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Drama Review | Fugitive Plan B


Details
* Title: 도망자: Plan B / Do Mang Ja: Plan B
* Also Known as: Runaway: Plan B
* Genre: Action, romance, comedy
* Episodes: 20
* Broadcast Network: KBS2
* Broadcast period: 2010-Sep-29 to 2010-Dec-02
* Air time: Wednesday & Thursday 21:55

Sinopsis
During the Korean War, a vast amount of money disappeared. Now, some 60 years later, the money has reappeared, leading to a frantic chase across the globe. Jin Yi (Lee Na Young) is a seemingly innocent woman who has hidden motives for approaching Ji Woo (Bi). Her plans are complicated by an unexpected romance developing between them, as well as the numerous pursuers hot on their trail. Kieko (Uehara Takako) is a famous Japanese singer who also gets tangled up in a relationship with this man. Little do they know that her father Hiroki (Takenaka Naoto), apart from being a business man, is a powerful yakuza. In this love triangle, who will finally win the love of Ji Woo?

* Bi as Ji Woo
* Lee Na Young as Jin Yi / Jini K.
* Lee Jung Jin as Chief Detective Do Soo
* Yoon Jin Seo as Detective Yoon So Ran
* Daniel Henney as Kai
* Sung Dong Il as Nakamura Hwang
* Yoon Son Ha as Hwang Mi Jin
* Takenaka Naoto as Hiroki (Kieko’s father)
* Uehara Takako as Kieko
* Gong Hyung Jin as Master Jang
* Josie Ho as Hwa Yi
* Jo Hee Bong as James Bong
* Ti Lung as General Wie
* Song Jae Ho as Yang Doo Hee
* Kim Eung Soo as Yang Young Joon (Doo Hee’s son)
* Danny Ahn as Baek Nam Jung
* Kim Hyung Jong as Detective Kim
* Jung Seung Kyo (정승교) as Detective Lee
* Kim Soo Hyun (김수현) as Detective Park
* Kim Soo Hyun as Sophie / Secretary Im
* Song Shi Yeon (송시연) as Nakamura Hwang’s secretary
* Oh Ji Ho as Kevin (cameo)
* Han Jung Soo as corrupt detective (cameo)
* Lee Jong Hyuk as screening room interpreter (cameo)
* Kwak Hyun Hwa as Ji Woo’s office secretary (cameo)
* Lee Da Hae as Hye Won (cameo)
* MBLAQ (cameo)
* Ahn Suk Hwan (cameo – Ep. 3)

Production Credits
* Director: Kwak Jung Hwan
* Screenwriter: Chun Sung Il

Drama Review | Marry Stayed Out All Night


Details
* Title: 매리는 외박중 / Maerineun Oebakjoong
* Also known as: Marry Me, Mary!
* Genre: Romance, comedy
* Episodes: 16
* Broadcast network: KBS2
* Broadcast period: 2010-Nov-08 to 2010-Dec-28
* Air time: Monday & Tuesday 21:55

Sinopsis
Wi Mae Ri is the cheerful, pragmatic daughter of a failed businessman who had grown used to being constantly on the move to escape from debtors. She becomes fast friends with the free-spirited indie singer Kang Moo Kyul when she nearly ran him over in a car. Meanwhile, her father Wi Dae Han is saved from his debtors by his old friend, Jung Suk, who had just returned from considerable success in the Japanese entertainment industry. Jung Suk, who had harboured a secret love for Mae Ri’s mother, sets up a deal with Dae Han to have Mae Ri marry his son, Jung In. In her desperate to escape this predicament, Mae Ri begs Moo Kyul to pose as her husband, and finds herself in even more trouble than before when her father proposes a 100-day period in which she has to divide her time equally between Moo Kyul and Jung In, after which she has to decide who to marry.

