Sinopsis Film 9

Prosecutor Princess

Juni 6, 2010

Title: 검사 프린세스 / Geomsa Princess
Previously known as: 검사 마타하리 / Prosecutor Mata Hari
Genre: Romance
Episodes: 16
Broadcast network: SBS
Broadcast period: 2010-Mar-31 to 2010-May-20
Air time: Wednesdays & Thursdays 21:55

Synopsis :
Ma Hye Ri is a woman with an excellent memory and ability to focus, which allowed her to pass the bar exam with ease. Despite her talents, she is more interested in being fashionable and dislikes hard work so she is far from being an ideal prosecutor and has doubts about her suitability for her job. Through her conflicts with senior colleages and struggles with difficult cases, however, Hye Ri gradually matures into a brilliant prosecutor with a sense of duty and justice.

Cast :
Kim So Yeon as Ma Hye Ri
Park Shi Hoo as Seo In Woo
Han Jung Soo as Yoon Se Joon
Choi Song Hyun as Jin Jung Sun
Yoo Gun as Lee Min Suk
Park Jung Ah as Jeni Ahn
Choi Sung Ho as Chae Ji Woon
Lee Eun Hee (이은희) as Lee Jung Im
Lee Seung Hyung as Cha Myung Soo
Kim Sang Ho as Na Joong Suk
Choi Jung Woo as Ma Sang Tae
Yang Hee Kyung as Park Ae Ja
Min Young Won as Lee Yoo Na
Lee Jong Suk (이종석) as Lee Woo Hyun
Sung Byung Sook (성병숙) as Han Mi Ok
Kim Ji Won as Yoon Bin
Sun Woo Jae Duk as Go Man Chul
Kim Sung Hoon as fitness trainer
Baek Seung Hyun

Production Credits
Chief Producer: Kim Young Sup
Director: Jin Hyuk
Assistant Director: Park Sun Ho (박선호)
Screenwriter: So Hyun Kyung

Fashion 70′s

Juni 6, 2010

Title: 패션 70′s / Pae-syeon 70′s
Genre: Drama, History
Episodes: 28
Broadcast network: SBS
Broadcast period: 2005-May-23 to 2005-Aug-29
Air time: Monday & Tuesday 21:55
Average viewership rating: 16.2% (peak: 27.7% lowest: 5%)

Synopsis :
Fashion 70′s focused on the lives of four young people, from their childhood during the Korean War, to their careers and love lives within the booming fashion world of the seventies. When Joon Hee was young, she befriends a little girl called Kang Hee, this two girls always get into trouble because of Kang Hee’s greedy mother. At the same time, Joon Hee also makes friends with two boys, Dong Young, the son of a military general and Jang Bin. But when North Korean forces invade their town, both girls are separated from their parents and Joon Hee’s mother is killed in an explosion. Believing his daughter to have died, Joon Hee’s father adopts Kang Hee and raises her as his own daughter. Joon Hee is discovered at an orphanage by Kang Hee’s mother, and is also adopted. The trauma of the events causes Joon Hee to block out her childhood memories and she grows up on a small island as Doe Mi, unaware of her true identity.

Years pass and their paths cross again, with complicated and destructive results. Doe Mi dreams of becoming a fashion designer, and petty criminal Jang Bin helps her move to Seoul to chase her dream. In the process he falls in love with her, but his feelings are unrequited…

Cast :
Lee Yo Won as Han Duh Mi (born Ko Joon Hee)
Byun Joo Yun as young Duh Mi
Kim Min Jung as Ko Joon Hee (born Kang Hee)
Jung Min Ah as young Ko Joon Hee
Joo Jin Mo as Kim Dong Young
Kim Young Chan as young Kim Dong Young
Chun Jung Myung as Jang Bin
Eun Won Jae as young Jang Bin
Jun In Taek as Joon Hee’s father
Lee Mi Young as Joon Hee’s mother
Song Ok Sook as Lee Yang Ja (Kang Hee’s mother)
Lee Hye Young as Jang Bong Sil (Bin’s mother, fashion designer)
Choi Il Hwa as Kim Hong Seok (Dong Young’s father)
Hyun Young as Ha Yeon Kyung
Kim Byung Choon as Bang Yook Sung
Kim So Yun (김소연) as Oh Sang Hee
Lee Byung Joon
Jung So Young
Lee Eun
Bae Soo Bin
Jo Kye Hyung
Kim Joon Sung

Production Credits
Director: Lee Jae Kyu
Writer: Jung Sung Hee
Production: Kim Jong-Hak Production

A Man Called God

Juni 6, 2010

Title: 신이라 불리운 사나이 / Shinira Bulriwoon Sanai
Also known as: A Man Called God
Genre: Romance
Episodes: 24
Broadcast network: MBC
Broadcast period: 2010-Mar-06 to 2010-May-23
Air time: Saturday & Sunday 21:45

Synopsis :
Michael King vows to revenge his parents’ death. He believes that he can use his power as head of an underground drug kingpin to punish those who hurt him. However, his beliefs are shaken when he falls in love with a reporter named Jin Bo Bae.

