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TV Novel – Dal Soon’s Spring

Title: TV소설 – 꽃 피워라 달순아 / TV Novel – Dal Soon’s Spring
Chinese Title: TV小說- 花開了,達順啊!
Genre: Melodrama, Family
Episodes: 129
Broadcast network: KBS2
Broadcast period: 2017-Aug-14 to 2018-Feb-09
Air time: Monday to Friday 09:00
Related Series: TV Novel


Eun Sol (Hong Ah Reum) is the only daughter of a CEO for a shoemaking company. She lives a happy life, but an unexpected incident causes her to lose her memory and she begins to live under the name of Dal Soon. She has a bright personality and takes an interest in shoes. Dal Soon reveals her past and succeeds as a shoe master.


Main Cast

Hong Ah Reum as Go Dal Soon / Eun Sol
Uhm Chae Young as Go Dal Soon (Child)
Song Won Suk as Jung Yoon Jae
Gil Jung Woo as Yoon Jae (child)
Yoon Da Young as Han Hong Joo
Choi Myung Bin as Hong Joo (Child)
Kang Da Bin as Seo Hyun Do
Choi Kwon Soo as Seo Hyun Do (child)

Yoon Jae’s family

Choi Jae Sung as Jung Sun Ki
Jo Eun Sook as Seo Mi Ryung

Hong Joo’s family

Kim Young Ok as Boon Yi
Im Ho as Han Tae Sung
Kim Min Hee as Han Tae Sook


Choi Chul Ho as Lee Jae Ha
Park Hyun Jung as Song Yeon Hwa
Jung Young Sook as Geum Sun
Bae Do Hwan as Jung Chung Ki
Hong Il Kwon as Seo Bong Sik
Lee Min Ji as Seo Hyun Jung
Choi Wan Jung as Ahn Chu Ja
Jung Ha Yoon as Jung Bok Nam
Kim Jin Seo
Lee Myung Ho
Lee Joo Won
Jo Ah In
Yoo Ji Yun

Production Credits

Chief Producer: Kim Sung Geun
Producer: Lee Jung Mi, Na Soo Ji
Director: Shin Chang Suk
Screenwriter: Moon Young Hoon


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  2. 2 : Life on Mars Says:

    Hong Ah Reum is very attractive. First saw her in God of War. Her acting wasn’t good then. I hope she’s improved.

  3. 3 : Cassie Says:

    Now that Hong Joo’s gold digger tramp of a birth mom has her sight set on Hong Joo’s crooked stepfather, I hope they don’t kill-off Dal Soon’s birth mom. That would be a downer we don’t want in the story.

    There’s already one gold digger in Jung Yoon Jae’s stepmother and Hong Joo is herself a gold digger and an innate floozie. Another would make it all tramp-heavy. They would have to change the name of the shoe company to something appropriately red district.

  4. 4 : Carm Says:

    This is so similar to Teacher Oh soon Nam. The main character lost her memory. Her real mother thinks shes dead. The evil CEO and his daughter plot against her to try and take over the company.

  5. 5 : Cassie Says:

    The evil Hong Joo’s revenge landed Seo Hyun Do in hot water with the law. However, Hyun Do’s cousin Yoon Jae managed to gather evidence foiling the plot to have Hyun Do imprisoned, then take over the “Songin-Hangang International Business Team” project effectively cutting out Hyun Do’s uncle’s company Hangang.

    After his release, Hyun Do is overwhelmed by guilt he left home to start a new life.

    I don’t know if I like the direction the writer is taking the story. I get the feeling the writer is attempting to put Dal Soon and Hyun Do together when it should be Dal Soon and Yoon Jae who should end up together. And I really don’t want Dal Soon’s birth mom killed off.

  6. 6 : Cassie Says:

    Hong Joo gets off on bringing pain to others, especially to Dal Soon. And Yoon Tae’s stepmom prides herself on sniffing out suitable partners. A skill which resulted in her brother’s divorce leaving Hyun Do and his sister to grow up without a mother.

