Stained Glass (TV series)

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Stained Glass
Stained Glass-poster.jpg
Promotional poster for Stained Glass
Also known as Stained Glass Window
Glass Picture
Glass Painting
Glass Flower
Genre Romance
Melodrama
Format Television drama
Written by Park Hye-kyung
Directed by Lee Chang-soon
Starring Lee Dong-gun
Kim Ha-neul
Kim Sung-soo
Opening theme Yurihwa
Country of origin South Korea
Original language(s) Korean, Japanese
No. of episodes 18
Production
Producer(s) Goo Bon-geun
Location(s) Korea, Japan
Cinematography Yoon Dae-young
Running time 60 minutes on Wednesdays and Thursdays at 21:55 (KST)
Broadcast
Original channel Seoul Broadcasting System
Original run 1 December 2004 (2004-12-01) – 3 February 2005 (2005-02-03)
Chronology
Preceded by When a Man is in Love
Followed by Hong Kong Express
External links
Website
Korean name
Hangul 유리화
Hanja 琉璃畵
Revised Romanization Yuri-hwa
McCune–Reischauer Yuri-hwa

Stained Glass (Hangul: 유리화; RR: Yurihwa; lit. "Glass Picture") is a 2004 South Korean television drama series starring Lee Dong-gun, Kim Ha-neul, and Kim Sung-soo. It aired on SBS from December 1, 2004 to February 3, 2005 on Wednesdays and Thursdays at 21:55 for 20 episodes.[1]

The title refers to the stained glass artwork found in Roman Catholic Churches.

Cast[edit]

  • Lee Dong-gun as Han Dong-joo/Yuichi Yamamoto
  • Kim Ha-neul as Shin Ji-soo
  • Kim Sung-soo as Park Gi-tae
  • Jo Yi-jin as Park Tae-hee/Mako
  • Shim Ji-ho as Shin Ji-suk
  • Ahn Hye-ran as Shim Joo-kyung
  • Yuko Fueki as Jang Soo-yeon
  • Noh Joo-hyun as President Park Jin-sung (of Dae Young Car Holdings)
  • Lee Eung-kyung as Cha Jin-joo
  • Han In-soo as Shin Jae-man/Yukio Yamamoto
  • Kim Se-ah as Chae Eun-seo
  • Fukumi Kuroda as Keiko Yamamoto
  • Kaneko Noboru as Tani Masato
  • Erinashi Kaori as Minori
  • Park Eun-bin as young Ji-soo
  • Lee Pung-woon as young Dong-joo
  • Kim Hak-joon as young Gi-tae
  • Jung Hyung-min as young Ji-suk

Synopsis[edit]

Dong-joo and Gi-tae were both abandoned by their parents as children. They grew up together in an orphanage and became best friends. After a family tragedy, Ji-soo was transferred to the orphanage where Gi-tae and Dong-joo were. Both boys fell for Ji-soo. One day while in the church, the three of them made a vow: Dong-joo and Gi-tae made a promise to take care of and protect Ji-soo in the absence of the other. While trying to retrieve the ocarina from the river, Dong-joo got caught in the current and was presumed drowned. In fact, Dong-joo was saved and later adopted by a rich, childless couple in Japan. 12 years later, Dong-joo returns to Korea as a Japanese gentleman by the name of Yuichi Yamamoto. His feelings towards Ji-soo start to develop, as his friendship with Gi-tae begins to unravel.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Suh, Jung-bo (15 November 2004). "Lee Dong-gun at the Japan Location Shoot of Yuriwha". The Dong-a Ilbo. Retrieved 2013-08-16. 

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