RoofTop Prince

Title: 옥탑방 왕세자 / Rooftop Prince
Chinese Title: 屋塔房的王世子 / 阁楼王世子
Also known as: Attic Prince
Genre: Fantasy, Comedy, Romance, Time-Travel
Episodes: 20
Broadcast network: SBS
Broadcast period: 2012-Mar-21 to 2012-May-24
Air time: Wednesday & Thursday Night 21:55
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Synopsis

Tae-mu (Lee Tae-sung), after killing his lost cousin in the United States, returns to Korea, claiming that his cousin, Tae-yong (Park Yuchun), could not be found in New York City. Meanwhile, Tae-mu has been having a secret affair with Se-na (Jeong Yu-mi), his secretary, who, in turn, runs into her long-lost stepsister Park-ha (Han Ji-min). Park-ha has been missing for a prolonged period of time and it is revealed that she was in the US after Se Na abandoned her on the streets at age 9.

Two years after Tae-yong’s disappearance, four men dressed in Joseon era garments, fall onto Park-ha’s rooftop house. Hungry, homeless and having nowhere to go, the four men decide to stick with Park-ha. Their leader claims that he is the Crown Prince of Joseon (Park Yuchun), along with his entourage Scholar Song Man-bo (Lee Min-ho), Personal Bodyguard U Yong-sool (Jung Suk-won), and Palace Eunuch Do Chi-san (Choi Woo-shik). One day, Crown Prince Lee Gak sees Se-na who is the spitting image of his beloved wife, who was found drowned in the 18th century. He is convinced the two are reincarnations of each other. Meanwhile, company president Yeo (Ban Hyo-jung) mistakes Lee Gak for her grandson, Yong Tae Yong, because of their exact same appearance, and believes that her long lost grandson had finally returned. Lee Gak realizes that he has time traveled 300 years to 2012, Seoul, to search for the truth behind the mysterious death of the late Crown Princess. In order to approach Se-na, who is also President Yeo’s personal assistant, Lee Gak pretends that he is Tae-yong. Tae-mu, believing that he already killed his cousin in New York, lives in constant fear of his devious act being discovered by the family and Tae-yong aka Lee Gak who claims not to have remembered the event. Tae-mu has always been jealous of Tae-yong’s favored position in the family.

On the other hand, Park-ha is shocked by the news that her new friend who calls himself the Crown Prince is, in fact, the grandson of CEO. But before long, her feelings for Lee Gak blossom and she is hurt when she finds out that Lee Gak is courting Se-na, who still holds very tender memories of his dead wife. Lee Gak also believes that marrying Se-Na in Seoul year 2012 would bring him closer to solving the mystery of the Crown Princess’ murder in the Joseon era.

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He is the Crown Prince in the Joseon era. Intelligent, kind, wise, cautious and exercises good judgment though a little pompous and prone to think highly of himself, the Crown Prince finds himself time travelling 300 years into the future and confronts considerable challenges as he adapts to 21st century Seoul and Park-ha.
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Strong, resilient and having a optimistic personality, Park-ha has endured many hardships and trials since she was separated from her family at age 9. She has been looking out for herself ever since.
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Park-ha’s gorgeous half-sister. She works as the secretary at the company owned by Tae-Yong and Tae-Mu’s grandmother. Ambitious, intelligent, scheming and vengeful, she has relied on Tae-Mu in the past to advance herself. She loathes Park-ha and has done many things to make her sister’s life difficult.
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Tae-Yong’s cousin and Se-Na’s secret lover. He holds a high position in the company and is not lacking in skills nor industry. But because of his father’s transgression with another woman, there is no blood relation between Tae-yong’s grandmother, who is also the CEO of the company. As a result, Tae-Mu has always been sidestepped in favour of Tae-Yong. Smart and ruthless, he resorts to whatever means necessary to get what he wants. Unlike Se-Na, he has no conscience.
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One of Lee Gak’s entourage. A child prodigy, he has become proficient in all fields of study by age 22. However, because he is an illegitimate child, he cannot sit for any government exams and thus, cannot take a position as officer. Because of the hopelessness of his future prospects, he has abandoned the study of the classics for an immoral lifestyle until Crown Prince Lee Gak enlisted his help to solve the Crown Princess’ murder.
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One of Lee Gak’s entourage. He murdered the nobleman who killed his mother and raped his sister, as well as the nobleman’s guard of about 15 others. He is very skilled with the sword. When later questioned by Lee Gak, he said that he learned to fight in order to protect the innocent, his nation and his king. His intentions are true and the Crown Prince saved him from the executioner’s axe and appointed him as his personal bodyguard.
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One of Lee Gak’s entourage. Smooth with the ladies and skilled with men, Chi-san works at the largest brothel in Joseon. From the palace to the bedroom, Chi-San is wise in the ways of the world. Lee Gak appointed him as Palace Eunuch to discover what the people are saying about the Crown Princess’ murder.
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Plot

