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The Sun’s Seasons

Title: 태양의 계절 / The Sun’s Seasons
Also known as: A Place in the Sun
Genre: Melodrama, Romance
Episodes: 100 (To Be Confirmed)
Broadcast network: KBS2
Broadcast period: 2019-Jun-03 to 2019-Oct-25
Air time: Monday to Friday 19:50


This drama is a story about the inherently selfish humans fiercely fighting to take the throne of the Yangji Group, a conglomerate which has been a core of the economic history of Korea. It’s a game of all sorts of nasty tricks and betrayals. The fight sacrifices a man and he is taking revenge; leaving a paradoxically romantic success story behind.


Main Cast

Oh Chang Suk as Oh Tae Yang / Kim Yoo Wol
Choi Seung Hoon as Oh Tae Yang Oh / Kim Yoo Wol (young)
Yoon So Yi as Yoon Shi Wol
Uhm Chae Young as Yoon Shi Wol (young)
Choi Sung Jae as Choi Kwang Il
Ha Si Eun as Chae Duk Shil

Yangji Group

Jung Han Yong as Jang Woo Chun (Yangji Group President)
Lee Duk Hee as Jang Jeong Hee
Kim Na Woon as Jang Sook Hee
Choi Jung Woo as Choi Tae Joon
Yoo Tae Woong as Park Jae Yong
Hwang Bum Shik as Elder Hwang
Lee Sang Sook as Im Mi Ran
Ji Chan as Park Min Jae
Kim Joo Ri as Hong Ji Eun


Son Sung Yoon as Jung Hee
Ji Il Joo
Lee Soo Yong (이수용) as Kwak Ki Joon
Seo Kyung Hwa as Yang Nam Kyung
Dok Go Young Jae
Kim Do Yun

Production Credits

Production Companies: KBS Drama Production, Samhwa Networks
Director: Kim Won Yong
Assistant Directors: Kim Kyung Jin, Kim Young Jin
Screenwriter: Lee Eun Joo


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  1. 1 : Sam Says:

    What is with this title of a drama that has nothing to do with the seasons or the sun? The title might make sense if the whole thing revolved around agriculture or businesses that produce seasonal products.

    I’m willing to submit that the title is a reference to an allegory. I’m usual disappointed.

  2. 2 : tigerb Says:

    the sun’s seasons? the earth has seasons, not the sun. have not watched it yet, but maybe ‘a place in the sun’ title is better, just like the song.

  3. 3 : Stevie Says:

    It’s yet another rehashing of a theme in kdramas. The chaebol child is born abandoned or swapped out and ended in an orphanage. But fate placed him in a car accident and wait for it . . . amnesia.

    The love of his life at the time of his accident learns she’s pregnant and discovers it was no accident. So decides to take revenge on the bastards that wronged her. Invoking her super power, she flew to the evil gang’s lair . . . err . . . no, that didn’t happen.

  4. 4 : Stevie Says:

    Observant @tigerb noted the sun has no seasons, the earth has seasons, exposing the silliness of the minds that came up with the title. As this drama’s storyline is a rehashing of a Korean common drama theme, an appropriate title might be; “Nothing’s New, Under The Sun”.

    Seriously though; the leads are good. I’ve always loved So Yi’s bright smile and warm personality having seen her in various variety shows. Chang Suk is cast well opposite her. They’re great together.

  5. 5 : Fado Revere Says:

    Duk Shil saves Yoo Wol’s (Oh Tae Yang) life then raped him . . . Lol! Now she’s with child—his child.

    Her mother had a part in the conspiracy that put Yoo Wol in an orphanage at birth. Now they live in Yoo Wol’s house nextdoor to the household that Yoo Wol was whisked away from at birth, by his step-father replacing him with his biological son, Choi Kwang Il.

    The love of Yoo Wol’s life married Kwang Il to take revenge on the family that killed her true love and the father of her child. She suspects Oh Tae Yang is really Yoo Wol.

    Duk Shil, whom the writer had bestowed certain powers of logical deduction worked it out—the two were lovers. She, for whatever readson hasn’t told Yoo Wol. Why? Probably cos the drama would pick up pace and we can’t have that in a marathon of a drama.

    And now Yoo Wol learns he put Duk Shil up the duff, though he doesn’t remember much of the night that it happened. She took advantage of his drunken state. Now mother and daughter are co-conspirators in his life, unbeknownst to him. Man, the guy has some bad karma.

  6. 6 : Fado Revere Says:

    Duk-shil has animal cunning and is hissy in the latest episode dropping the marriage bomb to ward off Shi Wol.

    The sharman said the two are a bad match and Duk-face herself knows she has no chance in hell to replace the one in Yoo Wol’s heart. But the wicked will push on against the odds cos she’s enamoured, spellbound by the very handsome Yoo Wol.

    Let’s face it Duk-ee, you’re the ugly duckling with that cool wind through your hair, you hurriedly lead the inebriated prince into your lair. A motel room where the cicadas outside and the ghosts are the only witness to what becomes of the broken-hearted. Lol!!

  7. 7 : Fado Revere Says:

    Duk-shil’s is quite cruel and manipulative.

  8. 8 : Fado Revere Says:

    It would have been the compassionate thing to do had Shi Wol simply told the chairman of Yangji Group that Oh Tae Yang is his biological grandson and that Kwang Il is not. Then everything would fall into place.
    Shi Wol’s was not only an error in judgement but morally reprehensible. Her decision precipitated an avalanche of violations of ethics, misdemeanours and misery.

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