Iris II is a 2013 South Korean television series starring Jang Hyuk, Lee Da-hae, Lee Beom-seo, and Im Soo-hyang. The series aired on KBS2 from February 13th to April 18th, 2013, on Wednesdays and Thursdays at 22:00 KST for 20 episodes. The series is a sequel to the 2009 Iris series which also aired on KBS2.
Lee Da-hae acts as Ji Soo-yeon, an Olympic gold medalist in pistol shooting. South Korea’s National Security Service (NSS) hires her as an agent. She and Jung Yoo-gun grew up together and fall in love as adults.
The series is set three years after the death of National Intelligence Service (NIS) agent Kim Hyeon-jun (Lee Byung-hun) by terrorist group IRIS. The group takes NSS ex-director Baek San (Kim Young-chul) out of NSS prison which is located on a remote island. However, Baek San jumps out of the helicopter into the ocean. Jung Yoo-gun (Jang Hyuk) and his team arrive on the island and successfully capture Baek San and move him to an NSS secret house.
A gunfight erupts when IRIS members approach the NSS secret house. Yoo-gun runs with Baek San to a military base. Baek San finally reveals that IRIS may launch an attack in Hungary, where high-level meetings between North and South Korea are about to take place.
Hotel King is a 2014 South Korean television series starring Lee Dong-wook, Lee Da-hae, and Im Seul-ong. The series aired on MBC from April 5th to July 27th, 2014, on Saturdays and Sundays at 21:45 KST for 32 episodes.
Lee Da-hae acts as Ah Mo-ne, an heiress of Hotel Ciel, the only seven-star hotel in Korea. After her father passes away, she becomes the hotel’s primary successor. However, she is utterly unqualified to take over the business as she used to live a pampered and sheltered life. Once the hotel faces a crisis, she must rise and struggle to protect it.
Cha Jae-wan (Lee Dong-wook) works as the general manager of Hotel Ciel. He was told that his father who has abandoned him is the chairman of Hotel Ciel. He tells the chairman that he is his son whom he abandoned. The chairman denies the accusations and dies. After his death, Ah Mo-ne (Lee Da-hae) shows up at the hotel. She acts arrogant and uninterested towards Hotel Ciel’s management affairs. She is actually trying to get to the bottom of her father’s suspicious death. Jae-wan and Mo-ne grow closer and fall for each other.
My Goddess My Mother
My Goddess My Mother is an upcoming Chinese television series starring Lee Da-hae, Jin Xing, Qi Liang, and Jung Gyu-woon. The series started filming in May 2016 in Shanghai. The Hallyu Ban – an unofficial ban that was in effect in China to restrict all forms of Korean Wave due to the political disagreement between China and Korea over the Terminal High Altitude Area Defense System – affected the series in such a way that activities related to the series were postponed indefinitely.
Lee Da-hae acts as Kang Jin-bo, a Korean girl who is a successful career woman with beauty and talent. She doubts a lot of things about Korea’s patriarchal wedding traditions and wishes for a freer and more egalitarian family dynamic.
Kang Jin-bo (Lee Da-hae) breaks up with her boyfriend in Korea who tried to force her into marriage. She moves to China to pursue her dreams and ambitions. At the office, she meets Wu Xiong Xi (Qi Liang), an HR manager with whom she met in Korea. Their previous misunderstanding is cleared up. They fall in love, become a couple and get married. Jin-bo begins her life in a Chinese family with her mother-in-law Xu Man Li (Jin Xing). Jin-bo and her mother-in-law often clash and have misunderstandings due to their cultural and educational background differences.
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