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Title: 청담동 앨리스 / Cheongdamdong Alice
Chinese Title: 清潭洞愛麗絲
Also Known as: Alice in Cheongdamdong
Genre: Romance, comedy
Episodes: 16
Broadcast network: SBS
Broadcast period: 2012-Dec-1 to 2013-Jan-27
Air time: Saturday & Sunday 21:50

Synopsis

Han Se Kyung (Moon Geun Young) is a talented young designer with a very positive character. She wins many designing contests and finally joins a clothing company. But She only does errands and chores rather than design at work. Meanwhile, the wife of the upper management in this company humiliates her. The wife is actually her former high school classmate who didn’t do better than her in school. The situation change until she met Cha Seung Jo (Park Shi Hoo), who is a president of a luxury brand shop in Cheongdamdong and he will change her life after that.

Cast

Main Cast

Park Shi Hoo as Cha Seung Jo
Moon Geun Young as Han Se Kyung
So Yi Hyun as Seo Yoon Joo
Kim Ji Suk as Tommy Hong

Supporting Cast

Kim Yoo Ri as Shin In Hwa

People around Se Kyung

Nam Goong Min as So In Chan (Se Kyung’s ex-boyfriend)
Jung In Ki as Han Deuk Ki (Se Kyung’s father)
Lee Jong Nam as Jung Yoon Hee (Se Kyung’s mother)
Hye Jung as Han Se Jin (Se Kyung’s younger sister)
Shin So Yool as Choi Ah Jung

People around Seung Jo

Han Jin Hee as Cha Il Nam
Park Kwang Hyun as Heo Dong Wook
Choi Sung Joon as Secretary Moon
Jung Myung Joon (정명준) as Artemis’s executive officers

People around Yoon Joo

Kim Seung Soo as Shin Min Hyuk
Goo Won as Seo Ho Min
Yoon So Jung as Mrs. Jung
Park Young Ji as Chairman Shin
Jung Geun as Assistant Manager Kim

Cameo

Song Sun Mi as Artemis’s costumer
Jun No Min as Jang Myung Ho (Tommy Hong’s party guest)
Park Kwang Soo (박광수) as Tommy Hong’s party guest
Lee Jong Bak as Tommy Hong’s party guest
Park Sang Yun (박상연) as Tommy Hong’s party guest
Ida Daussy (이다 도시) as Tommy Hong’s party guest
Edward Kwon (에드워드 권) as Tommy Hong’s party guest

Production Credits

Production Company: KP&SHOW
Producer: Lee Sung Hoon, Joo Dong Min
Original novel: Chungdamdong Duck by Lee Hye Kyung
Director: Jo Soo Won, Shin Seung Woo
Screenwriter: Kim Jin Hee, Kim Ji Woon

Awards

2013 SBS Drama Awards: New Star – Kim Yoo Ri (Alice in Cheongdamdong, The Master’s Sun)
2013 Apan Star Awards – Best Rookie Actress: Kim Yoo Ri (Cheongdamdong Alice, The Master’s Sun)