Cast
* Moon Geun Young as Wi Mae Ri
* Jang Geun Suk as Kang Moo Kyul
* Kim Jae Wook as Byun Jung In
* Kim Hyo Jin as Seo Joon
* Park Joon Gyu as Byun Jung Suk (Jung In’s father)
* Park Sang Myun as Wi Dae Han (Mae Ri’s father)
* Lee Ah Hyun as Kam So Young (Moo Kyul’s mother)
* Shim Yi Young (심이영) as Director Bang
* Lee Sun Ho as Lee An
* Kim Min Gyu (김민규) as Ri No
* Geum Ho Suk (금호석) as Yo Han
* Park Chul Hyun (박철현) as Re Oh
* Kim Hae Rim (김해림) as Ji Hye
* Lee Eun as So Ra
* Chae Min Hee (채민희) as Jang PD
* Yoon Yoo Sun as writer

Production Credits
* Chief Producer: Jung Sung Hyo
* Producer: Han Sang Woo (한상우)
* Director: Hong Suk Goo, Kim Young Kyoon (김영균)
* Original writing: Won Soo Yeon (원수연)
* Screenwriter: In Eun Ah

Drama Review | Sungkyunkwan Scandal


Details
# Title: 성균관 스캔들 / Sungkyunkwan Scandal
# Genre: Period, romance, comedy
# Episodes: 20
# Broadcast network: KBS2
# Broadcast period: 2010-Aug-30 to 2010-Nov-02
# Air time: Monday & Tuesday 21:55

Sinopsis
Sungkyunkwan Scandal is set in Sungkyunkwan University in the late Joseon era during the reign of King Jeongjo, revolving around the exploits and love stories of four youths. When her younger brother’s illness worsens and their family is in danger of being evicted from their house for lack of money, Kim Yoon Hee enters the school under his name, disguised as a boy in her desperation to support him. There, she becomes friends with the intelligent and upright Lee Sun Joon, the playboy Goo Yong Ha and rebellious Moon Jae Shin.

Cast
# Micky Yoochun as Lee Sun Joon
# Park Min Young as Kim Yoon Hee
# Song Joong Ki as Goo Yong Ha
# Yoo Ah In as Moon Jae Shin
# Seo Hyo Rim as Ha Hyo Eun
# Kim Min Seo as Cho Sun
# Jun Tae Soo as Ha In Soo
# Kang Sung Pil as Im Byung Choon
# Kim Dong Yoon as Seol Go Bong
# Chae Byung Chan as Kang Moo
# Ahn Nae Sang as Jung Yak Yong
# Park Geun Soo as Yoo Chang Ik
# Kim Ha Kyoon as Choi Shin Mook
# Kim Young Bae as Go Jang Bok
# Im Young Pil as Ham Choon Ho
# Kim Jung Kyoon as Ahn Do Hyun
# Jang Se Hyun as Kim Woo Tak
# Hwang Chan Woo as Bae Hae Won
# Joo Ah Sung as Nam Myung Shik
# Lee In as Park Dal Jae
# Jo Sung Ha as King Jeongjo
# Kim Gab Soo as Left State Minister Lee Jung Moo
# Lee Jae Yong as Ha Woo Kyu (Minister of War)
# Choi Dong Joon as Moon Geun Soo (Minister of Justice)
# Kim Ik Tae as Prime Minister Chae Je Gong
# Kim Mi Kyung as Ms. Jo (Yoon Hee’s mother)
# Han Yun as Kim Yoon Shik (Yoon Hee’s brother)
# Park Dong Bin as the Minister of War’s steward
# Kim Kwang Gyu as Hwang Ga
# Ryu Dam as Soon Dol
# Sung Hyun Joo as Beo Deul
# Im Yoon Jung as Aeng Aeng
# Jung Hye Mi as Seom Seom
# Lee Min Ho as Bok Soo (petty thief)
# Kim Dong Hyun as Bok Dong (page boy)
# Park Chul Min as Hanseongbu official Yoon Hyung Goo
# Lee Dal Hyung as Goo Yong Ha’s father
# Lee Won Jong as shaman Bak Soo (cameo, ep8)
# Oh Na Mi as Hyo Eun’s friend (cameo, ep10)

Production Credits
* Production Company: Raemongraein
* Production Manager: Lee Hyun Wook
* Chief Producer: Kwak Ki Won
* Producer: Yoo Gun Shik
* Director: Kim Won Suk, Hwang In Hyuk
* Original writer: Jung Eun Gwol, novels “The Lives of Sungkyunkwan Confucian Scholars 1 & 2”
* Screenwriter: Kim Tae Hee