Selasa, 02 Desember 2008



Title: 그들이 사는 세상 / The World That They Live In
Genre: Romance
Episodes: ?
Broadcast network: KBS2
Broadcast period: 2008-Nov
Air time: Mondays and Tuesdays 21:55


This drama is about the process of a television drama production. Jung Ji Oh is a charismatic drama PD whereas Joo Joon Young is a PD who is direct and confident.


* Hyun Bin as Jung Ji Oh
* Song Hye Gyo as Joo Joon Young
* Uhm Ki Joon as Song Gyu Ho

Extended Cast:

* Seo Hyo Rim as Jang Hae Jin
* Bae Jung Ok
* Choi Daniel as Yang Soo Kyung
* Lee Da In as Kim Min Hee
* Kim Ja Ok as Kim Soo Jin
* Yoon Yeo Jung as Oh Min Suk
* Pan Yoo Geol as Chul Yi
* Kim Gab Soo
* Kim Chang Wan
* Kim Yeo Jin

Production Credits
Screenwriter: Noh Hee Kyeong
Producer: Pyo Min Soo

Notes : This drama is Hyun Bin return to the small screen after 2 years and Song Hye Gyo's after 4 years.
PD Pyo Min Soo and writer Noh Hee Kyeong worked together in a previous drama.

Kamis, 27 November 2008

The Snow Queen


  • Screenplay: Kim Eun Hee, Yoon Eun Gyeong
  • Producer: Lee Hyeong Min

Hyun Bin - Han Tae Woong/Han Deuk Gu
Sung Yuri - Kim Bo Ra
Im Ju Hwan - Seo Gun Woo
Yoo In Young - Lee Seung Ri

Other casts:

Kim Tae Hyun - Choi Choong Shik (DK's friend from the boxing arena)
Ko Doo Shim - Park Yeong Ok (Tae Woong's mother)
Chun Ho Jin - Kim Jang Su (Bo Ra's father)
Oh Mi Hee - Bo Ra's mother
Kim Weung Su - Lee Dong Sul (Seung Ri's father/owner of the boxing arena)
Lee Sun Ho (not Andy from Shinhwa) - Kim Jeong Kyu
Kim Hak Jin - Ahn Sang Ho (Tae Woong's roommate)
Lee Seo Yun - Hong Ji Hye (Jeong Kyu's junior high/high school friend)
Ko Ju Heon - young Bo Ra
Jang Jeong Hee - Ko Sun Ja (Bo Ra's house keeper)
Jeong Ji Ahn - Park Deuk Nam (Ko Sun Ja's daughter/works for Bo Ra)
Lee Cheol Min - Park Dong Pil (boxer)
Park Jin Yeong - Jang Park Sa (Bo Ra's doctor)
Choi Deok Mun - Oh Shil Jang (Kim Jang Su's assistant)
Kim Beol Rae - college math professor


The drama starts with Han Tae-Woong (Hyun Bin), a quiet, 17 yr-old math genius, entering a prestigious high school. There he meets Kim Jeong-Kyu, also a genius in mathematics. The two immediately develop rivalry and tension, but later become best friends. Through their conversations, we learn that Jeong-Kyu is a big boxing enthusiast. Meanwhile, Tae-Woong stumbles upon a little girl being bullied in the street and saves her. The girl develops a crush on him and gives him her pager so that she can see him again, but they never exchange names or contacts. They promise to meet again soon, but this never happens.

In a highly anticipated International Math Olympiad, Jeong-Kyu fails to fulfill his father's expectations, and commits suicide in shame. Tae-Woong, who wins the gold medal, struggles from guilt, as he feels like he is partly responsible for Jeong-Kyu's death. From guilt, Tae-Woong quits school, leaves home, and disappears.

