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                        Here are some of Korean Dramas I had seen these are very interesting Korean Dramas and I hope you will like it

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1)Boys Over Flower 
                Boys Over Flowers (Hangul: 꽃보다 남자; Hanja: 꽃보다男子) is a 2009 South Korean television series starring Ku Hye-sun, Lee Min-ho, Kim Hyun-joong of SS501, Kim Bum, Kim Joon of T-Max and Kim So-eun. It aired on Korean Broadcasting System (KBS2) from January 5 to March 31, 2009 on Mondays and Tuesdays at 21:50 for 25 episodes.
It is based on Japanese shōjo manga series, Boys Over Flowers (より男子 Hana Yori Dango?), written by Yoko Kamio. The series is the fifth television adaptation of the manga following the Taiwanese Meteor Garden and its sequel Meteor Garden II and the Japanese Hana Yori Dango and its sequel Hana Yori Dango Returns. It spins the modern-day Cinderella tale of a poor, but spunky schoolgirl at an exclusive academy who attracts the interest of the four ultra-rich and ultra-handsome princes of the school known as F4
·         Ku Hye-sun as Geum Jan-di
·         Lee Min-ho as Goo Jun-pyo
·         Kim Hyun-joong as Yoon Ji-hoo
·         Kim Sang Bum as So Yi-jung
·         Kim Joon as Song Woo-bin
·         Kim So-eun as Chu Ga-eul

2)Dream High 2 (2012)
Dream High 2 (Korean: 드림하이 2) is a South Korean television drama series broadcast by KBS in 2012. It stars Kang Sora, 2AM's Jinwoon, T-ara'sJiyeon, SISTAR's Hyorin, JB, Jr., and Park Seo-joon. Its 16-episode run started airing on 30 January 2012 and finished on 20 March 2012. Despite being the sequel of its successful predecessor Dream High, it couldn't exceed the viewership ratings of the first series.
·         Kang Sora as Shin Hae-sung
·         JB as Jang Woo-jae (I:dn Member)
·         Jinwoon as Jin Yoo-jin
·         Ji-yeon as Rian/Lee Ji-kyung (HershE Member)
·         Hyorin as Nana/Kim Jae-hee (HershE Member)
·         Park Seo-joon as Si-woo (I:dn Member)
Kirin Students
·         Ailee as herself (HershE Member)
·         Jr. as Jung Ui-bong
·         Yoo So-young as Park Soon-dong
·         Kim Jisoo as Park Hong-joo
·         Jung Yeon-Joo as Lee Seul
Kirin Teachers
·         Park Jin-young as Yang Jin-man (English Teacher)
·         Kwon Hae-hyo as Joo Jung-wan (Principal)
·         Kim Jung-tae as Lee Kang-chul (President)
·         Choi Yeo-jin as Ahn Tae-yeon (Vocal Teacher)
·         Park Kahi as Hyun Ji-soo (Dance Teacher)
·         Kim Soo-hyun as Song Sam-dong (ep 1)
·         IU as Kim Pil-sook (ep 1)
·         Toxic as band performing with Yoo-jin in Hongdae (ep 1)
·         MYNAME as OZ Entertainment idol group (ep 2)
·         Boyfriend as themselves (ep 2)
·         PSY as trainer coach (ep 5)
·         Yeeun as herself (ep 9)
·         miss A as themselves (ep 15)
·         Park Jin-young as himself (ep 16)
·         Yoon Hee-suk as Shin Jae-in
·         Hwang Mi-sun as Rian's mother
·         Jung Kyu-soo as Hae-sung's father
·         No Jung-ui as Shin Hae-poong (Hae-sung's sister)

