100 Days My Prince

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to navigation Jump to search
100 Days My Prince
100 Days My Prince.jpg
Promotional poster
Also known asDear Husband of 100 Days
Hangul백일의 낭군님
Genre
Created byStudio Dragon
Written byNo Ji-sul
Directed byLee Jong-jae
Starring
Country of originSouth Korea
Original language(s)Korean
No. of episodes16 (+2 special)
Production
Executive producer(s)Lee Sang-baek
Camera setupSingle-camera
Running time80 minutes
Production company(s)AStory
DistributortvN
Release
Original networktvN
Picture format1080i (HDTV)
Audio formatDolby Digital
Original releaseSeptember 10 (2018-09-10) –
October 30, 2018 (2018-10-30)
External links
Website
Production website

100 Days My Prince[1] (Korean백일의 낭군님; RRBaekirui Nanggunnim; lit. Hundred Days Husband) is a 2018 South Korean television series starring Do Kyung-soo and Nam Ji-hyun. It was aired on tvN starting from September 10 - October 30, 2018 every Monday and Tuesday at 21:30 (KST) time slot.[2][3][4][5] It is the fifth highest-rated Korean drama in cable television in history.[6][7]

Synopsis[edit]

Lee Yul is the King's nephew who enjoys spending his days playing instead of studying. He enjoys playing with the peasant children alongside his best friend and guardian, Dong Joo. One day, as he is playing with the peasant children where they play the villains, Yul uses his status to punish the children by beating them up, oblivious that his actions are hurting them. The children could not object to this treatment due to Yul's status. A girl, Yoon Yi-Seo intervenes and chides Yul for his cruel actions. Like Yul, Yi-Seo is from a noble family, but is kind, smart and compassionate. Yul instantly develops a crush on Yi-Seo, and this causes him to change to become more studious in order to impress her. Yi-Seo's father is a general and the right hand man of the King.

However, Yul's father is an ambitious man who is jealous of his brother, the King and vies for the throne. Scheming with another ambitious man, Kim Cha Eon, they plot to overthrow the current King, with the promise that Cha Eon will be handsomely rewarded. One night, Kim Cha Eon begins the coup which sees the King and all his men and allies ruthlessly murdered, including Yi Seo's father. While fatally injured, Yi Seo's father instructs his elder son Seok-ha to take Yi Seo and run away, as Cha Eon is determined to wipe out the entire family. As Cha Eon is about to deal the killing blow, Yul, who has been witnessing the whole thing, comes out from his hiding to stop Cha Eon, threatening that he will report this matter to his father. It is then that his father appears, making it known that he has been conspiring with Cha Eon for the whole thing all along, shocking Yul. Yul is removed from the scene and the coup is completed successfully. Due to this, Yul's father is crowned as the new King and Cha Eon becomes the Vice Premier. Yul automatically assumes the title of the Crown Prince, and is further shocked on the coronation day with the news of his mother's "accidental death". Despite the new King's surprise at the news, it becomes clear that the Vice Premier will be the person who has the most power and control of the new reign. Yul bitterly resents his new position as the Crown Prince of Joseon.

Ten years later, Yul has grown up to be a cold and unlikable Crown Prince. Due to the trauma of his past, Yul is also very smart and skilled in the martial arts. His father is now remarried to the new Queen who dislikes him and wants the Crown Prince title for her own son while he himself is married to Kim So Hye, who is Vice Premier Kim's daughter. Despite the marriage, Yul still longs for Yi-Seo, even though he believes that Yi Seo was killed. This causes him to despise the Crown Princess and her father and his constant avoidance of consummating the marriage, despite the various schemes in place to ensure the consummation takes place. At the same time, a drought happens in Joseon and people begin to blame Yul and his refusal to consummate the marriage as the reason. Annoyed, Yul orders all the singles in the nation to be married off in a month to help alleviate the drought.

