Master's Sun

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Master's Sun
Sun of the Lord-poster.jpg
Promotional poster for Master's Sun
Also known as The Sun of My Master
The Sun of the Lord
Mr. Joo's Miss Tae
Genre Romance
Comedy
Horror
Drama
Written by Hong Sisters
Directed by Jin Hyuk
Starring Gong Hyo-jin
So Ji-sub
Composer(s) Oh Joon-sung
Country of origin South Korea
Original language(s) Korean
No. of episodes 17
Production
Executive producer(s) Son Jung-hyun
Producer(s) Kim Jin-geun
Lee Young-joon
Location(s) Korea
Running time 60 minutes
Wednesdays and Thursdays at 21:55 (KST)
Production company(s) BON Factory
Broadcast
Original channel Seoul Broadcasting System
Original run 7 August 2013 (2013-08-07) – 3 October 2013 (2013-10-03)
Chronology
Preceded by I Can Hear Your Voice
Followed by The Heirs
External links
Website
Master's Sun
Hangul 주군의 태양
Hanja 主君의 太陽
Revised Romanization Jugun-ui Taeyang
McCune–Reischauer Chugunŭi T'aeyang

Master's Sun (Hangul: 주군의 태양; RR: Jugun-ui Taeyang) is a 2013 South Korean television series starring Gong Hyo-jin and So Ji-sub.[1][2][3][4] The horror-romantic comedy is written by the Hong Sisters, and aired on SBS from August 7 to October 3, 2013 on Wednesdays and Thursdays at 21:55 for 17 episodes.[5][6]

Plot[edit]

Joo Joong-won (So Ji-sub) is the stingy and greedy CEO of Kingdom, a conglomerate that includes a major department store and hotel. He meets the gloomy Tae Gong-shil (Gong Hyo-jin), who started seeing ghosts after an accident. Their lives take a new turn as they work together to deal with the terror and sadness brought about by the spirits, while delving into a kidnapping incident in Joong-won's past.[7]

Cast[edit]

Main characters[edit]

Gong-shil was once bright and sunny. But after a mysterious accident, she suddenly gains the ability to see ghosts. They continually haunt her, some wanting her to fulfill their last wishes, others merely scaring her. Gong-shil becomes an outcast, unable to hold down a job and suffering from insomnia. Now gloomy and easily moved to tears, she works as a cleaning lady at Kingdom shopping mall. Then she discovers that the ghosts are banished whenever she touches the company president, Joong-won, the most selfish man she's ever known. She begins working for him as his secretary (in name only), and because of Joong-won, she slowly opens herself up to the world.
President of the Kingdom Group. A self-centered, haughty, ambitious, and money-driven businessman, Joong-won puts a price on every relationship. The trauma of a kidnapping incident when he was younger has rendered him extremely mercenary and distrustful, as well as dyslexic. Upon learning of Gong-shil's supernatural ability, he keeps her near him, hoping to use her to communicate with his dead girlfriend Hee-joo in tracking down the 10 billion ransom paid in the form of Joong-won's mother's diamond necklace (the case's statute of limitations is almost up). But as he grows closer to Gong-shil, Joong-won comes to learn the more important things in life. (His first name joong-won literally means "ruling position" or "supremacy.")
A former soldier who served in the Zaytun Division of the South Korean Army, which was deployed to Iraq in the mid-2000s. After his discharge, he uses that experience and skill set in pursuing a job in the private sector, thus leading him to become hired as the head of security of Joong-won's shopping mall company. He mysteriously keeps tabs on Joong-won, and notes the latter's interest in Gong-shil, who is his neighbor at the apartment building he'd recently moved into. As part of his plan, Kang Woo confesses that he likes Gong-shil, but his feelings soon begin to turn real.[14][15][16][17]
A top star and the model of Joong-won's shopping mall. Yi-ryung's wedding to a soccer player is inadvertently wrecked by Gong-shil, whom she considered her high school rival. Though not related, they share the same surname and in high school they were given the following nicknames: the then-more popular Gong-shil was called "Big Sun," while the homely Yi-ryung, who wore braces and glasses, was called "Little Sun." Wanting revenge against Gong-shil for her bitter high school experiences and ruined wedding, Yi-ryung plans on seducing Joong-won, but finds herself falling for Kang Woo instead.

