Fashion King is a South Korean television drama directed by Lee Myung-woo. The first episode aired on SBS on March 19, 2012.
Fashion King tells the story of a young aspiring designer named Kang Young-gul (Yoo Ah-in), who has nothing and starts a fashion business as a vendor in the Dongdaemun Market. He had no goals or dreams for a bright future until he met Lee Ga-young (Shin Se-kyung), who lost her parents in an accident at a young age and grew up to be a smart woman who had a talent for fashion design. After receiving a scholarship for the New York Fashion School, Lee Ga-young goes to America and hopes to achieve her dream of becoming a designer. But then she returned to Korea.
Meanwhile, Jung Jae-hyuk (Lee Je-hoon) is a second-generation chaebol (designation for conglomerates) in a large company engaged in the construction and distribution of fashion. His ex-girlfriend, Choi An-na (Kwon Yu-ri), works for a famous fashion company. Gradually, Jung Jae-hyuk lost his joy over Choi An-na and turned his eyes to Lee Ga-Young, instead. But Lee Ga-young fell in love with Kang Young-gul, and Kang Young-gul secretly also liked Lee Ga-young.
- Yoo Ah-in as Kang Young-gul
- Shin Se-kyung as Lee Ga-young
- Kwon Yuri as Choi An-na
- Lee Je-hoon as Jung Jae-hyuk
Jang Ok-jung, Living By Love
Jang Ok-jung, Living By Love is a 2013 South Korean history television series. This drama was aired on SBS from April 8 to June 25, 2013, on Monday and Tuesday at 21:55 for 24 episodes.
The drama begins with Jang Hee-bin’s life story from before becoming a concubine, when she became a tailor and cosmetics maker in the Joseon Dynasty. She was famous as a talented tailor and the most beautiful woman in the Joseon Dynasty, but she was low-class because her mother, Mrs. Yoon, was a slave. As an adult, she entered the palace as a servant of the palace tailor.
Meeting Crown Prince Lee Soon (Emperor Sukjong) changed her and her mother’s lives. She was made a special court lady and then moved up to become a level 1 concubine (bin). She is the only woman loved by Emperor Sukjong. Butm due to the Emperor’s affection for her, she became the enemy of the Queen Dowager Myeongseong, Empress In Hyeon, and the Western Party led by Min Yoo-joong, Empress In Hyeon’s father.
- Kim Tae-hee as Jang Ok-jung, later the concubine, Jang Hui-bi
- Kang Min-ah as young Jang Ok-jung
- Yoo Ah-in as Lee Soon, later King Sukjong
- Chae Sang-woo as young Lee Soon
- Hong Soo-hyun as Queen Inhyeon
- Jae Hee as Hyun Chi-soo
- Lee Sang-yeob as Lee Hoon, later Prince Dongpyeong
- Kwak Dong-yeon as young Lee Hoon
- Han Seung-yeon as Choi Sui Chee Musuri, later Choi Suk-bin
Secret Love Affair is a 2014 South Korean television series starring Kim Hee-ae and Yoo Ah-in. This television series was broadcast on JTBC from March 17 to May 13, 2014 on Monday and Tuesday at 21:50, for 16 episodes.
Oh Hye-won (Kim Hee-ae) is a woman in her forties who feels that she is living a fulfilling life. Elegant, sophisticated, and exceptional in dealing with people, she strives in her efforts to succeed as a planning director for the Seohan Art Foundation.
Then she meets Lee Sun-jae (Yoo Ah-in), a genius pianist of twenty from a poor background, who is unaware of his abilities and works as a fast shipper. Oh Hye-won experiences for the first time what love really is, and she and Lee Sun-jae begin a love affair that they must keep secret because it threatens to reveal both of their lives.
- Kim Hee-ae as Oh Hye-won
- Yoo Ah-in as Lee Sun-jae
- Park Hyuk-kwon as Kang Joon-hyung
Six Flying Dragons
Six Flying Dragons is a 2015 South Korean television series. The television series was broadcast on SBS on Monday and Tuesday at 22:00 for 50 episodes, starting on October 5, 2015, as part of SBS’s 25th special celebration. This drama is also a free prequel of Deep Rooted Tree.