While en route to a rain ritual, Yul and his followers are ambushed by assassins, and he is almost killed. His childhood friend and guardian Dong Joo, forces them to switch their garments, essentially luring the attackers away from Yul. Dong Joo is subsequently killed and falls into the river, even though the attackers did not get to see his face, thus believing that it is Yul. Meanwhile, Yul gets shot with an arrow on his chest while on the run, and accidentally knocks his head, becoming unconscious. When he wakes up, he has already lost his memory.

Yi-seo, who managed to escape unscathed in the coup years ago, has been adopted by a commoner man and now lives undercover as a peasant girl named Hong-shim in Songjoo Village. It is her adoptive father who found the terribly wounded Yul and nurses him back to consciousness. The fate of her brother Seok Ha is unknown, as they separated after Seok Ha buried her under a stack of leaves and ran away to lure Cha Eon's people who were hunting them in the woods. Before separating, they promised to wait for each other at a bridge every 15th of the month. While Yi Seo goes to the bridge as promised without fail, it has been ten years since the separation and she is beginning to lose hope that her brother is still alive.

As a single woman, Hong Shim is also subjected to the Crown Prince marriage decree and she happens to be the oldest single woman in the village. Due to the imbalance number of single men and women, Hong Shim finds herself the only one without a pair. Instead, she receives an offer to become the concubine of a lecherous nobleman. Hong Shim refuses because she says that she is already betrothed to a man named Won Deuk who is serving in the military and has no intention of being the man's fifth wife. The deadline for the decree passes by and since Hong Shim is still unmarried, she is subjected to the punishment of 100 floggings. To save her, her father takes advantage of Yul's amnesia. A very skeptical Yul is told that he is Hong-shim's betrothed, Won-deuk, a man whom her father had recommended but whom she had never met.

Thus, Yi-seo and Yul get married while neither of them are aware of each other's true identities. [8]

Cast[edit]

Main[edit]

  • Do Kyung-soo as Lee Yul / Na Won-deuk,[9] An idealistic crown prince who transforms into a low status man after a near fatal accident. Despite his amnesia, Yul maintains the speaking style of a noble man, to the villagers' annoyance and also lands himself in constant trouble because of this. He also retains his intelligence and martial arts skill, especially archery. However, he is completely useless with daily chores and activities of a peasant, such as making straw shoes, using the sickle, and chopping woods.
    • Jung Ji-hoon as young Lee Yul,[10]
  • Nam Ji-hyun as Yeon Hong-shim / Yoon Yi-seo,[11] An intelligent and strong woman who used to be a noblewoman and now runs Joseon's first all-solution agency in Songjoo village. She is shown to be fiercely independent and crass at times, and is always getting into arguments with Won-deuk. She hides her true identity from everyone in the village, except for her adoptive father. She longs to be reunited with her brother.
  • Jo Sung-ha as Kim Cha-eon,[13] The evil Vice-Premier who is also the father-in-law of Lee Yul. He is the most powerful man in the nation and controls even the King. A ruthless man, he is ready to employ any actions necessary to gain and maintain his power.
  • Jo Han-chul as the King,[14] Lee Yul's father who is shown to be a puppet King, ineffective due to being under the Vice Premier's control. His relationship with Yul is strained due to the manner in which he seized the throne and the consequences surrounding Yul's mother's death.
  • Kim Seon-ho as Jung Jae-yoon.[13] Formerly ranked 7a at the Capital, then Magistrate (6b) of the Songjoo village, then hidden advisor of the Crown Prince. Has a one-sided love for Hong Shim. He suffers from prosopagnosia or "face blindness", which causes him to initially be unable to recognize Won Deuk as the Crown Prince. The only face that he could recognize is Hong Shim's. He is smart and wise, and is one of the few people to earn Lee Yul's trust.
  • Han So-hee as Kim So-hye (Crown Princess),[15] Kim Cha-eon's daughter and Lee Yul's wife. Like Yul, she is also forced into the marriage and is constantly neglected by her husband. She secretly harbours feelings for Moo Yeon, one of her father's hired killers and gets herself impregnated by him, causing great distress for her and her father, as she never consummated her marriage with Yul.
    • Choi Myung-bin as young Kim So-hye[16]
  • Kim Jae-young as Moo-yeon / Yoon Seok-ha,[17] Yi-seo's elder brother and Kim Cha-eon's main hired killer. Despite knowing that Cha Eon killed his father, he continues to serve Cha Eon as he is constantly being threatened with the hunting down and killing of his lost sister, Yi-Seo. He is shown to be ruthless and amazingly skilled in the martial arts. He is also unafraid to wield his sword and kill anyone Cha Eon instructs him. Despite this, he longs to be free from this lifestyle and bargains with Cha Eon for his release, with one final assignment - to murder the Crown Prince. He is later shown to be heavily conflicted between running away with his sister to start a new life, and being with the Crown Princess with whom he is in love, and is pregnant with his child. He is also conflicted upon learning that the man he has been ordered to kill is now married to his sister.

