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I can't wait for another spectacular drama with Yeon Jung-hoon ! This looks very good with beautiful cast ... January still far away but yet so close lol

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thanks everyone for all the updates..cant wait this to be air.. :D

here is another poster.


BTS of the photoshoot(i manage to grab hhj's shoot)




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Is 'House Of Universal Helpfulness' the official title of this drama?

Just the English name of the 제중원. Still no official English title, but I guess it's Jejungwon for now.

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Main Character Translation

Hwang Jung / So Geun Gae (Park Yong Woo)

Chosun’s first surgical doctor , born of a butcher.

He attempted to give hope to people through the art of healing during the chaotic period.

Born of a butcher, his name was ‘So Geun Gae’ which means ‘a dog that weighs little’. In other words, it means, son of dog. He transformed from the ‘butcher’s little dog’ who carried on with life believing that killing cows is divine, into the ‘noble student Hwang Jung’ due to the relationship with his long rival ‘Baek Do Yang’.

While trying to earn his mother’s medical bill, he became involved in a case. He was assisting an autopsy experiment, which is illegal, of Baek Do Yang, son of a high official. As the case grew, So Gen Gae ran away carrying an identity tag that explained him as the ‘noble student Hwang Jung’. While escaping, he got shot by a gun. Then Yoo Suk Ran, Baek Do Yang’s beloved, saved him knowing he is Hwang Jung, son of high official.

With Suk Ran’s help Hwang Jung gets a surgery from Doctor Allan, and through this he becomes a doctor in Jae Jung Won, the first western surgical hospital in Chosun. He dreams of helping those like his mom who are unable to get medical treatment because of social position and poverty. However this indicates that he is in danger of exposure of real identity, and also that he will be in endless competition with Baek Do Yang.

With his love for Suk Ran and passion for medical science, he overcomes all kinds of adversities in Jae Jung Won. And in the future he chooses to become a medical soldier while Chosun fights for independence.

Hwang Jung, who overcomes despair and attempted to give hope to other people through medical science in the midst chaos! He is obviously a true forerunner of Chosun medical science.

Baek Do Yang (Yeon Jung Hoon)

A high official of Chosun who is shaken by the title of ‘second class, second greatest’.

The period of chaos dropped his social position,

Nonetheless, he was able to put on a bigger wing of Medical Science instead of dropped social position. He was born as a son of a high official in Chosun and grew up to be a confucian scholar in Sung Gyoon Gwan, Chosun’s university. He lived a life that everyone wanted. However as he became interested in western medical science, his safe and secure life was totally rattled.

He was expelled from Sung Gyoon Gwan because of his interest in western medical science books, and his interest in opening society created a conflict with his father who was a conservative. As a child his mother was driven out of the house because she was studying western literature, and his father died in civil war. The one person who stayed by his side was Yoo SUk Ran, and believed that she will stay with him forever. However she started wavering. So he gave up studying abroad and decided to become an herb doctor in Jae Jung Won. This hints that he will have an inevitable conflict with the genius, Hwang Jung.

Baek Do Yang, who was born rich and smart, was always the greatest wherever he went. However in front of Hwang Jung, he was always second in means of medical science and love. Such disappointment leads him into becoming a cat’s paw of Japan’s colonial medical policy; however he realizes his big mistake and comes back to Jae Jung Won. There he puts on the wing of medical science and grows by himself.

Yoo Suk Ran (Han Hae Jin)

A woman who overcame the pattern of Chosun Women, who could not choose love or life.

Woman who threw away her own yoke herself, then made up her own life.

A new type women of the opening period of chosun..

Due to his father who was an international trade merchant, she experienced various western civilization as she grew up. She grew up with a burning passion of a bigger world, but as the passion grew, the reality of Chosun brought her frustration. The only person who understood such frustration was Bae Do Yang.

It has been 10 years since Yoo Suk Ran, a middle class women, knew the upper class Baek Do Yang. Suk Ran grew naturally in midst of marriage talks between her and Do Yang. However, her life is rattled as Hwang Jung appears in her life. Hwang Jung’s passion and talents attract her. The wavering between Hwang Jung (who hid his true identity), and Do Yang (who was around her for a long time) makes her even stronger person.

With her English skills she helps translation of Allan, the director of Jae Jung Won. As she helps Chosun women who refuses medical diagnosis she feels the need of women doctors and becomes a gynecologist in Jae Jung Won.

