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[2006] Seoul 1945 - Ryu Soo-young, Han Eun-jung, Kim Ho-jin, So Yoo-jin - Baeksang Art Awards 2006 Best Drama

Seoul 1945
Tập tin:Seoul 1945-poster.jpg
Poster quảng cáo
Thể loại Chiến tranh
Dài tập
Tình cảm
Kịch bản Jung Sung-hee 
Lee Han-ho
Đạo diễn Yoon Chang-beom 
Yoo Hyun-ki 
Lee Jung-seob
Diễn viên Ryu Soo-young
Han Eun-jung
So Yoo-jin
Kim Ho-jin
Park Sang-myun
Quốc gia Hàn Quốc
Ngôn ngữ Tiếng Hàn
Số tập 71
Sản xuất
Giám đốc sản xuất Lee Sung-joo
Nhà sản xuất Jung Young-chul
Thời lượng

60 phút

Thứ Bảy và Chủ Nhật lúc 21:30 (KST)
Trình chiếu
Kênh trình chiếu KBS1
Phát sóng 7 tháng 1, 2006 – 10 tháng 9, 2006
Seoul 1945 (Hangul서울 1945) là một bộ phim dài tập năm 2006 với sự tham gia của Ryu Soo-young, Han Eun-jung, So Yoo-jin, Kim Ho-jin, và Park Sang-myun. Bộ phim được phát sóng trên kênh KBS1 từ tháng 7 đến tháng 10 năm 2006 vào thứ Bảy và Chủ Nhật lúc 21:30 gồm 71 tập.

Lấy bối cảnh năm 1945 ngay sau khi Hàn Quốc được giải phóng khỏi chế độ thực dân Nhật Bản, khi đó quốc gia này bị chìm ngập bởi các sự đấu tranh của các ý thức hệ. Kịch bản xoay quanh sự cạnh tranh giữa Suk-kyoung (So), một nghệ sĩ piano nổi tiếng và con gái của một chính trị gia giàu có thân Nhật, và Hae- kyung (Han), một người có xuất thân từ người hầu; cả hai người phụ nữ đều yêu Woon hyuk (Ryu), có tham vọng trở thành một luật sư nhưng bị cản trở vì chính tư tưởng chính trị của anh ta.

Seoul 1945 diễn ra trong những thời kỳ hỗn loạn ở Hàn Quốc, kéo dài từ lúc bị quân đội Nhật chiếm đóng đến khi phân chia hai miền Bắc và Nam. Câu chuyện xoay quanh cuộc sống của bốn người trẻ lớn lên cùng nhau. Choi Woon-hyuk (Ryu Soo-young) là một đứa trẻ sinh ra trong một gia đình của những người thợ mỏ nghèo; Kim Hae-kyung (Han Eun-jung) là con gái của những người nông dân làm thuê; Lee Dong-woo (Kim Ho-jin) là người thừa kế một gia đình giàu có và quyền lực; và Moon Suk-kyung (So Yoo-jin) là con duy nhất của một chính trị gia quyền lực thân Nhật. Trong sự kết hợp của các lựa chọn cá nhân và hoàn cảnh nằm ngoài sự kiểm soát của bản thân họ, mỗi cá nhân đều lựa chọn vào những con đường khác nhau phản ánh bản chất hỗn loạn của thời đại cũng như tính cách thật sự của họ. Khi con đường của họ gặp nhau, tình yêu, tình bạn, lòng trung thành, báo thù, lương tâm đạo đức, và hệ tư tưởng trở thành những động lực cũng như cản trở trong cuộc sống của họ.