8 years later, Tae Woong, now 25, is a nameless boxer, living a completely different life. He abandoned mathematics and pursued boxing in honor of Jeong-Kyu, but he still bears painful memories of his past. In a chain of events he meets Bo-Ra (Sung Yu Ri), a beautiful, but cold-hearted young lady. She is the daughter of a rich businessman, but has an incurable disease. After a chain of events, Tae Woong is hired as her chauffer. They end up falling in love, but Tae Woong discovers that she was the little girl that he met 8 years ago and that she is Jeong-Kyu's little sister. Tae-Woong struggles in pain about his relationship with Bo-Ra, and returning memories of Jeong-Kyu.

Throughout the story, the two learn to find true happiness by helping each other. Tae-Woong melts Bo-Ra's heart with love and helps her open up her heart. In return, Bo-Ra helps Tae-Woong with his painful memories of the past.

Movie Baby and Me

more manga into live action raised by Korean production house. This time, the turn fell into the hands Akachan to Boku (The Baby and I) work Ragawa Marimo. Diserialisasikan manga magazine Hana to Yume from 1992 to 1997 was never popular in Japan and South Korea. In total, there are 18 volumes published.

Akachan to Boku peeling life Takuya, 5 th grade student who was forced to raise his younger brother alone. Takuya's mother died in an accident. While the father was busy working so not entirely reliable. As a result, every day Takuya was a helter-skelter care of Minoru, his younger brother.

Takuya figures brought to life by Jang Geun Seok. In this live action version, Takuya described as a boy of 19 years. which will be accompanied by Kim Byul and Oh Kwang Rok.
by Sh3Lv1

Release Date :14 August 2008
Origin : South Korea
Genre: Comedy,Family
Director:Kim Jin Yeong
Starring:Jang Geun-seok,Kim Byeol,Park Myeong-soo,Kim Jeong-nan,
Jang Jeong-hee,Choi Jae-hwan,Kim Hae-yeon,Kim Hae-yeon,Joo-ho,
Jeong Min-seong,Jeong Gyoo-soo,Ko Gyoo-pi


“Baby & Me” is a straight up comedy centered around Geun-seok Jang’s character, Joon-soo, becoming a sudden father. In the movie, Joon-soo is a tough 19 year old high school kid that loves to cause trouble. He often gets in fights, once with 17 other guys, but always comes out as the victor. Then one day Joon-soo’s parents decides to go out of town. Joon-soo decides then and there to throw a party at his parent’s home. He then goes shopping for groceries and comes upon an unexpected surprise. A little toddler sits in a shopping basket wearing the name tag “Han Wooram” and points to Joon-soo as his father!

He then takes the baby home and tries to find the baby’s real parents. When he can’t find the parents, Joon-soo even tries to abandon the baby but always fails. He then takes the kid to school which causes further scandal and a suspension. But during this time an unexpected event occurs between Joon-soo and Woo-ram…

Kamis, 20 November 2008

Hana Yori Dango Versi Korea

Hana Yori Dango Korean version which had long we are waiting, this drama is not less good than the other versions!

just more and more fresh cool ...!!
was news that mentions Hana Yori Dango Korean version is not just a mere hoax, but indeed the reality will be Hana Yori Dango Korean version. already there are versions of anime, Taiwanese version (Meteor Garden), and the Japanese version (Hana Yori Dango 1, 2). now it's time the Korean version (Boys Over Flowers).

now still in the stage of filming, is expected to perform in Korea beginning in 2009, exactly around the month of February. great filming costs are also very expensive, will certainly a huge success, the guarantee would not be disappointed ^ ^

Just Wait...

read the full story here Here

Spring Waltz


* Title: 봄의 왈츠 / Bom-ui Wal-cheu
* English title: Spring Waltz / Endless Love 4
* Genre: Romance
* Episodes: 20
* Broadcast network: KBS2
* Broadcast period: 2006-Mar-06 to 2006-May-16
* Air time: Monday & Tuesday 21:55
* Theme Song: One Love by Loveholic


Will the tragedy of spring be repeated years later?