Supporting[edit]

People in the Palace[edit]

  • Oh Yeon-ah as Queen Park (Lee Yul's step-mother), she is ambitious and longs for the Crown Prince title to be transferred to her son. It is shown that the King constantly neglects her. She also has a strained relationship with her stepson Lee Yul, and rejoices at the news of his death. She is a constant suspect in any murder attempt on Yul.
  • Ji Min-hyuk as Prince Seowon (Lee Yul's younger half brother, son of Queen Park)[19] Despite his mother's ambition for him, he is a very righteous young man, and does not want to inherit the Crown Prince title using dirty tactics. He is against corruption in the palace and any attempt to murder his half brother. He is shown to have feelings for his sister-in-law, the Crown Princess.
  • Choi Woong as Jung Sa-yeob,[20] Head of Censorat, elder half brother of Jung Jae-yoon. He despises Jae Yoon and is annoyed that Jae Yoon manages to climb up the rankings and even become the Crown Prince's right hand man all on his own abilities.
  • Heo Jung-min as Kim Soo-ji,[21] ranked 5a at Yejo, Kim Cha-eon's son, Kim So-hye's brother. He is clumsy and weak, and shown to not possess the intelligence and ambitions of his father.
  • Jo Hyun-sik as Eunuch Yang, in-charge of Lee Yul in the Palace. Cha Eon has him killed when he is able to recognise that the dead body in the Crown Prince's garment is not Lee Yul, but is rescued secretly. He returns to the palace and continues to serve Lee Yul.
  • Kang Young-seok as Gwon Hyeok (권혁), Palace Guards' officer (내금위 종사관),[22] friend of Jung Jae-yoon.
  • Son Kwang-eob as Jang Moon-seok, Kim Cha-eon's right-hand man, Minister of War[23]

People in Songjoo Village[edit]

  • Jung Hae-kyun as Yoon (Hong-sim's adoptive father)[24] He is the only one who knows the truth of Hong Sim's identity and rescues Lee Yul in the woods. To save Hong Sim, he keeps up the ruse that Lee Yul is actually Hong Sim's betrothed, Na Won Deuk, and even buries the clothes in which Yul was found to hide his true identity. Due to his guilt towards Yul, he always takes Yul's side in any of Yul's arguments with Hong Shim. He is a widower whose wife and child died.
  • Ahn Suk-hwan as Park Seon-do (powerful yangban, Kim Cha-eon's subject), he is also involved in corruption and has a vendetta against Hong Shim for rejecting his advances and marriage offer.
  • Jo Jae-ryong as Jo Boo-young, former Magistrate
  • Lee Joon-hyuk as Park Bok-eun (Magistrate's henchman. Promoted to Magistrate at E16). Despite the corruption by his superiors, he is shown to be righteous and has a good relationship with the villagers.
  • Lee Min-ji as Kkeut-nyeo,[25] Hong-shim's best friend and Gudol's wife due to the marriage decree. They confide in each other often and despite not knowing of Hong Shim's true identity of a noble woman, Kkeut Nyeo is the only person besides Hong Shim's father to know that she was adopted and has an older brother.
  • Kim Ki-doo as Gudol,[26] Kkeut-nyeo's husband. He also later develops a friendship with Won Deuk and is always there to teach him and gives him advices despite finding Won Deuk useless and annoying.
  • Lee Hye-eun as Yang Chun[27]
  • Jung Soo-kyo as Ma-chil, a loan shark[28]
  • Kang Min as Meokku, a child friend of Hong-shim and Won-deuk.