18-year-old Kang Gyung-Joon’s (Shin Won-Ho) spirit suddenly finds itself in the body of 30-year-old Seo Yoon Jae (Gong Yoo) . Seo-Yon-Jae is a successful doctor and engaged to high school teacher Gil Da-Ran (Lee Min-Jung). Gil Da-Ran just so happens to be the teacher of 18-year old Kang Gyung-Joon. More problems ensue when 30-year-old Seo Yoon Jae falls in love with another woman (Bae Suzy).

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Da-Ran (Lee Min-Jung), currently preparing to take for her teacher’s exam, goes to a wedding hall to deliver a bouquet. When she hands over the bouquet Da-Ran discovers the bride is a friend of hers. Da-Ran also makes the uncomfortable realization that she wasn’t invited to her friend’s wedding. She stays at the wedding and gives money to the couple as a wedding gift. Da-Ran then eats lunch at the wedding alone. She then receives a phone call that the bouquet was delivered to the wrong bride and she needs to get it back. Da-Ran attempts to catch the bouquet at the end of the wedding, but bumps into a man named Yoon-Jae (Gong Yoo). Due to the bump, Da-Ran falls down the stairs and is hospitalized. As fate has it, her doctor at the hospital is Yoon-Jae, the man she bumped into at the wedding. Their relationship develops into a romantic relationship and one month later they plan to get married.

Now, Da-Ran works as a temporary teacher at a high school, while preparing for her exam to become a teacher. When she goes to work on the bus, she listens to her own story that she wrote in to the radio station. Da-Ran gets off the bus and a young man Gyung-Joon (Shin Won-Ho) gets off at the same bus stop. Da-Ran mistakenly believes the young man likes her. It turns out that Da-Ran took his umbrella on the bus and Gyung-Joon is a student at the high school where she works. High school student Gyung-Joon lived in the United States with his mother, but after his mother died came back to South Korea.

Da-Ran’s wedding approaches and she is excited, but Yoon-Jae acts differently. Yoon-Jae seems to be avoiding Da-Ran. On the day they are to look for a new home, Yoon-Jae calls that he can’t make it and Da-Ran bursts into tears. She asks if Yoon-Jae really loves her or just feels responsible for her and then hangs up. She doesn’t know what to do. Then, her student Gyung-Joon sees her and takes her on a ride on his motorcycle. They go out to a lake, outside of Seoul. While looking at the water, Yoon-Jae calls Da-Ran and tells her that he will give her the answer to her question. Meanwhile, Gyung-Joon gets back on his motorcycle and leaves.

Yoon-Jae drives out to meet Da-Ran by the lake. Meanwhile, Gyung-Joon is leaving the area on his motorcycle. As the two approach each other, an accident occurs in front of them. They both try to avoid the car crash and both drive into the water.

As Yoon-Jae’s car sinks deeper into the water, he manages to get out of the car, but sees high school student Gyung-Joon sinking past him. Yoon-Jae grabs him and goes back up to the surface.

At the hospital, Yoon-Jae is declared dead. Da-Ran rushes to the hospital and cries in front of the hospital mortuary. Then, Yoon-Jae suddenly wakes up. When he sees himself in the mirror he is shocked. He has Yoon-Jae’s body, but his mind is that of high school student Gyung-Joon. He walks out of the mortuary and sees Da-Ran crying in the hallway. Da-Ran is so happy to see Yoon-Jae alive, but he insists that he is Gyung-Joon. Gyung-Joon then wonders where his body is and finds that his body is unconscious and in the hospital. Gyung-Joon starts to panic and walks out of the hospital.

Da-Ran finds out Gyung-Joon’s address and goes there. She finds Yoon-Jae’s body laying down in the high school student’s bed. She realizes that Gyun-Joon’s mind is indeed in the body of her fiance Yoon-Jae.