To escape debt, Lee Su-ho’s father escaped to a remote island where his friend has a young daughter Eun-Young, who is the same age as Su-ho. After being abandoned by his father, Su-ho sought to leave, but his mind changed after being touched by Eun-Young’s pure heart. A series of unfortunate events ensue, and Su-ho disappears, while Eun-Young is sick in the hospital.

Years later, while traveling in Germany, Eun-Young meets the talented pianist Chae-ha, a man with a cold exterior with a few words, who bores a resemblance to Su-ho. As their love start to develop, truth unfolds… Can their love endure the harsh spring tragedy many years ago?


* Seo Do Young 서도영 as Yoon Jae-ha 윤재하
* Han Hyo Joo 한효주 as Park Eun-young 박은영
* Daniel Henney as Phillip 필립
* Lee So Yeon 이소연 as Song Yi-na 송이나

Supporting Cast

* Choi Ja Hye as Eun-Young's Best Friend
* Kim Hae Sook as Eun-Young's adoptive mom, also her aunt
* Choi Si Won as Eun-Young's brother, also her cousin
* Eun Won Jae as young Jae-Ha
* Han So Hee as young Eun-Young
* Yoon Yoo Sun as Eun- Young's birth mothe

Senin, 10 November 2008

Glass No Kamen Download

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Selasa, 04 November 2008

Topeng Kaca (Glass No Kamen)

* Title: ガラスの仮面 (ガラスのかめん)
* Title (romaji):
Glass no Kamen / Garasu no Kamen
* Also known as:
Glass Mask / Mask of Glass
* Episodes:
* Viewership ratings:
* Broadcast network:
TV Asahi
* Broadcast period:
1997-July-07 to 1997-Sept-15
* Theme songs:
Calling - B'z; Polar Star Kimi Dake Shinjite - Harubara Yuuki
* Related:
Glass no Kamen 2


* Adachi Yumi as Kitajima Maya
* Tanabe Seiichi as Hayami Masumi
* Nogiwa Yoko as Tsukikage Chigusa
* Matsumoto Megumi as Himekawa Ayumi
* Kohashi Kenji as Sakurakouji Yuu
* Katso Kazuko
* Satoi Kenta
* Togawa Kyoko
* Saitou Nozomi
* Saeki Hinako
* Fuji Mariko


The Glass Mask drama is based on a very popular manga of the same name by Suzue Miuchi, about a young girl named Maya whose dream is to be an actress. A legendary former stage actress, Tsukikage Chigusa, watches Maya as she reenacts drama episodes she's seen on TV. She approaches Maya and has her join her acting company, Tsukikage Theater. Tsukikage holds the production rights to a legendary masterpiece called "The Crimson Goddess," in which she had played the title role until a terrible accident burnt her face beyond surgical repair. She's been searching all of these years for someone to play the role which only the most talented actress could play, and maybe she's found that someone in Maya... --synopsis by awrittensin


That's the first episode synopsis Glass no Kamen ...

Kamis, 30 Oktober 2008

One Mom Three Dads


  • Title: 아빠셋 엄마하나 / One Mom and Three Dads
  • Also known as: Three Dads and a Mother
  • Genre: Romance
  • Episodes: 16
  • Broadcast network: KBS2
  • Broadcast period: 2008-Apr-02 to 2008-May-22
  • Air time: Wednesday & Thursday 21:55


Extended Cast


Song Na Young and her husband, Jung Sung Min, desperately want a child but her husband is unable to get her pregnant. Her husband's friends decide to help them. But Na Young suddenly loses her husband in an accident and she gives birth to her daughter but does not know which of her husband's friends fathered her child. The father of Na Young's child can either be Han Soo Hyun, Choi Kwang Hee, or Hwang Kyung Tae.


