romantic, Spring Waltz is a fitting finale to the seasonal drama series.

Sad Sonata, aka Sad Sonata, MBC 2005


Starring:
Suh Joon-young/Chi Joon-kyu ~ Kwon Sang Woo
Lee Gun-woo ~ Yeon Jung Hoon
Park Hae-in ~ Kim Hee Sun
Cha Hwa-jung ~ Kim Yeon Joo
Lee Mi-sook, aka Audrey ~ Jin Hee Kyung

Synopsis:
Sad Sonata is the story of love that is denied through cruel twists of fate. It is also the story of friendship and sacrifice, even at the cost of losing true love. The strength of the bonds that were formed

Princess Lulu


Starring:
~ Kim Jung Eun
~Jung Jun Ho

Synopsis :
Kim Jung Eun from Lovers in Paris and Evil Lake's Jung Jun Ho have teamed up for the romantic TV series tale Princess LuLu. The music director of Lovers in Paris Park Sae Jun as well as the composer Park Geun Chul who worked on Jo Sung Mo's My First LP plus many other potential composers have joined hand for this fascinating soundtrack.
The opening theme features jazz vocalist So Young Eun who has worked on many soundtracks before. Furthermore, the title song Love Me Do is by new singer Park Jae Bum and many of this year's other top newcomers are also featured. On top of that music lovers also get to enjoy the tune "I loved you" (track 18) by red hot Joon San Hyun (soon to become a member of the dynamic band X5) who has taken the music world by storm as so called Korean Kimura Takuya!

SOURCE: ASIANINFO.ORG

Only You


Starring:
Cha Eun Jae ~ Han Chae Young
Han Ee Joon ~ Jo Hyun Jae

Synopsis:
After winning a cookery competition, Cha Eun Jae (Han Chae Young) wins the opportunity to go and study at a cookery school in Venice, Italy. Once there she goes searching for her old landlord to learn the secret recipe for perfect spaghetti, but instead meets the handsome, yet arrogant Han Ee Joon (Jo Hyun Jae). There is an instant attraction between the two but, due to a misunderstanding, Ee Joon leaves, believing Eun Jae to have another boyfriend.
Six years later, back in Korea, the couple meet again and Eun Jae discovers that Ee Joon is now the successor to a large company. Will she pursue him after he abandoned her all those years ago?

My Sassy Girl


Starring:
Kyun Woo ~ Cha Tae Hyun
~ Jeon Ji Hyun
~ Gwak Jae Young

Synopsis:
Yupki Girl is a movie based on a series of real-life incidents published on the Internet.
Kyun Woo (Cha Tae Hyun) is a kind-hearted but at times naïve college student who seems to keep getting into trouble. On his way home one night, he encounters a beautiful but completely smashed young woman (Jeon Ji Hyun) who causes a scene in the subway, calls him "honey," and then passes out. With the eyes of the other subway passengers upon him, he has little choice but to take responsibility for her. Thus begins his relationship with the at-times charming, at-times violent damsel who steals his heart.

My Love Patzzi a.k.a. In Love With Red Bean Paste Girl


Starring:
Yang Song-yi ~ Jang Na Ra
Eun Hee-won ~ Hong Eun Hee
Kang Seung-joon ~ Kim Jae Won
Kim Hyun-sung ~ Kim Rae Won

Synopsis:
This an amusing and romantic parody of a popular Cinderella-like Korean folktale. In the folktale, Patzzi is the mean, ugly sister whom everyone hates. Kongzzi is the nice, pretty girl that ends up with the prince. However, in this parody, Kongzzi really isn’t all that nice... and Patzzi, although at times mischievous, tomboyish, and rude, is actually a good-hearted, innocent girl.

My Girl, SBS 2006


Starring:
Gong-chan ~ Lee Dong Wook
Yu-rin ~ Lee Da Hae
~ Park Si Yeon
Jung-woo ~ Lee Jun Ki

Synopsis:
When Gong-chan (Lee Dong-wook) meets the lively and beautiful Yu-rin (Lee Da-hae), he notices the resemblance between her and his long-lost cousin, whom his dying grandfather has been searching for. He hires Yu-rin to stand in for his missing cousin as a final gesture to his grandfather - but his own growing feelings for her threaten to ruin everything. The real drama begins when Gong-chan's ex-girlfriend, a pro tennis star (played by Park Si-yeon), enters the scene determined to win him back.

My Girl was a Top Ten hit in Korea in 2006, aided by the appearance of hot new actor Lee Jun-ki. The King and The Clown star plays Jung-woo, an unscrupulous playboy who sets his sights on Yu-rin. Can Gong-chan protect Yu-rin from Jung-woo's advances? Can he help fulfill his grandfather's dying wish? And what will happen if his real cousin is finally discovered? All will be revealed in the hit K-drama My Girl!

Mr. Goodbye,KBS 2006


Starring:
Hyeon-seo ~ Ahn Jae Wook
Choi Young-in ~ Lee Bo Young
Kang Su-jin ~ Oh Yun Ah
Kyle ~ Cho Dong Hyuk

Synopsis:
“Mr. Good-Bye” is a story about the last love of a dying man, Hyeon-seo, who had to live in loneliness after losing his both foster parents but eventually succeeded as a hotelier. He finally finds happiness when he returns to Korea, where he learns that he has a son from a woman who loves him and finally meets his biological mother. The series also sarcastically portrays good and evil of the human world with a hotel as the background. The series also depicts how hotel concierges help hotel customers heal their spiritual wounds. The upbeat and outgoing Young-in, one of the concierges, teaches Hyeon-seo the meaning of love and fights for his love with Su-jin, a doctor.

Love Story in Harvard


Starring:
Kim Hyung Woo ~ Kim Rae Won
Hong Jung Min ~ Lee Chong Jin
Lee Soo In ~ Kim Tae Hee

Synopsis:
A young love story set at the famed Ivy League school in the United States. Kim Hyung Woo, a 1st year law student at Harvard Law who enters into a rivalry with classmate Hong Jung Min for the affections of beautiful medical student Lee Soo In. The two men are both from prestigious families, while Soo In is from a poor family. Can the trio resolve their romantic differences and chase their dreams at the same time?

Kindergarten Love a.k.a. Great Expectations


Starring:
Kang Hyun-sae ~ Kim Jae Won
Yoo Mi-rae ~ Han Ji Min
Ko Ah-ra ~ Lee Mi Sook
Choi Si-wan ~ Kim Ji Hoon

Synopsis:
Through its main character, former gangster and currently novice kindergarten teacher Kang Hyun-se, this drama criticizes the negative aspects of early child education, which prioritizes knowledge over character, and shows what children really need. It opens the possibility of alternative education by portraying how Hyun-se transforms from a hopeless gangster into a warm-hearted kindergarten teacher played by Kim Jae-won. The role of his colleague, Yoo Mi-rae, who keeps making mistakes, is played by Han Ji-min. Mi-rae’s ex-boyfriend, the ambitious Shi-wan, attempts to take over the kindergarten and hampers the two people from loving each other. Actress Lee Mi-sook portrays Ko Ah-ra, the director of the kindergarten who has her own philosophy about education and does her best to protect the kindergarten. She even stands up against powerful people who want to destroy the kindergarten to gain profits.

KIN JAE WON