Title: 상어 / Shark
Chinese Title: 鯊魚
Also known as: Don’t Look Back: The Legend of Orpheus
Genre: Thriller, Melodrama, Romance
Episodes: 20
Broadcast network: KBS2
Broadcast period: 2013-May-27 to 2013-July-30
Air time: Monday & Tuesday 21:55


After being left for dead and witnessing the death of his father caused by a hit and run accident, Han Yi Soo / Yoshimura Junichiro (Kim Nam Gil) returns to Korea from Japan after changing his looks and identity to take revenge on the people who caused his family’s downfall.

While using Jo Hae Woo (Son Yeh Jin), the daughter of the main mastermind that he was actually close to when they were young, he finds himself truly getting attracted to her.

Meanwhile, Oh Joon Young (Ha Suk Jin) is the man that Hae Woo got engaged to while thinking that Yi Soo had died becomes suspicious of his real identity and motives.

Will Han Yi Soo be able to take back the hotels that belongs rightfully to his family and exposed the dirty secrets of his enemies at the stake of losing the woman that he loves?


Main Cast

Kim Nam Gil as Han Yi Soo
- Yun Jun Suk as Han Yi Soo (young)
Son Yeh Jin as Jo Hae Woo
- Kyung Soo Jin as Jo Hae Woo (young)
Ha Suk Jin as Oh Joon Young
- No Young Hak as Oh Joon Young (young)
Lee Ha Nui as Jang Young Hee

Han Yi Soo’s family

Jung In Ki as Han Young Man
Nam Bo Ra as Han Yi Hyun (Yi Soo’s sister)
- Ahn Seo Hyun as Han Yi Hyun (young)

People around Han Yi Soo

Lee Jae Goo as Yoshimura Junichiro
Lee Shi Un as Kim Dong Soo
- Oh Hee Joon as Dong Soo (young)

Jo Hae Woo’s family

Lee Jung Gil as Jo Sang Deuk
Kim Gyu Chul as Jo Ui Sun
Oh Hyun Kyung as Yoo Sun Young
Jung Kyung Soon as Mrs. Park

People around Jo Hae Woo

Park Won Sang as Byun Bang Jin
So Hee Jung as Kim Young Joo
Lee Soo Hyuk as Kim Soo Hyun

Oh Joon Young’s family

Jung Won Joong as Oh Hyun Shik


Choi Duk Moon as Kang Hee Soo
Kim Min Sang as Jung Man Chul
Jung Ae Yun as Lee Hwa Young
Jo Jae Wan as Detective Oh

Production Credits

Production Company: Annex Telecom (에넥스텔레콤)
Chief Producer: Hwang Eui Kyung
Producer: Ji Byung Hyun
Director: Park Chan Hong, Cha Young Hoon
Screenwriter: Kim Ji Woo


This drama is The Third revenge trilogy after ‘Resurrection‘ and ‘The Devil‘ by Kim Ji Woo (screenwriter) and Park Chan Hong (director).


2013 KBS Drama Awards: Best Child Actor – Yun Joon Suk (Shark)
2013 KBS Drama Awards: Rookie Actress – Kyung Soo Jin (Shark)

Episode Preview

Episode 1 (Not Available)
Episode 2
Episode 3
Episode 4
Episode 5 (Not Available)
Episode 6 (Not Available)
Episode 7
Episode 8 (Not Available)
Episode 9
Episode 10
Episode 11
Episode 12
Episode 13
Episode 14
Episode 15
Episode 16
Episode 17
Episode 18
Episode 19
Episode 20