3)Faith Korean
Faith (Hangul: 신의; Hanja: 信義; RR: Shin-eui; also known as The Great Doctor) is a 2012 South Korean fusion fantasy-historical-medical television series broadcast by SBS from August 13 to October 30, 2012 on Mondays and Tuesdays at 21:55 for 24 episodes. It is about a modern-day plastic surgeon (Kim Hee-sun) who gets kidnapped and travels back in time to the Goryeo period, 700 years in the past. There, she meets and falls in love with a warrior who is the leader of the royal guard (Lee Min-ho)
Cast and characters
Lee Min-ho - General Choi Young
Kim Hee-sun - Yoo Eun-soo
·         Ryu Deok-hwan - King Gongmin
·         Park Se-young - Queen Noguk
·         Phillip Lee - Jang Bin
·         Sung Hoon - Chun Eum-ja
·         Shin Eun-jung - Hwasuin
·         Lee Byung-joon - Jo Il-shin
·         Kim Mi-kyung - court lady Choi
·         Park Sang-won - Sohn Yoo
·         Baek Kwang-doo - Bae Choong-seok

4)Playful Kiss Korean drama
Playful Kiss (Hangul: 장난스런 키스; RR: Jangnanseureon Kiseu; also known as Mischievous Kiss or Naughty Kiss) is a 2010 South Koreanromantic-comedy television series, starring Jung So-min and Kim Hyun-joong. It aired on MBC from September 1 to October 21, 2010 on Wednesdays and Thursdays at 21:55 for 16 episodes.
It is based on the Japanese manga Itazura Na Kiss written by Tada Kaoru. The Korean series is the third television adaptation of the manga following the Taiwanese It Started With a Kiss in 2005, and its sequel They Kiss Again in 2007. Though Playful Kiss received low ratings in South Korea in the five to seven percent range, it was sold to 12 countries in Asia. Due to its international popularity, a short special edition was aired onYouTube after the series finale
·         Jung So-min as Oh Ha-ni
·         Kim Hyun-joong as Baek Seung-jo
·         Lee Tae-sung as Bong Joon-gu
·         Lee Si-young as Yoon Hae-ra
·         Jung Hye-young as Hwang Geum-hee, Seung-jo's mother
·         Oh Kyung-soo as Baek Soo-chang, Seung-jo's father
·         Choi Won-hong as Baek Eun-jo, Seung-jo's brother
·         Kang Nam-gil as Oh Ki-dong, Ha-ni's father
·         Hong Yoon-hwa as Jung Joo-ri, Ha-ni's friend
·         Yoon Seung-ah as Dokgo Min-ah, Ha-ni's friend
·         Choi Sung-joon as Kim Gi-tae

Personal Taste (Hangul: 개인의 취향; Hanja: 凱茵取向; RR: Kaeinui Chwihyang; MR: Kaein-ŭi Ch‘wihyang; lit. "Kae-in's Taste" or "Kae-in's Preference"; also known as Personal Preference) is a 2010 South Korean television series, starring Son Ye-jin and Lee Min-ho. It is adapted from Lee Se-in's 2007 novel of the same name about a furniture designer, Park Kae-in, who lives together with architect Jeon Jin-ho under the mistaken assumption that he's gay. It aired on MBC from March 31 to May 20, 2010 on Wednesdays and Thursdays at 21:55 for 16 episodes

·         Son Ye-jin as Park Kae-in
·         Lee Min-ho as Jeon Jin-ho
·         Kim Ji-seok as Han Chang-ryul
·         Wang Ji-hye as Kim In-hee
·         Ryu Seung-ryong as Choi Do-bin
·         Jo Eun-ji as Lee Young-sun
·         Jung Sung-hwa as Noh Sang-jun
·         Im Seulong as Kim Tae-hoon
·         Choi Eun-seo as Na Hye-mi
·         Park Hae-mi as Jeon Jang-mi
·         Ahn Suk-hwan as Han Yoon-sub
·         Jang Won-young as Secretary Kim
·         Kang Shin-il as Park Chul-han
·         Yoon Eun-hye as Yoon Eun-soo (cameo)
·         Bong Tae-gyu as Lee Won-ho (cameo)

5)My Girl
My Girl (마이걸; Mai Geol) was a popular South Korea television series produced by the Seoul Broadcasting System, that ran from late 2005 to early 2006. With the popularity of Lee Joon-gi and the appearances of Jae Hee and Han Chae Young (both from another successful drama, Delightful Girl Choon Hyang), it remained on the Top Ten, even til this day.


