. Opening theme 'Be My Love' by Ending theme 'She Is' by Country of origin South Korea Original language(s) Korean No. Of episodes 16 Production Producer(s) Kim Sa-hyun Camera setup Running time 60 minutes Release Original network Picture format Original release June 1 ( 2005-06-01) – July 21, 2005 ( 2005-07-21) Chronology Related shows External links My Lovely Sam-soon (: 내 이름은 김삼순;: Nae ireumeun Kim Sam-soon; lit. My Name Is Kim Sam-soon) is a television series based on the internet novel of the same title by Ji Soo-hyun, which was published on March 9, 2004. Touted as the Korean version of, it starred (who gained 15 pounds for the role ), and. The series aired on from June 1 to July 21, 2005 on Wednesdays and Thursdays at 21:55 for 16 episodes. 'Sam-soon' is an old-fashioned name in Korean culture.
It is translated as '3rd daughter' ( sam (삼) is three, soon (순) is meek or feminine). The romantic comedy-drama series was a huge hit, with an average viewership rating of 37.6%, and its peak rating of 49.1% (for the finale) makes it one of the highest rated of all time. It also won numerous awards, including the Grand Prize for TV, and the Grand Prize at the for Kim Sun-ah. Contents.
Synopsis Kim Sam-soon is loud and brash, yet insecure about her weight. She has always been embarrassed by her old-fashioned first name, and nearing her 30th birthday, she dreams of changing it.
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She is an excellent baker with a fervent passion for making desserts. On Christmas Eve, Sam-soon gets dumped by her cheating boyfriend and loses her job. One of the witnesses to her public humiliation is Hyun Jin-heon , the owner of upscale French restaurant Bon Appetit. Upon recognizing her talent, Jin-heon hires her as Bon Appetit's new pastry chef.
From their first meeting, the two have an antagonistic relationship (she calls him the equally old-fashioned 'Sam-shik'), and sparks fly. Jin-heon is the son of a wealthy hotelier , and his mother constantly nags him about succeeding her in the hotel business. She also keeps setting him up on matchmaking dates, saying his niece Mi-joo , who hasn't spoken a word since the childhood trauma of her parents' deaths, needs a mother figure. When Sam-soon finds herself in need of ₩50 million (approximately US$50,000) to prevent the foreclosure of her mother's house, Jin-heon proposes a deal: in exchange for the money, she agrees to become his pretend girlfriend. They draw up a complicated contract, of which the most important stipulation is that they should never fall in love for real. But as they spend more time together, Sam-soon and Jin-heon grow closer and gradually fall for each other. But just when things are going well, Jin-heon's ex-girlfriend Yoo Hee-jin returns from the United States.
Hee-jin had suddenly left Korea years ago, right after a car accident that had killed Jin-heon's older brother, his sister-in-law and a motorcyclist, and left Jin-heon (who was driving) seriously injured. Though Jin-heon's leg eventually recovered, emotional scars remained, a mixture of sorrow, guilt, and anger at Hee-jin's abandonment. But what he didn't know was that Hee-jin had been diagnosed at the time with stomach cancer, and she'd broken up with him because she didn't want to add to the tragedy he was already experiencing. Now in remission, she returns to Korea to ask for a second chance, followed by her Korean-American doctor Henry Kim , who is in love with Hee-jin and eager to learn his roots.
Upon learning the truth, Jin-heon reconciles with Hee-jin. Broken-hearted, Sam-soon resigns from Bon Appetit, and she and her older sister Yi-young decide to open an online pastry business using Yi-young's settlement from her recent divorce. Meanwhile, Jin-heon can't stop thinking about Sam-soon and realizes that he wants to be with her.
After several run-ins in which he sabotages her blind date and immaturely invents reasons to see her, he finally confesses his love for Sam-soon. After a difficult break-up with Hee-jin, Jin-heon proves to Sam-soon's mother and sister that he's serious about her and the couple begin dating happily. Then Hee-jin asks a final favor of Jin-heon, to accompany her back to the U.S.
To rejoin her parents there. Sam-soon is initially resistant, but later gives her blessing when Jin-heon reassures her that this journey will be a form of closure for him and Hee-jin.
He promises to return after one week. Sam-soon goes once again to the city clerk's office to have her name changed, but finally believing that her name is special and an important part of her identity, changes her mind at the last minute and tears up the papers. Two months pass, with no calls or letters from Jin-heon, and Sam-soon has given up on him and gone on with her life. When Jin-heon eventually returns to Korea, she gives him the cold shoulder. But the misunderstanding is cleared up when two-months-worth of postcards gets delivered to Sam-soon's house; as they had been sent to the wrong address all this time. Jin-heon had spent the two months traveling and inspecting hotels all over America; in his desire to be a man worthy of Sam-soon, he is finally ready to take up the reins as his mother's heir. Whatever obstacles come their way (including his mother's continuing benign disapproval of their relationship), Sam-soon and Jin-heon decide to face the future together, doing their best at work and love, and living life to the fullest.