    She kept Dal Soon and Yoon Tae apart giving the green light for Hong Joo who is an actual gold-digger.

    Meanwhile, Hyun Do is now living with his birth mom, who happens to be living with Dal Soon, her mother (adopted), Yoon Tae’s uncle and his son, fellow survivors of the war.

  7. 7 : Cassie Says:

    It’s funny how the conversations in the offices at Songin can be heard outside in the hallway but only if you’re one of the baddies.

  8. 8 : Cassie Says:

    Dal Soon/Eun Sol and Yoon Jae’s love is so sweet. They deserve to be together. I like how Yoon Jae won’t tolerate the slightest criticism of Dal Soon from his stepmom, and the look on Dal Soon’s face whenever Yoon Jae name is mentioned in the conversation or when she’s thinking of him.

  9. 9 : Cassie Says:

    I give up. This drama is torture. The bad guys are always a step ahead; it is enough to drive this viewer into deep despair. The writer provides no respite. Bye, bye Dal Soo-nahhhh and Yoon Jaeeeeee! Annyeong!

  10. 10 : Nonuts Says:

    The bad guy and his sidekick remind me of “Fawlty Towers” Basil Fawlty and Manuel, only these two are serious — or are they? The overacting is over the top.

  11. 11 : Nonuts Says:

    #7 Cassie. Funny. Yeon Hwa and her cousin ought to talk louder so the crooks may know their next move. (facepalm).

  12. 12 : Patootie Says:

    I skipped big chunk of middle episodes and since the drama is still on, i watch from ep. 90 because that is where some little redemption start to happen. Hope Boon Yi wont get killed for her noble attempt for revealing dal soon’s identity.
    Agree with Cassie. The baddies talk so loud and no one ever overheard them. The baddies screamed out in their rooms and also no one heard them. The good ones unrealistically clueless and too kind and stupid. Dal soon’s headache gone without a trace. Her dad appeared for a while to tease viewers. Cant wait for this drama to end already.

  13. 13 : Hey, It's library Says:

    Well, Han Tae Sung harassed Boon Yi to her death. And as she lay on the ground reaching for her medicine, Han Tae Sung swept it away.

    Hong Joo’s encounter with a thief in the night landed her in a hospital bed with a leg injury but no nerve or spinal damage, but then she developed a condition that left her lower half in a paralytic state.

    This all came about after she learned that Goooah Daaaaah Sooooon was the recipient of Jung Yoon Jae’s gift. All hell broke loose as the primadonna inside Hong Joo emerged like the demon-possessed that she is, she wreaked havoc on and around the hospital bed as well as hurling expletives at her visitors—well not quite; it’s a daytime show after all.

    I think Hong Joo is the exemplary narcissist. While smart, she never figured out that she habitually sets herself up for disappointment and then blames Go Dal Soon for her failure. I can imagine that if a mosquito bites her, it’d be that Go Dal Soon sent the mozzie.

    There are of course entire societies for whom “victimhood” is a legitimate aspect of their existence. It is codified in their religious texts. And they use it for material gain.

    And there are sub-cultures for whom perceived “victimhood” is the excuse to commit violence on others. Hong Joo’s forever the schemer; she would have known, telling her mother about the gift might bring trouble to Go Dal Soon, but she didn’t care—Hong Joo’s a psycho.

  14. 14 : Hyeongnam Says:

    The show ends next week. It’s hotting up.

  15. 15 : carm Says:

    I just seen episode 112 online. Nothing is really happening and its mainly about Hong Joo (which I hate). It is really dragging. There is rumors that the show will be extended. I feel I have wasted my time watching this drama.

  16. 16 : Hyeongnam Says:

    It’s weird that the writers put Dal Soon and Yoon Jae together as childhood sweethearts only to separate them later, with Yoon Jae going to Dal Soon’s bane of existence, Hong Joo. So weird.

    Hehe . . . I noticed they have relatively ugly girls appearing next to Dal Soon (Hong Ah Reum); makes her look even prettier.

  17. 17 : Hyeongnam Says:

    I skip most of Hong Joo’s scenes, the girl has no redeeming qualities. She’s such a narcissist and a schemer, it is difficult to come to like her at all.

