Happy Together (1999 TV series)

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Happy Together
Promotional Poster of Happy Together (1999)
Genre Drama
Family
Romance
Written by Bae Yoo-mi
Directed by Oh Jong-rok
Starring Lee Byung-hun
Song Seung-heon
Kim Ha-neul
Jo Min-su
Jun Ji-hyun
Country of origin South Korea
Original language(s) Korean
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 16
Production
Running time approximately 60 minutes
Wednesdays and Thursdays at 21:55 (KST)
Release
Original network Seoul Broadcasting System
Audio format Stereo
Original release June 16 (1999-06-16) – August 5, 1999 (1999-08-05)
Chronology
Preceded by Tomato
Followed by Queen

Happy Together (Hangul해피 투게더; RRHaepi Tugedeo) is a 1999 South Korean television series starring Lee Byung-hun, Song Seung-heon, Kim Ha-neul, Jo Min-su, and Jun Ji-hyun[1] It aired on SBS from June 16 to August 5, 1999 on Wednesdays and Thursdays at 21:55 for 16 episodes. Starring young actors who would go on to become Korean TV and film stars,[2] the hit drama revolves around five children who were separated at the death of their parents, and the love, conflicts, and reconciliation that these siblings go through when they meet again as adults.

Plot[edit]

After the tragic death of their parents, the lives of five siblings are irrevocably changed when they are separated. Now grown up, Seo Tae-poong (Lee Byung-hun) is a professional baseball player. Longing to bring his family back together, the kind-hearted Tae-poong has been searching his whole life for his brother and three sisters.

Tae-poong's older sister Seo Chan-joo (Jo Min-su) has been supporting her younger siblings Moon-joo (Kang Sung-yeon), and Ji-suk (Song Seung-heon), who is newly engaged to his girlfriend Jin Soo-ha (Kim Ha-neul). When Tae-poong finds Chan-joo, Ji-suk and Moon-joo, his estranged siblings want nothing to do with him. Reeling from their coldness, Tae-poong must also deal with an eight-year-old boy who claims to be his son. Not knowing what to do, Tae-poong turns to Chan-joo for help. Meanwhile youngest sister of the family Seo Yoon-joo (Jun Ji-hyun ) has found her big brother Tae-poong after detachment of 10 years but his brother couldn't recognise her. So not revealing her actual identity heartbroken Seo Yoon-joo starts helping her brother. A thug, Ha Shin-yeob ( Cha Tae-hyun ) starts showing his affectionate love towards Yoon-joo by making frequent visit at her workplace.

Cast[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ cove, Crystal (17 November 2013). "Jun Ji Hyun Returns to Drama Filming After 14 Years for "My Lover from the Stars"". Soompi. Retrieved 2015-06-17. 
  2. ^ Mudge, James (18 August 2008). "Lee Byung Hun - Man of the World". YesAsia. Retrieved 2013-05-25. 

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