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Korean Dramas

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Korean Dramas
By Tha Yang

Doctor Stranger
Modern day Seoul
Melodrama
Plot
-As a child, Park Hoon and his father were tricked and sent to North Korea. In North Korea, Park Hoon was trained to become a doctor by his father who was already a famous doctor. Park Hoon became a genius thoracic surgeon. He deeply fell in love with Song Jae-hee. Park Hoon's father then died and he tried to flee to South Korea with Jae-hee, but lost contact with her and in the end, he fled to South Korea alone. In South Korea, Park Hoon begins to work as doctor in a top hospital Myungwoo University Hospital. Meanwhile, he found a girl that looks exactly like Jae-hee, Doctor Han Seung-hee, who claims to not know Park Hoon.

It's Okay, That's Love
Modern day Seoul
Melodrama
Plot
-Jang Jae Yeol is a mystery writer and DJ. He suffers from an obsession. Ji Hae Soo is going through her first year of psychiatry at a University hospital. She chose psychiatry because she didn't want to perform surgeries. After she meets Jang Jae Yeol, her life goes through big changes. (Wikipedia)
Awards
- None yet (new drama)
The Moon That Embraces The Sun
Joseon Era
Historical
The Moon = Crown Prince
The Sun = Chosen Girl
Plot
-Love story between King Lee Hwon and shaman Wol. When younger, Prince Lee Hwon was supposed to marry Wol but Wol "died" of sickness.
Awards
-Best Drama of The Year
-Best Child Actor/Actress
-Writer of the Year
-Popularity Award
-Top Excellence Award
-Golden Acting Award
What is it?
Korean Dramas
-Televised in mini series
Conclusion
Korean dramas are famous world-wide.
Episodes
10-200 episodes (or more)
30-90 minutes long
Can be extended
Held for 2 nights
-Ex.: Ep. 1 on Monday, Ep. 2 on Tuesday
Who watches it?
EVERYONE
-China, Thailand, Japan, India,
Singapore, and North America.
Not available on Cable
Roku Channel
Online
-Dramafever, Youtube, Viki, Dailymotion and Netflix
Genres
Historical
Fantasy
Action
Melodrama
Horror
Romance
Comedy
Musical
Combinations
Example Korean Dramas...
Cast
Kim Soo Hyun (King Lee Hwon)
-Dream High
Han Ga In (Wol)
Jung Il Woo (Prince Yang-Myung)
Kim Min Seo (Queen Yoon Bo- Kyung)
Young Cast
Yeo Jin Goo (Crown Prince Lee Hwon)
-I Miss You
Kim Yoo Jung (Young Wol or Yeon Woo)
Kim So Hyun (Young Yoon Bo-Kyung)
-I Miss You
Lee Min Ho (Young Prince Yang-Myung)
Cast
Lee Jong Suk (Park Hoon)
Jin Se Yeon (Song Jae Hee/Han Seung Hee)
Park Hae Jin (Han Jae Joon)
Kang So Ra (Oh Soo Hyun)
Cast
Jo In-Sung (Jang Jae Yeol)
Gong Hyo-Jin (Ji Hae Soo)
Sung Dong-Il (Jo Dong Min)
Lee Kwang Soo (Park Soo Kwang)
Jin Kyung (Lee Young Jin
Lee Sung Kyung (Oh So Nyeo)
D.O (Han Kang Woo)
Yang Ik Jun (Jang Jae Bum)
Cha Hwan Yeon (Jang Jae Yeol and Jae Bum's mom
Dream High
Modern day Seoul
Romance/Comedy/Musical
Plot
-6 students at Kirin Art High School want to become K-POP Idols. During their school years, they learn to develop singing, song-writing, and dancing skills while undergoing personal growth.
Awards
-Best New Actor
-Popularity Award
-Hallyu Award
-Grand Prize Award
-Best Rookie Actor/Actress
-Best Couple Award
Cast
Bae Su Ji (Go Hye- Mi) ~Miss A
-Gu Family Book
Kim Soo Hyun (Song Sam- Dong)