Yoo Suk Ran, who chose to control her own life waiving yoke of chosun woman who can not choose love and life herself, is real new type woman in the opening period of chosun.

Allen / Sean Richard

The first director of Jae Jung Won, he came from America as a medical missionary. He loved Chosun so much that he named himself the Chosun name, Anryun. He saves Min Yong Ik, who is minister of government, during a war and earns the trust of GoJong, Chosun king. Through such support, he opened up Jae Jung Won, the first western style hospital, in Chosun.

He met Hwang Jung by chance and found a medical talent in him, and supported him to become a doctor. He tried to show love and peace to the people of Chosun through medical service. As the first director of Jae Jung Won, he faced many adversities against Japan and saved Jae Jung Won. However later he became involved in politics more than missionary work . So, the friction between him and Heron, the second director of Jae Jung Won, grew. Consequently, he leaves Jae Jung Won.

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Jejoongwon’s production press conference


Han Hye-jin, Yeon Jung-hoon

December 23 was production press conference day for SBS’s upcoming medical period drama, Jejoongwon. The cast came dressed in character in their 1880s attire.

In addition to leads Park Yong-woo, Yeon Jung-hoon, and Han Hye-jin, also featured are Sean Richard; a new actress with a famous name, Kim Tae-hee; and former Misuda (Chitchat With Beautiful Ladies) panelist Baillie Catherine Dewar, who hails from New Zealand.

Jejoongwon features a varied cast of characters, who come to the titular medical school at a time when modern medicine is in its incipient stages in Korea. Among them is Park Yong-woo, who plays a man who starts out as a butcher and is therefore treated poorly due to his status. When his mother falls ill, he can’t afford to pay for her medical treatment and loses her. He is on the verge of taking his own life, but surgery saves him. Afterward, he encounters all sorts of tribulations to realize his dream of becoming a doctor of modern medicine.


Park said, “Choosing a drama has a lot of similarities to dating. No matter how much I may like a project, if the production doesn’t think I’m good enough there’s nothing I can do. There are also times they might want me but I’m not interested, but my luck was good for this drama.”

Asked for a filming story, Yeon Jung-hoon explained, “Recently, we filmed a dissection on a real animal.” With an uncomfortable expression, he said ironically, “The smell was great, and seeing the insides…” PD Hong chimed in, “I don’t think he’ll be able to eat samgyubsal (pork) for a week.”

Yeon portrays a man of noble birth who dreams of being the country’s top doctor, but next to Park Yong-woo’s character, he ends up playing Salieri (as in, the competent but less-talented practitioner next to the genius).

Jejoongwon is written by White Tower’s Lee Ki-won and directed by PD Hong Chang-wook of Scales of Providence and To Catch a Kangnam Mother. It is scheduled for 36 episodes and premieres on Monday, January 4.

Below are, in order of appearance: Han Hye-jin, Yeon Jung-hoon (looking sharp!), Park Yong-woo, Kim Tae-hee, Baillie Catherine Dewar, and Sean Richard.













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Guest kdramafanusa

Just the English name of the 제중원. Still no official English title, but I guess it's Jejungwon for now.

MisterX, thanks for replying.


[PREVIEW] SBS TV series "Jejungwon"

Senior Reporter : Kang Myoung-Seok | two@10asia.co.kr

기사입력 2009.12.24 18:13 최종수정 2009.12.24 18:13


From left, SBS TV series "Jejungwon" main cast Park Yong-woo, Han Hye-jin and Yeon Jung-hoon pose during a photo session of a press conference held at the SBS building in Seoul, South Korea on December 23, 2009. [sBS]

SBS Monday & Tuesday TV series "Jejungwon"

Scenarist: Lee Ki-won

Producer: Hong Chang-wook

Cast: Park Yong-woo, Yeon Jung-hoon, Han Hye-jin, etc

Premieres January 4, 2010 at 10 P.M.

