Moon Embracing the Sun

Moon Embracing the Sun (Korean해를 품은 달; RRHaereul Pum-eun Dal, also known as The Moon that Embraces the Sun or The Sun and the Moon) is a 2012 South Korean television drama series, starring Kim Soo-hyun, Han Ga-in, Jung Il-woo and Kim Min-seo. It aired on MBC from January 4 to March 15, 2012, on Wednesdays and Thursdays at 21:55 for 20 episodes.

Moon Embracing the Sun
The Moon Embracing the Sun poster.jpg
Promotional poster
Also known asThe Moon that Embraces the Sun
The Sun and the Moon
Hangul해를 품은 달
Revised RomanizationHaereul Pum-eun Dal
McCune–ReischauerHaerŭl P'umŭn Dal
Based onMoon Embracing the Sun
by Jung Eun-gwol
Written byJin Soo-wan
Directed by
  • Kim Do-hoon
  • Lee Seong-jun
Country of originSouth Korea
Original languageKorean
No. of episodes20 (+2 specials)
ProducerOh Gyeong-hun
Production companyPan Entertainment
DistributorMunhwa Broadcasting Corporation
Original networkMBC TV
Original releaseJanuary 4 (2012-01-04) –
March 15, 2012 (2012-03-15)

The historical-fantasy drama is adapted from the novel of the same name written by Jung Eun-gwol. It tells of a poignant love story between a fictional king of the Joseon Dynasty and a female shaman and the conflicts and conspiracy of vying political powers.

The series reached a peak rating of 42.2%. It won the Best Drama and Best Actor awards in the television category at the 48th Baeksang Arts Awards, and multiple awards at 2012 MBC Drama Awards, including Drama of the Year.


The Queen Dowager orders the assassination of her stepson in order to protect her own son's throne. A-ri, a shaman of the Royal Star Mansion (Royal Astrology House), witnesses the murder. The pregnant wife of the palace's Chief Scholar helps her escape, and she vows to protect the unborn child, who has a "noble fate."

A-ri is arrested, tortured, and imprisoned. She tells her friend and fellow shaman, Jang Nok-yeong, to look after the unborn child in her stead. A-ri is declared guilty of treason and killed.

Years later, Heo Yeon-woo, the child A-ri swore to protect, and Crown Prince Lee Hwon fall in love. Prince Yangmyung, the Crown Prince's older half-brother, has also fallen in love with Yeon-woo, who does not reciprocate his feelings.

The Queen Dowager seeks to make Yoon Bo-kyung, the daughter of the Prime Minister and her blood relative, the Crown Princess in order to maintain her clan's power. However, the King is impressed by Yeon-Woo's intelligence and chooses her to be Lee Hwon's wife, infuriating Prime Minister Yoon and the Queen Dowager, who secretly orders Nok-yeong to cast a deadly curse on the new Princess.

Yeon-woo is diagnosed with an unidentifiable illness, expelled from the palace, and loses her title. She "dies" from this illness and is buried, but Nok-yeong digs her out of the grave, because the spell is temporary and only mimics the appearance of death. However, Yeon-woo is so traumatized by being buried alive that she has lost all of her memories. She and Nok-yeong leave the capital.

Crown Prince Lee Hwon unwillingly marries Bo-kyung, but refuses to consummate the marriage by citing an unnamed illness and continues to brood over his "dead" first love.

Eight years later, Lee Hwon is now king and Yeon-woo became Shaman Wol (which means "moon"). Unaware of Wol's true identity, the Grand Royal Queen Dowager calls her to the palace so that she can cure her grandson's "illness." The King is struck by Wol's unmistakeable resemblance to Yeon-woo, and he quietly launches an investigation into Yeon-woo's death.

Meanwhile, Wol struggles to understand the strange memories of her life as Yeon-woo, which she interprets as shamanic visions. She must fight Queen Yoon, the Grand Royal Queen Dowager and Prime Minister Yoon in order to reclaim her rightful place as the Queen of Joseon. Political intrigue continues to build and comes shockingly to a head as Lee Hwon fights for his throne and the woman he loves.