Supporting characters[edit]

Joong-won's aunt.
Sung-ran's much younger husband, and vice president of Kingdom Group.
  • Choi Jung-woo as Kim Gwi-do
Joong-won's secretary, who also happens to be a lawyer and child psychologist. He is supportive of Joong-won and Gong-shil's relationship. Secretary Kim is later revealed to be Hee-joo and Hanna's uncle.
Gong-shil's older sister who works at a coffee shop.
Joong-won's father. He hired Kang Woo to secretly spy on his son.
  • Lee Do-hyun as Lee Seung-mo
Little boy who lives in Gong-shil's apartment building.
  • Hong Eun-taek as Lee Seung-joon
Little boy who lives in Gong-shil's apartment building.
  • Lee Jae-won as Lee Han-joo
Member of Kingdom's security team.
A meddlesome busybody and employee at Kingdom shopping mall.
Joong-won's ex-girlfriend. She was killed during a botched kidnapping attempt. Originally thought to be a victim, Joong-won learns that "Hee-joo" was in cahoots with the kidnappers, a fact that he has never revealed to anyone. So when Gong-shil sees her ghost hovering around him, Joong-won strikes a deal with her to find out who the co-conspirator was. But "Hee-joo" refuses to tell Gong-shil, implying that she is protecting that person.
Hee-joo and Hanna were twin sisters, whose birth parents were poor artists who died in an accident. They were separated when Hanna was adopted and raised comfortably in England, while Hee-joo grew up in an orphanage. After the twin sisters meet in their teens, the girl Joong-won falls for is actually sweet and gentle Hanna, whom he thinks is Hee-joo. Driven insane with jealousy and envy that Hanna has taken everything from her (the life she believes could've been hers, and now her crush as well), the real Hee-joo masterminds the kidnapping. After Hanna's death, Hee-joo assumes her twin sister's identity. She later undergoes cosmetic surgery to change her facial features, moves next door to Aunt Sung-ran, and continues her revenge against Joong-won.
He fell in love with Gong-shil's spirit while her body was in a coma.

Guest and cameo appearances[edit]

