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Korean dramas starting today in Korea

2010/11/06 | 1423 views |  | Permalink | Source

Korean dramas starting today in Korea : "King Geunchogo", "Drama Special - Snail Gosiwon" and "Smile, Mom"

"King Geunchogo" (2010)

Directed by Kim Yeong-jo, Yoon Chang-beom

Written by Jeong Seong-hee, Yoo Seung-ryeol

Network : KBS

With Kam Woo-seong, Kim Ji-soo, Lee Jong-won, Lee Ji-hoon, Ahn Jae-mo, Lee Se-eun,...

Synopsis
70 episodes - Sat, Sun 21:40
The story of King Geun-cho-go who achieved Baekje dynasty's glory days.

Broadcast starting date in Korea : 2010/11/06

 

"Drama Special - Snail Gosiwon" (2010)

Directed by Kim Jin-won-I

Written by Yoon Ji-hee

Network : KBS

With Lee Kyoo-han, Seo Ji-hye, Kim Kwang-gyoo,...

Synopsis
1 episode - Sat 23:15
22nd part of the "Drama Special" series
A female student gets into male-student-only gosiwon (University exam preparation private institue).

Broadcast starting date in Korea : 2010/11/06

"Smile, Mom" (2010)

Directed by Hong Seong-chang

Written by Kim Soon-ok

Network : SBS

With Yoon Jeong-hee, Kang Min-kyeong, Lee Jae-hwang, Lee Mi-sook, Park Won-sook, Ko Eun-mi,...

Synopsis
Sat, Sun 20:50
Actress Yoon Jeong-hee plays a kind daughter-in-law who is betrayed by her husband. Her husband enters the race for Congressman and she runs against him.

Broadcast starting date in Korea : 2010/11/06

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