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Flower Boy Ramyun Shop

  • TV Show: Flower Boy Ramen Shop (literal title)
  • Revised romanization: Ggotminam Ramyeongage
  • Hangul: 꽃미남 라면가게
  • Director: Jung Jung-Hwa
  • Writer: Yoon Nan-Joong
  • Network: tvN
  • Episodes: 16
  • Release Date: October 31, 2011 — December 20,2011
  • Runtime: Mon & Tue 23:00
  • Language: Korean
  • Country: South Korea
  • Ingin mendownload lagu – lagu Flower Boy Ramyun Shop : Flower Boy Ramyun Shop ost .mp3

Synopsis

Cha Chi-Soo (Jung Il-Woo) is the only son for a family that owns Korea’s largest food conglomerate named Chasung. Chi-Soo comes back from New York without telling his father. He looks for a place that his father would not know about, but it isn’t easy to hide from his dad. Chi-Soo hears that one of his friends works a part-time job in the Norangjin area. When he arrives there he is followed by people who works for his father. Chi-Soo rushes into the restroom, but in there is Yang Eun-Bi (Lee Chung-Ah). Eventually, Chi-Soo goes home to talk with his father. He persuades his father not to send him back to America and in return Chi-Soo promises to go back to school.

Yang Eun-Bi (Lee Chung-Ah) is 25-years-old and a senior in college studying physical education. She believes that teaching is the best type of job to have. You don’t have to worry about getting fired and it’s popular with guys. To become a teacher Yang Eun-Bi studies for the teacher certification examination in the Norangjin area. One day, she stops by to see a fortune teller (Kim Hye-Soo). While getting her fortune read she picks out a card with the fate bell ring and kissing. Meanwhile, she goes to the restroom and suddenly Chi-Soo rushes into the restroom. Eun-Bi hears bells ringing, but she already has a boyfriend who is about to be discharged from the army. They met the day before he joined the army and she has waited for him faithfully for 2 years. Yang Eun-Bi tries not to think about the man she met in the restroom.

On the day of her boyfriend’s discharge, Eun-Bi goes to see him, but he has already left. The next day, Eun-Bi goes to school. At the university festival that is occurring that day Eun-Bi sees the guy from the bathroom at the festival. Eun-Bi assumes Chi-Soo is a student at her university. Suddenly, Eun-Bi also sees her boyfriend and one of her schoolmates together. Eun-Bi becomes enraged and throws a water ballon at them. Eun-Bi then walks away and gets into a car which Chi-Soo is in. She pleads with him to drive. After driving away, Chi-Soo parks his car and Eun-Bi begins to cry. Chi-Soo tells her that he doesn’t like women crying and lets her get out of his car.

Eun-Bi decides to focus on becoming a teacher and meeting a good guy. On the way to a teaching session at a high school run by food company Chasung, she meets Chi-Soo again. Eun-Bi assumes Chi-Soo works for the company. She then almost falls down in front of a passing car when Chi-Soo saves her. Eun-Bi, believing he might be the good guy in her future, asks Chi-Soo to date her. Then Eun-Bi sees a bunch of guys wearing the same uniform as Chi-Soo and realizes he is a high school student at the same school where she will intern as a teacher …

Cast

Cha Chi-Soo is a second generation chaebol heir to a food product company. He then becomes involved in running a ramen shop with other beautiful men and a woman. Chi-soo used to making women’s hearts flutter, but it’s a noona (6 years his senior), Eun-bi, who grabs his attention — with her character described as an easygoing physical education teacher-in-training.

Yang Eun Bi is a 25-year-old university student who’s preparing for the civil service exam. She’s a former volleyball player and current gym class student teacher at a high school. Somehow, she ends up running a ramyun shop alongside her high-school-chaebol; Cha Chi Soo, falls into a love triangle with him and a talented chef; Choi Kang Hyuk, and manages the staff of high school pretty boys.

Choi Kang Hyuk is a 27-year-old genius chef. He’s working in a ramyun shop along with some staff of high school pretty boys. He’s the shop’s top chef. He’s involved in a love triangle with Chi Soo and Eun Bi.