Episode Ratings

Date Ep TNmS TNmS AGB AGB
    Nationwide Seoul Nationwide Seoul
2012-12-01 1 8.7 (17th) 10.0 (10th) 8.6 (17th) 9.3 (14th)
2012-12-02 2 8.3 (19th) 10.3 (15th) 8.6 (15th) 9.4 (11th)
2012-12-08 3 11.0 (12th) 13.3 (5th) 10.6 (9th) 10.9 (9th)
2012-12-09 4 9.7 (15th) 12.0 (13th) 9.1 (17th) 10.1 (12th)
2012-12-15 5 13.1 (6th) 14.5 (5th) 12.5 (7th) 13.4 (5th)
2012-12-16 6 10.9 (12th) 13.1 (7th) 10.2 (12th) 11.4 (8th)
2012-12-22 7 11.0 (14th) 13.1 (6th) 10.6 (12th) 11.9 (7th)
2012-12-23 8 10.6 (14th) 12.8 (8th) 10.9 (13th) 12.1 (10th)
2013-01-05 9 17.6 (3rd) 19.8 (3rd) 15.2 (3rd) 16.6 (3rd)
2013-01-06 10 15.0 (8th) 17.1 (6th) 14.7 (6th) 16.2 (5th)
2013-01-12 11 15.2 (4th) 17.5 (3rd) 14.4 (5th) 15.6 (5th)
2013-01-13 12 13.9 (9th) 16.3 (5th) 13.5 (8th) 15.0 (6th)
2013-01-19 13 12.9 (6th) 13.9 (4th) 15.0 (4th) 16.2 (3rd)
2013-01-20 14 13.4 (8th) 15.3 (7th) 14.4 (7th) 16.6 (4th)
2013-01-26 15 14.9 (5th) 16.7 (4th) 15.6 (4th) 16.7 (4th)
2013-01-27 16 14.8 (6th) 17.1 (5th) 16.6 (4th) 18.6 (3rd)

Sources: TNmS Media Korea & AGB Nielsen Korea

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

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Official Site

Trailer I & Trailer II & Trailer III & Trailer IV

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891 Responses to “Cheongdamdong Alice”

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  1. 851
    critic Says:

    kinda disappointed with the ending … hmmmnnn … why is it that han se kyung continue with the lies when there are many istances that she could tell the truth?? and i still love Park Shi Hoo in the Princess Man series … he’s acting in that drama is Brilliant!

  2. 852
    helineam Says:

    I loved nothing more, PSH is a very good actor, I prefer here Cheongdamdong alice that the princess’man because his character is really too funny and engaging, I loved Han In Kyung represented by MGY always great actress who understands his role and is very well, here she plays a girl who fights against poverty disappointed with her ​​ex boyfriend, she decides to fight at all costs, I devoured every episode, the beautiful end the story is really touching to me, we cry, we laugh all I like dramas … and supporting actors played very well too.

  3. 853
    Coumba Says:

    I loved the story, the main and secondary characters, a drama must see and try to understand the story before judging! A fan from South Africa

  4. 854
    NASA Says:

    Guyss help me how can I watch this movie??

  5. 855
    meilan Says:

    Really fun!! Lol.. I love it…

  6. 856
    azadeh Says:

    I love this drama . I love PSH’s characters . he is very very good & nice actor . PSH kidari 4 U

  7. 857
    Marlo Says:

    I like the theme and originality, it changes the stereotypes that we have in styles dramas. This is the first of its kind that I see and it’s not unpleasant to see a darker and calculator in the usual romantic comedies face. Thank you.

  8. 858
    Ten Characters in Dramas & Movies That Changed My Views | Life Is Beautiful Says:

    […] Han Se-Kyung in Cheongdamdong Alice […]

  9. 859
    BRENDA Says:

    fantastic……………..

  10. 860
    lisa6 Says:

    Fans in Taiwan,

    CDDA is about to premiere in Taiwan on July 22. The TV channel Videoland has released a number of previews.

    CR: http://parksihoo4u.com/2013/07/19/cdda-preview-in-taiwan-2/

  11. 861
    Nihal Says:

    amazing drama and worths watching
    i looved the twist and there is so many lessons in it
    great performence, all the actors did a wonderful job and i specialy loved the way they used the alice tale here ^^