Others[edit]

  • Lee Seung-hoon as Sin Seung-jo, Right State Councilor
  • Park Seon-woo as Lee Don-young
  • Lee Seung-joon as Min Yeong-gi, Minister of Rites
  • Lee Chae-kyung as Court Lady Kang of Crown Princess' Palace.
  • Han Ji-eun as Ae Weol, a gisaeng friend of Jae-yoon. She has feelings for him despite knowing that he only has his heart on Hong Shim. Despite this, she still acts as his trusted confidante and readily assists him in various tasks despite putting her own life at risk. She is shown to be a good artist as her spot on sketch of Won Deuk after spending some time with him under the ruse to look for her missing fan, finally unravels the truth that Lee Yul is alive to Jae Yoon. She constantly visits Jae Yoon at Songjoo Village.
  • Lee Seon-hee as Mi-geum, tavern owner
  • Keum Chae-an as Song Seon
  • Kim Ji-sung as Makgae
  • Hong Yoon-jae as Hyuk, assassin #2, Moo-yeon's friend
  • Lim Seung-jun as Beom, assassin #3
  • Ha Min as Court Lady Jejo
  • Jo Jin-chul
  • Eon Rae-ok
  • Jo Yeon-woo
  • Kim Tae-yeong
  • Jung Uk
  • Park Chang-seon
  • Ji Sung-geun
  • Hong Bo-hyang
  • Yoon Yeo-heok

Special appearance[edit]

  • Jung Ho-bin as Yoon Yi-seo's father (Ep. 1)
  • Choi Ji-na as Lee Yul's mother (Ep. 1)
  • Do Ji-han as Dong-joo, Crown Prince's best friend and guardian (Ep. 1-2 & 15)[29]
  • Ahn Se-ha as Heo Man-shik, King's Royal Inspector (Ep. 5 & 7)
  • Jin Ji-hee as Jin Rin, young daughter of the Chinese Envoy (Ep. 13)

Production[edit]

Original soundtrack[edit]

100 Days My Prince OST
Soundtrack album by
Various artists
Recorded2018
GenreSoundtrack
Language
Label

Part 1[edit]

Released on September 11, 2018 (2018-09-11)
No.TitleLyricsMusicArtistLength
1."Erase It" (지워져)POPKID, Safira.K, Lee Ha-jinPOPKID, Safira.KGummy03:53
2."Erase It" (Inst.) POPKID, Safira.K 03:53
Total length:07:46

Part 2[edit]

Released on September 25, 2018 (2018-09-25)
No.TitleLyricsMusicArtistLength
1."This Love" (이 사랑을)Yoon Young-joonYoon Young-joonJinyoung (B1A4)04:20
2."This Love" (Inst.) Yoon Young-joon 04:20
Total length:08:40

Part 3[edit]

Released on October 16, 2018
No.TitleLyricsMusicArtistLength
1."Cherry Blossom Love Song" (벚꽃연가)
  • Mathi
  • Park Keun-cheol
  • Jung Soo-min
  • Park Keun-cheol
  • Jung Soo-min
Chen (EXO)04:10
2."Cherry Blossom Love Song" (Inst.) 
  • Park Keun-cheol
  • Jung Soo-min
 04:10
Total length:08:20

Part 4[edit]

Released on October 23, 2018
No.TitleLyricsMusicArtistLength
1."Believe"HanaTom and JerrySBGB03:51
2."Believe" (Inst.) Tom and Jerry 03:51
Total length:07:42

Part 5[edit]

Released on October 30, 2018
No.TitleLyricsMusicArtistLength
1."I Will Remember" (기억할테니까)Park Jong-jin, Jung Won-boPark Jong-jin, Jung Won-boNeighBro03:59
2."I Will Remember" (Inst.) Park Jong-jin, Jung Won-bo 03:59
Total length:07:58