'Sun Reaching for the Moon': Lee Hwon is the intelligent and kind boy who falls in love with Heo Yeon-woo and even after her sudden death, he remains devoted to her memory. When he meets Wol, he has doubts about Yeon-woo's death and begins an investigation, unearthing political machinations and dark secrets.
'Moon Embracing the Sun': Although she is destined to be the Queen of Joseon, Yeon-woo is cheated out of her fate by the scheming Queen Dowager and Prime Minister Yoon. She is appointed Crown Princess, but she mysteriously dies before the wedding. In reality, she loses her memory and becomes a shaman. Eight years later, she returns to the palace as Shaman Wol and is struck by her inexplicable attraction to the king and her strange "visions" about the king's mysterious first love.
'Overshadowed by the Sun': Yangmyung is Lee Hwon's half-brother. Although he is the elder brother, he is the son of the king's concubine and therefore ineligible for the throne. He struggles to reconcile his lifelong, unrequited love for Yeon-woo, his love for his brother, and his attraction to Shaman Wol.
'A Mirror longing to be the Moon' Bo-kyung is used by the Queen Dowager and her father, Prime Minister Yoon, in order to maintain their clan's power. After Yeon-woo's death, she becomes Lee Hwon's Crown Princess. She remains in love with Lee Hwon all her life, but he still loves Yeon-woo.


Heo clanEdit

Yeon-woo and Yeom's father. He is King Seongjo's trusted advisor and an enemy to Prime Minister Yoon.
Yeon-woo and Yeom's mother. She grieves over her daughter and husband's deaths.
Yeon-woo's older brother and Hwon's tutor. After Yeon-woo's death, his family falls from grace and he marries Princess Minhwa.
Yeon-woo's personal servant. She protects Yeon-woo during her time as Shaman Wol.

Royal householdEdit

The mother of King Seongjo and grandmother of Lee Hwon. She kills Prince Uiseong in order to ensure that her son will become king and attempts to kill Yeon-woo in order to appoint her own relative to be Lee Hwon's wife and future queen. She and Prime Minister Yoon work together to protect their family's interests.
Father of Lee Hwon, Prince Yangmyung and Princess Minhwa. He is haunted by his beloved half-brother's death and the knowledge that his own mother killed him. In order to prevent such conflict between his own sons, he hides his love for Yangmyung.
  • Kim Sun-kyung as Queen Sohye, later the Queen Dowager
Mother of Lee Hwon.
  • Kim Ye-ryeong as Royal Noble Consort Hui of the Miryang Park clan
Mother of Yangmyung. King Seongjo's concubine. She has no political ambition and retires to a Buddhist monastery.
Lee Hwon's younger sister. She falls in love with Yeom and is determined to marry him at all costs.
An officer in the Royal Guard, he is the King's bodyguard. His loyalty to Lee Hwon strains his friendship with Yangmyung.
Chief Eunuch Hyung-sun is Lee Hwon's trusted confidante and friend.
  • Kim Min-kyung as Court Lady Min
Coming from Yeom's family in Bukcheon, she serves as lady-in-waiting to Princess Minhwa.
  • Chu Gwi-jung as Court Lady Jo
Queen Yoon's lady-in-waiting since entering the palace as Crown Princess.

Royal Star Mansion (Seungsucheong)Edit

Nok-young is the head shaman. She is forced to obey the Queen Dowager's order to curse Yeon-woo, but she secretly saves her and raises her as Shaman Wol.
  • Kim Ik-tae as Hye Gak
A Taoist priest who helped Nok-young escape with Yeon-woo.
  • Bae Noo-ri as Jan-shil
    • Jo Min-ah as young Jan-shil
A shaman with powerful visions who ultimately succeeds Nok-young as the head shaman.
A shaman who vows to help Yeon-woo from beyond the grave.