  12. 862
    see Says:

    to me this is an interesting story because i always wait for the next scene, what would happen, how would the writer make each character respond, get away or deal with each situation, that defines a good story, it is not boring..
    i agree with the comment about drinking, in each korean series that i have watched so far, a scene of drinking is always there, no matter what story is about, family, friends, detective etc..isn’t that sort of an affirmation or campaign about drinking ? when you want to abolish something then you don’t include it in series that ppl watch in their homes, watched by adults and kids, i wonder why drinking is seemed to be accepted as the right way to escape from problems..?
    i also wonder about scenes where Seo Yoon Joo were “serving” the family including In Hwa – her “younger” sister in-law…the younger are supposed to be respectful to the older but in this case since Yoon Joo is only a daughter in-law and didnt come from an equally affluent family, so she has to “serve”…? what about if Yoon Joo is a daughter in-law but her family is also a chaebol..? a bit strange to me, an older sister in-law has to wait on a younger one just because she comes from a poorer family. does this happen in reality of Korea? does that originate from the culture of ancient Kings (the monarch)?
    it is said that HSK is about 27 yo. at 27 if you just work as an employee, how rich could you be? unless you are a talented artist/actor who started your career since age 1, for instance, doing films, being a model/ambassador for products etc..then perhaps at 27 you could have already owned, say, 5 (multi?)national companies. or you are an innovator, an entrepreneur who had done some ground-breaking, phenomenal whatever – then at 27 your name could probably be one among the list of Forbes? but if you are just working as an employee, like HSK, how rich could you get at 27? – because HSK here is described to be such in despair -> after all her hard work, her endeavors, best efforts etc she was still in the lower-middle class..? is that realistic? sounds greedy to me if you want to be “cheongdam dong affluent” at 27 while what you do is…
    it also makes me wonder about the circles of the rich – in reality, is there a “rags” who is best friend, in sincerety, with a “riches”..? ppl, in their effort to become a “somebody”, to gain respect, sometimes “lose themselves” in the process ..
    lastly, i like the supporting leads more, Seo Yoon Joo & Tommy Hong. like one of the comment said about Yoon Joo-Soo Yi Hyun success because of that role. to me Tommy Hong and Yoon Joo characters are more interesting, more colors – the very “up”s and very “down”s….
    bravo to all the cast, writer, director….

  13. 863
    lisa6 Says:

    Shopping Kdrama Style

    Seoul can be a fun place to shop while stocking up on some kdrama atmosphere. Naturally, you can always wander around the upscale Cheomdamdung shopping district and visit the boutiques where so many kdrama heroines have their compulsory makeovers, but there are more shops to stop in.

    A good place to start your kdrama window-shopping is a store featured in “Cheomdamdung Alice,” a drama centering on a department store. Many of the romantic scenes between Park Shi Hoo and Moon Geun Young, took place in front of The Galleria, a luxury-brand store owned by the Hanwha Group. Located in the wealthy district of Apgujeong-dong, the Galleria Department Store not only offers shopping options but also plenty of cafes and restaurant to relax in.

    It’s located at 343, Apgujeong-ro, Gangnam-gu. For more information, call 82 2 1330. To get there, take subway line 3 to the Apgujeong Station, Exit 2. Head toward the corner where KDB Bank is located and turn right. At the ext bus stop, take Bus 4318. Get off at the Apgujeong-dong Hanyang Apt. bus stop.

    Cr:
    http://www.ohkpop.com/129333/k-pop-destinations-shopping-kdrama-style

  14. 864
    dean Says:

    i will support only this for best drama of 2013 although i know its really hard to reach the top but still this is my favorite.go go go!

  15. 865
    lisa Says:

    It’s time again to vote for ‘The Best Korean Drama of 2013′.
    ‘The Nomination Round’ is from 2013-Nov-9, 00:00KST to 2013-Nov-30, 23:59KST.

    CDDA fans,

    Please nominate for Cheongdamdong Alice at this link.

    http://www.koreandrama.org/?p=30509

  16. 866
    lisa Says:

    Rule in The Nomination Round:-
    – 1 IP address can only Nominate for 1 time/day
    – 1 time can Nominate for maximum of 8 dramas
    – Same IP address can Nominate again after 24 hours
    – The Top 8 in ‘The Nomination Round’ will go to ‘The Final Round’
    – All Top 8 Dramas will count from 0 in ‘The Final Round’

    Let’s vote every day for CDDA…it’s now rank #13..