It seems that SBS TV series "Jejungwon" should label itself more as a medical drama rather than a historical drama. And it is not just because its scenarist Lee Ki-won had written MBC's hit medical series "White Tower" or because the story revolves around Jejungwon, South Korea's first hospital which used Western medicine during the latter era of the Joseon Dynasty. A video containing a preview of "Jejungwon" shown at a press conference held Wednesday, focused most of its story on medicine -- a life-long rivalry exists between Yeon Jung-hoon and Park Yong-woo, who play the role of doctors at Jejungwon in the drama, because of several surgical operations which split their fates while one's mother and the other's father are both in situations where they cannot receive proper medical treatment. "Jejungwon" seems to aim at portraying the lives of various people who were exposed to Western medicine during the late Joseon Dynasty. And viewers who thought the drama was about a doctor who practiced medicine in such early days, may be shocked seeing the close-to-brutally realistic scenes of surgeries or dissections. It will be interesting to see how Lee Ki-won plays out a medical drama within a historical setting during times which Lee called "a hybrid between old and new civilizations and old and new ways of thinking".

Points for expectation: 9

"A production which will be able to overcome the inferiority of historical dramas stemming from defeat," an SBS official at the press conference said of his expectations of "Jejungwon". The preview video truly did show a level of perfection possibly high enough to save SBS' reputation which had been marred for several years on the failure of its past historical dramas. Tension was well delivered in a scene of a surgery where the medical staff use instruments from the Joseon Dynasty and incidents before and after a surgery which helps to expand the story between characters, had a force which sucked in the audience. Both Yeon and Park's acting is also praiseworthy. But the largest expectation for "Jejungwon" lies in its presentation. Producer Hong Chang-wook tactfully creates scenes ranging from the brutally realistic to close-to-surreal. "Jejungwon" will be considered a well-made historical drama if it maintains its high level of completion throughout its actual airing.

Senior Reporter : Kang Myoung-Seok two@10asia.co.kr

Editor : Jessica Kim jesskim@asiae.co.kr, Jang Kyung-Jin three@10asia.co.kr

<ⓒ10Asia All rights reserved>


[PHOTO] Park Yong-woo poses at "Jejungwon" press conf

Photographer : Park Sung-Ki | musictok@asiae.co.kr

기사입력 2009.12.24 18:13 최종수정 2009.12.24 18:13


Actor Park Yong-woo [Park Sung-ki/Asia Economic Daily]

Actor Park Yong-woo poses during a photo session of a press conference for historical drama "Jejungwon" held at the SBS building in Seoul, South Korea on December 23, 2009. He will star in the SBS TV series set for release on January 4 next year.

Photographer : Park Sung-Ki musictok@asiae.co.kr

Editor : Jessica Kim jesskim@asiae.co.kr

<ⓒ10Asia All rights reserved>

Drama 'Jejungwon'


Dec. 23, SEOUL, South Korea -- The stars of the new drama "Jejungwon" -- Park Yong-woo, Han Hye-jin, Catherine Baillie, Kim Tae-hee, Sean Richard and Yeon Jung-hoon (3rd L to R) -- along with director Hong Chang-wook (L) and scripter Lee Ki-won (2nd L) pose for a photo during a publicity event in Seoul on Dec. 23. The first episode of the drama, which depicts Korea's first modern hospital established in 1885, will be aired by the SBS TV network on Jan. 4. (Yonhap)

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Does anyone know if this has been picked up by a group of fansubbers? I checked WITHS2 and Haruharu, but it seems like neither has picked it up yet (either that, or I'm blind and missed the info). Any news about this?

I'm studying korean, but I'm still at super-newbie level and I don't think I can understand a highly speciliazed drama such as this one, which I'm really, really looking forward to.

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We need to change the title of this thread.


Source: The Korea Times 12-29-2009 16:21

Dramas to Look for on Small Screen in 2010

By Han Sang-hee

Staff Reporter


SBS is bringing its new drama “Jejungwon” about the nation’s first modern hospital during the Joseon Kingdom. Starring Yeon Jung-hun, right, Park Yong-woo, left, and Han Hye-jin, the soap will start airing Jan. 4 at 10 p.m. / Courtesy of SBS

This year's lineup of dramas proved to be interesting. There were young, handsome characters attracting female fans ("Boys Over Flowers,'' KBS), smart housewives took over households and offices ("My Wife is a Superwoman,'' MBC) and ancient royalty ("The Great Queen Seondeok,'' MBC) and intelligence agents ("Iris,'' KBS) fought for their lives on the small screen.

For 2010, networks are preparing another year of compelling dramas based on history, catchy storylines and even war.

Back to the Past

Three networks are traveling back in time, mostly to the Joseon era (1392-1910) for their 2010 lineups.