Top soccer player. He is engaged to Yi-ryung, and they're about to be married in a lavish wedding sponsored by Kingdom Group. But their arguments about their future yield no compromise; he wants to keep playing soccer abroad despite his age and injuries, while she wants him to stay in the country so that they can become the "Korean Becks and Posh." Hye-sung has never gotten over his girlfriend Mi-kyung, whom he believes dumped him cruelly before he became famous, thus driving him to succeed.
  • Song Min-jung as Kim Mi-kyung (ep 1)
Ghost in bridal gown, Hye-sung's dead ex-girlfriend. She and Hye-sung were happy and in love, and she utterly believed in his athletic abilities. But when Mi-kyung learned that she was terminally ill, she broke up with Hye-sung without telling him the reason. But seeing him in a loveless relationship with Yi-ryung, her ghost reappears before him, leading him to cancel the wedding and decide to keep playing soccer.
He blackmails Hye-sung using Mi-kyung's name, knowing full well that she's already deceased.
  • Nam Myung-ryul as man unwilling to sell his house (ep 1)
His house is built in the middle of the land Joong-won is planning to turn into a golf course. He previously agreed to sell his house to Joong-won, then reneges on their deal, saying his dead wife opposes his decision to sell, since the flower on her favorite plant never wilts. Joong-won cuts off the flower, and gets his contract. The man tells Joong-won, "If ghosts exist, they'll get you for sure."
  • Kim Dong-gyun as gambler son (ep 1)
The ghost of his elderly mother appears before Gong-shil to hand over her bankbook containing ₩10 million for her funeral expenses and to pay off their debts. Instead, the son gambles away the money.
  • Lee Sung-woo as Gong-shil's date (ep 1)[22]
He tries to kiss her, but Gong-shil pushes him away after seeing a ghost over his shoulder.
Leader of a three-member schoolgirl clique, who think they're being haunted by the ghost of a classmate they'd meangirled.
  • Kim Bo-ra as Ha Yoo-jin (ep 2)
Member of the schoolgirl clique.
  • Park Hyo-bin as Joo-hyun (ep 2)
Member of the schoolgirl clique.
  • Lee Hye-in as Lee Eun-seol (ep 2)
Schoolgirl ghost. Eun-seol had wanted to be Ga-young, Yoo-jin and Joo-hyun's friend. She followed them to Kingdom Mall one day, but after overhearing them mocking her, she ran away and was hit by an oncoming truck. Later, the three tearfully apologize for treating her badly, and Eun-seol shows her forgiveness when a nearby vending machine drops three sodas, in their favorite flavors.
  • Kim Min-ha as Park Ji-eun (ep 2)
Another classmate who wanted to scare the clique, after witnessing them being mean to Eun-seol that day at the mall. So using the cellphone that Eun-seol had left behind, Ji-eun sent the three a photo of themselves in front of the mall's fountain with a photoshopped Eun-seol.
  • Yoo Kyung-ah as Choi Yoon-hee (ep 3)
Red shoe ghost. A wealthy woman whose mother owns buildings in the affluent Gangnam District. Yoon-hee not only catches her husband cheating on her, she also overhears him telling his mistress that he plans to kill her and make it look like a hiking accident. He sees her and chases her through the empty mall (making her lose one of her red shoes), and while driving to get away from him, her car hits a parked truck and Yoon-hee dies.
  • Baek Seung-hyun as Yoon-hee's husband (ep 3)
A store owner in Kingdom Mall. He acts as Yoon-hee's devoted husband, and later, a grieving widower. But in reality, he plans to kill his wife and his mother-in-law to get his hands on their money. Gong-shil and Joong-won reveal the truth about his misdeeds, though Joong-won gruffly claims he only did it because the culprit had been planning to transfer his store to Kingdom Mall's competitor, Giant Mall.
  • Jang Ga-hyun as red lipstick ghost (ep 4)
She possesses vain and insecure women, telling them, "You're the most beautiful."
  • Yoo Min-kyu as Ji-woo (ep 5)
Groom ghost. Because of his sickly constitution, he never left his grandmother's mansion. Ji-woo fell in love with Sun-young, the tomboyish girl who delivered milk to their house. Too embarrassed to tell her that he likes her, he constantly teased and bickered with Sun-young. But before he could confess, he fell ill and died young.
  • Kim Bo-mi as Sun-young (ep 5)
Milk delivery girl. After Ji-woo teasingly compared her to a green rose, cabbage-looking and not very pretty, he kissed her. But she ran away, thinking he was just messing with her. After Gong-shil and Joong-won track her down, she learns the truth about Ji-woo's feelings and cries upon seeing the bouquet of green roses in his room that never wilts. After the ghost of Ji-woo leans in to kiss Sun-young one last time, President Wang sees the flowers finally wilt and disappear. Gong-shil tells Joong-won that green roses symbolize a rare noble love that only exists in heaven.
  • Jeon Yang-ja as President Wang (ep 5)
Ji-woo's grandmother, and company president. She believes that her grandson's spirit isn't at peace because he died without ever falling in love, so she hires a shaman to arrange a ghost marriage for him, but Ji-woo keeps rejecting the brides. Initially planning to invest in Giant Mall, Wang offers to back Joong-won financially if he'll let Gong-shil become her grandson's ghost bride.
  • Lee Yong-nyeo as Madam Go (ep 5, 13)
Shaman and famous ghost matchmaker of the upper crust. She tells Gong-shil that the reason ghosts are drawn to her and seek her out is because she shines so brightly, ominously adding that Gong-shil needs to be on her guard because "They’re looking for an opportunity... to return."
  • Hong Won-pyo as Hyung-chul (ep 6)
A soldier who'd found it tough adjusting to mandatory military service, until he was assigned to train an army dog. They become the best of friends, with the dog defending him from bullies and Hyung-chul teaching the dog to dance to "Nobody," a song by his favorite girl group (Note: This part of episode, the music of Nobody of Wonder Girls changed to Haru by SHINee in the televised broadcast in the Philippines by GMA-7). After the dog fell ill, Hyung-chul is ordered to put down the animal, and the trauma drives him to go AWOL. His ghost dog appears before Gong-shil, and she and Joong-won prevent Hyung-chul from committing suicide.
  • Jo Hwi-joon as Chang-min (ep 7)
A young boy who's a victim of child abuse. His doll is haunted by three children who'd died from similar parental neglect and violence. In the process of rescuing him, Gong-shil and Joong-won get arrested for trespassing and kidnapping, but are later released. Kingdom Group pays for Chang-min's medical bills and reports his mother for her crime.
An overworked and under-appreciated ajumma who received a voucher for Kingdom Hotel and enormously enjoyed her stay there. Now comatose at a hospital, her spirit keeps haunting the hotel swimming pool because she never wants to leave. Gong-shil urges her to return to life, and Gil-ja wakes up and sees her family tearful with gratitude at her recovery.
A famous concert pianist who was utterly dependent on his wife, and can't get over her recent death. When the ghost of his dead wife possesses Gong-shil's body, he attempts to take her to Paris with him as his muse.
  • Lee Hyo-rim as Louis Jang's wife (ep 9)
Gong-shil helps her bake a pie for her husband (their ritual before every concert). She borrows Gong-shil's body to drive some sense into her husband one last time. Tired of living in Louis's shadow when she was alive, she tells him that he's not picky but lazy, and that he has to let her go.
A chaebol heiress. During Joong-won's business trip to China, she agrees to become his fake fiancee. The arrangement is mutually beneficial for both; it enables Seo-hyun to take over her family's company Sejin Group (a parody of Empire of Gold), and Joong-won uses her to keep Gong-shil at arm's length. Joong-won breaks the fake engagement after one week.
CEO of Giant Mall, business rival of Kingdom Mall. He's grieving over the death of his father, but also angry because he believes that his father had had a mistress, since women's clothing, makeup and perfume were found scattered in his father's house.
  • Lee Jae-yong as Lee Yong-jae (ep 11)
Chairman of Giant Mall, and Jae-seok's father. His ghost eventually reveals that he hadn't been unfaithful to his wife, but instead was secretly a cross-dresser.