  17. 867
    phoebe Says:

    l like this drama very much,and park sihoo’s acting is so excellent!fans from china

  18. 868
    lisa Says:

    phoebe #867

    I love PSH’s acting as CSJ too….awesome..CSJ is so cute, comical, handsome, bright… can go on and on…:)
    Please inform fellow fans from China to vote for CDDA every day at the website link in #865…1 IP address can nominate once a day till 30 Nov.
    Fighting!

  19. 869
    ilknur-Turkey Says:

    Cheongdamdong Alice, really perfect drama.. I love Park Si Hoo,His really great actor.. I will support CDDA,just CDDA..Hwaiting^^

  20. 870
    nanekin Says:

    Really interesting and unusual script. Park Shi Hoo is acting just great in this drama. He is such a talent. Before I used to like only his smile, but now I really like his acting and respect him as an fantastic actor. From one drama to the next he is improving his acting skills. So Cheongdamdong Alice deserves to be the best korean drama of 2013. I have never before watched such kind of drama. Honestly, that was something. Want a new drama with PSH. Miss him.

  21. 871
    lisa Says:

    PSH Interview on KNTV

    2013.11.18

    “Cheongdam-dong Alice” KNTV TV debut in Japan commemoration! Notice of official Park Si Hoo interview and preview.

    “Cheongdam-dong Alice” will make its debut in Japan on KNTV in December 2013.
    The broadcast of the first episode is just around the corner on November 21. In the midst of rising expectations, we are introducing this official interview of Park Si Hoo who plays Cha Seung Jo. The preview of the drama is published on the official site.

    “Cheongdam-dong Alice” is a drama that depicts the incongruous dreams of a woman whose “project is to become a Cheongdam-dong daughter-in-law” and a man who is looking for “a love that has become extinct”, with the man despising such kind of woman who makes marriage the business of a lifetime.

    Interview

    Q: Please tell us why you chose this work.

    A: Although there were some slightly comical parts in my previous works, Cha Seung Jo (CSJ) in ”Cheongdam-dong Alice” (CDDA) is an attractive character that requires not just simple comical acting: his range of emotions is very wide, consisting of joy, anger, humor, and pathos^^.

    Q: Drastic comical acting has become a hot topic, but how was CSJ’s unique “broken acting” born? Did you consult with the director? Did you come up with it yourself? Or did you refer to something else? Please tell us.

    A: Broken??? Don’t you think it’s cool, even if it is broken? ( Laughs)
    In the beginning, the script just called for comical acting, but I soon became assimilated into the CSJ character and started to ad lib on set without noticing it myself. The scriptwriter saw and approved, and said that’s CSJ, and so that’s how CSJ evolved.

    Q: Any memorable episodes during shooting?

    A: Last winter when we were shooting CDDA, it was colder than usual and a lot of snow fell, so it’s not just outdoor shooting, even in the interior of a room, every time we said any words, our breath appeared white, and our hands and ears were all red. After the broadcast, many people asked: “How come your breath comes out white in the bedroom and living room of the house of the rich?” So this became a joke. (Laughs)
    Also in the scene where I poured soy sauce over Tommy Hong’s head, I’ve become so immersed in the role that I really poured a lot of soy sauce. (Laughs).

    Q: Please tell us your impression of acting with Moon Geun Young. She’s had a long career as an actress since her child actor days, but please tell us if the real person is any different from the image.

    A: Because of her cute appearance, I had the impression she’s very young, but on set she’s an adult and a thoughtful person. She’s very considerate of other people; she’s a veteran more than anything else.

    Q: What is the secret story of how CSJ’s dialect came about? (Are you any good with your dialect?)

    A: The dialect that I spoke was not in the script originally. But once I was talking with the scriptwriter and the fact that I came from Chungcheongnam-do came out. So I started playing with the dialect and I got hooked. And that’s how it came about. By the way, I do not normally use the dialect. (Laughs)

    Q: That scene of CSJ biting his nails … he seems to be the edgy, nervous type. In real life is Park Si Hoo also like that?

