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Revenge (부활)

부활 (Boo-hwal)

Directed by Jeon Chang-geun (전창근), Park Chan-hong (박찬홍)

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24 episodes
The main character of the series is portrayed by Um Tae-ung, who acts in double role. He plays twins -- Seo Ha-eun, a detective, and Yoo Shin-hyuk, the scion of a family-owned conglomerate -- who were separated due to a childhood mishap. Ha-eun first learns that he has a twin brother while investigating his father's mysterious death. The two finally chance across each other, but their father's murderers mistake Shin-hyuk for Ha-eun and kill him. Afterwards, Ha-eun disguises himself as Shin-hyuk to avenge his brother.


Eom Tae-woong
Eom Tae-woong portrays two characters. The first character, Seo Ha-eun, is a hot-tempered detective who lost his parents in an accident as a child and was raised by someone else. This upbeat and outgoing guy seems to be ideal in everything, but when he is with his girlfriend, Eun-ha, the love of his life, he acts like a child. The second character, Yoo Shin-hyuk, ends up being a son of a family-controlled conglomerate after his mother's remarriage. He has a cold-headed personality and keeps his heart closed from the outside world to overcome his inferiority complex of being a stepson. He feels guilty about losing his twin brother, and always looks strong on the outside, whereas on the inside he is the weakest person on earth.

So I-hyeon : Lee Kang-joo
This upfront and free-spirited woman is open-minded and unbiased. She works as an intern journalist, and though she has a warm heart, she often looks arrogant in the eyes of others for her self-assertive personality and the fact that she is the daughter of a politician.

Ko Joo-won : Chung Jin-woo
This authoritative, cold-hearted and meticulous man is the vice president of the J&C Group. He tries to look gentle and well-mannered on the outside, but deep inside he is possessed by arrogance and self-confidence.

Han Ji-min : Seo Eun-ha
This smart, upbeat and frank woman is in love with her job. As one who had difficult childhood, she knows how to commiserate with the underprivileged.


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 Produced by
 Hong Seong-deok-I (홍성덕)
 Mo Wan-il (모완일)
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60 min HD 16/9
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Airing dates : 2005/06/01~2005/08/18

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omg, i had such a hard time remembering all the names in this drama. also i found it too depressing, but good overall.
2008-04-01 20:06:41
2007-02-25 03:17:52
It's an out of this world and it's an excellent role. It's about sloving mysteries. I suggest you should watch it.
worth watching for those who likes action ,mystery an da little bit romance
2006-12-03 06:24:43
2006-10-04 21:40:09
i would like to know more about Eom Tae-woong
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