  18. 18 : Carm Says:

    Can someone tell me where I can see episode 114 english subbed? I tried dramanice and drama3s and they don’t have it. Thanks.

  19. 19 : Hyeongnam Says:

    Han Tae Sung, his floosie mistress and nasty bastard daughter don’t seem bothered by conscience knowing well that the house they’re living in rightly belongs to Dal-Soon. The business that earns their keep rightly belongs to Dal-Soon. They are in fact squatters.

  20. 20 : mlou Says:

    @Carm…. try www1.dramacool9.com for all of the episodes.

  21. 21 : Hyeongnam Says:

    LMFAO! Dal Soon will put Hong Joo in her place in the next episode. Feels good seeing Dal Soon smack Hong Joo hard across the face.

    Now that Yoon Jae knows it was Hong Joo who dobbed them into the police, the engagement is over. Yay!! Oh the shame as everyone will be whispering about Hong Joo’s attempt to dupe Yoon Jae into marrying her.

    Meanwhile, Han Tae Sung is falling into a financial black hole created by Lee Jae Ha who will no doubt come to own Songin.

    I expect the final 4 episodes will reveal Lee Jae Ha is Dal Soon’s father. I hope Dal Soon and Yoon Jae go back together but the writers have created ambiguity about that. And is Dal Soon’s uncle really dead, murdered by the Jap?

    The writer is not using the Miracle club much at all. Shouldn’t there be a constant flow of intel that eventually allows for connecting the dots regarding Han Tae Sung’s crimes?

  22. 22 : Hyeongnam Says:

    Oh, Kenta is really not Lee Jae Ha after all. He is his twin brother Jae Yeol who is avenging the murder of Lee Jae Ha.

    Yeon Hwa is finally reunited with her daughter Eun Sol (Dal Soon). Keep the tissues near.

    Han Tae Sung is exposed, he and his partner-in-crime are on the run. The three women in the Songin house are connected with Han Tae Sung, though his sister’s only crime is being his sister. She had no hand in his nefarious activities. His daughter Hong Joo is as vindictive and cruel as he is. And Han Tae Sung mistress was a former wannabe entertainer come prostitute whom the loan sharks were after.

    The final episode airs tomorrow.

  23. 23 : Hyeongnam Says:

    What I didn’t like is that the writer did something that didn’t make sense. The story is fiction and the audience would have wanted Dal Soon and Yung Jae together in the end. Instead, they wrote out that possibility on purpose it seems. That decision did absolutely nothing to lift the audience in the climax.

    The storyteller went the way of the jellyfish at the end. There were loose ends they didn’t quite tie together. Like the uncle presumably killed by Nakamura but we didn’t really see him die.

    Nakumura got whacked in the head with a 2×2 and died; Do Yung got the same 2×2 treatment but lived.

    And Hong Joo’s birth mother who aided Han Tae Sung in his criminal activity including the murder of her own mother at Han Tae Sung’s hands. De deserve to her get what was coming to her. Why not?

    After everything Hong Joo did to Dal Soon over the years, we didn’t get the satisfaction of seeing her get her comeuppance.

    That said I still enjoyed this B-rate drama.

  24. 24 : Hyeongnam Says:

    Hong Joo is a proper narcissist. Her whole life she behaved exactly like the petulant child. That is not a condition that will go away overnight or even in her lifetime, yet the writer(s) put her in a position teaching children.

    What were they thinking? It doesn’t even make sense. What Hong Joo needed was guidance from a responsible person or a clinical psychologist. She can’t be caring for children. Her own mother abandoned her as a newborn.

  25. 25 : Nori Says:

    I really dislike the ending. I wanted Dal Soon and Yoon Jae back together. Through out the entire series from beginning to the end, Dal Soon only loved Yoon Jae and so did Yoon Jae. After all the obstacles, they should be together. I don’t dislike Hyun Do but I think he looked more like an older brother who simply just wants to protect his sister (Dal Soon) from getting hurt.

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