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http://asianmediawiki.com/Flower_Boy_Ramen_Shop

http://patrarush.blogspot.com/2011/10/flower-boys-of-ramyun-shop.html

http://coco-repo.blogspot.com/2011_11_01_archive.html

My Fair Lady

  • TV Show: My Fair Lady
  • Revised romanization: Agasshireul Butakhae
  • Hangul: 아가씨를 부탁해
  • Director: Yeong-su Ji
  • Writer: Eun-kyeong Yun, Eun-hee Kim
  • Network: KBS2
  • Episodes: 16
  • Release Date: August 19, 2009 – October 8, 2009
  • Runtime: Wed. & Thu. 21:55
  • Language: Korean
  • Country: South Korea
  • Ingin mendownload lagu – lagu My Fair Lady : Ost. My Fair Lady . mp3

Synopsis

“My Fair Lady” centers around Hye-na Kang (Yoon Eun-Hye), an heiress to the Kang-san Group and owner of the palace known as “Lady Castle.” She lives with her servants as her parents died in a plane accident and her grandfather raised her as a child. Then on day, a young scamp named Dong-chan (Yun Sang-Hyeon) becomes a butler at “Lady Castle” in an attempt to gain Hye-na’s money and heart. Things become even more complicated as rich lawyer Tae-yun (Jeong Il-Woo) steps in-between them …

Cast

  • Yoon Eun-hye as Kang Hye-na

Kang Hye-na owns the ‘Lady Castle’ and lives a ‘princess-like’ life with her servants. Losing her parents in a plane crash at a young age, she had a lonely upbringing, living under the care of her stringent grandfather. So, she neither knows nor feels the emotional warmth from others. For this reason, she is overtly indifferent and oblivious to others’ feelings and situations and totally self-centered. Whenever she opens her mouth, she spills out blunt remarks to no matter who the person is. She has skills leveling any national representative when it comes to horse riding, fencing, and shooting. The only reason she holds these skills is to either humiliate men unworthy of her, or to add awkwardness to conversations.

Until one day, out of pure coincidence, she came across Seo Dong Chan who turned her life upside down. He not only does he caused her do community service, he even kidnapped her and later he became her personal assistant. Even after stepping on him, crushing him and biting him, he still doesn’t run away. She may have finally met her match.

  • Yoon Sang-hyun as Seo Dong-chan

A former gigolo, Seo Dong-Chan gave up entering university and his first love and took the road of the gigolo in order to make money for operations of his mother with acute leukemia. Dong-chan became the best of the best in the gigolo’s world with his dashing looks, eloquent speech, excellent art of living, and great skills of adapting to circumstances. But he dropped the career as soon as his mother passed away. He is in debt for five thousand dollars due to his mother’s operations.

One day, Kang Hye-na showed up and stimulated his competitive spirit. To him, she is one of the most arrogant and impudent daughters in the wealthy upper class families.

Dong-Chan made up his mind to enter the Castle and becomes her butler on the purpose of changing his whole life and cheating Hye-na out of the five thousand which he owed the loan shark.

  • Jung Il Woo as Lee Tae-yoon

Tae-yoon is a human rights lawyer. He rejects the advantages he can take from wealthy life of second generation of Chaebol. He is devoting his life to legal service for the poor in a shabby lawyer’s office. At first, he has no feelings towards Hye-na. However, Tae-yoon slowly gets to know her and he understands that she has her own scar and sorrow in her mind that is not portrayed.

  • Moon Chae-won as Yeo Eui-ju

She has grown up like siblings with Dong-chan. She is a kind of mentor who helps Dong-chan do right things as well as the closest person who worries about him and supports him to get his life on track. Eui-ju’s special interest in him, her unrequited love is hidden.

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49 Days

  • Title: 49일 / 49 Il / 49 Days
  • Chinese Title : 49天
  • Genre: Fantasy, romance
  • Broadcast network: SBS
  • Broadcast period: 2011-Mar-16 to 2011-May-19
  • Air time: Wednesday & Thursday 21:55
  • Ingin mendownload lagu – lagu 49 days : 49 Days ost mp3

Synopsis

Ji-Hyun’s (Nam Gyu-Ri) life seems to be storybook perfect. Her parents adore her and her friends all seem to admire her. Ji-Hyun is also engaged and set to marry her fiance Min-Ho (Bae Su-bin) in just a few days. Meanwhile, Yi-Kyung (Lee Yo-Won) is a woman who is completely distraught over her life after her boyfriend died in an accident, and frequently contemplates suicide. She works the night shift at a convenient store, while sleeping in the afternoons.

On a fateful day, Yi-Kyung gets off a bus and wanders around. She then stands in front of a busy street and attempts to kill herself by walking into oncoming traffic, resulting in a massive car pile up. At that time, somebody saves her life by pulling her back. At this moment, Ji-Hyun, who is driving nearby, fails to hit her brakes and crashes into a semi-trailer truck that has stopped in the middle of the road. Moments later, Ji-Hyun walks out of her car in a daze. She is shocked to see her body being carted into an ambulance. The only person who seems to notice her standing in the road is a man on a motorcycle. The man on the motorcycle is the Scheduler (Jung Il Woo) – an angel of sorts who awaits to take souls to their final destinations.