·         Lee Da-hae as Joo Yoo Rin
·         Lee Dong-wook as Seol Gong Chan
·         Lee Joon-gi as Seo Jung Woo
·         Park Si-yeon as Kim Se Hyun

Extended Cast

·         Jo Kye Hyung as Ahn Jin Gyu
·         Hwang Bo Ra as Ahn Jin Shim
·         Lee Eon Jeong as Yoon Jin Kyung
·         Byun Hee Bong as Seol Woong (Gong Chan's grandfather)
·         Kim Yong Rim as Jang Hyung Ja (Jung Woo's mother)
·         Ahn Suk Hwan as Jang Il Do
·         Choi Ran as Bae In Sun
·         Jung Han Hun as Joo Tae Hyung (Yoo Rin's father)

7)You Fallen for Me (Heartstrings) (2011)
Heartstrings (Hangul: 내게 반했어; RR: Neon Naege Banhaesseo; lit. You've Fallen for Me) is a South Korean youthful melodrama about the main characters' love, friendship and dreams, set against the backdrop of a university.Prior to its television premier in South Korea the rights to the series were sold to eight countries including Japan, China, and North America
Main Cast
·         Jung Yong-hwa as Lee shin
·         Park Shin-hye as Lee Gyu-won
·         Song Chang-eui as Kim Suk-hyun
·         So Yi-hyun as Jung Yoon-soo
·         Kang Min-hyuk as Yeo Joon-hee
·         Woori as Han Hee-joo
·         Lee Hyun-jin as Hyun Ki-young
·         Im Se-mi as Cha Bo-woon
Extended Cast
·         Lee Jung-hun as Im Tae-joon
·         Jung Kyung-ho as Goo Jung-eun
·         Jang Seo-won as Lee Soo-myung
·         Shin Goo as Lee Dong-jin
·         Sun Woo Jae Duk as Lee Sun-ki
·         Lee Il-hwa as Song Ji-young
·         Moon Ga-young as Lee Jung-hyun
·         Kim Sun-kyung as Professor Hong
·         Seo Bum-suk as Lee Hyun-soo
·         Oh Won-bin as guitarist of The Stupid
·         Song Se-hyun as bassist of The Stupid

8)Youre Beautiful
You're Beautiful (Hangul: 미남이시네요; Hanja: 美男이시네요; RR: Minamisineyo; literally: He's a handsome man; early broadcast generally known as: He's Beautiful) is a 2009 South Korean romantic comedy television drama series, starring Park Shin-hye, Jang Keun-suk, Lee Hong-ki of F.T. Island and Jung Yong-hwa of CN Blue. It is about a fictional boy band A.N.Jell and the relationship between its members when a female, posing as her twin brother, joins the group. It aired on Seoul Broadcasting System (SBS) from October 7 to November 26, 2009 on Wednesdays and Thursdays at 21:55 for 16 episodes. The series has been posted on SBS's YouTube channel. A Japanese remake of this drama was released in Japan in July 2011 as Ikemen desu ne (美男ですね), and included a cameo appearance by Jang in Episode 8 as his Japanese counterpart, Gunsoku. A Taiwanese remake, Fabulous Boys, was broadcast in 2013, which includes a cameo appearance by Park Shin-hye
·         Park Shin-hye as Go Mi Nam (Male) / Go Mi Nyu (Female) Due to her brother being in the U.S for surgery, she disguised herself as her brother to save him from not being in A.N.JELL boyband.
·         Jang Keun Suk as Hwang Tae Kyung Leader of A.N.JELL .
·         Jung Yong-hwa as Kang Shin Woo
·         Lee Hongki as Jeremy
Extended cast:
·         Uee as Yoo He Yi
·         Bae Geu Rin as Sa Yu Ri (fan club president)
·         Kim In Kwon as Ma Hoon Yi (Mi Nam's manager- Manager Ma)
·         Choi Ran as Go Mi Ja (Mi Nam & Mi Nyu's aunt)
·         Kim Sung Ryung as Mo Hwa Ran
·         Jung Chan as President Ahn
·         Choi Soo Eun as Wang Coordi (Stylist of A.N.JELL)
·         Tae Hwang as staff
·         Yoo Seung Ho (cameo, ep9)
·         After School as Before School
9)City Hunter (2011)
City Hunter (Hangul: 시티헌터) is a 2011 South Korean television drama series starring Lee Min-ho, Park Min-young, Lee Joon-hyuk, Kim Sang-joong, Kim Sang-ho, Hwang Sun-hee, Goo Ha-ra, Chun Ho-jin and Lee Kwang-soo. It premiered on May 25, 2011 on SBS and finished broadcasting on July 28, 2011. It is based on the Japanese manga series City Hunter written and illustrated by Tsukasa Hojo.