    A: (Thinking for a moment ) … Hmmm , are you referring to that scene when I sent an e-mail to Han Se Kyung but the reply had not come, and I was waiting and biting my nails … restless? (Laughs)

    Q: What are the similarities and differences between CSJ and PSH?

    A: CSJ appears tough on the outside but is really soft and delicate inside. People’s first impression of me may be I seem cold but actually I have a warm heart. Ha!Ha!Ha! As for how I’m like CSJ, when I’m with people I’m familiar with, I could be very funny … ^ ^

    Q: Please tell us some highlights of ”Cheongdam-dong Alice”.

    A: (Thinking) … Hmmm … CSJ’s comical acting and the ups and downs of CSJ’s emotions invite laughter. And CSJ suddenly lapsing into dialect is also funny. (Laughs) … Then at the time it was broadcast in Korea, CSJ’s style also became a hot topic — his expensive custom-made suits, his handkerchiefs and diamond studded clips, etc. Each time after a broadcast, ”Cha Seung Jo fashion” became the #1 search word.

    Q: In 2012 you rose to the radically different challenges of the image-changing “Confession of Murder” and ”Cheongdam-dong Alice”, something you’ve never done before. In what ways have you grown as an actor through your roles?

    A: Whenever I digest a role one by one each time, I grow little by little inside, and then I feel stronger and stronger outside, filling the character in each work. Mind you, the CSJ role in CDDA is really special.
    “Confession of Murder” was also a fresh experience, and it was also the character I play in a movie for the first time. COM appeals to me because that’s a role I’ve wanted to do ever since I started acting. It allows me to express a wide range of emotions.

    (Source: http://navicon.jp/news/20857/)
    (Credits: http://navicon.jp. Thanks! English translation by HAT @PSH4U)

    Credits : Parksihoo4u.com. Thank You!

  22. 872
    lisa Says:

    @ nanekin

    Yes, CDDA deserves to be the best korean drama in 2013 and PSH the Best Actor for his role as CSJ.

    I especially love the highlights of CDDA…especially CSJ’s comical acting and the ups and downs of CSJ’s emotions, and his lapses into dialects… definitely a rare character so well acted by PSH. I have not seen any real comical character in korean drama, like CSJ…. amazing, awesome!
    CSJ’s dancing styles are also unprecedented! COOL! SO CUTE!
    And CSJ’s fashion style is so elegant…so Handsome and HOT!

  23. 873
    yamırrr Says:

    Ben çok beğenerek izledim park si hoo çok iyiydi.Tek anlamadığım şey the heirs daha bitmedi bitmeyen bir dizinin listede olması çok saçma. Bence konusu fazlasıyla basit PARK Sİ HOO PARK Sİ HOO :)))

  24. 874
    lisa Says:

    Review comments of CDDA

    http://seoulinlovenow.blogspot.sg/p/korean-drama.html

    “I was drawn to watch Cheongdamdong Alice by Park Shi Hoo because I have always liked him since watching him in Family’s Honour few years back. He is a very charismatic actor and I seriously like him more after watching him as Cha Seung Jo in Cheongdamdong Alice (he is cute when wearing spectacles, hee..) He successfully portray the delightful character of Cha Seung Jo in this drama and it really cracks me up a lot of times while watching his childish behaviour; such as switching to Korean dialect accent whenever he gets too agitated, enjoys going through the short lamp post in his office and gets revenge, the way he dances, etc.

    I love how he will put on a cool front when he is in fact very smug or thrilled over something and talking to himself while analysing the possible outcome of a situation comically. The way he is trying to hide his true identity as Chairman from Han Se Kyung (Moon Geun Young) and his encounter with Secretary Moon and his doctor friend is also extremely hilarious!

