Sunlight Pours Down

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Sunlight Pours Down
Sunlight Pours Down-poster.jpg
Promotional poster
Also known as Sunshine of Love
Shining Days
Rays of Sunshine
Genre Romance
Written by Jung Jung-hwa
Directed by Kim Jong-hyuk
Starring Song Hye-kyo
Jo Hyun-jae
Ryoo Seung-bum
Country of origin South Korea
Original language(s) Korean
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 16
Producer(s) Gu Bon-geun
Location(s) Seoul
Running time 60 minutes
Wednesdays and Thursdays at 21:55 (KST)
Original network Seoul Broadcasting System
Original release February 11 – April 1, 2004
Preceded by Stairway to Heaven
Followed by Miss Kim's Million Dollar Quest
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Sunlight Pours Down (Hangul햇빛 쏟아지다; RRHaetbit Ssodajida) is a 2004 South Korean television series starring Song Hye-kyo,[1] Jo Hyun-jae,[2] and Ryoo Seung-bum. It aired on SBS from February 11 to April 1, 2004 on Wednesdays and Thursdays at 21:55 for 16 episodes. It received an average viewership rating of 11.9%, and a peak rating of 14.4%.


Yeon-woo grew up happy in a loving family. After her father dies of mysterious causes, her mother remarries a man 10 years younger. Misfortunes never come singly. Her mother dies of Wilson's disease and her stepfather runs away with all their money. Min-ho, an old friend of hers, is always there to comfort her. Min-ho decides to be a policeman to catch the murderer who killed Yeon-woo's father. Eun-sup comes back to Korea with the sole purpose of stopping his lover Soo-ah from getting married, but Soo-ah gives him a flat-out rejection. To make matters worse, his father sends people over to his hotel to catch him. He runs away from the hotel and accidentally falls into the subway tracks and gets knocked unconscious. Yeon-woo leaps from the platform and saves his life. Eun-sup asks her if he could stay at her place temporarily since he has no place to go. So Yeon-woo, Min-ho and Eun-sup all started living together in a same house...


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International broadcast[edit]

  • It aired in Vietnam from December 22, 2004 on VTV3 under the title Ánh sáng tình yêu.


  1. ^ "A Giant Leap for Song Hye-kyo?". The Chosun Ilbo. 22 December 2005. Retrieved 2013-03-30. 
  2. ^ Hong, Lucia (16 June 2010). "Jo Hyun-jae to be discharged from military on June 19". 10Asia. Retrieved 2013-03-30. 

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