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Golden Bride (황금신부)

황금신부 (Hwang-geum-sin-boo)

Directed by Baek Soo-chan (백수찬), Woon Goon-il (운군일)

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64 episodes

Synopsis

On the street of Ho Chi Minh, two people stand out in the crowd, Han-sook (Mi Sook Kim), and her sister-in-law, Gunja, who have come to Vietnam to find a kind, naïve girl to marry Jun-woo. However, they can’t find anyone they like, and as they are about to give up, they are approached by Jin-ju who asks them to take her instead. Han-sook likes the fact that Jin-ju’s father is Korean, and decides to take Jin-ju as her daughter-in-law. However, Jin-ju, who is half-Korean half-Vietnamese, has decided to marry Jun-woo in order to find her birth father. A month later, Jin-ju, who pretends she’s Korean who grew up in Guam, comes to Seoul and marries Jun-woo. Jin-ju meets Jun-woo for the first time on the day of their wedding and falls in love with him. On their wedding night, Jun-woo tells Jin-ju that he cannot love anyone. Jin-ju is heartbroken but begs him to stay with her for at least two years until she gets a green card. Jun-woo agrees to this “contract-style” marriage under one condition: that they do not fall in love with each other…

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    More and more Korean movies, including "Pacemaker" by director Kim Dal-joong that opens next Thursday, are taking on the theme of multiculturalism that is changing the face of Korean society. In 2010, one out of every 10 marriages involved a foreign spouse, while the number of children from multicultural families has grown seven-fold from 25,000 in 2006 to 160,000 in 2010. And this trend is being portrayed more frequently on the silver screen. It was TV dramas that first dealt with the issue. The SBS dramas "Hanoi Bride" (2005) and "Golden Bride" (2007) featured a Korean man who married a Vietnamese woman. But the main focus of those soaps was mostly about the love between a man and a woman that transcended borders. They avoided dealing with the complex issues facing multicultural families. However, recent movies have shown more interest in depicting how families from different social and cultural backgrounds manage in Korean society,...More
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  • [INTERVIEW] Actor Song Chang-ee - Part 2

    2010/04/22, Source,
    Actor Song Chang-ee [Lee Jin-hyuk/10Asia]   10: Tae-sup is a very quiet character. He isn't loud and doesn't say what is unnecessary but it's impressive to see how you depict his emotions so delicately through your eyes or expressions. Song Chang-ee: I think a lot about the situation that is laid out in the script and why that situation is occuring. For example, when Tae-sup becomes flustered running into his uncle after he parts with Kyung-soo in front of his house but hears that his grandfather had been sick, I have to instinctively act surprised. When he is with his mother, he'll clash and get angry with her but suddenly smile for her too, and sometimes he will just brush past Ho-sup (played by Lee Sang-yoon) but also quarrel with him. It's important to show the subtle changes a character's emotions undergo depending on who he or she is with and under what circumstances, but I think it's even more so in the case of Tae-sup. It might not be caught on camera that well sometimes because the changes are so subtle, but it's fun expressing those details,...More
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 Produced by
 Ko Heung-sik (고흥식)
Production
Olive Nine (올리브나인)
Distribution
SBS (SBS)
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60 min HD 16/9
Web site
tv.sbs.co.kr/goldbri...
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Airing dates : 2007/06/23~2008/02/3

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It is really fantastic drama. It gives me knowledge about cultures,socail life and truth. Thanx for making this drama
2009-08-06 04:00:06
2009-07-19 18:16:51
its so nice i love it
this is the sweetest drama i've ever seen..love it sooo much..Song Chang ee n Lee Young ah look perfect together,hopely they become a real couple..
2008-08-31 23:19:50
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