Diễn viên

Diễn viên chính

  • Ryu Soo-trẻ vai Choi Woon-hyuk
    • Kim Seok vai Woon-hyuk lúc nhỏ
  • Han Eun-jung vai Kim Ke-hee / Kim Hae-kyung
    • Ko Joo-yeon vai Hae-kyung lúc nhỏ
  • So Yoo-jin vai Moon Suk-kyung / Yukei
    • Park Eun-bin vai Suk-kyung lúc nhỏ
  • Kim Ho-jin vai Lee Dong-woo
    • Kim Soo-min vai Dong-woo lúc nhỏ
  • Park Sang-myun vai Park Chang-joo
    • Go Kyu-pil vai Chang-joo lúc nhỏ

Diễn viên phụ

  • Jang Hang-sun vai Kim Pan-chul, cha của Ke-hee
  • Go Doo-shim vai Jung Hyang-geum, mẹ của Ke-hee
  • Jo An vai Kim Ma-ri / Kim Yeon-kyung, em gái của Ke-hee
  • Jung Han-yong vai Choi Eun-kwan, cha của Woon-hyuk
  • Lee Deok-hee vai Jo Soon-yi, mẹ của Woon-hyuk
  • Park Shin-hye vai Choi Geum-hee, chị của Woon-hyuk
  • Yoon Hye-kyung vai Choi Eun-hee, em gái của Woon-hyuk
  • Jin Ji-hee vai young Eun-hee
  • Kim Yeong-cheol vai Baron Moon Jung-kwan, cha của Suk-kyung
  • Lee Bo-hee vai Ame Kaori, người yêu của Baron Moon
  • Hong Yo-seob vai Moon Dong-ki, chú của Suk-kyung
  • Kim Kyung-sook vai Yoon Jung-ja
  • Choi Jong-won vai Lee In-pyung, cha của Dong-woo
  • Kim Se-ah vai Jo Young-eun, vợ của Dong-woo
  • Son Jong-beom vai Park Sung-joo
  • Lee Byung-wook vai Oh Chul-hyung
  • Lee Gun vai Kim Ki-soo
  • Han Min vai Choi Song-hee
  • Kwon Sung-deok vai Syngman Rhee
  • Yoon Seung-won vai Jung Bong-doo
  • Lee Mi-young vai Ji Kye-ok
  • Shin Hyun-tak vai Jung Dol-yi
  • Kim Dong-hyun vai Chang Taek-sang
  • Kim Hyo-won vai Park Heon-young
  • Shin Goo vai Lyuh Woon-hyung
  • Park Chul-ho vai Thủ tướng
  • Song Yong-tae vai phó Thủ tướng
  • Park Yong-jin vai Quan chức Triều Tiên
  • Hyun Won vai Quan chức Triều Tiên
  • Jang Dong-jik vai Lính Hàn Quốc

Giải thưởng và đề cử

Năm Giải thưởng Hạng mục Nhận giải Kết quả
2006
Giải thưởng phim truyền hình đài KBS
Diễn viên nam xuất sắc nhất Ryu Soo-young Đoạt giải
Shin Goo Đoạt giải
Diễn viên nữ xuất sắc nhất Han Eun-jung Đoạt giải
Diễn viên phụ xuất sắc nhất Park Sang-myun Đoạt giải
Diễn viên trẻ xuất sắc nhất Kim Seok Đoạt giải
Diễn viên trẻ xuất sắc nhất Ko Joo-yeon Đề cử
2007
Giải thưởng Nghệ thuật Beaksang lần thứ 43
Phim hay nhất Seoul 1945 Đoạt giải
Diễn viên nam xuất sắc nhất (TV) Ryu Soo-young Đề cử
Đạo diễn xuất sắc nhất (TV) Yoon Chang-beom Đề cử
Kịch bản hay nhất (TV) Lee Han-ho, Jung Sung-hee Đề cử

Tranh cãi

Tại một cuộc họp báo tổ chức vào tháng 6 năm 2006, 254 thành viên thuộc nhóm bảo thủ cánh hữu đã buộc tội đài truyền hình KBS bóp méo lịch sử. Họ phàn nàn rằng Seoul1945 có thiên hướng cánh tả, với vai diễn Syngman Rhee như là "một kẻ thân Nhật có ham muốn quyền lực khiến ông ta từ chối một Triều Tiên thống nhất, trong khi các nhân vật bên tả thường được miêu tả là quan tâm và quan tâm đến tương lai của quốc gia ", và rằng bộ phim này buộc tội Rhee và những người khác dính líu đến vụ ám sát nhà lãnh đạo cánh tả Lyuh Woon-hyung. Họ yêu cầu dừng phát sóng và đe doạ một chiến dịch tẩy chay kênh truyền hình.[2]