Yoon clan and officialsEdit

Prime Minister Yoon is Bo-kyung's father and the leader of the Yoon clan. He is a greedy politician who seeks to expand his family's wealth and power.
  • Jang Hee-soo as Madam Kim
Wife of Prime Minister Yoon and Bo-kyung's mother.
Deputy Minister of Personnel, who was named Chief Royal Secretary.
Mayor, later became Minister of Defense.
  • Kim Seung-wook as Lord Yoon Soo-chan
Minister of Taxation, promoted to Minister of Personnel.
Favored by the King, he is a former president of the student body at Sungkyunkwan, who became a secret investigator for the Uigeumbu (Court of Justice).


Based on the novel by Jung Eun-gwol, the screenplay was written by Jin Soo-wan (writer of Capital Scandal) and directed by Kim Do-hoon (who previously directed Royal Family) and Lee Seong-jun (who previously directed Gyebaek).

This production marked Han Ga-in's first historical drama and return to television since Bad Guy in 2010.[6] It is also Jung Il-woo's second historical drama following The Return of Iljimae in 2009.[7]

Filming began in November 2011, with child actors for the first six episodes, followed by the script reading session with their adult counterparts on December 25, at MBC Dream Center in Ilsan.[8]

In February 2012, there were talks of an extension of four episodes to the 20-episode drama. The production company, Pan Entertainment, later confirmed that there would be no extension and the series was to end on its original date of March 8, 2012.[9][10] However it did not end till March 15, 2012, because director Kim Do-hoon joined the MBC strike leading to the last two episodes being delayed for a week, and replaced with two special episodes.[11]

Filming locationsEdit

Most of the royal palace scenes were filmed on location at MBC Dramia located at Cheoin-gu, Yongin-si in Gyeonggi Province, where other historical dramas such as Dong Yi, Jumong and Queen Seondeok were also filmed.[12] The House of Choi Cham-pan was used as Yeon-woo's childhood home and the Korean Folk Village was used for local markets, private residences of commoners and night scenes.[13]

International broadcastEdit

In March 2012, the drama's broadcast rights were sold to eight Asian countries, including Japan, Thailand, Hong Kong, Singapore, Taiwan, Malaysia, Sri Lanka, Indonesia and the Philippines. At that time it set the record as the most profitable drama for MBC, which was later surpassed by Arang and the Magistrate in August 2012.[14][15] It was made available on Netflix in 2015 in the US,[16] later also in other territories.

Original soundtrackEdit

Moon Embracing the Sun:
Original Sound Track
Soundtrack album by
Various Artists
GenrePop, K-pop, soundtrack

Part 1Edit

Released January 11, 2012
1."The Moonlight is setting" (달빛이직)Heora3:40
2."The Moonlight is setting" (Inst.) 3:40
Total length:7:50

Part 2Edit

Released January 17, 2012
1."Back in Time" (시간을 거슬러)Lyn3:31
2."Back in Time" (Inst.) 3:31
Total length:7:52

Part 3Edit

Released January 26, 2012
1."Path of Tears" (눈뭄자)Wheesung3:50
2."Path of Tears" (Inst.) 3:50
Total length:8:18

Part 4Edit

Released February 9, 2012
1."Shadow" (그림자)Monday Kiz3:56
2."Shadow" (Inst.) 3:56
Total length:7:02

Part 5Edit

Released February 23, 2012
1."I hope It isn't" (아니기를)Lee Ki-chan3:47
2."I hope It isn't" 3:47
Total length:8:24