·         Lee Min-ho as Lee Yoon-sung/Buchai (Johnny Lee)
·         Park Min-young as Kim Na-na (Nana Kim)
·         Lee Joon-hyuk as Kim Young-joo (Jiro Kim)
·         Kim Sang-joong as Lee Jin-pyo (Steve Lee)
·         Kim Sang-ho as Bae Man-duk/Bae Shik-joong (Lyndon/Dindo Bae)
·         Hwang Sun-hee as Jin Sae-hee (Clarisse Jin)
·         Goo Ha-ra as Choi Da-hye (Nikki Choi)
·         Chun Ho-jin as Choi Eung-chan (William Choi)
Extended cast
·         Park Sang-min as Park Mu-yeol (Andrew Park)
·         Kim Mi-sook as Lee Kyung-hee (Susan Lee)
·         Lee Seung-hyung as Song Young-duk
·         Yang Jin-sung as Shin Eun-ah (Olga Shin)
·         Lee Kwang-soo as Ko Ki-joon (Anton Go)
·         Jeong Joon as Kim Sang-gook (Brandon Kim)
·         Lee Hyo-jung as Lee Kyung-wan (Oscar Lee)
·         Choi Jung-woo as Chun Jae-man (Conrad Chun)
·         Choi Il-hwa as Kim Jong-shik (Francis Kim)
·         Choi Sang-hoon as Seo Yong-hak (Randy Seo)
·         Min Young-won as Min Hee (cameo)
·         Yoon Ye-hee as Mrs. Yong (First Lady) (cameo)
·         Kim Byung-choon as Jang Woo-hyun
·         Shin Young-jin as Kim Mi-ok
·         Chae Sang-woo as young Puchai
10)Coffee House
Coffee House (Hangul: 커피하우스; RR: Keopi Hawooseu) is a 2010 South Korean television series starring Kang Ji-hwan, Park Si-yeon, Ham Eun-jung, and Jung Woong-in. It aired on SBS from May 17 to July 27, 2010 on Mondays and Tuesdays at 20:45 for 18 episodes.
The early working title was Page One (Hangul: 페이지원).
·         Kang Ji-hwan as Lee Jin-soo
·         Park Si-yeon as Seo Eun-young
·         Ham Eun-jung as Kang Seung-yeon
·         Jung Woong-in as Han Ji-won
·         Park Jae-jung as Kim Dong-wook
·         Jung Soo-young as Oh Hyun-joo
·         Jung Ji-ah as Go Yoon-joo
·         Jin Sung as Park Young-chul
·         Heo Tae-hee as Dong-min
·         Ahn Gil-kang as Kang Jin-man (Seung-yeon's father)
·         Kim Ji-young as Hong Bong-nyeo (Seung-yeon's grandmother)
·         Kim Min-sang as Kang Seung-chul (Seung-yeon's brother)
·         Lee Soon-jae as Eun-young's grandfather
·         Lee Hye-eun as Eun-young's friend
·         Won Ki-joon as Hyun-suk

