Different Dreams

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Different Dreams
Different Dreams.jpg
Promotional poster
Hangul이몽
Genre
Developed byKim Seung-mo
Written byJo Kyu-won
Directed byYoon Sang-ho
Starring
Country of originSouth Korea
Original language(s)Korean
No. of episodes40
Production
Producer(s)Go Dae-hwa
Running time35 minutes
Production company(s)Imong Studio Culture Company
DistributorMBC
Release
Original networkMBC TV
Picture format1080i (HDTV)
Audio formatDolby Digital
Original releaseMay 4, 2019 (2019-05-04) –
present (present)
External links
Website

Different Dreams (Korean이몽; RRYimong) is a South Korean television series starring Lee Yo-won, Yoo Ji-tae, Lim Ju-hwan and Nam Gyu-ri. It airs four episodes every Saturday on MBC TV from 20:45 to 23:10 (KST), starting from May 4, 2019.[1][2][3]

The series celebrates the 100th anniversary of the March 1st Movement which led to the formation of the Provisional Government of the Republic of Korea in 1919.[4][5]

Synopsis[edit]

The story takes place in Kyungsung (South Korea) and Shanghai (China) during the Japanese colonial rule of Korea. Lee Young-jin is a Korean surgeon who was raised by a Japanese family. She becomes a spy for the Korean government.[6]

Cast[edit]

Main[edit]

Supporting[edit]

People around Lee Young-jin[edit]

Heroic Corps[edit]

  • Jo Bok-rae as Kim Nam-ok
  • Baek Seung-hwan as Majar
  • Park Ha-na as Cha Jeong-im[12]
  • Lee Kyu-ho as Yoon Se-ju
  • Heo Ji-won as Park Hyeok
  • Kim Joo-young as Kim Seung-jin

Joseon Governor Office[edit]

  • Jeon Jin-ki as Oda
  • Seol Jung-hwan as Maru
  • Ahn Shin-woo as Kenta
  • Yu Sang-jae as Roku

Jongno Police Station[edit]

  • Heo Sung-tae as Matsuura[11]
  • Kang Pil-sun as Daiki
  • Lee Kyo-yeob as Matsuda
  • Yoon Joon-sung as Kimura
  • Park Seon-woong as Taro

Joseon Governor Office Hospital[edit]

Cheongbang[edit]

  • Kim Beob-rae as Do Wol-seong
  • Jung Sung-il as Jin-soo
  • Lee Sun-jin as Lee So-min

Others[edit]

  • Sora Jung as Yu Madam
  • Yoo Ha-bok as Kim Gu
  • Kim Do-hyun as Murai
  • Kim Sook-in as Macey
  • Lee Han-wi as Song Byung-soo

Production[edit]

  • Lee Young-ae was supposed to portray Lee Young-jin but she withdrew from the television series due to schedule conflicts.[14]
  • The series is entirely pre-produced. Filming began in October 2018[15] and wrapped up on April 28, 2019.[16]
  • The drama also serves as a reunion project for both Lee Yo-won and Nam Gyu-ri who both starred in the 2011 hit drama 49 Days.[17]

Original soundtrack[edit]

Different Dreams OST
Soundtrack album by
Various artists
Released2019
GenreSoundtrack
Language
LabelDanal Entertainment

Part 1[edit]

Released on May 4, 2019 (2019-05-04)
No.TitleArtistLength
1."Same But Different Dreams" (같지만 다른 꿈)OLIVER4:31
2."Same But Different Dreams" (Inst.) 4:31
Total length:9:02

Ratings[edit]

  • In the table below, the blue numbers represent the lowest ratings and the red numbers represent the highest ratings.
  • NR denotes that the drama did not rank in the top 20 daily programs on that date.
  • N/A denotes that the rating is not known.
Ep. Original broadcast date Average audience share
AGB Nielsen[18] TNmS
Nationwide Seoul Nationwide
1 May 4, 2019 5.0% (NR) N/A 6.8%
2 7.1% (8th) 7.0% (9th) 8.2%
3 5.9% (14th) 5.7% (15th) 6.3%
4 6.5% (10th) 6.3% (12th)
5 May 11, 2019 5.5% (NR) 6.2% (15th) N/A
6 6.4% (11th) 6.5% (14th) 6.6%
7 5.7% (NR) 5.5% (NR) 6.0%
8 6.1% (16th) 6.2% (15th) N/A
9 May 18, 2019 4.7% (NR) N/A
10 5.8% (20th) 5.9% (16th) 6.5%
11 5.1% (NR) N/A N/A
12 5.2% (NR) 5.3% (20th)
13 May 25, 2019[a] 4.9% (NR) N/A
14 5.8% (16th) 5.3% (16th) 5.8%
15 June 1, 2019
16
17
18
19 June 8, 2019
20
21
22
23 June 15, 2019
24
25
26
27 June 22, 2019
28
29
30
31 June 29, 2019
32
33
34
35 July 6, 2019
36
37
38
39 July 13, 2019
40
Average % % %

