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My Lovely Sam Soon (2005)


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BASICS

REVIEWS

AWARDS


BASICS

 Title  My Lovely Sam Soon/My Name Is Sam Soon
 Genre  Romantic Comedy
 Episodes  16
Network  MBC
 Main Cast
  • Kim Sun Ah as Kim Sam Soon
  • Hyun Bin as Kyun Jin-heon
  • Jung Ryu Won as Yoo Hee-jin
  • Daniel Henney as Dr. Henry Kim
  • Kim Ja Ok as Park Bong-Sook (Sam-soon’s mother)
  • Lee Ah-hyun as Kim Yi-Young (Sam-soon’ sister)
  • Na Moon-hee as Na Hyun-sook (Jin-heon’s “aunt”)
  • Lee Kyu Han as Min Hyun-woo
  • Lee Yoong Mi as Jang Chae-ri
  • Wong Jong Rye as Chae-ri’s mother
 Director  Kim Yoon Chul
 Screenwriter  Kim Do Woo
 Official Website(s)  N/A
 Fan Website(s)  kimsamsoon.blogsome.com
 Description One plucky girl, one jerky guy, one pretty girl. . . it doesn’t end the way you think.

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REVIEWS

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AWARDS

  • 2006 42nd Baeksang Arts Awards: Daesang (Grand Prize)
  • 2006 42nd Baeksang Arts Awards: Best Screenplay Award (Kim Do Woo)
  • 2006 42nd Baeksang Arts Awards: Popularity Award (Hyun Bin)
  • 2006 42nd Baeksang Arts Awards: Best Couple Award (Hyun Bin and Kim Sun Ah)
  • 2006 42nd Baeksang Arts Awards: Best Cast Award
  • 2006 Seoul Drama Awards: Best Mini Series
  • 2005 MBC Drama Awards: Top Excellence Award – Actress (Kim Sun Ah)
  • 2005 MBC Drama Awards: Top Excellence Award – Actor (Hyun Bin)
  • 2005 MBC Drama Awards: Excellence Award – Actress (Jung Ryu Won)
  • 2005 MBC Drama Awards: Best New Actor Award (Daniel Henney)
  • 2005 MBC Drama Awards: Popularity Award (Kim Sun Ah)
  • 2005 MBC Drama Awards: Popularity Award (Hyun Bin)
  • 2005 MBC Drama Awards: Best Couple Award (Hyun Bin and Kim Sun Ah)

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About DrCeeFu

K-pop Prof. Wuxia Woman. Queen of Afro-Asia. Post Soul Princess. CeeFu is Crystal S. Anderson (PhD), a public intellectual who writes on Asian popular culture. When she is not at her day job, she writes about Asian popular culture. On her blog, High Yellow, she publishes pieces on K-pop, K-drama, wuxia series and Asian film. You can view her portfolio at Digital Writing by CeeFu. She also makes some of her scholarly work on Korean popular culture available to the public though projects like iFans: Mapping K-pop's International Fandom (a series of surveys on global fandom and a digital project that curates material produced by global fans), Hallyu Harmony: A Cultural History of Kpop (a digital project that traces connections among artists and groups across genres, generations and geographies through visuals, music and choreography), House of Hallyu (a site that features fan activity) and kpop chronicles (a project that archives fan narratives). She is also director of KPK: Kpop Kollective, where scholars and select members of the public publish musings about K-pop and digital humanities and collaboratively collect and organize digital material. She also manages KPOPIANA, a collaborative and interactive database about groups and artists of Hallyu-era K-pop. As an associate professor at Elon University, she conducts research in comparative ethnic studies. In addition to her recently published the book, Beyond the Chinese Connection: Contemporary Afro-Asian Cultural Production (University of Mississippi Press, 2013), she has several book articles forthcoming on masculinity in K-pop and the impact of rhythm and blues on K-pop. She teaches courses in Asian literature, American literature, American Studies and African American literature.

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