Original soundtrack[edit]

Master's Sun
Original Sound Track
Soundtrack album by Various Artists
Released October 2, 2013
Genre Pop, K-pop, soundtrack, R&B
Label Bon Factory
LOEN Entertainment
Disc 1:
No. Title Artist Length
1. "Touch Love"   Yoon Mi-rae[24]  
2. "미치게 만들어" (You Make Me Go Crazy) Hyolyn (Sistar)[25]  
3. "겁도 없이" (No Matter What) Seo In-guk  
4. "낮과 밤" (Day and Night) Gummy[26]  
5. "너와 나" (You and I) Hong Dae-kwang  
6. "All About"   Melody Day  
7. "Last One"   Youme feat. Joo-seok  
8. "Mystery"   Chung Dong-ha (Boohwal)  
9. "Touch Love (Inst.)"   Various Artists  
10. "미치게 만들어 (Inst." (You Make Me Go Crazy (Inst.)) Various Artists  
11. "겁도 없이 (Inst.)" (No Matter What (Inst.)) Various Artists  
12. "낮과 밤 (Inst.)" (Day and Night (Inst.)) Various Artists  
13. "너와 나 (Inst.)" (You and I (Inst.)) Various Artists  
14. "All About (Inst.)"   Various Artists  
15. "Last One (Inst.)"   Various Artists  
16. "Mystery (Inst.)"   Various Artists  
Disc 2:
No. Title Artist Length
1. "Joogoon's Sun"   Oh Joon-sung  
2. "Who Are You? (Ending Rock Guitar ver.)"   Oh Joon-sung feat. Lee Byung-ho  
3. "Out of the Ghost"   Oh Joon-sung  
4. "Ghost Eyes"   Oh Joon-sung  
5. "This Is Me"   Oh Joon-sung  
6. "Enjoy Party"   Oh Joon-sung  
7. "In Memories"   Oh Joon-sung  
8. "Tears in Rain"   Oh Joon-sung  
9. "Candy Love (Touch Love Guitar ver.)"   Oh Joon-sung  
10. "Love Connection"   Oh Joon-sung  
11. "Ghost Tango"   Oh Joon-sung  
12. "Empty Garden"   Oh Joon-sung  
13. "Keep Out"   Oh Joon-sung  
14. "Dangerous Zone (Opening Title)"   Oh Joon-sung  
15. "Painful Memory"   Oh Joon-sung  
16. "Ghost Presents"   Oh Joon-sung  
17. "Love Is Like a Picture"   Oh Joon-sung  
18. "Feather Kiss"   Oh Joon-sung  
19. "White Flower"   Oh Joon-sung  
20. "Ghost World"   Oh Joon-sung  
21. "Foolish Spy"   Oh Joon-sung  
22. "Dirty Hands"   Oh Joon-sung  
23. "Sad Wave"   Oh Joon-sung  
24. "Water in the Sky"   Oh Joon-sung  
25. "Like a Mosquito"   Oh Joon-sung  
26. "Making Shadow"   Oh Joon-sung  
27. "High Jump"   Oh Joon-sung  
28. "Lake Wave"   Oh Joon-sung  