Cast :
Song Il Gook as Michael King / Choi Kang Ta
Han Chae Young as Jin Bo Bae
Kim Min Jong as Hwang Woo Hyun
Han Go Eun as Vivian Castle
Chu Ja Hyun as Seo Mi Soo
Yoo In Young as Jang Mi
Jo Jin Woong as Jang Ho
Jung Han Yong as Jang Yong
Lee Jae Yong as Hwang Dal Soo
Jung Dong Hwan as Lee Hyung Sub
Kim Yong Gun as Kang Tae Ho
Lee Won Jong as Park Hong Choon
Shin Bum Do (신범도) as Dennis
Lee Bo Hee as Han Soo Ra
Kim Min Ji as Hye Jung
Baek Il Sub as (Hye Jung’s grandfather)
Maeng Sang Hoon as Seo Tae Jin
Kim Myung Kook
Lee Jung Hoon as Choi Hae Ryong (Choi Kang Ta’s father)
Lee Seung Hyung
Shin Seung Hwan
Lee Won Suk (이원석)
Yoon Bum (윤범)
Jung Eun Woo (정은우)

Production Credits
Original work: Manhwa by Park Gong Sung
Director: Lee Hyung Sun
Screenwriter: Lee Hong Ku

The Ultimate Secret of Warrior

Mei 25, 2010

Title : 猎人笔记之谜
English Title : The Ultimate Secret of Warrior
Year : 2009-2010

Cast :
Jordan Chan
Yuen Wah

Synopsis :
In Russia, a legend circulated: The writer Turgenev book “Hunter notes,” the French version of the manuscript behind the mysterious treasure map, these treasures extremely wealthy, and this manuscript has been showcased at the French National Museum in. Today, the manuscript will be displayed shipment to Russia, a mysterious man to be a big price to steal the manuscript should be one day, and soon thereafter also returned.

At the same time behind the employment of four groups were found in China acrobats Lee Daniel. Li Li Hu and Weiping cattle are brothers of the same door, three in the Wudang martial arts since childhood. He specializes in a variety of stunts, including Jing Gong and ideas moving objects in the museum under tight security, a task that God just needed skills to complete. They defrauded by despicable means to trust Daniel Lee, invited him to Russia to steal a manuscript reality show, is known to promote Chinese martial arts, Li Niu face value.

When he was in danger will ring ring students, where most breathtaking display their effort to get the manuscript when he suddenly realized that this was not a show, everything is true, they are being cheated! However, Lee Daniel manuscript returned, when the top of the museum, from the mysterious men who hired the gunmen hit a shot toward the Showcase, the sound of gunfire, police were dispatched all, Daniel Lee was forced to flee. In his Russian friends help Fedor to return the manuscript to the police station, but was identified at the police station proved that the manuscript is a fake! Daniel Lee did not steal for the manuscript, then the real manuscript in which …

The Legend Of Wong Tai Sin 1986

Mei 24, 2010

Title : 黃大仙
English Title : Legend Of Wong Tai Sin
Opening Theme : “光照萬世” (The Illumination of a Thousand World) by Adam Cheng
Ending Theme : “隨風而逝” (Passing With the Wind) by Adam Cheng
Episodes : 20
Year : 1986
Broadcast : TVB

Cast :
Adam Cheng
Patrick Tse
Kitty Lai
Chong Ching Yee
Sheren Teng
Au-Yeung Pui San
Chan Sau Chu
Xie Lei
Wu Mei Yee
Jim Bing Hei
Lau Kwong

Synopsys :
God of Rain (Adam Cheng) is demoted by the Heavenly Emperor to become an ordinary man. He is then born to a poor family and is named WONG CHOR PING. Proud and strong Prince FEI LUNG (Patrick Tse) has won the affection and confidence of the emperor. One day, PING is put in jail with false allegation and he meets a wizard who grants him magical skills of healing by medicine at there. PING’s medical skill is recognized widely and recommended by the imperial doctor to cure the serious disease for Princess SHEUNG SHEUNG (Chan Sau Chu).

Later on, PING bumps into LUNG who is trying to kill his father. By avoiding revenge, PING flees and lives in seclusion, practicing medicine with the help of fairies. LUNG, on the other hand, comes into possession of an evil sword and begins a tyrannical rule. PING, trying to save the people, strives to fight against LUNG with CHIU KAM SHAN (Au Yeung Pui San) and SO SO (Sheren Tang)…

Memoirs In China

Mei 24, 2010

Title :中國往事
English Title : Memoirs In China
Episode : 42
Director : Li Zhang

Cast :
Athena Chu
Zhang Guo Li
Song Jia
Zhu Yu Chen
Qia Er
Wu Yu
Hou Xiang
Zhao Li Biao

Description :
This 42-episode historical drama is just the first part of a planned 100-episode epic series. Adapted from the novel Green River Daydreams by noted Chinese writer Liu Heng (who also wrote the original novel of Judou), Memoirs in China tells the stories of two rich families in late-Qing dynasty China, when the country was in turmoil. Popular Mainland actor Zhang Guoli, who also serves as producer, plays the paranoid patriarch of the Cao family. He arranged his western-educated son to marry the daughter of the Zhengs, only to have sown seeds of conflict between the two clans. Memoirs in China is a big-budget production that costs well over 50 million yuan. It is directed by Zhang Li of Towards the Republic fame, and co-stars Hong Kong actress Athena Chu, Mainland actor Zhu Yuchen and actress Song Jia (junior).

The story happened in the late Qing Dynasty (1800s), the last feudal monarchy in China. A Swedish technician Lucas followed his friend Guanghan to China; Guanghan is the second son of Cao’s family which is the richest in the town. They decided to attempt something ambitious in China – launching a match factory.

On the cruise to China, Lucas encountered Guanghan’s fiancée Yunan, a modern Chinese lady with western education. A legendary story started. However, their love was much in conflict with social norms and standards at that time. When a foreign man loves a Chinese lady from a traditionally Chinese family, could they win the battle against a culture with 5000 years’ history?