Episode Ratings

    Nationwide Seoul Nationwide Seoul
2013-05-27 1 7.3 8.2 8.2 8.7
2013-05-28 2 7.0 (<7.6) 6.7 7.2
2013-06-03 3 6.5 (<7.5) 6.7 7.0
2013-06-04 4 7.5 (18th) 7.5 (20th) 7.3 (20th) 7.9 (17th)
2013-06-10 5 7.4 (<8.2) 8.8 (17th) 9.4 (14th)
2013-06-11 6 8.0 (19th) 8.6 (19th) 8.5 (19th) 9.0 (18th)
2013-06-17 7 6.9 (<8.7) 7.9 8.8 (17th)
2013-06-18 8 6.2 (<9.1) 6.9 7.2
2013-06-24 9 7.5 (19th) 8.9 (13th) 7.8 8.5 (16th)
2013-06-25 10 7.4 (18th) (<7.6) 7.0 (19th) 7.6 (17th)
2013-07-01 11 9.4 (12th) 10.6 (10th) 9.4 (13th) 10.6 (8th)
2013-07-02 12 9.7 (16th) 11.1 (12th) 10.3 (11th) 11.5 (7th)
2013-07-08 13 9.9 (15th) 11.5 (10th) 9.4 (19th) 10.7 (15th)
2013-07-09 14 10.6 (8th) 11.3 (9th) 10.4 (10th) 11.6 (8th)
2013-07-15 15 9.6 (16th) 10.1 (17th) 10.5 (11th) 11.6 (7th)
2013-07-16 16 10.5 (12th) 11.3 (10th) 9.8 (14th) 10.1 (14th)
2013-07-22 17 9.8 (14th) 10.0 (19th) 9.7 (16th) 10.8 (14th)
2013-07-23 18 10.0 (12th) 10.4 (14th) 9.8 (13th) 10.8 (12th)
2013-07-29 19 9.3 (14th) 10.5 (9th) 8.4 (16th) 8.7 (16th)
2013-07-30 20 10.3 (11th) 11.4 (10th) 10.7 (9th) 11.8 (7th)

Sources: TNmS Media Korea & AGB Nielsen Korea

*** Different between TNmS Media Korea & AGB Nielson – Here


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300 Responses to “Shark”

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  1. 276
    zarima Says:

    kim nam gil why you always accept stories that in the end you died.two kdrama always sad one.. GRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR

  2. 277
    Hanako Says:

    At the first the drama was not bad , but the ending was sad ending up dying after all the hard work he did. In ” BAD GUY ” this actor also ended up dying. I never like any drama ending up dying , waste of time watching. Regret watching in the end as it was 20 episodes story

  3. 278
    laura Says:

    i love KNG even the story seems like bad guy but he always good on revenge story .. he’s cool. and l’m agree he died… im just sad about her sister.. and this movie i love about the story KNG with her sister.. her sister very cute and good .. love this drama … i’m just hoping for the last drama to watch her sister crying after she know her brother died.. :D (maybe i will crying alot) hehehehe
    but doesn’t anyone tell me / help me what the story exactly coz i watched with bad translate… is they daddy “bad guy” ?

  4. 279
    Shin Young Hee Says:

    my tears flow like hell man… when i watched the scene after Yi Soo rescue his sister from kidnapping, and told her that he promise to LIVE happily together with his sister after he finish everything… “can’t be kept promise”…
    when i watched that scene, saw Yi Soo, said that promise with tears… i got a feel that he’ll die in the ending….

    same thing happened… my tears flow like hell when i watched “Bad Guy”… scene where Shim Gun Wook in the mental hospital and didn’t recognize Jae In.. that’s really hurt man… i look forward to see another “revenge drama” like this man…

  5. 280
    Yangyang Says:

    Based on the 3 drama series where Kam Nam Gil appeared or was featured, I noted that he did exhibit / show great acting skills. I greatly admired him when he played the role of Bidam in Queen Seon Deuk. Hoping to see him act again, I watched Bad Man. Yet I was sad when he ended up depressed and dead in this drama series.

    In Shark, Son Yeh Jin and Kam Nam Gil looked good together. Another “Perfect Match” in terms of skills as well between them. However, the drama did not end in the way I HOPED it would be.

    In behalf of Kam Nam Gil’s fans, I pray that we would be able to see him play a lead role again in a drama, where it would end happily between him and his leading lady.

  6. 281
    mel Says:

    i am planning to watch this drama since i’m a big fan of both actors, but after reading some feedback i’m quite hesitating due to, i prefer happy ending. and i’m kinda sick of kim nam gil who always end up dying.

  7. 282
    Ina Says:

    I like this drama from tge begining but i really really hate the ending… Why he died while everythings was done..:((

  8. 283
    Shark | apple028 Says:

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  9. 284
    yuliana andihka Says:

    Bingung ma ending flm nih.KNG masih hidup apa mati y? Trs operasi adeknya berhasil gak y? Masa ada part2 . Yg tau info n bls chat nih y.thx. flm nya bagus + seru . :)

  10. 285
    mauricia Says:

    What a f@#$#@d up ending!!!.. Sooooooo typical of most dramas. Makes me wonder why I watch ‘em ..