SBS will air "Jejungwon,'' a stylish drama about the nation's first "modern" hospital during the Joseon Kingdom period. It will star Yeon Jung-hun, husband of actress Han Ka-in, as the rich and smart doctor Baek Do-yang, and movie star Park Yong-woo will appear as Joseon's first surgeon, Hwang Jung. Actress Han Hye-jin will star as Joseon's first female doctor. Historic records show that doctors at Jejungwon looked after many sick people, regardless of their economic status in the hierarchical Joseon society. "Jejungwon'' will begin airing Jan. 4 at 10 p.m. on SBS.

KBS will present three different dramas based on the theme of noblesse oblige and present famous historical figures that spent their lives performing various services. The first of the three is "Myungga'' (working title), which presents the history of the Choi family, a famous household of 300 years ago based in Gyeongju, North Gyeongsang Province. "Myungga'' literally means a noble household. Starring Cha In-pyo and Han Go-eun, it will show the rules and discipline the Choi family had to go through during the turbulent Joseon Kingdom. The series will start airing Jan. 2 at 9:40 p.m.


Following the 16-episode "Myungga'' will be "The Merchant, Kim Man-deok'' (working title), starring actress Lee Mi-yeon as a courageous merchant of the Joseon era. The drama will feature Lee as Kim Man-deok (1739-1812), who donated all her belonging to poor villagers living on Jeju Island. This is Lee's first drama in three years, and her first period drama in eight years since the hit series "The Last Empress'' on KBS.

"The Merchant, Kim Man-deok'' will start airing on KBS in March.

The final series of KBS' "noblesse oblige'' project will be about independence fighter Lee Hoe-young (1867-1932). When Japanese invaded Korea, Lee donated all of his savings and moved to China to build a school. He trained soldiers and scholars who later led the army to win numerous battles during the early 20th century. He died in prison after being captured and tortured by the Japanese army. Further details regarding the series are to be confirmed soon.

MBC will bring back producer Lee Byung-hun ― the maker of hit television series including "Jewels in the Palace,'' "Heo Jun,'' "Prince of the Legend'' and "Lee San, Wind of the Palace'' ― to offer "Dongi' (working title) in March. The new drama will present the story of King Sukjong (1661-1720) of the Joseon Kingdom and Sukbin Choi, one of his consorts. Choi later gave birth to King Youngjo (1694-1776). Actor Ji Jin-hee, who also starred in "Jewel in the Palace,'' will appear as King Sukjong. Han Hyo-joo, the young heroine of popular drama "Brilliant Legacy'' (SBS), will play the part of Choi.

Meanwhile, KBS will follow "Iris" with "Chuno," a show about house servants referred to as "chuno." The drama will star Jang Hyuk as slave hunter Lee Dae-gil and Oh Ji-ho as the slave Song Tae-ha. "Chuno'' begins airing Jan. 6 at 9:55 p.m. on KBS.

Catchy Stories

MBC is continuing with its successful streak of culinary dramas with "Pasta," following "Jewel in the Palace'' (2003), "My Lovely Sam-soon'' (2005) and "Coffee Prince'' (2007). The story revolves around aspiring female chef Seo Yu-gyeong, played by model-turned actress Kong Hyo-jin. The series will follow the relationships between Seo, chef Choi Hyun-wook (Lee Sun-kyun) and sous chef Geum Suk-ho (Lee Hyung-chul), and also give an inside view of a kitchen and the making of Italian dishes. "Pasta'' will start airing Jan. 4 at 10 p.m.


Actress Moon Geun-young returns to the small screen as an evil sibling in the upcoming drama "Cinderella's Sister'' (working title). This will be the first evil role for the 22-year-old, who is famous for her innocent image. "Cinderella's Sister'' is scheduled to air in March.

KBS will air a Japanese manga-based drama called "Master of Study," which is based on "Dragon Zakura'' by Norifusa Mita. It's the story of a young boy and his friends who learn the importance of studying and friendship as they prepare for the university entrance exam. Funny man Kim Su-ro will appear for the first time in a television series as a charismatic and headstrong teacher, while boy-next-door Yoo Seung-ho will star as the stubborn yet charming Hwang Bek-hyun. The soap will start airing Jan. 4 at 10 p.m.

War Heroes

The year 2010 marks the 60th anniversary of the outbreak of the Korean War (1950-1953), so it's fitting that there will be a couple of dramas depicting the war.