Cast Main characters. as Kim Sam-soon – 30-year-old pastry chef. as Hyun Jin-heon – 27-year-old owner of Bon Appetit restaurant. as Yoo Hee-jin – Jin-heon's ex-girlfriend. as Dr.
Henry Kim – Hee-jin's doctor Supporting characters. as Park Bong-sook – Sam-soon's mother. as Kim Yi-young – Sam-soon's sister.
as Na Hyun-sook – Jin-heon's mother. as Hyun Mi-joo – Jin-heon's niece. Yoon Ye-hee as Yoon Hyun-sook – CEO Na's assistant. as Min Hyun-woo – Sam-soon's ex-boyfriend.
as Jang Chae-ri. Won Jong-rye as Chae-ri's mother. Maeng Bong-hak as Sam-soon's father.
Kim Sung-kyum as Jin-heon's uncle Restaurant staff. as Ms. Oh – manager. as Lee Hyun-moo – chef.
Han Yeo-woon as Lee In-hye – Sam-soon's assistant. Kim Hyun-jung as Jang Young-ja – dining room captain. as Ki-bang – kitchen assistant Reception Some critics believe its huge success was due to the show's focus on the life of a single woman in her late twenties. Particularly, the heroine's chubby physical appearance and frank, flawed yet lovable personality broke long-held, greatly increasing its popularity due to its resonance with many Koreans. Ratings In the table below, the blue numbers represent the lowest ratings and the red numbers represent the highest ratings. Episode # Title Original broadcast date Average audience share AGB Nielsen TNmS Ratings Nationwide Nationwide 1 Life is like a box filled with bonbon au chocolat June 1, 2005 17.4% 17.8% 18.3% 19.2% 2 Shall we try dating?
June 2, 2005 22.9% 24.2% 21.3% 23.1% 3 How does one write a love contract? June 7, 2005 28.5% 29.2% 27.8% 29.6% 4 Over the rainbow June 9, 2005 31.2% 32.1% 32.7% 30.8% 5 Love is supposed to be childish June 15, 2005 35.3% 36.5% 35.4% 38.9% 6 The calories of a kiss, the calories of love June 16, 2005 35.1% 36.1% 35.1% 38.2% 7 Madeleine, in search of lost time June 22, 2005 35.0% 35.9% 35.6% 38.0% 8 Daddy, why is my love life so hard? June 23, 2005 37.7% 39.1% 37.7% 39.8% 9 You played with my heart as if it were a toy June 29, 2005 37.4% 39.2% 40.7% 43.8% 10 My name is Kim Hee-jin June 30, 2005 39.9% 40.3% 41.7% 43.5% 11 Don't say it was a mistake.
This is the second kiss. July 6, 2005 43.4% 44.7% 44.2% 46.2% 12 What's the big deal?
I've only just turned 30! July 7, 2005 42.8% 44.0% 44.6% 46.5% 13 The way to break up with her July 13, 2005 45.0% 46.8% 44.7% 46.9% 14 The elements of a romance July 14, 2005 44.0% 45.1% 44.1% 46.9% 15 The rules of romance July 20, 2005 46.0% 47.8% 47.9% 50.2% 16 Love like you've never been hurt before July 21, 2005 49.1% 51.1% 50.5% 53.4% Average 36.9% 38.1% 37.6% 39.6% Soundtrack My Lovely Sam-soon Original Soundtrack Released June 18, 2005 (South Korea) The My Lovely Sam-soon was released on June 18, 2005.
Download green farm 3 java 240x320. Korean electronica band contributed two songs to the soundtrack: 'Be My Love' and 'She Is', the former of which became the show's theme song. The show's popularity brought the group increased media and public attention. My Lovely Sam-soon OST No. Title Artist Length 1. 'Bonbon O Chocolat I' 2:40 2.
'Be My Love' 4:39 3. 'She Is' 3:54 4.
'WFS' 2:26 5. 'Goodbye' Jo Yong Won 4:33 6. 'Farewell without Farewell' Jisun from 3:47 7. 'Bonbon O Chocolat II' 2:24 8. 'Goodbye II' 3:28 9. 'Can't Let Go of Love' Just 3:53 10.
'Gravity' 2:14 11. 'Inside My Heart' Kim Jung-eun 4:28 12. 'Be My Love (Inst.)' 4:47 13. 'She Is (Inst.)' 4:40 14. June 19, 2005.
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