    Overall the drama good though.

  11. 286
    Nudge Says:

    I loved this drama.

    The love between Hae Woo and Yi Soo which formed in the first episode was a beautiful thing to behold. How was it that she chose him, the chauffeur’s son as the repository of her heart, over candidates with status and close ties with her own family?

    He saw her as his equal, chiding her when she fell into a pattern of bad behaviour. Such things her own parents were too busy or too selfish to provide. But she took to him as if by a mystical command. Unspoken attraction between them, beyond the physical.

    I was surprised I didn’t recognise the actress who played the young Hae Woo, also played the Crown Princess Min Hoe Bin in “Horse Doctor”. What a lovely actress. Yun Jun Suk who appeared as Han Hyo Joo’s mentally challenged brother in “Shinning Inheritance” gave a sweet performance as our young Yi Soo.

    This is not really the kind of drama you’d expect from a Korean drama production house. This one is a little heavy on the pathos. A tragic and beautiful tale of love. Yet, watched a second time after a period of maturation in ones psyche, the flavour is exquisitely enchanting.

    So it is that some works of art are like that, they linger with an unforgettable after-taste.

  12. 287
    winnie Says:

    Still to watch ep 15-20, the story is quite dragging but interesting. I pity Oh joon young, he is such a kind hearted guy and admire his character of being patient for hae woo’s love. I love the scenes between siblings, the concern and love of Yi Soo towards his sister but get nervous on scenes seemingly showing the sister in danger. From the earlier comments, i know this is not a happy ending to make the story realistic and to let the viewers learned the moral story that living on an eye for an eye ” a tooth for a tooth principle” is not a wortwhile. He should have been thankful to be given a chance to live another life and took care of his sister well instead of exacting revenge. He did not practive what he advised hae woo during the earlier episodes to not dwell on things beyond her control in order to make her life worthwhile.

  13. 288
    winnie Says:

    I understand the writer for killing the character of Yi Soo in the end bu it would have been better if they made scenes clearer. There’s a narration of hae Woo about the doctors comment that it’s a miracle that Yi So did not die of the gun shot and gives feeling to the viewers that he will survive but suddenly cut to scene of hae woo lettng go of the shark pendant in farewll to him. there are a lot of earlier dragging scenes which could have been put to nicer ending

  14. 289
    Gita Says:

    Sad drama ;(

  15. 290
    mackydenise Says:

    i still like this drama, though it has a sad ending but the flow of the story is cool and very interesting. You are really pulled to watch it, especially because of kim nam gil, you’re so handsome, a good looking guy in this drama…

  16. 291
    LT6002 Says:

    why KNG always die at the end of the drama? this drama sadden me just like ‘Bad Guy’ drama. i know it’s a drama right..yet still it’s frustrating. this drama is so good . Love Kim Nam Gil

  17. 292
    a5 Says:

    he always dies in the end…why? :(

  18. 293
    RENA Yooji Says:

    i hope i can meet Director: Park Chan Hong, Cha Young Hoon
    Screenwriter: Kim Ji Woo…i have idea…story for him but how…:(
    coz i love this drama…who can think, story like this…
    last episod…i cry…hahaha…

  19. 294
    Jyj fan Says:

    I don’t know whether to cry about the self- center ness of viewers or to chuckle that this is why it is called “entertainment “. It’s good drama, man! All three dramas KNG died. That’s how tragedy goes. That’s why it’s dramatic! He is mega watt attractive in al three bad roles. No small feat, don’t you agree?

  20. 295
    Boua Says:

    Best dama film but i dont no why it cry and i know something i love kim nan gil so much

  21. 296
    marissa Says:

    The second drama of Kim Nam Gil that ive watched, the first is Queen Seon Deok. He acts so well, so with Son Ye Jin. Looking forward for your new dramas.

  22. 297
    daile Says:

    I love kim nam gil and this drama…more dramas 2 come kim nam gil…

  23. 298
    yulie Says:

    Really…..really love this drama, KNG ur such a talented actor…..<3

  24. 299
    novita Says:

    I hope, one day KNG and Lee Yu Won would act as a couple again but with new story and happy ending. I hope it happen suddently. I am really love this couple in drama

  25. 300
    brenda Says:

    He doesn’t die in the end jst that they us hes on the hospital bed comeon and I agree bad guys ending was the worst but he couldnt leave with the guilt of what he had done to his family so……….

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