Tháng 7 năm 2006, Rhee In-soo, con nuôi của Tổng thống đầu tiên của Hàn Quốc là Syngman Rhee, và Jang Byung-hye, con gái của cựu thủ tướng Jang Taek-sang, đã đệ đơn kiện nhà sản xuất Seoul 1945, tuyên bố rằng bộ phim bóp méo lịch sử và bôi nhọ những thành tựu của những người cha quá cố của họ.[3]

Tháng 5 năm 2007, Tòa án Trung tâm Seoul đã bác bỏ đơn kiện, cho rằng bộ phim dựa trên hư cấu hơn là sự kiện lịch sử, KBS không chịu trách nhiệm bôi nhọ nhân vật. Trong phán quyết của tòa án, tòa án cho hay, "Một kịch bản như vậy là một phần của sự biểu hiện nghệ thuật, cần được tôn trọng trong việc sản xuất phim dài tập dựa trên tiểu thuyết chứ không phải là sự thật." Tòa án cũng cho biết vì có các tài liệu lịch sử ủng hộ ý tưởng cho rằng cựu Tổng thống Rhee là người ủng hộ Nhật Bản và người Mỹ gốc Phi, bộ phim đã không làm sai lệch thực tế

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Seoul 1945 đã khắc họa lại cuộc sống của những con người trẻ tuổi, những thanh niên đang đầy sức sống trong thời kì Nhật chiếm đóng và nội chiến hai miền Triều Tiên đang diễn ra. Phim đã cố gắng xây dựng lại những hỗn loạn thời bấy giờ. Phim bao gồm hai phần:

Phần 1: Từ tập 1 đến 35: Một vụ tai nạn xảy ra tại nhà máy của Moon Ja Jak, nhưng thay vì giải quyết chuyện này, ông ta lại đóng cửa nhà máy và đi tổ chức tiệc mừng cho con gái, bỏ mặc những người thân của các lao động bị thương đứng trước cửa nhà máy và không hiểu chuyện gì đang xảy ra. Woon Hyuk và các lao động khác phá hoại bữa tiệc, Woon Hyuk đã đâm chết Moon Dong Ki, anh bị bắt. Tuy có nhiều người bị thương, song Moon Ja Jak lại chả hề mảy may quan tâm đến họ

Phần 2: Từ tập 36 đến 71: Dong woo thú nhận với Hae Kyung anh yêu cô, tuy nhiên, Hae Kyung chẳng thể nào nói được với Dong woo rằng cô và Woon Hyuk đã hứa hẹn với nhau. Sau khi biết chuyện, Young Eun đã bị đe dọa phải đến nhà mẹ Hae Kyung và đặt vấn đề cho Hae Kyung lấy Dong Woo. Suk Kyung rất shock khi nghe tin Dong Woo lấy Hae Kyung chứ không phải mỉnh. Cô đã yêu cầu Hae Kyung thế chỗ cho mình.

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Profile

  • Drama: Seoul 1945
  • Revised romanization: Seoul 1945
  • Hangul: 서울 1945 / 서울1945
  • Director: Yoon Chang-Beom
  • Assistant Director: No Sang-Hoon
  • Writer: Lee Han-HoJung Sung-Hee
  • Network: KBS
  • Episodes: 71
  • Release Date: January 7 - September 10, 2006
  • Runtime: Sat. & Sun. 21:30
  • Language: Korean
  • Country: South Korea

Plot

In depicting the lives of young people during Japan’s colonial rule and the Korean War, Seoul 1945 sought to portray the most turbulent period of contemporary Korean history in a neutral, objective light with the aim of helping to heal the psychic wounds of the people.

