Sungkyunkwan Scandal

Details
Title: 성균관 스캔들 /
Genre: Period, romance, comedy
Episodes: 20
Broadcast network: KBS2
Broadcast period: 2010-Aug-30 to 2010-Nov-02
Air time: Monday & Tuesday 21:55
Synopsis
Sungkyunkwan Scandal is set in Sungkyunkwan University in the late Joseon era during the reign of King Jeongjo, revolving around the exploits and love stories of four youths. When her younger brother’ illness worsens and their family is in danger of being evicted from their house for lack of money, Kim Yoon Hee enters the school under his name, disguised as a boy in her desperation to support him. There, she becomes friends with the intelligent and upright Lee Sun Joon, the playboy Goo Yong Ha and rebellious Moon Jae Shin.
Cast
Micky Yoochun as Lee Sun Joon
Park Min Young as Kim Yoon Hee
Bang Joon Seo as young Yoon Hee
Song Joong Ki as Goo Yong Ha
Yoo Ah In as Moon Jae Shin
Seo Hyo Rim as Ha Hyo Eun
Kim Min Seo as Cho Sun
Jun Tae Soo as Ha In Soo
Kang Sung Pil as Im Byung Choon
Kim Dong Yoon as Seol Go Bong
Chae Byung Chan as Kang Moo
Ahn Nae Sang as Jung Yak Yong
Park Geun Soo as Yoo Chang Ik
Kim Ha Kyoon as Choi Shin Mook
Kim Young Bae as Go Jang Bok
Im Young Pil as Ham Choon Ho
Kim Jung Kyoon as Ahn Do Hyun
Jang Se Hyun as Kim Woo Tak
Hwang Chan Woo as Bae Hae Won
Joo Ah Sung as Nam Myung Shik
Lee In as Park Dal Jae
Jo Sung Ha as King Jeongjo
Kim Gab Soo as Left State Minister Lee Jung Moo
Lee Jae Yong as Ha Woo Kyu (Minister of War)
Choi Dong Joon as Moon Geun Soo (Minister of Justice)
Kim Ik Tae as Prime Minister Chae Je Gong
Kim Mi Kyung as Ms. Jo (Yoon Hee’s mother)
Han Yun as Kim Yoon Shik (Yoon Hee’s brother)
Park Dong Bin as the Minister of War’s steward
Kim Kwang Gyu as Hwang Ga
Ryu Dam as Soon Dol
Sung Hyun Joo as Beo Deul
Im Yoon Jung as Aeng Aeng
Jung Hye Mi as Seom Seom
Lee Min Ho as Bok Soo (petty thief)
Kim Dan Yool as Bok Dong (page boy)
Park Chul Min as Hanseongbu official Yoon Hyung Goo
Lee Dal Hyung as Goo Yong Ha’s father
Lee Won Jong as shaman Bak Soo (cameo, ep8)
Oh Na Mi as Hyo Eun’s friend (cameo, ep10)
Seol Ji Yoon as retired gisaeng (cameo)
Production Credits
Production Company: Raemongraein
Production Manager: Lee Hyun Wook
Chief Producer: Kwak Ki Won
Producer: Yoo Gun Shik
Director: Kim Won Suk, Hwang In Hyuk
Original writer: Jung Eun Gwol, novels “The Lives of Sungkyunkwan Confucian Scholars 1 & 2″
Screenwriter: Kim Tae Hee
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Recognitions
2012 New York International TV & Film Festival: Bronze World Medal for Best Mini-Series
2011 38th Korea Broadcasting Prizes: Best Mid-leght Drama
2011 4th Korea Drama Awards: Best Director (Kim Won Suk)
2011 6th Seoul International Drama Awards: Outstanding Korean Drama
2011 6th Seoul International Drama Awards: Outstanding Korean Actor (Micky Yoochun)
2011 6th Seoul International Drama Awards: People’s Choice Award (Micky Yoochun)
2011 47th Baeksang Arts Awards: New Director of the Year (Kim Won Suk)
2011 47th Baeksang Arts Awards: Popularity Award (Micky Yoochun)
2011 47th Baeksang Arts Awards: New Actor (Micky Yoochun)
2010 KBS Drama Awards: Excellence Award, Novella Drama – Actress (Park Min Young)
2010 KBS Drama Awards: Newcomer Actor Award (Micky Yoochun)
2010 KBS Drama Awards: Popularity Award (Song Joong Ki)
2010 KBS Drama Awards: Netizens’ Award (Park Min Young and Micky Yoochun)
2010 KBS Drama Awards: Best Couple Award (Park Min Young and Micky Yoochun)
2010 KBS Drama Awards: Best Couple Award (Song Joong Ki and Yoo Ah In)