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Added teasers, stills and updated cast for the upcoming Korean drama "Glory Jane"

2011/09/28 | 1460 views | Permalink | Source

Added teasers, stills and updated cast for the upcoming Korean drama "Glory Jane"

Chun Jung-myung teaser

"Glory Jane" (2011)

Directed by Lee Jung-seob

Written by Kang Eun-kyeong

Network : KBS

With Chun Jung-myung, Park Min-young, Lee Jang-woo, Choi Myung-gil, Son Chang-min, Lee Jin,... More

24 episodes - Wed, Thu 21:55
Previously known as "Man of Honor" on HanCinema.
There is an old proverb saying, "An evil may sometimes turn out to be a blessing in disguise". It means tragedy could bring a reversal at the end. Just like the case of ugly duckling, which turned out to be a beautiful swan, there are always ups and downs in life and everything just goes through after all… This drama brings you the story of Jae-in and Young-gwang. Warm-hearted Yoon Jae-in is a cheery, bright girl who always maintains a positive attitude despite her poor background. Kim Younggwang, former 4th hitter of the major league team, now a minor leaguer, is an innocently confident man who never stops trying his best to re-live past glories. This drama will show you how these young adults deal with life's hardship and grow older to achieve their dreams.

Broadcast starting date in Korea : 2011/10/12

Park Min-myeong teaser


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