Notes

  1. In July of 2006, Rhee In-soo, an adopted son of South Korea's first president Syngman Rhee, and Jang Byung-hye, a daughter of former prime minister Jang Taek-sang Thursday filed a lawsuit against the producers of "Seoul 1945". They claimed that the drama distorts history and belittles the achievements of their late fathers.

Cast

Seoul 1945-Han Eun-Jung.jpgSeoul 1945-Ryu Su-Yeong.jpgSeoul 1945-So Yu-Jin.jpgSeoul 1945-Kim Ho-Jin.jpgSeoul 1945-Park Sang-Myeon.jpg
Han Eun-JungRyu Soo-YoungSo Yu-JinKim Ho-JinPark Sang-Myeon
Kim Hae-KyungChoi Woon-HyukMoon Suk-KyungLee Dong-WooPark Chang-Joo
Seoul 1945-Jang Hang-Seon.jpgSeoul 1945-Ko Du-Shim.jpgSeoul 1945-Jo An.jpgSeoul 1945-Jeong Han-Yong (1954).jpgSeoul 1945-Lee Deok-Hee.jpg
Jang Hang-SeonKo Du-ShimJo AnJung Han-YongLee Duk-Hee
Kim Pan-CheolJung Hyang-GeumKim Yeon-KyungChoi Eun-KwanJo Soon-Yi
Seoul 1945-Park Shin-Hye.jpgSeoul 1945-Kim Yeong-Cheol.jpgSeoul 1945-Lee Bo-Hee.jpgSeoul 1945-Hong Yo-Seop.jpgSeoul 1945-Kim Kyung-Sook.jpg
Park Shin-HyeKim Young-ChulLee Bo-HeeHong Yo-SeopKim Kyung-Sook
Choi Geum-HeeMoon Jung-GwanAmekaoriMoon Dong-kiYoon Jung-Ja
Seoul 1945-Choi Jong-Won.jpgSeoul 1945-Kim Se-A.jpgSeoul 1945-Son Jong-Beom.jpgSeoul 1945-Lee Byung-Wook.jpgSeoul 1945-Lee Keon.jpg
Choi Jong-WonKim Se-ASon Jong-BumLee Byung-WookLee Ji-Hoon
Lee In-PyungJo Young-EunPark Sung-JooOh Cheol-HyungKim Ki-Soo

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Seoul 1945/Ep. 1 -35 Plot Synospsis

