Korean Drama Series: All About My Romance

Korean Drama Series, All About My Romance, Lee Min Jung, Shin Ha Kyun, Choi Jung Won, Kim Soo Young

This is another Korean Drama series with high demands and now rerun again. I believe some of you might have missed it or would like to watch All About My Romance again. Great so now you can enjoy the rerun ya. Kim Soo-Young (Shin Ha-Kyun) is a newly elected member of the national assembly. He is a member of the conservative New Korea Party. Prior to his election, Kim Soo-Young worked as a judge, but became pressured by higher ups and decided to enter the political world. Now, Kim Soo-Young becomes involved in a tangled situation with national assembly member No Min-Young (Lee Min Jung), who entered the political world after her sister's death.

No Min-Young's sister was a presidential candidate. No Min-Young is also a member of the Progressive Labor Party, who only has two members in the national assembly. Kim Soo-Young and No Min-Young then begin to have romantic feelings for each other… Shin Ha-Kyun as the leading cast of this Korean drama is rather active in movie industry as he has casted in numerous Korean movies such as The Front Line and The Devil’s Game. Primarily a film actor, Shin had previously done only one TV series, 2003's Good Person on MBC. But in 2010 he returned to television in the quirky mystery Harvest Villa which aired on cable channel tvN. Then in the 2011 medical drama Brain, his portrayal of a cold, ambitious neurosurgeon brought him to new heights of mainstream popularity.

All About My Romance is his latest participation in drama series since he casts in Brain (2011) which won him Best Couple with Choi Jung Won, Grand Prize and Netizens’ Award in 2011 KBS Drama Awards.

All About My Romance as well featuring Lee Min-Jung who plays her role as No Min-Young. Lee began her career in playwright or filmmaker of Jang Jin's stage plays, then appeared in the Christian-themed indie Pruning the Grapevine, while doing minor roles on film and television. She became a household name in 2009 through her supporting role in the popular high school series Boys Over Flowers, which then landed her first leading role in the weekend drama Smile, You. 

Her romantic comedy Cyrano Agency was the sleeper hit of 2010, and became the breakout film for Lee, who grabbed five best new actress awards in Korea and rose to stardom. After playing a disillusioned fiancée to an ambitious fund manager in Midas, Lee returned to the romantic comedy genre in the body-swapping TV series Big. 

In the recent years, she has gained her recognitions through numerous award winning. Lee has won New Star Award (Smile, You) in 2009 SBS Drama Awards. In the follow year, she has won up to 9 awards including Best New Actress (White Night) in 2010 Korean Association of Film Critics Awards and Best New Actress in 2010 Grand Bell Awards (Cyrano Agency).

All About My Romance

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