Three Kingdoms

Mei 22, 2010

Title: 三国 / San Guo
English title: Three Kingdoms
Also known as: 三国演义 (San Guo Yan Yi) / Romance of the Three Kingdoms / The Story of Three Kingdoms
Genre: Historical drama
Episodes: 95
Broadcast network: CCTV, Jiangsu TV, Anhui TV, Chongqing TV, Tianjin TV
Broadcast period: 2010-May-01
Related TV series: See San Guo Yan Yi

Cast :
Chen Jian Bin as Cao Cao
Yu He Wei as Liu Bei
Zhang Bo as Sun Quan
Lu Yi as Zhu Ge Liang
Nie Yuan as Zhao Yun
Yu Rong Guang as Guan Yu
Ruby Lin as Sun Shang Xiang
Victor Huang as Zhou Yu
Chen Hao as Diao Chan
Peter Ho as Lu Bu
Ni Da Jong as Si Ma Yi

Eastern Han
Luo Jin as Emperor Xian of Han
Xiao Ding Dong as Emperor Xian of Han (Young)
Bai Hui as Consort Dong
Gao Bao Song as Dong Cheng
Zheng Tian Yong as Wang Yun
Ren Xue Hai as Ji Ping
Lü Xiao He as Dong Zhuo
Song Chong Dong as Li Ru
Gong Zhi Xi as Guo Si
Sun Hong Tao as Chen Gong
Yan Pei as Yuan Shu
Xu Wen Guang as Yuan Shao
Liu Long as Yuan Tan
Han Wen Liang as Yuan Shang
Lan Tian as Yuan Xi
Xu Tao as Tian Feng
Han Zhen Guo as Guo Tu
Li Xu as Yan Liang
Wang Lan Chuan as Wen Chou
Chen Fu Sheng as Ji Ling
Ning Sheng as Ma Teng
Lang Sha as Han Sui
Wang Bao Gang as Gong Sun Zan
Ji Cheng Gong as Liu Biao
Cao Xi Wen as Lady Cai
Qiu Shuang as Liu Zong
Tong Han as Tao Qian
Zhao Xuan as Tao Gong Yi
Li Da Guang as Zhang Lu
Lu Dong Fu as Yang Song
Lu Lu as Zhang Ren
Cai Jun as Hua Tuo
Ying Qiang as Han Xuan
Li Cheng as Bao Long
Ding Xiao Nan as Hua Xiong
Zhao Bing Kui as Lu Bo She
Wang Shi Gui as Liu Du
Yang Tong as Liu Xian
Wang Wen Tao as Xing Dao Rong

Cao Wei
Bai Yu as Lady Bian
Guo Ji Yun as Cao Song
Yu Bin as Cao Pi
Yang Guang as Cao Ren
Li Gen as Cao Zhang
Li Ji Chun as Cao Zhi
Yang De Min as Cao Rui
Wang Di as Empress Guo
Zhao Jin as Cao Zhen
Xia Xin as Cao Shuang
Li Dai Qing as Cao Hong
Li Qi Long as Xia Hou Yuan
Cheng Xiang Yin as Zhang Liao
Chen Wei as Xu Huang
Guo Tao as Xu Chu
Tan Jian Chang as Zhang He
Wu Ke Gang as Yu Jin
Zeng Guo Xin as Li Dian
Tian Xiang as Pang De
Xu Xiao as Liu Dai
Wang Ling Xin as Guo Jia
Jiang Chang Yi as Cheng Yu
Li Jian Xin as Xun Yu
Lu Ji Dong as Chen Gui
Zhang Xing as Guo Huai
Sun Hai as Chen Qun
Xu Mao Mao as Xu You
Jin Yi as Yang Xiu
Zhang Xi Qian as Hua Xin
Li Mu Ge as Jiang Gan
Liu Bing Yu as Wang Lang
Liu Dan as Cai Mao
Guo Miao Xin as Cai Zhong
Li Fang Yao as Cai He
Li Ya Tian as Sun Li
Liu Guo Guang as Si Ma Zhao
Wang Huan as Wang Ping
Ge You Yuan as Li Feng
Yao Gang as Xu Shu
Li Yi Xiao as Jing Shu

Shu Han
Shang Yi Sha as Lady Mi
Tang Zi Di as Lady Gan
Wang He Ming as Liu Shan
Fan Guan as Liu Qi
Li Yue Min as Liu Zhang
Du Xu Dong as Pang Tong
Zhang Xin Hua as Fa Zheng
Fan Jin Lun as Guan Ping
Wei Zhi as Guan Xing
Kang Kai as Zhang Fei
Cai Jin as Zhang Bao
Song Lai Dao as Huang Zhong
Chen Yi Lin as Ma Chao
Xia Tian as Ma Dai
Ye Peng as Jiang Wei
Li Xu as Yan Yan
Wang Xin Jun as Wei Yan
Zheng Shi Ming as Ma Su
Zhang Jiao Yang as Zhou Cang
Yang Rui as Sun Qian
Sun Wan Qing as Huang Quan
Hong Pang Zi as Mi Fang
Liu Ya Jin as Zhang Song
Guan Zi Qian as Ma Liang
Chen Shan Shan as Yang Yi
Dong Zhi Yong as Fan Jiang
Piao Lan as Lady Fan
Fan Shi De as Pu Jing
Deng Li Ming as Li Yan