Heartthrob So Ji-sub will star in MBC's "Road No. 1,'' a drama about the survival of two young soldiers. Along with So, movie star Kim Ha-neul will return to the small screen as a military doctor. The title refers the main road that connected South and North Korea during the war. "Road No. 1'' is scheduled to air in June.

KBS is working on "Jeonwoo'' (working title), which means comrade. It's a remake of a popular television series in the 1970s, and the state-run network will upgrade the drama into a series depicting the war and its aftermath. Details on the project will be confirmed soon.


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WITHS2 just added this drama to their future project list.

Horray!!! Now I don't have to worry about having to watch it in viikii :P .

MisterX, I like your Chu-Mong signature!

NoNoNoNo... only tangential to Jumong (if you notice, every Goguryeo-related drama uses it). It's the 삼족오 (three legged raven), Goguryeo's symbol. Been using that online ever since late 2005. Hell, I even tattooed that on my arm in 2003 (when I actually didn't know what it was, but that's besides the point. Guess I saw it on some history book and instantly loved it. ㅋㅋ).

We're subbing Jejungwon. Not me, but other folks in the family will take care of it.

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thanks everyone for all the updates! :D

tomorrow we will get to see jejungwon on air.

cant wait. ;)

wanna share HHJ and YJH attended a special programme

they share about the drama Jejungwon and about their personal life..




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Source: The Korea Herald 2010.01.04

Six dramas revamping 2010 lineup

The New Year heralds a new start for the three major broadcasting networks. A total of six dramas are revamping the 2010 lineup.

A trio of period pieces shuns court and queen and explores the past from a different angle, while a rom-com, a family-oriented drama and a teen-friendly series tackle modern-day issues. Here's a closer look at this month in television.

The Slave Hunters


A swashbuckling period piece with a fresh premise, KBS' new Wednesday and Thursday night series looks set to carry on the winning streak of its blockbuster predecessor "IRIS."

The action-packed series, aptly titled "The Slave Hunters," channels the high stakes allure of a modern-day thriller while bringing on the classic tang of a martial arts piece and the grit of a Western.

The tale unfolds in the 1600s, during the Joseon Dynasty. The king and two of his sons are dead. One final son, the last crown prince remains. A former warrior-turned-slave, Song Tae-ha, is sent on a mission to save him. The infamous slave hunter, Lee Dae-gil, is sent on a mission to capture Song Tae-ha.

In essence, viewers will be tuning into a 24-episode long chase scene. Despite its longevity, this is a prolonged pursuit that promises to never let up. Stellar action scenes involving martial arts, swords and guns and a bar brawl or two will keep audiences on the edge of their seats as they cheer on the hunter and the hunted.

"Tazza (The War of Flowers)" actor Jang Hyuk, who is returning to the small screen as slave hunter Lee Dae-gil, captured the charm of his bad boy persona at a press conference on Dec. 21: "Rather than categorize him as a villain, my character possesses both good and evil traits."

Bulked up, sporting a tan, long bedraggled locks and a devil-may-care smirk, Jang Hyuk looked well-suited for his a role as a ruthless hunter.

But it is the duality of his character that will display his versatility and charm as an actor.

A nobleman who lost his family to a fire set off by the brother of his first love, Jang Hyuk is tasked with the burden of making a convincing transformation from a soft and gentle aristocrat to a vengeful and cold-hearted ruffian.

Starring opposite Jang Hyuk, "My Wife is a Superwoman" Oh Ji-ho takes his first turn at a period piece as slave Song Tae-ha. "My Girl" actress Lee Da-hae plays Lee Dae-gil's first love and Song Tae-ha's last love.

"Spirit of Jeet Keun Do" actor Lee Jong-hyeuk spices things up as an assassin hot on Song Tae-ha's trail. "Marrying the Mafia II: Gamunui Wigi" actor Gong Hyung-jin sheds his comedic skin for the role of a tattooed slave who shoots up aristocrats and "Jump 2009" actor Kim Ji-suk plays a member of Lee Dae-gil's slave hunter posse.

Jejungwon The Hospital


Starting tonight, SBS fuses two popular genres -- medical drama and historical romance -- for its new series "Jejungwon The Hospital."

Based on the first modern hospital in Korea, the new period piece charts the establishment of Kwanghyewon, later named Jejungwon, by American missionary Dr. Horace Newton Allen in 1885 and of its first Korean doctors.