Disc 2:
No.TitleArtistLength
1."100 days my Prince" (Opening Title)Kim Jun Seok, Jung Se Rin2:32
2."Crown Prince Yul"Kim Jun Seok, Jung Se Rin2:44
3."Loads to Carry"Kim Jun Seok2:46
4."Confusion"Kim Jun Seok1:43
5."Last Request"Kim Jun Seok3:49
6."A Great Determination"Kim Jun Seok2:34
7."Feeling"Kim Jun Seok2:20
8."The person that I cannot forget"Jung Se Rin2:26
9."Vanished World"Jung Se Rin3:37
10."Someone Strikes"Jung Se Rin3:11
11."I will marry you"Jung Se Rin3:51
12."Promise under cherry blossom"Jung Se Rin2:52
13."Finding you in me"Jung Se Rin3:36
14."Cannot have what i want"Jung Se Rin2:02
15."Overwhelmed by a longing"Jung Se Rin3:38
16."100 Days Memory"Jung Se Rin3:26
17."Songjo-hyun people"Lee Ruri2:29
18."Lost spinster"Lee Ruri2:08
19."The enemy of my family"Lee Ruri3:01
20."Piece of Memory"Lee Ruri3:28
21."Deepen mind that doesn't fade"Lee Ruri2:11
22."Won-Deuk's Comeback"Lee Ruri2:09
23."Flower Rain"Lee Yun Ji4:23
24."Depose a King"Lee Yun Ji2:53
25."Back"Lee Yun Ji3:08
26."Troublemaker Husband"Lee Yun Ji2:57
27."Amnesia"Lee Yun Ji1:39
28."Miserable Heart"Lee Yun Ji3:57
29."Secret"Lee Yun Ji1:32
30."Scheme"Lee Yun Ji2:34
31."Greedy Blade"Joo In Ro2:59
32."Kim Cha-Eon"BonChoon Koo4:35
33."Assasin"BonChoon Koo2:53
34."Clue to the Memory"BonChoon Koo3:14
35."Useless Man"Noh Yoo Rim2:09
36."Travel Incognito"Noh Yoo Rim2:31
37."Shallow Trick"Noh Yoo Rim2:04
38."Present Governer and Oldman Park"Noh Yoo Rim2:10
39."Deliberate Murder"Noh Yoo Rim2:31
40."Farewell Forever"Noh Yoo Rim2:42
41."Conspiracy"Kim Yun Ju2:11
42."A Strong Suspicion"Kim Yun Ju2:40
43."Honest Happiness"Kim Yun Ju3:27
44."Warm Memory"Yae Rin Soo3:34
45."The Night at the watermill"Yae Rin Soo1:59
46."This is the Order of a Crown Prince!"Yae Rin Soo2:43
47."Am I the only one who's feeling uncomfortable?"Kim Jeong Wan1:50
48."Troubleshooter Hongshim"Kim Jeong Wan2:12
49."Money eating fool"Park Hye Min1:54

Ratings[edit]

In this table, the blue numbers represent the lowest ratings and the red numbers represent the highest ratings.

Ep. Original broadcast date Average audience share
AGB Nielsen[36] TNmS
Nationwide Seoul
1 September 10, 2018 5.026% 5.527% 5.5%
2 September 11, 2018 6.199% 6.882% 5.7%
3 September 17, 2018 6.000% 6.229% 5.9%
4 September 18, 2018 7.274% 7.814% 7.5%
5 September 24, 2018 4.362% 4.799% 4.7%
6 September 25, 2018 6.923% 7.232% 7.2%
7 October 1, 2018 7.991% 8.785% 9.0%
8 October 2, 2018 9.223% 9.995% 8.3%
9 October 8, 2018 9.089% 9.790% 7.8%
10 October 9, 2018 10.263% 10.904% 9.5%
11 October 15, 2018 10.120% 10.790% 9.4%
12 October 16, 2018 11.170% 12.325% 11.0%
13 October 22, 2018 11.333% 12.502% 12.5%
14 October 23, 2018 12.670% 13.455% 12.0%
15 October 29, 2018 12.159% 13.033% 13.0%
16 October 30, 2018 14.412% 15.169% 15.1%
Special
Special September 4, 2018 1.1% 1.188% -
November 9, 2018 1.976% 2.233% -
Average 9.013% 9.596% %
  • This drama airs on a cable channel/pay TV which normally has a relatively smaller audience compared to free-to-air TV/public broadcasters (KBS, SBS, MBC and EBS).

