Thousand Years Of Love

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Title: 천년지애 / Chun-nyun Ji-ae / Thousand Years Of Love
Chinese Title : 千年之愛
Also known as: Loving for a Thousand Years / The Everlasting Love
Genre: Romance, fantasy
Episodes: 20
Broadcast network: SBS
Broadcast period: 2003-Mar-22 to 2003-May-25
Air time: Saturday & Sunday at 9:45 PM

Synopsis

More than a thousand years ago from the present time, Puyeoju is the Baek Jae Empire’s princess. Unlike other princesses, she is active and skilled in the arts and in sports. When the Baek Jae Empire crumbles due to a spy, Kum-hwa, she runs away with her bodyguard General Guishil Ari and falls in love with him in the meanwhile. The new conquerer Kim Yu-suk is also in love with the princess, but only receives hate in return. In a desperate attempt to win her, he kills Ari, but the princess runs away and jumps off a cliff to kill herself. While falling, she travels more than one thousand years into the future, which is our present time of 2003. Only she remains to be who she was, and she encounters Ari to be an aimless fashion designer Kang In-chul with a warm heart and bad temper. Although he is annoyed at her ignorance of the present world, he comes to fall in love with the princess again. Fujiwara Tatsuji is the son of the Fujiwara dynasty, and once again is mysteriously attracted to the princess. Only she knows the past that holds all three of them together, but will things become an exact replica of the situation back then?

Cast

Sung Yu Ri as Princess Puyeo-ju
So Ji Sub as General Guishil Ari / Kang In-chul
Kim Nam Jin as General Kim Yu-suk / Fujiwara Tatsuji
Kim Sa Rang as Kum-hwa / Go Eun-bi

Extended Cast

Lee Mi Young as Chae Yeo-sa (Go Eun-bi’s mother)
Park Chil Yong as Ko Bong-su (Go Eun-bi’s father)
Im Chae Moo as Doctor Um
Kwon Ki Sun as Doctor Um’s wife
Yang Taek Jo as Tatsuji’s Housekeeper
Lee Chang Hoon as Kim Chun-Chul (Gangster Boss)
Kim Tae Yun as Yuh-rang
Lee Sun Gyun as Pil Gah
Han Tae Yoon as Sook Hee

Production Credits

Writers: Lee Sun Mi, Kim Ki Ho
Producer: Lee Kwan Hee

Official Site

34 Responses to “Thousand Years Of Love”

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  1. 26
    terre Says:

    l loved thls drama. KIC has no lntention to go back with the prlncess. the Prlncess and KYS were fated to each other, he loved her. When KIC said “to look for the Princess” it meant as a joke!

  2. 27
    via Says:

    yeaahh.. i love the idea of the princess end up with KYS because he love her so much and he’ll do anything to win her heart. even gave up his crown n start new life with her.

  3. 28
    via Says:

    makes me realized that Thank God Fujiwara didn’t end up with the princess in the present future because if the princess go back to the past and then get together with General Kim Yu suk, it means that she will be his grandgrandgrandmother, which mean they related by blood.. it means that General Kim Yu suk did marry the princess and thats why fujiwara mother against his relationship with the princess because she’s relative by blood.. that is what I think..

  4. 29
    dorys Says:

    como veo todos los cap de este drama , how i wacht all chapter of this drama

  5. 30
    The most popular korean site in Iran » Blog Archive » Sung Yuri_ Biography Says:

    [...] 2008) The Snow Queen (KBS2, 2006) One Fine Day (MBC, 2006) Prince’s First Love (MBC, 2004) Thousand Years of Love (SBS, 2003) My Platoon Leader (MBC, 2002) Bad Girls (SBS, [...]

  6. 31
    Pamela Says:

    Where can I buy korean movies?

  7. 32
    Phoebe Grace Says:

    It’s like “Time Slip, Dr. Jin” backwards. Still, it’s a really cute story. :)

  8. 33
    ChibiMethos Says:

    This drama was very likely the worst one I have ever watched. The characters were unlikable, the story had the potential to be good, but the writers chose to try and make a comedy out of the situation, and it fell flat.

    The princess was very unroyal and indecisive, the ‘villain’ was evil . . . why? this was never explained. Both of the men she was dealing with that were supposed to be in love with her were at best, immature and childish, and frankly I couldn’t care less about any of the issues these people had.

    If the writers had kept the story in the past, not rushed the “romance” (which also fell flat; it looked more like a bad variant of Stockholm Syndrome than love to me), and made the viewer care about the personalities involved, and left out the random mob boss all together, maybe I would have enjoyed this drama more.

    As it stands, I would never recommend this to anyone, even if they have time to kill.

  9. 34
    Dramamama Says:

    ….watching this drama for the 4th time & enjoying it everytime. Kang In Chul sure has a terrible foul temper. Not very much to my liking but So Ji Sob portrayed this character really well which showed his superb acting skill.
    Sung YuRi was pretty good for a newbie (in acting) then, and I miss Kim Nam Jin…
    Just one thing! It always bothers me whenever I look at the person acting as Kim Chun Chul (the gangster boss). He looks more like Lee Ki Young to me. Correct me if I’m wrong…. but definitely not Lee Chang Hoon as shown under the extended cast heading above. I recognised him as the guy who was obsessed with Baek Sung Joo in When A Man Falls In Love, yes?? Would appreciate it if someone could help me solve this puzzle (as who actually acted as Kim Chun Chul) …. …..

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