My Top Ten Dearest K-Drama for year 2011
Here you’ll find My Top Pick Best Korean Schouwspel for year 2011
For everyone who loves Korean Toneelstuk, this year has bot another “daebak” / “amazing” year for us. From the beginning of the year, so many different genre of dramas entertain us and it’s pretty hard to pick the favorites. My top beloved toneelstuk for 2011 so far is City Hunter, Secret Garden, The Princess’ Man and Smell of a Woman.
Heartstrings, makes mij fall te love with the ShinHwa duo again and Protect the Boss which makes mij discovering Ji Sung and makes mij fall ter love with Jaejoong!
I’m sure many of you have your own dearest K-drama and wij’re spoiled with so many dramas aired at our TV screen on daily, twice weekly and weekly fundament. The lists below are my top picks Best Korean stuk for 2011 and if your beloved is not on the list, feel free to add yours on the comment opbergruimte and I’ll add the epistel summary & synopsis of the toneelstuk.
Vote for your beloved 2011 Korean Schouwspel [Fresh Poll]
There are many fine Korean Schouwspel aired te the 2nd half of 2011. To make it fair, I’ve determined to create a fresh poll below.
Many voters commented that Secret Garden wasgoed aired end 2010 – Feb 2011, so based on their terugkoppeling, I have not included Secret Garden on the list.
What’s your dearest K-Drama te 2011?
What’s your dearest 2011 Korean Stuk so far?
This schouwspel is depicted from famous and well-known manga anime “City Hunter” by Tsukasa Hojo, supported by lead actor Lee Min-Ho who plays spil Koo Jun-Pyo ter Boys Overheen Flower.
A auténtico life story of the South Korean Voorzitter Chun Doo-hwan and his cabinet visited Martyr’s Mausoleum ter Yangon. Straight after they arrived, the bombs went off which resulted of destruction of the venue and sixteen people died. Two agents, Lee Jin-Pyo and Park Mu-Yeol survived the blast and they’re spies te an anti-North Korean unit.
What else can I say about this schouwspel? Fantastic story, amazing characters portrayal from its actors with so many unexpected and cliffhanger scenes, City Hunter is undoubtedly my #1 Korean Stuk of the year. I’m hooked from the very first scene, from the scenes where youthful Yoon Sung had to bear so many hardships due to harsh training from his step-father whose his very first and last life mission is to kill all five politicians which caused his best friend and 20 other harmless people died ter 1983.
Then, few years zometeen, Yoon Sung who’s now a professor, works spil an IT professional te a Blue House (the government’s IT department). He becomes City Hunter who will waterput all thesis politicians ter jail, but he doesn’t want to expose his identity. And he falls ter love with bodyguard Kim Na Na which makes his City Hunter work becomes enormously difficult to carry.
Lee Zoogmoeder Ho spil City Hunter? Amazing, fantastic! And the other actors? They’re portraying their characters well. I don’t know how many times I had to clinch my forearms when I see so many heart-wrenching scenes and yelling to the screen hoping that Kim Na Na won’t diegene, that she won’t leave him, that Jin Pyo won’t intervene on City Hunter’s secret mission!
Certainly the best schouwspel of the year!
Number of Scenes: 20
Diferente run: May 25, 2011 — July 28, 2011 on SBS [Ter place of slot of 49Days]
Main Personages Members: Lee Min-Ho spil Lee Yoon-Sung, Park Min-Young spil Kim Na-Na, Lee Jun-Hyuk spil Kim Young-Joo, Hwang Sun-Hee spil Jin Soo-Hee, Goo Ha-Ra spil Choi Da-Hye
Check out my schouwspel review about City Hunter