Telecinema

This is a telecinema that is produced simultaneously for television and cinema. Each act is 120 minutes long and two episodes each. The drama versions will air in Korea whereas the film versions will air in Japan.

  • Title: 텔레시네마 / Telecinema
  • Episodes: 14
  • Broadcast network: SBS
  • Broadcast period: 2010-TBA
  • Air time: TBA

Episode 1

 

Heaven’s Postman
  • Title: 천국의 우편 배달부 / Heaven’s Postman
  • Also known as: Heaven’s Mail Deliverer / Postman to Heaven
  • Genre: Romance, melodrama
  • Release date: 2009-Nov-11
  • Broadcast period:
Summary

A messenger that has the ability to travel between the present and the afterworld. Shin Jae Joon was involved in an accident that put him in a coma. Now, his spirit has the ability to travel back and forth to the afterworld and the real world. He meets Jo Ha Na as she is trying to send her boyfriend a letter. Ha Na, however, is the only person who can see Jae Joon.

Cast
  • Hero JaeJoong as Shin Jae Joon / Yuu
  • Han Hyo Joo as Jo Ha Na / Saki
  • Shin Goo as Choi Geun Bae
  • Kim Chang Wan as Lee Moon Gyo
  • Lee Doo Il as Goo Dae Bong

Episode 2

 

A Dream Comes True
  • Title: 돌맹이의 꿈 / A Dream Comes True
  • Also known as: A Stone’s Dream
  • Genre: Drama
  • Release date: 2009-Dec-10
  • Broadcast period:
Summary 

Im Sang Hyun is a street fortune-teller who meets the son of the man who died in front of him.

Cast
  • Cha In Pyo as Im Sang Hyun
  • Kim Hyo Jin as Lee Ha Na
  • Chae Gun (채건) as Jae Young

Episode 3

 

Triangle Love
  • Title: 트라이앵글 / Triangle Love
  • Also known as: Triangle Bell
  • Genre: Romance
  • Release date: 2009-Nov-19
  • Broadcast period:
Summary

Sang Woo (Ahn Jae Wook), a charming con artist, approaches a wealthy and attractive widow in order to secure a 2 billion-won artwork in her possession. But a strange woman, Seong Hae (Kang Hye Jung), keeps getting in his way and blackmails him to let her in on the con project.

Cast
  • Ahn Jae Wook as Ryu Sang Woo
  • Kang Hye Jung as Oh Sung Hye
  • Lee Soo Kyung as Han Ji Young
  • Kang Shin Il as Vice president’s Son
  • Lee Dae Yeon as Team leader Kim
  • Lee Sung Min as President Lee Byung Joon
  • Cha Tae Hyun cameo

Episode 4

 

After the Banquet
  • Title: 결혼식후에 / After the Banquet
  • Also known as: After The Wedding Ceremony
  • Genre: Romance
  • Release date: 2009-Dec-03
  • Broadcast period:
Summary

After never having seen each other for years, a group of college alumni in their 30’s gather at one of their friend’s second wedding. The core members composed of mainly men had one woman who they were anticipating to see at the wedding. However, they were surprised to find the woman’s daughter come to the wedding, creating a tense atmosphere of curiosity. They soon realize that the daughter came on behalf of her dead mother and was in fact looking for her dad who was actually at the reception.

Cast

  • Shin Sung Woo as Ji Hong
  • Ye Ji Won as Yoo Ri
  • Bae Soo Bin as Sung Ho
  • Go Ah Sung as Mi Rae
  • Yoon Hee Suk as Park Kyung Ho
  • Kim Bo Kyung as Han Sung Joo
  • Seo Yoo Jung as Choi Min Hee
  • Lee Hae Young as Choi Hyung Woo

Episode 5

 

Love is Blind
  • Title: 내 눈에 콩깍지 / The Relation of Face, Mind and Love
  • Also known as: Love is Blind
  • Previously known as: 내 사랑 못난이 / 얼굴과 마음과 사랑의 관계 / The Fool That I Love / My Love, Ugly Duckling
  • Genre: Romance, comedy
  • Release date: 2009-Nov-05
  • Broadcast period:
Summary

Kang Tae Pung is a good-looking, capable, and charming guy who falls for an unattractive woman Wang So Jung while experiencing a visual impairment that makes him see unattractive people as attractive. So Jung is unperceptive, immature and bizarre. Her one unique skill is the ability to mimic animal expressions; she is friendlier with animals than with people.

Cast
  • Lee Ji Ah as Wang So Jung
  • Kang Ji Hwan as Kang Tae Pung
  • Hwang Jung Eum as Eun Bin
  • Jun Soo Kyung as chief editor

Episode 6

 

Paradise
  • Title: 낙원 / Paradise
  • Genre: Melodrama
  • Release date: 2009-Nov-26
  • Broadcast period:
Summary 

Mi Kyung (Kim Ha Neul), following her release from prison, aimlessly wanders south and stumbles upon paradise on Hana Island. There she starts her life anew and meets a kind man, Il Ho (Ji Jin Hee). Il Ho warms to her, despite knowing her past, and Mi Kyung slowly learns to open her heart and heal her pain.

Cast

  • Kim Ha Neul as Mi Kyung
  • Ji Jin Hee as Il Ho
  • Kim Yoo Jung as Hwa Ran
  • Jun Soo Kyung as Ah Ram
  • Jung Mi Sung (정민성) as Jae Kwang
  • Kim Ki Bang as Sa Hwan

Episode 7

 

19-Nineteen
  • Title: 19-Nineteen
  • Previously known as: 나의 19세
  • Also known as: I’m 19 / My 19 Years / 19 Years Old
  • Genre: Suspense, murder
  • Release date: 2009-Nov-12
  • Broadcast period:
Summary

Three nineteen-year-olds, Cha Eun Young, Seo Jung Hoon and Park Min Seo, are on the run after being accused of murder.

Cast
  • Heo Yi Jae as Cha Eun Young
  • T.O.P as Seo Jung Hoon
  • Seung Ri as Park Min Seo
  • Kim Young Ho as Kim Ha Neul
  • Lee Young Bum as Ryoo Sun Jae
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