Part 6Edit

Released March 3, 2012
1."The One and Only you" (그대안사람)Kim Soo-hyun3:52
2."The Only and Only you" (Inst.) 3:52
Total length:7:44
Disc 2:
1."The Moon that embraces the sun (Opening Title)"Various Artists2:05
2."The Sorrow Song of Love"Various Artists2:40
3."Song of the moon"Various Artists1:45
4."Dance of butterflies"Various Artists2:15
5."The Morning of Palace"Various Artists2:32
6."Misty rain falls"Various Artists3:25
7."Hidden Court Room"Various Artists2:22
8."Long Love Wisp"Various Artists2:47
9."Two Suns And One Moon"Various Artists2:11
10."Markets Street"Various Artists1:56
11."Like petal,Like a flame"Various Artists4:06
12."Tears of the Sun"Various Artists2:27
13."Hidden Moon"Various Artists3:02
14."Spirit Appeasement Ceremony"Various Artists3:02
15."Black Magic"Various Artists1:46
16."Song of the Moon"Various Artists1:45
17."Assuage Grief Stone"Various Artists1:51
18."Vortex of Fate"Various Artists2:47
19."Revolt Plan"Various Artists3:24
20."Rebellion"Various Artists2:49
21."Bloody Precursor"Various Artists2:43
22."Flowery Moon"Various Artists2:49
23."Stick playing game"Various Artists3:11
24."Moonlight Mist"Various Artists 
25."Determination of the Sun"Various Artists3:20
26."Identity of Moon"Various Artists3:45
27."Pean of the Monarch"Various Artists2:13
28."The Sun embracing the Moon"Various Artists3:49


  • In this table, the blue numbers represent the lowest ratings and the red numbers represent the highest ratings.
  • According to AGB Nielsen Media Research, the premiere episode achieved a nationwide rating of 18 percent and by the third episode the series was ranked first with a nationwide rating of 23.2 percent in viewership, ahead of its rivals Take Care of Us, Captain on SBS and Wild Romance on KBS.[17] The series finale recorded its highest ratings with a viewership of 42.2 percent nationwide, and an average of 45.8 percent in the Seoul National Capital Area.[18]
Ep. Original broadcast date Average audience share
AGB Nielsen[19] TNmS
Nationwide Seoul Nationwide Seoul
1 January 4, 2012 18.0% 19.7% 15.0% 16.9%
2 January 5, 2012 19.9% 22.2% 17.3% 20.8%
3 January 11, 2012 23.2% 26.1% 19.4% 22.3%
4 January 12, 2012 23.4% 26.0% 20.6% 25.1%
5 January 18, 2012 24.9% 28.3% 21.6% 24.9%
6 January 19, 2012 29.3% 32.9% 25.9% 28.6%
7 January 25, 2012 29.7% 33.8% 25.5% 28.8%
8 January 26, 2012 31.7% 35.3% 26.2% 29.4%
9 February 1, 2012 34.5% 38.9% 28.4% 32.3%
10 February 2, 2012 37.1% 40.5% 30.5% 35.1%
11 February 8, 2012 37.1% 41.7% 34.3% 38.6%
12 February 9, 2012 37.1% 40.8% 33.7% 37.8%
13 February 15, 2012 38.4% 42.9% 34.6% 39.3%
14 February 16, 2012 37.6% 42.1% 37.2% 42.0%
15 February 22, 2012 39.1% 43.1% 37.7% 42.6%
16 February 23, 2012 41.3% 46.1% 39.8% 45.5%
17 February 29, 2012 36.0% 39.7% 33.3% 36.1%
18 March 1, 2012 41.2% 45.8% 40.7% 47.0%
19 March 14, 2012 38.7% 41.8% 38.9% 42.9%
20 March 15, 2012 42.2% 45.8% 42.3% 46.5%
Average 33.0% 36.7% 30.1% 34.1%
Special March 7, 2012 24.5% 26.9% 24.7% 26.0%
Special March 8, 2012 19.2% 20.1% 19.8% 21.7%
Ratings in the Philippines

It aired on GMA Network from August 13 to November 2, 2012, on weeknights at 5:45 PM PST. Each episode runs 45 minutes including commercial breaks. The entire series was dubbed in Filipino.

