Dream High - Korean Drama
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- Drama: Dream High
- Revised romanization: Deurim Hai
- Hangul: 드림하이
- Director: Lee Eung-Bok
- Writer: Park Hye-Ryun
- Network: KBS2
- Episodes: 16
- Release Date: January 3 - February 28, 2011
- Runtime: Mon. & Tues. 21:55
- Language: Korean
- Country: South Korea
"Dream High" takes place at Kirin High School of Art and follows the lives of students as they aspire to become superstars.
Song Sam-Dong (Kim Soo-Hyun) lives in the country side and dreams of becoming an owner of a stock farm. He falls in love with Ko Hye-Mi (Bae Suji) at first sight and follows her to Kirin High School of Art. There he discovers his genius like musical talent.
Jin-Gook (TaecYeon) is a gifted dancer, but a troubled student at school. The director of Kirin High School of Art (Bae Yong-Jun)) recommends to Jin-Gook to enroll at his school. There, Jin-Gook's talents blossom and he now dreams of becoming a global star.
Exchange student Jason (Wooyoung) comes to Kirin High after receiving the top score for new applicants. He comes from abroad and shows outstanding skills as a dancer.
Ko Hye-Mi (Bae Suzy) is the most popular girl at Kirin High. She carries herself as a confident girl, but inside hides a sad past. She dreamed of becoming a world renown classical vocalist, but after the collapse of her family she had no choice but to enter Kirin High School of Art. She is loved by Song Sam-Dong and Jin-Gook.
Yoon Becky (Eun Jung) looks up to Ko Hye-Mi, who appears to have everything. They soon become rivals.
Eria (Yoon Young-Ah) is a popular teen star. She enters Kirin High School of Art and becomes the object of admiration by her peers. She looks forward to having a "regular" school life.
- "Dream High" takes over KBS2 Mon & Tue 21:55 time slot previously occupied by "Marry Me, Mary!" & will be replaced by "Detectives in Trouble" on March 7, 2011
- "Dream High" will be co-produced by Bae Yong-Jun's KeyEast, Park Jin-Yeong JYP Entertainment, and CJ Media. Park Jin-Yeong will also act as the music director for the drama series.
- Auditions will be held for roles in "Dream High". Interest applicants can submit applications at KeyEast website (http://www.keyeast.co.kr/audition/audition_list.asp).
- Cast members that are actual pop stars include TaecYeon & Wooyoung from "2PM", Bae Suzy from "Miss A", Eun Jung from "T-ARA" and IU who is a female solo singer.
- A free mini concert will be held on February 24th, 2011 at the Goyang Aram Nuri Arts Center in Goyang, South Korea. The free concert will be filmed for the final episode of "Dream High" which will air on February 28th, 2011. Performers scheduled to appear at the free concert are Park Jin-Young, Bae Suji, Kim Soo-Hyun, TaecYeon, Eun Jung, IU. Singer Kim Tae-Woo & comedian Park Kyung-Rim will host the free mini concert.
- Related titles:
- Dream High 2 (KBS2 / 2012)
students @ Kirin High
|Kim Soo-Hyun||Bae Suzy||TaecYeon||Ham Eun-Jung||Wooyoung|
|Song Sam-Dong||Ko Hye-Mi||Jin-Kuk||Yoon Becky||Jason|
|IU||Yoon Young-Ah||Jun A-Min||Han Ji-Hoo||Park Jin-Sang|
|Kim Pil-Suk||Eria||Jo In-Sung||Park Do-Joon||Jun Tae-San|
|Han Bo-Reum||Jeong Min-Joo|
|Ha So-Hyun||Jeong A-Jeong|
faculty @ Kirin High
|Bae Yong-Jun||Uhm Ki-Joon||Lee Byung-Joon||Lee Yoon-Ji||Park Jin-Young|
|Jung Ha-Myung||Kang Oh-Hyuk||Si Bum-Soo||Si Kyung-Jin||Yang Jin-Man|
|Lee Youn-Mi||Baek Won-Kil|
|Maeng Seung-Hee||Kong Min-Chul|
Additional Cast Members:
|Ahn Sun-Young||Ahn Seo-Hyun||Lee Hye-Sook||Choi Il-Hwa||Ahn Kil-Kang|
|Kang Oh-Sun||Ko Hye-Sung||Song Nam-Boon||Hyun Moo-Jin||Ma Doo-Sik|
|Park Hyuk-Kwon||Kim Hyun-Joong|
Additional Cast Members:
- Sumi Jo - cameo
- Song Hae - cameo
- Park Hwi-Sun - studying for national exam (cameo)
- Koo Joon-Yup - host of dance competition (cameo)
- Chan-Seong - cameo
- Dalshabet - cameo
- Viki - Dalshabet member
- miss A - cameo
- 2AM - cameo
- Park Eun-Bin - Ko Hye-Sung (high school student)
- Bae Noo-Ri - High school student
- Jang Hee-Soo
- Misaki Komatsu
|2011-01-03||1||11.3 (8th)||14.2 (5th)|
|2011-01-04||2||11.5 (10th)||13.9 (6th)|
|2011-01-10||3||11.7 (8th)||13.8 (5th)|
|2011-01-11||4||13.4 (4th)||15.4 (5th)|
|2011-01-17||5||13.7 (3rd)||15.8 (3rd)|
|2011-01-18||6||13.1 (4th)||15.9 (4th)|
|2011-01-24||7||15.3 (3rd)||17.5 (3rd)|
|2011-01-31||8||14.9 (3rd)||17.4 (3rd)|
|2011-02-01||9||14.9 (3rd)||16.9 (4th)|
|2011-02-07||10||16.7 (3rd)||19.2 (3rd)|
|2011-02-08||11||16.6 (3rd)||19.3 (3rd)|
|2011-02-14||12||15.8 (3rd)||17.8 (3rd)|
|2011-02-15||13||17.2 (3rd)||20.1 (3rd)|
|2011-02-21||14||16.4 (3rd)||18.9 (3rd)|
|2011-02-22||15||17.2 (3rd)||19.7 (3rd)|
|2011-02-28||16||18.2 (3rd)||20.7 (3rd)|
Source: TNS Media Korea
- 2011 KBS Drama Awards - December 31, 2011