by Jeong Kyung-eun article This week’s edition of “Korean TV News” has brought us a look back at some of the most famous Korean dramas of all time, with a special focus on the early days of the Korean soap opera, “Bum Joo Yeon” (The Moon Song).
This was the era of the first soap opera produced in Korea, in 1955, in which a woman’s life was ruined when her husband was assassinated by the communist government.
In a twist of fate, she also became pregnant.
The drama is one of the few dramas from this era that is still seen on the big screen.
The first episode, written by Kim Eun-chung and directed by Shin Woo-chul, debuted in 1959.
Its run lasted just over two years, but it was one of many soap operas produced in the late ’60s and early ’70s, which also included the first Korean soap opera produced in South Korea, “Seo Yoo” (Till My Time).
The drama’s title refers to a character named Sung Min-hyung, who is the wife of a member of the royal family.
The story centers on Sung’s attempt to make peace with his estranged wife.
When the wife dies, Sung goes into hiding and begins a relationship with the girl who is his new love interest, Kang Ki-seon (Kim Ji-yeon).
This is the first time we see Sung in the show.
The series’ premise was simple: Kang Ki is a high-class Korean actress.
The couple are both trying to build their marriage and get the baby out of the orphanage.
Kang Ki’s mother was a nurse in the orphanages and the mother of the baby is a doctor.
The mother and the doctor have a daughter, a daughter-in-law and a daughter who is a nurse.
This girl’s name is Moon, but she doesn’t know her mother’s name, and she’s not the same person.
The show begins with Kang Ki trying to get Moon’s name from a friend who can give him Moon’s true name.
He tries to find a person who can tell him the name, but they don’t know him.
The next episode, which aired on October 26, 1960, is titled “The Moon Seon.”
The plot is a bit complicated, with Kang Jung-hyun (Jung Soo-hyuk) trying to prove his innocence by pointing out Moon’s resemblance to him.
Kang Jung tells Moon that he is the same age as him, which Moon says is false.
Kang Jong-wook (Lee Seung-soo) is the eldest son of the Moon family.
Kang Soo goes to the police and claims that Kang Jung was his brother.
Kang is later brought in front of the police, who question him and decide to investigate Kang Jung’s story.
The police then arrest Kang Jung, and he is sent to prison.
In the show, Kang Jung is sent back to prison to serve out his sentence.
In the second episode, titled “Moon Seon: The Moon-in”, Kang Seon is sentenced to a year in prison for violating his probation.
Moon Seo tells Kang Seo that he was only going to serve a year of his probation, not his entire sentence.
Kang Seohon, the father of Moon, goes to jail and tells Kang Jung to get help for him.
Kang Jung’s father, Kang So-sool (Lee Young-sun), also goes to prison for his crimes, and Kang Seol tries to convince Kang Jung that he will not get out of jail, that he’ll die if he does.
Kang Sung tries to explain that he doesn’t believe Kang Jung will die and that his father would like to die for his son.
Kang Hyun (Lee Min-sun) and Moon Jung’s mother are both executed, but Moon Seol manages to escape.
Seo-jeong is a woman who has a lot of money and is very successful.
She has a big mansion, a big car, and a beautiful body.
She also has a child.
She is very smart, and Seo-Jeong has a good relationship with Kang Jeong.
Seo Jeung becomes a successful actress, and after Kang Jeung dies, she is given a new job as the head of a private school for children of the wealthy and the rich, which is called “Seol Joo,” which translates to “The World of People.”
She also works with Kang Sool’s family.
Seol Joon is a young girl who has very little money and works as a maid.
She meets Kang Seok-hoon, the head teacher at her school, and falls in love with him.
The two become friends