Dandelion Family

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Dandelion Family
Also known as Like a Dandelion
Genre Romance
Family
Drama
Written by Kim Jung-soo
Directed by Im Tae-woo
Starring Song Seon-mi
Maya
Lee Yoon-ji
Jung Chan
Jung Woo
Kim Dong-wook
Yoo Dong-geun
Yang Mi-kyung
Country of origin South Korea
Original language(s) Korean
No. of episodes 50
Production
Producer(s) Oh Hyun-chang
Location(s) South Korea
Running time Saturdays and Sundays at 19:55 (KST)
Broadcast
Original channel Munhwa Broadcasting Corporation
Picture format 480i SDTV
Original run 30 January 2010 (2010-01-30) – 25 July 2010 (2010-07-25)
Chronology
Preceded by Creating Destiny
Followed by Gloria
External links
Website

Dandelion Family (Hangul: 민들레 가족; RR: Mindeulle Gajok) is a 2010 South Korean weekend family drama series starring Song Seon-mi, Maya, Lee Yoon-ji, Jung Chan, Jung Woo, Kim Dong-wook, Yoo Dong-geun and Yang Mi-kyung. It aired on MBC from January 30 to July 25, 2010 on Saturdays and Sundays at 19:55 for 50 episodes.[1]

Plot[edit]

Dandelion Family covers the lives of three sisters.

Eldest sister Ji-won (Song Seon-mi) is married to a doctor (Jung Chan). They enjoy financial security, but Ji-won stills suffers from stress.

Middle sister Mi-won (Maya) met her boyfriend (Jung Woo) in college, and they eloped. They live together even though they're not married.

Youngest sister Hye-won (Lee Yoon-ji) represents women of the newer generation. She believes her career is more important than marriage. Due to pressure from her parents, Hye-won enters a contract marriage with her colleague Jae-ha (Kim Dong-wook). She then starts to discover the true meaning of love and life.[2]

Cast[edit]

Park family
  • Yoo Dong-geun as Park Sang-gil, father
  • Yang Mi-kyung as Kim Sook-kyung, mother
  • Song Seon-mi as Park Ji-won, eldest daughter
  • Maya as Park Mi-won, middle daughter
  • Lee Yoon-ji as Park Hye-won, youngest daughter
  • Jung Chan as Min Myung-seok, Ji-won's husband
  • Jung Woo as Kim No-sik, Mi-won's live-in boyfriend
  • Baek Jin-ki as Kim Yong-yi, Ji-won's son
Lee family
  • Kim Ki-seob as Lee Hyo-dong, father
  • Kim Dong-wook as Lee Jae-ha, son
  • Oh Young-shil as Lee Jae-kyung, daughter
  • Hong Hak-pyo as Gong Byung-goo, Jae-kyung's husband
Extended cast
  • Lee Mi-young as Lee Pil-nam
  • Kim Jung-min as Jung Tae-hwan
  • Jung Ae-ri as Yoon Sun-hee
  • Oh Jung-se as Jae-hoon/Jay
  • Lee Byung-wook as Jung Sung-jae, department head
  • Kim Kyung-hwa as Kim, team leader
  • Maeng Chang-jae as Choi Jin-moo
  • Im Hyun-sung as Jung-pil
  • Jeon In-taek
  • Shim Yang-hong

References[edit]

  1. ^ Wee, Geun-woo (29 January 2010). "PREVIEW: MBC weekend drama Dandelion Family". 10Asia. Retrieved 2013-07-26. 
  2. ^ "Dandelion Family". KoreanDrama.org. Retrieved 2013-07-26. 

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