"Once Upon A Time" actor Park Yong-woo plays a butcher's son who becomes Korea's first surgeon. "East of Eden" actor Yeon Jung-hoon stars as the aristocrat with a passion for medicine. "Jumong" actress Han Hye-jin tackles the role of Horace Allen's translator, a heroine who becomes a doctor.

The Reputable Family

Yet another period piece that goes against the trend towards charting royalty, KBS' new Saturday and Sunday night series churns out a classic family saga with the tale of the famed and wealthy Gyeongju Choi household.

Veteran actor Cha In-pyo and actress Han Go-eun star opposite each other in "The Reputable Family." The first episode aired on Saturday.



The gourmet rom-com has established itself as a staple of Korean television. From "My Lovely Sam-soon" to "Coffee Prince," MBC has been successful at this genre and is attempting to repeat history with its new Monday and Tuesday series "Pasta."

Featuring "Coffee Prince" actor Lee Sun-gyun as the new chef of an Italian restaurant and "Thank You" actress Kong Hyo-jin as his ambitious underling, "Pasta" promises to bring a bit of kitchen romance to the small screen. Former Miss Korea Lee Ha-nui and Clazziquai Project singer Alex will also be starring in the series.

The Masters of the Art of Study

Last January, KBS garnered massive viewer ratings with its comic book-inspired hit series "Boys Over Flowers." This year KBS is bringing audiences yet another comic book-based drama with its new Monday and Tuesday night series "The Masters of the Art of Study."

Like "Boys Over Flowers," a Japanese TV version of the original comic series has already aired. "The Masters of the Art of Study" director Yoo Hyun-gi promises that the Korean version will not draw inspiration from the Japanese television drama.

"We are making the original comic book Koreanized," he said at a press conference last week, adding that it would showcase more content and that it would be reinterpreted to suit "our situation."

Comedic veteran actor Kim Su-ro plays the lawyer tasked with saving a high school from closure by sending five of its underdog students to Korea's top university. Actress Bae Doo-na plays the school's good-hearted English teacher. "The Great Queen Seondeok" hottie Yoo Seung-ho, "The Host" actress Ko Ah-seong and girl group T-ara member Ji-yeon star as the school's students.

When asked how he felt about playing a rebellious student, the 16-year old Yoo answered: "I play a student who confronts his teachers and is hip."

Sporting an edgy haircut and pierced ears, he grinned.

"It's really fun."

Wish Upon a Star

This year, SBS is going to make Monday and Tuesday nights a double whammy. Airing right before "Jejungwon The Hospital," SBS drama "Wish Upon a Star" and future dramas that will air in its timeslot targeting female viewers aged 30 and over, stated an SBS press release.

"Famous Princesses" actress Choi Jung-won stars as a newly orphaned heroine raising her adopted siblings. "Love and Marriage" actor Kim Ji-hoon stars opposite Choi.


"The Slave Hunters" airs its first episode on Wednesday on KBS 2 TV at 9:55 p.m.

"Jejungwon The Hospital" starts tonight on SBS at 9:55 p.m.

"The Reputable Family" airs on KBS 1 TV at 9:40 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays.

"Pasta" starts tonight on MBC at 9:55 p.m.

"The Masters of the Art of Study" starts tonight on KBS 2 TV at 9:55 p.m.

"Wish Upon a Star" starts tonight on SBS at 8:50 p.m.


By Jean Oh

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NoNoNoNo... only tangential to Jumong (if you notice, every Goguryeo-related drama uses it). It's the 삼족오 (three legged raven), Goguryeo's symbol. Been using that online ever since late 2005. Hell, I even tattooed that on my arm in 2003 (when I actually didn't know what it was, but that's besides the point. Guess I saw it on some history book and instantly loved it. ㅋㅋ).

We're subbing Jejungwon. Not me, but other folks in the family will take care of it.

Got it! The minute I see the three-leg bird, I instantly think of Jumong :P .

I like your signature anyway :D .

Whoever sub Jejungwon, thank you. Han Hye Jin looks gorgeous in sageuk dramas.

I hope I won't be disappointed.

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Guest Masaya

OMG, it's up already. You guys are so quick. Thanks so much. (Downloading now. :D ) I wonder how they did with the rating. I really hope they did well.

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