Golden Rainbow (TV series)
Golden Rainbow (Korean: 황금 무지개; RR: Hwanggeum Mujigae) is a 2013 South Korean television drama series starring Uee, Jung Il-woo, Cha Ye-ryun and Lee Jae-yoon. It aired on MBC from November 2, 2013 to March 30, 2014 on Saturdays and Sundays at 21:55 for 41 episodes.
|Also known as||Gold Rainbow|
|Country of origin||South Korea|
|No. of episodes||41|
|Executive producer(s)||Choi Won-seok|
|Running time||80 minutes|
|Production company(s)||May Queen Pictures|
|Original network||Munhwa Broadcasting Corporation|
|Original release||November 2, 2013 –|
March 30, 2014
Adopted and raised by the same father, seven orphans grew up together as a family in a town near the ocean. With the bond between them even stronger than that of blood-related siblings, they experience hardships together and struggle to succeed in the marine products industry. It mainly revolves around a girl who was kept away from her mother by her father's mother. The mother asks her long time friend to steal her back. So he did. He got caught and went to prison for 6 years. The girl is back with the grandmother but 6 years later at an amusement park, she is kidnapped. She later on escapes and finds home with a boy and his grandmother. The grandmother later on dies and the longtime friend that stole her back the first time finds them trying to steal fish but keeps them as his own kids. He adds on 5 more kids later after them.
- Uee as Kim Baek-won / Jang Ha-bin (3rd child)
- Jung Il-woo as Seo Do-young
- Oh Jae-moo as teenage Do-young
- Cha Ye-ryun as Kang Kyung-mi / Kim Cheon-won / Yoon Ha-bin (2nd child)
- Song Yoo-jung as teenage Cheon-won
- Lee Jae-yoon as Kim Man-won (eldest child)
- Kim Sang-joong as Kim Han-joo
- Do Ji-won as Yoon Young-hye
- Jo Min-ki as Seo Jin-ki
- Ahn Nae-sang as Chun Eok-jo
- Kim Han-joo's family
- Choi Soo-im as Kim Shib-won (4th child)
- Ahn Seo-hyun as young Shib-won
- Lee Ji-hoon as Kim Yeol-won (5th child)
- Jung Yun-seok as young Yeol-won
- Kim Tae-joon as Kim Il-won (6th child)
- Park Sun-ho as Kim Young-won / Michinski Forever (7th child)
- Choi Ro-woon as young Young-won
- Seo Jin-ki's family
- Park Won-sook as Kang Jung-shim
- Ji Soo-won as Jang Mi-rim
- Jae Shin as Seo Tae-young
- Lee Seung-ho as teenage Tae-young
- Chun Eok-jo's family
- Extended cast
- Lee Won-pal as Park Woong
- Lee Hee-jin as Park Hwa-ran
- Lee Dae-yeon as Kim Jae-soo
- Seo Hyun-chul as Kang Dong-pal
- Kim Dae-ryung as Jo Kang-doo
- Choi Dae-sung as Officer Lee
- Park Chung-seon as class president
- Ji Young-woo as hotelier
- Lee Seung-won as homeroom teacher
- Park Woo-chun as Jung Jae-hong
- Yoo Ara as Young-won's secretary
- Kang Hyun-jung as female investigator
- Kim Ki-joon as Oh Kwang-hyuk
- Kang Ji-won as Oh Eun-ji
- Shim Ho-sung as employee at fish farm
- Kim Kwang-in as chief prosecutor
Awards and nominationsEdit
|2013||Excellence Award, Actor in a Special Project Drama||Jung Il-woo||Nominated|
|Excellence Award, Actress in a Special Project Drama||Uee||Won|
|Golden Acting Award, Actor||Kim Sang-joong||Won|
|2014||Outstanding Korean Drama||Golden Rainbow||Nominated|
|Outstanding Korean Drama OST||The Moon Cries - Ulala Session||Nominated|
|Only You - Kim Jang-hoon||Nominated|
- It aired in Malaysia (dubbed in Chinese and subtitled in Malay) on TV9 from June 10 to 27, 2014.
- It began airing in Japan on satellite channel WOWOW on October 1, 2014.
- It began airing in Thailand on PPTV on October 4, 2014.
- It began airing in Vietnam on SCTV13 on June 23, 2015.
- It began airing in Singapore (dubbed in Chinese and subtitled in English and Chinese) on Mediacorp Channel U on March 17, 2017.
- It began airing in the Philippines on TV5 by 2019.
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