[37]

International broadcast[edit]

  • In Malaysia, the series is broadcast on 8TV every Monday and Tuesday at 10:30pm to 11:30pm from September 18 - December 4, 2018.[38]
  • In Japan, the drama started airing on January 19, 2019 on KNTV.[39]
  • In Singapore, the series is broadcast on HUB VV Drama every Sunday at 9:45 PM-12:00 AM on 30 September, 2018 Onwards, Right After Telecast From Korea in Starhub Go.
  • In Indonesia, the series is broadcast on tvN Asia Premium Version From 11 September, 2018 at 8:45 PM (JKT) Onwards, Simulcast After 24 Hours From Korea.
  • In Myanmar , the series is broadcast on MRTV every Saturday and Sunday at 7:00pm to 8:30pm from 30 March 2019.
  • In Chile, the series is broadcast on ETC every Monday to Friday at 10:00pm (CLT) from July 15, 2019 under the title Mi Príncipe por 100 días in original Korean audio with Spanish subtitles. ETC is the only Chilean TV network that airs K-dramas.[40]
  • In the Philippines, the series will be airing on ABS-CBN's The First and True Home of Asianovelas programming block in 2019.

References[edit]

  1. ^ 100daysmyprince 완전무결 도경수, 왕세자에서 아쓰남 원득으로 전락?! 180910 EP.0. YouTube (in Korean). tvN Drama. Retrieved August 6, 2018.
  2. ^ "[단독] 도경수X남지현 '백일의 낭군님', tvN 월화극 '식샤3' 후속 편성". Osen (in Korean). July 4, 2018.
  3. ^ "tvN to air romantic drama 'Dear Husband of 100 days' in September". The Korea Times. August 9, 2018.
  4. ^ "EXO's D.O. tries first period drama, 'Dear Husband of 100 Days'". Yonhap News Agency. September 4, 2018.
  5. ^ "Romance follows a prince with amnesia". Korea JoongAng Daily. September 5, 2018.
  6. ^ ""100 Days My Prince" defeats "Signal", no.4 tvN's top ratings". JTBC. October 30, 2018.
  7. ^ "Nationwide Cable Ratings". Nielsen Korea. 1st (tvN). October 23, 2018.
  8. ^ "D.O. of K-pop boy band EXO cast for new tvN series". Yonhap News Agency. April 11, 2018.
  9. ^ "EXO's D.O. to take lead role in drama". Kpop Herald. February 7, 2018.
  10. ^ 정지훈, '백일의 낭군님'→'신과 함께2' 출연..'대세 아역'. Osen (in Korean). July 31, 2018.
  11. ^ "도경수·남지현, tvN '백일의 낭군님' 출연... "하반기 편성 예정" (공식)텐아시아". 10Asia (in Korean). March 21, 2018.
  12. ^ 허정은, '백일의 낭군님' 출연 "남지현 어린시절 연기한다"(공식). Newsen (in Korean). April 4, 2018.
  13. ^ a b [단독] 도경수·남지현·조성하·김선호, '백일의 낭군님' 확정..4월 촬영. Naver (in Korean). Osen. March 21, 2018.
  14. ^ "조한철, tvN '백일의 낭군님' 합류...도경수 아버지役텐아시아". TenAsia (in Korean). May 29, 2018.