    Speaking of Moon Geun Young, she is really everlasting baby face; gosh, she looks just about the same when I first saw her in Autumn Tale more than a decade ago. The sentence I like most in Cheongdamdong Alice is the word Han Se Kyung said in the first episode, ‘L’effort est ma force’ ‘Hard work is my strength’.
    I find Seo Yoon Joo’s (So Yi Hyun) ‘strategy’ to hook a ‘big fish’ and source for a white rabbit rather interesting too. And not to mention the adorable emotion bunnies Han Se Kyung made for Cha Seung Jo, they were cute!

    Cha Seung Jo is such a dear that I cannot help feeling touched when he confess to Han Se Kyung all the petty stuff he done in order to revenge his ex-wife and dad. I was thinking how anyone can bear to deceive such a sincere and innocent guy? Of course, my heart broke for him when he discovered the deception. *sob*

    I liked the soundtrack from this drama, especially the two songs; It’s Okay by Luna and Every Single Day by Shower. The latter has a very happy tune, hmm…sounded a little like the thrilling sensation when hit a jackpot? LOL!

    Overall I am so glad the drama ended happily and it is a good closure for Cheongdamdong Alice!”

    Cr: seoulinlovenow.blogspot.sg

  25. 875
    lisa Says:

    Alice in Cheongdam-dong: Thoughts & Review

    http://the-kdramalogist.tumblr.com/post/42522182813/alice-in-cheongdam-dong-thoughts-review

    “I enjoyed this drama much more than I thought I would. It was so hard to pin-point what exactly it was going to be about, but I am glad the show itself had a better grasp on that than I did.
    I loved that it was filled with plenty of light, serious, and touching moments.
    The drama was fully-realized and the characters felt real, too, much like how Alice thought Wonderland was real.
    It’s all about grabbing opportunities when they come to you and realizing that no one can really achieve success without some help along the way. It’s also about knowing when to face facts and realizing your world won’t crash down because of them.

    Han Se Kyung (Moon Geung Young) is a “Candy”. That means she’s enthusiastic, cheerful, and hard-working, only that…she’s not at the same time. In fact, even though she works hard she has little to show for it. She’s only a contract worker running errands for the Madame at work, she has debts, her family has debts, and her boyfriend has a huge debt and wants to break up with her (then ends up screwing her over). She’s frustrated and unhappy and it’s this kind of twist on the typical Candy character that makes her seem so real. So, when she catches up with an old “friend” from school and realizes how unfulfilling her life is it’s no wonder she decides to stop doing things so honestly. Marrying rich is the plan, then it’ll be cake from there—finally getting into the fashionable district of Cheongdam-dong. Except, this is a lot easier said than done. Not to mention the whole falling-in-love thing with the guy you’re supposed to be gold-digging. But, I love that she remains realistic even when her views on love have changed, her views on life have changed, and she has changed. She’s strong even when she’s being swallowed into her lies and she pulls through in her own way. She’s smart and knows what she’s doing as well as being able to figure things out as she goes along. Moon Geun Young is a perfect fit for this role, lending the right mix of depth, optimism, and seriousness required to make this character work.

    Then there is Cha Seung Jo (Park Shi Hoo). He’s the eccentric president of the fashion brand Artemis who falls head-over-heels for our heroine. Spurned by love, he’s not too fond of women or love at the start of this drama; he can’t even cry. However, his slow change from Mad-Hatter to man is a nice one to watch. Seung Jo is also a nice twist on the classic rich leading man. He’s jaded but not a jerk; he’s happy yet unhappy. He’s living in a world of his own making and as we watch we realize just how much he has to grow up. He is petty and blames others for his problems and he is protected by those around him. I started wishing he would get hurt, even a little, just to knock some sense into him. Seung Jo is nice and wonderful; he works hard but he is also on a better standing than anyone else and that includes being estranged from his father. Suddenly, being homeless in Paris doesn’t mean much when you’re still in the place people can only dream to go—working and living—when you’re family is still wealthy. I like how Se Kyung makes him realize how childish he is. He learns how others see him as well as how he acts. So, when Seung Jo actively seeks answers from her about their relationship it shows how much he is growing. Park Shi Hoo is so good in this. He really shows us his comedic side as well as a vulnerable/petty side creating a unique balance with all these contrasting traits.