11)Im sam
I am Sam (Hangul: 아이엠샘; RR: A-i Em Saem) is a 2007 South Korean television series starring Yang Dong-geun, Park Min-young, Park Joon-gyu,Son Tae-young, and T.O.P in his acting debut. It aired on KBS2 from August 6 to October 2, 2007 on Mondays and Tuesdays at 21:55 for 16 episodes. Based on the Japanese comic series Very Private Lesson, Yang plays a geeky, straight-arrowed, under-qualified high school teacher who becomes a live-in tutor for the troublemaking daughter of a notorious gangster, in exchange for one million won.
The title is a word play since sam in Korean roughly translates to "teacher" in slang, thus the international title, I am Your Teacher.
·         Yang Dong-geun as Jang Yi-san
·         Park Min-young as Yoo Eun-byul
·         Son Tae-young as Shin So-yi
·         Park Joon-gyu as Yoo Jae-gon (Eun-byul's father)
·         T.O.P as Chae Moo-shin
Extended cast
·         Park Chae-kyung as Min Sa-kang (Eun-byul's friend)
·         Park Jae-jung as Kim Woo-jin (Mr. Yoo's right-hand man)
·         Jo Hyang-ki as Hong Dae-ri (Mr. Yoo's assistant)
·         Kwak Ji-min as Da-bin
·         Dan Ji as Ye-bin
·         Ban So-young as Hyo-bin
·         Lee Min-ho as Heo Mo-se (Principal's son)
·         Choi Jae-hwan as Han Tae-sung (Moo-shin's friend)
·         Park Chul-ho as Kim In-seol
·         Kim Yoo-bin as Kim Hee-chul
·         Ryan as Ji Seon-hoo
·         Kim Hong-shik as Park Nam-kyu
·         Yoo Tae-woong as Go Dong-sool
·         Choi Joo-bong as Heo Deok-bae (Principal)
·         Park Sang-hyun as Park Han-suk
·         Shin Pyo as Kang Ha

12)Mary Stayed  Out All Night
Mary Stayed Out All Night (Hangul: 매리는 외박중; Hanja: 瑪莉外宿中; also known as Marry Me, Mary!) is a 2010 South Korean romantic comedy television series, starring Moon Geun-young, Jang Keun-suk, Kim Jae-wook and Kim Hyo-jin. It is based on the webcomic of the same title by Won Su-yeon. It aired on Korean Broadcasting System (KBS2) from November 8, to December 28, 2010 on Mondays and Tuesdays at 21:55 for 16 episodes. Despite the low ratings in South Korea the series was a huge hit in Japan in terms of both ratings and DVD sales.


Main cast

·         Moon Geun-young as Wi Mae-ri, Dae Han's daughter
·         Jang Keun-suk as Kang Mu-gyul, Absolute Perfection lead guitarist and Seo-joon's ex-boyfriend
·         Kim Jae-wook as Byun Jung-in, head representative of JI Entertainment
·         Kim Hyo-jin as Seo-joon, actress, Mu-gyul's ex-girlfriend

Supporting cast

·         Park Joon-gyu as Jung-suk, Jung-in's father
·         Park Sang-myun as Wi Dae-han, Mae-ri's father
·         Lee Ah-hyun as Kam So-young, Mu-gyul's mother
·         Shim Yi-young as Director Bang, Mu-gyul's former agent
·         Andy Lee as Lee An, male lead actor of drama Wonderful Day
·         Kim Min-gyu as Ri-no, band member
·         Geum Ho-suk as Yo-han, band member
·         Park Chul-hyun as Re-oh, band member
·         Lee Eun as So-ra as Mae-ri's friend
·         Kim Hae-rim as Ji-hye as Mae-ri's friend
·         Chae Min-hee as Jang PD
·         Yoon Yoo-sun as drama writer

13)Secret Garden (2010)
Secret Garden (Hangul: 시크릿 가든; MR: Sikeurit Gadeun) is a 2010 South Korean television drama, starring Ha Ji-won, Hyun Bin, Yoon Sang-hyun, and Kim Sa-rang. It aired on SBS from November 13, 2010 to January 16, 2011 on Saturdays and Sundays at 22:00 for 20 episodes.
Secret Garden was a big ratings success, and won a number of awards at both the 2010 SBS Drama Awards and the 2011 Baeksang Arts Awards.