Eastern Wu
Fan Yu Lin as Sun Jian
Kang Qun Zhi as Lady Wu
Sha Yi as Sun Ce
Ji Bing Jun as Sun Huan
Zheng Wei as Sun Quan (Young)
Liu Jing as Da Qiao
Shen Jie as Zhang Zhao
Zhao Ke as Xiao Qiao
Huo Qing as Lu Su
Chang Cheng as Lu Meng
Shao Feng as Lu Xun
Liu Kui as Huang Gai
Zhong Ming He as Cheng Pu
Xia Xiao Long as Gan Ning
Jiang Yi as Ding Feng
Hou Jie as Zhou Tai
Liu Jun as Han Dang
Han Lei as Pan Zhang
Cao Yi as Zhu Ge Jin
Yang Rui as Xue Zong
Jia Xiang as Lu Ji
Zhao Shui Jing as Zhou Shan
Liao Wei Li as Jia Hua
Sun Yan as Xu Sheng

Wu Qiong as Miao Ze
Qi Huai as Yu Lang
Wang Shi Jun as Shui Jing
Zhu Lei as Zhu Ran
Hu Zi as Cai Yang
Zhao Fan as Cu Zhou
Wang Guo Gang as Zhao Fan
Wang Jin Jun as Cheng De Kou
Dai Qi Wen as Shen Yi
Lang Zi as Cai Yang
Zhang Qi Fu as Yan Jun
Wang Dao Sheng as Fu Jun
Yan Xiao as Chen Ying
Da Lin as Niu Jin
An Peng Ze Yu as Cao Cong
Er Hou as Kong You
Shao Yue Heng as Xun An
Zhao Lei as Cao Bao
Ding Dong as Qing Tong
Ding Xiao Wei as Chen Ying
Chen Hou Xing as Geng Ji
Qin Fan Xiang as Guo Hao
Chen Bing as Kong Fang
Zhao Da Cheng as Si Ma Shi

Production Credits
Original writing (novel): Romance of the Three Kingdoms by Luo Guan Zhong
Screenwriter: Zhu Su Jin
Chief producers: Yang Xiao Ming (杨晓明), Li Shu (李姝), Zhang Shen Yan (张申燕)
Director: Gao Xi Xi

Treacherous Waters

Mei 22, 2010

Title: 逆水寒 / Ni Shui Han
Also known as: Cool Sword / Treacherous Waters
Genre: Wuxia
Episodes: 40
Broadcast network: CTV
Broadcast year: 2004
Related TV series: See Si Da Ming Bu

Synopsis :
Ni Shui Han is a wuxia drama that combines the delicacy of the characters’ internal struggles with martial arts. Based on Wen Rui An’s original novel, Ni Shui Han follows the journey of Qi Shao Shang in his quest to find the truth behind his sword, Ni Shui Han. Gu Xi Zhao is the antagonist in this story. He pursues Qi Shao Shang in hopes of stopping him before he finds the truth of the sword. The characters, in their clashes and struggles, weigh the importance of loyalty and justice and the meaning of love and life. Ni Shui Han examines several layers of human feelings and the meaning of life for the characters. It is much more than just a martial arts drama; it is a touching story about truth and life. — NovaMania

Cast :
Julian Cheung as Qi Shao Shang
Wallace Chung as Gu Xi Zhao
Song Jia as Fu Wan Qing (Gu Xi Zhao’s wife)
Ben Wong as Tie Shou
Li Xiao Ran as Xi Hong Lei
Yu Na as Ruan Ming Zheng
Li Hai Tao as Lei Juan

Production Credits
Original writing (novel): Wen Rui An
Screenwriter: Wen Hao Jie (温豪杰)
Director: Ju Jue Liang

A Fistful of Stances

Mei 22, 2010

Title: 鐵馬尋橋
Cantonese/Mandarin title: Tit Ma Chum Kiu / Tie Ma Xun Qiao
English title: A Fistful of Stances
Previously known as: Iron Horse Seeking Bridge
Genre: Kung Fu
Episodes: 25
Broadcast network: TVB
Broadcast period: 2010-Mar-17 to 2010-Apr-18
Air time: Monday to Friday 21:30 – 22:30 (Finale on Saturday)
Opening theme song: Pondering Under the Snow (雪下思) by Kevin Cheng

Synopsis :
Au-Yeung Wai-Lan (Yuen Qiu), owner of a martial arts training school, is reunited with her long-lost son Goo Yu-Cheung (Kevin Cheng) after years of agonizing separation. On his return home, Cheung is shocked to find that his younger brother Goo Yu-Tong (Kenneth Ma) has been critically ill and that his father was murdered long ago by Wing Dak (Lam Ka Wah), the existing director of a pharmaceutical company and a bitter old foe of the Goo family. Cheung has never been into kung-fu but shows glimpses of his potential when he strikes back at the impudent, arrogant Wing Man-Gwan (Jacky Heung), also the son of Wing Dak. Pinning all her hopes on Cheung, Wai-Lan not only teaches him a special set of kung-fu skills created by the family, but also registers for him for the Guangdong Boxing Championship Tournament. Out of the blue, Cheung’ s opponent in the final turns out to be Man-Gwan.

Cheung starts losing his bearings after achieving growing success and recognition in the field of martial arts. Caught up in the love triangle between was his adopted sister Ying Ngan-Ming (Natalie Tong), his dream girl Chow Bing-Bing (Nancy Wu) and himself, Cheung is utterly confused and exhausted, which later causes his failure in the final tournament.