    On the other side of the spectrum are Seo Yoon Jo (So Yi Hyun) and Tommy Hong (Kim Ji Suk) who have both made it into Cheongdam-dong in that non-Candy way. Yoon Joo represents those who have made it by marrying rich and she even acts as a mentor to Se Kyung when she decides to do the same. Doing things this way is not without it’s setbacks because Yoon Joo has her own problems, proving that life difficulties don’t just go away because your bank book expands. There are more troubles that arise. Tommy, too, is this way—greasy and sneaky at first, he’s a match-maker with similar designer dreams as our heroine. He’s stuck as a sort of pimp for every girl that wants to make it but as we go along we realize he isn’t all bad. He is not unlike Se Kyung who just felt like working hard wasn’t worth it anymore. When things start falling apart around these two, however, it’s pleasant to see them come to terms and deal with it, more at ease with life. They both could have been formidable antagonists but I’m glad they weren’t. Both do a great job. So Yi Hyun shows more depth than I ever thought she could and Kim Ji Suk brings his usual warmth and charm even while being smarmy.

    There were so many things about this show that were unexpected and made me fall into this world, like it’s twist on the classic character tropes. The “evil dad”, Cha Il Nam (Han Jin Hee), wasn’t so evil after all. More like a stubborn dad who wasn’t willing to give his son some much needed credit. I was with him all the way as he was trying to gain his son’s affections back and bond with him. Se Kyung’s relationship with her family was nice and real. They didn’t always see eye to eye, but they got along and respected and cared for wach other. Even the friendships were fun to watch as they felt like fully realized relationships and those characters, with the little information we were given about them, felt three-dimensional as well.

    Despite it’s silliness, this drama offers a realistic take on working hard and dreaming vs. reality. What is the right way to make it in the world? Is there a diary to show us? Is there a clear path? Can we all come out happy and completely satisfied?
    And what would we do in this situation? When a dream is just within our reach but in order to get it, we have to be greedy and a little underhanded? Was Se Kyung wrong? Yes, but at the same time, no…
    There is also a nice message within all that brain work. Everyone has a bad side to them. You can neither protect yourself or those around you from it. What you can do is open up as much as you can and see if that other person accepts you for what you are. Even if it’s ugly, there is is no one without there fair share of ugly. And money? It’s okay to like that, too.

    Cr: canxi, the k-dramalogist

  26. 876
    lisa Says:

    After ‘The Nomination Round’ which have total of 363,054 votes from 153 Countries, Top 8 Dramas in the Final Round are:-

    1. The Heirs (SBS)
    2. The Master’s Sun (SBS)
    3. I Hear Your Voice (SBS)
    4. Secret (KBS2)
    5. I Miss You (MBC)
    6. Cheongdamdong Alice (SBS)
    7. Two Weeks (MBC)
    8. Good Doctor (KBS2)

    ‘The Final Round’ has begun from today, 29 Nov
    8pm KST to 31 Dec midnight 23:59KST.

    Fans, please vote every day for CDDA!

    Rule in The Final Round:-
    – 1 IP address can only vote 1 time/a day
    – 1 time can only select for 1 drama
    – Same IP address can vote again after 24 hours

  27. 877
    ilknur-Turkey Says:

    PSH’s drama Cheongdamdong Alice have managed to stay in the top 8, now it’s our turn..Drama should remain in the top 3 and now Cheongdamdong Alice (SBS) 11.35% (515 votes) #2. Go go ..

  28. 878
    lisa Says:

    Let’s vote for CDDA to be #1.

    The drama “Heirs” is now #1, and has strong supporters from the youngsters although the drama is still not ended yet.