Minggu, 28 September 2008

Sorry, I Love You (Mianhada Saranghanda)

Film Direktor : Lee Hyeong-Min
Autor : Lee Kyeong-hee
Production : KBS
Lenght : 16 Episode @ 1 Hour
Release Date : 2004



Cha Moo Hyuk is a small time scam-artist working the streets of Australia. He was abandoned by his parents as a kid and his foster parents brought him to Australia. Unfortunately, he was mistreated by his foster parents and thus roams the streets, cheating tourists out of their money when they are lost. It is through one of these scams that he bumps into Song Eun Chae. Song Eun Chae is the fashion coordinator and childhood friend of the famous Korean singer, Brother Choi Yune. She sees Brother Yune as her life's focal point and does everything she can to please him. Brother Yune visits Melbourne, Australia to do a photoshoot with another famous Korean actress, Kang Min Joo, who also happens to be good friends with Eun Chae. Brother Choi Yune gets Eun Chae to get him close to Min Joo, as he is interested in her. It breaks Eun Chae's heart but she does so accordingly. One day, Eun Chae's luggage and money are stolen by the same band of vagrant criminals as Moo Hyuk.

Left alone by Brother Yune, tired, hungry and helpless, she wanders the streets aimlessly until she bumps into Moo Hyuk who, moved by her plight, helps her in a heroic action scene. When some gangsters threaten her, she is forced to spend a night with him outside on the docks. The next morning, she awakes to find her luggage and money right in front of her. Moo Hyuk managed to find the stuff stolen by his gang and return it all to Eun Chae, and with her stuff, she's happily on a plane back to Korea, when she bumps into Min Joo and Choi Yune, who are now a couple. Several weeks later, Moo Hyuk receives an invitation for his ex-girlfriend's wedding. At the wedding, Moo Hyuk is accidentally shot twice in the head when someone attempts an assassination bid on his ex-girlfriend's husband. The doctor saves him but only can remove one bullet. The remaining bullet in lodged too deeply within his head such that it cannot be surgically removed. It's killing him, and he has no longer than a year to live. Moo Hyuk is dying and his ex-girlfriend now married. He's a roaming gangster and his life, an utter mess. Guilt-stricken, his ex-girlfriend gives him a huge stash of cash and tells him to go back to his native Korea to find his birth parents. He does so, and finds out that his mother is none other than the famous Korean actress, Oh Deul Hee. She has a son, Choi Yune and both mother and son are adored by the Korean people as they portray a loving relationship and are immensely popular.

Moo Hyuk is heartbroken when he even manages to enter the house of Oh Deul Hee, and sees the portrait of Choi Yune and her son. He bumps into his birth mother for the very first time in his life, but can't help but feel so betrayed because she is doing so well in life, whilst he is merely living out the remainder of whatever little time he has left.

Full of rage, he vows revenge upon the mother and son. He starts by getting close to Choi Yune, eventually making it to become his manager. Bit by bit, he plots to bring Choi Yune and his mother down, but never expects himself to fall slowly in love with Song Eun Chae, the girl he helped in Australia. Eventually, Choi Yune is struck in a car accident and he will die without a heart transplant. Suddenly, Moo Hyuk is stuck with the decision of saving his brother, or selfishly bringing them down.

Eventually Cha Moo Hyuk finds out the truth that his mother actually did not abandon him. His mother had an affair with a married man. Eun Chae's father (Oh Deul Hee's chauffeur) was the one who abandoned Cha Moo Hyuk as soon as he was born and told his mother that her child had died. Eun Chae's father did this because thought he was "saving" Oh Deul Hee's reputation because if the Korean society were to find out about her affair then she would be treated as a disgrace. Oh Deul Hee adopted Choi Yune in memory of Cha Moo Hyuk, still believing he is dead.

Once finding out this out, Eun Chae's father admits to the truth, and tells him that he is willing to accept any punishment. Cha Moo Hyuk shouts at him, restraining himself from strangling him. He tell Eun Chae's father that one day he will receive one.