Ji-Hyun follows her body into the ambulance and watches as the paramedics attempt to revive her body. At the hospital, Ji-Hyun meets the Scheduler again. The Scheduler tells Ji-Hyun that since it was not yet her scheduled time to die, she is given a chance to recover from her vegetative state and live. That is, if she succeeds in fulfilling her mission: she must gather three pure teardrops from three people who truly love her apart from her family within the next 49 days. Ji-Hyun instantly thinks of her fiance and two best friends and is certain she will live again. Ji-Hyun then takes over the body of the suicidal Yi-Kyung in her quest to find three such persons. Ji-Hyun gets a job at a restaurant owned by her high school friend Han Kang (Jo Hyeon Jae).

At this time, Ji-Hyun’s memory starts to return to her. Before the accident, Ji-Hyun remembers going to see her best friend to show the bridesmaid dress she had chosen for her. When she arrived, Ji-Hyun saw her best friend and her fiance sitting intimately together in a car. She was then driving to confront them when the accident occurred. Finally coming to her senses about their betrayal, Ji-Hyun now realizes that it won’t be so easy to find three people who genuinely love her…

Cast

Lee Yo Won as Song Yi Kyung


Nam Gyu Ri as Shin Ji Hyun


Jo Hyun Jae as Han Kang


Bae Soo Bin as Kang Min Ho


Jung Il Woo as scheduler / Song Yi Soo


Seo Ji Hye as Shin In Jung

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http://www.koreandrama.org/?p=7007

http://kadorama-recaps.blogspot.com/2011/04/sinopsis-49-days-episode-10.html

Sungkyunkwan Scandal

 

 

Synopsis

Set in a period where society does not allow females to be educated nor employed, Kim Yoon Hee (Park Min Young) disguises herself as her brother, Kim Yoon Shik, in order to make ends meet for her family. She goes through a series of odd jobs, mainly at a local bookstore, before she gets offered a chance to increase her earn, by becoming a substitute test-taker (an illegal act) for the upcoming entrance examination in the prestigious Sungkyunkwan. She gets caught by the upright Lee Sun Joon (Park Yoo Chun), who later acknowledges Yoon Hee’s talents, and even encourages her to enroll in the university. There, she must bear with the endless mischief of upperclassman Gu Yong Ha (Song Joong-Ki), put up with the constant mood swings of roommate, Moon Jae Shin (Yoo Ah In), avoid getting in trouble with the strict, student body president, Ha In Soo (Jun Tae Soo), keep her secret from being discovered, all the while trying to maintain her growing affections for Lee Sun Joon, at bay.

Together, the four form the “Jalgeum Quartet” (sometimes affectionately also named by fans of the series the “Joseon F4“).

 

Cast

  • Oh Na Mi as Hyo Eun’s friend (cameo, ep10)

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Baby Faced Beauty

  • TV Show: Babyfaced Beauty (International English title)
  • Judul Lain : Youthful Beauty / Pretty Young Woman
  • Revised romanization: Dongahn minyeo
  • Hangul: 동안미녀
  • Director: Lee Jin-Seo, Lee So-Yeon
  • Writer: Oh Sun-Hyung, Jung Do-Yun
  • Episodes: 20
  • Release Date: May 2, 2011 — July 5, 2011
  • Runtime: Mon & Tue 21:55
  • Language: Korean
  • Country: South Korea
  • Ingin tau lirik —-> Ost Baby Faced Beauty

Synopsis

“Baby-faced Beauty” is a romantic-comedy centered around a 34-year-old woman with a babyface as she works to become a fashion designer and overcomes obstacles like having only having a high school diploma and a bad credit history.

Choi Jin-Wook (Daniel Choi) is the heir of the famous Jokbal restaurant with millions of dollars in annual revenue. But, Choi Jin-Wook goes against his father and leaves his parents’ house. Choi Jin-Wook starts to work at another company to accomplish his dream. Against his will, Choi Jin-Wook starts work in the fashion department. With his sweet character he survives there and meets Lee So-Young Lee So-Young (Jang Na-Ra) …

Cast

  • Jang Na Ra as Lee So Young

  • Choi Daniel as Choi Jin Wook

  • Ryu Jin as Ji Seung Il

  • Kim Min Seo as Kang Yoon Seo

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http://vanayya.wordpress.com/2011/11/18/baby-faced-beauty/

http://asianmediawiki.com/Babyfaced_Beauty