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Women of the Sun (2008 TV series)

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Genre  Romance, Melodrama
Directed by  Bae Kyung-soo
Written by  Kim In-young
Country of origin  South Korea
Also known as  Women in the Sun Sisters in Love
Starring  Kim Ji-soo Lee Ha-na Han Jae-suk Jung Gyu-woon

Women of the Sun (Hangul: 태양의 여자; RR: Taeyang-ui Yeoja) is a 2008 South Korean television series starring Kim Ji-soo, Lee Ha-na, Han Jae-suk and Jung Gyu-woon. It aired on KBS2 from May 28 to July 31, 2008 on Wednesdays and Thursdays at 21:55 for 20 episodes.

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Plot

Shin Do-young is a popular TV news anchor who seemingly has it all: good looks and brains, a cushy job and a privileged upbringing. But Do-young has a deep, dark secret. She was abandoned at an orphanage at a young age, but was fortunately adopted by a nice, well-off couple who were unable to have children of their own. But to the couple's surprise, they conceived a few years after Do-young's adoption, which led to the birth of their biological daughter, Ji-young. Afraid of losing the love of her adoptive parents, the teenage Do-young abandoned her five-year-old sister at a train station.

Twenty years later, Do-young hires a cheerful young woman named Yoon Sa-wol as her personal shopper. But Do-young's past returns to haunt her when Sa-wol is revealed to be Ji-young. When Sa-wol learns the truth, she plans her revenge by taking everything from her erstwhile sister, including the man Do-young loves.

Main characters

  • Kim Ji-soo as Shin Do-young / Kim Han-sook
  • Shim Eun-kyung as young Do-young (at 13 years old)
  • Kim Min-ha as young Do-young (in the theatre scene)
  • Lee Ra-hye as young Do-young (as a child)
  • Lee Ha-na as Yoon Sa-wol / Shin Ji-young
  • Jung Min-ah as young Sa-wol
  • Lee Min-hee as young Ji-young
  • Han Jae-suk as Kim Joon-se
  • Jung Gyu-woon as Cha Dong-woo
  • Maeng Se-chang as young Dong-woo
  • Supporting characters

  • Jung Ae-ri as Choi Jung-hee, Do-young's adoptive mother
  • Kang In-deok as Shin Soo-ho, Do-young's adoptive father
  • Kang Ji-sub as Hong Eun-sub
  • Lee Yoo-jung as Jo Hyun-joo, Eun-sub's girlfriend
  • Jang Young-nam as Kim Eun-bi, TV show writer
  • Ahn Jung-hoon as Go Hoon, production director
  • Yoo Jung-seok as Song Chan-young, assistant director
  • Ji Il-joo as Sang-gu, gofer
  • Kim Hye-eun as Jang Shi-eun, TV newscaster
  • Ha Jae-sook as Park Yong-ja, Sa-wol's friend
  • Kim Hyo-jin as Sister Isabelle Yoon, nun who runs the orphanage
  • Yoon Joo-sang as President Jang Tae-mun
  • Kim Mi-kyung as Park Young-sook, Do-young's biological mother
  • Lee Chul-min as pickpocket
  • Seo Ji-yeon as Secretary Jung
  • Yoon Hyun-sook
  • Jang Chae-woo
  • Jung Min-ah
  • Ahn Seo-jung
  • Lee Seok-goo
  • Jung Hyung-min
  • Hyun Sook-hee
  • Episode ratings

    Source: TNS Media Korea

    Remake

    An Indonesian remake titled Dia Bukan Anakku aired in 2010.

    International Broadcasts

  •  Philippines - GMA Network & GMA News TV
  • References

    Women of the Sun (2008 TV series) Wikipedia


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