Cast :
Koo Family
Yuen Qiu as Au Yeung Wai Lan 歐陽惠蘭
Tavia Yeung as young Au Yeung Wai Lan
Kevin Cheng as Koo Gin Sing 顧堅誠 / Koo Yu Jeung 顧汝章
Kenneth Ma as Koo Yu Tong 顧汝棠
Stephen Wong as Koo Yu Yan 顧汝仁
Natalie Tong as Ying Ngan Ming 應雁鳴
Shirley Yeung as Koo Man Guen 顧文娟
Alex Lam as Koo Yu Leung 顧汝良

Au Yeung Family
Chung King Fai as Au Yeung Biu 歐陽彪
Eileen Yeow as Ho Hor Fa 侯荷花
Lee Sing Cheung as Au Yeung Cheung 歐陽昌

Wing Family
Dominic Lam as Wing Dak 榮德
Kara Hui as Jeung Seung Ju 蔣上珠
Selena Li as Wing Ji Ching 榮芷晴
Jacky Heung (向佐) as Wing Man Gwan 榮萬鈞
Angel Chiang as Wing Ji Yau 榮芷悠

Chow Family
Nancy Wu as Chow Bing Bing 周冰冰
Angela Tong as Chow Fong Fong 周芳芳
Ram Tseung as Leung Jam 梁湛
Janet Chow (周家蔚) as Fan Nui 芬女

Eric Li as Tam Jung 譚忠
Helen Ma as Ma Hoi Lun 馬海倫
Jack Wu as Ho Hau Yin 何浩然
Jason Pai as Yau Guk Jeung 邱局長
Yu Tze Ming as Doctor Chan 陳大夫
Simon Lo as Chan Bok Man 陳博文
Gordon Siu as Ngan Fu
Daniel Kwok
Dia Yiu Ming as Pai Cheung 排長
Cheung Han Mo as Apprentice Bo 阿寶
Alex To as Apprentice Kan 阿勤
Ho Jun Hin as Apprentice Gin 阿健
Cheung Siu Chin as Apprentice Tin 阿田
Law Tin Chi as Henchman Dat 阿達
Ho Kin Man as Henchman Yik 阿易
Lai Tung Hong (黎桐康) as Henchman San 阿山
Hui Ming Ji as Apprentice Kui 阿駒
Hoffman Cheng as Captain Lau 劉隊長
Lee Hoi Sang (李海生) as Organizer Chow 周會長
Kong Hon as Organizer Chui 徐會長
Lam King Kong as Master Wu 胡師父
Cheng Ka Sang as Master Sui 水師父
Siu Cheuk Hiu as Master Ting 廷叔
Chiu Sek Man (招石文)
Sam Kit Yi (岑潔儀) as Wing Ji Yau’s classmate
Ching Wai (菁瑋) as Siu Man 小敏
Kwong Chor Fai as Doctor Law 羅醫生
Ling Lai Man as Wing family’s peasant
Choi Chung Wing (蔡宗榮)
Au Wing Hin (歐榮顯)
Tang Sui Wa (鄧瑞華)

Oh! My Lady

Mei 22, 2010

Title: 오! 마이 레이디 / Oh! My Lady
Genre: Romance, comedy
Episodes: 16
Broadcast network: SBS
Broadcast period: 2010-Mar-22 to 2010-May-11
Air time: Monday & Tuesday 20:55

Synopsis :
A spunky 35-year-old housewife, Yoon Gae Hwa, takes on the job of manager to prickly top star Sung Min Woo in order to earn enough money to regain custody of her child from her ex-husband. Romantic hijinks and hilarity ensues when they find themselves in an awkward living situation as Min Woo pays Gae Hwa to take care of his daughter, Ye Eun.

Cast :
Chae Rim as Yoon Gae Hwa
Choi Si Won as Sung Min Woo
Lee Hyun Woo as Yoo Shi Joon
Park Han Byul as Hong Yoo Ra
Moon Jung Hee as Han Jung Ah
Yoo Seo Jin as Lee Bok Nim
Yoo Tae Woong as Kim Byung Hak
Bang Joon Seo as Kim Min Ji
Kim Yoo Bin (김유빈) as Sung Ye Eun
Heo Joon Suk as Choi Tae Goo
Kim Kwang Gyu as Han Min Kwan
Kim Hee Won as Jung Yoon Suk
Hwang Hyo Eun as Oh Jae Hee
Hong Jong Hyun as Kim Jin Ho
Lee Dae Yeon as Eom Dae Yong
Chu Hun Yub as Chae Ho Suk
Seo Myung Kyu (서명규) as Min Woo’s friend
Kim Hee Joon (김희준) as Min Woo’s security guard
Yeo Ji Hyo as high school student
Jessica as herself (cameo, ep7)
Hyo Yun as herself (cameo, ep7)
Choi Soo Young as herself (cameo, ep7)
Lee Han Wie as director (cameo, ep1)
Jun Hye Jin as actress (cameo, ep1)
Na Young Hee as Gae Hwa’s former boss (cameo, ep1)

Production Credits
Director: Park Young Soo
Screenwriter: Goo Sun Young (구선영)

Mr Goodbye

Mei 22, 2010

Title: 미스터 굿바이 / Mr. Goodbye
Alternate Titles: 야수와 마녀 / Wild Beast and the Witch / The Beast and the Witch
Genre: Romance/Comedy
Episodes: 16
Broadcast network: KBS2
Broadcast period: 2006-May-22 to 2006-Jul-18
Air time: Monday & Tuesday 21:55

Synopsis :
Yoon Hyun Suh (played by Ahn Jae Wook) is an adoptee who grows up in the United States. He becomes successful as a top manager of a hotel chain. He is assigned to do business in Korea. He falls in love with Choi Young In (played by Lee Bo Young), a sassy concierge from the hotel he is assigned to. There is trouble still looming because Kang Soo Jin (played by Oh Yoon Ah) who is Hyun Suh’s best friend’s ex-wife comes back with vengeance in mind. The three become entagled in this love triangle.