This Korean drama tells about the ambitions and success stories of six people, with Lee Bang-Won as the central figure. Lee Bang-Won was the third king in the Joseon Dynasty era. He helped his father, King Taejo, establish the Joseon Dynasty.
- Yoo Ah-in as Yi Bang-won, King Taejong
- Nam Da-reum as young Bang-won
- Kim Myung-min as Jeong Do-jeon
- Shin Se-kyung as Boon-yi
- Chun Ho-jin as Yi Seong-gye, King Taejo
- Byun Yo-han as Ddang-sae, Jeong Do-jeon’s bodyguard
- Yoon Chan-young as young Ddang-sae
- Yoon Kyun-sang as Moo-hyul, Taejong’s bodyguard
- Baek Seung-hwan as young Moo-hyul
- Jeong Yu-mi as Yeon-hee, Jeong Do-jeon’s wife
- Lee Cho-hee as Gab-boon, a singer
- Gong Seung-yeon as Min Da-kyung, Queen Wongyeong
- Seo Yi-sook as Myo-sang, Moo-hyul’s grandmother
- Park Hyuk-kwon as Gil Tae-mi, a warrior
- Lee Seung-hyo as Yi Bang-woo
Chicago Typewriter is a South Korean television series starring Yoo Ah-in, Im Soo-jung, and Go Kyung-pyo. This series premiered on April 7, 2017, with episodes every Friday and Saturday at 20:00 (WSK) on tvN.
The Korean drama Chicago Typewriter tells the story of Han Se-joo, who is a man who works as a writer and is quite well known. One day when Han Se-joo was abroad, he accidentally discovered an antique typewriter. Then Han Se-joo took it and tried it at home, but when he was typing ,suddenly he could see about his past.
Jeon Seol is a woman who works part time at a convenience store. Jeon Seol is a fan of Han Se-joo’s, and she dreams of becoming an athlete. Han Se-joo gave up on that dream, but one day they met and Han Se-joo once again became excited to reach her goals.
- Yoo Ah-in as Han Se-joo / Seo Hwi-young.
- Choi Min-young as young Han Se-joo – A renowned writer in a slump who has celebrity-looks and tons of fans, but is extremely depressed on the inside
- Im Soo-jung as Jeon Seol / Ryu Soo-hyun / Anastacia
- Choi Myung-bin as young Jeon Seol
- Jo Min-ah as young Ryu Soo-hyun – A veterinarian and literary fanatic who is a fan of Han Se-joo
- Go Kyung-pyo as Yoo Jin-oh / Shin Yool – A ghostwriter with a genius writing style, who has dry humor and loves jazz music and antiques
- Kwak Si-yang as Baek Tae-min / Heo Young-min
- Son Sang-yeon as young Baek Tae-min
The Throne is a 2015 South Korean historical drama film, directed by Lee Joon-ik and starring Song Kang-ho and Yoo Ah-in. This drama was aired on September 16, 2015.
King Yeongjo (Song Kang-Ho) aspires to become the perfect king because of his tarnished background. His mother came from the lower classes and there were rumors that he killed his brother to become king. King Yeongjo then had a son in his old age. He appoints the little prince as the Crown Prince (Yoo Ah-In).
King Yeongjo has high expectations for the Crown Prince, but the Crown Prince cares more about martial arts and painting, rather than focusing on his studies. Meanwhile, the Crown Prince yearns for a kind-hearted father rather than a strict King. The relationship between the King and the Crown Prince is broken.
- Song Kang-ho as King Yeongjo
- Yoo Ah-in as Crown Prince Sado
- Moon Geun-young as Lady Hyegyeong
- Kim Hae-sook as Queen Inwon
- Park Won-sang as Hong Bong-han
- Jeon Hye-jin as Consort Yeong
- Park So-dam as Lady Moon
- Jin Ji-hee as Princess Hwawan
- Seo Ye-ji as Queen Jeongsun
- Park Myeong-shin as Queen Jeongseong