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Only two episodes were aired due to the broadcast of the 2019 FIFA U-20 World Cup Group F match between South Korea and Portugal.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "MBC's 'Different Dreams' is set to air in May". Korea JoongAng Daily. August 31, 2018. Retrieved March 29, 2019.
  2. ^ Lee, Yoon-jin (March 6, 2019). "MBC '이몽', 독립 투사들의 이야기가 시작된다!". News A (in Korean). Retrieved March 31, 2019.
  3. ^ "Spy thriller tells story of independence fighters". The Korea Time. May 7, 2019.
  4. ^ Lee, Hyun-dong (December 26, 2018). 임시정부 수립 100주년 드라마 '이몽' 촬영. Gimhae News (in Korean). Retrieved March 29, 2019.
  5. ^ "Drama portrays life of freedom fighter". The Korea Time. April 10, 2019.
  6. ^ "기획의도 | 이몽". www.imbc.com. Retrieved 2019-06-14.
  7. ^ Jang, Ah-reum (August 14, 2018). [공식입장] 이요원 측 "'이몽' 여주인공 출연 긍정 논의 중". News1 (in Korean). Naver. Retrieved March 29, 2019.
  8. ^ Kim, Jin-seok (July 30, 2018). [단독]유지태, 드라마 '이몽'서 김원봉役 "이영애와 재회". JoongAng Ilbo (in Korean). Retrieved March 29, 2019.
  9. ^ Moon, Ji-yeon (September 28, 2018). "[공식] 임주환, 이요원X유지태 '이몽' 출연 확정..日검사 후쿠다 역". Sports Chosun (in Korean). Naver. Retrieved March 29, 2019.
  10. ^ Jang, Jin-ri (December 27, 2018). 남규리, '이몽' 합류 확정...매혹적 경성구락부 가수 된다 [공식입장]. OSEN (in Korean). Naver. Retrieved March 29, 2019.
  11. ^ a b Kim, Ji-won (October 19, 2018). "이해영X허성태, 임정 수립 100주년 기념 드라마 '이몽' 출연". Tenasia Hankyung (in Korean). Retrieved March 29, 2019.
  12. ^ Choi, Seung-seop (October 22, 2018). "[단독]박하나, MBC '이몽' 합류…유지태 조력자 된다". Sports Seoul (in Korean). Naver. Retrieved March 29, 2019.
  13. ^ Shin, Na-ra (February 1, 2019). "SS501 김규종, MBC 대작 '이몽' 합류…이요원·유지태 호흡 [공식]". TV Report (in Korean). Retrieved March 29, 2019.
  14. ^ Moon, Ji-yeon (August 8, 2018). "[단독] 이영애X유지태 '이몽' 방송사 찾았다..내년 5월 MBC行". News Chosun (in Korean). Retrieved March 29, 2019.
  15. ^ Yoo, Chung-hee (March 27, 2019). '이몽' 제작진 "최종화까지 전 대본 탈고 완료"…이유 있는 '자신감'. Hankyung (in Korean). Retrieved March 29, 2019.
  16. ^ Park, Han-byeol (April 30, 2019). ""100% 사전 제작" '이몽', 6개월 간의 촬영 마무리 "5월 4일 첫 방송"". iMBC (in Korean). Naver. Retrieved April 30, 2019.
  17. ^ ""49 Days" Nam Gyu-Ri, Proof of Survival Picture – Spoiler?". Soompi.
  18. ^ "AGB Daily Ratings: this links to current day-select the date from drop down menu". AGB Nielsen Media Research (in Korean). Retrieved January 16, 2018.

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