    Let’s put all our efforts to vote for CDDA to be #1. Fans, we can do it! Fighting!

  29. 879
    zhian Says:

    truly I really dont like this drama…
    Park si ho looks bad here….
    and
    moon geun young never looks better after her movie ‘Love me not’

  30. 880
    heizyi Says:

    Han Sye, you are very good and pretty and your fate is so good 🙂

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    RonelaAGarcia Says:

    Very good KDrama from the beginning till the end.
    I like all the actors and actresses.

    I’m not one of you who does not like Moon Geun Young to play the role of Han Se Kyung. Yes, she is always silent but her eyes always speaks. Although her body can’t act well but her facial expression speaks a thousand words much more of her eyes…
    I watch all her dramas.

    This is the first time I watch Park Shi Hoo’s drama. And I was soooooo impress. I think I like him!

  32. 882
    lisa Says:

    #881 RonelaAGarcia

    If you want to watch more of Park Shi Hoo’s dramas, I would recommend The Princess Man (KBS World is running a rerun every Mon – Thurs at 11.10pm Seoul time. It’s at Ep 7 for this coming Monday) and Family’s Honour.

    These 2 dramas are top favourites at the Japan Hanyru’s 2013.
    (Korean Entertainment 10th Anniversary Awards in Japan).

    Park Shi Hoo was also great in his dramas of Prosecutor Princess, Queen of Reversals, How To Meet A Perfect Neighbour.

    Here’s the ranking results

    LONG DRAMA

    Ranking of drama series of 50 episodes or more.
    全50話以上のドラマシリーズのランキングです。

    “Family Honor” is #1 (out of BEST 30).

    PERIOD DRAMA

    #1 ”The Princess’s Man”

    (Number in parenthesis is overall rank in BEST 300 dramas.)

    LOVE ROMANCE

    #2 “The Princess’s Man”

    #21 “How to meet a perfect neighbor”

    ROMANTIC COMEDY

    #12 ”Queen of Reversals”

    #13 ”Prosecutor Princess”

    Credits:
    http://parksihoo4u.com/2013/12/02/final-results-of-hanryu10/

    http://parksihoo4u.com/2013/12/14/more-hanryu-results/

  33. 883
    Tata Says:

    Park Si-hoo i love all your drama. especially your role in cheongdamdong alice your the best actor. i love comedy romance and im looking forward for your upcoming movie or drama. 🙂

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    meee Says:

    Moon geun is the best I soo love her. Who says she can’t act needs to do a recheck on themselves so stop hating an already sucessful lady.

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    pearl cylfanie Says:

    Moon Geun Young is so cute here but I think So Hi Hyun is prettier. Love this drama story line.

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    Darkness Says:

    What I found really good in this drama is that it does not veil the face and openly addresses the difficult topic acceptable and morally reprehensible is money. Some will find the moral absolutely disgusting, others will struggle with the characters, but for my part I am completely won over by this drama, its characters and its treatment of the subject. Dialogues had the ability to touch me right on and make me realize a lot of things. Morality is relatively pessimistic, but somehow it makes all the more realistic drama.
    Cheongdamdong Alice is really not a conventional drama and certainly does not appeal to everyone but I think it addresses a very interesting subject and done really well. Every episode made ​​me euphoric, not always for the same reasons and writing has never disappointed me once in his path. Probably one of the dramas that have marked me most Dramaland!

    A controversial drama that divides many crowds and yet it was for me a revelation. Cheongdamdong Alice on a topic of particular interest, revisiting a scenario in which we are accustomed Dramaland always been (and therefore has never seen a drama featuring a rich and a poor hero heroine?) And it’s a real blow that emphasizes all legal issues behind the beautiful romances dramas lambdas it downside somehow the dramas usually do not want to show.

    Moon Geun Young and Park Shi Hoo are great here!

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    ja.ni.ne Says:

    the story is good but the lead actor and actress have no chemistry..

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    iliketakoyaki Says:

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