Dae Mul

Title: 대물 /
Also known as: Big Fish / Big Things
Genre: Drama, Romance
Episodes: 24
Broadcast network: SBS
Broadcast period: 2010-Oct-06 to 2010-Dec-23
Air time: Wednesday & Thursday 21:55
Seo Hye Rim is a hot-tempered news announcer who was fired by the broadcasting company, but is later elected to the National Assembly and became the first female president of Korea. She faces political pressure and potential impeachment from Kang Tae San and his followers, but survives with the aid of the prosecutor Ha Do Ya.
Ko Hyun Jung as Seo Hye Rim
Kwon Sang Woo as Ha Do Ya
Cha In Pyo as Kang Tae San
Lee Soo Kyung as Jang Se Jin
Park Geun Hyung as Jo Bae Ho (president of Democratic Party)
Lee Soon Jae as Baek Sung Min (former President)
Choi Il Hwa as Kim Myung Hwan (Tae San’s father-in-law)
Lee Jae Yong as Gong Sung Jo (Do Ya’s boss)
Ahn Suk Hwan as Son Bon Shik (media director)
Im Hyun Sik as Ha Bong Do (Do Ya’s father)
Lee Joo Shil as Yoon Myung Ja (Hye Rim’s mother)
Kim Jae Bin (김재빈) as Park Dong Hwa (Hye Rim’s son)
Seo Ji Young as Kim Ji Soo (Tae San’s wife, Myung Hwan’s daughter)
Song Ok Sook as Madam Min – Min Kyung Woo (friend of Se Jin’s mother)
Jang Young Nam as Wang Joong Ki (electoral specialist)
Park Ji Il as Chief of Staff
Kim Il Woo as Oh Jae Bong (Bae Ho’s subordinate)
Yum Dong Hyun (염동현) as Seo Soon Jae
Kim Jin Ho (김진호) as Kim Hyun Gab (Tae Bong’s subordinate)
Lee Moon Soo (이문수) as Kim Tae Bong (corrupt senator)
Shin Seung Hwan as Kim Chul Gyu (Tae Bong’s son)
Yoon Joo Sang as Min Dong Ho (president of adversary party)
Goo Ji Sung (구지성) as Park Myung Young (Do Ya’s secretary)
Kim Joon Ho (김준호) as Hwang Jae Man (killer)
Kim Tae Woo as Park Min Goo (Hye Rim’s late husband) (cameo, ep 1)
Im Dong Yub (이동엽) as vice manager (cameo)
Rainbow as girlband (cameo, ep 5)
Park Hae Mi
??? as Jo Min Sung
Production Credits
Production Company: Lee Kim Productions
Producer: Goo Bon Geun, Lee Myung Woo (이명우)
Director: Oh Jong Rok, Jo Hyun Tak (조현탁)
Original writer: Park In Kwon (박인권), manhwa Dae Mul
Screenwriter: Yoo Dong Yoon
2010 SBS Drama Awards: Daesang (Grand Prize) (Ko Hyun Jung)
2010 SBS Drama Awards: Top Excellence Award, Special Drama – Actor (Kwon Sang Woo)
2010 SBS Drama Awards: Top Excellence Award, Special Drama – Supporting Actor (Lee Jae Yong)
2010 SBS Drama Awards: Top Excellence Award, Special Drama – Supporting Actress (Lee Soo Kyung)
2010 SBS Drama Awards: Top Ten Stars Award (Ko Hyun Jung)
2010 SBS Drama Awards: Top Ten Stars Award (Kwon Sang Woo)
2010 SBS Drama Awards: PD Award (Cha In Pyo)
Episode Ratings

Episode ratings for the SBS drama Dae Mul

Date Episode Nationwide Seoul
2010-10-06 01 17.4 (1st) 17.8 (1st)
2010-10-07 02 21.2 (1st) 21.4 (1st)
2010-10-13 03 23.0 (1st) 22.2 (1st)
2010-10-14 04 23.4 (1st) 22.7 (1st)
2010-10-20 05 24.7 (1st) 23.3 (1st)
2010-10-21 06 26.0 (1st) 25.9 (1st)
2010-10-27 07 25.0 (1st) 23.9 (1st)
2010-10-28 08 26.0 (1st) 25.4 (1st)
2010-11-03 09 24.4 (1st) 23.3 (1st)
2010-11-04 10 24.3 (1st) 24.1 (1st)
2010-11-10 11 23.9 (1st) 23.1 (1st)
2010-11-11 12 24.8 (1st) 24.2 (1st)
2010-11-17 13 24.2 (1st) 22.9 (1st)
2010-11-18 14 25.1 (1st) 24.3 (1st)
2010-11-24 15 23.8 (1st) 22.9 (1st)
2010-11-25 16 27.5 (1st) 27.0 (1st)
2010-12-01 17 23.7 (1st) 22.4 (1st)
2010-12-02 18 25.0 (1st) 24.4 (1st)
2010-12-08 19 24.2 (1st) 23.3 (1st)
2010-12-09 20 25.8 (1st) 25.3 (1st)
2010-12-15 21 25.2 (1st) 24.6 (1st)
2010-12-16 22 27.0 (1st) 26.2 (1st)
2010-12-22 23 24.0 (2nd) 23.3 (2nd)
2010-12-23 24 25.8 (1st) 25.1 (1st)
Average 24.4% 23.7%

Source: TNS Media Korea

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