Cha Moo Hyuk dies after a dramatic motorcycle-riding scene. Before his death he calls Song Eun Chae and tells her, "I'm Sorry. I love you." His heart is given to Chae Yune, who makes a full recovery. One year later, a heartbroken Song Eun Chae goes to Melbourne, Australia, and then wanders through the same neighborhoods where she and Moo Hyuk first met, and finally arriving at his grave, lies down on the ground next to his plot and appears to sleep peacefully, despite her crying. She dies there next to a small red bottle and leading the viewer to believe she committed suicide by drinking poison. This is the apparent punishment that Eun Chae's father receives - the death of his own daughter.


MY GIRL - 마이걸 / Ma-i-geol

Genre : Romance, Comedy
Episodes : 16
Broadcast network : SBS
Broadcast period : 2005-Dec-14 to 2006-Feb-02
Air time : Wednesday & Thursday 21:55
Theme Song : Mario & Nesty - Never Say Goodbye


Extended Cast


Joo Yoo Rin (Lee Da Hae) is a tour guide in a small company in charge of running mini tours in the Jeju Island of South Korea. Her father is a gambling addict, but despite all the debts that he runs up, Yoo Rin always finds a way to help repay them. She leads a below-average life but is happy as long as she has her dad around her. Because of her father's gambling ways, she has had to move from country to country whenever her father runs from one place to another to avoid their debtors. This has in turn brought her the ability to converse fluently in Chinese and Japanese, which are of great help as a tour guide whenever she has to entertain tourists from China and Japan.

Seol Gongchan (Lee Dong Wook) is the only heir of the owner of L'Avenuel Hotel, which is one of the top hotels in Korea. His grandfather, Seol Woong, charges him with the duty of finding his granddaughter, who is also Gongchan's cousin. Seol Woong had disowned his own daughter, Gongchan's aunt, when she decided to marry a man not of his choice. However, when Seol Woong had a change of heart and wished to accept his daughter back, an earthquake struck where his daughter lived, and since then, he has lost all contact with his kin and perhaps the chance to make amends for his own stubbornness, to take care of his granddaughter and hopefully make things right.

Kim Seohyun (Park Si Yeon) is the girlfriend of Seol Gongchan. A rising star in the tennis world, she returns to Korea to look for Gongchan as she cannot forget him.

Seo Jung Woong (Lee Jun Ki) is the son of one of the main shareholders of L'Avenuel Hotel and also the best friend of Seol Gongchan. Unlike Gongchan who is responsible and hardworking, Jung Woong is a flirt who is known to have many girlfriends.

The story starts with Yoo Rin rushing to the airport. She is helping her friend delay a flight so that the tourists of her friend will not miss their flight. Out of ideas, she plays a damsel in distress, who is apparently mourning her impending death and her dying wish to see her boyfriend who is apparently on the flight. And so after much crying and the entire airport empathizing with her, she gets to get on board the plane to look for her boyfriend who never really existed. As she walks, she realizes she cannot find anyone and pretends to faint. Alas, she faints beside the seat of our male lead, Seol Gongchan, who knows a liar when he sees one. Although their first encounter is weird, it doesn't leave much of an impression in each other's mind.

Later, however, when Gongchan has to entertain a bunch of Chinese visitors and realizes he has no translator, he engages the services of Yoo Rin coincidentally and through Yoorin, his potential Chinese investors have a great time at the L'Avenuel Hotel branch in Jeju, and Yoorin has much credit to claim for it.

After a series of comical events including Yoorin staying at his hotel lodge without paying, and Yoorin selling his hotel fruit-yard's oranges to make a small profit (to clear her father's debts again), Gongchan's impression of Yoo Rin is one of a cheat and he would want to do anything to distance himself from her.

But then word from mainland Korea is that his grandfather is dying and at his bedside, Seol Woong, through his respirator, can only meekly repeat that he must not and cannot die until he sees his granddaughter again.

Driven by desperation and his love for his grandfather, Gongchan will do anything to ease his burden. When pointed out by his secretary that Yoo Rin bears a resemblance to his aunt, Gongchan hatches a plan to pass off Yoo Rin as his grandfather's long-lost granddaughter whilst he carries on searching for the real one.