  • ep. 1 An accident takes place at Moon Ja-jak's factory, leaving many casualties. Instead of taking care of the accident, he locks the factory door and proceeds with the celebration party for his daughter.
  • ep. 2 The Korean War begins, and North Korean soldiers quickly invade the South. Instead of telling the truth, Suk-kyung broadcasts false reports that South Korean soldiers are heading towards the North. But soon enough, Seoul is completely invaded by the North
  • ep. 3 Moon Ja-jak tries to hide the accident that occurred in his factory, and goes ahead with the celebration party. Meanwhile, families of laborers who were hurt wait in front of the factory, not knowing what is going on inside.
  • ep. 4 Woon-hyuk and other laborers ruin the party, and for stabbing Moon Dong-ki, Woon-hyuk gets arrested. Despite many casualties, Moon Ja-jak shows little support or concern.
  • ep. 5 Young Suk-kyung gets lost in the water while swimming. Moon Ja-jak, her father, asks villagers to help him find her and that he will pay any reward.
  • ep. 6 Dong-woo finds and saves Suk-kyung's life, and Woon-hyuk gets taken by the police. Moon Ja-jak tells Lee In-pyung that he wants to show his son a token of his appreciation.
  • ep. 7 Upon getting an urgent message from Father, Suk-kyung and Gae-hee hurry back to Seoul. But they get caught up in unexpected practice evacuation and there, they meet Woon-hyuk for the first time.
  • ep. 8 Woon-hyuk passes the bar exam, but he decides to give up when the Bureau of Judicial Affairs requests him to get a personal reference from Moon Ja-jak. When learning that his friends are trying to kill his older brother, Moon Ja-jak, Moon Dong-ki begs his
  • ep. 9 Suk-kyung volunteers to send her personal reference for Woon-hyuk. Dong-woo comforts Moon Ja-jak for worrying about his daughter's unexpected actions by saying Woon-hyuk is his close friend.
  • ep. 10 Upon hearing that her uncle, Moon Dong-ki is in danger, Suk-kyung goes to Woon-hyuk and begs him to help him. Through his and his friends' efforts, Dong-ki successfully escapes, but he gets taken to the police station along with his friends and even Suk-k
  • ep. 11 Dong-ki and Ki-soo escape to the Soviet Union, but when learning that Woon-dong has been arrested because of them, they think of ways to get him out of prison. Meanwhile, Suk-kyung confesses her love for Woon-hyuk and promises that she will look after him
  • ep. 12 Suk-kyung and Gae-hee escape Moon Ja-jak's watchful eyes to find Woon-hyuk. After learning that his daughter ran away to find Woon-hyuk, Ja-jak orders Chang-joo to find her and bring her home without anybody knowing.
  • ep. 13 Scandal breaks out that pianist Suk-kyung ran off to Leningrad for communist Woon-hyuk. The upset Moon Ja-jak orders Chang-joo to make it look as if Suk-kyung was kidnapped by Woon-hyuk and to kill him.
  • ep. 14 Despite starvation and cold weather, Suk-kyung and Gae-hee finally arrive at Leningrad and find Woon-hyuk. Although thankful, he tries to send them back to Seoul. Suk-kyung finds a job as a pianist to not become a financial burden to Woon-hyuk.
  • ep. 15 Chang-joo finds Suk-kyung, but when he sees her playing the piano at a restaurant, his heart burns with rage at Woon-hyuk for making her suffer. Meanwhile, the governor who tries to take the mine away from Moon Ja-jak comes up with a scheme to frame Moon
  • ep. 16 Chang-joo heads for Korea with Suk-kyung and Gae-hee. When learning that his daughter is on her way home, Moon Ja-jak decides to kill Gae-hee so that she will not expose the truth about the trip to Leningrad.
  • ep. 17 Gae-hee buries her father's body with the help of Choi Eun-kwan and Cho Soon-lee. Gae-hee changes her name to Hae-kyung, and begins her new life in Kyungseong. Meanwhile, Chang-joo asks Moon Ja-jak to give his daughter's hand to him.
  • ep. 18 Woon-hyuk disguises himself and comes to Korea. Meanwhile, Dong-woo who has been staying with Lee Seung-man in the US writes to his father telling him that Korea will soon be liberated from Japan.
  • ep. 19 Hae-kyung and Suk-kyung meet again after 4 years. Suk-kyung orders her to disappear, but Hae-kyung warns her that Gae-hee who was her servant no longer exists, and she is now Hae-kyung. Meanwhile, Woon-hyuk aims a gun to Chang-joo to stop him from killing