Ratings[edit]

Episode # Original broadcast date Average audience share
TNmS Ratings[27] AGB Nielsen[28]
Nationwide Seoul National Capital Area Nationwide Seoul National Capital Area
1 7 August 2013 17.5% 21.6% 13.6% 14.8%
2 8 August 2013 15.9% 19.0% 14.4% 15.8%
3 14 August 2013 17.1% 20.2% 15.2% 16.6%
4 15 August 2013 17.6% 19.5% 16.8% 17.6%
5 21 August 2013 17.3% 19.5% 16.2% 17.4%
6 22 August 2013 19.5% 22.6% 16.6% 17.5%
7 28 August 2013 17.0% 18.9% 16.1% 17.2%
8 29 August 2013 17.6% 20.2% 17.8% 19.2%
9 4 September 2013 17.2% 20.0% 16.8% 18.3%
10 5 September 2013 17.3% 20.0% 17.3% 18.5%
11 11 September 2013 17.9% 20.8% 18.3% 20.0%
12 12 September 2013 19.7% 23.8% 19.3% 20.4%
13 19 September 2013 15.6% 17.0% 14.8% 15.7%
14 25 September 2013 18.4% 20.9% 18.4% 20.0%
15 26 September 2013 19.3% 21.5% 19.1% 19.7%
16 2 October 2013 18.9% 22.3% 19.7% 20.9%
17 3 October 2013 21.1% 24.4% 21.8% 23.6%
Average 18.0% 20.7% 17.2% 18.4%

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Recipient Result
2013 6th Korea Drama Awards Top Excellence Award, Actress Gong Hyo-jin Nominated
Best Young Actor Kim Myung-soo Nominated
2nd APAN Star Awards Top Excellence Award, Actor So Ji-sub Nominated
Top Excellence Award, Actress Gong Hyo-jin Nominated
Best New Actress Kim Yoo-ri Won
5th MelOn Music Awards Best OST Touch Love - Yoon Mi-rae Won
15th Mnet Asian Music Awards Best OST Won
SBS Drama Awards[29] Top Excellence Award, Actor in a Miniseries So Ji-sub Won
Top Excellence Award, Actress in a Miniseries Gong Hyo-jin Nominated
Special Award, Actor in a Miniseries Choi Jung-woo Nominated
Special Award, Actress in a Miniseries Kim Mi-kyung Won
New Star Award Kim Yoo-ri Won
Seo In-guk Won
Top 10 Stars So Ji-sub Won
Best Couple Award So Ji-sub and Gong Hyo-jin Nominated
2014 50th Baeksang Arts Awards Most Popular Actor (TV) Seo In-guk Nominated
So Ji-sub Nominated
Most Popular Actress (TV) Gong Hyo-jin Nominated
9th Seoul International Drama Awards Outstanding Korean Drama Master's Sun Nominated
Outstanding Korean Drama OST You Make Me Go Crazy - Hyolyn Nominated
Touch Love - Yoon Mi-rae Nominated
People's Choice Actor So Ji-sub Nominated
People's Choice Actress Gong Hyo-jin Nominated
7th Korea Drama Awards Best OST Touch Love - Yoon Mi-rae Nominated

International broadcast[edit]

References[edit]

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