Yoo Rin, who is desperate for money to repay her father's debt, is unwilling to do the job as it involves lying to a dying man, something that she staunchly refuses to do. But when Seol Gongchan desperately begs her and she realizes she is somewhat indebted to him for not bringing her to the police after her little business in his hotel, she caves in and pretends to the long-lost granddaughter.

And so things seem to be going well, with the search for Gongchan's long-lost cousin making progress and perhaps more importantly, the improvement of Gongchan's grandfather's conditions thanks to Yoo Rin. As Yoo Rin spends more time with Gongchan's family, she gets showered with the love she never received as a child and finds herself drawn to Gongchan. She finds herself changing from the liar that she once was to a person who tries to tell the truth when she can. She knows all too well that her one-sided love will never materialize as the difference in social status between Gongchan and herself is too big.

But unknown to her, Gongchan is also slowly being drawn to her...


Kamis, 25 September 2008

Full House

Film director : Pyo Min-soo
Author : Min Hyo-jeong
Production : KBS2
Length : 16 Episode @ 1 Hour
Release Date : 2004


Han Ji-eun (Song Hye-kyo) lives in a house called Full House, built by her father. She is an aspiring script writer at the beginning but later she becomes one. One day, her two best friends, for money reasons, trick her into believing she has won a free vacation, and while she is gone, they sell her house. On the plane, she meets Lee Young-jae (Rain), a famous actor. Through comedic events they get acquainted during her vacation, and when she returns, she discovers her house has been sold to him.

Though they don't get along with each other, as she is messy and he has a bad temper and likes cleanliness, they agree to live with each other. At first, Ji-eun works as his maid in order to buy her house back, but later, because of Young-jae's wish to make the love of his life, Kang Hye-won (Han Eun Jung) jealous, they get married. They set up a contract for the marriage to last six months. During that time, complications arise and Ji-Eun and Young-Jae become attracted to each other. Also, Ji-Eun starts to feel a strong bond with Young-jae's family. However, Young-jae's bad temper, along with the romantic attentions of Yoo Min-hyuk (Kim Sung Soo), Ji-eun's handsome and friendly publisher, starts to create a rift between the couple. So does Hye-Won, who starts to feel jealous when she sees Young-Jae and Ji-eun getting close. Eventually, Young-jae and Ji-eun get a divorce and he moves away.

When he returns, he realizes that Ji-eun hasn't married yet and knows that he has fallen in love with her - and she with him. He proposes to her, this time for the right reasons, and finally, they get married for a second time.

Ji-Eun is an optimistic and cheerful girl, loyal to her friends. Though naive and not very smart, she is shown as a character with spunk and a good heart as displayed in her efforts to be a writer. She lives in a beautiful home named Full House , which she inherited from her late parents. Her best friends are Hee Jin and Lee Dong Wook.
  • Rain as Lee Young-jae
Young-jae is a popular Korean actor, especially around girls. Though appearing to be egotistical and stubborn, mostly to maintain his pride, he has secret unrequited feelings for his childhood friend, Hye-Won. He also has a fragile relationship with his father, who is a doctor. Young-Jae also had a sister who died as a child. Though he can be selfish, he cares deeply for his friends.
Hye-won is a close family friend of Lee Young-Jae, knowing them since childhood. Working as a fashion designer, she also designs most of Young-jae’s clothes. With her rich family and attractive appearance, she is accustomed to attention from men, but has ever only loved Yoo Min-Hyuk.
Min-hyuk is a ladies' man. He is smart, skillful and respected, but remains detached from most people because of his busy lifestyle. He is also close friends with Young-Jae, who confides in him his feelings for Hye-Won. Min-Hyuk is a director of a large media company. Like Hye-Won, he is attractive and used to attention from women.


