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- Drama: Bride of the Sun
- Revised romanization: Taeyangui Sinbu
- Hangul: 태양의 신부
- Director: Lee Chang-Min
- Writer: Yoon Young-Mi
- Network: SBS
- Episodes: 112
- Release Date: October 24, 2011 - March 30, 2012
- Runtime: Monday - Friday 08:40
- Language: Korean
- Country: South Korea
Hyo-Won (Jang Shin-Young) has supported her family for 8 years instead of their weak father and cruel step-mother. Hyo-Won has even given up on her studies to support her ill younger brother.
For the first time, Hyo-Won falls in love with Jin-Hyuk (Jung Eun-Woo), but, in order to save her brother, Hyo-Won must make an extreme choice. Finally, for her brother and father's sake, Hyo-Won marries Lee Kang-Ro (Han Jin-Hee), who is wealthy, but much older than her.
After her marriage, Hyo-Won suffers emotionally from dealing with her in-laws and her husband's ex-wife. Life isn't easy for her, but she is a lot tougher inside than she looks on the outside.
Jin-Hyuk was born in South Korea, but at the age of 5 he was adopted by an American couple and grew up in America. He became successful in the hotel chain business over there. Leaving behind the success he made, Jin-Hyuk has now come back to Korea. When Jin-Hyuk was 5-year-old, he witnessed the death of his parents. His parents died in a fire that was planned and committed by Lee Kang-Ro (Hyo-Won's older husband). Jin-Hyuk has never forgotten that horrific day. After the death of Jin-Hyuk's parents, Lee Kang-Ro built a theme park upon their land. Hiding his identity, Jin-Hyuk now plans to take everything from Lee Kang-Ro.
- "Bride of the Sun" takes over the SBS weekdays 08:40 time slot previously occupied by "Miss Ajumma" and will be followed by "Welcome Rain to My Life" on April 2, 2012.
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