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Moon Embracing the Sun

Moon Embracing the Sun
  • English:Moon Embracing the Sun
  • Korean:해를 품은 달
  • Original Network: MBC (2012年)
  • Aired: 2012/01/04 - 2012/03/15
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Summary&Synopsis
Moon Embracing the Sun (Korean: 해를 품은 달) is a TV Series. Broadcast starts on 2012-01-04.
The broadcast will end on 2012-03-15. The broadcasting station is MBC (2012). Actress Han Ga In's first attempt at a historical drama.
Through the machinations of King and Queen Yoon, who is willing to do anything to gain power, and Yoon Dae-hyeon, a relative from his mother's side, the king's cherished half-brother, Uiseong-kun, joins the rebellion.
He fell into the trap of being in charge and died. During this process, Ari, the highly skilled shrine maiden of the Seijyuku Office, is falsely accused, and she dies while leaving meaningful words for No-kyung. On the other hand, row
Yeon-woo (Han Ga In), the daughter of a government official at Kobunkan, enters the palace to see her older brother Bang Bang-rae, who has passed the liberal arts exam, and even the masters are mischievous. crown prince of
Hwon (Kim Soo Hyun) meets Yeon-woo as she crosses the wall of Inwolgak. Yeon-woo mistakes Hwon for a thief while climbing over a fence, and Yeon-woo throws the towels that Hwon gave her everywhere.
He investigates and discovers that Fon is the Crown Prince, but... . The Korean TV series ``The Moon Embracing the Sun (The Moon Embracing the Sun)'' is. Actress Han Ga In's first attempt at a historical drama. In the play, Han Ga In plays the role of a virtual king.
She will play the role of Yeon-woo, Lee Hwon's first love. The role of the virtual king Lee Hwon is played by Kim Soo Hyun, who rose to stardom through the TV series "Dream High." Also, the TV series “My Deadline”
Jung Il Woo, who received rave reviews for his roles in ``The 49th'' and ``Flower Beautiful Ramen Shop,'' will play the role of Lee Hwon's half-brother Yang Myeong. Yeon Woo is loved by both Lee Hwon and Yang Myeong at the same time.
It's a great role.




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