Senin, 22 September 2008

Sassy Girl Chun Hyang


Lee Mong-ryong, son of a famous chief of police, is transferred from Seoul to a high school in Namwon, North Jeolla Province, because he is a trouble maker. He accidentally bumps into Sung Chun-hyang, shoots embarrassing photos of her and ends up swapping her cell phone with his. As a result, they are constantly in touch with each other and find out they attend the same school. Mong-ryong constantly bullies Chun-hyang and thanks to him, she becomes slightly sick. Feeling guilty, he visits her, only to mistakenly drink a whole bottle of wine, assuming it is juice. He immediately falls asleep on the only bed in the house, which consequently is the one Chun-Hyang is sleeping in. Thus, they spend the night with each other. Nothing sexual occurs, but thanks to their best friends, who know what happened and accidentally announce it on the school intercom, they are forced to marry each other in order to save their families' reputation, seeing as everyone at school assumes they have slept together. They eventually fall in love with each other, but Mong-Ryong's previous crush, Hong Chae-Rin, after rejecting him, then discovering his marriage, becomes jealous and tries to win him back. There is also the problem of Byun Hak-Do, an extremely successful talent agency director who falls in love with Chun-Hyang.

In order to help him get to college, Chun-Hyang helps him to his study so that he could be with Chae-Rin at Han-guk University, the most prestigious university in Korea. They are both accepted, but she does not reveal that she can not pay the tuition, and so she does not attend and lies to her family-in-law, telling them she will meet them in Seoul, not revealing that her mother is actually on the run. When Mong-Ryong finally does find Chun-Hyang, he tries again and again to reveal his feelings for her, while unearthing her feelings for him by moving into her new location. When he finally confesses outright, she denies him, claiming she never loved him, because of Chae-Rin's harsh statement that Mong-Ryong was merely pitying her and wished only to pay her back.

When the two finally do confess to each other, there is still one more problem. Byun Hak-Do, being rich, handsome and successful, assumes he could have any woman in the world, but when Chun-Hyang rejects him, he attempts to take her by blackmail. Several days before the real wedding between Mong-Ryong and Chun-Hyang, Mong-Ryong witnesses a woman being assaulted and attempts to save her. It turns out to be a plot, and so Mong-Ryong is now a criminal on the run. Byun Hak-Do carries an edited video of the security camera, putting Mong-Ryong in a bad light, and threatens Chun-Hyang that unless she goes to him, he will expose the video to the world. Chun-Hyang agrees and so Mong-Ryong is freed, but now, Chun-Hyang pretends to want to divorce him immediately to keep her end of the bargain. When the divorce is complete, she goes to Mr. Byun and the two of them prepare to travel to Japan, but at the last minute, she runs off and hides from both Mr. Byun and Mong-Ryong.

Several years pass and Mong-Ryong is now a famous prosecutor, the District Attorney of Seoul. Chun-Hyang has snuck off to Busan and now owns an accessories factory. Mr. Byun has just returned from Japan and people assume that his "fiancee" is still there as well. At the wedding of Mong-Ryong's and Chun-Hyang's two best friends, Bang Ji-hyuk and Han Dan-hee, Chun-Hyang sneaks in to drop off a present, and as she leaves, Mr. Byun sees her. In a rush to leave, she accidentally scrapes the car next to her, which is consequently Mong-Ryong's car. The two start a heated argument through Chun-Hyang's assistant, Kim Dong-Su, who goes to pay Mong-Ryong the money they owe for his car. Several crooks who follow assume Kim Dong-Su to be an informant and kidnap him. When the police rescue him, they discover the wedding picture from high school between Mong-Ryong and Chun-Hyang and show it to Mong-Ryong. When he sees it, he uses it to find Chun-Hyang again, but she still acts unhappy to see him, still frightened from knowing what Byun Hak-do has.

Finally, Byun Hak-do realizes that there are just some things in the world that he can't have, and finally releases the full unedited version of the tape so that everyone can see Mong-Ryong's true intentions.

To add to the happily ever after, Mong-Ryong re-proposes to Chun-Hyang and the two are married again. And they live happily ever after.


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