·         Ha Ji-won as Gil Ra-im
·         Hyun Bin as Kim Joo-won
·         Yoon Sang-hyun as Choi Woo-young / Oska
·         Kim Sa-rang as Yoon Seul
·         Lee Philip as Director Im Jong-soo
·         Lee Jong-suk as Han Tae-sun
·         Yoo In-na as Min Ah-young
·         Park Joon-geum as Moon Boon-hong
·         Kim Ji-sook as Moon Yeon-hong
·         Kim Sung-oh as Secretary Kim

Extended cast

·         Choi Yoon-so as Kim Hee-won
·         Kim Sung-kyum as Moon Chang-soo
·         Lee Byung-joon as Park Bong-ho
·         Sung Byung-sook as Park Bong-hee
·         Yoon Gi-won as Choi Dong-kyu
·         Kim Gun as Yoo Jong-heon
·         Yoo Seo-jin as Lee Ji-hyun
·         Jang Seo-won as Hwang Jung-hwan
·         Jung In-gi as Ra-im's father
·         Baek Seung-hee as Park Chae-rin
·         Kim Dong-gyoon as director
·         Kim Mi-kyung as guest house ajumma
·         Nam Hyun-joo as Director Nam
·         Kim Sung-hoon
·         Kang Chan-yang
·         Min Joon-hyun as smoking man
·         Heo Tae-hee as rude party guest
·         Song Yun-ah as herself (cameo)
·         Beige (cameo)
·         Lee Joon-hyuk as himself (cameo, ep 8)
·         Baek Ji-young as herself (cameo, ep 13)
·         Son Ye-jin as herself (cameo, ep 20)

14)Tamra, the Island 
Tamra, the Island (Hangul: 탐나는도다; RR: Tamnaneun Doda) is a 2009 South Korean television series starring Seo Woo, Im Joo-hwan and Pierre Deporte. It aired on MBC from August 8 to September 27, 2009 on Saturdays and Sundays at 19:55 for 20 episodes.
It is a historical drama set in the 17th century during the European colonial expansion into the Far East. Themes of racial tension and xenophobia,social inequality, and rumination on the effect of foreign policy and international trade on the quotidien are prevalent throughout the series; however, the romantic comedy aspect remains at the forefront for the majority of the narrative.


·         Seo Woo as Jang Beo-jin
·         Im Joo-hwan as Park Gyu
·         Pierre Deporte (Korean name: Hwang Chan-bin) as William Spencer[1][2]
·         Lee Seung-min as Seo-rin
·         Lee Sun-ho as Yan Kawamura
·         Kim Mi-kyung as Choi Jang-nyeo, Beo-jin's mother
·         Byun Woo-min as Jang Won-bin, Beo-jin's father
·         Kim Yoo-jung as Jang Beo-seol, Beo-jin's younger sister
·         Yang Hee-kyung as Mr. Eom's wife, Park Gyu's birth mother
·         Lee Ho-jae as Park Chul, Park Gyu's birth father
·         Seo Beom-shik as Jeon Chi-yong
·         Park Joon as nobleman Song
·         Park Woong as ancestral rites priest
·         Lee Ho-seong as crazy old man
·         Jo Seung-yeon as assistant governor Kim Yi-bang
·         Bang Eun-hee as Go Ba-soon
·         Jung Joo-ri as Han Kkeut-boon
·         Kim Ho-won as Hyang Dol-yi
·         Yoo Tae-woong as Han Philip
·         Jang Kyung-ah as Hong Shi-yeon
·         Kim Byeong-chun as public official Ahn
·         Song Gwi-hyun as Hong Goo-rak
·         Robert Holley as Park Yeon
·         Lee Byung-joon as King Injo
·         So Young-don as Crown Prince Sohyeon
·         Goo Bon-im as Jong-dal's mother
·         Jo Moon-ui as Jong-dal's father
·         Park Hee-jin as Jong-dal
·         Kim Hyun-ah as woman from Kang-jin
·         Lee Han-wi as Lee Sa-pyeong, potter
·         Lee Jung-sub as Kim Hoon-jang

·         Lee Hae-woo as Hyang Dul-yi

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