  • ep. 20 Woon-hyuk asks Suk-kyung where Gae-hee (Hae-kyung) is, and Suk-kyung's heart aches that he should ask her that question. Meanwhile, per his son's advice, Lee In-pyung keeps a low profile and begins to quit any business that is related to Japan.
  • ep. 21 On August 15, 1945, it is announced that Japanese colonization is completely over and Korea has gained independence once again. People shout in joy and run out on the streets. Despite his daughter's plea, Moon Ja-jak refuses to leave his hometown.
  • ep. 22 Suk-kyung begs Woon-hyuk to save her father's life, but he refuses her plea. Yeo Yoon-hyung emphasizes the importance of gathering people's power in order to establish a new government for the newly independent Korea.
  • ep. 23 Woon-hyuk secretly tells Moon Ja-jak and his family about a route to avoid getting caught. However, Moon Ja-jak grows suspicious of Woon-hyuk and thinks he has set up a trap.
  • ep. 24 Moon Ja-jak asks his brother to take care of his daughter, Suk-kyung and wife. Amekaori (Suk-kyung's mother) suggests her daughter to leave for Japan, but she refuses.
  • ep. 25 In-pyung makes it clear to Dong-woo that he must cut any ties with Suk-kyung as she once ran away from home for another man. Meanwhile, Suk-kyung decides to stay in Korea, and asks Yoon Jung-ja to be sure and take her mother to Japan safely.
  • ep. 26 Suk-kyung who returns to her family's mansion is shocked to see how the villagers took over her house. Meanwhile, Hae-kyung feels sorry for Woon-hyuk for suffering so much for helping Moon Ja-jak and his family. Woon-hyuk asks her to be with him and be ha
  • ep. 27 Hae-kyung tells Woon-hyuk that Dong-woo is with the US government and is staying at the Bando Hotel. Woon-hyuk joyously meets with his friend and drinks together. Meanwhile, Chul-hyung and Ki-soo chase after Chang-joo, upon learning that he has escaped fr
  • ep. 28 Yeong-eun plans on throwing a huge welcoming party for US troops, and entrust the party planning to Hae-kyung. Dong-woo tries to convince his father to cut ties with people who were pro-Japan. In-pyung asks his son to help him get closer to the US for the
  • ep. 29 In-pyung throws a huge banquet for American soldiers including Lieutenant Hodge. When Yeong-eun sees Suk-kyung, she reproaches her for wanting to see her son Dong-woo and warns her to never show up at the house again.
  • ep. 30 Dong-woo carries Suk-kyung, who fainted in a motel, to his house. Despite In-pyung and Young-eun's disapproval, Dong-woo strongly tells his parents that he will marry her. Meanwhile, Suk-kyung finds out that In-pyung gave the mine to her late father not o
  • ep. 31 Suk-kyung makes it clear that she will not walk out of In-pyung's house, and if Dong-woo asks for her hand, she will marry him. Both In-pyung and Young-eun are shocked at this, but Young-eun makes plans for making Suk-kyung walk out on her own.
  • ep. 32 Chul-hyung shows Dong-woo that his father, In-pyung, was pro-Japan. Meanwhile, Dong-woo confesses to Hae-kyung that for the first time he feels that his life feels empty and that he envies Woon-hyuk and Suk-kyung's passion.
  • ep. 33 To make Suk-kyung walk out of the house, Young-eun invites Woon-hyuk to the house and suggests that they should get married since they even eloped together in the past. Meanwhile, In-pyung reproaches Woon-hyuk.
  • ep. 34 Despite Dong-woo's disapproval, Suk-kyung volunteers to play the piano for the US-Soviet Union Committee for her ambition in politics. Meanwhile, Chang-joo raids the publisher that Dong-ki and his men are making counterfeit money, and Dong-ki and Chul-hyu
  • ep. 35 Lee Seung-man is moved by Suk-kyung's family tragedy and gives her his approval to come see him whenever she needs his help. Meanwhile, Chang-joo drags Hae-kyung to the police station and threatens Woon-hyuk to turn Chul-hyung in, or Hae-kyung will be arr
  • ep. 36 Woon-hyuk helps Dong-ki and Chul-hyung escape to the North Korea. Meanwhile, Dong-woo goes to Jang Tak-sang and demands him to release Hae-kyung at once. Not knowing Hae-kyung has already been released, Woon-hyuk turns himself in saying that he has helped

