Yellow Boots

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Yellow Boots
Yellow Boots Poster.jpg
Promotional poster for Yellow Boots
Also known as Ice Adonis
Genre Melodrama
Written by Yeo Jung-mi
Directed by Choi Eun-kyung
Starring Lee Yoo-ri
Hyun Woo-sung
Yoon A-jung
Jung Chan
Country of origin South Korea
Original language(s) Korean
No. of episodes 108
Executive producer(s) Baek Ho-min
Location(s) Korea
Running time Mondays to Thursdays at 09:45 (KST)
Production company(s) MBC C&I
Distributor CJ E&M
Original channel tvN
Original release 27 February 2012 (2012-02-27) – 30 August 2012 (2012-08-30)
Followed by Glass Mask
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Yellow Boots (Hangul: 노란 복수초; RR: Noran Boksucho; also known as Ice Adonis) is a 2012 South Korean television drama series starring Lee Yoo-ri, Hyun Woo-sung, Yoon A-jung and Jung Chan. It aired on tvN from February 27 to August 30, 2012 on Mondays to Thursdays at 9:45 a.m. for 108 episodes.


Become sisters after Yeon Hwa's mother engaged with Yoo Ra's father, but there is an invisible distance between both of them, especially Yeon Hwa's lover is Yoon Jae, who Yoo Ra crushes on. Until one day, Yoo Ra's car accidentally crashes into Yeon Hee, Yoon Jae's beloved sister, causing her to die. Yoo Ra then, comes up with a plan to blame Yeon Hwa for the accident and make her to go to jail. She gets even more shocked when Yoon Jae and Yoo Ra get married, especially when she became pregnant with Yoon Jae. She then makes a plan to take revenge.


Main cast
Supporting cast
  • Min Ji-hyun as Seol Soo-ae, Yeon-hwa's sister
  • Kim Young-ran as Han Kyung-sook, Yeon-hwa's mother
  • Yoo Hye-ri as Jang Min-ja
  • Shim Eun-jin as Ha Yoon-hee
  • Kang Suk-jung as Kim Tae-il
  • Choi Sang-hoon as Choi In-seok, Yoo-ra's father
  • Jung Hye-sun as Jo Myung-ru, In-seok's mother
  • Jeong Kyeong-ho as Park Chang-doo
  • Jo Kyung-hwan as Ha Myung-gook
  • Ha Jae-sook as Kim Young-soon
  • Hong Yeo-jin as Julia/Joo Hye-ran
  • Ham Jin-sung as Tae-il's subordinate
  • Yoo Pil-ran as hairstyling instructor


Yellow Boots topped the ratings chart amongst other cable programs for 18 consecutive weeks, which resulted in its original run of 100 episodes being extended by eight more episodes.[1] Distribution rights were later sold to Japan, Taiwan, Singapore and Indonesia.[2]


  1. ^ Lee, Tae-ho (31 July 2012). "tvN's daily series Yellow Boots sells to 4 countries". 10Asia. Retrieved 2013-07-28. 
  2. ^ Kwon, Mee-yoo; Lee, Rachel (21 August 2012). "K-drama leads hallyu". The Korea Times. Retrieved 2013-07-28. 

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