  15. ^ [단독] '돈꽃' 한소희, '백일의 낭군님' 주연 합류...도경수와 호흡. Naver (in Korean). News1. March 6, 2018.
  16. ^ "아역배우 최명빈, tvN '백일의 낭군님' 출연 확정". MBN (in Korean). May 2, 2018.
  17. ^ "Kim Jae-young Joins "Dear Husband of 100 Days"". Hancinema. April 20, 2018.
  18. ^ "정준원, '백일의 낭군님' 출연 확정...어린 윤석하役텐아시아". TenAsia (in Korean). May 16, 2018.
  19. ^ "지민혁, tvN '백일의 낭군님' 전격 캐스팅...첫 사극 도전(공식)". Herald Corporation (in Korean). May 16, 2018.
  20. ^ "최웅, tvN 새 드라마 '백일의 낭군님' 출연 확정". TenAsia (in Korean). April 12, 2018.
  21. ^ "Heo Jung-min on Board for "100 Days My Prince"". Hancinema. TV Daily. July 5, 2018.
  22. ^ "Kang Young-suk, First dramatic challenge=".
  23. ^ "손광업, tvN '백일의 낭군님' 캐스팅 확정". JTN (in Korean). May 14, 2018.
  24. ^ 천의 얼굴 정해균, 새 드라마 '백일의 낭군님'에서 코믹 연기 펼쳐. Maeil Business Newspaper (in Korean). April 19, 2018.
  25. ^ 이민지, '백일의 낭군님' 합류... 남지현 절친 끝녀役. Chic News (in Korean). May 17, 2018.
  26. ^ [공식입장] '오해영'→'도깨비'→'백일의 낭군님'..김기두, 도경수와 호흡. Korea Daily (in Korean). June 27, 2018. Archived from the original on 2018-06-27. Retrieved 2018-06-27.
  27. ^ "[공식] 이혜은, tvN '백일의 낭군님' 캐스팅...5년 만에 사극 출연". The Chosun Ilbo (in Korean). April 30, 2018.
  28. ^ 정수교, '백일의 낭군님' 출연 확정..도경수-남지현과 호흡(공식). Herald Corporation (in Korean). August 3, 2018.
  29. ^ [단독] 도지한, '백일의낭군님' 합류...엑소 도경수와 브로맨스. Sports Chosun (in Korean). June 15, 2018.
  30. ^ "도경수X남지현 로맨스 사극 '백일의 낭군님', 9월 10일 첫방 확정". Herald Corporation (in Korean). July 27, 2018.
  31. ^ "[공식] '돈꽃' 한소희, '백일의 낭군님' 출연확정...도경수와 호흡". The Chosun Ilbo. March 13, 2018.
  32. ^ "[Oh!쎈 톡] 도경수x남지현, '백일의 낭군님' 본격 돌입.."첫 촬영 완료"". Osen (in Korean). April 10, 2018.
  33. ^ "'백일의 낭군님' 남지현 "마지막 촬영 끝났다..스태프들 고마워"[★SHOT!]" (in Korean). Retrieved 2018-09-03.
  34. ^ "Yoon Tae-young charged for drunk driving". Korea JoongAng Daily. May 22, 2018.
  35. ^ "백일의 낭군님 촬영현장". 네이버 블로그 | dobotkorea.com - 한국유통총판 / 퍼스트케이 (in Korean). Retrieved June 7, 2018.
  36. ^ "AGB Daily Ratings: this links to current day-select the date from drop down menu". AGB Nielsen Media Research (in Korean). Retrieved January 22, 2018.
  37. ^ "ド・ギョンス(EXO D.O.)初主演時代劇 『100日の郎君様』(原題) KNTVで2019年1月19日(土)日本初放送決定!". Korepo. November 15, 2018. Archived from the original on 2018-11-15. Retrieved 2018-11-15.
  38. ^ "Media prima programme schedule".
  39. ^ "100日の郎君様(原題)|番組詳細|韓流No.1 チャンネル-KNTV". knda.tv. Retrieved 2018-12-27.
  40. ^ "PROMO MI PRÍNCIPE POR 100 DÍAS". facebook.com. Retrieved 2019-07-25.

External links[edit]