Cast :
Ahn Jae Wook as Yoon Hyun Suh
Lee Bo Young as Choi Young In
Oh Yoon Ah as Kang Soo Jin
Jo Dong Hyuk as Kyle

Extended Cast
Ahn Sun Young as Hwang Chan Sung (Empire Hotel front desk clerk, 30)
Jo Dal Hwan as Choi Jae Dong (Choi Young In’s brother)
Kang Yi Suk as Soo Jin’s son
Kim Kwang Kyu as Kwon Bok Haeng (Chief, guest room department, 45)
Lee Hee Do as Choi Young Kyu (Young In’s father)
Lee Hye Sook as Mi Hee (Young In’s mother, 49)
Jo Jae Wan
Seo Yoon Ah
Kim San Ho
Jung Sung Mo
Han Young Kwang



Mei 22, 2010

Title: 제중원 (濟眾院) / Jejoongwon
Genre: Medical, Historical
Episodes: 36
Broadcast Network: SBS
Broadcast period: 2010-Jan-04 to 2010-May-04
Air time: Monday & Tuesday 21:55

Synopsis :
Jejoongwon is the first modern hospital in Korea established in the Joseon era in 1885. Baek Do Yang is a nobleman who gives up his status to enter its ranks. Hwang Jung is a butcher’s son who becomes a physician, while Seok Ran enters Jejoongwon as an interpreter but takes on medical training to become a doctor.

Cast :
Park Yong Woo as Hwang Jung
Cha Jae Dol as young Hwang Jung
Han Hye Jin as Yoo Seok Ran
Yeon Jung Hoon as Baek Do Yang
Sean Richard as Doctor Allen
Kang Nam Gil as Watanabe
Jang Hyun Sung as Min Young Ik
Yoo Tae Woong as Kim Ok Gyun
Kim Seung Wook as Hong Young Shik
Jang Hang Sun as Hwang Jung Byu
Cha Hwa Yun as Hwang Jung Mo
Jung Suk Yong as Lee Kwak (Jak Dae)
Suh In Suk as Baek Tae Hyun
Lee Hyo Jung as Baek Kyu Hyun
Kwon Hae Hyo as Oh Chung Hwan
Yoon Gi Won as Yoon Je Wook
Won Ki Joon as Jung Po Gyo
Kim Gab Soo as Doctor Yoo (Seok Ran’s father)
Geum Bo Ra as Seok Ran Mo
Seo Hye Rin (서혜린) as Kim Mak Saeng
Kim Gyu Jin (김규진) as Chil Bok
Ricky Lee Neely as He Ron
Do Ki Suk as Mong Chong
Yoo Hye Jung as Park So Sa
Kim Tae Hee (김태희) as Mi Ryung
Shin Ji Soo as Nang Rang
Song Young Gyu (송영규) as Go Jang Geun
Choi Jong Hwan as Emperor Gojong
Seo Yi Sook (서이숙) as Empress Myeongseong
Jung Kyu Soo as Japanese minister
Lee Sang Yoon as Ji Seok Young
Ki Tae Young as Jwa Ui Jung’s son (ep22)
Kim Ho Chang as Ui Saeng
Yoon Seo Hyun
Heo Joon Suk

Production Credits
Director: Hong Chang Wook
Screenwriter: Lee Ki Won (이기원)

The Birth of the Rich

Mei 22, 2010

Title: 부자의 탄생 / Bujaeui Tansaeng
Also known as: The Birth of the Rich / Birth of a Rich Man
Genre: Romance
Episodes: 20
Broadcast network: KBS2
Broadcast period: 2010-Mar-01 to 2010-May-04
Air time: Monday & Tuesday 21:55

Synopsis :
The drama follows the story of a man, Choi Suk Bong, who believes that he is actually the son of a rich father and heir to a chaebol group. He meets Lee Shin Mi, who is actually a chaebol heir but acts nothing like one, with her scrimping and frugal ways. Although they get off to a rocky start, with her help, he struggles towards his goal of attaining wealth.

Cast :
Ji Hyun Woo as Choi Suk Bong
Lee Bo Young as Lee Shin Mi
Lee Si Young as Boo Tae Hee
Nam Goong Min as Choo Woon Suk
Shin Da Eun as Han So Jung
Jung Joo Eun (정주은) as Secretary Yoon
Yoon Joo Sang as Lee Joong Hun
Kim Eung Soo as Boo Kwi Ho
Park Young Ji as Choo Young Dal
Kim Dong Kyoon as Team Leader Yoo
Ok Ji Young as Bang Soo Jin
Sung Ji Roo as Woo Byung Do
Kim Ki Bang as Park Kang Woo
Park Min Ji as Kang Sook
Jang Yoo Joon as Woo Boong Eo
Kim Mi Kyung as (Kang Woo’s mother)
Jung Han Yong as (Kang Woo’s father)
Lee Han Wie as Teriah Park
Park Chul Min as Hotel Captain
Jang Tae Sung as Hotel bellman
Son Ho Young as Suk Bong’s chaebol father (cameo)
Lee Won Jong as Suk Bong’s middle school maths teacher (cameo)
Choi Song Hyun as Suk Bong’s mother (cameo)

Production Credits
Producer: Lee Han Ho
Director: Lee Jin Suh
Screenwriter: Choi Min Ki (최민기)


Mrs. Town

Mei 22, 2010

Title: 미세스 타운 남편이 죽었다 / Mrs. Town Nampyeoni Jugeotda
Also known as: Mrs. Town, Her Husband Died
Genre: Drama, romance
Episodes: 12
Broadcast network: tvN
Broadcast period: 2009-Nov-13 to 2010-Jan-29
Air time: Friday 24:00

Synopsis :
Seo Hong Joo, a beautiful and elegant retired movie star seemingly in the prime of her life. Oh Da Jung, a warm-hearted restaurant owner. Ahn Bo Bae, who spends her life working for her husband and children, feeling neglected but unable to do anything whenever her husband has an affair. Plastic beauty Jackie Jung, whose goal is to snag a rich husband. These women have only one thing in common: their loveless lives. There are times when the married woman cannot help but think, “What if my husband dies?” But what will happen if this comes true?