Seoul 1945/Ep. 36 -71 Plot Synospsis

  • ep. 37 Dong-woo confesses his love to Hae-kyung, and she is unable to tell him that she is already engaged to Woon-hyuk. Upon hearing this, Young-eun is thrilled and goes to Hae-kyung's mother and suggests that her daughter and Dong-woo should get married at once.
  • ep. 38 Suk-kyung is shocked to learn that Dong-woo wants to marry Hae-kyung instead of her. She goes to Hae-kyung and slaps her and reproaches her for seducing Dong-woo. Meanwhile, Dong-woo is embarrassed that he proposed to Hae-kyung, not knowing that she is al
  • ep. 39 Through a sudden attack, Woon-hyuk faints, and Yeo Yoon-hyung is kidnapped. Yeo Yoon-hyung is able to escape but he falls off a cliff. When Chang-joo sees him, he pulls the trigger.
  • ep. 40 When sensing that Lee Seung-man is unhappy with Yeo Yoon-hyung, Chang-joo plans to assassinate Yeo. Upon hearing this plan, Dong-woo urgently informs this news to Woon-hyuk.
  • ep. 41 Woon-hyuk follows the armed man. Yeo speaks significant last words that Korea must not be divided into two but be united.
  • ep. 42 Woon-hyuk gets arrested for writing papers that Lee Seung-man and the US government have something to do with Yeo Yoon-hyung's death. Knowing that the police will kill Woon-hyuk, Dong-ki tries to persuade Woon-hyuk to flee to the North.
  • ep. 43 When learning that Suk-kyung is trying to hand Woon-hyuk over to Chang-joo, Hae-kyung traps her in the basement. Meanwhile, Woon-hyuk leaves for the North without promising the crying Hae-kyung that he will return someday.
  • ep. 44 Chang-joo rushes to kill both Dong-woo and Woon-hyuk when learning of the plan to escape to the North. Hae-kyung begs Woon-hyuk to promise her that he will come back, but he turns away saying he cannot make such promises.
  • ep. 45 Under the charge of helping Woon-hyuk escape, Dong-woo's office is closed down, and he is faced with the biggest challenge. Meanwhile, Hae-kyung gets down on her knees to Suk-kyung and begs her to help Dong-woo.
  • ep. 46 Hae-kyung turns down Dong-woo's marriage proposal saying that she can never get over Woon-hyuk. Meanwhile, Chang-joo grows suspicious that a mysterious figure who is gaining power is actually Woon-hyuk. Through her mother's teary plea, Hae-kyung finally a
  • ep. 47 Hae-kyung turns down Dong-woo's marriage proposal saying that she can never get over Woon-hyuk. Meanwhile, Chang-joo grows suspicious that a mysterious figure who is gaining power is actually Woon-hyuk. Through her mother's teary plea, Hae-kyung finally a
  • ep. 48 When Woon-hyuk wakes up, Suk-kyung tells him to leave for the North with Hae-kyung. When Woon-hyuk refuses, Suk-kyung informs Hae-kyung where Woon-hyuk is and demands her to leave with him, or she will turn him in to Chang-joo.
  • ep. 49 When Dong-woo finds Woon-hyuk in the car trunk, he puts his gun to his head and asks why he had to come back. However, Dong-woo is unable to pull the trigger at Hae-kyung's tearful plea. Meanwhile, Chang-joo chases after Hae-kyung and Woon-hyuk when learn
  • ep. 50' On June 25, 1950, the Korean War breaks out. Hwang-keum gets separated from her youngest daughter Yeon-kyung in the chaos. Meanwhile, Dong-woo visits Hae-kyung in prison and despite her plea to let her go, he gives her a ring and promises to be with her f
  • ep. 51 Hae-kyung thanks Suk-kyung for being with her as she is about to face execution. Meanwhile, Dong-woo learns from Suk-kyung that Hae-kyung is about to be executed and rushes to save her.
  • ep. 52 When Hae-kyung finds Dong-woo's car empty, she cries thinking she has put his life in danger. Meanwhile, Dong-ki and Woon-hyuk spot Suk-kyung, Dong-woo and Lee In-pyung's names on the list of people to be executed.
  • ep. 53 Chul-hyung tries to execute Suk-kyung in order to avoid Moon Dong-ki from being in an awkward position, but Woon-hyuk stops him. Finally, the people's trial begins and Lee In-pyung is the first one to stand trial.
