Hello! My Lady
Hello! My Lady is a 2007 South Korean television series starring Lee Da-hae, Lee Ji-hoon, Ha Seok-jin, and Yeon Mi-joo. The series aired on KBS2 from March 19th to May 8th, 2007, on Mondays and Tuesdays at 21:55 KST for 16 episodes. The series is based on Lee Ji-wan’s novel Five Kimchi Mandu.
Lee Da-hae acts as Lee Su-ha in the series, the grandniece of Je-an Lee clan and the owner of the clan’s historical home Hwa Ahn Dang. Her mother died due to stomach cancer and her father left for Seoul with another woman many years ago.
Lee Su-ha’s peaceful life as the last living daughter of a once-respected clan in the countryside is disturbed when Hwang Dong-gyu (Lee Ji-hoon), a son of a rich investor, demands that she sell her ancestral house. She rejects the offer and tries to save her home.
The Slave Hunters
The Slave Hunters is a 2010 South Korean television series starring Jang Hyuk, Oh Ji-ho, Lee Da-hae, Gong Hyung-jin, and Lee Jong-hyuk. The series aired on KBS2 from January 6th to March 25th, 2010, on Wednesdays and Thursdays at 21:55 KST for 24 episodes.
Lee Da-hae acts as Un-nyun/Kim Hye-won. She used to be a slave in a noble family’s house. She was locked in a shed by her master’s family because she and the young master Lee Dae-gil (Jang Hyuk) were in love. Her brother burned down Dae-gil’s house but managed to save her and they ran away. She changed her name from Un-nyun to Kim Hye-won.
The series is set in the Joseon Dynasty. Lee Dae-gil (Jang Hyuk) comes from a noble family. However, his house was burned by one of his family’s slaves and caused him to live on the street. He endures the hardships and lives as a slave hunter. He carries a sketch of Un-nyun (Lee Da-hae), a slave and his lover. He searches for Un-nyun wherever he goes. One day, Dae-gil is hired to capture Song Tae-ha (Oh Ji-ho), a runaway slave who used to be a military general. On his run, Tae-ha saves Un-nyun who has changed her name to Kim Hye-won from a danger. Unbeknownst to Dae-gil, Tae-ha and Hye-won are traveling together and starting a romantic relationship.
Love Actually is a 2012 Chinese television series starring Joe Cheng, Lee Da-hae, Li Yi Feng, and Anna Fang. The series aired on Hunan TV from August 13th to August 26th, 2012, for a total of 34 episodes. The series aired every day at 19:30 for three consecutive episodes, except for Friday and Saturday which aired 1 episode.
Lee Da-hae acted as Wang Xiao Xia, a naturally talented chef who works part-time jobs to scrape by as she supports her nephew Yang Guang (Chen Hong Jin). She later gets a chance to work at a prominent restaurant and becomes successful in the end.
Wang Xiao Xia (Lee Da-hae) is a naturally talented chef who works part-time jobs to scrape by as she supports her nephew. Due to a mistake by the real estate agent, Chen Hao Jie (Zhou Yun Shen), Xiao Xia gets swindled by her landlord and she is left homeless. Hao Jie takes Xiao Xia to his house for the time being. Turns out the Chen family owns a very prominent restaurant chain. Through a series of misunderstandings, Xiao Xia is mistaken as Hao Jie’s girlfriend. But their odd behavior leaves Chen Hao Cheng (Joe Cheng) suspicious of their real relationship.