Cast :
Oh Hyun Kyung as Seo Hong Joo
Song Sun Mi as Oh Da Jung
Lee Ah Hyun as Ahn Bo Bae
Choi Song Hyun as Jackie Jung
Lee Suk Joon as Min Chang Wook
Kim Byung Choon as (Jackie’s husband)
Tae Hwang as Deong Chi
No Min Woo
Kwon Min

Production Credits
Director: Lee Min Chul (이민철)
Screenwriter: Oh Hyun Ri (오현리)


Because Of You (Fairytale Under the Starlight)

Mei 22, 2010

Title: 星光下的童話 / Xing Guang Xia De Tong Hua
English title: Because Of You
Also known as: Fairytale Under the Starlight
Genre: Romance
Episodes: 14
Broadcast network: CTS
Broadcast period: 2010-Jan-31 to 2010-May-09
Air time: Sunday 22:00-23:30
Opening theme song: Ai Shi Guan Jian (愛是關鍵) Love is Critical by Lego Li
Ending theme song: Yin Wei Ni (因為你) Because of You by Lego Li

Synopsis :
Sun Fan is a stunt double who dreams of becoming a big star. When he suspects Fang Zi Hao, a famous singer, trying to steal his girlfriend, he beats the living daylight out of Fang. His attack against Fang incurs the wrath of Yu You Tong, who is a die-hard Fang fan. She mobilizes the fan base to attack him online. But to her dismay, instead of ruining him, the internet makes him an overnight star as people praise his skillful fighting moves. Because of one fight, four strangers suddenly become entangled in more ways than one.

Cast :
Baron Chen as Sun Fan 孫帆
Megan Lai as Yu You Tong 于佑彤
Lego Li as Fang Zi Hao 方子浩
Tanaka Chie as Xing Ye Zhen 星野真 (Hoshino Shin)
Luo Bei An as Sun Yu 孫宇
Wang Cai Hua (王彩樺) as Lin Yu Yun 林玉雲
Bai Yun (白雲) as Yu Qing Gong 于慶功
Ben Bai as Ben
Quack Wu (吳忠明) as Lin Zheng Ming 林正明
Xin Yang (新陽) as Xin Yang 新陽
Kang Xiang (康祥) as Xiao Pang 小胖
Chen Shi Ying (陳詩穎) as Yu You Qi 于佑琪
Zhang Xin Yan (張心妍) as Tang Xiao Qi 唐筱齊
Jatfei Wong as Sun Wang 孫旺
Huang Jian Wei as Zhou Tian Li 周天力
Ge Lei (葛蕾) as Yan Meng Ping 嚴夢萍
Allen Chao as Wu Guo Liang 吳國良
Renzo Liu as Mai Wen 麥問
Fan Guang Yao as Yan Xi Jing 言汐京

Special Appearance
Alice Ceng as Ceng Kai Xuan 曾愷玹


Once Upon A Time In Tokyo

Mei 22, 2010

Title : Shukumei 1969 – 2010 – Once Upon A Time In Tokyo

Cast :
Kazuki Kitamura
Eiko Koike
Misa Uehara
Yoshihiko Hosoda
Keiko Matsuzaka
Ken Tanaka
Eiji Okuda
Kyoko Mano

The story depicts a man who goes forward aiming at the top in high society that filled with greed.

The Yang’s Saga 1985

Mei 8, 2010

Title: 楊家將
Cantonese title: Yeung Ka Jeung
English title: The Yang’s Saga
Genre: Wuxia
Episodes: 6
Broadcast network: TVB
Broadcast period: 1985-Sep-23 to 1985-Sep-27
Air time: Monday to Friday 19:05-20:00

Cast :
Michael Miu
Felix Wong
Andy Lau
Tony Leung
Ken Tong
Chow Yun Fat
Francis Ng
Margie Tsang
Carina Lau
Maggie Siu
Angie Chiu
Maggie Cheung
Amy Hu
Lau Siu Ming
Felix Lok
Cheung Ying Choi
Lee Kwok Lun
Kwok Fung

Description :

“The Yang’s Saga”, was another TVB Anniversary series and contained almost all of the 1980′s talented stars together in one TVB Series. Other stars who are missing from the cast list above include, Cheung Man Yuk, Chong Ching Yee, Cheung Yul Ling, Siu Mei Kei, and To Tai Yu amongst others.

“The Yang’s Saga”, is the first of a two part series and was only 6 episodes long. The sequel was “Female of the Yang Warriors”, which I have never seen. Lau Tak Wah was the main lead in this series as Yang Yin Chiu and was the only male Yang warrior to remain alive and stay with the family. Miu Kiu Wai was the fourth son, Yang Yin Fai, who later marries a Liao princess. Wong Yat Wah, was Yang Yin Tak, who becomes a monk after being injured in battle. Leung Chiu Wai was Yang Yin Ji a diete sent to help the Yang family fight against the Liao Dynasty. Tong Chun Yip plays Bat Wong the Lord of the Sung Dynasty.

