TV Novel – Eun Hee

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Title: TV소설 – 은희 티저 / TV Novel – Eun Hee
Chinese Title: TV小說- 恩熙
Genre: Family, Romance, Melodrama
Episodes: 140
Broadcast network: KBS2
Broadcast period: 2013-June-24 to 2014-Jan-03
Air time: Monday to Friday 09:00
Related Series: TV Novel

Synopsis

A day before the Korean War broke out in 1950, there was a murder and the drama between the three families has began. The fate takes young couples to strenuous love and forgiveness. (Source)

Eun Hee (Kyung Soo Jin) is shunned by people, because her father was falsely accused of killing a man right before the Korean War. His father died tragically.

Im Sung Jae (Lee Jun) is saved by a man who actually killed his father. He treats him like a father without knowing the truth and. Because of this, Sung Jae has to separate from Eun Hee.

Cha Young Joo (Choi Yoon So) is the daughter of the real killer. She is arrogant and smart. Since she was younger, she has feelings for Im Sung Jae, but Im Sung Jae has always been in love with Eun Hee. Cha Young Joo’s jealousy drives her to try to break up their relationship.

Choi Jung Tae (Jung Min Jin) loves Eun Hee, but he accepts Eun Hee and Sung Jae’s love feeling for each other.

Cast

Main Cast

Kyung Soo Jin as Kim Eun Hee
Lee Jun as Im Sung Jae
- Jung Yoo Geun as Sung Jae (child)
Choi Yoon So as Cha Young Joo
Jung Min Jin as Choi Jung Tae

People around Eun Hee

Lee Dae Yeon as Kim Hyung Man
Kim Hye Sun as Han Jung Ok

People around Sung Jae

Hong Il Kwon as Im Duk Soo
Ban Hyo Jung as Lee Geum Soon
Choi Joon Yong as Lee Baek Soo
Jung So Hee as Baek Soo’s wife

People around Young Joo

Park Chan Hwan as Cha Suk Goo
Hwang Mi Sun as Kang Gil Rye

Captain Go’s people

Choi Joo Bong as Captain Go
Chae Min Hee as Go Soon Duk
Son Jong Bum as Hong Sam Bong

People of Seoul Hotel

Kim Bo Mi as Lola Kim
Lee Ha Yool as Choi Myung Ho
Jo Byung Ki as Kang Jae Pil
Kang Kyung Hun as Madam Jung

Others

Kim Min Kyung as Mi Kyung
Choi Ro Woon as Young Shik (ep 1)

Production Credits

Chief Producer: Kim Sung Geun
Director: Han Chul Kyung
Screenwriter: Ahn Hong Ran, Lee Sang Min

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68 Responses to “TV Novel – Eun Hee”

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  1. 51
    Love Says:

    # (46)
    Linda, thanks for the ending! I’m so sad that JT, did not end uo with Eunee! She should know that SJ kept so much secrecy about all the lies!
    Well I always hated watching TV LOVE NOVEL etc……everyone get forgiving like nothing happen.
    So Linda what ever happen to Mr. Cha?
    Oh! thank you, I stop watching this Drama! Not worthy!

  2. 52
    Logan1707 Says:

    Cant believe I am following this drama until now. 5 more episodes to go, and I hope EH and VP will end up together as they were meant to be together since they met at the first time.

    As I see the preview for ep 136 Mr. Cha has finally put into the jail by Inspector Jo.

  3. 53
    Nudge Says:

    Actually the drama is good for a daytime spot I guess. It is probably the best of the TV novels. (Not an objective statement — as this is my first TV novel — rather an opinion based of what expressed about previous TV novels).

    It ends next week and as of the end of episode 135 the murderer is arrested. I expect his nefarious past and recent activities will be exposed. Eunhui and Sungjae, the fated lovers will resume their courtship and possibly marry. Many a tearful scene are coming I’m sure, as apologies are submitted to the wronged.

    The entire story could be told in a couple of hour long episodes as a drama special. As is, it feels overly padded it somehow loses a lot of the oomph. That said, I found it quaint and a pleasure to watch.

  4. 54
    May Says:

    I love this novel and finally Mr. Cha got the doze of his own medicine! I really really admire the actors here especially now the it’s coming to an end. Eunhui really acts well including Myeongho and Jongtae (whom I would love for Eunhui to end up with) and even the villain – Seokgu! They were all good actors and I wish to see them get more K-Drama projects in the future. Congrats to all of them for a job well done! :D

  5. 55
    Nudge Says:

    Hey @May, Seokgu, Jongtae, Eunui and everyone you mentioned are characters not actors :)

  6. 56
    seb Says:

    yes its a bit long but very good acting and story line

  7. 57
    paw Says:

    VP’s name is Lee Ha Yool. Real name Lee Jong Ho.

  8. 58
    KimV Says:

    OMG!!! i love this drama, i hope the VP and eunhie end together, he was the only that really stand up for her :)

  9. 59
    Logan1707 Says:

    Kind of dissapointed as I have watched the final episode for this TV novel. What the crappy ending is. Learn from myself do not expect to much to watch any TV novel again!!!

  10. 60
    linda Says:

    SJ and eh back together final episode

  11. 61
    joe Says:

    crapping ending

  12. 62
    vp fan Says:

    I hope to see more of the VP cos he was the only reason I continued
    watching; SJ is so wooden wonder how he got the leading role

  13. 63
    Mann Brahim Says:

    I am a bit selective in watching Korean dramas. Previously, the endings were absurd and unreasonable. As times go on, I did watch my wife and daughters en-grossly this drama and eventually and unexpectedly I happened to join in. I find it interesting. The character who has lightened up the drama is Mr. Cha. Almost every day in his life, he will try something to fulfill his greed with out regret. I love to see him being indicted and punished severely. What happened next. Miss Lee(Grandma) is also another sickening character supporting all the way , Mr Cha.

  14. 64
    Alexander Valdez Says:

    Enjoyed all 140 episodes. Not being Korean I enjoy the portrayal of Korean culture and the early historical context of the 1950′s. Having grown weary of violence and X rated American TV Series I find the Korean dramas protrayal of family values and traditions in conflicts common to all cultures interesting and entertaining. In the last episode it seems Mr. Cha dances in the falling snow to expresses his relief of being forgiven by all those he tormented. Not sure if the dance has any significance in the Korean culture.

  15. 65
    Mann Brahim Says:

    Even though the ending is an anti climax, we should commend the moral of the story i.e. is for want of forgiveness . But is it true that Mr. Cha was in sane or experiencing lucid interval warranting him to be exculpated from indictments . Mr. Cha should be put in jail after being convicted of the offences committed. Only then we shall feel satisfied. But this is just a drama……..!

  16. 66
    imhel Says:

    I’m on ep 137 & it’s disappointing, even, disgusting that Yeongju is still unremorseful even after the truth came out….she should also be remorseful not only for deceiving the grandmother but also towards Eunhui since she did a lot of despicable things towards her.

    Yea the acting of that Seongjae is so dry and his character is soo weak, without any conviction or principle. I understand he sees Cha as his father since Cha raised him but shouldn’t he be experiencing some kind of disgust & spite for Cha but that was not shown by the acting of the actor Lee Jun

  17. 67
    Patricia Avelar Says:

    I cannot believe how they ended this. I enjoyed it to the last episode. Should have been about Eunhui, and not Mr. Cha. I was disappointed. Happy to see the V.P and Eunhui got together, but they should have shown more about them.

  18. 68
    Deborah Says:

    i was rooting for the vp. it’s not realistic put songjea and eunui together in the end. it’s just to false!

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