-The Moon That Embraces The Sun
-You Who Came From The Stars
Taec- Yeon (Jin Gook) ~2PM
Eun- Jung (Yoon Baek- Hee) ~T-ARA
Woo- Young (Jason) ~2PM
IU (Kim Pil-Suk)~Solo Artist
JYP
Gu Family Book
Joseon Era
Romance/Comedy/Historical
Plot
-A half-man, half- gumiho learns his fate of being a gumiho. He seeks to become human with the help of a girl he soon falls in love with. The only thing is, the Gu Family Book has never been seen and everyone who tries, fails, including his father. On his journey, he encounters many hardships and obstacles.
Awards
-20's Drama Star
-Outstanding Korean Actress
-Best Original Soundtrack
-Best Action
-Best New Actor/Actress
-Best Couple Award
-Popularity Award
-Top Excellence Award Actor/Actress
Cast
Lee Seung Gi (Choi Kang- Chi)
-My Girlfriend is A Gumiho
Bae Su Ji (Dam Yeo Wool)
-Dream High
Lee Yu Bi (Park Chung Jo)
Yoo Yeon Seok (Park Tae Seo)
Sung Joon (Gon)
They aren't just people speaking random words. Therefore, subtitles.
North America is getting in on the Korean Movement,
hosting many K-POP concerts in California and New York.
Korean Dramas are being streamed from computers everywhere, that is why Netflix took notice and began streaming Korean dramas.
I do not own any of the videos.
Resources: Wikipedia
Famous Channels
MBC
KBS
SBS
Pinocchio
Modern day Seoul
Romance/Comedy/Melodrama
Plot
-As a child, Ha-Myung grew up in a family with his firefighter father, mother and older brother, Jae Myung. A fire at a waste facility though destroys his family. His mother dies a short time later and Ha-Myung ends up being scooped out of the ocean by an unknown man.The man that pulls Ha-Myung out of the ocean is the grandfather of In-Ha. In-Ha's grandfather believes Ha-Myung is his eldest son Dal-Po, who died 30 years ago. Ha-Myung is then adopted by In-Ha's grandfather and his name is changed to Dal-Po. In-Ha and Dal-Po now live together as uncle and niece, although they are in the same age range. In-Ha has a Pinocchio Syndrome. Whenever she lies she gets the hiccups. In-Ha and Dal-Po get along well until Dal-Po learns that In-Ha's mother is the reporter that covered the waste facility fire that destroyed his family. Dal-Po tries to distance himself from In-Ha, but he also develops feelings for her.
Awards
-Best Actor (Lee Jong Suk)
-Best Couple (Jong Suk and Shin Hyr)
-Top Excellence Female (Shin Hye)
-SBS Special Award (Lee Jong Suk)
-Top 10 Stars (Jong Suk and Shin Hye)
-New Star Award (Yu Bi and Young Kwang)
Cast
Lee Jong Suk (Choi Dal Po/Ki Ha Myung)
Park Shin Hye (Choi In Ha)
Kim Young Kwang (Seo Bum Jo)
Lee Yu-Bi (Yoon Yu Rae)
Yoon Gyun-Sang (Ki Jae Myung)
Byun Hee Bong (Grandfather/Dal Po's Adoptive dad)
American Culture

Different appeals
TV shows
-More intimate scenes
No honorifics
Korean Culture
Different appeals
TV shows
-Less intimacy
-More cute/cuddly scenes
-Kiss scenes are the build up
Honorifics
-Old lady = Ahjumma
-Old man = Ahjussi
-Older brother = Hyung/Oppa
-Older sister = Noona/Unni
Original soundtracks
Highest Viewership rating: 22.9%
-Last episode

Highest viewership rating: 47%
-Ep. 18
Highest viewership rating: 20.7%
-Last episode

Highest viewership rating: 18.1%
Highest viewership rating: 16.7%
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