Lau Ka Ling plays Princess Chai. Tsang Wah Sin plays a diete who is banish to earth and becomes a mountain robber Do Gum Ngo. Au Yeung Pai San, Seung Tin Ngor, Mo Sun Kwan, Kung Chi Yan, and Jie Ling plays the wifes of the sons of the Yang family. Yeung Pan Pan and Chow Hoi Mei plays the sisters in the Yang family. Chow Yan Fat plays the mischevious diete Jiu Dong Kwun who is responsible for a lot of the trouble. Chong Ching Yee plays Cocubine Poon and finally Chiu Ngar Chi played a minor role as Goon Yam Dai San.

“The Yang’s Saga”, takes place during the Northern Sung Dynasty (960 – 1127 AD). During this period China was under constant attack from many nomadic tribes. Although a thriving economy the Northern Sung Dynasty never possesed any great military strength. To end a number of wars against the invading tribes, the Sung Dynasty were often forced to sign peace treaties. “The Yang’s Saga”, focuses on the war between the fierce Kithan warriors from the Liao Dynasty taking place around 1017 AD. The first of a number of wars which eventaully led to the the Jurchain invasion from the North and forced the Sung Dynasty to the South.

Nu Hai Siung Sin

Mei 3, 2010

Title : 怒海雄心 (Nu Hai Siung Sin)

Cast :
Huang Hai Bing
Chen De Rong
Li Cai Hua
Gallen Lo

Description :
“Master and Ambition” to the early 17th century upsurge in the background of geopraphical discovery, the story of a revelation in the early years of the Ming Dynasty, European countries have the East merchant fleet, maritime, sea battle of wits between the government and the princes, and punish the bad promote good story. Begin broadcasting only a few days, the quickly rose in the search rankings jump up the heat increases the second play. Helena said, “The first thing I see you love you, magnificent historical background (the Age of Discovery China), derived new (compared to the current flood of spy war drama), acting all good actor, line up, I’m not asked, I was really touched by this show too! There scenes of great friends that play, very “Chinese version of Pirates of the Carribbean” flavor.


Princess Zhuang Ji

Mei 1, 2010

Title : 庄姬公主 (Putri Cuang Ci)
English Title : Princess Zhuang Ji
Episode : 30

Cast :
Chau Ni – Ho Ka Ching (Kenny Ho) – Tu An Chia – Ching Fung-Chuang Chi – Wang Se Ie-Mu Ying Fu Zen – Shi Chia Yen – Chau Wu-Chen Kao Ming-Chen Ing-Shen Kuan Zu-Chau Wen – Ho Lin-Zu Ping – Hu Thien Ke-Sen Chi – Mau Ling Ping Pu Fong _ Yiek Zhe

Sinopsis :
Tahun 590 Sm perang saudara berkecamuk di negara Cina. Sebuah tragedi terjadi di negeri Cina yaitu negara bagian Cina. Atas rujukan Menteri Senior Cao Tun, Menteri Thu Yi dihukum mati Kaisar karena berkomplot dengan musuh luar. Putranya, Thu An Ku dibebaskan dari hukuman untuk dapat meneruskan keturuna keluarga Thu. Menteri Cao Tun bersikap baik kepada An Ku dan ibunya. Kaisar Cin Lin Kung naik tahta pada usia 8 tahun dan memerintah dengan pengawasan menteri senior Cao Tun. Saudara perempuan kaisar Puteri Cuang Ci yang lama berada di negeri Cin pulang ke tanah airnya negeri Cina. Kepulangannya membangkitkan kenangan An Ku tentang masa kecil mereka.

The Vineyard Man

Mei 1, 2010

Title: 포도밭 그사나이 / Podopat Geusanai
Also known as: The Man in the Vineyard
Episodes: 16
Genre: Romance, Comedy
Broadcast network: KBS2
Broadcast period: 2006-Jul-24 to 2006-Sep-12
Air time: Monday & Tuesday 21:55

Synopsis :
In this romantic-comedy, (an adaptation of the book The Vineyard Man by Kim Rang), Yoon Eun Hye plays Lee Ji Hyun, a clothing designer in Seoul, who reluctantly leaves home for one year to work at her grand uncle’s vineyard in a small village. However when arriving in the country, she reunites with a Jang Taek Gi Oh Man Suk, a local resident who had been wrongfully arrested in Seoul by police after Ji Hyun reported having a dress-which she had designed-had been stolen. The two clash frequently as Ji Hyun has a difficult time adjusting to life in the country and working with Taek Gi. However, after many twists and turns Ji Hyun adapts to rustic life while falling in love with Taek Gi.

Cast :
Oh Man Suk as Jang Taek Gi (32)
Lee Soon Jae as Lee Byung Dal (Ji Hyun’s granduncle, 78)

Lee family
Yoon Eun Hye as Lee Ji Hyun (26)
Kim Chang Wan as Lee Hyung Man (father, 53)
Lee Mi Young as Choi Ok Sook (mother, 52)
Jo Gyu Chul as Jee Ho (brother, 18)

Park family
Kang Eun Bi as Park Hong Yi (23)
Lee Sook as Hong Yi’s mom
Yoon Moon Sik as Park Young Kam (Hong Yi’s grandpa, 65)

Other people
Kim Ji Suk as Kim Gyung Min (33)
Jung So Young as Kang Su Jin (30)
Ok Ji Young as Moon Eun Young (Ji Hyun’s friend, 26)
Jang Jung Hee as Lee Jang Daek
Lee Dal Hyung as Oh Young Bae
Bang Eun Hee as Suh Young Ran
Hwang Mi Sun as Han Myung Sook (30)
Sun Woo Yong Nyeo as Song Mal Ja (Myung Sook’s mom, 67)