  • ep. 54 Despite Woon-hyuk's concern of the future chaos, Chul-hyung and the others decide to execute Lee In-pyung without the people's consents. Hae-kyung argues to Woon-hyuk what the point is for having a trial if they will kill him regardless, and begs him to s
  • ep. 55 Woon-hyuk is thrilled to see that Dong-woo is still alive, but Dong-woo coldly turns away from him for trying to execute Lee In-pyung, his father. Dong-woo turns away after asking Woon-hyuk to take care of his father and Hae-kyung.
  • ep. 56 Woon-hyuk tries to find a way to help Dong-woo who is on the run. Hae-kyung visits Lee In-pyung in prison and tells him to not give up since his son is still alive. Meanwhile, Suk-kyung shows up at the trial, biting down her lips to survive.
  • ep. 57 Chul-hyung criticizes in the trial that Woon-hyuk let Chang-joo go over past ties. However, the court decides to send Chul-hyung away as punishment for failing to catch Chang-joo. Woon-hyuk tells Hae-kyung not to cry again and not to worry about Dong-woo.
  • ep. 58 During the war, Chul-hyung marries Eun-hee, and for the first time he feels happiness in life. Soon-ie offers a shot to Hwang-keum and asks her earnestly to marry Hae-kyung off to Woon-hyuk.
  • ep. 59 While being dragged to the North, Lee In-pyung and his family are able to escape with Hae-kyung's help. Suk-kyung begs her uncle Moon Dong-ki to help her stay in Seoul, and despite the consequences he will face later, he helps her to be left behind in Seo
  • ep. 60 Yeon-kyung is taken to the hospital. Hwang-keum and Hae-kyung cry and pray that Yeon-kyung is going to be all right. Dong-woo rushes to the North with his troops to save POWs, and at the same time, Chang-joo and Sung-joo head for the North to kill Woon-hy
  • ep. 61 Hwang-keum is dragged by the soldiers who demand her to tell them where Hae-kyung is. Suk-kyung and Woon-hyuk's parents, Choi Eun-kwan and Soon-ie also get arrested. Meanwhile, Woon-hyuk finds the unconscious Jung-woo and takes him to Lee In-pyung.
  • ep. 62 Woon-hyuk requests Dong-woo to make a compromise with him to open the road at the price of saving POWs. Just as a compromise is about to be finalized, Chang-joo sneers at Chul-hyung about his newly-wed wife, and the shooting begins once again.
  • ep. 63 Dong-woo takes Hae-kyung to Lee In-pyung's summer house in Kimpo. Meanwhile, when learning that his parents are in the danger of being executed, Woon-hyuk plans a way to save them by raiding the police station.
  • ep. 64 Chang-joo surrounds the summer house to catch Hae-kyung. Meanwhile, Hae-kyung begs Woon-hyuk to let her go, so that she can be with Woon-hyuk. Meanwhile, Woon-hyuk finds his father's body hanging.
  • ep. 65 Woon-hyuk pledges to kill Chang-joo, but is shocked when Song-hee tells him that she is already Chang-joo's wife. Meanwhile, Hae-kyung decides to live on her own away from both Woon-hyuk and Dong-woo.
  • ep. 66 Woon-hyuk finds Hae-kyung unconscious in the forest and rushes to his camp to save her life. Meanwhile, Dong-woo realizes that Hae-kyung was lying to him about going back to Woon-hyuk, and runs out to find her.
  • ep. 67 Dong-woo is seriously injured during the battle, and Chang-joo quickly sends him away to the medic. Hae-kyung helps the injured soldiers instead of evacuating. Meanwhile, upon hearing that Dong-woo is injured, Suk-kyung rushes to the hospital.
  • ep. 68 Dong-woo learns that Woon-hyuk and Hae-kyung are still at Mt. Chiyak. Chang-joo and Dong-woo head for Mt. Chiyak to begin their battle against the communists.
  • ep. 69 When Dong-woo tries to climb up the mountain, Chang-joo warns to him that both Hae-kyung and Woon-hyuk will be killed and that Dong-woo must not try to save them. A huge battle breaks out on the mountain.
  • ep. 70 Woon-hyuk and Chul-hyung are taken as POWs along with Hae-kyung and Eun-hee. When Suk-kyung meets Hae-kyung, she comforts her by saying that she wishes Hae-kyung will be happier with Woon-hyuk in the next life.
  • ep. 71 (Last episode)
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