(5:45 PM PST)
12.5% 16.5% 18.5% No data [20][21][22]

Awards and nominationsEdit

Year Award Category Recipient Result Ref.
2012 48th Baeksang Arts Awards[23] Best Drama Moon Embracing the Sun Won
Best Director (TV) Kim Do-hoon & Lee Seong-jun Nominated
Best Actor (TV)[24] Kim Soo-hyun Won
Best New Actor (TV) Yeo Jin-goo Nominated
Best New Actress (TV) Kim Yoo-jung Nominated
Most Popular Actor (TV) Kim Soo-hyun Nominated
Jung Il-woo Nominated
Yeo Jin-goo Nominated
Yim Si-wan Nominated
Most Popular Actress (TV) Han Ga-in Nominated
Kim Yoo-jung Nominated
6th Mnet 20's Choice Awards 20's Drama Star – Male Kim Soo-hyun Won
Upcoming 20's Yeo Jin-goo Won
Kim Yoo-jung Nominated
39th Korea Broadcasting Prize Best Actor Kim Soo-hyun Won
18th Shanghai Television Festival
Magnolia Awards[25]
Silver Award for Best Foreign TV Series Moon Embracing the Sun Won
7th Seoul International Drama Awards Outstanding Korean Drama Nominated
Outstanding Korean Actor Kim Soo-hyun Nominated
Outstanding Korean Actress Han Ga-in Nominated
14th Mnet Asian Music Awards[26][27] Best Original Soundtrack Back in Time - Lyn Nominated
4th Pierson Movie Festival Best Child Actor Yeo Jin-goo Won
Best Child Actress Kim Yoo-jung Won
5th Korea Drama Awards Grand Prize Kim Soo-hyun Nominated
Best Drama Moon Embracing the Sun Nominated
Excellence Award, Actress Jeon Mi-seon Nominated
Best New Actor Yim Si-wan Nominated
Best Young Actor/Actress Kim Yoo-jung Nominated
Kim So-hyun Nominated
Yeo Jin-goo Nominated
Best Original Soundtrack Back in Time - Lyn Won
1st K-Drama Star Awards Top Excellence Award, Actress Han Ga-in Nominated
Excellence Award, Actor Kim Soo-hyun Won
Acting Award, Actress Jeon Mi-seon Nominated
Best Young Actress Kim Yoo-jung Won
25th Grimae Awards Best Achievement for a Production, Drama category Kim Sun-il, Jung Seung-woo Won
MBC Drama Awards Grand Prize Kim Soo-hyun Nominated
Han Ga-in Nominated
Drama of the Year Moon Embracing the Sun Won
Top Excellence Award, Actor in a Miniseries Kim Soo-hyun Won
Top Excellence Award, Actress in a Miniseries Han Ga-in Won
Excellence Award, Actor in a Miniseries Jung Il-woo Nominated
Golden Acting Award, Actor Kim Eung-soo Nominated
Jung Eun-pyo Nominated
Golden Acting Award, Actress Yang Mi-kyung Won
Jeon Mi-seon Nominated
Best New Actor Yim Si-wan Nominated
Best New Actress Kim Min-seo Nominated
Nam Bo-ra Nominated
Best Young Actor Yeo Jin-goo Won
Lee Min-ho Nominated
Best Young Actress Kim Yoo-jung Won
Kim So-hyun Won
Jin Ji-hee Nominated
Writer of the Year Jin Soo-wan Won
Popularity Award Kim Soo-hyun Won
Han Ga-in Nominated
Yeo Jin-goo Nominated
Jung Il-woo Nominated
Kim Yoo-jung Nominated
Kim So-hyun Nominated
Yim Si-wan Nominated
Best Couple Award Kim Soo-hyun & Han Ga-in Nominated
Kim Soo-hyun & Jung Eun-pyo Nominated
Yeo Jin-goo & Kim Yoo-jung Nominated
2013 46th WorldFest-Houston[28] Special Jury Award Moon Embracing the Sun Won

Musical theatreEdit

A stage musical adaptation was performed at the Seoul Arts Center from July 6 to 31, 2013, with succeeding runs in 2014.[29] Kim Da-hyun, Jeon Dong-seok and Cho Kyu-hyun alternated as Lee Hwon, and Jeon Mi-do, Ahn Shi-ha, Lina, Jung Jae-eun and Seohyun alternated as Yeon-woo.[30][31]


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