Kill Me Heal Me
Kill Me Heal Me is a drama that incorporates dissociative identity disorder and child abuse as its main elements. The drama first aired in 2015 on MBC, starring various actors such as Ji Sung, Hwang Jung-eum, Park Seo-joon, Oh Min-suk, and Kim Yoo-ri. The drama begins when Cha Do-hyun, a third-generation business heir develops a dissociative identity disorder after several life-threatening traumatic events. He tries to regain control of his life with the help of Oh Ri-jin, a first-year psychiatric resident who secretly helps him. However, Oh Ri-jin’s twin brother Oh Ri-on, is a writer who is determined to discover the unscrupulous lives of rich people which makes him start following Do-hyun around.
While rising in popularity, Kill Me Heal Me has received many nominations and awards at various award events. Not only that, but the drama also produced many great songs in the soundtrack such as “Healing Love” by Luna and Cho-yi from LU:KUS, “Letting You Go” by Park Seo-joon, “Violet” by Ji Sung, and many others.
This drama is a historical drama starring Park Min-young, Park Yoo-chun, Yoo Ah-in, and Song Joong-ki. The drama is based on a bestselling novel titled The Lives of Sungkyunkwan Confucian Scholars and first aired in 2010 on KBS2. The story of the drama is set during the Joseon dynasty, a time when society doesn’t allow females to be educated or employed. Kim Yoon-hee who’s determined to make ends meet for her family, disguises as her brother and goes through a series of odd jobs. Later, she gets offered to increase her earnings by becoming a substitute test-taker for the upcoming entrance examination in the prestigious Sungkyunkwan, the highest educational institute during the Joseon dynasty. She gets caught by Lee Sun-joon, who acknowledges her talents and even encourages her to enroll in the university.
The series attracted many people and gained popularity with its excellent plot, and also received a lot of love for its soundtrack that featured JYJ’s Park Yoo-chun. The original soundtrack for this drama sold 110,000 copies in just a couple of weeks.
Rooftop Prince is a drama that was first aired in 2012 on SBS, starring various actors such as Park Yoo-chun, Han Ji-min, Jeong Yu-mi, Lee Tae-sung, Lee Min-ho, Jung Suk-won, and Choi Woo-shik. The drama is a fantasy rom-com with the story of a Joseon crown prince who time travels to the future after his wife’s mysterious death, where he meets many familiar faces, modern-day devices and corporate intrigue.
The drama produced many famous songs in the soundtrack, and among them are “After A Long Time” by Baek Ji-young, “Hurt” by Ali, and “A Happy Ending” by Jay Park. Even though the drama had average ratings in Korea, the drama was quite popular in other countries, especially China and Japan. It was reported that fans from 35 different countries have visited the filming set due to its popularity.
I Can Hear Your Voice
In this drama, we can find many well-known actors such as Lee Bo-young, Lee Jong-suk, Yoon Sang-hyun, and Lee Da-hee starring in it. I Can Hear Your Voice was first aired in 2013 on SBS, with a story that revolves around Jang Hye-sung, a lawyer who’s pragmatic, self-preserving and jaded with Park Soo-ha, a high school senior with the supernatural ability to read other people’s thoughts by looking into their eyes. The two of them work together with a cop who turns to a lawyer, Gwan-woo, to solve cases using unconventional methods.
Just like the other dramas, I Can Hear Your Voice also has produced a great soundtrack with songs such as “Echo” by Moon Seong-nam, “Why Did You Just Come Now?” by Jung Yeop and Eco Bridge, “In My Eyes” by Kim Beom-ji, and many others.
Dream High is a drama that first aired in 2011 on KBS2 and starred various famous celebrities such as miss A’s Bae Suzy, Kim Soo-hyun, T-ara’s Ham Eun-jung, IU, 2PM’s Ok Taec-yeon and Jang Woo-young. The drama revolves its story around six students who share the dream of becoming K-Pop idols. During their school years, they learn how to develop their singing and dancing skills as well as how to produce a song. While undergoing the training, they also start to develop feelings for each other. With the support and guidance of one another, they strive to debut despite their own strengths and weaknesses.
The drama was extremely popular, especially among teenagers, enough for the drama to have a second season. However, in the second season, it had a different cast from the first season. The drama also produced quite a popular soundtrack with songs such as “Dream High” by Ok Taec-yeon, Jang Woo-young, Bae Suzy, Kim Soo-hyun and Joo, “Someday” by IU, “If” by Park Jin-young, and many others.
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